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Petition to National Buman Rights Commission
Submitteu 26 Septembei 2u1S









Social anu Economic Rights Action Centei
Plot 7S8, Chief Thomas Aueboye Biive
0mole Phase 2, Isheii, Lagos
Tel: +2S4.1.764.6299
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Lagos Naiginalizeu Communities Foium
9 0nuo Stieet
Ebute Netta (West), Lagos
Tel: +2S4.8u2.67S.4S74
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Septembei 26, 2u1S
Piof. Bem Angwe
Executive Secietaiy
National Buman Rights Commission
9 Aguiyi Iionsi Stieet
Naitama - Abuja, Feueial Capital Teiiitoiy

Beai Piof. Angwe:
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We wiite iegaiuing the }uly 16-21 2u1S uemolition anu foiceu eviction of the NakokoIwaya
Wateifiont community in the Yaba Local uoveinment Aiea of Lagos State. The Social anu
Economic Rights Action Centei (SERAC) stanus as Counsel of iecoiu to membeis of the
NakokoIwaya community. The Lagos Naiginalizeu Communities Foium (LANC0F0R) is a
membeiship oiganization compiiseu of communities living in infoimal settlements acioss
Lagos, incluuing NakokoIwaya wateifiont community. We have been instiucteu to file a
petition to the National Buman Rights Commission (NBRC) to seek an investigation into anu
aujuuication of the actual anu thieateneu violation of thousanus of NakokoIwaya Wateifiont
iesiuents' funuamental anu human iights incluuing the iight to housing oi sheltei, the iight to
acquiie anu own piopeity, the iight to life, the iight to uue piocess, the iight to piivate anu
family life, the iight to livelihoou, anu the iight to euucation.

Please finu below a petition that SERAC anu LANC0F0R uevelopeu in collaboiation with the
NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community. The petition is compiiseu of seveial components, an
intiouuction, a statement of the facts of the foiceu eviction, two issues foi ueteimination,
submissions on each of the claimeu iights violations, anu suppoiting uocuments' E/FG$H$#I' J=?
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Thank you foi youi uigent attention to this impoitant mattei.

Sinceiely,

Anuiew Naki Nusbau Agbouemu
Staff Attoiney, SERAC Secietaiy, LANC0F0R
anuiew.mseiac.oig slumuwellei.agbouemugmail.com
u81u.429.7u6u (mobile) u8u2.67S.4S74 (mobile)
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CC: NakokoIwaya Wateifiont Community
Chiui 0uinkalu, Chaiiman NBRC
Tony 0jukwu, Biiectoi of Piotection anu Investigation, NBRC
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Lagos Naiginalizeu Communities Foium (LANC0F0R)
26 Septembei 2u1S
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1.1 0n }uly 16-21 2u1S the Lagos State uoveinment foicibly evicteu ovei 4,uS7 iesiuents of
the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community in the Yaba Local uoveinment Aiea of Lagos
State. The Social anu Economic Rights Action Centei (SERAC) stanus as Counsel of
iecoiu to membeis of the NakokoIwaya community. The Lagos Naiginalizeu
Communities Foium (LANC0F0R) is a membeiship oiganization compiiseu of
communities living in infoimal settlements acioss Lagos, incluuing NakokoIwaya
wateifiont community. We have been instiucteu to file a petition to the National Buman
Rights Commission (NBRC) to seek an investigation into anu aujuuication of the actual
anu thieateneu violation of thousanus of NakokoIwaya Wateifiont iesiuents'
funuamental anu human iights incluuing the iight to housing oi sheltei, the iight to
acquiie anu own piopeity, the iight to uue piocess, iight to life, the iight to piivate anu
family life, the iight to livelihoou, anu the iight to euucation.
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2.1 The NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community is maue up of appioximately 2uu,uuu
peisons, piimaiily of the Egun, Ilaje, Ijaw, anu Yoiuba tiibes who coexist anu coopeiate
in theii social anu economic activities uespite ethnic anu ieligious uiveisity. The
community was founueu in its piesent location, built on the wateis anu shoies of the
Lagos Lagoon well ovei a centuiy ago anu have watcheu the Lagos metiopolis giow up
aiounu it. Its main economic activities aie fishing, fish smoking, anu a wateifiont timbei
inuustiy, so that both its subsistence anu the tiauitional way of life uepenu on watei.

2.2 0n }uly 1S, 2u12, a Notice fiom the Lagos State Commissionei of Wateifiont
Infiastiuctuie Bevelopment was ueliveieu at ianuom to a few community membeis. The
Notice was uateu }uly 12, 2u12 anu infoimeu the "0wnei0ccupiei" of the
NakokoIwaya Wateifiont of the Lagos State uoveinment's uecision to "cleai all illegal
anu unauthoiizeu uevelopments on its wateifiont anu watei bouies." It theiefoie
puipoiteu to give "notice. to vacate anu iemove all illegal anu unauthoiizeu
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uevelopments along the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont within 72 Bouis of ieceipt of this
notice." The notice uiu not name paiticulai peisons, auuiesses oi aieas of the
NakokoIwaya Wateifiont noi uiu it cite any law as the basis foi the notice oi accoiuing
to which one coulu ueteimine which "uevelopments" weie "illegal." Q%%'FRS)T)*'A.

2.S With no fuithei piocess, the violent uemolition exeicise commenceu on the moining of
}uly 16, 2u12, when iepiesentatives of the Ninistiy of Wateifiont Infiastiuctuie
Bevelopment, membeis of the Lagos State Kick Against Inuiscipline (KAI) Biigaue, anu
heavily aimeu policemen stoimeu the community by boat. They useu chainsaws anu
othei equipment to uemolish homes, business places anu community stiuctuies built of
stilts ovei the Lagos Lagoon. Resiuents, who hau nowheie else to go, fell into the watei
with theii possessions anu the uebiis fiom theii houses, suffeiing injuiy anu loss of
piopeity. The uemolition continueu until }uly 21, 2u12, ultimately uisplacing thousanus
of people, incluuing chiluien, women anu elueily, who weie foiceu to live in canoes.
Nany othei community membeis weie affecteu by uisiuptions to theii livelihoous anu
way of life anu continue to feai fuithei uemolitions that have been thieateneu. Q%%'
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2.4 The uemolition exeicise was accompanieu by acts of violence anu intimiuation by
membeis of the Lagos State Kick Against Inuiscipline (KAI) Biigaue anu heavily aimeu
policemen. Seveial men weie aiiesteu anu uetaineu without chaige. In the woist
inciuent, on }uly 21, 2u12, an unaimeu fisheiman anu community leauei, Ni. Timothy
Azinkpono Bunkpoyanwa, was fatally shot in the stomach by Police Coipoial Boma
Pepple. Q%%'FRS)T)*U'J8:JO, photos of Ni. Timothy Azinkpono Bunkpoyanwa's wounus
as well as his ceitificate of ueath.

2.S Buiing anu since the }uly 16-21, 2u12 uemolitions, the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont
community leaueis have tiieu to engage with the uoveinment of Lagos State, the
uoveinoi of Lagos State, anu the Lagos State Ninistiy of Wateifiont Infiastiuctuie
Bevelopment, among otheis, to finu a way of saving theii community. Thiough the
couise of negotiations, the community membeis have ieceiveu mixeu messages that
leave them feaiful foi the futuie. They weie fiist tuineu away by the Commissionei of
Wateifiont Infiastiuctuie Bevelopment when they came to his Ninistiy while
uemolitions weie ongoing. Subsequently, aftei a community-leu peaceful piotest, meuia
coveiage, anu huge inteinational outciy ovei the uemolitions, they ieceiveu an apology
fiom the uoveinoi of Lagos State anu inuications that ceitain membeis of the
uoveinment of Lagos State might be willing to collaboiate with them to unueitake $&'I$#;'
uevelopment in theii community. Bowevei, membeis of the uoveinment of Lagos State
have iefuseu to let meetings pioceeu when iepiesentatives of the NakokoIwaya
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2.6 Fuithei, in an 0ctobei Su, 2u12 meeting between community leaueis anu Lagos State
uoveinment's iepiesentatives, the thieat of futuie uemolitions was explicitly ieneweu
by Bayo Suleiman, who is a Supeiintenuent of Police anu puipoits to be the Chaiiman of
the Lagos State Enviionmental anu Special 0ffences (Enfoicement) 0nit anu the Lagos
State Task Foice on Enviionmental anu Special 0ffenses. Be infoimeu those at the
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meeting that the Lagos State uoveinment hau ueciueu to pioceeu with uemolitions of
the community. Repiesentatives of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community have
eveiy ieason to feai such thieats will tuin to uevastating action at any point, especially
wheie theii community has on seveial occasions in the past suffeieu uemolitions
oiueieu anuoi caiiieu out by the Kick Against Inuiscipline (KAI) Biigaue, the Lagos
State Enviionmental anu Special 0ffenses (Enfoicement) 0nit, anu the Lagos State Task
Foice on Enviionmental anu Special 0ffenses.

2.7 Accoiuingly, iepiesentatives of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community now
appioach the National Buman Rights Commission seeking ueteimination of the issues
laiu out below, baseu on which they piay foi ieliefs incluuing ceitain ueclaiations, an
injunction against futuie unlawful uemolitions, compensation foi membeis of the family
of the Late Ni. Bunkpoyanwa, anu geneial compensation to the community membeis
who have been uisplaceu anu suffeieu so many haims that amount to violations of theii
funuamental iights.
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4.1 We submit that the }uly 16-21, 2u12 uemolitions of homes in the NakokoIwaya
Wateifiont Community violates theii 2$3#&'&4'5607/5&0'#4/*$83'42'*#09&02 that ueiives
fiom Aiticle 11.1 of the ICESCR, Aiticles 14, 16, 18 of the Afiican Chaitei (as
uomesticateu), anu the 1999 Constitution of Nigeiia (as amenueu).

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4.2 Aiticle 11.1 of the ICESCR states that all paities to the ICESCR must "iecognize the iight
of eveiyone to an auequate stanuaiu of living foi himself anu his family, incluuing
auequate foou, clothing anu housing, anu to the continuous impiovement of living
conuitions. The States Paities will take appiopiiate steps to ensuie the iealization of this
iight, iecognizing to this effect the essential impoitance of inteinational co-opeiation
baseu on fiee consent."

4.S The 0N Committee on Economic, Social anu Cultuial Rights, the bouy of inuepenuent
expeits establisheu to inteipiet the ICESCR anu monitoi state paities compliance, has
fuithei elaboiateu the noimative contents of the iight to auequate housing. The
Committee pioviues authoiitative inteipietation of the content of the iight to auequate
housing anu the obligations of states in ueneial Comment 4 (on the iight to auequate
housing) anu ueneial Comment 7 (on foiceu evictions). Accoiuing to ueneial Comment
4 (1S Becembei 1991, paia. 7),

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4.4 In :!;(<' =>' ?$302$5, A"556+)$.*)"+' 8ZZ0[9, the Afiican Commission on Buman anu
Peoples' Rights ielieu on Aiticles 14, 16, anu 18(1) of the Afiican Chaitei in finuing
Nigeiian uoveinment in violation of the iight to sheltei oi housing of the 0goni
community. These aiticles of the Afiican Chaitei have been uomesticateu into Nigeiian
law in theii own iight anu also infoim the inteipietation of similai iights guaianteeu in
the Nigeiian Constitution. Aiticle 14, uiscusseu above, guaiantees the iight to piopeity.
Aiticle 16 guaiantees the "iight to enjoy the best attainable state of physical anu mental
health," which has been founu by the Afiican Commission to contain, by implications, the
basic socioeconomic iights to watei anu foou that aie necessaiy to achieve health.
Aiticle 18(1), meanwhile, pioviues piotections foi the family: "The family shall be the
natuial unit anu basis of society. It shall be piotecteu by the State."

4.S The Afiican Commission has founu that the combineu effect of Aiticles 14, 16, anu 18,
ieau togethei, "foibius the wanton uestiuction of sheltei because when housing is
uestioyeu, piopeity, health, anu family life aie auveisely affecteu." Baseu on this
ieasoning, the Commission founu the Nigeiian uoveinment's uemolitions in the 0goni
community to constitute a violation of the community's iights to sheltei oi housing.

4.6 The existence of a iight to sheltei oi housing also finus ample suppoit in the Nigeiian
Constitution. The Nigeiian Constitution contains the same funuamental iights fiom
which the iight to sheltei oi housing ueiives, to wit the iights to piopeity containeu in
Sections 4S anu 44 the iight to home anu piivate life in Section S7. These iights can be
ieau in light of Chaptei II, Section 14(2)(u) of the Constitution, which states that the
uoveinment shall uiiect its policies towaiu the piovision of suitable anu auequate
sheltei.
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4.7 The 0N Committee on Economic, Social anu Cultuial Rights uefines a @42A06'0=$A&$48 as
"the peimanent oi tempoiaiy iemoval against theii will of inuiviuuals, families anuoi
communities fiom the homes anuoi lanu which they occupy, without the piovision of,
anu access to, appiopiiate foims of legal oi othei piotection" (0N Committee on ESCR,
ueneial Comment No. 7, paia. S (Sixteenth session, 2u Nay 1997), E199822, Annex
Iv).

4.8 The Committee has emphasizeu that evictions may only be caiiieu out as a last iesoit
anu only aftei all feasible alteinatives to eviction have been exploieu in genuine
consultation with the affecteu people. It has claiifieu that evictions can only be caiiieu
out when appiopiiate pioceuuial piotections aie in place. These incluue:
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an oppoitunity foi genuine consultation with those affecteu;
auequate anu ieasonable notice foi affecteu people piioi to the eviction
infoimation on the pioposeu evictions anu, wheie applicable, on the
alteinative puipose foi which the lanu oi housing is to be useu, to be maue
available in ieasonable time to all those affecteu;
goveinment officials oi theii iepiesentatives to be piesent uuiing an eviction;
eveiyone involveu in caiiying out the eviction be piopeily iuentifieu;
evictions not to take place in paiticulaily bau weathei oi at night unless the
affecteu people consent otheiwise;
piovision of legal iemeuies;
piovision, wheie possible, of legal aiu to people who aie in neeu of it to seek
ieuiess fiom the couits;
piovision of auequate alteinative housing to those who cannot pioviue foi
themselves; anu
compensation foi all losses.

4.9 The eviction of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont Community that took place on Naich 14-
16 2u12 constitutes a foiceu eviction because none of the above pioceuuial piotections
weie in place.
a. The Lagos State uoveinment uiu not consult with the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont
Community piioi to aiiiving with chain saws to commence the uemolition on }uly
16, 2u12. No infoimation about the uemolition was maue publicly available to the

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Nigeiia," Amnesty Inteinational anu Social anu Economic Rights Action Centei (0K: August, 2u1S).
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community at laige. Rathei, on }uly 1S, 2u12, a notice fiom the Lagos State
Commissionei of Wateifiont Infiastiuctuie Bevelopment was ueliveieu at
ianuom to only a few community membeis. The notice uiu not name paiticulai
peisons, auuiesses oi aieas of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont that shoulu be
cleaieu, noi uiu it cite any law as the basis foi the uoveinment's uecision oi
accoiuing to which one coulu ueteimine which "uevelopments" weie "illegal."
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b. The Lagos State uoveinment pioviueu the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont
Community with no oppoitunity to uiscein the uoveinment's intentions, oi to
unueistanu the legal basis foi theii penuing actions. Inueeu, with no fuithei
piocess, the violent uemolition exeicise commenceu on the moining of }uly 16,
2u12 - a meie S uays aftei the notice uocument was pioviueu to a few
community membeis - when iepiesentatives of the Ninistiy of Wateifiont
Infiastiuctuie Bevelopment, membeis of the Lagos State Kick Against
Inuiscipline (KAI) Biigaue anu the Lagos State Task Foice on Enviionmental anu
Special 0ffences, anu heavily aimeu policemen stoimeu the community by boat.

c. The piocess of the eviction itself was fiaught with pioblems. Thousanus of
affecteu peisons weie unable to iescue theii valuable belongings befoie theii
stiuctuies weie uemolisheu, collapsing into the Lagos Lagoon. Resiuents, who
hau nowheie else to go, fell into the watei with theii possessions anu the uebiis
fiom theii houses, suffeiing injuiy anu loss of piopeity. Accoiuing to the Lagos
State Commissionei of Police, many of the police officeis assisting in the
uemolition weie acting illegally - beyonu the scope of theii official capacities, as
hiieu aimeu peisonnel abusing theii authoiity (U%%' FRS)T)*' F;). To uate, no
police officeis have been piopeily oi auequately biought to justice foi theii
actions, unueiscoiing the Lagos State uoveinment's conuoning of such extia-
legal actions.

u. The Lagos State uoveinment pioviueu no legal iemeuies foi the affecteu peisons.
No infoimation was officially, publicly uisseminateu to the NakokoIwaya
Wateifiont community befoie the uemolition commenceu, oi at any point
theieaftei. No oppoitunities to be heaiu oi to challenge the legality of the Lagos
State uoveinment's actions weie affoiueu. When, aftei the uemolition
commenceu, the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont Community attempteu to convene
meetings with the Lagos State uoveinment with theii legal iepiesentatives,
SERAC (acting as Counsel of Recoiu to the community), the Lagos State
uoveinment uiu not allow the community's legal iepiesentatives to entei the
meeting - fuithei eviuence the Lagos State uoveinment actively pieventeu
affecteu peisons fiom accessing legal aiu anu legal iecouise in iesponse to the
uemolition of theii community.

e. To uate, no compensation has been paiu to any of the affecteu peisons, noi has
any alteinative housing been pioviueu to those who lost theii homes. Insteau,
many inuiviuuals who lost theii homes uuiing the uemolition weie ienueieu
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homeless as a iesult of the actions of the Lagos State uoveinment. Noieovei, no
business owneis weie compensateu foi the loss of theii stiuctuies anu
piopeities.

4.1u We iespectfully uige the National Buman Rights Commission to finu that the uemolition
of homes anu businesses on Naich 14-16, Su1S by the Lagos State uoveinment
constitutes a foiceu eviction, as uefineu unuei inteinational law, anu consequently a
violation of the iight to housing anu sheltei.


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S.1 As uetaileu above, the }uly 16-21, 2u12 uemolitions iesulteu in at least one killing, the
uiowning of at least one chilu anu countless injuiies to iesiuents of the NakokoIwaya
Wateifiont community. In the couise of the uemolitions, at least nine peisons weie
unlawfully aiiesteu anu uetaineu without chaige. Fuithei, they iesulteu in the
uestiuction anu loss of valuable piopeity of thousanus of iesiuents who weie
simultaneously ienueieu homeless anu left to live in open canoes oi on the stieets,
without any uue piocess of law. The 0ctobei S1, 2u12 thieat of fuithei uemolitions
leave the iemainuei of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community - numbeiing up to
2uu,uuu in total - justifiably afiaiu that they will suffei the same fate as theii
neighbouis. Neanwhile, past anu futuie uemolitions thieaten the livelihoous anu way of
life of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community.

S.2 We iespectfully submit that these facts amount to numeious violations of the
NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community iesiuents' funuamental anu human iights
guaianteeu unuei the 1999 Constitution, the Afiican Chaitei of Buman anu Peoples'
Rights (as uomesticateu), the Inteinational Covenant on Economic, Social anu Cultuial
Rights, anu the Inteinational Covenant on Civil anu Political Rights.

S.S We now auuiess each funuamental iights violation in tuin, auuiessing piimaiily the
violations that alieauy occuiieu in the couise of the }uly 16-21, 2u12 uemolitions. It
stanus to ieason, howevei, that the thieat of fuithei uemolitions in the community
foieshauoweu by Bayo Suleiman anu the }uly 12, 2u12 Notice fiom the Lagos State
Ninistiy of Wateifiont Infiastiuctuie Bevelopment also leaves the NakokoIwaya
Wateifiont community ieasonably feaiing that fuithei funuamental iights violations in
the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community coulu iesult at any time. They iespectfully
appioach the National Buman Rights Commission foi ieuiess by way of ueclaiatoiy anu
equitable ieliefs.

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S.4 We submit that the unjustifieu killing of Ni. Timothy Azinkpono Bunkpoyanwa, an
unaimeu iesiuent of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community, by a gunshot to the
stomach fiieu by Police Coipoial Boma Pepple is a violation of the iight to life enshiineu
in Section SS(1) of the 1999 Constitution, which ieaus:
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/0"+7' R"+I%&' G*I' *' +$)G#' #%' B$1"<' *&,' &%' %&"' IG*BB' H"' ,"R+$0",'
$&#"&#$%&*BB7'%1'G$I'B$1"<'I*0"'$&'"F".;#$%&'%1'#G"'I"&#"&."'%1'*'.%;+#'$&'
+"IR".#'%1'*'.+$:$&*B'%11"&."'*#'6G$.G'G"'G*I'H""&'1%;&,');$B#7LLL'

S.S Although Section SS(2) lists a numbei of exceptions that woulu justify an extiajuuicial
killing so that it woulu not constitute a violation of Section SS(1), the gunshot fiieu by
Police Coipoial Boma Pepple fits into none. Eviuence shows that he fiieu an unpiovokeu
gunshot at an unaimeu iesiuent of the community who was on a piopeity that his family
useu foi theii fishing business. This gunshot to the abuomen leu uiiectly anu in shoit time
to the ueath of Ni. Bunkpoyanwa. Q%%'FRS)T)*U'J8:JOP

S.6 Fuithei, the iight to life has been helu to incluue an implicit iight to livelihoou (see full
analysis of iight to livelihoou violations below). The killing of Ni. Bunkpoyanwa uepiiveu
his family of theii piimaiy bieauwinnei, theieby constituting a uistinct violation of theii
iight to livelihoou.

S.7 The iight to life is bioauly piotecteu unuei inteinational law, incluuing unuei Aiticle 4
of the Afiican Chaitei, anu Aiticle 6 of the ICCPR, among otheis. Aiticle 4 of the Afiican
Chaitei states:

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B$1"'*&,'#G"'$&#")+$#7'%1'G$I'R"+I%&L'O%'%&"':*7'H"'*+H$#+*+$B7',"R+$0",'%1'#G$I'+$)G#L'

Aiticle 6(1) of the ICCPR states:

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B*6L'O%'%&"'IG*BB'H"'*+H$#+*+$B7',"R+$0",'%1'G$I'B$1"L'

S.8. Accoiuingly, we submit that the killing of Ni. Bunkpoyanwa violateu the iight to life as
guaianteeu in Section SS of the 1999 Constitution, Aiticle 4 of the Afiican Chaitei, anu
Aiticle 6(1) of the ICCPR, anu is theiefoie actionable by his suiviving family. We
iespectfully uige the Buman Rights Commission to so holu.

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S.9 In the couise of the uemolition exeicise, many iesiuents of the NakokoIwaya
Wateifiont community weie haiasseu, maimeu, beaten by the uemolition squau without
justification. The uemolition was caiiieu out by the Lagos State Ninistiy of wateifiont
anu Infiastiuctuial Bevelopment accompanieu by aimeu police anu Lagos State
uemolition squau. They came in boats while the uemolition squau was aimeu with
chainsaws anu hammeis.

S.1u We submit that such acts of violence anu intimiuation amount to violations of the iight
to uignity of the peison enshiineu in Section S4(1) of the Constitution, which ieaus in
peitinent pait:
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/0"+7' $&,$0$,;*B' $I' "&#$#B",' #%' +"IR".#' 1%+' #G"' ,$)&$#7' %1' #G"' R"+I%&<' *&,'
*..%+,$&)B7'['E*K'&%'R"+I%&'IG*BB'H"'I;H\".#",'#%'#%+#;+"'%+'#%'$&G;:*&'*&,'
,")+*,$&)'#+"*#:"&#L'

As well as Aiticle S of the Afiican Chaitei, which states:

/0"+7'$&,$0$,;*B'IG*BB'G*0"'#G"'+$)G#'#%'#G"'+"IR".#'%1'#G"',$)&$#7'$&G"+"&#'$&'*'
G;:*&'H"$&)'*&,'#%'#G"'+".%)&$#$%&'%1'G$I'B")*B'I#*#;IL'JBB'1%+:I'%1'"FRB%$#*#$%&'*&,'
,")+*,*#$%&'%1':*&'R*+#$.;B*+B7'IB*0"+7<'IB*0"'#+*,"<'#%+#;+"<'.+;"B<'$&G;:*&'%+'
,")+*,$&)'R;&$IG:"&#'*&,'#+"*#:"&#'IG*BB'H"'R+%G$H$#",L'

As well as Aiticle 1u(1) of the ICCPR, which states:
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1%+'#G"'$&G"+"&#',$)&$#7'%1'#G"'G;:*&'R"+I%&L'

S.11 In the case of (9$F/' .%25#$E' =' M#0' <4EE$**$4802' 4@' N49$A0 |2uu7j Suit No.
CAA11SuS, in which police enteieu the Applicant's house anu uiaggeu him out,
causing him injuiy anu iipping his cloths, the Couit of Appeals founu these acts
amounteu to violations of this poition of Section S4(1), ieasoning as follows:

]&.G*BB"&)",' *11$,*0$#' "0$,"&."' #G*#' #G"' *RR"BB*&#' 6*I' G*+*II",' *&,'
$&#$:$,*#",'*&,'1%+."1;BB7',+*))",'%;#'%1'G$I'G%;I"'*+"'*.#I'#G*#'*:%;&#'#%'
$&G;:*&' #+"*#:"&#L' QG"' *RR"BB*&#' 6*I' I;H\".#",' #%' $&G;:*&' #+"*#:"&#' *#'
#G"' G*&,I' %1' #G"' +"IR%&,"&#4*)"&#IL' 5#' 6*I' ,")+*,$&)' #+"*#:"&#' .B"*+B7'
.%&#+*+7'#%'#G"'R+%0$I$%&I'%1'M".#$%&'D^E*K'%1'#G"'9%&I#$#;#$%&L'

S.12 We submit that the countless acts of haiassment anu beatings suffeieu by iesiuents of
the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community in the couise of the uemolition of theii
homes, business places anu community facilities aie at least as seveie as those uesciibeu
above. Fuithei, the suffeiing, uisplacement anu homelessness associateu with foiceu
evictions such as these is itself geneially founu to constitute ciuel, inhuman anu
uegiauing tieatment in violation of the iight to uignity enshiineu in the 1999
Constitution. Inueeu, the Chaiiman of the National Buman Rights Commission founu as
much in his public statement about the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont uemolitions (U%%'
FRS)T)*U'F8:FZ).

S.1S Accoiuingly, we submit that the uemolition along with the attenuant ciuelty meteu upon
the iesiuents of the NakokoIwaya wateifiont community by the uemolition squau anu
othei Lagos State officials amount to violations of Section S4(1)(a) of the Constitution, as
well as Aiticle S of the Afiican Chaitei, anu Aiticle 1u of the ICCPR. We iespectfully uige
the National Buman Rights Commission to so holu.



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S.14 0n }uly 21, 2u12, the final uay of the uemolitions in the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont
community, at least nine iesiuents weie aiiesteu anu uetaineu without any justification.
They weie only ieleaseu foui uays latei, on Tuesuay, }uly 24, 2u12, without evei being
chaigeu. Those unlawfully uetaineu incluue: Afonse Lateef, Wasiu Banhuto, Senue
Banhuto, }acklyn Banhuto, Benua Ahonlonsu, Ezekiel Bungevu, Bunge Bana, Bunge
Baitholomew anu Bunge }eiemy.

S.1S We submit that these unlawful aiiests anu uetentions constitute violations of the iight
to libeity enshiineu in Section SS(1) of the Constitution, which ieaus:

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,"R+$0",'%1'I;.G'B$H"+#7'I*0"'$&'#G"'1%BB%6$&)'.*I"I'*&,'$&'*..%+,*&."'6$#G'*'
R+%.",;+"'R"+:$##",'*#'B*6_'
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As well as Aiticle 6 of the Afiican Chaitei, which states:

/0"+7'$&,$0$,;*B'IG*BB'G*0"'#G"'+$)G#'#%'B$H"+#7'*&,'#%'#G"'I".;+$#7'%1'G$I'R"+I%&L'O%'
%&"':*7'H"',"R+$0",'%1'G$I'1+"",%:'"F."R#'1%+'+"*I%&I'*&,'.%&,$#$%&I'R+"0$%;IB7'
B*$,',%6&'H7'B*6L'5&'R*+#$.;B*+<'&%'%&"':*7'H"'*+H$#+*+$B7'*++"I#",'%+',"#*$&",L' '

As well as Aiticle 9(1) of the ICCPR, which states:

/0"+7%&"'G*I'#G"'+$)G#'#%'B$H"+#7'*&,'I".;+$#7'%1'R"+I%&L'O%'%&"'IG*BB'H"'I;H\".#",'#%'
*+H$#+*+7'*++"I#'%+',"#"&#$%&L'O%'%&"'IG*BB'H"',"R+$0",'%1'G$I'B$H"+#7'"F."R#'%&'I;.G'
)+%;&,I'*&,'$&'*..%+,*&."'6$#G'I;.G'R+%.",;+"'*I'*+"'"I#*HB$IG",'H7'B*6L'

S.16 Theie is no eviuence that the aiiests anu uetentions caiiieu out in the couise of the
NakokoIwaya Wateifiont uemolitions weie in accoiuance with any pioceuuie
peimitteu at law as elaboiateu in Section SS(1)(a)-(c) of the Constitution, oi any othei
law in foice in Nigeiia. Noieovei, at the time of the aiiest, none of the above-nameu
inuiviuuals weie piomptly infoimeu of the ieason foi theii aiiest oi the chaiges against
them, noi weie theie piomptly biought befoie a juuge, which constitutes a cleai
violation of Aiticle 9(2)-(S) of the ICCPR.

S.17 Accoiuingly, we iespectfully uige the National Buman Rights Commission to holu that
they amount to aibitiaiy aiiest anu uetention anu violate the funuamental iight to
libeity guaianteeu in Section SS(1) of the Constitution, Aiticle 6 of the Afiican Chaitei,
anu Aiticle 9(1) of the ICCPR.
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S.18 In the couise of the }uly 16-21, 2u12 uemolition, thousanus of peisons weie affecteu
thiough loss of theii homes, business places anu community stiuctuies maue of woous
anu zinc. These stiuctuies weie uemolisheu with chain saws anu othei tools, ienueiing
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them lost in value foi theii owneis. Bue to the nonexistent notice, many also lost
valuable belongings that weie insiue the stiuctuies.

S.19 We submit that the uemolition of homes, business piemises, anu community facilities,
causing laige-scale loss of piopeity without uue piocess, any compensation oi a
uemonstiateu public neeu, is a violation of the constitutional iight to acquiie anu own
both movable anu immovable piopeity anu the piotections guaianteeu unuei Sections
4S & 44(1) (a & b) of the Constitution anu Aiticles 14 & 21 of the Afiican Chaitei.

S.2u We fuithei submit that the foiceu acquisition anu uemolition of homes, business
piemises, anu community facilities, causing laige-scale loss of piopeity without uue
piocess, auequate compensation oi a uemonstiateu public neeu, is a violation of the
constitutional iight to acquiie anu own both movable anu immovable piopeity
guaianteeu unuei Sections 4S & 44(1) (a & b) of the 1999 Constitution anu the human
iights guaianteeu by Aiticles 14 & 21 of the Afiican Chaitei, among othei inteinational
instiuments to which Nigeiia is paity.

S.21 The Nigeiian Constitution guaiantees all inuiviuuals without uisciimination oi
qualification, the iight to acquiie anu own piopeity anu to fieely use anu enjoy such
piopeity without inteifeience. Specifically, Sections 4S anu 44 of the Constitution of
Nigeiia pioviue that:

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IG*BB' G*0"' #G"' +$)G#' #%' *.X;$+"' *&,' %6&' $::%0*HB"' R+%R"+#7' *&76G"+"' $&'
O$)"+$*L'
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IG*BB'H"'#*3"&'R%II"II$%&'%1'.%:R;BI%+$B7'*&,'&%'+$)G#'%0"+'%+'$&#"+"I#'$&'*&7'
I;.G'R+%R"+#7'IG*BB'H"'*.X;$+",'.%:R;BI%+$B7'$&'*&7'R*+#'%1'O$)"+$*'"F."R#'$&'
#G"' :*&&"+' *&,' 1%+' #G"' R;+R%I"' R+"I.+$H",' H7' *' B*6' #G*#<' *:%&)' %#G"+'
#G$&)I'
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1%+' #G"' ,"#"+:$&*#$%&' %1' G$I' $&#"+"I#' $&' #G"' R+%R"+#7' *&,' #G"' *:%;&#'
%1' .%:R"&I*#$%&' #%' *' .%;+#' %1' B*6' %+' #+$H;&*B' %+' H%,7' G*0$&)'
\;+$I,$.#$%&'$&'#G*#'R*+#'%1'O$)"+$*L'

S.22 We submit that the combineu foice of Sections 4S anu 44 of the Nigeiian Constitution
ensuie the sanctity of all piopeity, both movable anu immovable, by piohibiting the
taking of such piopeity without covei of law, compensation, anu access to the couits. By
implication, Section 44 ieaffiims the iight to own, possess, use anu enjoy both movable
anu immovable piopeity, since without such iights theie woulu be no neeu foi a
piohibition on the taking of piopeity. These piotections aie also consistent with the
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common law conception of piopeity, which has long iecognizeu that the iight to
piopeity incluues the iight to use anu enjoyment, to the exclusion of all otheis.

S.2S The piotections offeieu by Section 44 of the Constitution aie bioau, coveiing all types of
piopeity anu any foim of inteiest. As such, these piotections extenu not only to lanu,
but also to immovable piopeity, such as builuings anu fixeu stiuctuies, anu to moveable
piopeity, incluuing householu items. Consequently, foiceu evictions anu uemolitions
R+$:*' 1*.$" violates the constitutional iight to piopeity, iegaiuless of whethei the
inuiviuual whose home is uemolisheu hau title to the lanu, because, at a minimum, they
iesult in the uestiuction of housing mateiials anu householu goous.

S.24 These constitutional iequiiements aie buttiesseu anu infoimeu by Aiticles 14 anu 16 of
the Afiican Chaitei, which is binuing law in Nigeiia unuei Section 12 of the Constitution.'
Aiticle 14 of the Afiican Chaitei guaiantees the iight to piopeity anu pioviues that it
"may only be encioacheu upon in the inteiest of public neeu oi in the geneial inteiest of
the community anu in accoiuance with the piovisions of appiopiiate laws." Aiticle 21(2)
also pioviues ielief if Aiticle 14 is violateu: "In case of spoliation the uispossesseu
people shall have the iight to the lawful iecoveiy of its piopeity as well as to an
auequate compensation." As was iecently confiimeu by the Afiican Commission on
Buman anu Peoples' Rights (Afiican Commission) in the <08&20' @42' G$842$&F' ;$3#&*'
L0=094JE08&' PQ08F5R' 586' G$842$&F' ;$3#&*' S24/J' .8&0285&$4859' 48' %0#59@' 4@'
!86424$*'T09@520'<4/8A$9'B*>'Q08F5, Communication No. 276 2uuS:'

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1%+' *&' "&.+%*.G:"&#' &%#' #%' H"' $&' 0$%B*#$%&' %1' J+#$.B"' =^<' $#' :;I#' H"' R+%0"&'
#G*#' #G"' "&.+%*.G:"&#' 6*I' $&' #G"' $&#"+"I#' %1' #G"' R;HB$.' &"",4)"&"+*B'
$&#"+"I#' %1' #G"' .%::;&$#7' *&,' 6*I' .*++$",' %;#' $&' *..%+,*&."' 6$#G'
*RR+%R+$*#"'B*6L'

S.2S Thus, the Afiican Chaitei ieiteiates the iight to compensation alieauy guaianteeu by the
Nigeiian Constitution, auuing the iequiiement that such compensation be not only
R+%:R#, but also *,"X;*#". The Afiican Chaitei also ieiteiates that the taking of piopeity
must be $&' *..%+,*&."' 6$#G' #G"' R+%0$I$%&I' %1' *RR+%R+$*#"' B*6I, which ieinfoices the
guaiantee in the Nigeiian Constitution that a peison affecteu by the taking of piopeity
must have access to a couit of law foi the ueteimination of compensation. We submit
that auequate compensation must not only compensate the affecteu peisons foi the
value of the piopeity taken oi uestioyeu, but also the othei haims they may suffei as a
consequence of having theii piopeity takenuestioyeu by uoveinment.

S.26 Finally, the Afiican Chaitei supplements the "oveiiiuing public puipose" iequiiement in
the Lanu 0se Act, stating that the iight to piopeity - any foim of piopeity - may only be
encioacheu "in the inteiest of R;HB$.' &"", oi in the geneial inteiest of the community."
We submit that, foi this couit to ueteimine that a taking of piopeity is justifieu by such *'
R;HB$.'&"",'%+'#G"')"&"+*B'$&#"+"I#'%1'#G"'.%::;&$#7, the uoveinment must uemonstiate
that measuieu in the balance of equity, the uigency of the public neeu oi anu the
impoitance of the geneial inteiest outweighs the haim suffeieu by the peisons who aie
!"#$#$%&'(")*+,$&)'-%+.",'/0$.#$%&'%1'2*3%3%456*7*'8*#"+1+%&#'9%::;&$#7<'=>?@='A;B7'@C=D' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
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uepiiveu of theii piopeity anu thus aie most immeuiately affecteu. This calculation must
take into consiueiation the othei iights guaianteeu by the Constitution anu the Afiican
Chaitei that aie also at stake. Noieovei, the uoveinment's pioposeu action shoulu be
evaluateu in light of both equity anu the uiiective piinciples enshiineu in the Chaptei II
of the Nigeiian Constitution, incluuing piovision of suitable anu auequate sheltei unuei
Section 16(2), the piovision of public assistance to those in neeu unuei Section 17(S)(g),
the piomotion of family life unuei Section 17(S)(h), anu as a piimaiy puipose of
uoveinment unuei Section 14(2)(b), the people's secuiity anu welfaie.

S.27 Such inteipietation of Aiticle 14 is in line with the ieasoning of the Afiican Commission,
which in the !86424$*' T09@520' <08&02' B*>' Q08F5 (Supia) at paiagiaph 214, helu that
"any limitations on iights must be piopoitionate to a legitimate neeu, anu shoulu be the
least iestiictive measuies possible." Applying the "public inteiest test" unuei Aiticle 14
to finu that Kenya's uisplacement of the Enuoiois community was uispiopoitionate to
the public inteiest asseiteu, the Commission linkeu this test to the effect the
uisplacement hau on the claimants' iight to life anu livelihoou anu the piinciples of
human uignity. It noteu, moieovei, that if the uoveinment hau uemonstiateu

*' B")$#$:*#"' *$:' b#G*#c' I"+0",' *' R;HB$.' &"",<' $#' .%;B,' G*0"' H""&'
*..%:RB$IG",' H7' *B#"+&*#$0"' :"*&I' R+%R%+#$%&*#"' #%' #G"' &"",L' -+%:' #G"'
"0$,"&."'I;H:$##",'H%#G'%+*BB7'*&,'$&'6+$#$&)<'$#'$I'.B"*+'#G*#'#G"'.%::;&$#7'
6*I' 6$BB$&)' #%' 6%+3' 6$#G' #G"' a%0"+&:"&#' $&' *' 6*7' #G*#' +"IR".#",' #G"$+'
R+%R"+#7'+$)G#I_L'

S.27 The summaiy uemolition of homes, business piemises, community stiuctuies, causing
loss of immovable piopeity anu movable piopeity containeu theiein, without uue
piocess of law, is a cleai violation of the iight to piopeity unuei the Nigeiian
Constitution anu the Afiican Chaitei. In oiuei to take piopeity, whethei thiough
compulsoiy acquisition, uestiuction oi otheiwise, anu not iun afoul of the Constitution
anu its inteinational human iights obligations, the Lagos State uoveinment must
pioceeu only in accoiuance with appiopiiate law anu with available iecouise to the
couits of law, with payment of piompt anu auequate compensation, anu foi
uemonstiateu public neeu anu in the geneial inteiest of the community.

S.28 Without taking such steps in the couise of acquisition, the Lagos State uoveinment
violateu the piopeity iights of thousanus of membeis of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont
community. We iespectfully uige the National Buman Rights Commission to so holu.

S.29 Fuitheimoie, the thieat of futuie uemolitions by Bayo Suleiman (S.P.) must be evaluateu
by the same stanuaius. In this iegaiu, to evaluate the existence of a public neeu oi
geneial inteiest such as to justify taking NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community's
piopeity thiough a futuie uemolition exeicise, the public benefits must be shown to
outweigh the thieats to NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community's iights to sheltei anu
housing, life anu livelihoou, family anu piivate life, theii chiluien's iight to euucation,
anu the community's iight to its cultuie anu way of life anu to puisue its own path to
social anu economic uevelopment.
!"#$#$%&'(")*+,$&)'-%+.",'/0$.#$%&'%1'2*3%3%456*7*'8*#"+1+%&#'9%::;&$#7<'=>?@='A;B7'@C=D' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
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S.Su Accoiuingly, we submit that the thieats of fuithei uemolitions also violate the
funuamental iight to piopeity of the iemaining iesiuents of the NakokoIwaya
Wateifiont community. We uige the Buman Rights Commission to so holu.
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B$495&$48*'4@';$3#&'&4'L/0'N24A0**'

S.S1 We submit that the pioceuuies employeu by the Lagos State uoveinment in the }uly
2u12 uemolition of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont uo not meet even the minimum
iequiiements of 6/0'J24A0** unuei Section S6 of the Constitution, as aie necessaiy in a
uemociatic state to limit the powei of goveinment vis--vis its people.

S.S2 By a }uly 12, 2u12 Notice, the Ninistiy of Wateifiont anu Infiastiuctuie Bevelopment
puipoiteu to give the owneisoccupieis of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont "notice . to
vacate anu iemove all illegal anu unauthoiizeu uevelopments along the NakokoIwaya
Wateifiont within 72 Bouis of ieceipt of this notice." The notice uiu not name paiticulai
peisons, auuiesses oi aieas of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont that woulu be affecteu.
Noi uiu the Notice cite any law as the basis foi the uoveinment's uecision oi accoiuing
to which one coulu ueteimine which "uevelopments" weie "illegal" (U%%'FRS)T)*'A).

S.SS 0n }uly 1S, 2u12, this Notice was hanueu out, appaiently at ianuom, to just a few
iesiuents. Bowevei, the bieauth of its language - "The 0wnei0ccupiei, NakokoIwaya
Wateifiont" - coulu easily incluue an estimateu 2uu,uuu people who woulu have 72
houis to iemove themselves anu all theii belongings anu uestioy theii homes, business
places anu community facilities in a place wheie theii community has liveu foi well ovei
a centuiy. With no fuithei piocess, the violent uemolition exeicise commenceu on the
moining of }uly 16, 2u12, ultimately uisplacing thousanus of people anu affecting fai
moie.

S.S4 Since the Notice issueu by the Ninistiy of Wateifiont Infiastiuctuie Bevelopment faileu
to cite any laws unuei which it was pioceeuing, it is impossible to know what authoiity
it was invoking oi what pioceuuies at law it intenueu to be following, if any at all.
Bowevei, seveial Lagos State laws may be instiuctive in iuentifying the types of
pioceuuies iequiieu foi similaiielateu matteis.

a) The Lagos State Enviionmental Sanitation Law No. 1 of 2uuu uefines a numbei of
enviionmental sanitation-ielateu offences foi which monetaiy fines may be
imposeu, but only aftei tiial anu upon conviction by the Special 0ffences Couit.
Bowevei, as will be fuithei uiscusseu below in paiagiaph 4.4.2, this law uoes not
pioviue giounus foi finuing homes, business places anu community facilities
themselves to be illegal oi contemplate uemolition among its authoiizeu
penalties.

b) The Lagos State Wateifiont Infiastiuctuie Bevelopment Law No. S of 2uu9
authoiizes the uemolitions of any "stiuctuie eiecteu along the wateifionts
without obtaining an 0peiations Peimit," the 0peiations Peimit being iequiieu
!"#$#$%&'(")*+,$&)'-%+.",'/0$.#$%&'%1'2*3%3%456*7*'8*#"+1+%&#'9%::;&$#7<'=>?@='A;B7'@C=D' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
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only fiom the law's commencement uate (Febiuaiy 2, 2uu9) foiwaiu. Bowevei,
uemolition can only follow "seivice of seven uays Bemolition Notice on the
occupiei oi any peison iesponsible foi the illegal uevelopment." Noieovei, to the
extent that the law puipoits to authoiize the Lagos State uoveinment to exeicise
such poweis ovei inlanu wateiways oi inteinal wateis oi on the shoies of
oceans, seas anu lagoons, as aigueu above, those poitions of the law shoulu be
ueclaieu unconstitutional anu voiu. Fuithei, any ietioactive application of the
piovisions of this law woulu violate Section 4(9) of the Constitution anu the
entiie pioceuuie may well violate the uue piocess iequiieu unuei Section S6(2)
of the Constitution.

c) The Lagos State 0iban anu Regional Planning anu Bevelopment Law of 2u1u,
meanwhile, pioviues the Lagos State 0iban Renewal Agency with limiteu poweis
to uemolish in the most extieme cases foi the puipose of assisting with the
implementation of an appioveu Bevelopment Plan. The pioceuuies iequiieu to
piotect the iights of the peison whose piopeity is to be uemolisheu aie
extensive. They incluue (1) pioviuing the owneioccupiei with a pioposeu oiuei
anu statement of ieasons, incluuing an estimate of compensation to be paiu foi
the value of the builuing uemolisheu; (2) affixing the same oiuei to the builuing
in question; (S) pioviuing the owneioccupiei an oppoitunity to piesent
infoimation befoie a specially foimeu committee; (4) seiving the final oiuei anu
a statement of ieasons on the owneioccupiei oi peison who maue
iepiesentations befoie the committee; pioviuing the owneioccupiei with the
oppoitunity to appeal; anu (S) giving a 28-uay peiiou fiom final notice befoie
execution of the uemolition oiuei.

S.SS Wheie the Ninistiy of Wateifiont Infiastiuctuie Bevelopment uiu not iefeience any
legal authoiity in theii Notice to the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community membeis,
anu no Lagos State law seems to authoiize theii activities oi the pioceuuies followeu,
we may tuin immeuiately to the Nigeiian Constitution to evaluate the stanuaius of uue
piocess that aie iequiieu.

S.S6 Section S6 of the Constitution establishes the stanuaius of uue piocess iequiieu in
ciiminal anu civil pioceeuings befoie couits of law oi uuly constituteu tiibunals, anu
also in auministiative pioceeuings by the executive bianch. We iespectfully submit that
the Lagos State uoveinment's piesent action is best chaiacteiizeu as X;*I$?.+$:$&*B, in
that it involves an accusation that NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community has
contiaveneu some law by "ueveloping illegal stiuctuies," anu in the same bieath
imposes a penalty in the foim of uestiuction anu iemoval of valuable piopeity. Bue
piocess in a ciiminal pioceeuing incluues numeious guaiantees unuei Section S6(4)-
(11), incluuing the iight to auequate anu uetaileu notice of the natuie of the offence anu
auequate time to piepaie one's uefense, a faii anu public tiial, iepiesentation by counsel
of one's choosing, anu the piesumption of innocence.

S.S7 The Ninistiy of Wateifiont Infiastiuctuie Bevelopment's Notice issueu to the
NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community cleaily fails to meet the stanuaius of "auequate
!"#$#$%&'(")*+,$&)'-%+.",'/0$.#$%&'%1'2*3%3%456*7*'8*#"+1+%&#'9%::;&$#7<'=>?@='A;B7'@C=D' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
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anu uetaileu notice" insofai as it fails to cite any law accoiuing to which a iesiuent coulu
ueteimine which "uevelopments" weie "illegal." Noi was notice seiveu on each of the
peisons, families oi builuings that woulu be affecteu by the ensuing uemolition, meaning
that many may have hau no notice at all befoie the penalty was imposeu. As to the iest
of the uue piocess iequiiements foi a ciiminal oi quasi-ciiminal mattei, the summaiy
uemolition exeicise aftei just 72-houis cleaily piesumeu no one innocent anu left no
oppoitunity to piepaie oi piesent a uefense.

S.S8 In the alteinative, we iespectfully submit that the piesent mattei shoulu be
chaiacteiizeu as civil in natuie, insofai as it is cleaily involves a ueteimination of the
NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community's civil iights by a goveinment authoiity. Inueeu,
a civil pioceeuing is the noimal path to eviction, which is one of the giave consequences
of the Lagos State uoveinment's actions in this case. In point of fact, theie aie
pioceuuies unuei vaiious laws - such as the Recoveiy of Piemises Act oi the Lagos State
Tenancy Law, uiscusseu fuithei below - foi obtaining the peimanent uisplacement of
occupieis of lanupiemises that pioviue foi auequate notice, the oppoitunity to be
heaiu anu to have access to a couit of law. Such pioceuuies involving a civil pioceeuing
aie moie in line with the iequiiements of Section S6(1) of the Constitution, which woulu
entitle the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community to a faii heaiing within a ieasonable
time by an impaitial anu inuepenuent couit of law oi othei tiibunal establisheu by law.
In shoit, evictions - even by goveinment - shoulu iequiie a valiu couit oiuei to pioceeu.

S.S9 Even if the piesent action is chaiacteiizeu meiely as an auministiative action, i.e. an
executive ueteimination of NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community's civil iights, which
woulu ignoie the enoimity of the penalty being imposeu by the actual anu thieateneu
uemolitions, the Constitution at Section S6(2) iequiies at a minimum that Applicants
have (1) an oppoitunity to be heaiu anu (2) the iight to appeal the agency
ueteimination befoie it becomes final anu may be acteu upon. The pioceuuies laiu out in
the Lagos State 0iban anu Regional Planning anu Bevelopment Law, uiscusseu above,
cleaily attempt to comply with these minimum uue piocess iequiiements befoie
allowing an executive agency to oiuei uemolitions of piopeity in the state. Why shoulu
uemolitions of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont communities be caiiieu out by such
giossly uiffeient stanuaius.

S.4u Foi all the foiegoing ieasons, we submit that the methous by which the Lagos State
uoveinment invaueu the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont anu uemolisheu iesiuents' homes,
business piemises, anu community facilities uo not satisfy minimum uue piocess anu
aie theiefoie unconstitutional anu unlawful. We iespectfully uige the National Buman
Rights Commission to so holu.

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S.41 In auuition to the above claims baseu on funuamental iights violations, we submit that
the }uly 16-21 uemolitions of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community anu the futuie
uemolitions announceu by Bayo Suleiman (S.P.) violate anu thieaten to violate the
following funuamental anu human iights, among otheis:
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(1) the iight to piivate anu family life guaianteeu unuei Section S7 of the
Constitution;
(2) the iight to livelihoou that is implicit in the iight to life guaianteeu by Section
SS of the Constitution, Aiticle 1S of the Afiican Chaitei (as uomesticateu), anu
Aiticle 6 of the ICESCR;
(S) the iight to euucation guaianteeu by the Lagos State Chilu Rights Law, Aiticle
17 of the Afiican Chaitei (as uomesticateu), anu Aiticle 1S of the ICESCR.

S.42 Section S7 of the Constitution ueclaies: "The piivacy of citizens, theii homes. is heieby
guaianteeu anu piotecteu." We submit that the summaiy uemolitions without auequate
notice oi uue piocess of law, which uisplaceu thousanus of iesiuents anu left them
homeless, living in open canoes oi elsewheie without sheltei, is cleaily a violation of the
2$3#&'&4'J2$=5&0'586'@5E$9F'9$@0'2$3#&'&4'J2$=5&0'586'@5E$9F'9$@0. Nembeis of Nakoko
Iwaya community whose houses weie uemolisheu weie ienueieu homeless anu foiceu
to take sheltei in open spaces anu sleep in open canoes. Nany weie foiceu to abanuon
theii loveu ones in seaich of sheltei. Chiluien anu the ageu weie left to the meicy of the
haish weathei conuitions. This we submit is a violation of theii uignity of human peison,
piivate anu family life. In the case of (9$F/' .%25#$E' =' M#0' <4EE$**$4802' 4@' N49$A0,'
\;>>]^' ?EF?C:A@0@088Z0>Z, the Couit founu that foicefully uiagging the applicant
out of his home amounteu to a violation of Section S7. Suiely the events at issue heie aie
at least as extieme.

S.4S We submit that the uemolition exeicise of the business piemises anu community
facilities in the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont has uestioyeu the livelihoous of thousanus
anu theieby thieatens theii non-ueiogable iight to life as guaianteeu by Section S4 of
the Constitution of the Feueial Republic of Nigeiia 1999, Aiticle 4 of the Afiican Chaitei,
anu Aiticle 6 of the Inteinational Convention on Economic, Social anu Cultuial iights
(ICESCR). The 2$3#&' &4' 9$=09$#446 is a vital component of the iight to life because,
without a livelihoou, living itself becomes impossible. The Inuian Supieme Couit in O935'
M099$*' =>' V4E%5F' G/8$A$J59' <42J425&$48 \;>>]^' AXC' ;V87' .*' _.`%' ;;7 a case uealing
with the uemolition of slum stiuctuies neai the city of Bombay, Inuia, helu as follows:

51' #G"' +$)G#' #%' B$0"B$G%%,' $I' &%#' #+"*#",' *I' *' R*+#' %1' #G"_' +$)G#' #%' B$1"<' #G"'
"*I$"I#'6*7'%1',"R+$0$&)'*'R"+I%&'%1'G$I'+$)G#'#%'B$1"'6%;B,'H"'#%',"R+$0"'G$:'
%1'G$I':"*&I'%1'B$0"B$G%%,'#%'#G"'R%$&#'%1'*H+%)*#$%&L'M;.G',"R+$0*#$%&'6%;B,'
&%#' %&B7' ,"&;,"' #G"' B$1"' %1' $#I' "11".#$0"' .%&#"&#' *&,' :"*&$&)1;B&"II' H;#' $#'
6%;B,' :*3"' B$1"' $:R%II$HB"' #%' B$0"_L' d"R+$0"' *' R"+I%&' %1' G$I' +$)G#' #%'
B$0"B$G%%,'*&,'7%;'IG*BB'G*0"',"R+$0",'G$:'%1'G$I'B$1"L'

S.44 As in the O935' M099$* case, the }uly 16-21, 2u12 uemolition exeicise caiiieu out in the
NakokoIwaya Wateifiont uestioyeu the business piemises anu community facilities of
many iesiuents anu also uisplaceu thousanus who iely on the watei as a piinciple
souice of livelihoou fiom the wateifiont community. The uemolition anu foiceu eviction
impacteu negatively on the petitioneis. Baving lost theii houses, most of the families
affecteu hau to abanuon theii businesses of fishing anu smoking of fish. As such, these
!"#$#$%&'(")*+,$&)'-%+.",'/0$.#$%&'%1'2*3%3%456*7*'8*#"+1+%&#'9%::;&$#7<'=>?@='A;B7'@C=D' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
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uemolitions constituteu an affiimative act by goveinment that uisiupteu the livelihoous
of thousanus, theieby constituting a violation of theii iights to livelihooulife. We uige
National Buman Rights Commission to so holu.

S.4S Finally, we submit that the uemolitions caiiieu out in NakokoIwaya have also infiingeu
on the iights of the chilu, incluuing the funuamental 2$3#&'&4'06/A5&$48. The iights of the
chilu enjoy a position of utmost impoitance in Nigeiian law. Aiticle 17(1) of the Afiican
Chaitei, which has been uomesticateu into Nigeiian law, pioviues that "|ejveiy
inuiviuual has a iight to euucation." Noieovei, the Chilu Rights Act No. 26 of 2uuS,
which gives uomestic affect to Nigeiia's iatification of the Convention on the Rights of
the Chilu, incluues numeious piovisions on the iights of the chilu, incluuing the chilu's
iight to piotection anu caie as necessaiy foi the well-being of the chilu unuei Section 2,
iight to suivival anu uevelopment unuei Section 4, anu the iight to the "best attainable
state of physical, mental anu spiiitual health" unuei Section 1S, anu the iight to
euucation unuei Section 1S. These iights aie unueigiiueu by the uiiective piinciple
containeu in Aiticle 18 of the Constitution. Lastly, Aiticle 1S of the ICESCR piotects "the
iight of eveiyone to euucation."

S.46 Relying on such authoiities, the Community Couit of }ustice of the Economic Community
of West Afiican States in the case of :!;(N' B*>' D060259' ;0J/%9$A' 4@' ?$302$5' 586'
W8$=02*59'V5*$A'!6/A5&$48'<4EE$**$487'ECWCC}APPu8u8, iecognizeu this iight to
euucation as enfoiceable in Nigeiia. By viitue of the EC0WAS Tieaty, this uecision is
binuing law in Nigeiia.

S.47 By uisiupting livelihoous anu uisplacing thousanus fiom theii homes, we submit that
the }uly 16-21, 2u12 uemolitions have also jeopaiuizeu the ability of many chiluien to
attenu school. Inueeu, seveial chiluien have been withuiawn fiom the school as a iesult
of the uemolition. We submit, theiefoie, that the }uly 16-21, 2u12 uemolitions have
violateu the iight to euucation of chiluien in the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont community
anu iespectfully uige the National Buman Rights Commission to so holu.


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6.1 A BECLARATI0N that the eviction of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont Community anu
uemolition of theii homes, business places anu community facilities on }uly 16 - 21,
2u12 constitutes a ,"#$%&'%()$*)"+'anu, theieby, violates the iight to auequate housing
guaianteeu unuei the Inteinational Covenant on Economic, Social anu Cultuial Rights
anu the iight to housingsheltei implicit in the Afiican Chaitei of Buman anu Peoples'
Rights anu the 1999 Constitution of the Feueial Republic of Nigeiia.

6.2 A BECLARATI0N that the killing, uestiuction of piopeity anu othei abuses anu haims
committeu uuiing the }uly 16 to 21, 2u12 uemolition of NakokoIwaya Wateifiont
community anu the thieat of fuithei uemolitions by Bayo Suleiman (S.P.) in a meeting
with community leaueis on 0ctobei Su, 2u12 constitute violationsthieateneu
violations of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont iesiuents' funuamental iights to life, uignity,
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libeity, piopeity, uue piocess, piivacy in the home, livelihoou, anu euucation as
guaianteeu unuei the 1999 Constitution of the Feueial Republic of Nigeiia, the
Inteinational Covenant on Economic, Social anu Cultuial Rights, the Inteinational
Covenant on Civil anu Political Rights, anu the Afiican Chaitei on Buman anu Peoples
Rights, among othei instiuments to which Nigeiia is paity.

6.S An 0RBER of NANBAT0RY IN}0NCTI0N oiueiing the Lagos State uoveinment to
immeuiately pay auequate compensation foi all the iights violations suffeieu by all
affecteu peisons, incluuing tenants anu stiuctuie owneis alike, anu iesettle any affecteu
peisons who aie unable to iesettle themselves.

6.4 An 0RBER of NANBAT0RY IN}0NCTI0N oiueiing the Lagos State uoveinment to iefiain
fiom caiiying out anu take immeuiate steps to pievent foiceu evictions in the state,
incluuing uomesticating the piohibition on foiceu evictions into Lagos State law.

6.S An 0RBER foi the payment of Thiee Billion Naiia (NS billion) in geneial uamages to the
affecteu peisons within the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont Community.


Submitteu on 26 Septembei 2u1S.




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Anuiew Naki
Staff Attoiney
Social anu Economic Rights Action Centei
Plot 7S8, Chief Thomas Aueboye Biive
0mole Phase 2, Isheii, Lagos

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FRS)T)*'@8 - Affiuavit in Suppoit of 0iiginating Summons, Suit No. FBCLCS1S7712, swoin
to by Alashe Fiancis 0. Agoyon on 21 Becembei 2u12 (NB: this mattei was
withuiawn fiom the Feueial Bigh Couit in }une 2u1S)

FRS)T)*'@; - Registei of heaus of householus uiiectly affecteu by the }uly 16-21 2u12
uemolition of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont Community, compileu by
community leaueis in cojunction with the Social anu Economic Rights Action
Centei, totallying 77u householus, with 4,uS4 peisons

FRS)T)*'W - Nap of the NakokoIwaya Wateifiont

FRS)T)*'A - "Notice to vacate anu Remove Shanties Illegal Bevelopment Along the
Wateifiont," fiom the Lagos State Ninistiy of Wateifiont Infiastiuctuie
Bevelopment, uateu }uly 12, 2u12

FRS)T)*'J8':' Photo 1 of Timothy Bunkpoyanwa, with bullet wounus in abuomen

FRS)T)*'J;':' Photo 2 of Timothy Bunkpoyanwa, with bullet wounus in abuomen

FRS)T)*'JO':' Beath ceitificate foi Timothy Bunkpoyanwa, fiom Lagos State 0niveisity
Teaching Bospital, uateu }uly Su, 2u12

FRS)T)*'F8' - "Bay 2: Nakoko Bemolition - 2uu Renueieu Bomeless as Evacuees vow to
Remain on Watei," e*&);*+,'O"6I, }uly 18, 2u12

FRS)T)*'F; - "Policemen at Nakoko Bemolition weie on Illegal Buty - Commissionei of
Police," e*&);*+,'O"6I, }uly 24, 2u12

FRS)T)*'FO - "Nigeiia foices thousanus fiom floating slum," JB'A*`""+* English, }uly 2u, 2u12

FRS)T)*'FV - "Police Kill Lagos Community Leauei," }uly 22, 2u12
!"#$#$%&'(")*+,$&)'-%+.",'/0$.#$%&'%1'2*3%3%456*7*'8*#"+1+%&#'9%::;&$#7<'=>?@='A;B7'@C=D' ''''''''''''''''''''''''''''''
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FRS)T)*'FZ - "Buman Rights Commission to Investigate Bemolitions," QG$I'd*7'U$0", August 7,
2u12

FRS)T)*'!8 - Lettei fiom Lagos State Ninistiy of Wateifiont Infiastiuctuial Bevelopment to
Chief Nessu Abiaham, titleu "Bevelopments along the wateifiont anu shoieline
at Nakoko," uateu }uly 2S, 2u12

FRS)T)*'!; - Lettei fiom Nakoko Wateifiont Bevelopment Committee to the Commissionei
foi Wateifiont Infiastiuctuial Bevelopment, titleu "RE: Bevelopments along the
wateifiont anu shoieline at Nakoko," uateu }uly Su, 2u12

FRS)T)*'I - Lettei fiom Nakoko Community Leaueis to uoveinoi Babatunue Fashola, titleu
"Lettei of Intent to 0nueitake Community-leu Regeneiation of the
NakokoIwaya Wateifiont Community," uateu August 22, 2u12

FRS)T)*'X8 - Lettei fiom Lagos State Ninistiy of Wateifiont Infiastiuctuial Bevelopment to
Chief Abiaham Nessu, titleu "RE: Bevelopments along the wateifiont anu
shoieline at Nakoko," uateu 0ctobei 19, 2u12

FRS)T)*'X; - Lettei fiom Nakoko Wateifiont Community Leaueis to the Commissionei foi
Wateifiont Infiastiuctuial Bevelopment, titleu "RE: Bevelopments along the
wateifiont anu shoieline at Nakoko," uateu 0ctobei 22, 2u12

FRS)T)*'XO - Lettei fiom Lagos State Ninistiy of Wateifiont Infiastiuctuial Bevelopment to
Chief Abiaham Nessu, titleu "RE: Bevelopments along the wateifiont anu
shoieline at Nakoko," uateu 0ctobei 24, 2u12

FRS)T)*'1 - SANPLE "abatement of nuisance" notice issueu by the Lagos State Enviionmental
anu Special 0ffences (Enfoicement) 0nit

FRS)T)*'<8 - Photogiaph of uestioyeu stiuctuie, taken }uly 2u, 2u12

FRS)T)*'<; - Photogiaph of piovisional stiuctuies anu empty platfoims, taken }uly 2u, 2u12

FRS)T)*'<O - Photogiaph of iemnants of uestioyeu stiuctuies anu salvageu belongings, taken
}uly 2u, 2u12

FRS)T)*'<V - Photogiaph of uemolisheu house sinking into watei, taken }uly 2u, 2u12

FRS)T)*'<Z - Photogiaph of platfoim on which houses once stoou, taken }uly 2u, 2u12

FRS)T)*'<9 - Photogiaph of piotest maich to the uoveinoi's office, Lagos, taken }uly 2S, 2u12
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FRS)T)*'<] - Photogiaph of piotest maich to the uoveinoi's office, Lagos, taken }uly 2S, 2u12
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FRS)T)*'<b - Photogiaph of iescueu belongings, taken }uly 2u, 2u12
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FRS)T)*'<[ - Photogiaph of uemolisheu house, taken }uly 2u, 2u12
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FRS)T)*'<8> - Photogiaph of iubble fiom uemolisheu houses, taken }uly 2u, 2u12
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FRS)T)*'<88 - Photogiaph of iubble fiom uemolisheu houses, taken }uly 2u, 2u12
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FRS)T)*'<8; - Photogiaph of plainclothes Lagos uoveinment peisonnel chopping builuings with
chainsaws, taken }uly 2u, 2u12
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1. That I am a resident of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community and the Alashe of the
Eguns in Makoko.

2. That by virtue of my position, I am conversant with the facts deposed herein.

3. That I have the consent and authority of the Plaintiffs to depose to this affidavit.

4. That the Plaintiffs are all leaders of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community and/or
persons affected by the July 16-21, 2012 demolition and related events.

5. That the 1
st
Defendant is the Government of Lagos State.

6. That the 2
nd
Defendant is the Governor and Chief Executive Officer of Lagos State.

7. That the 3
rd
Defendant is the Commissioner of Waterfront and Infrastructure
Development for Lagos State, the chief officer of the Ministry of Waterfront and
Infrastructure Development within the 1
st
Defendant, appointed by the 2
nd
Defendant.

8. That the 4
th
Defendant is the Inspector General of Police, the first in command of the
Nigerian Police Force.

9. That the 5
th
Defendant is a body known as the Kick Against Indiscipline (KAI) Brigade,
allegedly a parastatal under the control/management of the Lagos State Government, that
purports to have authority to execute the Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Law and
other laws of Lagos State.

10. That the 6
th
Defendant is Bayo Suleiman, a Superintendent of Police and the purported
Chairman of the 7
th
and 8
th
Defendants.

11. That the 7
th
Defendant is a body known as the Lagos State Environmental and Special
Offences (Enforcement) Unit, allegedly a parastatal under the control/management of the
Lagos State Government, that purports to have authority to execute the Lagos State
Environmental Sanitation Law and other laws of Lagos State.

12. That the 8
th
Defendant is a body known as the Lagos State Task Force on Environmental
and Special Offences (known popularly by a variety of similar names), allegedly a
parastatal under the control/management of the Lagos State Government, that purports to
have authority to execute the Lagos State Environmental Sanitation Law and other laws
of Lagos State.

13. That the 9
th
Defendant is the Environmental Sanitation Enforcement Agency, a statutory
body with certain enumerated powers relating to environmental sanitation.

Personal Circumstances

14. That I am an Egun man and a fisherman by trade.
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15. That I was born in Makoko in the year 1955 and have lived in Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront
community ever since.

16. That I presently have two wives and 18 children, all residents of the Makoko/Iwaya
Waterfront community.

17. That my family and I do not have any other home but the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront
community.

Personal Circumstances of the Other Named Plaintiffs
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18. That Baale Sodiq Yusufu Segla Hungbeme is an Egun man, a resident of the
Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront Community and a Baale of the Sogunro area. On November
21, 2012, at about 3:30pm, at the office of our legal representative, the Social and
Economic Rights Action Center (SERAC), he told me and I verily believe the following
information to be true:

a. That he was born in 1948 in Makoko-Akoka and has lived all his life in the
Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community.

b. That he is a carpenter by trade and does his work in Makoko.

c. That he has three wives and 12 children

d. That his wives used to work in the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community doing
fish smoking, but their livelihood was severely affected by the destruction of
fishing and fish smoking facilities during the demolition.

e. That, as a consequence, his children have had to leave the school they were
attending because the family cannot afford the school fees.

19. That Mr. Emmanuel Hagbe J.P. is an Egun man, a resident of the Makoko/Iwaya
Waterfront community. On November 21, 2012, at about 3:30pm, at the office of our
legal representative, SERAC, he told me and I verily believe the following information to
be true:

a. That he was born on October 12, 1975 in Makoko.

b. That he has two wives and five children.

c. That he is presently the Youth Leader and the President of the Gbenokpo Society
of Fishermen and Fish Sellers in the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community.

d. That he was formerly a CDA Chairman in the community.

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20. That Mr. Ayeseminikan Bawo is an Egun man, a resident of the Makoko/Iwaya
Waterfront community. On November 21, 2012, at about 3:30pm, at the SERAC office,
he told me and I verily believe the following information to be true:

a. That he is 53 years old and resides in the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community.

b. That he has one wife and eight children, also residents of the community.

c. That he is the proprietor of the Kennedy Group of Schools, a nursery, primary and
secondary school serving approximately 350 children from the Makoko/Iwaya
Waterfront and neighboring communities.

d. That the school was started in 1990 and has been operating ever since, with
international recognition for its service to the Makoko community.

e. That as a result of the July 16-21 demolitions, at least 10 children have been
withdrawn from his school due to loss of their homes in the community or the
livelihoods that enabled their families to pay school fees.

f. That he is also the secretary of the Ilaje community in Makoko.

21. That Mr. Ewajane Osowo is an Ilaje man, a resident of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront
community. On November 21, 2012, at the SERAC office, at about 3:30pm, he told me
and I verily believe the following information to be true:

a. That he was born on June 6, 1979.

b. That he is married and has one child.

c. That is presently the Secretary of the Ilaje Crayfish and Fishermen Association of
Nigeria in the Makoko branch.

d. That he was formerly the Youth Representative in the Baale Council.

22. That Mr. Prosper Aivoji is an Egun man, a resident of the Oko-Agbon area of the
Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community. On November 21, 2012, at about 3:30pm, at the
SERAC office, he told me and I verily believe the following information to be true:

a. That he was born in Makoko and is now 42 years old.

b. That he is a businessman by trade.

c. That he has two wives and two children.

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d. That he is the secretary to the Baale of the Oko-Agbon area of the Makoko/Iwaya
Waterfront community, comprised of at least 100 families, and also the Chairman
of the Oko-Agbon Community Development Association.

23. That Mr. Staycool Sofiyegha is an Ijaw man, of 13 Apollo Street, Waterfront, and the
secretary to the Ijaw Atorhu (Chief) of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community. On
November 22, 2012, at about 9:30am, at the SERAC office, he told me and I verily
believe the following information to be true:

a. That he was born on October 10, 1960 in Arogbo in Ese Odo LGA in Ondo State.

b. That he came to live in the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community, where his
sister was already living, on December 7, 1985.

c. That he has lived in the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community ever since.

d. That he works as a timber contractor in the Okubaba waterfront sawmill industry.

e. That he has two wives and seven children and all are residing with him in the
Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community.

f. That one of his wives works in the timber industry and the second is a trader at
the Owaya waterfront.

g. That all his children are schooling in Makoko and depend on his and his wives
incomes for their school fees and other needs.

h. That his familys home and livelihood would be gravely affected if the threatened
demolition of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community were to proceed.

24. That Mrs. Abosede Hunkpoyanwa is an Egun woman, of No. 18 Raimi Street, Makoko
House of Lagoon, in the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community, and a widow of the late
Mr. Timothy Azinkpono Hunkpoyanwa. On November 23, 2012, at about 11:30am, at
my palace in the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community, she told me and I verily believe
the following information to be true:

a. That she was born in about 1962 in Badagry and is now 50 years old.

b. That she came to the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community in about 1982 on
business and then married her late husband and has lived there ever since.

c. That she and her husband stayed together for about thirty years until his death on
July 21, 2012 at the hands of the police.

d. That they have four children, who are about 29, 27, 24 and 15 years old.

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e. That the youngest of their children still stays with her and schools in the
Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community.

f. That she was the first of her husbands three wives and together they have 14
surviving children, most remaining in the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community.

g. That her late husband was a fisherman working the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront
and the main breadwinner of the family.

h. That she works selling fresh fish, while her co-wives sell smoked fish, so that all
their incomes are tied to the economy of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront.

i. That her husbands death at the hands of the police in July 2012 (circumstances
described further below) has devastated her life, the lives of her co-wives, and the
lives of all of their children. Besides their grief, they are now unable to pay their
childrens school fees or go to the hospital or buy medicines when they fall ill.

j. That besides losing their breadwinner in the demolition, her family lost the
building they maintained for fishing business at the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront.

k. That she prays that justice will be done for her husbands death and her family
will be properly compensated for their tremendous loss so they can survive and
care for themselves and their children.

Community Circumstances

25. That the Makoko/Iwaya community is home to over 200,000 (two hundred thousand)
people. The Plaintiffs stand as representatives of this community, including the 4,034
persons named and described in Exhibit A who are among those who lost property and
were displaced in the course of the demolition of their homes and business premises.

26. That Makoko/Iwaya waterfront community is situated partially on land and partially on
water, namely on the Lagos Lagoon between the shore and the Third Mainland Bridge.
Both the water and land communities are open to public thoroughfare by land or water
and do not prevent any public waterfront access or interfere with any current waterway
navigation. Shown to me and marked Exhibit B is a copy of a survey map depicting the
general area referred to as Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront communities.

27. That the residents of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community are predominately Eguns,
Ilajes, Ijaws and Yorubas.

28. That the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community is well documented and globally
recognized as an ancestral fishing settlement that has flourished since the 1800s when our
ancestors settled in the community.

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29. That the residents of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community have coexisted peacefully
ever since, despite ethnic and religious diversity.

30. That the lifestyles, occupation, cultures and identity of majority of the residents are
intricately connected to access and use of open water for fishing and other fishing related
activities as well as the timber industry that involves moving logs by water.

31. That the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community boasts of highly developed structures of
organization that ensure the security and overall cohesiveness of the community.

32. That the local economy of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront Community is equally vibrant
as over 40% of all smoked fish consumed in Lagos is processed in the community and the
residents of Makoko engage in the timber industry, carpentry, trading and other business.

33. That most of the residents of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront Community, like me, were
born in the community and they do not have or know any other home but the community.

34. That the oldest man in the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community Mr. Shemede Oke
Moses is 115 years old.

35. That Mr. Shemede Oke Moses told me on July 22, 2012 at about 4:30pm at his residence
in the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community and I verily believe that he was 15 years old
when his father brought him to the Makoko/Iwaya Community from Vawe in Ogun State.
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36. That, to the extent that the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community suffers from poor
public infrastructure, this is the result of the sustained failure of the Lagos State
Government and its local councils to extend social services such as potable water, roads,
hospitals, solid waste disposal facilities, schools and other infrastructure.

37. That, by contrast, the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community itself is engaged in
productive livelihood activities that are integral to the broader economy and food security
of Lagos State and, through its community organizations, is working to upgrade the
communitys environment and harness its economic potential with or without the
participation of the Lagos State Government, with which it has tried to engage.

July 2012 Demolition Activities and Related Events

38. That on July 13, 2012, a notice dated July 12, 2012 issued by the Lagos State Ministry of
Waterfront Infrastructure Development was sent to the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront
Community and was randomly handed out to some residents of the community.

39. That, in the Notice, the Ministry informed the Owner/Occupier of Makoko/Iwaya
Waterfront of the Lagos State Governments decision to clear all illegal structures
along the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront and implicitly accused the residents of developing
illegal shanties on the waterfront and impeding economic and gainful utilization of the
waterfront for navigation, entertainment, and recreation.
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40. That the Notice ordered all owners and occupiers of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront to
vacate and remove all structures within 72 hours of receipt of the notice.

41. That a photocopy of the said Notice issued by the Lagos State Ministry for Waterfront
Infrastructure Development is hereby exhibited and marked Exhibit C.

42. That at about 10:30am on Monday July 16, 2012, officials of the Lagos State Ministry of
Waterfront Infrastructure Development accompanied by heavily armed Policemen,
officials of Kick Against Indiscipline (KAI) Brigade and the Environmental and Task
Force on Special Offences stormed the community in boats.

43. That as soon as they entered the community, they began demolishing homes and other
structures with chainsaws as residents of the community scrambled to salvage their
belongings from the falling structures.

44. That many residents, including children, fell into the water as the demolition squad
brought their homes down while they were still inside.

45. That the demolition continued from Monday July 16, 2012 to Saturday July 21, 2012.

46. That the demolition exercise left many persons in the community homeless and without
any option but to sleep in open canoes.

47. That on the night of Wednesday, July 18, 2012, three children were reported missing
after the open canoe in which they slept capsized.

48. That a search party organized to find the children discovered one of them dead while the
remaining two have not been found till date and as such are presumed dead.

49. That on Friday, July 21, 2012 leaders of the community paid a visit to the Ministry of
Waterfront Infrastructure Development to meet with the Commissioner Mr. Olusegun
Oniru and discuss the demolition exercise being carried out by his Ministry.

50. That the Commissioner refused to give us audience and instructed his security personnel
to walk us out of the premises.

51. That on Saturday, July 21, 2012, the demolition took on a more violent dimension as a
policeman attached to the demolition squad known as Police Corporal Boma Pepple shot
dead Mr. Timothy Azinkpono Hunkpoyanwa, a resident of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront
community, without justification.

52. That the police bullets gruesomely ripped through his stomach discharging his intestines
and other internal organs.

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53. That following the shooting, Mr. Hunkpoyanwa was rushed to hospital and Mr.
Emmanuel Hagbe J.P. went to inform the bereaved family, who were unable to see their
loved one and say goodbye before he died.

54. That attached herein and marked Exhibit D1-D3 are pictures of the late Mr. Timothy
Azinkpono Hunkpoyanwa taken immediately after he was shot as well as an autopsy
report stating that Mr. Hunkpoyanwa died on July 21, 2012 at 3:20pm and the cause of
death was blood loss and related issues due to a gunshot injury to the abdomen.

55. That, during the demolition exercise, many residents of the community were harassed,
maimed, beaten, arrested and detained without any justification by officials of the
demolition squad.

56. That among those who were arrested on Saturday, July 21, 2012 and held in detention for
four days were: Afonse Lateef, Wasiu Danhuto, Sende Danhuto, Jacklyn Danhuto, Benua
Ahonlonsu, Ezekiel Hungevu, Hunge Hana, Hunge Bartholomew, Hunge Jeremy.

57. That those detained were released on Tuesday, July 24, 2012 on orders of the
Commissioner of Police for Lagos State without any charges ever filed against them.

58. That on Monday, July 23, 2012, thousands of residents of the community were led by the
Social and Economic Rights Action Center (SERAC) in a peaceful protest to the office of
the Lagos State Governor over the demolition of the community and the shooting of late
Mr. Timothy Azinkpono Hunkpoyanwa.

59. That the Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babatunde Raji Fashola received the protesters at his
office and apologized to them for the murder of Mr. Timothy Azinkpono Hunkpoyanwa
while assuring the people that the demolition will not continue and that the government
will work together with the community to provide essential social services and
infrastructure, improve living conditions and harness the communitys tourism potential
by turning it into the Venice of Africa.

60. That the demolition exercise and protest were widely covered by both local and
international news media.

61. That the National Human Rights Commission also came out publicly to condemn the
demolition exercise and vowed to conduct an investigation into what appeared to be
serious violations of fundamental human rights of the displaced residents.

62. That attached herein and marked Exhibits E1-E5 are photocopies of some newspaper
and online news articles covering the demolition exercise, protest march, and statements
from the Chairman of the National Human Rights Commission, Dr. Chidi Odinkalu.

63. That following the protest of July 23, 2012, the representatives and leaders of the
Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community were invited to meet with the Commissioner of
Waterfront Infrastructure Development by letters addressed to them and dated.
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64. That attached and marked as Exhibit F1- F2 are copies of the correspondence between
the government and the community in respect of the meeting, which ultimately took place
on July 31, 2012.

65. That the representatives and leaders of Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community attended
the July 31, 2012 meeting together with our legal representatives from the Social and
Economic Rights Action Center (SERAC).

66. That representing the government at the meeting was Prince Adesegun Oniru, the
Commissioner for Waterfront Infrastructure Development, Mr. Aderemi Ibirogba, the
Commissioner for Information & Strategy and Mr. Bayo Suleiman, the purported
Chairman of the Lagos State Environmental and Special Offences (Enforcement) Unit
and/or the Lagos State Task Force on Environmental and Special Offences.

67. That, upon arrival at the meeting, the Commissioner for Waterfront Infrastructure
Development, Prince Adesegun Oniru, asked the lawyers from SERAC to leave because
the meeting was meant only for residents of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront community.

68. That the Commissioner pointed out that the aim of the meeting was simply for
Government to engage in discussions with its people and, as such, there was no need for
any legal representation.

69. That, the communitys leaders and representatives explained to the Commissioner that
they specifically invited SERAC to be a part of the meeting in its capacity as the
communitys legal representative and also made clear that SERACs presence was crucial
to the furtherance of the meeting.

70. That the team of lawyers from SERAC reminded the Commissioner that the community
has the constitutional freedom to be represented by lawyers of their own choosing in
matters of legal or administrative nature and, as such, SERAC should be welcome to stay
regardless of the nature of the meeting.

71. That, upon the Commissioners further insistence that the meeting is for the communitys
leaders and representatives alone, the team of lawyers from SERAC withdrew.

72. That, many of the communitys leaders and representatives left the meeting in protest
after SERACs withdrawal and this led to the disruption of the meeting.

73. That, by a letter dated August 22, 2012, the Makoko/Iwaya Community informed the
Lagos State Governor of their intent to undertake a community-led regeneration of the
community in line with the Governors commitment to provide essential social services
and infrastructure, improve living conditions and harness the communitys tourism
potential by turning it into the Venice of Africa.

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74. That, in the letter the community members expressed their commitment to collaborate
with the government to design and implement a plan for the redevelopment of the
Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront Community for the utmost benefit of the people. Attached and
marked as Exhibit G is the said letter to the Governor.

75. That the representatives and leaders of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront Community were
once again invited to a meeting by the Ministry of Waterfront Infrastructure Development
on October 30, 2012.

76. That attached and marked as Exhibit H1- H3 are copies of the correspondence between
the government and the community with respect to the meeting.

77. That the community leaders and representatives were present at the meeting together with
lawyers from SERAC.

78. That, at the meeting, the Lagos State Government was represented by Mr. Bayo
Suleiman, in his purported capacity as the Chairman of the Environmental and Special
Offences (Enforcement) Unit (a.k.a. Task Force), two officers of the Kick Against
Indiscipline (KAI) Brigade and the Personal Assistant to Commissioner of Waterfront
Infrastructure Development Prince Adesegun Oniru.

79. That, at the meeting, Mr. Bayo Suleiman informed the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront
community leaders and representatives of the Lagos State Governments decision to
continue the demolition of the Makoko/Iwaya Waterfront Community.

80. That, accordingly, the Lagos State Government seems bent on annihilating an entire
community in pursuit of mega-city status, which judging by the governments actions
and threats, can only mean a city that caters only to the needs and desires of the wealthy
and leaves evicted residents without shelter or livelihood opportunities.

81. That the July 2012 Notice from Ministry of Waterfront and Infrastructure Development
follows on several occasions on which the 7
th
and 8
th
Defendants have issued abatement
of nuisance notices and demolished houses and structures in the Makoko community,
for the purported purpose of enforcing the provision of the Environmental Management
Laws of Lagos State.

82. That, for instance, by a Notice dated 9
th
December 2010, the 7
th
Defendant, the Lagos
State Environmental and Special Offences (Enforcement) Unit, ordered The Owner of
Shanties by Adekunle Bridge (an area of the Makoko community built on land) to abate
environmental nuisance including illegal occupation of land and erection of shanties
within three days. Attached and marked Exhibit I is a copy of the said notice.

83. That the ensuing December 2010 demolition exercise was brutally carried out in the
community by the 8
th
Defendant, the body that purports to be the Task Force on
Environment and Special Offences, causing one death and many injuries.

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84. That the December 2010 demolition is presently the subject of Suit No. M/198/2012 at
the Lagos High Court. That an April 2010 demolition in Makoko is the subject of Suit
No. M/757/2011 at the Lagos High Court, while an April 2005 demolition in Makoko is
the subject of Suit No. CA/L/637M/2009 pending at the Lagos State Court of Appeals.

85. That there is proliferation of bodies or persons that have threatened or been involved in
demolitions of the Makoko/Iwaya communities, including the Commissioner for
Waterfront Infrastructure Development, Kick Against Indiscipline (KAI) Brigade, Mr.
Bayo Suleiman (S.P.), the Lagos State Environmental and Special Offences
(Enforcement Unit), and the Lagos State Task Force on the Environment, the 5
th
, 6
th
, 7
th

and 8
th
Defendants respectively, so we do not know where the next threat will come from.
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86. That, even while the Government repeatedly threatens us with demolitions, it makes
public promises to improve our community for the benefit of current residents.

87. That, for instance, Makoko and Iwaya are two of the nine host communities for urban
upgrade activities under the Lagos Metropolitan Development and Governance Project
(LMDGP), a US$200 million World Bank-funded project.

88. That I have been informed by Felix Morka, Esq. our legal representative, at the SERAC
office at about 12noon on 23 July 2012 and I verily believe the following to be true:

a. That, for the purposes of the Project, the Lagos State Government and the World
Bank agreed to a Resettlement Policy Framework that would apply to Bank-
funded activities or any activities necessary to the completion of the Project.

b. That under this Resettlement Policy Framework, the Lagos State Government is
mandated to avoid [involuntary resettlement] and minimize the social impacts of
the project and, where resettlement is unavoidable, to provide offsetting
mitigation measures that give the persons displaced by the project meaningful
opportunity to share in the project benefit . . . [and that] assist [them] to improve
livelihoods and standards of living or at least to restore them to levels equivalent
to those prior to the project.

c. That the Lagos State Government is further mandated to observe World Bank
Safeguard Policies that mandate prior consultation, adequate notice, grievance
procedures for Project-affected communities, as well as compensation,
resettlement and other remedies for those who are involuntarily displaced.

89. That we do not see how the demolitions that have taken place and threatened in our
communities can be in line with these policies or how they can be consistent with the
spirit and purpose of such urban upgrade projects when the very communities that are
meant to benefit would no longer exist if/when the projects are ever completed.
Conclusion
HUGBEJI SIMON
30. AGOSU MARY FIFAME AGOSU CASMIR, DIEDONE, TOPE 5
31. MIFOPO JOMES MARY MIFOPO PAUL, SOLOMON, MAUMA,
FEBI
6
32. HUGBEJI
MARCELAIN
HUNGBEJI KLEME TOPE, NOLINU, SUNDAY 5
33. KOTVE
METONEMEYI
KOTOE TAIWO DAMILE, JOSEPH, VITOR,
MAUTIN
6
34. GUJO LUCIEN GUJO ROSALIN ISAAC, JOSHUA 4
35. LOKOSU FEMI LOKOSU
ALBERTINE
JOEL, ANGELA, JEAN, MAIC 6
36. GOCLONU BATHO
NOEL
GODONU DOVOME FUNWANTON, ISAAAC 4
37. MIFOKPO ASAGBO CECILE LOKOSU ZITA, LEONI, BRUNO 5
38. AGO LOKOSU ODETTE LOKOSU ZITA, LEONI, BRUNO 5
39. ZOSU LOUIS EPIPHANIE ZOSU BENOIT, SERAPHINNE 4
40. ADEKUNLE
BAMUGBEJE
NAOMI
BAMUGBEJE
REBECCAH, MAUTIN,
JESUTIN
5
41. ZANNU ADEBAYO KPOJIGAN ZANNU JANETH, OLA 4
42. THOGBE
HUNKPATIN
AHISI HUNKPATIN EUGENIE, JUSTIN,
OLORUAWA
5
43. BAUKOLE FEMI ALICE BAUKOLE INUMIDUN, BOLA 4
44. MATHIAS KUNNU SOSI KUNNU APPOLINAIRE, BERNADETTE,
DOSU
5
45. SOLOMON WAWHE EUGENIE WAWHE MAHUYON, UNSCENMT,
THEODORE
5
46. OCHLAN PAUL EMILIENNE
OCHLAN
JANETH, OLIVIER 4
47. WAHABI MOJUSI ELIZABETH
MOJUSI
SETEVEN, LEONIE 4
48. OCHLAN ISMAILA FELICIA OCHLAN JOEL, COGI, BOSE 5
49. HUGBEJI
MARCELLE
REBECCAH
HUNGBEJI
NOELLINE, ISAAC, MADECU 5
50. THOGBE ELIJA XAVINE ELIJAH BOBO, SEGRE, ANIGUSTIN 5
51. SAMIEL
HUNNUKON
ELIZABETH
HUNNUKON
PEGO, TINU, VERONICA 5
52. JONAS ZANNU CHRISTINE ZANNU SAMIEL, MONDAY, TOBI 5
53. JOHANU
HUKANRIN
CECIL HUNKANRIN VINSECENT, FLORENCE, LEA 5
54. DOROTHEE
HUNGBJI
MICHELLINE
HUNGBEJI
DANIL, XAVIER, DEBORA 5
55. PIERRE AHISU WARYINNA AHISU SEBA, ANTOINETTE, JOSEPH 5
56. EWUNTIN AHISU ANAGO AHISU ZINSU, DOSU, ANDO 5
57. AHOTON MATHIEU MIDIYINDI
AHOTON
DEBORA, ANDREW 4
58. AGUNCHEDE ZOSU GUNEHEDE KPOSI KEKE, MANE, EMMANUEL 5
59. FOSUKPE LUCIEN LUCIENNE
FOSUKPE
SINPLICE, SAMDRINE 4
60. SESIKINDE
TOUSAINT
OVONODE
SESIKINDE
JEAN, LUCIEME, LUCIE 5
61. FELIX HAJAGUN SANDRA AHLEUN DUBE, JONAS 4
62. JEAN AHLEUN PAULINE AHLEUN JEREMI, PASCALINE, FRIGON,
EZEKIEL
6
63. MATTEW
ATUNGBE
ALICE ATUNGBE BENOIT, BENEDERT,
FELICIENNE
5
64. MARCELIW
HUNKANRIN
COLETTE
HUNKANRIN
FIRMAINE, ISIDORE 4
65. CYRIL AWHI KOUN AWHI ROSE, ROLAND, AMED 5
66. LUC AHOUANSU MAURICEENNE EBENISELLE, LERICIA,
PRINCE, GENIVREVE
6
67. ROSE AHOUANSU JUDITH
AHOUANSU
ROSETTE 3
68. SAMUEL HUNGBO GOSI HUNGBO JAWU, SEBA, OLIVIER 5
69. ROBERT HUGBO VERONICA
HUNGBO
EMILE, MONDAY, SUNDAY 5
70. ISAI HUNGA VERONICA HUNGA ANTOINETT, SUNNY 4
71. MATHIAS KPETOSI AYIGBETISI MARITTE, SOPHIE 4
72. JOHANU KPETOSI MARLE KPETOSI ZITA LANDRY 3
73. KPOSU GONUEVE ZANSI GONUVE ZITA LANDRY 3
74. CHRIKOPHER
ZUNKPON
ANTOINETTE
ZUNKPON
HONISE, DIDRE, KPEGO 5
75. SANFIL AZANKPO TOT RANTI
AZAKPO
DIEU, IMOLE, RONILE 5
76. CLEMENT
TOYINGANDE
AGATH
TOYINGANDE
MAHUKRO, SENAKPON 4
77. SALMON WHESU CELESTINE WHESU AMOS, MARCELLE,
HENRIETTE
5
78. ZANNU EDEWTIN CHUSTIANA
EDEEHIN
KATE, ALBESTINE 4
79. MATHEW
KPOSUKPE
EDITH KPOSUKPE SERAPHIN, MONICA, DOSU,
HASI
6
80. GUJO ESA MEDESE ESE HASI 3
81. EDOND AVLESI BERBDETTE
AVLESI
EZEKIEL NOLLINE 4
82. ZANNU WUSA MARIA ZANNU CHEKPEMI, AGNES 4
83. CASIMIR ZANNU LOUISE ZANNU DAVID, CHRISTINE 4
84. ATEJI ADOGUN KURI ATIYI APPOLINAINE, NAVMI,
JOSUA
5
85. ADOGUN GIGI CELESTINU
ADOGUN
FELIX, SOMINAKPON 4
86. BAKARE HONFO MARIAMA HONFO SIIKIRU, SUKURAT, LASIRA 5
87. MEDENU
THEEPHILUS
JANET MEDENU NATANIEL, REINE, EUGENIE 5
88. SEBASTIEN
YONLONFUN
ALICE
YONLONFUN
SUNDAY, JEHOVANI 4
89. BARTHOLOMEO
ZANNU
ANASTHASU
ZANNU
FAITH, ROMES, JOEL 5
90. MARTIN ZANNU EPIPHANIE ZANNU KEVINE, AGNES 4
91. BRUNO
AVOCETIEN
COLETTE MIFOKPO INES, SUPINT, JEAN 5
92. DOSU MATIU HENRIETTE DOSU JENNET, FIFAME, OSIA 5
93. AVLESI NONORE JODEPHINE AVLESI MARK, NENRIE, FABRICE,
PRUDENCE, MAWUJLO
7
94. HUVESU ROBERT MERIE HUVESU JOEL, GODONU, PELAGIE 5
95. GANSUVUN
ZANNU
YAICNA
GANSUVUN
ANDREW, JOHN, ELISABETH 5
96. TANMASE
APPOLINAIRE
MARIA TANMASE 2
97. NUDEMAMON
MENRIE
RACHEL
NUDEMAMON
JACOB, ROMAIN, SRAEL 5
98. ADOGUN ANDREW JULIENNE
ADOGUN
FRANCIS, BRIGITE, ROSINE 5
99. KPAGO ZAVIE ROSALINE KPAGO JOHN, ERIC, NRUNO 5
100. ALPHONSE ANASU CHRISTENA
ANASU
DANIEL, ELISE, VICTOR,
CLAUDINE
6
101. HOSEA SOSU ESITH SOSU MEDAND, TOSIN, VERONICA,
EDWIGE
6
102. MARCELLIN
HUKPATIN
JANETH KUNNU HONNETE, DIEUAIME 4
103. ISAAC MEHINTO PIERRETTE
MEHINTO
DINA, CLEMENTINE, DAVID,
VIVIANNE
6
104. MULENI AWHI SERAPHINU
BAMIGBOCHE
FIRMAIN, DEBORA,
CLEMENT, PETER
6
105. ANDRE
BAMIGOOCHE
PHILOMENE JACOB, PETER, ADEBAYO,
JEREMI, MARTHA
7
106. FRANCIS HUNKPE SURU HUNKPE PASCA, SHETH, DORCAS 5
107. ANDRE KIKOGBLE THAHUTIN
KIKOGBE
JUSTINE, CLEMENTINE
MICHELLINE, JACOB
6
108. JALIUS
CHAGOLOLA
CHRISHANA
CHANGOLOLA
FERDINARD, NESTOR 4
109. PAUT HUNKONNU LEA AKOTESU SEGUN, ALBERT, MARIA,
JEAN, MANIE
7
110. SAMUEL GBEFA KPOMIDE GBEFA MARTHA, MARIA, PHILO 5
111. JEAN GBEFA JOANIS GBEFA SAMUEL, SAMSON, DAVID 5
112. ZINSU HUNVI VICTORNE HUNVI PARTRICE, EDMOND 4
113. MICHEL TOSECH CHRISTINE TOSEH ROSINE, MARTINE, GIDEON 5
114. EMMANUEL
TOSEH
LAYO TOSEH ESTHER, JOSIAS 4
115. FRANCOIS ATIKPO ALFONSINE
ATIKPO JOSUA,
SERAPHINE
2
116. ANTHONY
KUCHOEKPON
HONORINE
KUCHOKPON
FARNCOIS, BERNADETTE,
REGINA
5
117. SEGI MAWUKLO EMILIENNE SEGI RUTH, IDA, OPE, YEMI 6
118. LOWATO DANIEL ENGENIE LOWATO JOSIA, FRIDAY, BIENVENIE 5
119. HUNNUKON
KAIAH
EDITE HUNNUKON BEATRICE, ODILE, SAMSEND 5
120. VODA NICOLAS VODA
EMMILIENNE
JOSNUA, SYLVESE, SIDONIE 5
121. ESHEDA ABDUD LATIFAT ESHEDA NONIE, FAUSAT, NASIRU,
MOYNAT, AYMIDET,
9
MARIAM, AMUDAT
122. KPOSE GUJO MEDESE KPOSE HASI, RELANIE ELISABETH 4
123. SALAKO ROBERT PRERRETTE
SALAKO
ANDERW, SHEUN, DEBORA 5
124. ASOKLE FRANCOIS LEONIE ASOKLE AYOMIDE, FRIDAY, 4
125. AJONUMAKPE
LEONARD
VICTORINE
AJONUMAKPE
ANDEL, ALBERT, PIERRETTE,
RAZAK
6
126. AJONUMAKPE
SOTONDJI
TALABI
AJONUMAKPE
AMINU, EDUARD, HUME. 5
127. AMITIN ZANNU ZANSI AMITIN APPOLINAIRE, YLONFUN,
MICHEAL
5
128. AJONUMAKPE
SUMAILA
EMMILIENNE
AJONUMAKP
OTRE, SEBATIEN, IDOWU,
EMINE,
6
129. AJONUMAKPE
HUNKONNU
SNEYISON
AJONUMAKPE
ZANNU, KPEDETIN, AGOSU 5
130. MISOAYI
GBENUKPO
SOSI MISOAYI PHILIP, JONAS, GBETOGO 5
131. TOSE DANIEL CLEMATINE TOSE BOSE, SUNDAY, BRIGIT 5
132. HUNNUKON
SATINGO
FINA HUNNUKON JESUGO, VICTOR,
NATHANAEL, NESTOR.
6
133. AHISU CELESTIN SERAFINE AHISU JOSEPH, BERNADET, ABIGEL 5
134. HAJAGUN DANIEL EDITU HAJAGUN LUCIENNE, CAZMIE,
VICTOIRE, OLIVIE, GISELE,
7
135. TDONU DANSU YEVOSI TODONU PAUL, GLARICE, FLORENCE 5
136. YEWHENU
BARNABE
GELESTINE
YEWHENU
VERONIKE, NAOMI,
ROSALINE, SALMOND,
CELESTIN, JANET, EXTER.
9
137. WHEIN PETER SERAFINF WHEKIN AYUBA, GERARD,
CLEMATINE
5
138. AFFA VINCENT KPOSI AFFA ADEBAYO, AGOSI,
OLORUNTOBI, PIERRETE
6
139. ACHUE SIMON ENGENIE OGHUE PASCALINE, DANIEL, DIANE,
JENNET, ODILON
7
140. HUSU
GANMADIGO
JULIENNE HUSU ERIC, GERARD, FLORA 5
141. AVLESI JOACHIN MERIE AVLESI JOHN, JERAFINE, 4
142. JEUNGBO
YOLONFUN
AYELE JEUNGBO ETIENE, SHALIE, RENE 5
143. LOWATO DEGO CHRISTIAN
LOWATO
JAWU 3
144. WHEHUMI
RAYMOND
PIERRETTE
WHEHUMI
MODUPE, TOSU, OWOLABI,
MODEKAI,
6
145. ZOSU PTER IYABO ZOSU FLORENCE, WILIAM 4
146. LOWATO ETINNE NAOMI LOWATO JANE, JAKELINE, JANET,
IDOWU, ALABA
7
147. ZOSU AKPITI LUK ALICICE ZOSU FRANCIS, MICHAEL,
JANUARY, BEATRICE,
ZANMENU
7
148. JOSHUA ZANNU
MARTINS
PASCALINE
MARTINS
CHERIANT, JOSCALAN. 4
149. ASOKLE NENRIETTE MODUKPE, TADAGBE 4
LETIMOND ASOKLE
150. AGOSU SOFIN AGES AGOSU OWHE, PASCAL, 4
151. AGUE ANUGBIN YAICHA AGUE GBESE, SANDINE,
YONLONFUN, ZANSI, AJIMON
7
152. ZUNDO HNSU PIERRETTE ZUNDO MERIE, FIFAME, KUVI 5
153. KUKU AGLIN HUNSI KUKU HUNME, OWNE, 4
154. ZANNU DANKOLE MAWUTIN ZANNU JULIENNE, ABEL, MONDAY,
NIGHAEL
6
155. ZANNU OLIVIER RAIMENT ZANNU OJU 3
156. AGOSU PETER PELAGIE AGISU EMANUEL, MAWUTIN,
FRIDAY
5
157. AJIYON DIDIER AMILIENNE
AJIYON
GERARD, HONTONYON 4
158. AGUNSELE JEMESI DOWE AGUNSELE MANAS, MICHAEL, JUTINS 5
159. GODONU MUNSA HUNMENU HUNSA TADAGBE, RENE, NOAR 5
160. AHOWEKUN
ADRIEN
HENRIETTE
AHOWEKUN
CLAUD, JAWU, 4
161. SUNNUVUN MOSES SEBATIENNE
SUNNUVUN
EMINE, AUGUSTIN,
CHRISTINE
5
162. HUNGBO PAUL EMILIENNE
NUNGBO
IMOLE, ANU, DANIEL 5
163. KPOTON
CHRISTOPHE
PIERRETTE
KPOTON
GABRIEL, PELAGIE,
DAMIENE
5
164. ASAGBO PHILIP ZANSI ASAGBO NADINE, TANIE, 4
165. ZANNU FRANCOIS MAWUMON
ZANNU
GISLAIN, MEDA, JAWU 5
166. YONLONFUN
DEKPE
MADELEINE
YONLONFUN
MOSES, GBENGA, KPOSI 5
167. HUSU JELEMIA KOLETINE HUSU BARNABE, PAUL, CAZMIE 5
168. ATIKPO FRANCOIS ALFONSINE
ATIKPO
JOSHUA, SERAFINE,
RICHARD
5
169. KILAUNKO
ATIGABO
MARIA KILAUNKO WHESU, ZUSU, TETE,
MAGERITE
6
170. EHUNTIN PETER ALFONSINE
EHUNTIN
ANTOINETTE, ELEINE,
FIDELE
5
171. AGUE BERNARD MAGERITE AGUE DIDIER, LEA, CHRISTINE 5
172. AYAYON ZACME PIERRETTE
AYAYON
PROSPER, JELEMIE, ZOSI 5
173. DOSA MARK ROSINE DOSA SAMUEL, GABRIEL,
FLORENCE
5
174. ZANNU MICHAEL ROSALINE ZANNU BASIE, TEREZE, STEVEN,
LORENSIA
6
175. WHETO DANSO ALBERTINE
WHETO
SURU, NUBERT, ELIJA 5
176. HUNGA
EMMANUEL
TEREZA HUNGA ZAVIE, TEOPHIL, LEA 5
177. AHOUWEKUN
MOSES
OKE AHOWEKUN JILE, JOHN, HENRIETTE 5
178. HUNGBEJI MOSES AGESSI HUNGBEJI DONNE 3
179. WHESU SAMUEL ANTOINETTE YACENT, VICTORIA 4
180. ZANNU FETELIKI ALISI ZUNNU BRIGETI, WINYANJI 4
181. GBEYON
APPOLINEAR
GBEYON PELAGI ROZA, MAWUWAME, 4
182. PETOSI ETTINNE PETOSI SEWANU GODWIN, VICTOR 4
183. YEWENU GILBERT YEWENU SELESTIN STEFANI, GLADY, PHILIP 5
184. WHEAU EDEWEN WHESU VERONICA DINA, ELIJAH, HANNAH 5
185. ASOKLE ETIENNI ASOKLE ODETI JACOB, VIANU 4
186. EZINSU TEWUDO EZINSU
ALUBETINU
JULIENU, ALPHOSINU, DIDIA,
MIKOLU, ZACHEAUS.
7
187. FOSUPE ANTOANI FOSUPE ASIBA SENA, KLITINU, TULU, MARY 4
188. ZANNU OGOSU ZANNU REBECCA JOJO, BENEDICT 4
189. HUNKPE KLANSU HUNKPE ALIETI DOKASI, BENEDICT, 4
190. FOSUPE JONAS FOSUPE LUSIENU FELI, PLEDEJI, OBETI 5
191. AZANKPO WUNSU AZANKPO KLISINU FRANCIS, ABEL 4
192. MIYANWANDE
MESES
MIYANWANDE
ANAGO
FEREMIAH BOOSI 3
193. WEZE GODONU WEZE ZANSI BOLE, DISELI, 4
194. ASOKLE BATHEMI ASOKLE MATILI KLISINU, JOSHUA, EZEKIEL,
ABRAHAM
6
195. EUNTIN AGEMO EUNTIN
MIMOSULU
WILIAMU, TOPE 4
196. ZANNU FINNAYON ZANNU SITOLINU SANDRANU 3
197. HUNKONU
VICTONE
HUNKONNU
BEYATRICE
VERONICA, RONA 4
198. HUNKPE JOHU HUNKPE DETI MARIA, JULIANU, SUNDAY 5
199. TOSAME HWENU TOSAME HANNAH IDOWU, KLUME, DAVID 5
200. YONFUN EZINSU EZINSU ALIETI BREZE, THOMAS, MILIENU 5
201. ZANNU MICHELI ZANNU DELFIN ANDREW, BOSE 4
202. MEDENU ALUBERT MEDENU
ELIZABETH
MONDAY, SENNE, LORAN 5
203. TAPINU SOSU NOWEYON
TANPINU
DELE, MINASIN 4
204. YATIN LAMARMU ALIMATU LUWI, FATIMA 4
205. SAMUEL EKPODE ALISE EKPODE TOSHUA, JEKOLIA 4
206. KUNKENH
MACELINE
IFETI KUNKENH SAMUEL, LYDIA, NUBIYON 5
207. HUNKPE RAFIU MADELEUN SABINU, IDOWU, SAVILAR 5
208. KUNKENH LUWIS MAGRETH
KUNKENH
EMMANUE, JEREMIAH,
MECHAK
5
209. AVLESSI CORNEIL OSE AVLESI LUWIZE, ISDROLA 4
210. HANWADE PETER CLEMATINU
HANWADE
FELISEYENU, ROZET,
MARLAKI
5
211. HEWENSU DANIEL PIPI HEWENSU SANSAN, LAZARUS,
BERNADITH
5
212. YONFUN
BERNUDITH
AYIGBE YONFUN LYDIA, SEGUN, 4
213. MOJLO HOSIA MECHELIN MOJLO MAWUTIN, SELAFINU, MARY 5
214. MIFOKPO
YUBERTH
VOWEL MIFOKPO JOHN, SHADE, ELIZAH 5
215. SONAYON OKE SELATION GILBERT, AGATH, ROZERT 5
216. ATEJI MATIYE FELISEYENU DAVID, BERNVENI, MARY 5
217. ATEJI BOTON CATELIUN ATEJI BOGAR, DOMINIC, DARGBO 5
218. HUNNUKON
EZEKIEL
ALIETI
HUNNUKON
JEWESI, EMMANUEL, JOSEPH 5
219. HAJOGI JUNIYEN MAGRETH HAJOGI PETER, BERNADITH,
SEBASTIN.
5
220. KENSU MOSES KENSU DIDIA SURU, ODETH, APPOLINEAR 5
221. AGBEKE FELIX AGBEKE FRONASI MAWUTIN, TEMIDIRE,
DODAGBE.
5
222. DOKA SELESTINE DOKA SOSAHANA JAVIER, MAWUKPEGO,
NATANIEL
5
223. GODONU PIERE GODONU MARIA CHANTALL, ACHILLE,
VICTONE
5
224. MEDENU ANTONI MEDENU LUCY ROMA, ROZALINE, DOKPE 5
225. AGUCHELE
NICOLA
AGUCHELE
SONATYON
JUNIOR, PAUL 4
226. HUNSA AJIMO HUNSA BOSE BENUWA, CHIMENU 4
227. ATEJI MARCELEN DEGOFO AJIKILI, DAMILOLA 4
228. WHESU
NICODEMUS
SELAFIUN NOWELL, NESTOR, JEREMIEB 5
229. KIKLOGBE DAVID AYONSHE ERIC, FRANCIS, NOLE 5
230. FRACIS DELE SESI ROZELIN, SERAH, MARK 5
231. ALIKPO AIGO MARY LONA, SEGUN, SUTUDAY 5
232. OWHE KLISTOFU DIDIA LAZARUS, SEYI 4
233. WHESU OLIVER DORKASI STELLAR, TITILAYO,
ADEWALE
5
234. AYEFUNJI
KLISTOFU
AYISE ELIJAH, TANYI, LUWE 5
235. AGIYA FRANCIS VICTORIA DANIEL, NOAH 4
236. HUNGBEJI PETER ADIJATU SEYI, ELIBETH, MESIME 5
237. ZANNU SULU LUSEYENU AGBETE, FIFAMEN 4
238. GATEJI MATIYE SUZANU BOSE, HOSIA, JELUME, 5
239. HUSU SLUMO SHEPEMI BERNA, PASI 4
240. KOGBE DANIEL BERNEDITH FRANCIS, DIDIA, BERNA 5
241. HUSU OJO BOSE SOSI, REBECCA, JOHN 5
242. AKE HUMENU COMFORT
HUMENU
JACK, MARK, MALI, MATA 6
243. WHEHUNE
HUMENU
ALICE HUMENU JUSTIN, MAGRET, MILIEN,
MOISE, ISLAMIYAT
7
244. GIDI GANYON
ALEX
CHATI GIDI YLONFOU, SEVEREN,
JOHANU, OWHE, GBOYE
7
245. HUSOU FELISIEN
EMALA
HUSOU ELA
EMALASI
MATINS, JEAN, PRIDENS,
ELISE, EGITH, PRIERRET,
EPKOYEMI, GBENU, ELISE,
MAGERET, TAIBATU, ISIAH
14
246. HUNKPE MOGBE HONKPE VITUA EPKOYASI, GBENU, ELISE,
MAGERET, TAIBATU, ISIAH
8
247. EJADU .O. SIMON EJADU CLEMATIN MAIUZI, PIER, BIEVENUE 5
248. HUNKPE TOSIN HUNKPE NUKANUI TOBI, FIDELI, ISIAH, KOLO 6
249. KUASI HOVESOU HUNKPE JAWO, MAUNA, MAUTIN, 7
ANASOUKILO JANET, MICHELINE
250. ANDBU ISAAC ADOSU IFETI SIMIONU, JOSIA, JOHANU,
LUSIEN, JAWU.
7
251. GANDONU MATIE AJOSOU NATASI DONACIEN, LEYA, DOMINICK
VITUA, SELLAH
7
252. GANDONU FELISE OKLEN TINU JIJEYON, JEVENIE 4
253. ZAZU PETER MEHENTO SELE LIONA, BATEN, WHENUME 5
254. YLONFO PIERRE YLONFO MALI JULI, SEVEREN, FILOMENU,
JEREMI, MESIME, VERONICA.
8
255. AGBOZE DOROTE AGBOZE JUSTINE SOLOMON, SELAH, BENUWA,
SELAPHIN, JELAH, ZATHE
8
256. LOKOSOU
NATANIEN
AKPANJE DORCAS DESIRE, JEROME, MICHEAL,
MAWODOAGOOAN
6
257. TANDE DAVID TANDE JUILI PASCAL, LEYON, PAUL, TOBI,
JAWU, MAWUWE
8
258. SEMONJI SAMUEL SEMONJI
MADELENU
IVANU, JOEL,
DURODEOLUWA
5
259. AKODEVO MATIE AKODEVO
SILIVIANU
EGUSTINE, BALANB, JEAN,
ANE, MARIET, DAVID
8
260. KUYONU ROCHE WHEGBO LENI JERO NADETH, APORINE 5
261. AKODEVO MATE AKODEVO
SILIVIANU
EGUSTIN, BALANBE, JEAN,
AVE, MARIET, DAVID.
8
262. AKODEVO NOWELI AKODEVO
FINAYON
IZAVETH, MIHODE 4
263. HUNAYOU REMON KPOSI SENDE
EGBENONU
SONAYOU, SELINU,
FRANSOUA, ELENU
6
264. HUNSA FRANTAI KPAKE SALIMON AJALA, SIKIRU, RODIA,
RAZACK
6
265. HOCHEME
TITILAYO
HOCHEME
SELESTINE
LEYA, JULIET, IYNSI 5
266. KPATINVO REMON KPATINVO
JULIENU
JEAN, EME, SEFANI,
JELADINE
6
267. AGBONJI GOSSOU DOWHIN ALIET HUNSI, DOSSOU, NOVIYOU 5
268. BATAH HUNSA KUKPO AJIMON SEGUN, GUSTIN, PAUL,
ANDEL, CLEMENT
7
269. AGOSSOU
ALUFONSI
AGOSSOU JULIET EMINE, DLUNASIEN, JAHU,
MAHUME
6
270. AVINWKE HOSSOU WHEKEHU ALIET MAHUNA, ABRAHAM, BETI,
SEBASTIN,
6
271. ZIKIELI GODONOU AVAGBO ALISE DELE, MAUSI, PETER, CLEMA,
JAIL, JAKE
8
272. SOKONI
SELGAPHIN
SOKONI FLORENSI VIJINI, MOSES, MAWUMATO 5
273. MESE ISIAH MESE BENA YISEYON, JUNIOR, BATLEMI. 5
274. GBEMASOU MAUSI
GANJA
GBEMASOU ZANSI ANE, SELESTIN, DEFINE,
MAHUKLO
6
275. SHEMEDE RAMON NUDEWAGBE
RUTH
RODINE 3
276. AKISIRE ISAAC AKISOE JULIANU JONAS, FIDELI, TOBI, SATIME,
RENU, JANET
8
277. DOSA SELESTIN DOSA FINAN ROZALINE, FREEMAN 4
278. ANASOU
KITMARTINS
ANASOUKILO
RACHEEL
JOSIASI, STEPHANI, FEBI,
AMOSI
6
279. SLAFOU KILIHUN
MAGA
KILIHUN BAITO LIONA, DEFONE, CLEMENT,
MAHUNMESSI
6
280. MESE RICOBERT MESE CRISTINE ESTHER, JOZE, CRISTIAN 5
281. HONTONYON
KISEGBESI
VIDEYON
ROZALINE
SELAN, AMOSOU, HUMENU,
SITEPHANI
6
282. ADANMADO LUWI GODONU MATIE ISREAL, REBECCA, JOSHUA 5
283. HUNGBEYATO
BATLEMI
HUNGBEYATO
ALIET
SIMOTE, JILBERT, ROBERT,
SETONYON
6
284. LOKOSSOU
KOSOUHENTO
LOKOSSOU HANAH PASCAL, EJEN, ANDREW 5
285. WHEEZE ALAJI
KWAYINKUHOME
SHEZE YONSINHO AMU, BELLE, KOLO 5
286. NUDEWAGBE
HUNSA
SHEZE YONSINHO PASCAL, EJEN, ANDREW 5
287. HEDUTO LEYON HEDUTO
ALBETINE
DAVID 3
288. AWHASOU
JELMAIN
MIMOVOU
JULIENU
TEOPHIL, JAHU, YISEYON,
ADOLPHE
6
289. WHEEZE
SOLOMON
EWLEN ALIET JAKE, DAVID, RACHEAL,
DORCAS, LITA, BOSE
8
290. ZOLA NOAH KOKOSSOU
CHALLOT
FORENSIC, SANDLIN, JEAN,
MOSES, IMOLE
7
291. ATUNGBE
MAWUTIN
WHEEZE JALI MAWUWALU, ANIET 4
292. ANTOINE GBEYON GBEYON
SELESTINE
ZOME, ISAAC, PAUL, ABEL 6
293. YHLONFO
TODOWUDE
GBETOME YAICHA JOHANNU, PIERRE, OLIVIE,
ZABIE, SEKINAH
7
294. AWHADI EZINSOU RAJEDO DEKOBO JEAN, AYOMIDE, AJIMON,
JELADINE, JOSUA
7
295. HUNGBO JOHN HUNGBO ENJENI JOHANU, CRISTIN, PASCAL,
GIOMU, JOHN
7
296. KPADONU DOSA DOSA NIMED BOSE, MASAYO, VIVIEN 5
297. ANAGONU MOISE AYIMETON ALISE EMANUEL, CONSAN,
APOLINE, DELFIN
6
298. KUMAYON
NICOLAR
ZOMAHUN SIEDE JOMON, ENES 4
299. MESE OWOLABI MESE PHRRET ANAH, GLORIA, MAWUSEDE 5
300. HUNHO NIKOLA AGBODOME
BLAIME
ETIEN, NATASI, BENA, ROSE 6
301. TOSE JEREMY TOSE KORRET DONA, BETI, FLORENS,
IRENU, ODINE, SISAN
8
302. TODJE DESIRE TODJE FELISITE ALFONS, SAMMUEL 4
303. HLONFO JOSEPHIN AHLONSOU JUSTIN JESUTIN, BENARD, LIOIVA,
JESUYON
6
304. TODJE ISIAH TODJE ALIET AUGUTINE, ED 4
305. ASOKLE BENADEN ASOKLE
PHILOMENU
MATAEL, MALI, SHANTAL 5
306. MEHUNU HOSEA MEHUNU POLINU MIYISE, SERAPHINU 4
307. AGBOKPANSI
MATIE
AGBOPKANSI IFETI VERONIKA, SUNDAY 4
308. AHISSOU ATOUKU AHISSOU ARIET SAMUEL, MOSES, JOSEPHIN 5
309. GANKPANU
NAOMU
GANKPANU
LUSIENU
JANI, JACOB, TEMI, LAYO 6
310. WLEHUMI PAUL WLEHUMI MARIA EMAWAETON 3
311. HUNKANNIN
PERRE
HUNKANNI
VIGUNE
HUNKANNI LAZA 3
312. AGONTOZEEZ AGONTO FLOANCE JIJI, EMINE, JUTIN 5
313. HUNKPE ANTONI HUNKPE FLOANCE KONFO, JONRTHAN,
BLESSING
5
314. AGBOHUGBE
SOSSU
AGBOHUGBE
MIDOHOME
DELFIN, DONASIEN,
ROMANIC
5
315. GODONU TEMENU GODONU KPOSI MAHUTONJI, KOASI,
SEGBEYON, AGESI
6
316. ATIA DOTUR DAVID, JULIEN, MELITO 5
317. DINJO BENUA DINJO TETE GABRIEL, BENJAMEN, JONAS,
JENIAH
6
318. HUNU FELIX HUNU LOUIS COUSTAUTIN, CREPIN, LUKA 5
319. HWELANU
OLIVIER
HWELANU
BERNADETH
MOUIQUE, DEBULU,
MAHOUSI, PELAJI
6
320. HUNU FLORENT HUNU YAO THIERYI, VERONICA 4
321. HWELANU
NICOLAS
HWELANU ANRIET KPENAYI, SEYON, TIFENAM 5
322. KPOKPENADE
JILBERT
KPOKPENADE
FILOMENE
EDOUARD, IVET, DEBORA 5
323. KPOKPENADE
EDOUARD
KPOKPENADE
EUGENIE
JONAS, ZIPOLA, 4
324. HLONFO VINCENT HLONFO AGATH JULIENE, LEOTINE, JAHU 5
325. WAHWE HODEWU WAHWE HOULINE OLIVIER, SEOUN, ZOSI, 5
326. DOSA HONORE DOSA
ANODREWGA
GLORIA 3
327. EMEKPE JRACHIN EMEKPE JUSTINE FEBI, HOBADIAH, FLORA 5
328. KPOKPENADE
SALAKO
KPOKPENADE
TOPE
MONDAY, JULIEU, CLARIS 5
329. MAJLO PETER MAJLO AGNES YACINTH, ESTER, BIDENI 5
330. AHISU PETER AHISU NATHA ABEL, AKEEM, GREGOUARD 5
331. GODONU
MAHUKLO
GODONU NATHA LOUIS, MAIAU, WILIAM 5
332. GANDE BERNADIN GANDONU
JOSEPHIN
PASCAL, SIDONY, SESE, LILI 4
333. GANDE NRACHE GANDE RAYMOUD ARNAULD, COLETHE, CHELI 5
334. GANDE ASOGBA GANDE DOGONU GODONU, WUNE, TANTI 5
335. HWENU JACOB HWENU ANDEL ALIU, ISE, OLUWA, ELIJAH 6
HWENU HONUINE CHRITNEY, KEMY LEONARD 5
HWENU EGURY DOGBE, DASUN, CLENENTIN 5
336. HUNSA JUSTIN ISALEFINU HUNSA FUNMLLAY, JOSHUA, SEUN,
TOPE
6
337. HUNGBO PETER HUNGBO COLETTE VIRGINY, JOSHUA, SEUN,
TOPE
6
338. NUNGBO PETER HUNGBO COLETE VIRGINY, ENOCK,
MAHUBAYI
5
339. DOSA MOSES DOSA ANRIET ROLAND, BATHELENUY
GISLAIR
5
340. LOKOSU
GBE MICHEL
LOKOSU DUKPE MATHIER, BOSE, FIRMAIN 5
341. AGBOJOGBE
MICHEL
AGBIJOBE AGNES JEACQUES, DOGBE, MARIEY,
CLEAR
6
342. AGBOJOGBE
MICHEL
AGBOJOGBE TINU TSAHIA, IMOLE, JUSTIN 5
343. DEGBO JOHN DEGBO ROSALINE HERVES, CHUDRAC; SEDE 5
344. KUJLAHYIN
GBOUESO
KUJLANJIN CELINE ROSENE; MOHUGBEGO;
LEON
5
345. JISUKUMO DAVID SAUAYINA
JISUHUNA
BLESSING, KASIMI, SEGUN,
FREEMA, SERAH
7
346. LOKOSU TATA ELIBERT LOHOSU MATIEZI, AUGUNTINE,
HUBAT
5
347. GANPO
JLIECLEMENT
ALICE GANPOJTE VICTORIA ROYER, RIGIEL
JOHN
5
348. SUNUVES WESU PILETI SUNUVES JAMES, RICHARD, DESTON,
CALAME
6
349. CLEMENT
BALOGUN
ESTHER CLEMENT FRACIS, BAVEIN, ABRAM,
DEBORAH
6
350. KOKPE HAROKO BOSE KOKPE GADISI, OLUWASEUN 4
351. KOKPE POPO ALETI KOKPE AGATI, JOJIH ANUBER. 4
352. GBEYETON LEOYO IUWIZI GBEYETEN PROMISE PARISH 3
353. GBEYETON
ROBOTI
MATA GBEYETO DEBORAH, SUNDAY, KEMI 5
354. ADIYETON
TANKPINU
SERAFINU
ADIYETO
ROMES, DIANU, KEMATINU,
SEDE, BIODU, JOHN
8
355. NATANEL AUESI AVESI NATASI, HWENUME,
TOVIYON YIFETI, SEBA
7
356. KWLAYIN AYESI KUJLAYIN ROSINU SELAFINU, MALI, JOHN,
MAWUGLO
6
357. AYONUDE DANIEL IUWIZI, AYONUDE RONATIDIO, SEVIUN
KEHINDE, TAYE, IDOWU
7
358. AMUSU MATHEW EMIENU AMUSU DEBORAH, TEMITPOE, MATA,
SOLOMON
6
359. NOBERT AZANKPO BICHET AZAKPO TOPE, KEMI, DUPE 5
360. GANDE JOHN MARY GANDE MAHUKLO MAHUSI ESTHER 3
361. SUNUVU KODMAN LILI SNNUVU JUSTINE RONADO 3
362. HLOFO ZOSU MADINA HLOFO GERDI, MAHUKLO, SOGOSI 5
363. SOMEHWE PETER FIFAME SODJI DANEL MAZELINU GODDAY,
HAPPINESS, ANU
5
364. AWLES AGOSI GBEGA AULESI TOBI, TOPE 4
365. SODEJI JUTEN FIFAME SODJI MATA DOCASI 3
366. WUSA ADRAW KEMI WUSA DAMI, TOBI, REBECCA
SAMUEL
6
367. ZONSU MACHIEL MARIA ZONSU HOSEA, ERIC, MIDOKPE 5
368. AGUNKPE MOJUBU HANNAH
AGUNKPE
ELI, SEPEYE, ISRAEL,
DONASIYE
6
369. EHUNTIN ZAANU ANUFUSINU
EHUNT
ANOHNG ERENU, FTDELI,
ROMOABE
5
370. HUNGE
YUNSEGEYO
EWESU HUNGEVUS FRACIS, MAUNA JULIENU 4
371. AYINSU
QMOPETER
IFETI AYISU JELERA, REBECCA, DOTISH 5
372. AHWUNU JOSHUA ROSINE AHWANU GOOD LUKY, FUNMILAYO 4
373. AHWUNU JEJENU SERAH AHUWANU MONDEST, APO RICHARD,
LUCIYE, ABEL,
6
374. HUNGBO BENJAME BANADET
HUNGBO
DANUNIQUE ISAAC,
AGUSTIN CARTINE,
ZACARIA, SIMEM DELFINE,
JOHN, BENUA
8
375. HUNGA SAMONELI HUNGA BANADETI WIBE, MONGISI, GAERI,
FRIDAY
6
376. SOKE PETER MARIA SOKE JONASI, ESTHER, BEJAME,
AZARIA REMI
6
377. LOKOSU
HUNGBERE
LOJAKERINU
LOKOSU
AJIMOH, LOKOSI, JEKOPU.
DANIEL
6
378. AGOSU MARIA AGOSU MAWU
KPEGO
MAWUTI, EMIRIENU,
JEREMIYA MICHRNU
MAWUPO
6
379. VIDEGARA
EZUNSU
MARIA VIDEGARA JOHN, KATE, BETI, AGATI 6
380. MLFOKPO JONASI MIFOKPO BOSE EKORU, AKARICI, DENTI
MATISI
6
381. ESENU SARAMI ESENU ARUBETI TAOFIKI WAKINI
ARIMATARAHI
3
382. AGOSU ANADU AGO SUPIPI SEYONGBEBEDI, KAYODE,
KPOSI, BOSEDE, OLUSEGUN,
MATIYUN, AYOUI, OWORABI
10
383. LOKOSU AMUSI LOKO SUMAGERTI DEBORA AYENSI, JAKERINU,
JOHN AMIRI RLEN JURIENU
EMANUELI, MAWUOANU
7
384. WESU WUWE WAWE JOHN JNIFINA NOU MINAYOM
MADUPE.
3
385. HONFO JEREMIAH HONFO LUSIENU BENEDICT, REBECCA,
OLAMIDE ILUMIDUN
5
386. AYIMETON
ANDREW
AYIMETON
FELICIA
SEGUN, NESGA, ALPHONSUS 5
387. AVAGBO KPEJLE AVAGBO DORCAS JULIET, MARY, MONDAY
KORODINE
6
388. KUWHENU CHOFE KUWHENU
JOSEPHINE
BENA, RACHARD,
MAWUWANU, LUSIENU
6
389. ZINSSOU KEKERE ZINSSOU ANGELI JERLADINU, PASCAL
MAWUMESSI, SATILE
6
390. HUNGEVUN
RICHARD
HUNGEVUN
FUNKE
REMI, OLIVIA, ROMEO 5
391. GBEDEGAO, COMI GBEDEGAO ALICE LUSIEN, ODRE, 4
392. SEKI MATINS SEKI LAMALAN ALELUYAH, SIEDE, TOMAS
NESTOL
6
393. SEKI PHILIPS SEKI MARIA MAUTIN, WHENUME,
SIMOTE, ABBEY
6
394. BANKOLE MASENE BANKOLE
ALBERTINE
MAGARET, MAWUME, ZOZA,
ODINE
6
395. ZOGBE MICHEAL ZOGBE ANTOINET JOHN, MASELINE, DAVID,
NOELINE,
6
396. HUNGEVUN OFLE
KPODUFUNDJI
HUNGEVUN JULIET AUGUSTINE, OLIVER,
MADELINE, JANET,
MATTHEW
7
397. KIKI POPO KIKI SERAH ZAKARIA, KPEDETIN,
SEMAKO, DEYON
6
398. AGBOGLO
HUNSEEKEN AGESI
AGBOGLO AGESI ZANU, TRENO 4
399. HUNKPE MEDEJO HUNKPE NONINU CATE, ELODINE, DONACIEN
ELIZABETH, MAWUKPEGO
7
400. AGOSSOU BOTON
HUSA
AGOSSOU BOTON
JULIANNAH
GLORIA, LUCIEN, JOHN,
LEYA
6
401. AYLONSOU
DOROTE
AYLONSOU
MAWUYLO
GERRAD 3
402. IDOWU MATHEW IDOWU SERAFINU JANET, OTTANCE, GEORGE,
OPE
6
403. ATUKO AHUMENU ATUKO
CHRISTIANAH
JOEL, AYENSI, SEGBEYON,
FRANCISCA
6
404. ATUNGBE
SEGBEYON
ATUNGBE ZANSI JOHN, STEPHEN, SESSI,
JAHOU
6
405. GREGUWA LOTI GREGUWA ZOME LOTI 3
406. ASOKLE BERMBE ASOKLE FELICIA PAUL, SERAFINU, 4
407. DINDIN AWE DINDIN SOSSI JOHN, JACK, AYOMIDE, JAHU,
FELICIA, FELIX
8
408. LOKOSU JOHN LOKOSU
MAGARETH
CLEMACI, LUCI, KASONI,
MADERENU, OLIVER
7
409. AWANJINU SEKPE AWANJINU VITUA MAWUKLO 3
410. HUNYEME ISAAC HUNYEME
PIERETTI
KLITI, MATHA, KATE, EKO 6
411. AWANJINU SHESI AWANJINU MARIA DIANA, CHRISTY 4
412. VODUNNU
GERRAD
VODUNNU
ALBERTINA
SIEDE, ISITOR, DONA,
AYENSI
6
413. HUNFO YEKINI HONFO AMUDA ALIMOT, LAMANU, SHAKIRA 5
414. AJAKPA HUSA AJAKPA TANTI ROME, APOLINUS, MIYISE 5
415. KINNON
AGBOYIDE
KINNI MARI DOSSI, EGUSTIN, FENISI 5
416. MEDEMOKU
MODESI
MEDEMOKU DOSSI DENIZI, FLINSO 4
417. MEDESUKU
MATHIAS
MEDESUKU
RECCAH
LEON, ALICE, SATIDE, PAUL,
PIERRE, JESUYON, MAHUTIN,
9
418. ADOVO EDWARD ADOVA FLORENCE PASCALINE, MICHEAL 4
419. ZOGBE HOUSUGBO ZOGBE KOLETINU EZEKIEL, SERAH, BLESSING 5
420. AWANSU JOACHIM AWANSU BERNA VIVI, MARI, MAHULE 5
421. HUNGBE PETER HUNGBE
VERONICA
WANYINNA, ROBERT
RODINU
5
422. SOMONTIN SOMONTIN SERAH AMBROSE 3
BERNAD
423. KUZUZONZIN
WASIU
KUZONZIN
ADELINU
MAHUJLO, SEYINU, JOSE,
SEUN
6
424. ZANNOU
DOMINIQW
ZANNOU
LUCIENNOU
MATTHEW ANTONIA,
HANNAH
5
425. OKE KLONODINU ALADJEDO
CHAYON
ODLE, SABINOU, DOVIS 5
426. ALADJEDO
BANABAS
GBENONNOU LUCI TOBI, FLORENCE, MOSES 5
427. AWHADI AGRIN NADOUKILO
HANNAH
BONI, STEPHEN, JANET 5
428. ZANNOU
MATTHEW
MEHENTON
SONADJI
THEO, MITLIMAHU, FUNMI 5
429. SUNUVU
SEWANOU
SUNUVU
ROSALINE
ADJIMON, PETER, FLONA 5
430. HUNSU JAVIER HUNSU DOCAS BENADETIN, BENAT,
NAUDREM
5
431. HUNGE NOEL HUNGE LYDIA PAULINE, JILOU, MODES 5
432. ZOLA AKODENU
SELI
ZOLA MADELENU MAWUSEDE, NAOMI
FRANCIES
5
433. AVAGBO GILBERT AGBETE ALICE ANTOINE, JENEVIE, ALIDA 5
434. ADOSU FELIX ADOSU JULIANAH PAUL, MARTINA, JOHN 5
435. TOTINRENE
TONASE
TONASE
VERONICA
RODRIC, MARIA, AJELO 5
436. ZOGBE
MIKPONMAHU
DEGBO PELAJI KPEGO, AMOS 4
437. SERIKI LOKOSU KUNUME YEYINU SAMUEL, ZACHARIAH, EDITH 5
438. LOKOSSOU SERIKI
AUGUSTINU
BAKOLE
JOSEPHINU
VIANE, ANGEL 4
439. AKODEVO
ABRAHAM
WHESOU
MADELENU
ALEX, NEHEMIAH, ABIGAEL 5
440. ZOUDJE JOSHUA HUNGBO ANTOINA JOHN, MARY CAMEINOU 4
441. KUKPO SIMON JIGBE HUME NESTOR, RONDIN, CYTHIA 5
442. DOSUGAN
SAMADU
DOSUGAN
SEKIRATH
RUKAYATH, SALIMOTH,
YUFATH
5
443. HUNBION MOSES LOKOSSOU MARIA APOLINUS 3
444. MENHETO
ADJAWIN
MENHETO
REBECCA
BIOLA, TAOFEEK, BUMI,
SEUN
6
445. HUDEWAGBE
HUNSA
KUNKPA SESI PETER, BRIGETH, RENAI,
RENES
6
446. HUNGE ALBERT HUNGA ALIET REBECCA, SAMUEL,
WHAYINA
3
447. WHESU YEKE JIDONU SEVAH THONA, PENAYI, FILO 5
448. HUNOKAN
MATTHEW
HUNOKAN
CHRISTIANAH
SERAFEN, MAWUNA,
MONDAY
5
449. KPOFON PETER PROFON ASIVU FRANCIS, STEPHEN, 4
450. AGBOGLO ISACC AGBOGLO SARAH MARTINS, TOBI, SERAH,
NAOMI
6
451. HONFON SAMUEL HONFON ANGEL AUGUSTINE, CASMI, SIMON
JOKE
6
452. HUNMINU HUNMINU ENDMOND, MOSES, MILIITUS 5
ANTONY COMFORT
453. AYIDEU
EMMANUEL
AYIDEOU
REBECCA
OLIVER, AYENSI, GLORIA,
ELIAS
6
454. HOUSOU ISACC HOUSOU PIERRETH ISRAEL, LEA, DORCAS 5
455. JIGBE SOLOMON JIGBE MARTHA JEREMIAH, EZEKIEL,
PASCALINE
5
456. ZUJE GABRIEL ZUJE DOCAS WIBE, VALE, PELAJI 5
457. DOSSA VODUNNO HLONFO SENUMEN TINU, MAHUESI, MACENE 5
458. DJAFAN PHILIP DOWHIN AVIYETI CHILELVEN. 3
459. HUNGA
CHRISTOPHER
HUNGA JESUGO
&
WHESU
ALUBETINA
KLITIAN, ROSE,
HALLELUYAH
&
JUJI, BOSE, EMILY
9
460. ZOGBE AJIMOU HUNGA BONADI GILICAL, MAUTIN, LUSIENU 5
461. NASAOUKILO
HUSUBAKOU
NASUKILA
JULANNU
JOHN, CASMIR, ROSE 5
462. ZOGBE HUSUTAYE ZOGBE BENORTIN FRANCIS, VICTOR
FRANCISCA
5
463. HUNGA DANIEL HUNGA JULIET NOWELINE, JOHN, YAYIBA 5
464. SOMOTIN MANEYA SOMOTIN
AMINATH
GEORGE, JUTIN, HENRY 5
465. AGBAUNDE FELIX NIYEJON PELAJI ROSE, FERDNAND
MAWUUMESI
5
466. DOSSU MEKEN MEKEN POSSI MICHEAL, ROSELINE, MASE 5
467. AGBAHOUNDE
ZAMMENOU
AGBAHOUNDE
NAOMI
PAULINE, TIANU, ISAAC 5
468. ANASOUKILO
TTIENNE
ANASOUILO JANET PROSPER, LUMUIZI, LUSIEN 5
469. GBEZE JOACHIM GBEZE BOSE VICTORINE, JULI, MAWUYON 4
470. ADEKPO KESIYE NOUKPO
ELIZABETH
TEBI, DONA, SAMUEL 5
471. JEMAYIHODE
ASHEPO
ASHEPO TMIELINU HOSEA, MADIN, DAVID 5
472. GBEZE CHESI GBEZE DASOYIN KLISTIAN IMADINOU,
SEFANINE
5
473. GBEMASU RENES GBEMASU
TMILINU
STEPHEN, EMMANUEL,
CHETH
5
474. KINI OKE JAWULA AGBOKON BOSE SEBENOU, MAWUWA, BINDA 5
475. DOSSA ROBERT DOSSA ALICE OLAMIDE MIDOPE, TOBI 5
476. JIGBE MOSES MEDEDJITEN JIGBE THEOPHILUS, RAFAEL, LEA 5
477. ATUNGBE DADDY KIKI ESTHER IMOLE, JOSIAH, OLURUNI 5
478. ZOGBE ZANNU GIDI ESTHER OLIVIER, MAHULE, LEO 5
479. HUNGEVUN
EZEKIEL
HUNGEVUN
CHRISTINU
PETER, NAVELI, NESTON 5
480. KINI MOSES AWHASOU WAYIN MARK, DUPE, MOJUBA 5
481. BAODE KINI BAODE JOJO I BIOBA, AGUNGBE, JOSHUA 5
482. PETER YENDE 1
483. WHESOU SERAFEN WHESOU ZINWHE MATTHEW, JUNIOR, CALEB 5
484. HUNGA PAUL HUNGA TOYIN RAMOS, ELISABETH,
CHARLES
5
485. SAGBO PAUL KEPLA ELIZABETH MAWUDO, JOHN 4
486. HUNGA SOLOMON ZOGBE ELIZABETH ALEX, TUNSE, FEDRICK 5
487. ATUNGBE
SENEAKENNOU
ATUNGBE OWEHE CHRISTIANA, PETER,
MATTHIAS
5
488. GOSSOUBA
SONNOU
GBENNONOU
ADJIMON
SEFELINOU, ROSE, CALEB 5
489. SAGBO ZANNOU
KONDA
AGBAUNDE
REBECCA
MISEMAUEU, ROSELINE. 4
490. WECHENU DAVIDI WECHENU HUNSA MIDO, MAHUVE, MAHUWA,
DONA, DOTU
7
491. JIMAHO ILE JIMAHO
JACKELINU
INNOCENT, KLISTIAN,
OLIVER, ZANNU, GILBERT,
RODETTI, KLISTIN
9
492. HUNSU MICHEAL NUJANDE LEKIA EZEKIEL, DANIEL, RABBI 5
493. MINUS AGATE HUNSU MICHEAL ANDO, IRENE, ELA 5
494. JIGBE TUSIN AKODEVO POLINU
NATONJI
MAGERITTE
SEGUN, FLANKO, REGINA,
MAHUTOFI
6
495. ATIDEKUN
ALBERT
JOSIA ESTER PETER, JACOB, TANWA 5
496. DOSSA REMI JIGBE VIGINI KONSAN, NOWELI 4
497. KUCHEGBE JACOB KUCHEGBE
COMFORT
POYININ, JOSE, ZINSU,
EZINWE, PHINA, SERAH,
DOSSI
9
498. HUNTONJI BENIOR HUNTONJI
CHRISTY
DANIEL, OSIAH, MANASE,
NOWELINU, REBECCAH,
ESTER, DINA
9
499. HUNTONJI CHETTE HUNTONJI
MAHUKPEGO
YISEYON, MAUTIN, SEKANDE 5
500. HUNGA JELUMIN HUNGA JOSEPHINE BENARD, ABELI, ODINU,
PASCALINU
6
501. WECHENU
SEGBEYON
WECHENU KPOSI EVU, SEYINDI, KPOMILE
ROSA
6
502. AWANSUHA
ALPHONSUS
AWANSUHA
FILOMENU
ROSEMON, BLINDO, FIDELIX,
EMILY
6
503. AWANSUHA
NATANIEL
AWANSUHA SESSI MATHEW, LEO, FEGO 5
504. KABA SIMON KABA CHOYINKIN ELIZA, JELADINU 4
505. HUNTONJI
CELESTIN
HUNTONJI ZANSI ILE, MAHUWA, YEMANIN,
OSE, MININ, DENIS, EMILY
9
506. YLONFUN ZOGBE HUNGA
HERRIENTA
MEDA, MAHUNA, DIANU,
FINAYON
6
507. HUNGA ADUGBO KUKPO
MAGDALINE
EDMOND, STVERE, VICTO,
TOBI
6
508. HUNGA ALUFONSI HUNGA MANMA KLOTINU 3
509. SEZONNI LEYON SEZONNI LUSI OLIVER, ANSLEM, FRANCIS,
SENTIYA, ESTHER, ROLALD,
ELIZABETH
9
510. ZANNU DANSU ZANNU
ALUBETINU
PATRIC GOSSU, VINCENT,
RENE, RONA
6
511. ATOKUN VESATIN TOVON KPOSI ADEBAYO, BENA 4
512. AHISSOU
TLIKINAGO
AGBOKUNOU
MARIA
EDUWA, WHESU, EZISSOU 5
513. ZOUSSOU ISAAC ZOUSSU
CHRISTANA
MOSES, DOCAS, GIDEON 5
514. BAYAHON
ABRAHAM
CHEDA JOSEPHINE REBECCA, SEDE, VEGGINNA 5
515. LOKOSSOU
GERMON
LOKOSSOU
ALIYETI
FIDELIS, TOPE, DELPHINE,
SEGUN
6
516. AWHADJINOU
PETER
AWHADJINNU
MARIA
FRANCIS, PRICISCA, DONA 5
517. EGBETE SIMON EGBETE MAYRITH MANUUTIN, SHATOTH, PAUL 5
518. SEZOLIN MATHIAN AGBOTOMAKUN
SEZALIN
ERIC, MOSES, VARELINE 5
519. ZOSSOU BENJAMIN LOKO DOSSI DORIS, JACK, JACKILINE, 5
520. KINI ELIJAH KINI VICTORIA ELIZABETH, JOB, KPEGO,
FLONA
6
521. MEHENTO ISSAC GODONNAS
ALIYETI
TINU, EMILE 4
522. SEZONLIN SIMON SEZONLIN
JOHNIKEN
JELADINU, MESINE, ANICE 5
523. OLOYA MOSES OLOYA SOSIYANA ISRAEL, JESUGO, NOELINU 5
524. AJOGUN LAMIDI AJOGUN SOYATH HALIYAT, MUTIU, KAFILAT 5
525. HUNMMOU HOUSA AGBAUNDE TOYIN PETER, ALIE, WHEKO 5
526. HUNGEVUN
SATURDAY
HUNGEVUN
JULIETH
TACHEYON, ROCHE 4
527. HUNGA JACOB YLONFUN SERAH ISAAC, JAMES, ALBERT 5
528. EKPEAZIDJI
JACKEY
ATUNGBE
CHRISTINU
ADREW, EMINU, LEA,
MAVUNESI
6
529. ACHA JOELI ACHA SIAVI LINUS, FIFAME, CHRISTIANU, 5
530. HUNTONJI
CHEUNBA
HUNTONJI
ROSALINU
PETER, TOPE, ADEFUN 5
531. KINI MOSES KINI CHRISTANA MARK, TADAGBE, BLESSING
VISION
6
532. YEDE PETER YEDE MARY SILI, SENAMI MOJUBA, TELLE 5
533. KINI ABAODE KINI JOJO ABIOBA, GIGOYON, KPEPO 5
534. KEYETON DUSIYE KEYETON TATI BARTIN, DAPE, PASCAL 5
535. SUNUVUN
PRESIDA
SUNNUVUN
BINIBIRENU
RANADI, BLESSING, DIANA 5
536. HUNSANA
FRANCIS
HUNSANNA
FILANONU
ALICE, SEPLISI, RANCO,
DANTIN
6
537. AYIMENTOR
ROBERT
AYINENTOR
SOYINAH
SONTONS, JONATHAN,
EFLUM
5
538. ZANNU SOSU
AZIADARE
ZANNU ANAYISI JESUYON, ISAAC, DELE. 5
539. ZANNU YINLE
GANNAVO
ZANNU JAKE INNOCENT, CHRISTIAN 4
540. PADO PESU MARY PESU ZINWHE, SENA 4
541. YONFUN ZOSOUVI ZOSOU JAKELINE ZANSI, SONAYON 4
542. GODONU GILBERT GODONU MIDOPE GANDONU, ELIJA 4
543. ZANNU ZOSOU OWE ZOSOU TANTIVI, JELENI 4
544. APAHUNGE JELEMI AGHILIBO
APAHUNGE
FELIX, APAHUN, GABRIEL,
JANET, RUTH
7
545. HOUNGA ANTONI HOUNGA VICHINI TOSIN, RICHARD 4
546. GANSE CHINEKE GANSE MARIA TITI, ADE, TOPE 5
547. KOULIO MATHIEU JAOULIO VILO KOULIO SELAPHIN 3
548. ZOSOU TOGBE ZOSOU SEDE ZOSOU MAWAUWANU 3
549. SHEMEDE JESUGO SHEMEDE JUWANA CHEMEDE MOSES 3
550. GBESESALUMON GBESE ELIZABETH GBESE JAWU, PASCAL 4
551. SOKONI STEPHEN SOKONI MENLANI SENA, ROBERT 4
552. SOKONI ANTONI SOKONI JULIET ELIJA MAUSI 3
553. ADJAJIKOUNON
PHILIPH
AJAJIKOUNON
FAITH
MARK, JUNIOR, ELI 5
554. LOKO EDWARD LOKO KLOTINWE GERRALD 3
555. KPEH LOKO KPEH GUSI TITO, ENAGBO, LOUIS 5
556. SONU YONFUN SONU MIGERINNE SONU FELISIN 3
557. AGBOHOUN GBO
FOLU
AGBOHOUNGBO
KOLETT
JAWU, NUTIN, AFEFE 5
558. AKPE ROME AKPE RIBECA GAPE 3
559. GOUDJEMEJI LOUI GOUDJEMEJI
PAULINA
SYLVESTER, HANNAH,
SYSTIVIN
5
560. TOKIN
OVLONLIGAN
TOKIN ELIZABETH JEWAKUNNU, YEMISA 4
561. GBENONNU
MATINS
GBEMONNU
AYINSI
GBENONNU ABEL FILO 3
562. MESE ETHIENA MESE AGATHI MEDESE, JOJUWA, 4
563. ZOGBE
HOUNWAME
ZOGBE YIDA MEYON, MODRES 4
564. RONFO MOSES RONFO REBECA ANTONIA, ANTONY 4
565. LOKOUSOU
SEWAGBE
LOKOUSOU
ALUBETHIEN
MEDAVI, SEWEDO, SESI 5
566. SETON JACOB SETON SEGODO MASEE, ALBERT 4
567. VODUNNNE PAUL VODUNNNE
ELIZABETH
MARK, VINAYON 4
568. LOKO FANSOUWA LOKO DROCAS AMANU, EVIVI 4
569. ADANDOGBESI
BATENSONI
ADADOGBESI
MAKELITHI
PHILIPH, JAKELINNE 4
570. ADANDOGBESI
ADJIPE
ADANDOGBESI
OKE
ADANDOGBESI AGATHI 3
571. HLENUGOUDO
WSA
HLENUGOUDO
GIFT
OKOUSIN 3
572. TITAI JUTIN TITAI DRONI TITI ALUBET, MERCY 4
573. ZOSOU
BATHELEMI
ZOSOU FANSOUZI BLADINU, SOTIN 4
574. ZISOU BENA ZISOU MARRIA AHLUTIN, YONMI 4
575. KPADONU PETER KPADONU
SILESIME
JOUAJON, VICTORIA 4
576. AWANSOV SIPIGIN AWANSU SEYINA LITA, YEMISI 4
577. ZOUNZE OBE ZUNZE ALINE ROBERT, RUTH 4
578. LOKO ELI LOKO FLORENCE DOKASI, MAUYON 4
579. NUTAWADE NUTAWADE EWAJO, OWORE, LATI 5
ELUKO VIDEWUN
580. TOHO KPOHE KPOHE REGINA EHI, JON, DONA, MAHUWA, 6
581. ILENAKLUWA
FELIS
ILENAKLUWA
YONMI
JEAN, WIZIKI, DEMOS,
HUMENU
6
582. SAVI ALIM SAVI RAFIATU AMIDU, BEYA MARIAMA,
AYISHATA
5
583. PROFISU FRANCIS PROFISU EDITH BANOWA, REBECCA, DIANU,
KOLETI
6
584. SAMUEL HONFOR MALUDO HONFOR LESSIN, PROSPER, ALBERT,
HEAJUAMO
6
585. ALUPEGO HONFOR MADELINE
HONFOR
INNOCENT, CHRISTINE,
GABRIEL
5
586. BARTHOLOMY
KUKAYI
CELESTINE
KUKAYI
XAVI, JOSIAN, NOCHINE,
JEHINE,
6
587. VALENTINE
AWADID
NAOLINE AWANDI KOLETI, EDIMO, ROGERS,
BERNARD
6
588. FONNI BANAWA BLENDINU KINNI,
FONNI
MARVAM, OBEYIDINU, FABI,
AMBROSE
6
589. ANULUKE SAMUEL AMULUKE KIEYI MOJIFU, MIDOPE, CHRISTINA 5
590. AWAMJINU
VICTOR
AWANJINU SASI JANON, LOUIS, MOSEWA,
JOSELINA
6
591. ADEPO PETER ADEPO KATE MOSES, JENA, KUFI,
MATHEW
6
592. DOSSUGAN,
GERMAIN
NAWNAH
DOSSUGAN
PASERI, HONABLE, MARITI 5
593. HUNGE GAB LAYE HUNGE RAFU, LAMBE, SATURDAY 5
594. HONSUN ZACHEUS HOUSU MADELIU WILLIAM, EDMOND, JEAN,
CHARIA
6
595. HUNG JOHNNY HUNGA ALIATU SEGRO, WEYENA, MARIAN,
NOELINE
6
596. ZANU KUWUNU ZANU EWUZU WAZIZU, POZI, HEVITHI,
SENADI
6
597. SAMUEL BOZISU ELIZEBETH BOSISU MICHEAL, TOPE, HANNAH,
TAMALI
6
598. JEGBE MALUTINE JEGBE MADELINE EGERINU, PALAGI,
MENALINE, FLORENCE
6
599. OKE ZANU OKE WANDAMO ELIZABETH, JUDE 4
600. OWATA AGBETA OWATA ESISU SONDERO, RENE, XAVIVA,
HIGA
6
601. LOKOSOU
NATHANIEL
LOKOSOU DORAS DESELE, HENRY,
MAUDOGBO.
5
602. KUKOYI
BATHOLOMY
KUKOYI SASSAN CHRISTI, ZAGALI, SESEYON. 5
603. DOSA ROBRT DOSA ALICE JONATHAN, ABEL, OLAMIDE,
SAMUEL
6
604. ZOGBE YONFUN ZOGBE VEKISI ZANNU, DONE, NESTO,
SONAYON, EMILIEN, MAUSI,
VEVE
9
605. ZOGBE JEAN ZOGBE JANET YLONFUN, MASEL, ELIJAH,
SONAYON, FIFAMEN,
SUNDAY, EMMANUEL, PETER
10
606. DOSSOU MEKEN MEKEN POSSI MICHEAL, ROSELINE,
ROMENU, JULIET, NOEL,
AJAGUN
8
607. HUNGE SOJI HUNGE HANNAH FRIDAY, OLUWATOBI,
ALBERTINE
5
608. JOGAN CELMENT JOGAN KALINE FLESIENU, BIEMIENIN,
PAPETI, FINESIU
6
609. HUNDEWA
AWONSOU
ADINPO
MADELINE
ZACHIUS, KPOSI, ALIETI,
FILOMENU, AGUNJA,
SLANDE
8
610. HUSOU
PANSONTON
HUSOU ALIETI WANYINA, MAINA,
HONOURABLE, MADINE
6
611. AGBANDE
MATHEW
AGBANDE
CELESTINE
DUPE, AWHIANDJI 4
612. WHEDUTO
SAMUEL
WHEDUTO ZANSI ROLAND, LOTI, 4
613. AWHANJINU
SIKIRU
AWHANJINU
FATIMA
SIKIRA, GANIU, RASHIDI,
SHERI, AMUDA, AFIS,
ASHIMU, FATAI
10
614. HUNGA HUNSU HUNGA
WHENYINDI
BANABE, DOPE, VICTOR
EMILY, SEMENU, DEDE,
MAGDALINE
9
615. SESONLIU
ZACHEUS
SESONLIU
CEESTINE
JOSIAH, JUSTIN, NATHANIEL,
SEUN
6
616. ZEGE EZEKIEL ZEGE JULIENU MAUKLO, TONTON,
YONNUDOSU, TCHEKO,
6
617. SUZE AGADE SUZE SEINA LUCCI, LEOLINE, KPENAYIN 5
618. OKE SAKO OKE MATA ABEL, MATTHEW, KLEPEN,
SEBASTIAN, CYNTIA, ELVE,
FELIX, TINU, ROSELINE
11
619. HUNSA BERNADIN HUNSA DORCAS PEDETIN, JOEL,
IYAANUOLUWA
5
620. WHLENGBE
AGBAJUMO
WHENGBE JULIET TOJANU, JELA, PELUMI,
PONMILE, SIEDE, KRISTITIN,
MEDESE
9
621. AIVE TITILAYO AVIVE MALI MAUMESI, SEYIDE 4
622. AKOWANU OKE AKOWANU KPOSI MIDOMITON, SATURDAY
OKLE, FLINSO
4
623. GIDI JELUME GIDI JOSEPHINE SIBA, BONIBAS, ELIZABETH 5
624. BATHLEMY
AKOWANU
AKOWANU
MADERENE
SEBASTIN, ROSELINE, FEBI,
JOE.
6
625. AWANJINU JACOB AWANJINU
RACHEL
BORIZE, RENE, MELANI,
MANMAN
6
626. ZANNU FATAI ZANNU SAVITIU SALAMI, FAUSA, LATI 5
627. VISU SUNDAY VISU MURI DONIN, ROMARIC,
MAGENTTE, ABIDEMI
6
628. TOWENU
RICOBERT
TOWENU
MADERENU
MARY, ELIZEBETH, JESUTON 5
629. KPOSUKPE
ENAYON
KPOSUKPE
EZINWE
SAMUEL, CLEMENTINE,
MATHIAS, WANYINNA
6
630. AGBOGRO HUSA AGBOGRO TANTI ROMIN, POYININ, YISE 7
KENRAYIN, SILIFIN
631. HUNGA TIMOTHY HUNGA MATA DISININ, JULIETH, MOSES,
SESSI, APPOLINUS
7
632. SEZONNI
ZACHEAUS
SEZONNI AYISI JOSEA, JUTIN, NATHANIEL 5
633. HUNMENU HUSA HUNMENU TOYIN ARIETTE, ZAGARI, PICER 5
634. WANSHEYON
MATHEW
WANSHEYON
ALICE
JESUGO, JOHN, TOPE,
MAHUWANU, JACOB, PETER
8
635. AGBOGRO ISAAC AGBOGRO
SERAFIN
MARTINS, TOBI, KOLE 5
636. VIDEYON AJIMON VIDEYON
SEDEKUNNUN
LUCIENNE, PELAGIE, KASINI,
MOSES.
6
637. ZUNZE AUGUSTIN ZUNZE JAKELINE JANETT, JOSIAH, FELIX,
PAULINA, LEOTINE, LUCIEN,
8
638. GBENMNU
MANINJER
GBENMNU OHE ABEL, DESIRE, THOMAS,
SENA, BOBO, SAMUEL
8
639. GBEYI RENE GBEYI ODETH SILIFIN, LEAH, BRIDGET,
ANGEL.
6
640. BOJLENU LUWI BOJLENU
FLORENCE
SAGBOJILE, FELISETE,
AYOMIDE
5
641. EKE OME EKE SERAPHINE ADELI, RORA 4
642. EKE TACHEYM EKE MAHUME FEBI, JOSUA, 4
643. JEOFU TITU , JEOFU JOSEPHINE LUCY, BOLADE, PELAGIE,
MOSES
6
644. GUMAVO
ADEBAYO
GUMAVO ALICE RENES, JESUGO, OSEUN,
YISEYON
6
645. ATADE DANIEL CHRISTAN ATAND AGEALI STATURDAY, ELIS,
BERT, SHATO, JETEMI
7
646. POSU CLMESI POSU JEME, MELANI, FRANCIS 5
647. AVESSE SELENE AVESSE SOFIA, APETO, JULENT 5
648. AVESSE SALAFINE AVESSE CHRINE, AYA, MONKI 5
649. AGBEDITE ZANSIGBEDITE RENE, EMESU, JAKE 5
650. ZANNU JOEL ZANNU LUCEYENU FETINA, KAMI, BANDER 5
651. AHEHE ESUMUEL VICTORIA AHEHE HANDE, MOSISI, FIANK 5
652. AZANK\PO ELIJAH LUCIYENU
AZANPO
VICTORIA, JISENE, SENACH,
MAHUYO
6
653. GODONUSAMEL SALA GODONU NONUBE, AYEJE, JILIBERT,
MAHUYO
6
654. AZANPO RODIKI HANNAH AZANPO GODUANL, PETER, KEMI, 5
655. KOKPE, SIMIYO KOKPE JANET ANUBERT, BICHITI, REMI,
RUKI, ESTHER
7
656. MEHAWANUDE
RANA
MEHAWANUDE
BIAKA
THANKGOD, ESTHER 4
657. GHBELO THOMAS FRANATINE
GBEHLO
CLODU, AGINESI, JOHN,
EYEFIWOLE
5
658. HUNHLO ISALAH GADISI HOUNHLO LOVE, SURU, FRETESL 5
659. HUNKPE, BAFERM ESTHER HUNKPE MESEH, SLIVER, ERIC 5
660. GBEHLO SIVER MONIKIGBEHLO GODWINI, RICHARD, WIBE,
PETER
6
661. AHLOSU MARIA AHLOSU FREEMA, ABIJA, PASIKALI, 6
WEDUGBE
662. AUESSI ISREAL NOLMU AUESSI FRACISICA, JOY, PELAGE,
MULUKU
6
663. HUNKPONU
SALEFE
YEKUME
HUNKPONU
SELE, LOTI, ELIJAH, MARIA,
ESAHU
7
664. ASSOCLE MATI LUCIYENU
ASSOCLE
BOSE, KATE, MEKE, TAIWO,
KEHINDE, ALABA
8
665. AGIGBA HALAJI DOVOME AGIGBA TOPE HEKOLU KEMI 3
666. HUNSA ELIZABERT HUNSA WIBE, PASIKALINE, FRANKO
SEGUN, SUNI
7
667. HLOFOGA WIBO HEJENI HLOFOGA MAHULI, KEMI, ELBIES 5
668. MEDEKUSU
SUMAHE
ANTHONY
MEDEKUSU
IDOWU, DOWE, JOSHUA 5
669. HAFA BATEMI YINADE HAFA OJO, KORETI 4
670. HAFA OJO YAWO HAFA JELE, RASA, APO 5
671. BATEMI
HUNGBEYATO
ALISI
HUNGBEYATO
JULI, IVAYI 4
672. SONNU VEJEW SAMICHEHINU
SONNU
PAUL, DANIEL, MORIYA 5
673. HUNSA ZANNU FRORASI HUNSA VIVI, TAISA 4
674. KOKPE EDUWA VICTORIA KOKPE EKUDAYO, BIDO, PHILIP 5
675. JISUKUNON AFASU ZANSI JISUKUNON KOFFI GATOVI FILASI,
YAWUDU TOLUWUNI
5
676. DOSSA JOB ESTHER DOSSA JESUGO, MANUELI, ELIJAH,
SUNE
6
677. DEGBO JEJE DEMIS DEGBO FLORESI, MEDOKPO, ABELI,
GETLE CHALU
6
678. JISUKLONON KIWK JISUKUNON THEO, SHOU, YONLEJI 5
679. KPKPA MATHEW CESIKOKOPE AMOSI, ASAUL, RUTH, RONA
SERAH,
7
680. GODONU ENLU GODONU
JULILANA
ODIMI, ALIDA 4
681. GAUSE PETER GAUSE CHARTH MALANI, JOSHUA, SUNDAY,
MONDAY, FRIDAY
7
682. SUNNUVUN EMMA ZOSI SUNNUVUN CATHERLINE, PETER,
THAMAS
5
683. GHEUNDU
ASOGBA
GHEUNDU KOSIBA HANNAH, SENA, NEGITO,
SHEKO
6
684. GBE DITE SELTIN FIHONLONSI
GBEDITE
CESH, VENNATON, SELAFINE,
PACOME
6
685. GBEDITTE
SELESTINE
CHRISTAN
GBEDITE
HOSEA, SHAYELI, SUME, 5
686. AGBAN TIMOTHY ASIBA AGBAN FEBI, 3
687. AMUSU ROZAHUN AMUSU FEMI, TIFENA, MAWU, PEGO 6
688. CANKPO NAWEL CANKPON
MADLERE
MATIN, LUCIYE, PITA,
STEVEN
6
689. MAJO MATHEW MUBERT MAJO DAWENO, PHILIP 2
690. EDIYETON VAUO FOLOMENU
EDIYETON
LUCIYE, 3
691. AHWASU JOHN SEYINA AHWUSU ROSINE, PERETTI, JOHN 5
692. AHWASU SAJONU SELISINU AHWASU EZEKIEL, TOBI, SEGUN, ZOYE 6
693. TANDE PASIHA FITINU FEMIDE IDOWU, DOSSA, VERONICOY,
MONDEST
6
694. MEHUNU ZINSU ELIBERT MEHUNU FLORESI, ELIJAH, SUNDAY 5
695. SOSU DANKOLE MAHUTIN
DANKOLE
TEJE, MADINA, QROBA,
DACASI, KEMI, MAHUMESI
8
696. DANKOL SOSU SOSI DANKELE CASIME, OLIVER, JOZE,
MONDAY
6
697. AGONDO NASSIS FLORESI AGONDO CLASIME, MICHEAL, OZE,
EMINU, JISIHE, PASIKA,
ODINU
9
698. AHWOZE SOSU MEDOHOME
ALWOZE
IDONASI, NOMAREKI,
DENUFE, DI BITIRI, MATA,
ALEADJI, ANOTHOY
9
699. HLOFAYE HOSIYA HLOFOYE
MESHELNU
ANUFESI, PAPE, BENIN,
ZINZE EVAIYO THEO,
MONDAY
7
700. HLOFOYE HOSY HLOEMILIRENU
HLOFOYE
DIANU, MATINE, ALESI,
TAYE, SENA, JIMEDO, SILIFE
ABEL
10
701. AMOSU SEFERE ZOME AMOSU JESUYO, TOPE, DEBE, JOHN 6
702. WEDEKUTIN
SAMEL
EJENI WEDE THOMASELENI ANUFUSI,
MATISIZI
4
703. KOKPE AHLOSU HUNSI KOKPE 2
704. KOKP AHLOSU JOSEFINU KOKPE 2
705. JISUKUNON WOEL MAGNAT
JISUKUNON
2
706. DOSSA TALA DOSSA MAHOUTIN ELELE, AYESSI, AYEJE 5
707. DOSSA JAVIEL DOSSA PATSIALIE EMMANUEL, FELIX, LUME 5
708. AJAGBE
BANTHLEMI
AJAGBE EFENSINE PAUL TACHIEGNON, BAZIL,
EMMANUEL
6
709. GBEDITE BACHIPE GBEDITE TP;A JEMESSI MAHAUME 3
710. DOSSA EKLO MALAK DOSSA
MADELENU
EMMAUEL, SINMON,
CLEMETINE
5
711. HOUNNOU
SAMUEL
HOUNNON ANDEL JAHOU, EDINON, COUES,
MATHEW
6
712. GANTON PITA GANTON LITA MUHOUTIN, ATHOU 4
713. AMOUSSOU
CELESITIN
AMOUSSOU
MELANE
SILIVIANE DIANE, JELEMI 4
714. ACHOU BENOLT ACHOU
BILONIENE
MADELENE SUVE, DEBORA,
BELI HELIMA
5
715. AMOUSSOU KOSSI AMOSSOU
JANETTE
LIGNON, KPESSO HEME 4
716. KOKPE EDMON KOKPE JANETTE JANETTE, SELATINE,
AMADINE
5
717. DOSSA
AHANTONOU
DOSSA PALAGLE MAZIETTE SILINI RICHARD 3
718. AZON GBON
AFILONOU
AZONGBON
CHOTISITINE
SITEFARI, VICTORIA, ALIETE,
EMILLEME
6
719. AMOUSSOU SONNI AMOUSSOU MEWA KELINE DABIEL, TOBBI,
ONNE
6
720. HOUNNOU
ANTOINE
HOUNNOU QUME CHEYE LELOMENE,
DOKASSIMICHIEL
4
721. DOSSA
MISSEKEDO
DOSSA TAYE JEGAUN 3
722. KINDE JEAN KINDE ANWETTE HOMINTA, TOEKEE,
CELESTINE, DONACE, ONNE,
OSSA, JEEL
9
723. MEDESUKE AGINESI
MEDESUKU
ESTHER, NOWER, JANET 5
724. DOSSA DOSSA YABO YENAYO, MAHUMESI 4
725. DOSSA BIDE DOSSA MONDAY, SAMUEL 4
726. HUNDEGA RAFIFAT
HUNDEGA
KABIRU, SAYIDI, HUMARU,
SURAJU
6
727. AVESSE MAYLBAT AVESSE LUCEYE, MAGENT, ADISHAT,
BLESSINGING, FATAGI
7
728. WAWE VIYO WAWE TOLUWANI, DANIEL 4
729. GBEDOSI GBE DOSI HOSILA, MOLILI, SEDIQ,
KOYUMU
6
730. MAJO SALEFUNMAJO LEONA, MASEL, HODUN 5
731. ASHAFI ASANA ASHAFT AGELI, TOPE, SENAMI,
JERADI, FELIX
7
732. AGBADOGBE JUELI AGBADOGBE FEEMA, POLINU, FAGI
SAMUEL
6
733. AGBADOGBE JUELI AGBADOGBE JUWO, TOPE, GLORY 5
734. HUNCAN ALELL HUNCUN SLAFINU, PAUEL, JOHN,
JELEMAYA
6
735. HLOFO KISINU HLOFO SENA, JACK, JOHNSON 5
736. HLOFOYE HLOFOYE SEGUN, JAUIEL, ABELUJI,
BOSE, CLEMENT
7
737. VODA FIFANI VODA MALI, JESO, 4
738. KAPO PELINU KAKPO PHILI, MADINA
739. HUNUHLO
MISTALE
MADINA
HUNUHLO
OWOLABI, JANET, MAHUTI 5
740. KOKPE KOKPE ANTHONY, KATE, KUYEU,
MODUPE, ESTHER
7
741. AMOSU SHEYI AMOUSU ENOKU, SUNNAYO TIFENA 4
742. MAJO ANUBET MAJO MELANI, FELISI, YENU,
AUNTI SERAH
6
743. ATANDE MIRENU ATANDE FRANK, AJOMI, PAUL,
MONDAY
6
744. HUNSUA ALETI HUNUA DEFUNU, FUNMLAYO,
ROMEO, ANTHONY, JESE
7
745. AJIDA MACELINE AJIDA JOEL, SILIFE, MOSES, RONA 6
746. JEWA SERAH JEWA ESTHER, JULET, JULINU,
OBADIA
6
747. KETOGADE DEKIA KETOGADE EZEKIEL, DANIEL, RABI,
WIBE, JUJINA
7
748. HUNSU AGATI HUNSU HANDO, YIDENE, YELE LOTI 5
749. HUNYE ANUBERT HUNYE EVE, MAHUJO, 4
750. GAWOJI ELIZEBETH
GAWOJI
JOHNSON, SSALECINU,
EGUSTE ODERT FETINA
8
STEUEN
751. GODONU MARE GODONU JOHNSON, FETINA
HANUBERT ETITI ALETI
7
752. TANTE ETILE TANTE JUEL OLULE AHGEW REBECA 6
753. CANDA ROLA CANDA AGATI, PAUL, LEAYO, TOBI,
JANET
7
754. YEDIYETON YEDIYETON, LUGEVA, JEWJOKE BID 4
755. SEWA JANET SEWA WESEL FRACIS, JAUEL 5
756. ASSOCLE SAUNU ASSOCLE BIDDO, LASA TOPE 4
757. KOKP EMILIYENE KOKPE JELA JULI, LEONA FEENA 4
758. KOKPE BAMADET LOLPE CHIEF MATTE YENO, ISAAC 4
759. KOKPE JAKELINE KOKPE EFIEYE BORO 3
760. HUNTON VITORIA HUNKON ANOTHY, ROSE MIKPA,
SERAH, MALI
6
761. SOSU HUNTO TUT SOSU HUTON SAUIE, JUEL, DIVE, JELE, LILI 7
762. HUNTO IDOWN ANUBERT HUNTO SEBU, FROSIS, NONA,
POLINUHUNA
6
763. WANU MAENT WONU MELIKI, SEDE, TOPE, JOSHUA, 6
764. GBE HUNMI AYSI GBEHUNMI DEFINIY REMI MACHAKI,
CHSTI, BONADI
5
765. AGBOGA ENDIYETO PSEJO PITA, MAHUTI CHEVE 4
766. OKO LUMANLAYO OKE PHILIP, KEMI, TOYI, DANIEL
ANUBERT
7
767. AZE SESI AZE IDUJESELI, CHESENE, LAZE,
MERECHE
6
768. ZOSU OPALOBA ELEMU ZOSU VICTOR, SENA, FRANCIS,
JULIANAH, WHETO, MARK,
LIN, MONDAY
10
769. ZOSU YONRONFON JACKLAIN ZOSU WASIU, SONAYON,
OWOLABI, JANIYAN,
NORICHE, WUSU, DARVE,
GBO, SINA
11
770. ISMAILA
HOUSSAIN
AWAHU-IS FARIDAT, TAHI, WARIS,
KAMILU- RAUDAT
6
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