The real estate industry has undeniably been a huge contributor to Nigeria’s GDP with so many innovative collaborations with the government to deliver housing expectations. A bold move has been made by RevolutionPlus Property to venture into a partnership agreement with the Nigeria Football Federation.
This arrangement makes the property firm the official real estate partner to the football governing body.
While this partnership is welcoming news, measuring the impact based on the activities of the NFF may seem less impressive but in regards to the timing of this by RevolutionPlus, it is applauded.
The 33rd African Cup of Nation (AFCON) is scheduled to kick off next year in Cameroon and the real estate firm is seeking to expand its products and offers beyond Nigeria to other African countries.
While they remain one of the biggest players in the real estate market
The Amaju Melvin Pinnick administration is determined to achieve 75% self-funding before the end of this year. Hence, a good day at the office for both parties.