HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule handing over 200 signed CofO's to the DG NAGIS during the meeting

HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule handing over 200 signed CofO's to the DG NAGIS during the meeting.


The DG NAGIS, addressing HE Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule after collecting the 200 signed CofO's.


The DG, Sonny Agassi showing his appreciation to HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule during his visit to NAGIS Service Center, Karu.


The Governor, HE Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule having a brief discussion with some investors in NAGIS Service Center, Karu.


HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule exchanging pleasantries with the DG NAGIS before his departure.


Mr. Roland Klaus (Middle) NAGIS Project Manager and some of the GIS Transport Consultants during the Governor's visit to NAGIS Service Center, Karu.

Group photo

HE, Engr. Abdullahi A. Sule in a group photograph with NAGIS Staff.


Welcome Address


The Unit Head (LTU) addressing the students on the activities of NAGIS.



 The students examining samples of Orthophoto images produced in the site inspection department of the organisation.

They were also briefed on the procedures, policies, and standards of inspecting properties of applicants before documents are processed.



Unit Head (LTU) at the Customer Service Unit explaining the process of opening a new file,

conducting legal search, and entering of initial bills.



Unit Head (TPU) explaining the normal routine carried out by planners in the organisation which includes

Inspection and Reporting, and the elements that has to be considered during inspection.




Students were also enlightened on the processes carried out after a new file is opened from the Customer Service Unit.

After opening a file, the sticker which contains all the relevant information about the file is produced for easy tracking in the FTMS.



 Mr. Musa Ahmed (GIS Specialist/Consultant) lecturing some of the students on the overall NAGIS framework

and the components of the NAGIS system which includes LIS, DMS, FTMS, MAPPING and PLANNING  



 A group picture of the visitors with the Co-ordinator (NAGIS), Mr. Khalid Adamu after

series of educative sessions from all departments of NAGIS.







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The production unit of NAGIS showing the delegation some crucial processes involved

in the production of Right of Occupancy and Certificate of Occupancy carried out by the department.


Visitors in the Site Inspection unit


The visitors in the site inspection unit of the organisation being shown some of

the activities carried out by the unit


Visitors with the Project Manager


The Project Manager, Mr. Roland Klaus showing the delegation some of the  

services offered by the Consultants to Nasarawa State Government.


Visitors with the project Manager


A group picture of the visitors with some Consultants of NAGIS






Ondo Visit

The Honourable Commissioner, Ministry of Land and Physical Planning Nasarawa State Mr. Sonny Agassi, Consultants and the NAGIS Coordinator, Mr. Khalid Adamu in a group

picture with Mr. Donald Ojogo and his team.

Wednesday, 13 November 2013, KARU, NASARAWA STATE, NIGERIA. Today an official courtesy visit was made to His Royal Highness the ESU KARU, Pham. Luka Panya Baba by the Nasarawa Geographic Information Service (NAGIS), represented by the NAGIS Project Manager Ibrahim Usman Jibril, accompanied by Peter Ritchie, Senior Consultant, David Dole Attah, Karu Area Officer, Ministry of Lands and Urban Development and Martha Dada, NAGIS Stakeholder Relations.

The NAGIS delegation updated the Esu Karu on the progress made so far in the implementation of the project, assuring the Esu Karu that the NAGIS infrastructure and technical systems are now in place, and NAGIS staff are ready to serve the state government and the public. NAGIS is now able to generate Certificates of Occupancy (C-of-O) within 30 days from the final survey.

NAGIS is now beginning its stakeholder outreach programme beginning with this briefing to the Esu Karu, and to seek his advice and his support, including ensuring proper attendance of the upcoming town hall meetings that will begin with the first town hall meeting scheduled to take place in Karu on Saturday, 23 November 2013.

Ibrahim Jibril also noted that the entire state has already been photographed using a purpose built aircraft and photogrammetric camera, the first state in Nigeria with access to such high quality images, and presented the Esu Karu with an orthophoto of the Palace of the Esu Karu. Such images are used by NAGIS to inform survey, development control and planning.

The Esu Karu assured NAGIS of his full support and his belief that NAGIS will make a positive impact on the people of Nasarawa and in the socio-economic development of Nasarawa state.

NAGIS plans further stakeholder outreach meetings across Nasarawa that will include town hall meetings in Akwanga and Lafia.