A Housing firm, Standout Properties Limited, has reiterated its commitment towards mitigating challenges of the youths, by embarking on projects that will provide employment opportunities.
Speaking during the launch of Bloom Towers in Oniru, Lagos, the Chief Executive Officer of the firm, Blessing Obomovo, explained that the project would provide over 500 direct jobs for youths and foreigners.
The Bloom Towers is an ultra – modern development located in one of the most prestigious neighbourhood in Victoria Island. The twin tower each boasts of 21 and 19 floors. The project consists of three-bedroom pent house, boys quarters, two-bedroom bedroom maisonette, one-bedroom apartment and office spaces with different price ranges.
The towers are accessible through major roads and offers both residential and commercial spaces. Facilities expected include 24-hours power supply, smart building with security monitoring system, clubhouses and cinema, fully equipped gym, basement parking lot and elevators.
Obomovo said: “We are rewarding loyal subscribers with brand new cars for meeting our criteria, and we are set to employ more Nigerian youths for national development. Our cutting-edge Architectural Engineering combined with years of expertise has made Bloom Towers an exceptional place to reside.
“We promised subscribers who pay 50 per cent amount of their properties at the launch that they will be entitled to win two brand new cars. We have given them the car keys.” He said the project would mitigate the shortfall in housing supply, as well as maximise space in the area.
Speaking at the forum, the first winner, Ovuozourie Macaulay, a farmer and businessman, who won a Mercedes-C class, advised Nigerians to invest their funds in property in the country rather than abroad.
“Most of Nigerians pay triple amount of money to acquire houses abroad, while such gestures can be reciprocated here in Nigeria by investing in credible real estates companies. They should not complain that Nigerian is not developing, while they are not investing here,” he said
He also urged developers to adhere to government policies and regulations while building, as well as avoid patronising quacks.
Another winner Mr. Emeka Hamilton, a medical consultant and entrepreneur, who won a Toyota Camry car, thanked the firm for fulfilling its promises.