The Acting Managing Director (MD) of the Ogun State Property and Investment Corporation (OPIC), Mrs. Ibiyemi Adesoye, has residents of the corporation’s readiness to deliver more affordable housing units to individuals and corporate bodies.
Adesoye spoke when she led the corporation’s management team to visit the Deputy Governor, Noimot Salako-Oyedele, in her office at Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta.
The visit was to brief the deputy governor on the activities of OPIC, identify with her and tap from her wealth of experience as a guru in property development.
The MD noted that OPIC was established in September 1984, as a self-sustaining body, to drive focused economic growth through well planned property development activities and investments, especially along major border areas.
She said: “A major attraction for all OPIC Estates is the special consideration that is accorded security, peace and comfort of residents and tenants. The estates have schools, hospitals, police posts, shopping complexes and other basic infrastructure.”
Mrs. Salako-Oyedele thanked the team for the visit, saying one of the missions of the Dapo Abiodun led-government was to provide affordable housing to the people.
The deputy governor lauded the Family Home Funds initiative, and described it as an affordable and sensible project to embrace. She noted that for real estate to thrive, land must be available at the right place, adding that the present administration would engage more public-private partnership to invest in the state.
According to the deputy governor, the Ogun State Investment Promotion Council proposed by the government would ensure that a template is put in place to legalise and ensure good guide for business to thrive.