Mrs Tolulope Onalaja of RevolutionPlus Property also spoke about their plans for next year.
Now that the RevolutionPlus Property has become a holding company, what next, City people asked her?
In 2021, we want to come out in full. We want to come out fully next year. We found out during the pandemic that the most important things to man are food, clothe and shelter.
We are planning to go into the food business next year, especially bread. We want to feed people. We also want to go into the water business.
We also want to start building houses because that will create a legacy for us. This might not be profitable like a land sale but it will create a legacy for us. We want to do that in a bigger way in 2021.
City People also asked her what they have done differently during the Covid-19?
I would say we gave out a lot during the pandemic. I remember that somebody told me during the pandemic that people are hoarding, you guys are giving out, and I realised that immediately after the pandemic it’s like heaven just opened upon us.
You gave out 8 cars today, did you envisage that when you started Revolutionplus a few years back?
We didn’t even know we were going to give out 8 cars this year despite what has happened this year. We thank God for being so wonderful to us.
What other things do you think has helped RevolutionPlus brand?
I think one of the things that have worked for us is because people can identify a face with the brand. We have a lot of companies but we don’t know their MDs but in RevolutionPlus we are always proud of what we do. When we drop our money we know who we are dropping our money to and I think that works a lot and our presence in the United States works for us. We don’t do audio money, audio promises.
Also present were; City People Publisher, Seye Kehinde, Slot MD, Nnamdi Ezeigbo and many other eminent personalities.
Luli Band was outstanding on the stage. He serenaded the MD and his beautiful wife. The band is one of the highlights of the event as he ensured everyone had a good moment.