By Cleopatra Eki
Commitment to promoting affordable housing, fostering tenant-landlord harmony, and advancing policy reforms, ANTs strives to create positive change within the housing sector and contribute to the socio-economic development of the nation.
In a signed statement Amb. Dr. Edward Olutoke, National President, Association of Nigerian Tenants (ANTs) said the group is a leading advocacy group dedicated to championing the rights and interests of tenants across Nigeria.
ANTs recently launched its flagship programme, “Operation Don’t Die A Tenant, ” a home ownership scheme that can make anybody own a decent and comfortable home with as little as sixty thousand naira (N60,000) only.
Association of Nigerian Tenants applauds new Minister of Housing’s Commitment to Affordable and Cooperative Housing in Lagos, Nigeria.
The Association of Nigerian Tenants (ANT) extends its warmest congratulations to the newly appointed Minister of Housing, Prof. Ahmed Dangiwa on assuming this crucial role within the Nigerian government. ANTs commends the government’s decision in selecting a seasoned individual to lead the housing sector and expresses optimism in the positive impact that Dangiwa will bring to the nation’s housing landscape.
With a deep sense of anticipation, the Association of Nigerian Tenants welcomes Prof Dangiwa’s commitment to addressing the pressing issue of affordable and cooperative housing in Nigeria.
Amb. Dr. Edward Olutoke added that as an organization that champions the rights and interests of tenants across the country, we acknowledge the significance of this critical area in the lives of our citizens, particularly the poor and vulnerable segments of society.
ANTs emphasizes the pivotal role that affordable housing plays in fostering economic stability, social inclusion, and overall national development. In light of this, we look forward to the Minister’s strategic vision and innovative policies aimed at ensuring that every Nigerian, regardless of socio-economic status, has access to safe, decent, and affordable housing options -he said.
“We commend the Minister’s foresight in recognizing the importance of cooperative housing initiatives, which hold the potential to create sustainable and community-driven solutions. Such endeavors not only enhance the living conditions of residents but also contribute to the harmonious development of neighborhoods and communities at large.”
The ANTs stand ready to collaborate with the Ministry of Housing under Dangiwa’s leadership, offering insights, expertise, and support towards the realization of a housing sector that is equitable, efficient, and responsive to the needs of the people.
As the Minister embarks on this vital journey, we are confident that his wealth of experience and dedication will drive positive changes that will reverberate across the country. ANTs assures the Minister of our unwavering commitment to promoting dialogue, fostering understanding, and advocating for policies that prioritize the well-being of tenants and homeowners alike.
ANTs congratulates Prof. Dangiwa once again and eagerly awaits the transformation that his tenure promises to bring to the housing sector.
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