Kaduna State Government has granted additional five days for the owners of uninhabitable and dilapidated developments to comply with the earlier directive given to them.
A statement signed by the Public Relations Executive of the Kaduna State Urban Planning and Development Authority (KASUPDA), Nuhu Garba, stressed that some developments were identified as unstable, uninhabitable, dilapidated, abandoned, substandard used of materials with poor workmanship and poor quality of building materials.
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The statement said: “In view of this, the Authority issued notices to the owners and the notices time frame have been expired as noted in the release.”
The statement added: “Building at Makera Road, opposite new market, one storey commercial development, 3.B3 Faskere street Kakuri, one storey commercial/residential development.