Landmark Africa, the parent company of Landmark Resort Beach, has announced the commencement of the refund process for customers affected by the recent demolition of portions of its properties by the Federal Government.

In a statement posted on its X account on Friday, Landmark Africa informed customers that refunds are being facilitated through the Landmark Citizen App.

Acknowledging the patience of their customers, the management advised that the completion of the refund process might be delayed due to the high number of requests.


“Dear Landmark Citizens, we would like to assure you all that we have started issuing refunds to those who requested a refund of their money on the Landmark Citizen App.

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“Please be patient with us, due to the volume of requests, this process will take some time. Be rest assured that all refund requests will be processed,” the statement read.

The demolition occurred on Monday, affecting a portion of Landmark Beach on Victoria Island, Lagos, to make way for the Lagos-Calabar coastal highway.

Minister of Works, David Umahi, defended the demolition, stating that the Landmark centre encroached upon the Federal Government’s right-of-way.


The Breeze Beach Club, Mami Chula, and other beach businesses were also demolished in the process.