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Lagos Landlord Sets A Pharmaceutical Outlet Ablaze

Lagos Landlord

Lagos Landlord has set a Pharmaceutical Outlet Ablaze In Lagos

A pharmacist has lost millions after her landlord razed her entire Pharmaceutical outlet at midnight.

The Landlord identified as Okechukwu John Nwaimo reportedly razed the Pharmacy in Lekki Phase 2 Estate, Lagos.

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Wellness Healthcare learned about this Incident from a post available on Instablog9ja.

Nwaimo had accused the Pharmacist of poisoning his cups and pillows. The allegations led to a misunderstanding between the tenant and landlord.

The Pharmacist was heard in the video refuting the allegations. She also advised the landlord to speak with his security officials.

Meanwhile, reports reaching us confirm that the landlord had reported the incident to the police.

He told the police to have her vacate the premises. However, they gave the condition that he returns the six-million-naira rent paid for two years.

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After the accusation, the Pharmacist filed a case against the landlord as well.

A source said that on February 1, the Pharmacist was told by 1 am that her shop had been razed down.

Upon inspection, they found some evidence suggesting the landlord broke into the shop to destroy her goods.

The landlord has been on the run since the fire incident.

See the full post culled from Instablog9ja below:

“He came earlier that day to accuse the victim of entering his compound claiming she could poison him. She refuted his allegations but prior to this incident, he had written a petition against her claiming she poisoned his cup, spoons and pillow.

“He approached the police for them to throw her out but they requested that he refunds the N6m rent —for 2 years— she paid. The victim has only spent 3 months using his space and he has made life unbearable for her.

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“Fast forward to Monday, February 1, when he accused her of entering his compound, she told him she wasn’t a security officer and didn’t know anything about his claims. She wrote a petition against him only for her to receive a call around 1 a.m that her pharmacy was on fi/re. Neighbours speculated he must have broken into her shop to commit the act as the window protector was bent upon inspection.

“She called the fire service but unfortunately the entire shop and her goods had been razed down before they arrived. The police from the Ogombo division were invited but Okechukwu was nowhere to be found. The police informed her that 2 years ago, he had accused a tenant of poisoning his water.”

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