Nigeria: The human cost of a megacity: Forced evictions of the urban poor in Lagos, Nigeria
This report documents seven forced evictions of more than 30,000 residents of Ilubirin and Otodo-Gbame communities in Lagos State, Nigeria, between 19 March 2016 and 22 April 2017. These were carried out by state authorities in disregard of their obligations under international and domestic laws, and in direct violation of court orders. The forced evictions and related attacks resulted in injury, death, disappearance, massive destruction of property, homelessness, loss of livelihoods, separation of families, and children deprived of access to education.
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