Gov Nasir Pledges To Pay Land Compensation Of 500 FHA Houses Builds In Kebbi

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By Umar Faruk Birnin Kebbi 

Kebbi State Governor Nasir Idris, has pledged to pay lands compensation used for the construction of 500 pilot housing units by the Federal Housing Authority (FHA) in Birnin Kebbi.

The Governor disclosed this when the Managing Director of FHA paid him a courtesy visit at government house Birnin Kebbi.

He said, “I am the most happiest person today as i attach topmost importance to the provision of affordable housing to the cross section of people, workers and non workers alike.

“When I was NLC Chairman and NUT President, we clamoured for the govenrment to construct houses for the workers.

“That was how the Adamu Aliero housing estate was constructed and allocated to the workers at owner-occupier basis, outright purchase and including federal workers”.

He further stated that his administration will do everything possible to enable the FHA to achieve its core mandate.

He also promised that all the needed documents for the planned housing estate will be made available at the most earliest time by the State Ministry of Lands and Housing.

While speaking, the Managing Director of Federal Housing Authority, Hon. Oyetunde Ojo had earlier thanked the Governor for his sustained support to the FHA, saying, “FHA is your own.

“The Federal Government is committed to providing affordable housing to Nigerians in line with the Renewed Hope Agenda of President Bola Tinubu ”

He said that he was in Birnin Kebbi to solicit for land allocation support, robust synergy and corporate partnership with the state government.

“We want to work together to achieve our common goal of providing affordable housing to the people of the state, ” he added.

He commended Governor Nasir Idris for the development strides in Kebbi State, particularly the State Capital, Birnin Kebbi.

‘ When I visited Kebbi some years back, the streets are in darkness bit now I can see new roads and streets lights everywhere. As you light the streets of Kebbi, may God continue to light you’, he prayed.


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