Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun Thursday said his administration was working to provide 2,500 housing units to the people of the state within four years.
Abiodun said this during the commissioning of 130 housing units at Kemta, Idi Aba in Abeokuta, the state capital.
The housing project, christened Prince Court Estate, is the first phase of the 300 detached and semi-detached two and three-bedroom structures.
Inaugurating the estate, Abiodun said the project was first in the series of housing estates being undertaken by his administration across the state.
The governor explained that the estate is provided with amenities, such as tarred road, water supply, good drainage system, fence, security and power supply.
Earlier in his remarks, the Commissioner for Housing, Jamiu Omoniyi, said the estate, which is in the category of affordable housing, was built in 92 days and engaged 5,040 direct labourers drawn from the locality.