Karachi: Bahria Town Karachi welcomed six-members of Nigerian Delegation. Pakistan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs invited the delegation in order to strengthen the bilateral relations between the two countries and to highlight the softer and positive image of Pakistan to the International Community. The delegation visited Islamabad, Lahore and Karachi. While in Karachi, they specially showed interest in visiting Bahria Town Karachi.
The Nigerian delegation consisted of Mr. Jonathan Mela Juma, Acting Director General, National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies Nigeria, Mr. Okeke John Chinaka, Reporter, Authority Newspaper Limited Abuja, Mr. Opurum Kingsley Chukwuma, Foreign Affairs Correspondent, Leadership Newspaper, Ms. Sadiyat Inoh Abah, Broadcast Journalist, Africa Independent Television – Nigerian Satellite Television Station, Mr. Mannir Dan-Ali Ali, Chief Executive Officer/Editor-in-Chief, Media Trust Limited and Ms. Cecilia Umaru Gayya, Director General Administrative Staff, College of Nigeria, Topo-Badagry.
Management Bahria Town Karachi gave the delegation a detailed briefing about the projects of Bahria Town Karachi and gave them the tour of the town. On this occasion, Mr. Jonathan Mela Juma shared his enthusiasm about the projects by saying that, “after seeing the Bahria Town Karachi, it’s very clear that great ideas, extensive planning, conceptualization and a highly motivated team is behind this project”. He not only congratulated the Bahria Town team for their hard work and intention of providing the best to their country but also to the people who showed confidence in the project and made it successful. He further said that, “this project has everything, from hospital to schools, to sports facilities, cinema, golf course, dancing fountain, and zoo. In short this project has every possible facility which he has not seen in any other housing projects.”
Another member of the delegation Ms. Sadiyat Inog Abah said that, “Our perception of Pakistan has totally changed. Pakistan is definitely not the country we have heard about through international media. And by seeing Bahria Town Karachi I would say that Pakistan is most competitive country and is fast on its way towards development. I think people from all over the world should visit Pakistan and Bahria Town and see that it’s definitely not lagging behind.
The delegation of seven Nigerians were dazzled by the speed with which the project is being executed by a team of tens of thousands of workers some of whom are at work in a 24 hour shift. Their visit stretched into the night where they saw the whole town lit up. The delegates witnessed the dancing fountain. A luxurious dinner was hosted in the honor of the visiting delegates.
Bahria Town is the largest private real estate group not only in Pakistan but Asia. Currently, Bahria Town is developing Pakistan’s largest private real estate project in the port city known as Bahria Town Karachi, where a large number of families are already enjoying the luxury and convenience of Bahria Town’s signature lifestyle.