Yobe Govt seals land sellers office on business license


Officers from the Yobe State Geographic Information Service (YOGIS) cordoned off the state headquarters of the Estate Agents and Landlords Association of Nigeria (PALDAN) for failing to obtain a business license. operation.

The operation was led by the Managing Director of YOGIS, Dr. Abdullahi Hassan Gana.

Usman Ibrahim Geidam, Special Assistant for Media to the Managing Director revealed this in a statement made available to DAILY POST on Wednesday in Damaturu.

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The statement noted that Section 4, subsection 2(j), of the law that created YOGIS clearly states that the agency is authorized by law to approve and register all land sellers operating in the state. of Yobe.

“You may recall that YOGIS, through the agency liaison, sent two letters to the vendors office stating that 6/20/2022 remained the TNZT to register and obtain an operating license.

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“In view of the above, YOGIS has decided to officially close all PALDAN operations in Yobe State with immediate effect, following the non-compliance,” he said.

The statement also warned that any unauthorized or unregistered land seller caught up in a land deal would face the wrath of the law.

The CEO of YOGIS issued a 24-hour ultimatum to PALDAN management to come and have a final discussion on the way forward.

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“We are not acting in bad faith against one or more individuals. Our goal is to ensure compliance with the law and also to further improve land administration in the state for the benefit of all citizens,” the DG said.

Yobe Govt seals land sellers office on business license


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