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Soludo calls for investment into paradise estate to make Anambra liveable, prosperous






By Okechukwu Onuegbu


Anambra State governor, Professor Chukwuma Soludo, Weekend, commended the management of Dotland Property Development company limited for acquiring and developing paradise estate at Enugu-Agidi, which according to him, would help develop Awka Capital Territory.

Soludo, who chaired the ground breaking ceremony of Paradise City Estate, Enugwu-Agidi, Njikoka Local Government Area, explained that the property would equally help to make Anambra State liveable and prosperous as envisaged by his administration.

The governor, represented by the Managing Director and Chief Executive of Anambra Broadcasting Service (ABS), Hon. Chido Obidiegwu, stressed that his administration was committed to providing enabling environment to the citizenry with genuine businesses and intentions to thrive. 

"We gathered because of the importance attached to house and shelter. The governor is already providing food, water, education, youth and women empowerment, and others. Our people living within and outside Anambra should bring their wealth home by providing shelter, industries and others.

"We have about 440 plots or two hectares of land here. You can purchase as many plots as possible because they are genuine and unencumbered property. You won't have issue with anyone. Enugwu-Agidi are in support of it. Whatever investment you make here are in good hands and you will reap the benefits later," he added. 

Contributing, the Managing Director, Anambra State Housing Corporation, Mr Chike Anyaonu, represented by Mr Eric Onwumere, said the government would assist the property owner to access resources from various trusted sources to complete the estate.

Also speaking, Mr Chidozie Igweonwu, the publicity secretary of Enugu-Agidi Brotherly Union (EBU), who represented the community, assured their support, even as he prayed for potential inhabitants to the property to be fruitful and prosperous in all endeavours. 

Earlier, the Managing Director, Dotland Property Development company limited, Chief Emeka Anyadubalu, assured that relevant documents related to the Paradise estate were available and issuable to those willing to invest into the property.

Anyadubalu, who averred that the price for a plot at the Paradise estate was ₦3.5 million, explained that investors can equally decide to pay in installments, adding that it was a few minutes drive to Awka and Chinį»„a Achebe International Cargo and Passangers Airport respectively.

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