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Nigerians in Diaspora Invited to Register for National Housing Programme

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The Federal Ministry of Works and Housing has extended an invitation to Nigerians residing abroad who are interested in homeownership to register for the National Housing Programme. This initiative aims to evaluate and facilitate the sale of homes, providing citizens with an opportunity to become homeowners under this government-backed program.

The call was made through a statement issued by Mahmuda Mamman, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Works and Housing, on Thursday. The statement outlined the steps for interested applicants, emphasizing the need to obtain Expression of Interest forms, a crucial component of the new home sales procedure.

Applicants who were not selected for a final allocation between the period of March 10, 2022, and October 18, 2023, are also encouraged to reapply through the Expression of Interest form.

In the released statement, Mamman stated, “The Ministry is currently in the process of revising the conditions and procedures for sales of houses under the National Housing Programme. Part of the new sales process is the completion of an Expression of Interest form.”

Interested subscribers, including those who previously received provisional offers of allocation that lapsed between March 10, 2022, and October 18, 2023, have the opportunity to reapply by completing the Expression of Interest form.

To facilitate the application process, the statement highlighted that interested individuals could obtain the Expression of Interest forms at no cost from the offices of the Federal Controllers of Housing and Urban Development in the 36 states of the Federation and the Federal Capital Territory.

For Nigerians living in the diaspora who wish to subscribe to the National Housing Programme, the Expression of Interest Forms is available at the office of the Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission.

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This initiative underscores the government’s commitment to addressing housing challenges and providing avenues for citizens, both at home and abroad, to own homes through structured and transparent processes.


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