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Senator Ibikunle Amosun relay issues behind delay in issuance of C of O

C of O

Senator Ibikunle Amosun, Ogun State Governor, has identified lack of proper documentation and incomplete payment by applicants under the Homeowners’ Charter Programme as factors responsible for the delay in issuance of Certificates of Occupancy (C of O). Amosun stated this during the 29th edition of presentation of Certificates of Occupancy and Building Plan Approval to another batch of beneficiaries at ...

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Kwara assembly wades into Air Force, community land dispute

Kwara assembly wades into Air Force, community land dispute

“The Kwara House of  Assembly on  Thursday urged the state government to pay compensation to Alagbado community in Eiyenkorin, a suburb of llorin, for the 20 hectares of land it sold to the Nigerian Airforce in  1985. The House made the plea after considering the report of a  petition submitted to its Committee on Public Petition. In the petition, the ...

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How FMBN can boost housing stock, by professionals

Primary Mortgage Banks

“With Nigerian mortgage industry entering a new era in which efficiency, speed and the customer experience will be more crucial than ever, housing professionals have urged the new helmsman of the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria, (FMBN) Ahmed Dangiwa to focus on cheap and long term funds, with low digit interest rates and longer debentures.”- The Guardian They believe that housing ...

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What You Should Know About Land Status

land status

Ordinarily knowing your land status saves you from several heartaches that come with land hassles. I have witnessed many cases in the course of my real estate sojourn where people buy land without doing their due diligence. Today, I will be giving you an insight into what you should know about different land status. Imagine a situation where Ministry of ...

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The Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP)

Every city or country requires structural planning. This is to enable the government strategize appropriately and effectively with the purpose of meeting the social, economic and environmental needs of the citizens. In Nigeria, the Nigerian Institute of Town Planners (NITP) is the leading body tasked with the responsibility of improving the art and science of planning. It is responsible for ...

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