Lagos State Commissioner for Housing, Mr Moruf Akinderu-Fatai, has called on new homeowners at the Babatunde Olushola Benson Estate, Ibeshe, and LagosHOMS Sangotedo Phase I Estate to imbibe maintenance culture by ensuring the two government-owned property allocated to them is properly maintained.
He gave the advice to the homeowners during the handover of keys and other documents to them in his office at Alausa, saying: “It is important to be mindful of the need to keep the various homes and the Estate in good condition to fully achieve the goal of making Lagos, a 21st century economy.”
Akinderu-Fatai noted that the estates have been provided with state-of-the-art infrastructures such as good roads, drainages, water and sewage treatment plants to make life easier and convenient for all the new residents in line with
the directives of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
“These facilities compare well with others in civilized parts of the world and are to make the dream of decent living come alive for Lagosians as pledged by the state Governor, Mr Babajide Sanwo-Olu,” the commissioner stated.
While noting that the facilities can only be sustained with adequate maintenance, he revealed that the state government has appointed qualified organisations that will serve as facility managers for the estates.
His words: “It is now the responsibility of the new residents to cooperate with appointed government facility managers to keep the estates in workable condition and enhance the value of the residents’ investment in their new homes.”
Akinderu-Fatai averred that the cost of the homes has been greatly subsidised in line with the avowed commitment of Mr Governor to provide decent homes that are within the reach of all and sundry.
The Commissioner said with the delivery of Ibeshe and Sangotedo Phase I Estates, an additional number of 4,896 Lagosians have been provided with decent homes based on the premise that each home in the two estates will accommodate at least four people.Follow us on social media