FCT Minister, Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed, has said his administration may revoke plots in areas or districts already provided with basic infrastructure and reallocate same to genuine and serious people interested in developing them.
He made this threat on Day 3 of the FCT national good governance tour on Saturday at the Federal Capital City (FCC) site office in Karmo district.
The minister said that the government has met its own part of obligation by proving the required basic infrastructure and therefore allottees in such areas must rise to the occasion by taking possession of their property by developing them or risk revocation.
Mohammed wondered why any serious allottee will not take advantage of the world class infrastructure provided by the government unless the allottee is a prospective land speculator.
He disclosed that the provision of infrastructure in the Karmo district is wholly funded by FCT Administration through its Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) which is the FCT statutory budget.
The minister said though the project was initiated by a previous FCT administration but the present administration is committed towards completing the entire project in a short period of time.
Speaking at the site, the Minister of Information, Mr. Labaran Maku, praised FCT administration for not waiting for the federal government before undertaking the project that has direct benefit on the Nigerian people.
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