The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) says it will soon commence the issuance of Certificates of Occupancy (C-of-O) to the beneficiaries of the Mass Housing programme in the territory.
The FCT Director of Lands Administration, Adamu Hussaini, disclosed this while receiving the Management Team of Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) in his office in Abuja on Friday. Hussaini said arrangements were on top gear to collate names of the beneficiaries from the project developers to enable them to have bankable title documents to their properties.
“This will also afford them opportunities to even access credit facilities from financial institutions,’’ he added. The director, however, expressed concern over the rate at which plots in the estate were illegally being sold to the public, saying that was at variance with government’s good intentions. “Mass housing plots were not allocated to be sold but to be built on.
It is aimed at providing affordable housing to low income earners across the territory,’’ he said. Hussaini warned that developers going contrary to the objectives of the programme would definitely be sanctioned in accordance with the laws of the land.
Arts & Entertainments19 hours ago
Radio journalist, Tosyn Bucknor, is dead
Metro and Crime19 hours ago
How prophet defrauded me of N128m –Banker
News16 hours ago
Plans to impeach Saraki alive – Ndume
Metro and Crime16 hours ago
Armed robbers kill 4 in Ekiti bank attack
News15 hours ago
N33bn fraud: Indicted NEMA DG transfers, witch-hunt staff over refusal to forge and backdate documents
News17 hours ago
BREAKING: Gunmen kidnap Plateau monarch
Politics16 hours ago
PDP introduced vote-buying, says Sen. Ndume
News19 hours ago
Buhari, Aisha’s impersonators appear in court