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Obasanjo urges ogun state residents to adhere to building regulations

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has urged residents of Ogun State to adhere strictly to planning permit approvals and stage-to-stage certifications of the regulatory bodies of government, stressing that the citizenry should complement the present government’s effort in achieving its mission towards ensuring safety of the people and curtailing incidences of building collapse.

Penpushing reports that Obasanjo made the call while receiving a building authorisation document for his commercial building project, Olumo Court from the Ogun State Building Production Management Authority in Ibara Housing Estate, Abeokuta.

The former President noted that most incidences of building collapse could be avoided if the provisions of the law and specifications in the permits are followed, affirming that to ensure that the job done at his  project site conforms with government’s regulations, the contractors on site were made to comply strictly to specifications in the permits obtained

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Penpushing further reports that Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, TPL. Olatunji Odunlami earlier in his presentation appreciated the former President for serving as a good example for the citizenry to emulate.

The Commissioner added that building rights offers benefits to society in the long run, stating that Obasanjo is a friend of the Ministry of Physical Planning and Urban Development, who ensures that developers and contractors on his projects, operate within the boundaries of the law.

Penpushing also reports that Odunlami, pointed out that for the former President to submit his project to regulatory processes, including obtaining planning permit and building authorisation, it is worthy of emulation.

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