FMBN to expedite action on NHF refund
Determined to improve the image of the organisation, the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria (FMBN) has made a paradigm shift towards sustainable profitability and the delivery of quality services to National Housing Fund....
Cross River partners German city of Dortmund on solar homes
In a bid to bring succour to displaced people of Bakassi, Cross River State Government has entered into a partnership with the city of Dortmund in Germany for the building of solar powered houses.
Africa 50 to mobilise $1 billion for infrastructure projects
Following its historic Constitutive General Assembly, which took place in July 2015, where 20 African countries and the African Development Bank subscribed to a total of $830 million in its initial share capital...
Engineers lament unemployment rate, exclusion in dam projects
President of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (NSE), Oliver Otis Anyaeji and his counterpart in the Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), Mr. Kashim Ali, made the observation at...
Amide seeks ban on clay bricks import, launches N4.5b factory
One of the leading firms in the promotion of affordable building materials, Amide Clay Industries Nigeria Limited has urged the Federal Government to ban the importation of clay bricks into the country.
Developer unveils Port Harcourt’s Garden Heights estate
One of the leading private estate developers that provide affordable premium housing, Port Harcourt Gardens Limited (PGL) has launched its multi-billion naira Garden Heights Estate located at GRA Phase III, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
Residents decry poor infrastructure in Abuja estate
Residents of the Cooperative City Garden Estate Sabon Lugbe in Federal Capital Territory, Abuja have decried the absence of critical infrastructure within the estate and called on the Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria...
Stakeholders seek single digit interest rate for mortgage loans
Still grappling with the problem of access to long-term fund for housing, stakeholders have urged the Federal and State governments to maintain the single digit interest rate in mortgage loan even if it requires subsidizing for the low income earners.