Nigeria has performed poorly in housing the poor, says Okunnu
The so-called democracy day is nothing to me. The important date in our history is the day Nigeria gained her independence from the British and that was October 1, 1960.
Estate surveyors in Nigeria seek establishment of valuer-general office
Lagos State Branch Chairman, Mr. Samuel Ukpong, who made the call in a press conference to mark NIESV week in Lagos, disclosed that the institution has prepared a bill and has forwarded to the Executive and the State’s House of Assembly.
OGFZA gets land from Bayelsa State for free zone business
The Oil and Gas Free Zones Authority (OGFZA) got a major boost in a bid to fulfill its core mandate and play a key role in the Federal Government drive for foreign direct investments
Edo drives clean-up project with central bus facility
Ahead of the completion of the central park to pave way for its clean-up project in the Benin metropolis, Edo state government has provided a temporary central bus terminal at the Oba Akenzua Cultural Central premises.
African ministers endorse ‘Durban Declaration’ for SDGs implementation
Eventually, waking up to the realties arising from the growing exposure to unsafe drinking water, inadequate sanitation and poor hygiene in the African Region...
Edo State to build affordable homes
In a renewed effort to address the over 300,000 housing deficit, Edo State Government has revealed plans to build affordable houses.
Residents urge court to withdraw warrant on Magodo Phase II
The last is yet to be heard over a dispute surrounding the acquisition of Magodo Phase II land by Lagos State Government, as residents, mostly property owners and Shangisha Landlords Association are now in loggerheads..
Why we reviewed our land survey fees, by surveyors
Following public outcry over the increase in land survey fees to about 300 per cent by the Lagos State Chapter of the Nigerian Institution of Surveyors (NIS), the body last week explained...