The Acting Managing Director, Ogun State Property and Investment Corporation (OPIC), Ibiyemi Adesoye, has assured the Corporation of its readiness to deliver more affordable housing units, to both individuals and corporate bodies, for the expansion and development of the state.
Adesoye gave the assurance when she led the management team of the Corporation on a courtesy visit to the state Deputy Governor, Noimot Salako-Oyedele, in her office at Oke-Mosan, Abeokuta, to brief her on activities of OPIC, identify with her and tap from her wealth of experience as a guru in property development.
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She pointed out that OPIC was established in September 1984, as a self-sustaining body, saddled with the responsibility of driving focused economic growth through well-planned property development activities and investments, especially along major border areas.
Adesoye disclosed that till date, the Corporation had some of her Estates in Agbara, covering a total land area of 8,000 hectares, with 1,000 serviced plots already allocated within the estate, adding that “Our estate in Isheri is made up of MTR Gardens, comprising two and three-bedroom apartments of 600 units. We own and manage estates and new towns, which include OPIC Estates in Agbara/Igbesa, Isheri, New Makun City and Orange Valley Estate in Abeokuta”