HDAN Congratulates New REDAN President, Exco, Urges Collaboration for Housing Solutions

Taiwo Ajayi
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Africa’s leading non-governmental housing advocacy organization, Housing Development Advocacy Network (HDAN) has extended congratulations to Akintoye Adeoye, the newly inaugurated president of the Real Estate Developers Association of Nigeria (REDAN), along with the newly elected executive members, on their victory.

In a statement issued by Festus Adebayo, the executive director of HDAN, the network expressed optimism for a new era within REDAN and the housing sector at large.

Emphasizing the need for effective leadership, HDAN urged the newly appointed officials to leverage their positions to revitalize REDAN and attract key stakeholders and professionals.

Highlighting the current economic challenges in the country, HDAN underscored the importance of addressing these issues to ensure the realization of affordable housing goals. The network urged REDAN to join in the advocacy for economic reforms that will benefit the real estate sector in Nigeria stating that without these reforms, the quest for accessible housing will be hindered.

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In addition, HDAN emphasized that the new REDAN leadership should be mindful of the prevailing economic challenges facing the country, which have begun to affect housing delivery. They urged the incoming officials to adopt a strategic approach and actively engage in collaborative efforts that will maximize the impact of their tenure.

HDAN expects the new leadership to navigate these economic hurdles adeptly, leveraging partnerships and innovative solutions to address the pressing housing needs of the nation. “By fostering robust collaborations and strategic initiatives, the new leadership has the opportunity to make a significant and lasting impact on the housing sector, ultimately advancing the goal of accessible housing for all Nigerians”, Adebayo added.

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Furthermore, HDAN announced plans to unveil its agenda for the new leadership of the association and pledged to evaluate its performance within a year, demonstrating its commitment to promoting accountability and progress within the industry.

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