The GMD and Members of Staff of one of Nigeria's  leading real estate, property design, construction, mass housing development and mortgage solutions Conglomerate, popularly known as Bstan Group had few days ago arrived Dubai in the United Arab Emirate for holidays.

According to our source, the GMD of Bstan Group, HRH (Dr.) Becky Olubukola PHD visited Dubai for the end of year holidays alongside over 20 Members of staff of Bstan Group. Our source also noted that the members of staff of Bstan group and it's GMD HRH ( Dr.) Becky Olubukola have really been having good times, especially with the wedding ceremony of two of it's own Mr. Obi Promise and Ovie Obi, who got wedded in quite a glamorous and colourful wedding ceremony in Dubai, the world's biggest city of tourism and commerce.

Speaking with the GMD in an exclusive chat, she noted that the travel was part of improving the Company's visionary engagements to support staff welfare and improve their training, while having a strong focus on building and engaging improvements for Bstan group. She also expressed joy for marriage of her son (staff) Obi Promise and Ovie Obinna. She says, "I am happy and full of joy in my heart for both of you, as you go on in your marriage, I pray for God to give you the needed wisdom, knowledge and understanding."

However, with a staff strength of over 250 intelligent, well trained and highly motivated sales team and over 1000 skilled laborers spread across the nation, Bstan group has remained undauntedly focused on  delivering several outstanding projects in real estate, property design, construction, mass housing development and mortgage solutions.

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