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FG warns against the use of invalid documents


The Federal Government (FG) has warned applicants for the National Housing Program against using invalid documents.

He advised applicants to ensure strict compliance with the requirements by uploading only complete and valid documents to the portal.

In a statement released by the director of press and public relations, Ms Boade Akinola, from the Ministry of Public Works and Housing over the weekend, highlighted registration requirements to include photo ID, tax clearance / a certified payment slip and means of identification such as National Identity Card, Driving License, International Passport and Voter Card as well as letter of first appointment and Gazette of confirmation of appointment (for officials).

The ministry explained the reasons why some requests are not accepted; not having an up-to-date tax clearance certificate, proof of fiscal clearance, no payslip, non-submission of an acceptance protocol (MOA), incomplete or inconsistent documents and not having the means to valid identification or presentation of an expired document.

However, he assured that all potential applicants who have complied with all registration requirements will enjoy a smooth subscription and successful applicants for homes will be notified via the email addresses they provided.

Alternatively, he said applicants can log into their profile to check the status of their application.

The ministry recently launched an online web portal: https: //nhp.worksandhousing,gov.ng for the sale of completed homes in select states of the Federation and online sale is underway.

The National Housing Program (NHP) is a development program of the Federal Government of Nigeria to address housing needs.

The program began in 2016 in 34 states and the CTF.

After approval by the Federal Executive Council, completed homes across the country are to be sold to low and middle income groups through mortgage and lease-to-buy windows.

With the unveiling of the portal, Nigerians can now apply for homes in all 34 states and FCTs nationwide by paying a non-refundable application fee of N 10,000.00 (ten thousand naira) only through Remita.


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