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Obasanjo to open Abuja River Park Estate


Former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo

Determined to bridge the housing gap in the country, a private developer has concluded plans to open its range of innovative houses in the nation’s capital, Abuja.

The estate christened River Park Estate, spanning across 501 hectares of land, and grouped into five clusters, with all being developed simultaneously will be commissioned by former President Olusegun Obasanjo.

The event, which is scheduled to hold at River Park Estate will also host the Inspector General of Police, Mr. Ibrahim Idris, who will unveil the state of the art police station in the estate.


A statement by the Chairman of River Park Estate, Paul odili, noted that, “River Park Estate is an exclusive community carefully designed for upper-middle class income earners who desire unique luxury in a serene environment with easy accessibility to major areas in the city.”

Other unique features of the Estate, according to Adrian Ogun, the Vice Chairman, include –  police station, asphalt surfaced road network with functioning street lights, underground drainage system, constant water supply and general electrification as well as a nine-hole members’ golf course.”

Adrian said a fully stocked health clinic and a nursery and primary school are all in operation.

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