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New Executive Directors of FHA Assume Office

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Gabriel Enenche —

The Head of Public Affairs of the Federal Housing Authority (FHA), Mr Kenneth Chigelu, today in Abuja said that the newly-appointed Executive Directors at the authority have assumed duties.

The three new EDs are Mrs Hauwa Babakobi, ED Estate Service; Mrs Adama Kure, ED Housing Finance and Accounts, and Mr Chinonso Sam-Emoke, ED Project Implementation.

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According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) said President Muhammadu Buhari, in October approved the expansion of FHA’s management from two to five directorates to improve the agency’s operations.

According to the statement, FHA’s Managing Director, Sen. Gbenga Ashafa, who presided over the first General Management Committee Meeting, urged the EDs to hit the ground running.

Ashafa reminded them that they must do their work for the management to deliver on its mandate through housing.

“We have to collectively hit the ground running, in the task of delivering on the mandate given to us by government,” he said.

Ashafa reiterated that through the delivery of houses by the authority, the nation’s unemployment challenges would be greatly tackled.

“We are in a good position to boost government’s job creation, through the value chain of our housing industry.

”We have to bring all our collective experiences to FHA to help drive government’s Economic Sustainability Agenda through housing,” he said.

He assured the new executive directors of the cooperation of some of the best professionals in the building industry, which FHA has.

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