The senior management and the Board of Directors of the Jabi Lake Mall Development Company have denied authorizing Naira Marley concert that took place in the outdoor parking last weekend, condemning the incident as disappointing.
Reports reaching us at Checkout Magazine has it that the board has frowned at the illegal action, clarifying that the event held against express instructions given to the property manager, Broll, not to host any special events without their consent, during this COVID -19 pandemic period.
A top source told THIS DAY the shareholders were shocked to learn that a middle-level employee of Broll Management Company, for unknown reasons ignored express directives and the laws and regulations of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
This employee, it was learnt, took the illegal decision to host the event on the property without informing their superiors at Broll, and the shareholders only found out about this concert after the fact via social media.
The source added that such action contradicts previous actions of shareholders, who have made special efforts during this COVID-19 pandemic period and donated to help support the building of isolation and treatment centres as well as in the education sector.
THISDAY further reports that the shareholders held an emergency meeting on Sunday and summoned the management company for a meeting on Monday.
“Depending on the outcome of the investigation, Broll is likely to be fired as property manager unless it dismisses all its staff that are involved and cooperates fully with the prosecution. Shareholders intend to cooperate fully with FCT in taking all legal actions against the event organizers and sponsors,” the source said.
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