Bureau For Lands To Partner With Eastate Surveyors/ Valuers 

By Vivian Iwu

The Chairman of the Bureau for Lands, Survey, Housing and Urban Planning, Engr. Kingsley Uju has disclosed plans to partner with members of the Association of Eastate Surveyors / Valuers in Imo State in order to address certain issues.
Engr. Uju disclosed this in a meeting he held with the Chairman and members of the Association in the State at the Conference Room  of the Bureau in Owerri.
He outlined some of the Areas the Association would partner with the Bureau like; Land Valuation, Nomination of Quacks as Attorneys, Reduction of Cases, Ground Rent, facility Management etc.
Engr. Uju disclosed that the State Government has already created an enabling environment for the partnership, and urged the Association to ensure that Land System in Nigeria was managed effectively as Partners and Professionals.
He encouraged members of the Association to work in synergy to ensure the realisation of the vision of the Governor, Owelle Rochas Okorocha in Land Management, and maintained that the Bureau could not function effectively without the cooperation of the professional body.
Engr. Uju who is also the Deputy Chief of Staff, Government House, acknowledged the great importance he attaches to the body because he appreciated people who believed in oneness and demonstrate competence in the discharge of their professional responsibilities.
Meanwhile, earlier introducing the purpose of their visit, the leader of the Team and the Chairman of the Association in Imo State, Sir Cajethan Ohiri pledged the members cooperation  to the Bureau and sought for partnership in many other Areas.

One thought on “Bureau For Lands To Partner With Eastate Surveyors/ Valuers 

  • 2017-10-13 at 10:16 am

    Engr. Kingsley Uju should ensure that people who derived title from IMSG will not embrass by people who claimed to have won government in a law court.
    A situation where a person conducted a search in government land and the result was postive and with that strength it bought a government allocate land, latter another person claiming to be the original owner is an insult to the government of the day.
    A situation where government issued letter are not valid again is a call for anarchy.

    Imo state government and its ministry in both land and justice should work together to avoid people been embrassed on a honest transaction with the government thereby reduce enemity created among Imolites.
    Those in ministry of Justice should be professional in the defend of government policy/decision.

    Losing cases/suit by the Imo state government is a BIG INSULT, it shows government did not follow rule of law in its decisions and policy. OWELLE should raise up and defend its decision?

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