Anyone Applying For C-of-O In Abuja Must Submit NIN, BVN – Wike

UPDATE: Wike Reveals Land Revocation Is Not Targeted At Anybody

by Victor Ndubuisi

Nyesom Wike, Minister of the Federal Capital Territory, has guaranteed that the revocation order given to owners of unfinished buildings and plots was not directed at any individual or organisation.

He stated that the revocation order was issued to alter the landscape of the territory and prevent criminals from hibernating there.

The minister stated yesterday in Abuja that religious organisations would be granted additional time to complete their projects.

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According to Wike: “In order to fight crime and change the landscape of the city, we will not allow uncompleted buildings. Therefore, those who gave theirs, go now and start completing.


”We know the finances of religious groups; they are handicapped as they are not business people, and it is only when people come to support them.

“In such areas, we can say on religious grounds, instead of three months, we can give additional time, but it is not targeted at anybody or group. Now, you have come and explained, which any reasonable man would accept.

”So our people should stop saying he is targeting so group or religion or ethnic group. No, it is in the interest of all of us.

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“We will extend it, so we will not restrict it to three months for you as a religious group because there is no money as people come to support you. And it is only when they support that you can carry out whatever you are doing.”


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