The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA) has issued a stern warning to property developers, urging them to conduct thorough due diligence on land before making any acquisitions. This advisory follows a recent demolition exercise in Gosa District aimed at reclaiming over 100 hectares of land illegally fenced off by encroachers.

Director of the Department of Development Control, Tpl Mukhtar Galadima, emphasised the importance of collaborating with anti-corruption agencies to apprehend individuals involved in illegal land grabbing activities.

Dr. Peter Olumuji, Secretary of Command and Control at FCTA, condemned criminal activities related to land grabbing, including the falsification of documents and violent confrontations with authorities. During the recent operation, eight perpetrators were arrested, and will face legal consequences for their actions.

The FCTA is committed to protecting unsuspecting citizens from purchasing properties obtained through deceitful means, and encourages prospective buyers to verify land allocations with government agencies for transparency and legitimacy.

Hamza Adamu, CEO of Ivory Shelters Nigeria Limited, confirmed the legitimate allocation of land for a mixed-use development project in Gosa District. He assured ongoing infrastructure development, security measures, affordability, and client protection within the allocated land. Theproject is aimed at establishing a low-cost estate accessible to all, with a projected completion timeline of five years.

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