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BSTAN Group Takes Affordable House Campaign To School Children

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 … As Tulip Int,.School others emerges winner maiden edition of BSTAN legacy Quest

Joel Ajayi

In its quest to ensure a good and affordable house for Nigerians BSTAN Group, one of the leading real estate firm in Nigeria has commenced the BSTAN legacy Quest competition for school children an initiative that believes would encourage children through land banking which is the fast way of building legacy and future of Nigerians children

In the Senior Secondary Category Adargo chinelo Nnamidi of Nigerian TULIP International school defeated Nnodim purity Chibuchi and Olamide Abisoye of SASCON International School who came 2nd and 3rd to clinch the 2021 edition of the BSTAN legacy Quest completion.

In The Junior Secondary School category,Ifeoluwa Adeleye of LEAD British School conquered her school mate Kelechi Valentine and Khadija Abdulrahman of the glisten international school in who came 2nd and 3rd respectively

Speaking shortly after the grand finale, the BSTAN group GMD he royal Highness, Erelu Dr. Becky Olubokola said tht Bstan legacy quest is a schools competition targeted at children to invest in real estate through land banking campaign initiatives.

Dr Olubukola revealed that BSTAN legacy Quest is aimed at encouraging property ownership across of every age grade which preaches no one is too young to own a property or own a land no matter age, class.

When asked, while did the BSTAN take the campaign of affordable houses to school children? she replied: “what we are doing is to reach out to many kids as possible and encouraging them through land banking which is fast way of building legacy the kids and build their future in such a way that they can achieve anything they want to achieve in the long run.

“Average Nigerians hardily can afford 3 square meals talk more of owing a shelter and as we all know that shelter is a basic need of life and for us in BSTAN home it’s important that we ensure that everyone have capacity to own a home.

“That is why we came up with our affordable home which is best platform in Nigeria that cater for less privileged, the lower, middle and high class we have our project everywhere across Nigeria, we have over 26,000 thousand houses going on in all our project.

“75% of all our project are all affordable home and we give people a room to pay 3 years installment and 7 years installment for me, it’s important that everyone deserve to have a home that is why we in BSTAN home brought up different campaign

 “We have the trader’s scheme that makes people to pay 2,300 every day for a period of five years

“We have the kids legacy we brought affordable to to children because they are inheritance, they are our tomorrow and most parent are hustling and busting around forgetting that they need to keep something for these children, a child that you did not teach about heritage will sell all the property that you have when parent dies, that is why these children need need to be taught from now the mindset of investments in real estates.”

On her own, one of the winners, Miss Chinelo Nnamidi a 15 years old student Nigerian TULIPS International Academy Abuja expressed: “I feel very great, I feel very happy.

 Kudos to the organizer for this great event for giving children opportunities to get what they are not imagines getting at their young ages its very nice approach I am speechless.” 

When asked what is going to do with the land? She replied: “I really don’t know but i will keep it for my future.”

However, about 24 schools in FCT participated, pruned to 5 that participated in final and the winners of each category smiled home with a plot of lands, cash, as the 6 contestants were made brand Ambassadors of BSTAN as certain part of their Tuition fees will be taken care of every year.

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Proprietor urges outgoing students to be good ambassadors

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The proprietor JFK Progressive School, Pastor Kayode Jegede, on Saturday has urged graduants  to be good ambassadors as they move to the next level of their academic pursuit.


The proprietor urges  graduands to always remember the good moral they learnt in school which includes: the fear of God, hard work, honesty and humility, in all their endeavours.


“My advice to the graduants is that they should always remember that they must be the best in all character.


They should remember that they are good ambassador of JFK and always continue to keep  the good name of the school.


“They should continue to aspire higher and the sky is the limit for them because  I see them going places, they are the leaders of tomorrow,”he said.


According to him, the school started in 2011 when it was  name ‘JFK International School’


“We change the name later  to JFK Progressive School due to some internal arrangement.


“Since we started the school have gone far, we thank God for where we are today, we are writing  West African Examinations Council (WAEC), National Examination Council (NECO) in our school.


“Our students  wrote  Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) score 250 and above, this is first set   of SS3 graduating .
“Some of them also sat forJunior Secondary School Certificate (JSCE) and  West African Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE) they did well.


“We are expecting results from WAEC and I believe they will have outstanding results,” he said.


He noted that the school participated in a school talent competition and they did well.
“The school participated in a talent hunt competition organized by Christ Embassy church in Lugbe. We came second.


He added that the motto of the school is: Knowledge, Progress and Excellence. 
On his part, the school administrator,  Kabiru Yabubu, said the school is committed to the success of each student.
“We make sure that we touch the area that will bring the best in our students, we always come out with good  results whenever we go for any school competition.


” We face challenges and we are committee to slove any challenges that come out way.
 “We have some students that were not doing well when they came here by God grace they are doing well.


“We work in the area we they are lacking to put them in the same level with their pairs.
“We build them for a better tomorrow,”he said.
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