A netizan has taken to social media to expose the deplorable state of the Ebonyi State Government House located in Lagos.
The images shared online depict a distressing scene of dilapidation and neglect, shedding light on the dire conditions of a crucial government facility.
The post has rapidly gained traction, eliciting a wave of public outrage and raising pertinent questions about the responsible authorities’ commitment to upholding infrastructure standards.
The images shared by the Fabebook Uaer showcase crumbling walls, broken windows, and overgrown vegetation within the premises of the Ebonyi State Government House in Lagos.
Social media platforms have been flooded with comments expressing disappointment and frustration, with many users demanding immediate action to address the issue.
See comments below:
“Even Ebonyi house in Ikeja Lagos, this one is more beautiful to compelled with that one.
“Ebonyi house in Ikeja is worst than this one”
“Yes I went there last year to collect my state of origin certificate this is exactly how the place look like I wondered whether those working there are not ashamed of themselves and they will be expecting people from the state to be happy seeing it like that if they come there for one thing or the other, that lady there as their chairman is not trying at all I feel very shameful after I want there and the estate that this office is, is the highest estate in lkoyi Lagos (osebon)estate the security in the estate can even scared you to go back bt see what they are doing there.”
“This place should be closed down as there is no official matters to be handled in Lagos that should warrant such expenses from Ebonyi state government.
Lagos state doesn’t have a liaison office in Abakaliki so I see no reason so should.
The cost of running that office should be channelled to other important things.”
“It’s a pity…
From the look of things, it seems that for the past 8 years of Umahi, that not nothing new has entered that place or even maintain the already existing properties.”
“A plot in Ikoyi worth more than 2 billion. You just reminded politicians the next property to sell to themselves at auction price.”
“The past Government is to blamed for this.
It’s still early to blame the new Government. But am sure with this post, they will do something about it.