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Adron boss, Emmanuel King gives back to society

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Oba Adetola Emmanuel King, the Group Managing Director of Adron Homes and Properties Limited, has swung into action to give back to society through the recent formal launching of N70 million rural electrification project, funded and executed by his firm at Oluwanisola Village, Atan in Ado-Odo Ota Local Council of Ogun State.

It was a highly success event that had presence of the Alatan of Igbalefa land, Oba Olatunji Oluyemi, and his royal entourage.

The Baale of Oluwanisola, Chief Folorunso Olatoye Soetan, neighbouring village heads, traditional chiefs of Oluwanisola and government functionaries were also present at the event.

Emmanuel, in his opening address, said the project of the entire Igbalefa Global community, which started as a mere joke through the ground-breaking ceremony on February 7, 2014 has become a platform of positive communal transformation.

He stated: “Today, the smiling faces of the indigenes and residents of the Oluwanisola, popularly known and referred to as Abule Tisa, is a loud and clear testimony that the fortunes of the present and future generation of the cluster of villages that make up the Igbalefa Global community have permanently changed for the better.”

He further said that the initial challenges that threatened the noble objectives of Adron Homes and Properties Limited at the onset of their relationship with the community was not because the people hate progress, but due to their love, passion and ageless yearnings for physical infrastructural development of their beloved villages.

“They only hated and still hate being deceived,” he said.

Oba Oluyemi, in his address, appreciated Emmanuel and the management of Adron Homes for their development of their land.


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