Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule, Governor of Nasarawa State at the commissioning of the Ta'al Orange Market Sites and Services Scheme and Ta'al Orange Market Road, Mararaba, both in Karu Local Government Area; as part of activities marking his first 100 days in office.

The former slum area of about 19 hectares has an asphalt road network covering 3.7 kilometers, 58,000 water storage capacity and multiple electricity transformers for power supply with 146 plots for allocation to the general public - making it the first successful site and services scheme in the history of Nasarawa State.

While making his remark at the event, Hon. Sonny appreciated the foresight of the immediate past Governor of the state (Sen. Umaru Tanko Al-Makura) for initiating the scheme and explained that there are many other areas that require the attention of the Nasarawa State Government, especially the Gurku - Kabusu 13,000 smart city project. He assured that residents of Nasarawa State will have decent environments for accommodation with the support, knowledge and exposure of Governor Sule.

Engr. Sule while giving an address pledged to leverage on the closeness of Karu to the Federal Capital Territory by providing the required facilities to attract development and investments to Nasarawa State. He remarked that the Ta'al Orange Market road was constructed at the cost N299 million while N1.2 billion was committed to transforming the slum area into a decent environment for accommodation.



HE, Engr, Abdullahi A. Sule commissioning Ta`al Orange Estate. HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule delivering his speech shortly after his arrival. DG Nagis delivering his speech during opening ceremony. HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule cutting ribbon to commission the access road. From left to rigth Emir of Gurku HRH Alh Jibrin Mammam Waziri, Emir of Uke HRH Abdullahi Hassan Yakanaje and Emir of Karshi HRH Dr. Sani Muhammad Bako during commissioning of the project. DG Nagis (middle) in a group photo with Nagis staffs. HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule and his deputy Dr. Emmanual Akabe shortly before commissioning the project.

HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule having a brief discussion with DG Nagis


HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule handing over 200 signed CofO's to the DG NAGIS during the meeting

HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule handing over 200 signed CofO's to the DG NAGIS during the meeting.


The DG NAGIS, addressing HE Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule after collecting the 200 signed CofO's.


The DG, Sonny Agassi showing his appreciation to HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule during his visit to NAGIS Service Center, Karu.


The Governor, HE Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule having a brief discussion with some investors in NAGIS Service Center, Karu.


HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule exchanging pleasantries with the DG NAGIS before his departure.


Mr. Roland Klaus (Middle) NAGIS Project Manager and some of the GIS Transport Consultants during the Governor's visit to NAGIS Service Center, Karu.

Group photo

HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule in a group photograph with NAGIS Staff.


Welcome Address


The Unit Head (LTU) addressing the students on the activities of NAGIS.



 The students examining samples of Orthophoto images produced in the site inspection department of the organisation.

They were also briefed on the procedures, policies, and standards of inspecting properties of applicants before documents are processed.



Unit Head (LTU) at the Customer Service Unit explaining the process of opening a new file,

conducting legal search, and entering of initial bills.



Unit Head (TPU) explaining the normal routine carried out by planners in the organisation which includes

Inspection and Reporting, and the elements that has to be considered during inspection.




Students were also enlightened on the processes carried out after a new file is opened from the Customer Service Unit.

After opening a file, the sticker which contains all the relevant information about the file is produced for easy tracking in the FTMS.



 Mr. Musa Ahmed (GIS Specialist/Consultant) lecturing some of the students on the overall NAGIS framework

and the components of the NAGIS system which includes LIS, DMS, FTMS, MAPPING and PLANNING  



 A group picture of the visitors with the Co-ordinator (NAGIS), Mr. Khalid Adamu after

series of educative sessions from all departments of NAGIS.