The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has warned residents of the Idu Train Station, Apo Tapi, and Lugbe areas of the Abuja Metropolitan Area Council (AMAC) about the proliferation of unlawful housing estates and other development.
The FCTA through the Department of Development Control (DDC) said it has sent out notifications, marked structures and preparations are ongoing to launch a demolition operation.
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The warning became necessary according to Mukhtar Galadima, DDC Director during a press conference held on Friday because rising advertisement on social by land grabbers and unlicensed developers.
The director revealed that some areas have not yet been detailed with any design but people have been issued fake documents allegedly allocated by AMAC.
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Galadima cautioned, “Our attention has been drawn to some areas of the city where people are developing without any title developments. And we want to educate the public and inform them that some of these adverts are on illegal developments.
“As the department of Development Control in FCT, we found it expedient to adequately inform the citizens on the need to secure building plan and approval, to enable them develop in line with what is being approved”.
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