Bauchi to registered 100,000 land properties within five month : Commissioner Land and Survey.

By : Sani Adamu Hassan

Traditional tittle holders and Stakeholders within the axis of Miri and Tirwun district in Bauchi state capital have been call upon to give maximum cooperation in order to implement the replaning of the two corridors.

The state commissioner ministry of Land and Survey Professor Adamu Ahmed disclosed this during a sensitization meeting with traditional title holders, security agent, officials of the state development board held in Bauchi.

Adamu Ahmed said that Bauchi is the fastest growing city in the northern eastern region, stressed the need to build up a synergy between stakeholders and the ministry in order to implement some of the government programs.

He added that the state government was committed to provide infrastructural development through creating and sensitizing land administrators.

The Commissioner also used the medium call on traditional institutions to work with the state development board, security agents on immigrants with a view to achieve a certain goal.

Adamu Ahmed reiterate the commitment of the ministry to conduct land title registration through the support of world bank targeting hundred thousand properties within five month.

He emphasize the need for land owners to work within the frame work of the law through seeking an approval from the state development board.

On his part, the District head of Miri Malam Hussaini Abubakar Othman promise to give total support to the state government in order to implement the policies and programs as well as providing infrastructural development.

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