Pelican-Breif Estate is the first Developer To get Approval from State Government- Ogun Comissioner

Pelican-Breif Estate is the first Developer To get Approval from State Government- Ogun Comissioner

The Ogun State government has disclosed that among the real estates in the State, Pelican-Brief Estate is the first developer to get total approval from the state government.

The Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development ,Town Planner Olatunji Odunlami, revealed this today during the comissioning of Electrification projets at the Estate kobape, Abeokuta.

Odunlami encourages anyone who is interested in buying a plot of land to patronise them without any doubt of been scammed.

He added that 98% of developers in the state do not go through the right process which is causing a lot of problems in the state.

The Comissioner explained that the government is doing all necessary to create an enabling environment for private companies, in order for the Private-Public partnership initiative of the government to strive. Stating that Pelican-Brief has supported the government to further realise such agenda.

He calls on other land advertisers and developers to ensure they get government approval, thereby encouraging Mr. Tunde to do more.

Odunlami therefore assures of the state government’s support and recognition of the project, saying that Tunde Adeyemo met all the requirements needed to develop the estate which makes him a diligent and persistent personality.

He also uses the opportunity to reinstate Dapo Abiodun’s commitment to affordable housing in the state saying the development has begun.

In his remarks, the CEO Pelican Boss Tunde Adeyemo, said it took a lot of diligence to discover the location of the estate. He says they are Igniting a smart city at the location.

"The Electrification and construction of basic amenities is in progress to provide an enabling environment to estate companies to Foster.

He therefore assures that they add values to their customers by making them ambassadors after their patronage.

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