Niger Governor Umar Bago revokes land for IBB University Suleja

Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida University
Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida University [Photo: Wikipedia]
Governor Umar Bago of Niger State has revoked the Certificate of Occupancy (CofO) of the land issued to Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida University (IBB), Suleja.

Mr. Bago, through an Executive Order, said the land was within the state government-designated areas.

On Friday, the governor’s order was conveyed in a press release issued through the Ministry of Lands and Housing and signed by the Permanent Secretary.

A copy of the release titled, “Notice of Revocation of Certificate of Occupancies And Land Allocations Within Government Designated Areas Across Niger State”, was obtained by Peoples Gazette.

“Additionally, Certificate of Occupies issued in favour of IBB University at Suleja, Maximum Shelter, Dumez Suleja, Abuja Steel Extension (Cityscape land) at Dikko and a Filling Station along Keterenn Gwari are equally revoked,” the press release partly read.

Other revoked lands include; the River Basin, Land at Sabon Wuse, The 3Arm Zone, City Centre Minna, the New Bypass at Kontagora, and Forestry Lands at Lnotagora.