• Thu. May 19th, 2022

Oyo Government to Inaugurate Mobile App to Solve Land Issues | The Guardian Nigeria News

The Oyo State Government announces that it will launch a mobile application on February 11 to help residents easily access land information services, without a physical presence at the Ministry of Lands.

This is contained in a statement released by the Commissioner for Land, Housing and Urban Development, Mr. Olusegun Olayiwola, on Sunday in Ibadan.

Olayiwola said the app, also known as “Ilè D’olà Exchange” under the Private Networks Nigeria Limited (PNN) initiative, would be the first of its kind in the country.

He said it would give residents of the state the ability to make inquiries and suggestions about government services and also get faster responses on any questions.

The commissioner also said the initiative is part of the government’s strategic moves to shore up its internally generated revenue (IGR).

The statement also quotes PNN Managing Director/General Manager, AbdulRahman Odunowo, as saying that the new innovation needs to gain a foothold in the emerging global market, with a view to unleashing the full potential of technological advancement in all areas related to Earth.

“Through the use of Ilè D’olà Exchange, the Ministry can now easily create a conducive environment for local and international investors, validate ownership of properties and ensure transfer of ownership, among others.

“The app, which can easily be downloaded from the Google Play Store, will eliminate file cumbersomeness and unnecessary delays, enable individuals to identify transaction stages and alert the desktop user to file delays. .

“Other app features include easy file detection and location and easy access to external users.

“The problems faced by residents so far in buying a title deed, transferring ownership and allocating land will soon be a thing of the past, thanks to the application,” he said. he declares.