"Most of the projects that we have in the pipeline are more office, residential, and mixed-use and not just malls."

“We are focused to enter the Iraq market in the future because there will be high demand after the war.”

TBY talks to Babatunde Raji Fashola, Honorable Minister of the Federal Ministry of Power, Works, and Housing, on the housing shortfall, electricity tariffs, and demand for construction materials.

"Lagos is about 37% of the market, Abuja is 22%, Port Harcourt 6%, and the rest of Nigeria is about the last 35%."

“The cost of cooling or heating a flat adds to the cost of day-to-day living and expenses.”

“Outside of Lusaka, we seek to open in up-and-coming provincial towns, such as Choma in the southern province.”

“This philosophy was working when the population was 7 million, but now the game has changed, the population has increased dramatically, now it is around 30 million and expected to reach 40 to 45 million in the next 10 to 15 years.”

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