The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of T.Pumpy Concept Limited, a famous estate developer based in Abuja, Mr Akintayo Adaralegbe has assured the subscribers at its estate lands at Jikwoyi, Kpeyegi and Kurudu, of adequate and timely provision of infrastructure at the various locations currently being developed by the company.
Mr Aderalegbe, who gave the assurance during an interactive meeting with all the subscribers in the three locations, which was held at company’s Kpeyegi site on Saturday 16th April 2021, added that he personally summoned the meeting for him to get a firsthand information on issues affecting the subscribers in the three estates and know how to address them.
He said that he would continue to stand on the integrity the company is associated by making sure that all the needed infrastructure are provided as the subscribers build on their allocated spaces, assuring that access road leading to the site and security, would be provided for those subscribers in Kpeyegi, who had commenced the development of their allotted spaces.
For the investors at Jikwoyi and Kurudu estates, Aderalegbe assured them that the mapping and beaconing of individual spaces will commence from Monday, 18th November 2021, even as he also assured that the roads leading to Jikwoyi and Kpeyegi Phases and 1 and 2 of the two estates will also commence in due course.
He explained to the subscribers present and those who joined through zoom social media platform, that his mission of venturing into estate business and housing development is not necessary to make profit from people, rather to make housing affordable to Nigerians, through the various affordable estates being developed by the company in various states of the country, and added that trust that his company had built over the years in the housing development, made it possible for subscribers to buy-in immediately in all their estates, whenever the company come up for a new estate to be developed.
Highlights of the meeting was when Mr Aderalege personally attended to all the issues raised by some of the subscribers, especially on areas relating to double allocation, security, access road and light.