KADUNA State Government has said it would provide 10,000 houses in the next four years, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
Mr Rabiu Yunusa, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Development disclosed this on Monday during the 12th Meeting of the National Council on Lands, Housing and Urban Development held at the Umar Musa Yar Adua Conference Centre, Kaduna.
Yunusa, who spoke in an opening remark at the occasion said that the present government under the leadership of Gov. Uba Sani had put in place developmental plans to provide housing facility for masses under the its Urban Renewal project.
“Besides the provision of 500 Charity Houses under the Qatari Charity Foundation, the state government intends to provide 10,000 more houses in the next four years,” Yunusa added.
The pfficial commended the organisers of the meeting describing, it as an avenue for professionals to brainstorm on ways to chart positive path for housing development in Nigeria.
“Kaduna State Government is collaborating with the Federal Government to close the gap and improve upon the housing challenges,” he added.
Also, Mr Kolapo Raheem, Director, Planning, Research and Statistics, Federal Ministry of Housing and Urban Development assured the participants that the occasion would provide renewed housing initiatives that would be beneficial to all and sundry.
He, however, commended Kaduna State Government for providing the right frame policies to boost the housing industry.
The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the occasion was being attended professionals in the housing industry including top government officials. (NAN)
-November 13, 2023 @ 16:25 GMT |