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Bauchi authorities, FHF flag off 2,500 housing models

Bauchi State authorities, in collaboration with Family Homes Funds (FHF), has flagged off building of two,500 housing models value N12 billion. The homes goal low-income earners within the state.

During the flag-off in Bauchi on the weekend, Governor Bala Mohammed revealed that the homes had been shared throughout the six emirates of the state.
He mentioned the mission would cut back the issue of housing, which was worsened by the inflow of Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) from different North East states.

Mohammed defined that Bauchi metropolis can be given 1,500 models, Azare in Katagum 350, Misau 250, Ningi 200, Jama’are 100 whereas Dass obtained 100.

“We thank the Federal Government for addressing the housing deficit, which has been characteristic of our profile. Let me reiterate here that the Minister of Finance (Zainab Ahmed) is a champion of this programme,” the governor mentioned.

He mentioned the mission would run concurrently to be accomplished inside 12 months, as 30 per cent of the N12 billion had been paid to the contractors and subsequent funds can be carried out because the mission progresses.On completion, he added, the president (Muhammadu Buhari) can be invited to grace the commissioning.

However, the governor promised to distribute the homes throughout get together strains, in addition to amongst civil servants, the normal establishment and others.
FHF will fund the mission.

According to the Managing Director, Mr. Femi Adewole, FHF is a social housing programme initiated by the Federal Government to supply low-cost mortgages for low-income people and households throughout the nation.He pleaded with the state authorities to make the houses extra liveable by planting bushes, offering good roads, hospitals and different social facilities within the areas.


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