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Costal freeway: Landmark Beach refunds prospects after demolition

The administration of Landmark Resort Beach says it has initiated the refund course of for patrons impacted by the current demolition of parts of its properties by the Federal Government.

According to an announcement posted on its X account on Friday by Landmark Africa, the mother or father firm of Landmark Resort Beach, refunds are being facilitated by way of the Landmark Citizen App.

While acknowledging the endurance of their prospects, the administration suggested that completion of the refund course of could also be delayed because of the excessive variety of requests.

“Dear Landmark Citizens, we wish to guarantee you all that we’ve got began issuing refunds to those that requested a refund of their cash on the Landmark Citizen App.

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“Please be patient with us, due to the volume of requests, this process will take some time. Be rest assured that all refund requests will be processed,” the assertion learn.

A portion of Landmark Beach on Victoria Island, Lagos, was demolished on Monday to accommodate the Lagos-Calabar coastal freeway.

Minister of Works, David Umahi has defended the demolition, citing that the Landmark centre encroached upon the Federal Government’s right-of-way.

The Breeze Beach Club, Mami Chula and different seashore companies have been additionally demolished in the course of.

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