Lockdown: Plateau Set To Carry Out Essential Services

Lockdown: Plateau Set To Carry Out Essential Services

The Plateau State Ministry of Lands, Survey and Town Planning has disclosed that it will commenced the rendering of essential services to it’s clients in meeting with demands of the public considering the series of lockdown measures to curb the spread of the disease in the state that halted such services.

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This was contained in a press statement signed by the Honourable Commissioner, Mr. Yakubu Dati and made available to newsmen on Wednesday in Jos the Plateau State capital.

He said the steps became necessary using the lockdown free days for those who were on appointment for payment purpose for their land titles.

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“Those on appointment for payment purposes are advised to visit the ministry on Thursday and Friday between 10.00am and 2.00pm in accordance with the set protocols of COVID 19 measures in the state.

Dati advised citizens of the state to always ensure strict compliance with the laid down procedures in the acquisition and development of their land titles.

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He encouraged clients to call the following phone number 09098634499 for appointment and enquiries.

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