The Senate President, Bukola Saraki, yesterday, re-affirmed his commitment to the ruling All Progressive Party (APC), as he said he remain loyal to the party.
The senator said this in a statement released by his Special Assistant on new media, Bamikole Omishore, at the 10th Abuja Housing show, themed: “Expanding Access To Affordable Housing In Africa.”
“The Senate and the National Assembly as a whole believe very strongly that we must make a difference in the housing sector,” he said.
He noted that the Senate has commenced the review processes of several laws affecting property rights and access housing in the country, thereby charging organizers of the Summit to take a further step by forwarding a document of laws requiring amendments to the National Assembly.
According to the Senate President, the review of the National Housing Fund Act is on-going and would be completed before the end of the year.
Saraki however, explained that the President Muhammadu Buhari’s led administration would redeem its electoral promises to Nigerians while also assuring that the APC government is committed to the social welfare of the people.