Biz (pix: a housing unit)
Chief Executive officer, Pablo luxury homes, Egwuagu Uche Kingsley widely known as Pablo Funds, has stated his firm’s commitment to bridging housing deficit in the country.
Egwuagu, who made this known on Saturday in Abuja while unveiling the latest housing projects design of the firm, said besides the provision of low cost housing for Nigerians in different parts of the country, there was need for the government to join forces with reputable real estate firms in order to bridge the housing deficit.
According to him, the government could help real estate firms by removing the bureaucracies involved in land acquisitions as this would help real estate firms to ensure they continue to provide low cost houses for Nigerians.
Egwuagu, who urged youths to be focused and ensure they combine hard work with God’s grace, noted: “I started by following my uncle who is a surveyor to work on layouts and acres of community lands and it helped me know more about land development and from there I started developing my ambitions for real estate.
“I officially started my company in 2017 with the help of my elder brother who is a surveyor and from there we first acquired layouts in Nteje, Anambra state, developed them and started selling to clients. The rest they say is history.”