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FG Commences Construction Of 250 Units Of Housing Estate In Abia

FG Commences Construction Of 250 Units Of Housing Estate In Abia

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Summary : The Federal Government has flagged off the construction of a 250 housing units in Bende Federal Constituency of Abia state as part of efforts at addressing the Housing needs of the country. The Minister of Housing and Urban Development, Ahmed Dangiwa performed the ground breaking ceremony of the project in Umuoche. Deputy Speaker Hon. Benjamin Kalu, who represents Bende Federal Constituency, expressed gratitude to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu for choosing Bende as the location for the Renewed Hope agenda housing estate in Abia State. The project, which is a 250-unit estate, is being constructed under the Renewed Hope Cities and Estates Programme of the Federal Ministry of Housing and Urban Development was attracted by the deputy speaker who also represents the constituency in the House of Representatives. The 250 housing unit in Bende will consist of 50 units of 1-bedroom semi-detached bungalows, 150 units of 2-bedroom semi-detached bungalows and 50 units of 3-bedroom semi-detached bungalows. President Tinubu through the Minister of Housing and Urban Development called on developers to ensure the project was completed within the three months window and according to specifications also. In a statement by the Chief Press Secretary to the Deputy Speaker, Levinus Nwabughiogu, Kalu said the project would boost the confidence of the people in the APC led federal government under him. The Deputy Speaker also assured the people of more democracy dividends, appealing to them to support the administration of President Tinubu. The event attracted Bende traditional rulers, several youths and women from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC). (THE NATION)

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