Adom Group to build more affordable houses for Ghanaians
Founder and Group Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the Adom Group of Companies Dr Bright Adom has revealed that his company is resolute in their pledge to provide affordable housing for Ghanaians.
The Group CEO made this known affirming that the Adom brand is serious about becoming the ultimate name in affordable housing in Ghana and beyond.
This was contained in a statement by the Adom Group for 2022, read at the annual thanksgiving service dubbed ‘Aseda Kese’.
“We must emphasise that our success story to date, and especially in 2022, is based on the vast experience, professionalism, hard work, and dependability of our outstanding EXCO and Management teams,” the statement containing the CEO’s remarks said.
“Together with the extraordinary and astute leadership of the Group CEO, Dr Bright Adom, and the entire management, we pledge our unflinching support for this enviable growing Adom brand, and we will stay steadfast in our pursuit of being the top name in affordable housing in Ghana and beyond. We can confidently say with God’s grace and direction coupled with strong penchant for excellence, Adom City Estate, the Group’s flagship brand, and its sister companies will continue to offer solutions, not promises, to all our cherished customers,” it also noted.
He further thanked the company’s Board of Directors for their “guidance and advisory support and to you our cherished customers and stakeholders for your continuous belief in the brand which has necessitated our drive to excellence in the real estate/housing industry to become a household name in the provision of affordable housing in the country.”
Dr Bright Adom also disclosed that he desires to see people have decent places they can call their homes and this vision can only be spearheaded by a dedicated team of workers hence his desire to see lots of people joining the various companies to help deliver on these set objectives.
“Currently, we have over 200 staff (permanent and casual) and over 500 artisans and still counting. The vision is to employ more to help them also put food on the table for their families in these challenging times. This is our little contribution to reducing unemployment in Ghana,” he said.
He further affirmed his company’s commitment to building more affordable houses for Ghanaians to reduce the housing deficit in the country.
According to him, quality is important and cannot be compromised. He added that: “We will pursue quality with affordability. That is where we have carved a niche for our brand in the industry.”
“Our brand stands for quality, innovation, and leadership. That is our pledge!” he stressed.
According to him, his company will provide Value for Money (VFM) and Added Value for Money (AVFM) which are critical and expedient to keep the Adom Brand ahead of its peers.
“We will continue to be a leader in affordable housing and break frontiers to provide affordable luxury houses, and apartments in specific locations in Ghana,” he added.
Dr Adom disclosed that Adom Heights, a subsidiary of his company will construct high-rise apartments at Achimota while Ace Heights will construct affordable luxury at Adenta Fafraha and other locations.
He further revealed that Adom City Estates, an award-winning company, will continue its affordable housing projects in Tema Community 25, Kutunse (DVLA), Apollonia, Kasoa, etc
“We will provide exceptional customer service to all our clients and pledge to deliver on our timelines to build trust and confidence in the brand,” he noted.
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