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AGIS allocates 3,000 plots in 2014

Abuja, October 27, 2014: Comas Uzodimma, Head, Information and Customer Service, Abuja Geographic Information Systems (AGIS) has told media that AGIS has so far allocated more than 3,000 plots of land to applicants across the six area councils in 2014.

The decision taken to set up AGIS was taken in the year 2003 to completely modernise the cadastral and land registry system of the region. “AGIS is currently being developed in phases, and districts are being opened as fund is available. This imposes limits on the number of allocations that can be made at every point in time. “As new districts emerge, allocations are made according to available applications on first-come, first-served basis,” he informed media.

In April 2014, AGIS was updated to include systems which are necessary for revenue generating operations of AGIS and for ensuring service delivery as well as customer/stakeholder satisfaction.

Source: AllAfrica