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Ogun state government partners Chinese firm in road projects

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Ogun State – In its drive at revitalizing the economic activities at Agbara – Igbesa axis, Ogun State government is partnering with a private firm, China- Africa Investment for the reconstruction of the 10-kilometre Lusada-Igbesa road. The reconstruction of the single carriageway is being done through Public-Private-Partnership(PPP). The road projects come with median, street lights, drains and walkway facilities. Speaking ...

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Ogun State Govt. Builds 96 Modern Houses For Villagers

Ogun State Govt. Builds 96 Modern Houses For Villagers

The Ogun State Government has relocated villagers at Itoku-Elewe Irepodun along Sagamu-Abeokuta Expressway to a new settlement within the area, where it has built 96 modern houses for them. The Secretary to the State Government, Mr. Taiwo Adeoluwa, disclosed this on Friday while briefing journalists on the programme of events for the state’s 40th anniversary celebration. He said the relocation ...

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Issuance of Certificate of Occupancy in Ogun State

A Certificate of Occupancy (C of O) is a document issued by Authorities to a land owner as evidence of ownership of land. It contains the terms and conditions for the grant of the land. A C of O is issued by the Governor of a state or the President in the case of Federal Capital Territory (FCT) which power ...

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Mortgage bank in partnership to meet housing needs of Nigerians

Restructure mortgage system, Prof. Nubi Urges FG

Just Shelter & Allied Products Limited has developed 14 blocks with six three-bedroom flats in each block at David’s Court Estate Arepo, Ogun State. In an effort to meet the housing needs of Nigerians through mortgage creation, Resort Savings and Loans Plc., a mortgage bank with headquarters in Lagos begins a business collaboration with Just Shelter & Allied Products Limited ...

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The Ogun State Homeowners’ Charter Initiative

Certificates of Occupancy

Customarily, property ownership are largely informal and undefined, whereby there are no documents to prove ownership and lands are self protected which has led to many resorting to self-help in order to physically protect their property. As a result of this problem, the Ogun State Government has shown an uncommon understanding of the issues and has designed a new system ...

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