The World Trade Center (WTC) Abuja, has pledged its commitment to provide mass, affordable housing solutions for the middle class in Nigeria next year.
Vice president, The World Trade Centre ,Ahmed Karim, disclosed this yesterday at the sidelines of the first ever in it kind end of the year business and networking cocktail, held at the WTC Abuja.
He said, “Presently, we have supper luxury but as part of our future plans to provide real estate solutions, we are looking into expanding into real estate solutions for the middle class and hopefully in the next coming year we are going to look into that. The general economic situation in Nigeria affected almost all businesses but we are able to cope. So we adopt to the changing environment.”
Speaking on the theme:”Urban Elegance” Reflecting the Sophistication, Diversity, and Dynamism of Abuja’s Business Community, Karim said the event was intended to celebrate the successes of the year and foster meaningful connections towards the New Year amongst clients, partners, trade associations and the diplomatic community, among others.
He said since the commencement of full operations at the World Trade Center (WTC) Abuja and its Trade Services Department across the real estate world, there has been speculation by interested parties wishing to know its operational status, the scope of its activities and the services it offers.
According to him, there had not been major public events or activity that would provide an avenue for WTC Abuja to open its doors for an all-inclusive experience for potential clients and partners to relish the WTC Abuja real estate brand.