A One of Nigeria’s leading property development companies, Bashmoh Homes, has entered into a partnership with the Non-Academic Staff Union (NASU), University of Lagos Chapter (UNILAG), with the aim of making accession to the property very convenient for school staff.
During the official inauguration of the project this weekend in Sojuolu town, Ifo local government area of Ogun State, Bashmoh Homes Marketing and Business Development Manager, Ifeoma Ekwenye, said the high level of poverty and bureaucratic bottlenecks make owning a home very expensive and time-consuming. , hence the need for UNILAG’s NASU to partner with Bashmoh Homes.
According to her, the 25 acres of land was bought by the syndicate and then handed over to Bashmore Homes for development, noting that the allocation of the plots to the various subscribers will begin by September 2022.
“When we signed the partnership, we were very clear about the task at hand and the audacity of our ambition. This ambition was firmly rooted in our determination to provide not just a large quantity, but quality housing built according to world best practices and at a price that will be completely affordable for UNILAG staff and other subscribers.
Ekwenyi, who requested the support and cooperation of NASU’s Buildings Planning Committee, said Bashmoh Homes is facilitating access to decent and affordable housing across the country, promising that all subscribers to this new partnership will get the most out of the project’s completion.
Earlier in his opening remarks, the President of NASU, University of Lagos Chapter, Comrade Ajibade Kehinde applauded Bashmoh Homes for its dedication to making housing available for those who usually lack the ways to own one.
He said many Nigerian workers and families continued to face difficult economic conditions due to inflation that topped 15% in March 2022, and spacious and high-end apartments exceeded budget limits of the working class and future adults in large cities. .
“However, Bashmoh Homes is changing that narrative with our partnership, which intends to build affordable homes for UNILAG NASU members as well as other interested Nigerian workers.
“Bashmoh homes, from my interaction with them over the years, not only believes in housing that meets the needs of subscribers, but also believes in looking at the challenges at each stage of the housing value chain and in providing credible answers that meet the needs of its customers.
“So, we are very pleased with our partnership with them, and we will continue to support them in achieving this life-changing moment for all of our members,” he added.
The handover was attended by the traditional leader of the community, Olusojo Egbeyemi, represented by a former Ifo local government chairman, Sunday Akinyemi, a young community leader, Akinyemi Oluwafemi, and numerous University staff. from Lagos.