See The List Of Persons Compensated For Rimi College Allottees As Approved By Kaduna Government

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El-Rufai 2014 portrait_7_510x350As part of its human capital development agenda, the Kaduna State Government is committed to expanding access to quality education. Central to its education reform programme is the restoration of the iconic schools whose facilities have been encroached by public institutions and private concerns. The recovery of school lands is imperative to better position the schools to properly discharge their primary mandate.

The recovery exercise is now being implemented in Rimi College, Kaduna. Founded in 1941 as Saint John’s College, the school occupies 24.387 hectares of prime land. Three governments eventually excised a total of 3.19 hectares, which they gave to private individuals. The school also lost its students’ hostels which were converted to offices for some state and federal agencies.

The Government is determined to restore Rimi College as a boarding school of quality. Appropriate relocation notices have been sent to the state and federal agencies occupying the school premises. The private land owners have also been served notices of revocation. Those who have valid titles and development approvals are having their properties valued for the purposes of compensation.

At its meeting of 16 November 2015, the Executive Council of the Kaduna State Government approved the payment of N378,357,752.00 as compensation for the first 19 properties whose valuation processes have been concluded. More compensation payments will be considered as other properties are valued. In addition, the titleholders will be given replacement plots of land.

In the interest of transparency, the Government considers it prudent to publish the names of the individuals that were allocated plots of land within Rimi College by previous administrations. The Government is aware that some of the 38 beneficiaries of the allocations took no steps to develop their plots because they had reservations about building on school property. Government hopes that our elite would subscribe to a consensus that preserves and respects the integrity of social assets like schools and hospitals.

First Allocation: 1999 by the government of Colonel U. F. Ahmed

NC/KD

Allottee

Plot No.

Size

1

KD 8880

Lt. Col Akaagerger I. Joseph

7A

980m2

2

KD 13022

Kurfi Umaru Ibrahim

7B

1530m2

3

KD 8886

Fatima Yabi Ahmed

9

1500m

4

KD 9296

Abba Tijjani

9A

1300m

5

KD 29438

Hajiya Zainab Ahmed Dasuki

9B

1200m

6

KD 9361

Abdulbasset Mohammed S.

11

1100m

7

KD 8885

Lt. Col. Musa Mohammed

11A

1550m

8

KD 9360

Said Hashim

11B

970m

Second Allocation: 2012 by the government of Patrick Ibrahim Yakowa

NC/KD

Allottee

Plot No.

Size

1

KD 30859

Hon. Joshua Yakubu Barde

1

503m2

2

KD 30673

Hon.Yunusa Garba Turawa

2

503m2

3

KD 33194

Hon. Hassan Jumare

9

523m2

4

KD 31857

Hon. Bashir Muntake

4

524m2

5

KD 31820

Ibrahim Abdullahi Abba

4A

382m2

6

KD 31779

Simon Gudu Madaki

5

664m2

7

KD 30977

Hajiya Lubabatu Usman

6

619m2

8

KD 31073

Danladi Gabes

7

970m2

9

KD 30674

Hon. Shehu Usman Tahir

8

476m2

10

KD 31633

Alkali Bawa

9

768m2

11

KD 31181

Hon. David Umar Gurara

10

836m2

12

KD 30572

Hon. Labari Shelly Tela

11

759m2

13

KD

Hon. Ibrahim Suleiman

12

718m2

14

KD 31203

Hon. Felix Hassan Hyat

13

504m2

15

KD 32613

Celestine Mathew Tokan Luka

14

454m2

16

KD

Mrs. Emelda D. Yashim

15

433m2

17

KD 31525

Abdulsalam Muazu

16

557m2

18

KD 31942

Michael Kephas Yakubu

17

889m2

Third Allocation: 2013-2015 by the government of Mukhtar Ramalan Yero

NC/KD

Allottee

Plot No.

Size

1

KD 32875

Mohammed I. Hayatudeen

1

1131m2

2

KDL/93054

Alh. Magaji Alhassan

3

947m2

3

KDL/82227

Alh. Abubakar Mohammed

5

1093m2

4

KD 33161

Musa Ahmed Gambo

7

1115m2

5

KD 33160

Ahmed Ishaku

9

1470m2

6

KDL/95225

Umar U. Shehu

11

1519m2

7

KD 31841

Sheik Mal. Umar Hassan

8A

613m2

8

KD 33271

Nura Mohammed Shehu

19

996m2

9

KD 32958

Hon. Abdulsalam Baba-Ahmed

2083m2

10

KDL/96308

Rabi Salisu Oladoja

10A

500m2

11

KD

Dr. Shehu Usman Danfulani

12A

500m2

12

KD

Alh. Kabir Bello

8A

500m2

 

FIRST PHASE of APPROVED COMPENSATION PAYMENTS AT RIMI COLLEGE

S/NO

ALLOTTEE

PLOT NO.

AMOUNT

1

HON. JOSHUA YAKUBU BARDE

1

40,393,800:00

2

HON. YUNUSA GARBA TURAWA

2

28,827,000:00

3

HON. HASSAN JUMARE

3

0.00 (Undeveloped)

4

AHMED ALH. ABDULLAHI

4/4A

1,452,000:00

5

SIMON GUDU MADAKI

5

0.00 (Undeveloped)

6

HAJIYA LUBABATU USMAN

6

33,891,885:00

7

MUSA AHMED GAMBO

7

0.00 (Undeveloped)

8

SHEHU USMAN TAHIR

8

13,012,820:00

9

SHEHU USMAN TAHIR

8A

1,562,400:00

10

ALKALI BAWA

9

41,085,350:00

11

HON. DAVID UMAR GURARA

10

5,804,680:00

12

HON. LABARI SHELLY TELA

11

72,460,935:00

13

HON. IBRAHIM SULEIMAN

12

972,000:00

14

HON. FELIX HASSAN HYAT

13

41,746,161:00

15

CELESTINE MATHEW TOKAN LUKA

14

1,763,586:00

16

MRS. EMELDA D. YASHIM

15

0.00 (Undeveloped)

17

ABDULSALAM MU’AZU

16

40,474,025:00

18

MICHAEL KEPHAS YAKUBU

17

53,747,200:00

19

ABDULSALAM BABA-AHMED

1,163,910:00

TOTAL

N378,357,752:00

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