By Peter Duru
MAKURDI â€” In a renewed move to address the housing needs of Nigerians across the country, the Federal Housing Authority, FHA, has announced the decision of the authority to construct 100,000 units of houses in some parts of the country.
The housing project, which will span four years, will be targeted at meeting the housing needs of low income earners.
The project will also, to a large extent, arrest the high fees being charged as tenancy rates by property owners across the country.
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the FHA,Â Terver Gemade who dropped this hint noted that the agency has devised an action plan to set the foundation that would capture the nationâ€™s housing needs.