SDG: Firm moves to create opportunities to reduce effects of Covid-19, bad economy

A group, Browncon Group Limited, has expanded its operation as part of efforts to reduce the harsh economic situation in the country especially with the effect of covid-19, saying its well positioned to give better services and better lives of the citizenry.

It also stated that despite the pandemic and the prevailing economic fortunes, Nigeria and Africa at large remains the best destinations for business and investment.

Speaking with newsmen Sunday ahead of the launch of the corporate head office in Abuja, its founder, Browncon Group Limited, Samuel Brown Ndubuisi, said the firm takes pride and reputation in building successful businesses out of the opportunities in Africa, with Key interest in Real Estate, Business Management Consulting, Export, Tourism,  Agriculture,  Construction, Lending, Garment production, Healthcare, Commodity trading and Investment, with operations in Nigeria and Ghana. 
According to the founder, group is focused on contributing her quota to fulfilling the Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) No. 1 and 11, 9 & 17 by 2030 which drives towards alleviating of poverty in any form, sustainable cities communities, Industry Innovation and Partnerships,” he said.

Brown added that the opening of the corporate headquarters strategically at the heart of the nation was a bold move to further push the business’ frontiers at the highest level, even as we promise a better and convenient service delivery.

He said: “The move for the launch of the corporate headquarters to be strategically embedded in the heart of the Federal Capital Territory is both as it is spiritual and physical at a time others are shying away from this sort of endeavor.

“This will, in no small measure enhance our corporate image and position us as a global brand that we are in doing business at another level, as we plan to launch operations in Malawi, Kenya,  Rwanda and the UK.

“Without a doubt, Nigeria and much of Africa now sit at the intersection of deep-seated economic changes.  We believe this changes will drastically improve the economic prosperity of Nigeria and Unleash multi-dimensional opportunities for wealth creation and wealth building. 

“So, in spite of the well-known challenges of the country,  Nigeria remains one of the best countries for business and investment. 
On of its subsidiaries, Reyfield Properties & Construction, is a reputable Real Estate firm  poised to contribute its quote in reducing  the 16million housing home deficit in Nigeria,  by 2030 by providing modern affordable housing for Nigerias, Africans by using modern housing  technology and approach, 

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