In the suit filed through their counsel, Advocate Law Practice, before the Lagos State High Court, the plaintiffs accused Nyong and his firm of “violating the layout of the Horizon Premier-1 Estate in Lekki by converting the children playground and an area reserved for recreation and greening to commercial use, without regard for comfort, safety and security of the estate residents.”
The homeowners also alleged that “rather than complete the estate and deliver it to subscribers, the developer had focused more on the commercial structure which has since commenced operations while basic facilities such as potable water are still lacking in the estate.”]]>
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