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Enugu Govt Approves 50% Discount On Land Use Charges



In consideration of requests made by property owners in Enugu and in consonance with its commitment to the wellbeing of the people, the administration of governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu State, has approved a 50 per cent discount on accrued land use charges in the state.

Briefing newsmen on the outcome of the State Executive Council (EXCO) meeting, the commissioner for Enugu Capital Territory Development Authority (ECTDA), Barr Chid Aroh, who expressed the council’s delight at the huge success the state government recorded in its education sector reform, following Master Anthony Okeke’s wining of the Prestigious NNPC prize for the best student in science, stated that only debtors who pay their land use charges on or before December 31, 2018 will benefit from the discount.

Aroh also stated that the council also approved immediate completion work on the abandoned Agbani District Hospital, stating that the state government had commenced similar projects in the two District Hospitals in Udi and Enugu North local government areas.

Shedding more light, the commissioner for Works and Infrastructure, Greg Nnaji noted that the health institutions in the state have continued to receive tremendous improvement under the present administration.

Nnaji therefore, disclosed that “the Poly Clinic Asata, Enugu has been completed and functioning”, adding that “at the last EXCO, various state-of-the-art medical equipment required to make it function fully were approved”.

He further disclosed that the Udi District Hospital is 95 per cent completed, stressing the approval for commencement of completion work on Agbani District Hospital was another demonstration that the present administration is committed to the completion of projects started by past administrations.



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