By Kolawole Olayinka, Abeokuta
Ogun State government said the newly constructed Phase 1 of Prince Court Estate is specifically designed to take care of the housing need of Civil Servants.
According to the state government, second and third phases of the Estate would accommodate other interested members of the public, who’re desirous of owning their own homes through available mortgage options of National Housing Fund and Rent To Own provided by Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria and Family Homes Fund in synergy with Ogun State Government.
Commissioner for Housing, Jagunmolu Omoniyi, who stated this while featuring on a live television programme on OGTV, highlighted the activities and achievements of parastatals in the Housing Sector in the last one year, especially Ogun State Ministry of Housing and Ogun State Housing Corporation.
She said the Prince Dapo Abiodun’s administration would continue to provide affordable housing for all, as the Governor has also approved the commencement of affordable land to citizens of Ogun State under the Site and Service Land Scheme (SSLS) coming up in about 9 different locations of the State, with flexible payment plans. Other laudable schemes of Housing Estates are to be replicated in Sagamu, Ijebu Ode & Otta.
While assuring that the second phase of Prince Court Estate would be delivered to successful applicants by September/October 2020, Jagunmolu Akande Omoniyi listed locations for the Site & Service Land Schemes to include; Ayetoro, Ilaro/Ibese, Itori, Ota, Kobape, Ijebu-Epe, Sagamu, Oru-Ago Iwoye and Osiele.