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24 Jan
More landlords would emerge this year, going by the Lagos State Government’s plan to build 7,000 new homes for low-income earners.
26 Jul 2021
Disturbed by the insecurity posed by the structures, residents of Agric road in Egan-Igando in Alimosho Local Government area of Lagos have appealed to the government...
26 Apr 2021
Mrs Titi Akinlowo’s dream was to have a roof over her head and become a property owner in Lagos; eight years after, her hope seems dashed.
18 Nov 2019
With about three million in housing deficits, the Lagos Home Ownership Mortgage Scheme (Lagos HOMS) conceived by the Babatunde Fashola administration was seen as a game-changer in home ownerships by housing experts..
13 Apr 2015
Officials hinged the establishment of new town development initiative on government’s agenda to further manage the problem of congestion in the metropolis and also redirect traffic away from the metropolis. Currently, work has commenced in some of the identified sites

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