The Lagos State Government sealed a property of a former Governor of Abia State, Dr. Orji Uzor Kalu, in Park View Estate, Ikoyi, Lagos.
The sealing of the house is coming on the heels of the criticism of Fashola by Kalu over the deportation of 72 residents of Lagos, who are of South East origin.
The Igbo men and women were dumped by the Lagos State Government under the bridge in Onitsha, Anambra State, in the wee hours of the day.
Amnesty International has in fact put the number of Lagos State residents deported by the Fashola administration at over 9,000.
Kalu had after the development told Fashola to apologise to the Igbos for the deportation and threatened to sue him if he failed to do so.
Reacting to the sealing of the Park View house of Kalu, his Special Adviser (Media), Emeka Obasi, said it was done as a revenge for the criticism of Kalu, who is the Coordinator of Njiko Igbo, a group fighting the cause of the South East.
Obasi said the property had been there for several years and that sealing it after just two weeks of his boss criticsing Fashola over the deportation issue was an indication that there was more to it.
Obasi said Kalu was not the only Igbo to have suffered such fate in Lagos State "after the wicked and ungodly act of deporting legitimate residents of Lagos State."
He added: "Why is it that it is now that the property is being sealed, barely two weeks after my boss disagreed with the action of Fashola?
"We maintain our stand and this will not distract us from fighting for the people.
"The action of the Lagos State Government remains unconstitutional because every citizen of Nigeria has a right to live in any part of the country.
"Fashola should remember that the Igbo community constitutes about 35 per cent of registered voters in Lagos State and they should be treated like they matter in the scheme of things."