Agency orders removal of dilapidated structures in Kaduna

The State Urban Planning and Development Authority (KASUPDA) has issued an additional five days notice to owners of structures it had marked as “uninhabitable and dilapidated” to remove them.


Mr Nuhu Garba, Relations Officer (PRO) of the authority, made this known in a statement issued to the Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in on Thursday.

According to the authority, notices were issued to the owners and the time frame had expired.

He said all buildings identified by the authority as uninhabitable have been served the removal order.

“The developments were identified as unstable, inhabitable, dilapidated, abandoned, substandard used of materials poor workmanship and poor quality of building materials.”

said the affected structures are located at Narayi, Unguwar Sanusi, Badiko, Millennium City, Barnawa, Jos and Unguwar Mu’azu, all within Kaduna.

He warned that KASUPDA would take appropriate action after the expiration of the five days order. (NAN)