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To complete its infrastructural facilities, Pelican-Brief Estate will be commissioning the Estate’s power supply on May 18.
This was made known by the Estate’s CEO, Journalist Babatunde Adeyemo.
The Estate with over fifty clients has in the past seven months constructed good road, dependable solar-powered street light as well as 33kv step up transformer.
The CEO, Adeyemo said the provision of the infrastructures is paramount before development in a real and clients-centred estate.
“We make sure roads are fixed, transformer is installed and connected before allowing our fifty plus clients to begin major construction work.
“Our street light is connected to solar-powered panel in order not to interrupt the stability of the 33kv transformer installed.
“Presently, everything is set”.
However, the CEO said all guests including the Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development are imvited to the commissioning.
“We welcome the Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban Development, Tp Olatunji Odunlami and all our guests as well as potential clients to the commissioning of the Pelican Brief Estate Electrification coming up by 10am on Tuesday, 18th May, 2021”.
The Pelican Boss further said he has urged house-owners to bounce on the opportunity open via Pelican-Brief Estate to become land owners.
“It’s not too late for you to be part of Pelican-Brief Estate where we set to ignite smart city”, Adeyemo urged.