The Nigerian Army Post Housing Development Limited (NAPHSDL), said it has concluded arrangement to build a total of 221 units housing estate worth N7.5 billion in Benue State.
The housing estate, which is to be located at Otukpo, is being built in conjunction with the Otukpo Local Government Council of Benue State and Betronic West Nigerian Limited.
Managing Director in charge of the Nigerian Army Post-Service Housing Development Limited, Brig.-Gen. Mahe Bashir, made this known in a ceremony organised to sign the agreement between the Army and officials of the Benue State government, in Abuja, said the houses would be made available to both military and civilian personnel at a ratio of 50-50.
He also said that the mode of payment would be made known to the public at a later date.
Gen. Bashir, who said the project was approved by the Chief of Army Staff, Lt.-Gen. Yusuf Buratai, used the occasion to announce that the estate would be for Nigerians irrespective of location, adding that it would be financed through public and private partnership. Read more