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Firm considers Nigerians in diaspora in house development


In order to attract Nigerians who are living abroad but may not have houses back in Nigeria to think getting home, a real estate firm, Ozue Ome Shelters has developed four blocks of three flats each purposely for Nigerians in diaspora.

The estate situated at Umuekete Village in Aguleri, Anambra State has all exotic fittings that will attract the high taste Nigerians living abroad to come home with a mind that accommodation will not be a problem.

Speaking on why he ventured into the project, the developer, Mr. Chidindu Alochukwu said, “Most of our people who do not want to stay in hotels when they return find it difficult to come home even during festival periods. They resort to sending money for any projects or ceremonies that would need their presence. This is not proper because one should not abandon his father’s house.

“When they have where to settle and not a friend’s, brother’s or sister’s place, they will feel confident and come home on regular bases. You see, a lot of people don’t like hotel setting no matter how. They prefer to be in a private home where they will have their privacy”.

Alochukwu said, “This innovation in real estate will seek to provide an outstanding level of service, excellence, expertise and security in securing real estate investment and development.

“We act in the best interest of our clients who are domiciled abroad by offering unquestionable ethics on all land transactions. Through this joint venture, we are restoring people’s confidence in investing in Nigeria, having fallen victims of fraudsters in the past.

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