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Lamaha Gardens residents vow to take legal action over the illegal sale of community playground – 10th Apr 2013

playgroundLamaha Gardens residents are giving the authorities two weeks to return to the playground or face legal action.

At a public meeting outside of the disputed site, residents were informed on the developments in the matter so far. Ronald Ali, Chairman of the Lamaha Gardens Committee said the land was sold illegally.

Claims were made that Co-operative Officer ,Abdul-Jabar had illegally sold the property to a businessman who is close to the Administration. Jabar was sent on administrative leave and was supposed to face the Public Service Commission, but he was fired Instead.

Lamaha Gardens residents said the land was designed for the purpose of recreation and vowed to take all possible actions to ensure it returns to the community.

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