Members of Ika Landlords and Landladies Association have assured the management and staff of Prince Paradise Global Concepts Limited of their support as they declared that they are elated and proud of the development the company is trying to bring to Ika land.
This was made known to newsmen, during a courtesy call cum project assessment visit by members of Ika Landlords and Landladies Association to PPGC, held on Tuesday, October 26, 2021, at PPGC’s corporate Office at Imafidonia Plaza, No. 203 Old Lagos Asaba Road, Boji-Boji, Owa, Ika Northeast Local Government Area of Delta State.
In his speech during the courtesy call, the Chairman Ika Landlords and Landladies Association Vincent Arimokwu (JP), said members of the association are proud of what PPGC is doing in Ika land as he posited that building estates are a means of bettering the lives of the people economically adding that aside from reducing the cost of house rent, it creates employment most especially for the youths.
Mr. Arimokwu stated that for a long time, they have desired the visit because they have been hearing of the good innovations and ideas of Comrade Prince Emmanuel Okonye, the Chief Executive Officer of PPGC, pointing out that they are proud to identify with the company and what it stands for. He said the company’s vision 2020 of building ten ultra-modern estates in Ika if achieved would place Ika nation on the world map.
He condemned the attitude of some whom he claimed are acting as clogs to the wheel of progress, maintaining that if Paradise Estate is fully functional, it would highly improve the economy of the surrounding communities; something he maintained everyone would benefit from.
Earlier in his address, the CEO PPGC, Comrade Prince Emmanuel Okonye, thanked members of Ika Landlords and Landladies Association for deeming him worthy for the visit as he assured them that his drive, in establishing estates in Ika is not money but to develop the land and create employment, adding that a lot of his friends in Diaspora advised him to go to cities like Lagos or Port-Harcourt but that he insisted it must be in Ika land because he has the desire to develop his motherland.
Speaking further, he stressed that for him, Ika is one, adding that the dichotomy shouldn’t exist if the people want to achieve their desired goal of making Ika land the envy of other ethnic groups in the country.
Some of the Landlords, who spoke during the inspection visit to some of the estate sites, thanked PPGC for the wonderful feats, maintaining that they are impressed, as they called on Ika residents to support the company.
Speaking further, they appealed to those causing problems to sheath their swords because the project is for the benefit of everyone adding that even the facilitators of Prince Paradise Estate, will not benefit as much as the communities around as the estate will bring more business for people around and also create jobs for youths of the surrounding communities.
REPORTED BY NICHOLAS EBEGBONI