Why Is Kanu's Hotel Sealed

 The State Government in Lagos has sealed the Hotel of the former Super Eagles Player. According to the Lagos State Environmental Protection Agency  who sealed the Hotel located at  the Hardley Apartments, on Victoria Island. The hotel was among other hotels and churches  sealed across the state on Monday over alleged air and noise pollution. 

However, the majority of owners of the properties sealed are Igbo speaking people. This action of Lagos State government had shown the reality of the threat to Igbo speaking people during the Election by APC leaders in Lagos State. No fewer than 30 facilities were shut in the areas, including Ketu, Ikorodu, Ibeju-Lekki, Victoria Island and Surulere.

According to LASEPA, in the last two to three years, we have been conducting surveys on religious Hotels, Churches and houses, and our findings revealed that 95 per cent of them do not have approval to operate in Lagos. Most houses and club houses do not have fiscal planning approval. Before you can build any hotel anywhere in the world, there must be an environmental impact assessment. Even most of the markets we have in Lagos State and  we also have people using trucks to sell their products with speakers to disturb the peace of Lagosians. Soon, we will tow as many trucks as possible to get them off the streets.
Shabi said the owner of the places sealed would sign an undertaking that they would comply with instructions meant to clean up the environment. After today, the enforcement unit will go round. Anyone that breaks the seal has violated the Lagos State law. We will then involve the Ministry of Justice, Shabi added. But, The Igbo speaking people have said that the action was a calculated attempt to punish those that did not vote APC in Lagos State.