Kelechi Mbagwu, the head of CMB Building Maintenance & Investment Co. LTD is uninterested in being polite when it comes to the lack of affordable housing. It is often that people will continue trying to be polite and not saying anything about problems they see. While Kelechi Mbagwu will be as polite as possible, he will not sacrifice his cause to do so. In December of 2012, Kelechi Mbagwu was interviewed during the ten-year anniversary celebration of CMB Building Maintenance & Investment Co. LTD.
In an article posted on http://www.vanguardngr.com, points out that his company CMB had made a commitment to providing affordable housing to all. He said at the time that the country and its leaders had not made a commitment to affordable housing for everyone, “The truth is that the housing industry in Nigeria is not serious about making housing affordable. The governments in Nigeria, especially the state governments, are not serious about making housing affordable. There are so many things that can be done that can cut prices down drastically.
Kelechi Mbagwu knows that his company CMB Building Maintenance & Investment Co. LTD is committed to building affordable housing. In 2011, the Nigerian national housing deficit was 17 million units, and Kelechi Mbagwu also knows that it could easily get worse. That is one of the many reasons why he and his company are committed to getting the prices down. They would rather provide high quality living at affordable pricing to help relieve some of that housing deficit.