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Kaduna State Government Partners with Federal Housing Authority to Address Housing Deficit

Kaduna State Government Partners with Federal Housing Authority to Address Housing Deficit

In a bid to tackle the housing deficit in Kaduna State, Senator Uba Sani, the Governor of Kaduna State, held a crucial meeting with the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the Federal Housing Authority (FHA), Hon. Oyetunde Ojo, and his top management team at Sir Kashim Ibrahim House in Kaduna.

The meeting focused on establishing a partnership to facilitate the provision of mass housing solutions for the people of Kaduna.

Expressing satisfaction with the commitment demonstrated by the FHA, Governor Uba Sani directed the Kaduna Geographic Information System (KADGIS) to identify a suitable site for allocation to the FHA.

“We are committed to addressing the housing deficit in Kaduna State in line with our administration’s policy thrust and President Bola Tinubu’s Renewed Hope Agenda,” stated Senator Uba Sani, emphasizing the government’s dedication to ensuring affordable housing for its citizens.

This collaboration marks a significant step towards alleviating the housing challenges faced by residents of Kaduna State, aligning with broader national development objectives.

The partnership between the Kaduna State Government and the FHA is poised to positively impact the socio-economic landscape of the state by providing accessible housing options for its populace, according to the statement.

The initiative reflects a proactive approach by the Kaduna State Government under the leadership of Governor Uba Sani, demonstrating a commitment to inclusive growth and sustainable development.

The details of the meeting were on the official X handle of Governor Uba Sani.

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