Saturday 21 December 2019

US-Based Nigerian Built A World-Class Students' Hostel In Anambra University

Aku Lue Uno: US Based Ukpo Indigene Builds Ultramodern Hostel At Chukwuemwka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Igbariam Campus.

In response to the Aku Lue Uno clarion call of the Obiano led administration, a United States-based Ukpo Indigene, Engr. Tony Adibeh has built a world-class students hostel at the Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University, Igbariam Campus.

The Ultramodern hostel built on seventy plots of land is made up of two hundred and eighty-five rooms well furnished, with Gymnasium, Restaurant, Multipurpose hall, with over two hundred capacity, Shopping Mall that contains business centre that is equipped with thirty computer sets for students' use.

The hostel also contains a pharmacy, Barbing salon, Hairdressing salon, Maintenance yard, Two borehole facilities with two massive overhead tanks that will be supplying water to the rooms twenty-four hours.

24/7 power supply is assured in the hostel as there are 250kv standby power generator sets, as well as Sola system.

Protection of life and property is also assured in the hostel as it equipped with CCTV cameras and armed security personnel.

Two Buses are also available for the students' daily conveyance to school.

Speaking, the owner of the hostel, Engr. Tony Adibeh and Wife, Mrs Nkiru Adibeh said they decided to build the hostel in the university to ensure that the students of the school will have a good and conducive environment to live in as obtainable in the western world, and as well to support the developmental strides of Governor Willie Obiano, as well as his Aku Lue Uno clarion call.

Engr. and Mrs Adibeh called on Ndi Anambra to support his vision by patronizing him, as he rents out the rooms at affordable prizes ( three hundred thousand naira per annum, with a maximum of two persons per room).

The Hostel is named, " Royale Garden Hostel Complex, and the Motto is: " All Things Come From God".

Governor Willie Obiano was represented at the event by the state Commissioner for Housing, Architect Michael Okonkwo.

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