Low-cost housing policies and squatters struggles in Nigeria: the Nigerian perspective on possible solutions

@article{Ebekozien2019LowcostHP,
  title={Low-cost housing policies and squatters struggles in Nigeria: the Nigerian perspective on possible solutions},
  author={Andrew Ebekozien and Abdul-Rashid Abdul-Aziz and Mastura Jaafar},
  journal={International Journal of Construction Management},
  year={2019},
  volume={21},
  pages={1088 - 1098}
}
Abstract This paper investigated the low-cost housing (LCH) policies in regard to squatters and offered a descriptive comparative analysis that affords insights into the Malaysian potential squatter zero programmes that could be applied to tackle the long-standing chronic urban slums in Nigerian cities. To achieve this, data were collected via in-depth oral interviews. Phenomenological type of qualitative research and snowball type of non-probability sampling technique was adopted respectively… 

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