Nasarawa, World Bank to Begin Property Registration In 6 LGAs, Says NAGIS DG 

-April 21, 2021               

      The Director General, Nasarawa Geographic Information Service 

     (NAGIS), Mr. Sonny Agassi has disclosed that the state government

      in collaboration with World Bank, will start enumeration exercise on

      property registration in selected Local Government Areas of the

       state. 

      The collaborative exercise, will be conducted under Worlds Banks

      State fiscal transparency, accountability, sustainability (SFTAS)

      Program -for - Results (P for R), would be in Karu, Keffi, Nasarawa,

      Akwanga, Lafia and Doma. Agassi stated this on monday, in a 

      Statement he issued and made available to newsmen in Karu, Karu

      Local Government Area of the State. The NAGIS Chief Executive

      said the enumeration exercise would affect both tenants and

      their Landlords in the selected Local Government Areas.

      Resident Enumerators will be visiting the local government areas

      within the next six months for the exercise on property registration.

      He appealed to ward and village heads, property owners     

      and tenants to cooperate and support the team for a hitch   

      free exercise.

      Agassi reiterated the State Governments commitment to the 

      development of infrastructure to improve on the health

      and standard of living of the people of the state, saying that

      this was what informed on the collaboration between the Govt and

      the World Bank.

      "The idea is in line with the commitment of the state Governor ,

       Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule to improve the infrastructural deficit,

       provide additional hospitals, reduce the housing deficit and                                                                                                                                                 increase water supply," He said. (NAN)

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Source: Daily Asset

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