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Tinubu begins allocation of affordable houses to Nigerians

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The President Bola Tinubu-led Federal Government has commenced the allocation of affordable houses to Nigerians, an official has confirmed.

The Federal Controller of Housing in charge of Adamawa, Martin Gyado, disclosed this in an interview on Friday in Yola.

Gyado stated that Tinubu has improved the National Housing Programme and introduced renewed hope in cities and estates.

“These renewed hope cities and estates were introduced to make the houses more affordable to common Nigerians.

“To that effect, the Federal Ministry of Housing has written a request to all state governments to provide 50 hectares of land for that purpose,” Gyado said.

According to him, Adamawa’s correspondence has already reached Gov. Umaru Fintiri and is awaiting his approval.

He stated that the present allotment of dwellings built during the previous administration had lessened the country’s housing shortfall.

Furthermore, the controller stated that application forms are free of charge and available at all controller offices around the country.

“In Adamawa, the housing projects are in three phases; two phases of 190 units have been completed and fully serviced with infrastructural roads, electricity, and water.

“The applicants should be rest assured that due process will be employed as long as they qualify and meet the awarding criteria.

“People have a chance of getting the houses, although the number of subscribers surpassed the available houses,” he said.

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