They include a three storey plaza consisting of over 90 shops on the Race Course, Nasarawa GRA, worth over N100 billion and the almost completed 90-room Five-Star Daula Boutique Hotel costing over N10 billion.
Thousands of people have been displaced on account of the demolition and more structures are billed for flattening as sanction for what the government called encroachment on public land.
The government yesterday confirmed the death of two persons it described as scavengers in the aftermath of the demolition.
It commiserated with the bereaved families but warned scavengers to keep away from demolished structures, warning that scavenging on the sites of the demolished structures across the state is not only criminal, but dangerous to human safety.
Governor Abba Yusuf gave the go ahead for the exercise six days after his assumption of power. He had accused his predecessor, Abdullahi Ganduje of giving out public land to private individuals.
Ganduje dismissed the allegation and said some of the structures were approved by his executive council as Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects.
The government’s bulldozers first rolled over the Kano Race Course where the three storey plaza consisting of 90 shops was reduced to rubble.