FCTA may revokes title of 435 abandoned buildings in Abuja


The Federal Capital Territory Administration says arrangements have been concluded to sanction owners of 435 uncompleted and abandoned structures in Federal Capital City, Abuja.

This is contained in a statement signed by the Director of Land Administration at Federal Capital Territory Administration, Adamu Hussaini.

The director said the measure is aimed at ensuring adequate protection of lives and property in and around the 250 square kilometers of Abuja.

Adamu Hussaini who revealed that the sanction may include revocation of titles, advised the owners of such abandoned and uncompleted buildings within the City to swiftly work towards the completion of those buildings.

According to him, such structures have become a source of security breach in the city.

He also disclosed that the same fate may befall owners of about 600 undeveloped plots in the Federal Capital City.