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My education helps my business, says Natty CTS Agency boss, Oladeebo Olanrewaju

Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Natty CTS Agency, Oladeebo Olanrewaju Ismail, has clarified why he acquired academic qualifications, stressing that none of his diplomas or degrees is a waste of time or knowledge to him.
He substantiated his submission by clarifying his motivation for a degree in international business at the University of Chester, UK. “Studying international business increase one’s understanding of the connectedness of businesses, markets, people and information across countries and the ability to exploit opportunities across borders, and for me, working across countries is a necessity for the kind of business empire I envisioned for myself,” he said.

He made the clarification while inspecting the construction site of a major building project by his company in Lekki.
Giving further background on his odyssey into entrepreneurship, he disclosed: “I ventured into entrepreneurship in the year 2000, even before I completed my tertiary education. Today, I am into different kinds of business.”

While his company, Natty CTS Agency is known mostly for real estate, especially as a developer of estates, general constructions and other property-related services, ambassador Oladeebo Olanrewaju (as he is better known) avowed that “I am also an independent marketer of oil and gas products such as petroleum, kerosene, and diesel.”
His business, as he explained is like a group with property, oil and gas, distribution and spa subsidiaries “all under the umbrella of the Natty CTS Agency,” he stated.
The Natty CTS Agency boss who once disclosed that he inherited the passion for real estate from his late father who while he was alive had been a prominent real estate developer who used to take his then young son to construction sites, has however distinguished himself as a well-learned person having multiple academic qualifications in diverse but business and work-related fields from institutions in Nigeria and abroad including Ire Polytechnic, Olabisi Onabanjo University, Lagos State University and the University of Chester.

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