Ibeju-Lekki…. Africa’s first smart city emerges

Ibeju-Lekki…. Africa’s first smart city emerges

Construction work on the $300 million smart city project located along the Lekki-Epe axis has commenced. The project is being promoted by the Elegushi Royal Family and a private developer,  Channeldrill Resources Limited. The Imperial International Business City (IIBC) project, which stakeholders have acknowledged to be the first eco-friendly smart business city in Africa, will be part of the 200- hectare land reclamation aimed at, expanding the Ikate kingdom. According to the promoters, the project is funded through a British Foreign Direct Investment of about $300 million and off plan sales. They said the city would be zoned into residential, mixed use and commercial…
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LAGOS STATE SIGNS SMART CITY DEAL WITH DUBAI TO BE BUILT IN IBEJU LEKKI.

LAGOS STATE SIGNS SMART CITY DEAL WITH DUBAI TO BE BUILT IN IBEJU LEKKI.

The Lagos State government on Monday signed an agreement with the City of Dubai for the creation of Africa’s first smart city. The Memorandum of Understanding for the Lagos Smart City was on Monday signed at the Emirate Towers by the Lagos State Attorney-General and Commissioner of Justice, Mr. Adeniji Kazeem and the Chief Executive Officer of Smart City Dubai LLC, Mr. Jabber Bin Hafez. The signing of the MOU, which will make Lagos the home of the very first Smart City in Africa, was witnessed by the Chairman of Dubai Holdings, His Excellency, Ahmad Bin Byat who is also…
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your next five house rents will buy you a house

your next five house rents will buy you a house

Adelaide and Ajagungbade are two friends in the same Organization, they had been friends from the University and got a job same day at a Finance Parastatal in Marina. Having lived together for the first two years in Surulere, in 2006, it was time they got married one person had to relocate. With the wedding in three months, Ade’s fiancée opined that she got an offer to buy a 2-Bedroom Flat for N2,000,000 million in Agbodi, Lagos-Ibadan expressway. All that was needed was a 3months payslip, Employers confirmation and a payment of just N200, 000.00, and you’ll pack in. While…
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