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Catholic society takes possession of land title in Lagos

By Olayide Soaga
02 May 2022   |   3:42 am
The Catholic Church Society for Holy Child Jesus (SHCJ) has taken possession of their land title in the Intercontinental Park Estate at Ibeju Lekki, Lagos.

Omorinsola Oladekojo of the Marketing Department of Aimart (left); Head of Real Estate, Catholic Church Society for Holy Child Jesus (SHCJ) Rev. Sister Christianah Olagunju; her colleague, Rev Sister Juliana Onyeoke and Head of Operation AIMART, Mrs. Bright Taiwo during the presentation of the certificate of allotment to SHCJ in Lagos.

The Catholic Church Society for Holy Child Jesus (SHCJ) has taken possession of their land title in the Intercontinental Park Estate at Ibeju Lekki, Lagos.

The presentation ceremony was held at the Catholic Mission by the Head of Operations for AIMART Realtors, Mrs. Bright Taiwo to the Head of Real Estate for the Society, Reverend Sister Christianah Olagunju and her colleague, Reverend Sister Juliana Onyeoke.

Earlier in the year at the Ground Breaking Ceremony, Taiwo had received the allotment certificate on behalf of the Society from Chief Executive Officer, AIMART, Mrs. Bukola Iluyomade, and had to deliver it to enable SHCJ take lawful possession of the land.

Intercontinental Park, Ibeju Lekki is a mixed zone estate and hub for social, economic, business, religious and recreational activities, within the Ibeju-Lekki axis after Eleko Junction; it falls under the Origanrigan Resettlement Scheme.

It is a few minutes’ drive after Dangote Refinery and bordered within a cluster of five residential areas, which are Dangote Residents, Alaro-City, Amen Estate, Heritage Meadow, and Rehoboth Ocean View Estate.

It is part of a hub with multiple streams of income flowing in within a layout of about 28 acres (approximately 139,000 square meters) of land, which has in it, the Central Business District harbouring the maritime school, hospitals, schools (which hospitality, residential apartments and resort centres.

After receiving the certificate, Olagunju, who recounted why they chose to invest in Intercontinental Park instead of other estates, said: “Our plan is to build a school there.” She thanked the promoters of the project and promised to physically take over the site soon.

The estate claims to be among the best in terms of ambience, spotlight, and developmental delivery. It is conceived as an eco-friendly and environmentally sustainable gated community offering facilities and services that will foster qualitative living, better health, improved communal relationships and social engagement. The scheme holds land title with Certificate of Occupancy.