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NIGERIA AT 56, THE HOUSING DEBACLE!

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Today, 1st October 2016, this country, Nigeria attains the age of 56 as an independent nation having been granted full independence on the 1st of October, 1960. If there is any sector that has suffered neglect most in these 56 years, it is the housing sector! There was little or nothing to write about our […]

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Cement – Suffering in the Midst of Plenty

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Nigeria is like the proverbial child of the potter who doesn’t have a pot to cook! This is a country with plenty of crude oil but experiences fuel scarcity regularly because we are unable to refine the crude to produce sufficient fuel for our daily consumption. With purposeful leadership, we should not only be producing […]

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How To Avoid Fire in The House In Nigeria

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The word “Fire” can mean many things to different people at the different times and places.  For example to the typical soldier on war front, “fire” will mean a command to shoot, to the human resources manager and staff, “fire” will mean to sack an employee, to the driver, “fire the engine” will mean to […]

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Understanding The Lagos Tenancy Bill

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There is not much difference between the new Lagos tenancy bill recently passed by the House of Assembly and the rent edict of Buba Marwa of 1997. The prohibition of the collection of advance rents for more than One (1) year is in section four(4) of the existing edict which has not been repealed!. The […]

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Land Allocation Abuse in Nigeria

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  Some times ago there was the news item about a former Minister of Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Abuja allocating several plots of land to his wives, the President and other cronies some of which were done on the day he was leaving office. Similarly, a lot of furors has been generated by several abuse […]

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