The Federal Ministry of Works and Housing has initiated a review of house sales under the National Housing Program, opening applications for interested Nigerians both within the country and abroad.
In an official statement signed by Mahmuda Mamman, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Works and Housing, it was announced that the review would involve the issuance of Expression of Interest forms to potential applicants.
As part of the new sales program, interested individuals are encouraged to acquire Expression of Interest forms, and the statement explicitly mentioned that those who received provisional offers of allocation between 2022 and 2023 are welcome to re-apply.
The statement read, “The Ministry is currently in the process of revising the conditions and procedures for sales of houses under the National Housing Programme.”
“Part of the new sales process is the completion of an Expression of Interest form.”
“Interested subscribers who were offered a provisional offer of allocation that elapsed between 10th March 2022 and 18th October 2023 are free to re-apply by completing the Expression of Interest form.”
“All interested subscribers are to obtain their Expression of Interest forms from the office of the Federal Controllers of Housing and Urban Development in the 36 states of the Federation and Federal Capital Territory at no cost.”
“However, Nigerians in the diaspora who are interested in subscribing to the houses are to obtain their Expression of Interest Forms from the office of the Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission,” the statement signed by Mamman stated.