Mshel homes has unveiled a hospitality outfit, Lisa Suites, in Abuja, with a plan to boost and empower young Nigerians in the hospitality industry and overall, upskilling local talent.
Speaking at the launching ceremony of the industry, Group Managing Director/CEO Mshel Group Limited, Barka Umaru Mshela explained that the industry is established to help expand the frontiers of real estate in Nigeria and bridge the housing gap in the Federal Capital Territory.
He said the group has put in place necessary things in place and a very good customer care representative experts to serve customers with the highest level of customers service.
“Our own desire is to give you comfort and luxury, and this can only be achieved through deliberate and conscious efforts to make sure they all your needs as it concerns luxury and accommodations is catered for, this is why we are championing the new movement of real estate and our houses are fully smart.”
Mshela further noted that the project which cost the company over N2.5 billion is set to create a lot of opportunities in the hospitality industry in Nigeria.
“It has a lot of potential where people are looking for a place where they can sit down, relax and have good opportunities.”
For the new administration, Mshela expressed belief that President Bola Ahmed Tinubu as a business man will reorganised real estate as he did in Lagos state.
“My anticipation is that there will be a great opportunity in Nigeria for him to tap a lot of opportunities that will bring about foreign investment and will increase our economic activities in the city of Abuja and Nigeria at large,” he said.
He noted there are a lot of opportunities in the hospitality industry in Nigeria, because it has a lot of potential where people are looking for a place where they can sit down, relax and have good opportunities.
“So for me I believe we are ripe in the market, we have come when a lot of opportunities reside here in Abuja,” he added.
Also, Chairman of the Board, Musa Tarimbuka noted that the hospitality industry in Nigeria is still evolving with an upward trend, because the gap is very wide.
‘‘In Abuja today if you are to name top-notch suites, it’s less than two percent of the total requirement in Abuja. So the market is very wide, it is open for those who have the resources to deploy to produce the kind of structure that will meet the needs of the people’’ he stated.
Meanwhile, cutting of the ribbon was performed by Gen Martin Luther Agwai CFR, NAM (Rtd).
While other dignitaries present at the event include, the Board of Directors, Folahanmi Ogunbodede, Adewale Fagbenro, MD Lisa Suite, Comfort Amos Kwari, MD Admin Mshel Homes Ltd, Akilahyel Bwala.