Residents who are leveraging on the simplified land registration procedure, an initiative of the Godwin Obaseki-led administration, have commended the governor for setting up the Edo State Geographic Information Service (EDOGIS) agency.
They expressed excitement about the new sense of security associated with the process of acquiring landed property in Edo State, which has impacted on the ease of doing business.
Daniel Osobase, described the new process of obtaining a Certificate of Occupancy (C-of-O) from the EDOGIS as “hassle-free,” adding that “the cost is reasonable.”
Osobase said: “EDOGIS is very professional in their handling of enquiries and fears of customers.
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