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We are closing knowledge gap in Real Estate Industry with new academy – BRG ACADEMY Dean, Emmanuel Osoteku



An investment in knowledge pay the best interest as Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belong to those who prepare for it today. It is safe to say no one knows tomorrow as Education today will surely prepare you for what is yet to come.

A Real Estate  based  academy is beneficial to anyone looking to build a long term wealth, as it is an ever evolving sector growing progressively.  Nigerian Newsdirect  further explores the business world with the brazing of a young CEO and Dean of the reputable Billionaire Realtor Group Academy (BRG), Mr. Emmanuel Osoteku as he unveils life around the Real Estate world and how he has made an entry balance in the industry. Deborah Onatunde brings the Excerpt.

Can you introduce yourself?

I am the Dean & Director of Studies of the first biggest Real Estate Academy in Africa known as the BRG ACADEMY

What brought about the name  BILLIONAIRE REALTOR  GROUP ACADEMY?

The BRG Academy is an initiative of the Billionaire Realtor Group, a network of Nigeria’s leading independent real estate marketers specialising in comprehensive integrated solutions for real estate brokers. Hence, the need for Disruptive Innovation & providing cutting edge solutions to the knowledge gap in the Real Estate Industry brought about the establishment of the BRG Academy. The BRG Academy is created as an institution that serves as a platform to promote individual development through the transfer of skills, expert knowledge and insight, give realtors competitive edge as a sales person so as to help deliver higher margins and achieve greater sales productivity.

When was it established?

It was established in 2022.

What was  the aim  towards the founding of BRG Academy?

It is created for the purpose of  learning for real estate consultants and realtors where they are engaged with the modern day technology, practical trainings with specific skills and in-depth knowledge they need to develop their expertise as a complete sales person in the real estate industry.

How many  people formed  the BRG  Academy?

We  were four people who established the BRG Academy  from,   Dr. Tony Kolawole Aspire (President, Billionaire Realtor Group),    Dr. Emmanuel Abikoye
(COO, Billionaire Realtors Group),    Mr. GBENGA Adeleke (CAO, Billionaire Realtor Group),   Emmanuel Osoteku (Dean, BRG Academy).

Are there  any government policies affecting  the smooth running of the  organisation?

We have a smooth relationship with the Government and we look forward to expanding across Africa and the diaspora.

How credible is the certification?

It is a  game changer for us, as we said, we are disrupting this industry as certification by BRG Academy is now collaborated with the Metropolitan School of Business and Management (MSBM) in the UK and Dubai.

Where do you see BRG Academy in the next 5O years?

BRG would have grown from an Academy to a University, as the goal is  to make it an institution and a legacy project that when you talk about real estate in Nigeria the number one name in mind is BRG Academy. The vision is to integrate it to Universities across Africa, where they can take our Courses as a major course in the institution. Companies and schools would send in staff and students to the Academy to run internship programmes.

Is the BRG Academy for only Nigerians?

It is an academy open for everyone both the diaspora people around the world, as the academy stands as an equipping center to learn.

What has been the results?

Yes, we have testimonial videos that show students doing seven figures per month and even in dollars also selling properties on a global scale, people who came in with nothing, people who were nobody have now leveled up.

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CBN disowns notice on cryptocurrency transactions



The Central Bank of Nigeria says a notice circulating on social media about the risk of cryptocurrency is fake news.

The Apex disclosed this via its official X account, urging the public to disregard the purported notice for all Deposits Money Bank, Non-Bank Financial Institutions, and other Financial Institutions.

The notice reminded “Institutions that dealing in cryptocurrencies and facilitating payments for cryptocurrency exchanges is prohibited”.

However, CBN said the content doesn’t originate from it.

“This information does not originate from the Central Bank of Nigeria.

“For authentic updates, please visit the official website,” CBN wrote.

Recall that the CBN governor, during the Bank’s 293rd Monetary Policy Committee meeting, said over $26 billion funnelled through Binance.

On Tuesday, the Chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, Ola Olukoyede, said the anti-graft agency froze about 300 accounts to ensure the safety of the foreign exchange market.

The Nigerian government had continued clamping down on Binance and other cryptocurrency platforms amid efforts to defend the Naira in the foreign exchange market.

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Biden says U.S. will begin sending weapons to Ukraine



U.S. President Joe Biden wants to start delivering of weapons and equipment to Ukraine this week.
The president said this shortly after the U.S. Senate approved billions of dollars in new aid for the country under attack from Russia.
“I will sign this bill into law and address the American people as soon as it reaches my desk tomorrow so we can begin sending weapons and equipment to Ukraine this week,” Biden said.
By passing the legislative package, which also includes billions of dollars in aid for Israel and Taiwan, the U.S. Congress has demonstrated the power of American leadership in the world, Biden added.
“We stand resolutely for democracy and freedom, and against tyranny and oppression.”
There is an urgent need for support for Ukraine, which is being subjected to relentless bombardment from Russia, Biden said.
The bill also contains aid for Israel, which has recently faced unprecedented attacks from Iran.
“This critical legislation will make our nation and world more secure as we support our friends who are defending themselves against terrorists like Hamas and tyrants like Putin,” Biden said.
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NSCDC deploys personnel to JAMB CBT centres in Anambra



The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), said it has deployed personnel to ensure a hitch-free 2024 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) in Anambra.

The state Commandant, Olatunde Maku, stated this after monitoring the conduct of the exams across CBT centres in Awka, on Wednesday.

Some of the centres visited are, Integral Development Konsult on Enugu/Onitsha Expressway, White House in Awka, JAMB Centre located inside JAMB office in Amawbia and Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka.

Others are St. John of God ICT Hub, Awka and Kachukwu Ventures Staff Development Centre, behind Government House in Awka.

The examination centres take candidates in three batches: 7 a.m., 10 a.m. and 12 p.m.

Maku said that the synergy between NSCDC and the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) had yielded positive results in reducing exam malpractice.

He said that the monitoring of the centres would continue till the end of the examination period, to ensure a seamless conduct of the exercise and promote transparency.

“We are firm in our determination to protect critical national assets and infrastructure including JAMB centres.

“Which was why the NSCDC deployed personnel to JAMB CBT centres in the state to ensure security and so far they have been professional in carrying out their mandate,” he said.

Maku advised candidates writing the 2024 UTME to be law abiding and avoid being in possession of prohibited or incriminating items during the examination.

He warned unauthorised persons against loitering around designated exam centre, adding that anyone found wanting would be arrested and prosecuted.

Also speaking, Mrs Jema Iheme, JAMB Coordinator, Anambra state, commended NSCDC for their support and for ensuring security of candidates and staff at the exam centres.

Iheme said that the swift response of NSCDC to emergencies and enforcement of exam rules and regulations was contributing to a smooth and secured exam process so far.

NAN also reports that about 1.9 million candidates are expected to write the JAMB UTME, which commenced on April 19 and would end on April 29.

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