Paschal Emeka, Abuja
The dreams and aspirations of Nigerians to be landlords and landladies through affordable housing schemes may soon be a reality as Federal Government, through Nigerian Building and Road Research Institute (NBRRI) on Monday signed a Memorandum Of Understanding (MoU) with a housing developer, Regional Sustainable Energy Center of Excellence for Sub Saharan Africa, the firm is expected to gulp about N8.33 trillion
Speaking at the MoU signing ceremony in Abuja, the Head of delegation for the Firm, Alhaji (Dr.) Aminu Trader explained that the project is aimed at providing Nigerians with affordable, convenient, and Mass Housing in the country.
Alhaji Trader informed that the project will finally come on stream after the endorsement of the MoU between his organization and the government which he explained has been on the table for a decade.
Earlier in his address, Alhaji Trader expressed optimism about the viability and workability of the proposed Housing project adding that many foreign investors have been waiting for the endorsement.
He promised to ensure quality and speedy projects stressing that opportunities will be made to accommodate many Nigerians to work under the scheme.
Caption: From left Alhaji Aminu Trader and DG NBRRI, Dr. Samson Duna during the MoU signing in Abuja… recently.