Tinubu still commited to providing affordable, decent housing

President Bola Tinubu has reiterated his administration’s commitment to empowering the Federal Ministry of Housing and Urban Development with the political will to boost the housing sector.

President Tinubu gave the assurance while laying the foundation of 3,112 housing units of Renewed Hope City in Karsana, Abuja.

He also pledged his administration’s commitment to ensure the country’s economic prosperity and development.

The President reiterated his administration’s resolve to provide decent and affordable housing to Nigerians.

The 3,112 housing units are a part of the 20,000 housing units to be delivered in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) under a Public Private Partnership (PPP) arrangement being implemented by the Federal Ministry of Housing and Urban Development.

In a statement issued by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Ajuri Ngelale, the President said “this includes well-connected access and internal roads, provision of reliable and uninterrupted electricity, healthcare facilities to offer accessible and quality medical services and educational institutions to provide learning environments that nurture knowledge and skills”.

He added: “Our goal is to increase the sense of togetherness, improve health and productivity of our citizens and reduce pressure on city centres.

“On this note, I am today directing the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and the Minister of Works to provide access roads to all Renewed Hope’s cities’ and estates’ projects to increase accessibility and livability, starting with this site in Karsana.

“This is because my administration believes that every Nigerian deserves to have access to shelter that is affordable and adequate.”



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