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Why we are partnering with Oodua Investment – Aerofield Homes boss 

The Chief Executive Officer of Aerofield Homes Limited, Armstrong Akintunde said that the collaboration between his property company and Oodua Investment is hinged on further expansion of the socio-economic prosperity of Nigerians, particularly as it relates to provision of decent housing.

Akintunde disclosed this on over the weekend  during the groundbreaking ceremony marking the beginning of construction of Ikeja Luxury Apartments, a joint housing project with the Oodua Investment nestled within the highbrows area of Ikeja GRA, Lagos State.

The property merchant while hailing this historic partnership with Oodua Investment reaffirmed the commitment of his company to get the housing project delivered in record time.

Akintunde said “we are extremely proud of this partnership and we are grateful to all the drivers of this lofty dreams, I mean those who believe in our capabilities and expertise to make a huge difference in providing decent and qualitative housing for Nigerians.

“I must appreciate the Chairman of this conglomerate, Otunba Bimbo Ashiru, for his dynamic leadership and courage to expand the frontier of economic prosperity of this renowned business empire with collaboration such like with ours which is designed to address the housing needs of Nigerians. 

“Aerofield Homes is known for the prompt delivery of quality homes anywhere in the country and we are always willing to partner with individuals, groups and government as long as the efforts are tailored towards solving the housing challenges in the country. 

“Our main concern at Aerofield Homes Limited is pushing down the figure of Nigerians without decent shelter and this we have been pursuing with tremendous drive, energy and integrity. 

“Due to our excellent service delivery, our long list of clients which cut across the low, medium and high-income earners in the country, always have reasons to come back or recommend us to their friends and others. 

“And on this very particular Ikeja Luxury Home, we are pouring the whole of soul into it and we shall surely deliver the project in record time”.

Delivering his speech at the event, the Group Chairman, Oodua Investment, Otunba Bimbo Ashiru appealed to Nigerians to invest in the company’s real estate developments and explore various opportunities across its different business interests saying that his leadership and commitment to deliver sustainable returns and manage risks effectively remains as solid as ever.

Ashiru said, “With numerous ongoing projects and strategic partnerships, we aim to develop over one thousand homes in the next 2 to 3 years in various locations of the country.

“We have enmbarked on upgrades

and optimization of our existing assets with the Cocoa House, Aje House,Western House, Unity House, Awolowo Glass House, Lagos Airport Hotel etc with many other developmental efforts in the future.

“Despite challenges, we remain confident in our leadership and collaborative efforts. Special thanks to Wemabod and Aerofield Homes, our valued partners”.

Speaking earlier, the Executive Director of Aerofield Homes, Adetilewa Adetomiwa posited that the company’s dedication, expertise, and tireless commitment to providing Nigerians with decent housing informed its involvement in the housing project.

Adetomiwa said “Today marks a significant milestone in the journey towards creating vibrant communities and sustainable living spaces. I stand before you with immense pride and gratitude for the remarkable efforts of the Aerofield Homes staff. 

“Our dedication, expertise, and tireless commitment have brought us to this momentous occasion. From conception to execution, they have demonstrated unparalleled skill and passion, shaping dreams into reality.

“The Aurora West Link housing project is not merely about constructing buildings; it’s about building futures. It’s about creating spaces where families will thrive, memories will be made, and dreams will be realized”.

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