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Adron Home and Property boss splashes N70m on rural electrification project in Ogun state – IT IS NOT ABOUT ME

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Information pieced together by ENCOMIUM Weekly revealed that Adron Home and Property boss would soon extend another generousity to other neigbouring committees within the same local government in a couple of months.

Sparing no cost to ensure the Oluwanisola dwellers enjoy light like their communities, all of N70 million was lavished on the project.

Speaking about this development, the gentle man behind Adron Homes and Property spoke with ENCOMIUM Weekly on Wednesday, November 30, 2016.

“The rural electrification project of the entire Igbalafe global community is a platform of positive communal transformation. It is not about me but about Adron Home and Property, which chose to extend its generousity to the community.

“Adron Home is a socially responsible organization that is truly committed to its planned massive development of its communities. The dwellers of Oluwanisola village, Atan territory would not forget in a hurry the kind gesture extended to them by Dr. Oba Adetola Emmanuel King, the notable real estate developer and brain behind Adron Homes and Property, as he splashes N70 million on the rural electrification project in the  community.

The villagers who have been dwelling in thick darkness for years now have electricity supply which has brought prosperity prospect and progress to the village. The project which commenced in February 2014 has been concluded and launched.

Sources squealed to ENCOMIUM Weekly that Adron Home took up the challenge in its bid to give back to societies and put smiles on faces of the villagers. More so, Atan is a host community of Adron Homes and Property housing scheme.

The electrification project was launched on Saturday, November 19, 2016. He also corroborated our findings about the amount splashed on the rural electrification project.

“It is a N70 million electrification project. Like I said earlier, it is a social responsibility. We are also extending our social responsibilities to other communities around us very soon.”

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