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Expert urges Nigerians to key into FG`s housing schemes

The Group Managing Director of Alphea Mead Group, Mr Femi Akintude has said it is only when the people key into government`s housing schemes that it would be able to provide funding for the housing sector. Akintunde further said for the government to actualize the

CORBON, N-Power begin skills acquisition training

The Council of Registered Builders of Nigeria (CORBON) and N-Power have jointly commenced skills acquisition training for 100 Master Trainers in the ongoing ‘Train the Trainer Skills Acquisition Programme for Construction Artisans in Nigeria.’ At the end of the training, the master trainers will be

Addressing Nigeria’s housing challenge

Despite the Federal Government’s promise in 2016 to address the nation’s housing challenge through mass housing, not much has been done in that direction.  President Muhammadu Buhari had at the time said his government would build 5,000 housing units in every state, every year for

Lagos Demolishes 21 Buildings On LSDPC Land

Officials of the Lagos State Building Control Agency, LASBCA, on Thursday demolished 21 buildings erected illegally on government’s land meant to develop mass housing around Ogudu area of Lagos, Southwest Nigeria. The parcel of land measuring 7.6 hectares at Abule Shoko area, Ogudu is said

The Core Objective of the Abuja International Housing Show

Housing matters to economic development. It can not only boost economic performance and place competitiveness, but it can also lead to segregation and spatial concentrations of poverty. The Government’s housing growth plans induces the opportunity to improve the use of housing as an enabler of economic

Court awards $10 million damages against Shoprite for contract breach

After seven years of legal battle, a Lagos High Court, Igbosere has awarded the sum of $10 million against South African retail giant, Shoprite Checkers (PTY) Limited and its business partner, Retail Supermarkets Nigeria Limited for a breach of contract entered with a Nigerian firm,

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