The premium property market in the nation’s capital, Abuja, got a boost recently with the successful completion of the elegant EFAB Crystal located in Gwarimpa.
EFAB Crystal is the newest addition to the string of residential housing estates from the staple of EFAB properties Limited, a firm known for adopting innovative approaches to property development.
The 26-unit housing estate, built on two hectares of land, is located off 3rd avenue, 36 road by Mike Okonkwo close, Gwarinpa.
The exquisite estate has 20 stand-alone and 6 semi-detached 5-bedroom duplexes complete with pent houses and boys’ quarters.
Considering the cost of production and the relative utilities of the properties, many would consider the prices of the units cheap.
A unit in the estate goes for a price range of N85-N90 million and buyers would get their keys three weeks after confirmation of payment.
The site engineer, Mr. Justice Dike, who shed some light on the cost of the properties said the houses were affordable and moderately charged in view of location in the high-brow area of Gwarimpa.
He said in order to encourage ownership by different class of people, potential buyers would have the opportunity to make outright purchase by making full cash payment or pay by installment.
“installmental payment can be made within a minimum of 3 months and maximum of 6 months.
“Everything is done except the fittings. That will be done when payments are made, so when you pay, you give us a minimum of 3 weeks and a maximum 1 month to complete the fittings,” he added.
EFAB Crystal estate is one of the numerous projects undertaken by EFAB developers, which had previously completed estates such as EFAB Metropolis Along Kubwa Express, EFAB Lokogoma, EFAB
All the estates have made remarkable progress in terms of infrastructure development, such as roads, drainage channels which are continuously adding to the development of Abuja.
Being a major player in real estate sector in Nigeria, EFAB limited have supported the federal government severally. They built 1000 units of houses and handed over to Police Corporation in 2014 while in 2015, EFAB donated a three-bedroom flat in Dakwa area of Dei Dei, Abuja to father of quintuplets Mr. Imudia Uduehi as a social responsibility project.
Focussed on helping People own their own houses irrespective of their social strata, Chief Fabian Nworah, the Chairman of Efab Properties Limited, established a mortgage bank, which is a first generation mortgage bank, to give mortgage to people that want to buy houses.
Nworah is an accomplished entrepreneur and philanthropist whose life of service for humanity follows the pattern of highly successful businessmen the world over.
Amnesty Programme boss, Dokubo laments at burial of sister, says ‘A pain that’ll never go has come’
Coordinator of the Presidential Amnesty Programme, Prof. Charles Dokubo said at the weekend that the recent death of his elder sister, Madam Amaro Roseline Dokubo, has caused him an eternal pain.
Describing his late sister as a mother and friend, Dokubo lamented on Saturday at a funeral ceremony in Abonnema, Akuku-Toru Local Government Area of Rivers State, that until her death, she stood by him through thick and thin.
“Sister Ama, I know you are at peace where you are and there is no need for tears. I know how much tears I shed on the day of your death when I received the phone call that you had passed on. As I stood motionless in my office, consumed with grief, the tears kept rolling, giving me a feeling of emptiness of heart. I realized that a pain has come that will never go away and I must own that you have gone forever”, Dokubo said in a tribute before her body was interred.
Prof Charles Dokubo, Coordinator Presidential Amnesty Programme, greeting the Clergy’s , at the sister’s burial ceremony Late Madam Amaro Roseline Dokubo, held in Port Harcourt, on Saturday 15th June.
While calling her care and love for her siblings and family members, he said “for me, your younger brother, you always shared in my joys, sorrows, laughter, tears and successes; an inspiration from my tender age to my adulthood, up to the time you departed. You are gone, but there is a place deep down in my heart where God has placed a love for you. My beloved sister, you will remain there forever”.
Dokubo said he considered himself lucky to have had a loving, caring and supportive sister like Madam Amaro. “I will miss our little talks, our uncommon jokes, your comforting and reassuring voice; your inspirational words of wisdom, guidance and advice”.
Section seating of families at the Church service burial ceremony of Late Madam Amaro Roseline Dokubo, sister of Prof Charles Dokubo, Coordinator Presidential Amnesty Programme held in Port Harcourt, on Saturday 15th June.
Until her death on April 11, in Abuja at the age of 73, Madam Amaro presided over a flourishing business empire with diverse interests and was also a contractor to local and multinational firms as well as MDAs in Rivers State. She was also a respected community and religious leader.
Dignitaries across the country from the private and public sector, among them politicians, traditional, religious and community leaders, attended her funeral ceremony held on June 15, which included commendation services at St. Cyprian’s Anglican Church, Port Harcourt, and St. Augustine’s Anglican Church, Abonnema, Rivers State.
Families standing by the casket at the Church service burial ceremony of Late Madam Amaro Roseline Dokubo, sister of Prof Charles Dokubo, Coordinator Presidential Amnesty Programme held in Port Harcourt, on Saturday 15th June.
In Port Harcourt, the officiating minister for the interment service for Madam Amaro, Rev. Canon Isaac Erekosima noted that it is a joyful moment when a child is born, but an end must come and all humans should prepare for it.
He urged the congregation to do the will of God and always think of eternity to qualify for God’s reward after death. The deceased’s daughter, Rosebella Briggs, described her as a woman of substance.
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YES INTERNATIONAL! Magazine’s Special All-Colour Edition to mark 8th Anniversary hits the stands
In keeping with tradition, YES INTERNATIONAL! Magazine, one of Nigeria’s most respected celebrity journals and owners of the premium website, www.theyesng.com, has wrapped up work on yet another all-colour, all-gloss special edition which will go on sale nationwide from Monday, June 17, 2019. The special edition is in commemoration of their 8th Anniversary.
Loaded with exclusive interviews and enchanting stories, among them are why most young people find it difficult to manage success, by the billionaire mogul behind Doyin Group, Samuel Adedoyin and Prima Garnet’s front man, Lolu Akinwunmi, who reminisced on life at 60 as well as how and why he fell in love with advertising. On the line up is also one of Nigeria’s most beautiful and best dressed women, Shade Okoya, who shared the story of her life as billionaire Rasaq Okoya’s wife and respected journalist and publisher of TheCable, Simon Kolawole, who laid bare the secrets and strategies needed to stand out in journalism, especially online. We also have showbiz sensations, Kate Henshaw and Bovi Ugboma, who opened up like never before on stardom and its allures while herbal slimming expert, Quincy Ayodele and Funke, wife of NB Plc top shot, Tayo Adelaja, permitted us front-row seats at their fantastic and talk-of-the-town birthday parties. The former took place in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and the latter in Nigeria.
“There are equally other exciting and enthralling stories and interviews that will not only keep you glued to this 8th Anniversary special edition, but inspire and impact your life greatly. Again, to appreciate our darling readers for standing by us all through the years, a copy of the magazine will be sold at a give-away price of just N300”, said Azuh Arinze, Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of the magazine.
On why they won’t be holding their annual lecture this year, Azuh, former Editor of Encomium Weekly and author of The CEO’s Bible, cited a logistics challenge.
“Our speaker had a major set back and that unfortunately changed our game plan. However, I would like to assure all our fans and lovers of YES INTERNATIONAL! Magazine that we are going to make up for that during our 9th anniversary, which is in 2020”.
The YES INTERNATIONAL! Magazine Annual Lecture Series, it would be recalled, has so far attracted heavyweights like Mr. Udeme Ufot (of SO & U Advertising), Mr. Biodun Shobanjo (of Troyka Holdings), Prof. Pat Utomi (of Centre for Values and Leadership), Sir Steve Omojafor (of STB McCann), Dr. Gabriel Ogbechie (of Rainoil), Dr. Leo Stan Ekeh (of Zinox Computers), Mr. Lolu Akinwunmi (of Prima Garnet), Mrs. Nike Akande (former Minister of Industry), Barrister Taiwo Adeoluwa (immediate past Secretary to the Ogun State Government), Apostle Anselm Madubuko (of Revival Assembly), among many others. The event holds every June 19.
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