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First Federation building’s bottom flat laced with oil, front door removed following ongoing dispute

first federation buildingThe ongoing dispute between the Government of Guyana and the tenants over the ownership of the age old First Federation building on King street took another twist some time Sunday, when persons  unknown so far removed the front door and laced the bottom flat of the building with waste oil.

The thick black substance was thrown all over the entrance of the business place leading up to the first floor of the building affecting work in the building, while the door was taken away.

Noah Yahshuarun, leader of the African Federation Trust who operates a business in the building was very out spoken on the matter.

Another  tenant of the building, Attorney-At-Law Saphier Hussein condemned the act and called on the authorities to look into the matter, since the ownership matter in the High Court has already been dismissed.

According to the tenants of the building, they plan to take the matter to the Caribbean Court of Justice.

The electricity and power were both disconnected from the building a while now.

The devious act of persons unknown was done just a corner away from the Brickdam Police Station.

The Police were called in to investigate the matter.

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