Anambra State Commissioner of Lands, Bonaventure Enemali has commended the GSS Group for aligning with the ‘think home’ philosophy of the Governor Willie Obiano-led administration.
Enemali who stated this while flagging off the allocation of plots in Dubai Estate in Awka, the state capital, said he was elated by the 30 hectare-land estate with its prospective features, describing it as one with exceptional class.
He stressed that the firm was committed to delivering quality and affordable accomodation to the people of the state, urging residents to maximize the opportunity offered by the facility to acquire properties in the estate.
He said, “I must commend the innovative acumen of the GSS Group Chairman, Arch. Chukwudi Ezenwa. He’s indeed one of the best realtors in the state.
“We’ll give the group the necessary support having shown committed to bringing quality and affordable living to Ndi Anambra.”
Responding, Chairman of the GSS Group, Arc. Ezenwa disclosed that much has been committed into the estate, pledging the firm’s readiness to bringing aspirational and luxury living to the state.
“With the Group’s efforts in private security, plans are being put in place to ensure the estate enjoys a top-notch security system,” he said.
Ezenwa listed the sites and services in the estate to include access roads and drainage, perimeter fencing, CCTV surveillance, 24 hours security, intercom control facility for access gate, street light, and power supply.
He added, “The estate facilities include children’s playground, 5-aside football pitch, estate mall and gym house, school, pool side and recreation, medical centre, church, and green area.
“When we came here, we met a funny topography but we didn’t relent as we were already committed to delivering a world-class estate to Ndi Anambra and we are still not relenting.”
In their separate remarks, Vice-Chairman, Mr. Ben Ezemma, and the Legal Adviser, GSS Group, Barr. Anthony Agbasiere commended the Commissioner for identifying with the Group while urging lovers of class to take advantage of the opportunity offered by the estate.