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How to Identify a Good Quality Housing

good quality housing

In a country where only few houses are home-worthy, it shouldn’t be hard to tell a quality housing. However because of our constant exposure to economic hardship and poverty our idea of quality housing may have been compromised. So when a Nigerian says he lives in a house of high quality; a house that lives up to expectations and the ...

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Top 10 Weirdest Buildings on Earth

top 10 weirdest buildings on earth

We are about to share with you amazing and weird pictures and details of buildings/places you never thought existed. The only way you would have come across buildings in this article is probably watching a Hollywood movie. These pictures and info will hold you spellbound! If you are opportuned to take a tour round one of the buildings displayed below, ...

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Land Acquisition Policy in Nigeria

land acquisition in Nigeria

Since 1978, the major legislation regulating land acquisition within the country has been the Land Use Act of 1978 which states that all land in a State is to be held in trust by the State Governor for the benefit of all Nigerians. By law, foreigners may also acquire land wherever it is located in the country from either the ...

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Nigeria’s construction industry in standstill, waiting for Buhari

construction industry

Nigeria’s construction industry has been near standstill for the past few months due to the triple combination of the inability of the Federal Government to roll out its economic policies, huge debt owed contractors and the advent of the rainy season. The industry which contributes about 70 percent of the country’s gross domestic product, GDP, is having serious multiplier effects on ...

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The right kinds of homes for kids in a sane world

“The right kinds of homes” is relative to that part of the world you find yourself. If you are in a developed society, then it may probably be easy to get. However its a different tale for my counterparts in developing countries while under-developed countries are worse of. White kids have luxuries but do you think black kids don’t love ...

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Is the ‘NASS’ complex dome really tied to Islam?

There has been many arguments and counter arguments as to the religious implications of the large dome on the National Assembly Complex. One school of thought holds that sentiment was involved while the NASS complex was been erected. Some Nigerians claim the dome has strings of Islam tied around it. But is that really the case? A dome has multiple ...

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Structural failures in Nigeria and its agents

For almost six decades, Nigeria as an independent nation has been striving to develop itself in every field of human endeavour, obstacles notwithstanding. Currently, Nigeria is pursuing the “Vision 20-2020” as one of its strategies to become one of the top leading 20 economies by the year 2020. On the other hand, the built environment, in any country, determines the ...

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The Surveying Profession and Public Interest

Estate Surveyors and valuers are not so well perceived in the public’s eye, that’s if they are even known. Albeit, a distinguishing feature of a profession is its acceptance of its responsibility to the public. The clients of Estate Surveyors and Valuers consist of the three arms of government; private investors, the business and financial community, and others who rely ...

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Hutbay Unveils Custom Webpages for Estate Agents and Developers

Lagos-based online marketplace for properties, Hutbay, has unveiled customizable web pages for estate agents and developers, to boost their online presence. Hutbay made this known to TechCabal via an email conversation with company CEO, Owolabi Olatunji. According to an official release from Hutbay, the customizable web pages, which has been in beta for some weeks now, will allow real estate ...

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The National Assembly Complex

The National Assembly complex of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is an eye-catching architectural masterpiece that houses a bicameral legislature established under section 4 of the Nigerian Constitution consisting of a Senate and a 360-member House of Representatives. The body, scissored after the federal Congress of the United States, is designed to guarantee equal representation of the states irrespective of ...

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