By Bertram Nwannekanma With over 170 million people, Nigeria, the most populous country in black Africa is plagued with housing problem. This issue has been a thorn in the flesh of various governments as moves towards addressing the ugly phenomenon repeatedly failed. In 1991 for example, the Nigeria housing deficit was seven million. It increased
By Kingsley Adegboye If you think the reason for the visible empty residential apartments that cut across the length and breadth of Ikoyi, a highbrow neighbourhood and one of the most expensive residential abodes in Lagos, is due to effect of the current economic crunch in the country, it is not. Rather, the cause of
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