Globally recognised property-seller Mustapha Njie has urged government to put its act together to curb increased duping of land-buyers.
Property selling remains Gambia’s biggest scourge with courts overwhelmed with land cases.
And suggesting to nib the issue in the bud, Taf says regulatory authority PURA should step up to put in place structures to curb the menace while urging land buyers to involve attorneys.
“The solution is land buyers should solicit services of a lawyer to evaluate land documents. There is also need for due diligence.
“The industry needs to be regulated with policies and structures then all the saga will come to an end. If government does this, all the hundreds of real estate agencies prying on the masses will all disappear,” he told Gambia Talents Promotion today.
One of Gambia’s wealthiest business people alive, TAf also revealed his zakat goes to his foundation aimed at molding Gambian youth via leadership fellowship.