Bauchi Centralises Land Allocations

The Bauchi State Government has centralised all lands allocations within and outside the state capital as they shall be approved by the State Executive Governor in line with Bauchi State Land Use Act 2022 as amended.

The State Executive Council (SEC) also approved the construction and rehabilitation of seventeen new rural and urban roads across the state in an effort to enhance the state’s infrastructure.

These were part of the resolutions made during the State Executive Council meeting presided over by Governor Bala Mohammed.

Briefing Journalists after the meeting, the commissioner of works and transport Ibrahim Gambo Galadima said the roads construction project mostly in the state capital are in addition to the ongoing ones under Governor’s state renewal initiative.

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On her part, the commissioner, Ministry of Lands and Survey Hajiya Amina Katagum said the council has ratified Streets naming and house numbering in all parts of the state to enable the state aligned with the global best practices.

According to Amina Katagum, the move was also aimed at facilitating provision of basic amenities to households and enhance security of lives and properties.

Other memos approved during the council’s meeting include reversing the operations of Yankari transport corporation from the Ministry of Commerce and Industry to Ministry of Works and Transport; moving the Federal Medical Center Azare to Misau Local Government Area as well as introduction of emergency services and ambulance systems to take effective care of accident victims.

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