The Minister for Housing and Urban Development, Arc. Ahmed Musa Dangiwa, led a momentous ceremony marking the commencement of a remarkable 250-housing-unit project in Nasarawa State.

As part of the Federal Government’s ambitious network of cities and estates program, this initiative aims to deliver 50,000 housing units across the country, ushering in a new era of urban development.

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During the ceremony held at the scenic Shabu Development area of Lafia local government, Musa highlighted the program’s significance, emphasizing its role in transforming Nigeria into a vibrant construction hub.

He explained that the program’s objective is to harness the potential of the housing sector, unlocking job opportunities, boosting economic growth, and contributing to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s vision of a $1 trillion economy.

The housing unit estate project holds immense promise, not only in terms of providing shelter but also in creating employment opportunities for a wide range of professionals, including architects, engineers, builders, plumbers, electricians, and suppliers of building materials.

Musa assured attendees that the project would be completed on time, with an unwavering commitment to quality construction work.

Expressing gratitude to the distinguished guests for their presence, Musa acknowledged their invaluable support, recognizing its pivotal role in the project’s success.

He also lauded President Tinubu’s unwavering commitment to the housing sector and reiterated the government’s determination to fulfill its promises.

Musa emphasized that these housing units would not only offer shelter but also instill a sense of pride and ownership among Nigerians.

The project’s success is of paramount importance, and the government remains steadfast in its dedication to its completion.

Dan-malam Sani, the leader of the Renew Hope Estate development team, expressed heartfelt appreciation to the Executive Governor of Nasarawa State, Engineer Abdullah Sule, for gracing the groundbreaking ceremony.

Sani also thanked Minister Ahmed Musa and Minister of State Alhaji Abdullahi Tijani Gwarzo for providing the opportunity to contribute to this transformative project.

With a commitment to unparalleled quality and design, the Renew Hope Estate will consist of 250 units, including one, two, and three-bedroom semi-detached bungalows. The estate will boast essential amenities such as water supply, well-designed internal roads, and other facilities that enhance residents’ well-being.

Sani acknowledged the significance of this development to the people of Nasarawa State, recognizing its potential to positively impact their lives.

He assured the community that the development team is fully dedicated to delivering a high-quality housing estate that will bring about meaningful change.

Expressing gratitude to community leaders, residents of Nasarawa State, and all esteemed guests, Sani emphasized that this project is a testament to their support.

The Renew Hope Estate is a collective endeavor aimed at enriching the community, and the development team eagerly anticipates the positive transformation it will bring.