Oyo Government has told Mr Yinka Ayefele, owner of Ayefele Music House, that no government in the state would again worry him over the building.
Alhaji Waheed Gbadamosi said this in Ibadan on Wednesday during a visit to the house.
Gbadamosi said that no other government, now or in future, would do anything with the structure, having worked on the house in line with the state laws.
“Government has ensured that the building is restructured to meet the required specification and law. We have rectified the entry, exit and extensions of the building.
“We also ensured that necessary adjustments are made and the structure is now in total compliance with physical planning laws of the state,” he said.
He said that the revamping of the building has made the place safer for motorists, residents, government and the structure owner.
Mr Yinka Ayefele, the owner of the structure, thanked the governor for the rectification work and approval.
“I want to thank all the people working with the governor, especially the committee that worked with our own management committee on the remodelling and reconstruction of the Music House for their exemplary conduct.
“God has wiped away my sorrow through the governor. You have helped me personally in this matter, because I have been down emotionally since the partial demolition of the building.
“I have learnt lessons from the incident. Now, the building has become a better edifice. I hereby express my profound gratitude to the governor for the kind gesture.
“It is the grace and mercy of God that have made it possible for us to be where we are today; to be able to contribute to the society,” he said.