Land grabbers popularly known in the south-west Geographical region of Nigeria as Omo-Oniles or Ajagungbaale in some quarters have become a menace to prospecting landlords and homeowners over the years.
The troubles that emanate from the stables of omo-Oniles especially in Lagos and Ogun states can be life-threatening a times if care is not taken, little wonder Lagos state passed a law mid last year prohibiting forceful entry and illegal occupation of landed properties in the state.
Against this backdrop, Omo-oniles found erring will henceforth face 21-years jail term in Lagos state.
However how effective has this law been since its promulgation? Will other south-western state follow suit? In the event that the government fails to come to the rescue of the average man, how then can we guard against the menace of these Omo-oniles?
In this audio, MD/CEO, Realty Point Limited, ‘Debo Adejana talks about ways we can combat the menace of Omo-oniles.
Follow the link below to get useful tips on how to handle Omo-onile wahala