Anambra State is among the states that have been selected as pilot states to benefit from a special
The scheme involves the construction of 10,000 housing units across the country to be funded by the
Each of the pilot states would have a maximum of 500 units of housing and each house would carry a 20-year mortgage facility.
During a visit to the Minister of Land,
While fielding questions from the press immediately after the visit, Obiano further explained that housing was a vital enabler to the major policy thrust of his administration and that he was determined to pursue a vigorous housing policy that would change the landscape of the three leading cities in the state, Onitsha, Awka and Nnewi.
According to him, his administration had set up an ambitious plan that would transform Awka, the state capital into one of the perfectly planned and organised cities in the federation with a special attention to aesthetics and functionality.
"I have inaugurated a special
Speaking on the feasibility of the take off of the housing scheme in Anambra State, a renowned architect and foremost housing consultant, Arc.
"The contractors may move to site in July. The governor has demonstrated a great deal of interest," he explained and further pointed out that Anambra would most likely be the first state in the federation to benefit from this all important scheme.
Following the countdown to the commemoration of his first 100-Days in Office,
On Tuesday this week, the governor had paid a courtesy call on the Federal Minster of the Environment, Honourable Laurentia Mallam, in
To give fillip to the Federal Government's initiative on the war against soil erosion,
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