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Federal Capital Territory Minister Revokes 165 Land Plots in Non-Development Clampdown

Federal Capital Territory Minister Revokes 165 Land Plots in Non-Development Clampdown


The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, Nyesom Wike, has taken decisive action by revoking 165 land plots in the serviced districts of the Federal Capital City due to non-development, as disclosed in a statement by Muhammad Hazat Sule, the Director of Information and Communication in the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA).


This significant move was prompted by the Minister's approval, citing violations of the terms of Rights of Occupancy that flagrantly contradicted the stipulations of the 1978 Land Use Act. The affected plots, belonging to both corporate entities and individuals, consistently failed to adhere to the agreement terms outlined in Section 28(5)(a) & (b) of the Land Use Act.


The 165 plots in question are strategically located within various districts in the Federal Capital City, including Central Business District, Maitama (A05), Maitama (A06), Wuse II (A08), Gudu (B01), and Wuye (B03). Others are found in Jabi (B04), Utako (B05), Katampe Extension (B19), Idu Industrial Area (C16), and Asokoro (A04) districts.


In light of these repeated violations and non-development issues, the Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, in accordance with the authority vested in him by Section 28(5)(a) & (b) of the Land Use Act 1978, has officially revoked these titles. The action aims to enforce the terms of development as outlined in the Right of Occupancy agreements.



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