Abuja – The Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), has threatened to revoke all undeveloped plots in the FCT, especially those within layouts where infrastructure has been provided.
Abuja Metropolitan Management Council (AMMC) Coordinator, Umar Shuaibu, made this known while clearing the Abuja airport road corridor over the weekend.
He, however, advised owners of plots on both sides of the road to choose between either developing their plots or having them revoked by the Administration.
He said: “We are, once again, sending a strong message to owners of plots of land in Abuja, especially in places where infrastructure has been provided to come out and develop their property, because failure to do so will have those plots revoked by the Administration.
“It is their responsibility to clear all dirt in and around their plots. We are not the ones to do it for them. All property developers who are given allocations across the Territory should also develop them as a matter of urgency.
“But if they do not develop their plots, it means they do not have capacity to do so, so we’ll go ahead and revoke those plots and allocate them to those who are willing and able to develop them. We cannot continue to waste resources meant for other equally important ventures on cleaning some of these places for them.”