Ogun State Governor Dapo Abiodun yesterday announced a one-month moratorium for residents and entrepreneurs, who have properties on portions of land already acquired by the government.
He said: “Anyone or company that has built on government acquired land has up till November 30 to apply for ratification of their documents, as the state has emplaced a trustworthy and accessible digital platform providing matchless quality in the administration of land products and services.”
Speaking at the launch of an online portal, Ogun State Land Administration and Revenue Management System (OLARMS), at the Tech Hub in Abeokuta, Governor Abiodun said: “OLARMS has its primary focus on areas such as titles ratification module for those that have built properties on government land that is under acquisition.
“These applicants can utilise the portal to perfect property titles and obtain their Certificate of Occupancy (C of O), including those that have enrolled in the Home Owners Charter Programme.”
He said the schemes available for sale on the OLARMS website form include Hill Crest Estate, Abeokuta and President Muhammadu Buhari Estate on Kobape Road, Abeokuta.
“Other schemes in other areas of the state will be added to OLARMS in future for residential, commercial and industrial land acquisition,” Abiodun said.