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Would you buy a house or build from scratch?

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Last week, we conducted a vox pop on Facebook to gather people’s opinions about whether they would like to buy a house or build from scratch? We got very many reactions. It was not surprising to learn that majority of the people who expressed their opinions would rather build their houses from scratch than buy the house. Many people would ...

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Looted Funds: Where To Invest – Infrastructure or Housing?

affordable housing units

It is no longer news that the Buhari led government has taken the fight against corruption in the country as top on its priority list and from news making the rounds, it’s safe to say they are making progress by recovering some of our looted funds and properties. To some, recovering looted funds should not be the ultimate goal. The ultimate ...

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Lekki Gardens MD Detention; Rash Or Justified?

Lekki Gardens MD Detention; Rash Or Justified?

Last Friday, court ordered the remand of the Managing Director of Lekki Gardens, Richard Nyong and one of the contractors handling the project, Odofin Taiwo Henry for 30 days, as police investigate the deadly collapse of a five-storey structure handled by the firm. The building crumbled around 3am on the 8th of March killing about 35 people. In a country ...

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Does Having A Property In Dubai Make You Corrupt?

Does Having A Property In Dubai Make You Corrupt?

On the 19th of January 2016, Nigeria was greeted with the news of President Muhammadu Buahri signing agreements with United Arab Emirate (UAE) to enhance bilateral agreements between them. These agreements were reported to have been geared towards fighting corruption, thereby recovering Nigeria’s stolen funds and assets. Since the inception of the present Buhari led administration, the government has not ...

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Lassa Fever: Can We Totally Get Rid Of Rats?

Lassa Fever: Can We Totally Get Rid Of Rat?

You might not know it but more than 41 Nigerians are reported to have been dead following the outbreak of Lassa fever. The death toll has exceeded the figure recorded during the outbreak of the Ebola Virus in the country two years ago. Lassa fever is an acute viral haemorrhagic illness caused by Lassa virus, a member of the arenavirus ...

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