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Government Reitersates Dedication to Housing Delivery

Arc. Ahmed Musa Dangiwa, Nigeria’s Minister of Housing and Urban Development, has reaffirmed the federal government’s dedication to the goal of establishing an effective housing market that ensures all citizens have access to safe, decent, and reasonably priced housing.

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While describing the substantial progress his ministry has made in implementing President Bola Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Housing Agenda, Dangiwa made these remarks during a ministerial press briefing hosted by the Ministry of Information and National Orientation.

The minister emphasized that the ministry’s plan to advance the housing sector is based on three main points: increasing the economy, rescuing 100 million Nigerians from poverty, and establishing a conducive environment.

It is his sincere belief that the Renewed Hope Housing Programme would serve as an engine for monetary expansion.

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He claims that 50,000 homes will be built across Nigeria as part of the first phase of President Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Cities and Estates Development Programme, which was launched earlier this year in the Karsana District of Abuja.

While outlining the projects, Dangiwa stated that in each of the six geopolitical zones in the nation and FCT, there will be 1,000 housing units per site in the cities, and in the thirty (30) states, there will be 500 housing units per site in the estates.

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