The Nigerian Institution of Estate Surveyors and Valuers has disclosed plans to draw the attention of all relevant stakeholders to issues capable of derailing the Federal Government’s housing programme aimed at constructing 10,000 houses in each state of the federation.
The Chairman, Faculty of Housing, NIESV, Biodun Odeleye, said there was a need for the government to ensure that the project work by reducing to the barest minimum corruption, while keeping focus on building houses that would meet the needs of the people.
He said, “We learnt of a proposal in some quarters for 10,000 housing units to be built in each state of the federation, including the Federal Capital Territory. Such appears a giant step and a quantum leap towards getting out of the housing quagmire in Nigeria. Read more