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‘We want to know who owns the land’ ….Senate gives Army, FCT Minister ultimatum to sort out Abuja land grab

$2.1bn arms deal: One of the houses sealed by the EFCC in Kaduna. Photo: Olu Ajayi

It was Sonny Okosun, who made an enduring fame from a blockbuster entitled, “We want to know who owns the land”. The chartbuster, which criticized land grabbing by white supremacists in Namibia from the aborigines, highlighted the harmful effect of the unending inhuman treatment of the natives by the imperialists.

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Why FCT is littered with abandoned houses — NIESV president

The new President of the Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers NIESV, Bolarinwa Patunola-Ajayi has said that the Federal Capital Territory FCT, is littered with unoccupied buildings, because majority of them are proceeds of corruption, calling on the federal government to be serious in introducing property tax to address housing problem in the country.

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Dearth of Artisans: Lagos flags off Master Craftsman Project

AGAINST the backdrop of artisans in the country which is one of the major challenges confronting housing delivery in Nigeria, Lagos state government at the weekend officially announced its planned take off of Master Craftsman Project aimed at exposing craftsmen and artisans in the building construction industry to the training needed to offer suitable services to the people.

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FG reiterates determination to address housing problem

PRESIDEBNT Muhammadu Buhari has reiterated his administration’s commitment towards addressing housing problem in the country, just as the Shelter Afrique raised alarm over looming crisis in housing sector in Africa. The President stated that for the government to avert housing crisis in Nigeria by the year 2020, it had kicked start the process by earmarking N40b in this year’s capital budget for a comprehensive housing programme for the low income earners in the country, while still retaining housing standard.

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