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Ogun to fast-track issuance of CoOs

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Ogun State Head of Service, Elder Olusola Adeyemi (m), flanked by the Director General, Bureau of Lands and Survey, Mr. Biyi Ismail (r), Commissioner for Urban and Physical Planning, Bashorun Adebola Adeife (l), and Homeowners, during collection of CoO, last week.

Ogun State Head of Service, Elder Olusola Adeyemi (m), flanked by the Director General, Bureau of Lands and Survey, Mr. Biyi Ismail (r), Commissioner for Urban and Physical Planning, Bashorun Adebola Adeife (l), and Homeowners, during collection of CoO, last week.

Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosun has challenged the Home Owners’ Charter Programme team to speed up action towards increasing the number of Certificate of Occupancy (CoO) and other title documents issued by the team.

The governor, who was represented by the Director-General and Special Adviser, Bureau of Lands and Survey, Mr. Biyi Ismail, during the presentation of another batch of 1,000 CoO to beneficiaries at the Arcade Ground, Oke-mosan, Abeokuta, said the goal of government was to ensure that people acquire the title documents for their properties with ease as and when due.

He said his administration has been able to fund the Home Owners’ Charter Programme better, than it was while more personnel have been engaged to fast- track the process.

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‘’Let me assure applicants who are yet to collect their documents that the process has been improved upon to issue documents faster. Our government is doing everything to make sure that this programme is completed before the departure of this administration,” he said.

The governor said the programme had bridged the gap between the rich and the poor, noting that everyone participating in it, irrespective of their class, age, colour and purchasing power could now boast of their own title documents, which is made possible by allowing installment payment.

Speaking on behalf of the beneficiaries, Commander (Mrs.) Adijat Akinbote of the Federal Road Safety Commission, Osi-Ota, Ado-Odo Local Government, thanked the the administration for the opportunity to obtain the documents with ease, saying the programme was a success.


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