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Oyo Govt Appeals To Applicants to Collect CofO’s Say’s “1115 C of O’s Yet to Be Collected by Applicants”

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The Oyo State Government has revealed that a total of One Thousand, One Hundred and Fifteen (1115) duly signed Certificates of Occupancy are yet to be collected by applicants, as at today.

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The Commissioner for Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Tpl Olayiwola Olusegun Emmanuel revealed this today, saying after he resumed office about a month ago, a total number of One Thousand, Six Hundred and Six (1606) Certificates have been approved by the Executive Governor for issuance.

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“The Governor Seyi Makinde led administration has been working hard to make sure he fulfils his promises to the good people of Oyo State. This is why measures are being put in place to make sure that everyone collects their title documents with ease and within a stipulated period”, he said.

The Commissioner admitted that though the cabinet reshuffle that took place in the third quarter of 2021 caused a slight delay in the issuance of Certificates of Occupancy, however, all processed and duly signed certificates are ready for collection by the applicants.

He added, “We therefore enjoin the applicants to visit our office at Room 4, Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development and collect their Certificates of Occupancy. We also appeal to members of the public to respond timely to our officials when their attention is needed to avoid further delay in processing. We hereby apologize for any inconvenience this might have caused our applicants”.

“All complaints should be made at our Customer Care office at Room 4, Ministry of Lands, Housing and Urban Development, Agodi, Ibadan or call Customer Care on 0700 696 52637. You can also email us at lands@oyostate.gov.ng”, he concluded.

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