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NIDCOM Chairman Expresses Readiness To Partner Pelican Valley Ltd On Ecostay Apartments Project

ABEOKUTA – The Chairman/ CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa has expressed willingness to partner with the Pelican Valley Limited to ensure the success of Ecostay Apartments project saying she had watched the promoter, Amb. Babatunde Adeyemo for a long time and came to the conclusion that “he’s not the type of developer who will collect people’s money and run away.”

The former federal lawmaker and veteran Broadcast journalist added that she was particularly excited to see Adeyemo, a young Nigerian entrepreneur, doing great things, doing business and working very hard in the real estate sector to help create jobs and complements government’s efforts at addressing the nation’s housing deficit.

The NIDCOM Chairman stated this in Abuja at the business conference for investors.

Dabiri said “Well done Mr Adeyemo, this is Pelican Valley in Ogun State. I’m sure Nigerians in the diasporas will be interested in the projects. So, you will give us further details about it. We wish you great success.

“It is nice to see young Nigerian entrepreneurs doing great things, doing businesses and working very hard. We are supposed to be good with our brothers and sisters in diasporas and everywhere around the world. Hopefully, I should be able to buy one.

“I have watched him for a long time now and I think I’m particularly interested in what he’s doing. He’s not the type of developer who will collect people’s money and run away,” she said.

Abike Dabiri – Erewa had in December 2023 while addressing the Nigerians in the UK during the Avenue Impact Business Networking and Winter Ball at the Crown Plaza Hotel, London, called on Nigerians in the UK, United States and other parts of Europe to join hands with their fellow compatriots at home to build Nigeria to greater heights.

At that occasion which had Adeyemo in attendance as a keynote speaker, Dabiri – Erewa also solicited Nigerians’ support for one another to keep Nigeria aloft for honours, while Adeyemo harped on the need for the diasporas not to wait until they’ve attained the retirement age before making plans to japada, or establish investment ties back home with their fatherland.

Meanwhile, the Pelican Valley CEO has said the first batch of houses within the Pelican Ecostay Apartments will be launched on September 11, 2024.

Pelican’s Ecostay Apartments project is domiciled within the Pelican Brief Estate, an emerging Smart City at Kobape – Masa corridor of Ogun State, a location less than 45 mins drive from Ikeja, Lagos Capital.

Earlier this March, about N20million was expended to install Industrial Solar Street Lights at the estate, the link roads and other estates on the stable of the Pelican Valley Nigeria Limited, where Dr Babatunde Adeyemo is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and this is beside other basic infrastructure amenities that have already been put in place to ensure both clients’ comfort and eco – friendly status of the novel setting.

Also, over 10 neighbouring communities which include Kobape, Egbeda, Galatia, Masha, Mosunmore, Ijo-Alafia among others are beneficiaries of the installed industrial Solar lights

The real estate practitioner had told Abike Dabiri that the first set of houses in the Ecostay Apartments would be commissioned on September 11, 2024 and humbly solicited her presence at the auspicious occasion where the State Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, will be a special guest of honour while former governor Aremo Olusegun Osoba is expected as the Father of the Day.

He also told the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of NIDCOM that while most of the subscribers to the houses have up to September 2025 to complete the instalments payment plan for the properties, the projects will be completed for commissioning and ready for possession September, 2023.

The Pelican CEO also strongly noted Pelican Valley estates payment plans attracts no interest or hidden charge.

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