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Two Nigerian real estate practitioners get recognition in Ghana

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Two Nigerian directors of iTech Homes and Properties, an indigenous real estate company, have been given honorary doctorate awards in Real Estate Management in Ghana by the Chartered Institute of Public Resources Management and Politics.

Toba Subair, managing partner and Olabode Odunlami, MD at Itech Homes and Properties were awarded for their achievements in a ceremony held on December 15, 2023.

“Toba’s strategic vision and dedication to excellence have played a pivotal role in the success of the company, earning him the admiration of peers and professionals in the real estate sector,” a statement.

According to the statement, the significant contributions of Odunlami to the real estate industry through Itech Homes and Properties have left an indelible mark.

“Olabode’s expertise and leadership have not only shaped the company but have also made lasting impacts on the broader field of real estate.”

The Chartered Institute of Public Resources Management and Politics in Ghana is known for its commitment to recognizing excellence and meticulously selecting these individuals for their exceptional achievements and influence in the realm of Real Estate Management.

According to the statement, this prestigious ceremony marks a significant milestone in the careers of Olabode and Toba, as they join the ranks of esteemed professionals acknowledged for their outstanding contributions to the real estate industry.

“The Chartered Institute’s recognition of Olabode Odunlami and Toba Subair reaffirms the importance of their contributions in shaping the future of real estate management,” the statement read.