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Adron Homes Introduces Vidco Plot Series: Affordable And Flexible Land Purchase Solutions For All Income Categories



Adron Homes, a leading real estate company committed to making homeownership accessible to everyone, is proud to announce the launch of the Vidco Plot series. This new offering provides affordable land purchase options with long-term payment plans designed to accommodate various income categories, with a payment plan of $10,000 monthly that can be spread over 100 months.

The Vidco Plot is strategically priced to make land ownership a viable option for individuals across all income levels. By offering competitive prices, Adron Homes ensures that everyone, from first-time buyers to seasoned investors, can secure their future with a valuable real estate investment. Recognising that financial circumstances differ, Adron Homes has developed a range of flexible payment plans. These long-term options allow buyers to spread the cost over an extended period of 100 months with a monthly payment of $10,000, making it easier to manage finances without compromising on the dream of owning land.

Vidco Plots are strategically located in Adron Homes estates located in rapidly developing areas, promising not only a great living environment but also significant potential for property value appreciation. Its proximity to essential amenities such as schools, hospitals, shopping centres, and transportation links adds to its appeal, ensuring convenience and accessibility for all residents. Adron Homes guarantees a secure investment with Vidco Plot. The transparent buying process and clear titles provide peace of mind, ensuring that buyers can invest confidently in their future.

Estate locations: Abuja, Ekiti, Osun, Ogun, Oyo, Nasarawa, Niger, and Plateau.

To cater to various needs and preferences, the Vidco Plot series is available in multiple sizes, 150 and 135 sq m, respectively. Whether for personal use or commercial development projects, Adron Homes offers a range of options to meet different requirements. Adron Homes is dedicated to creating vibrant communities. Adron’s Vidco Plot series is part of a planned development that includes essential infrastructure such as roads, drainage, electricity, and water supply. This ensures a comfortable and convenient living experience for all residents.

With over 12 years of real estate development, Adron Homes is synonymous with reliability and excellence in the real estate sector. The company’s customer-centric approach prioritises customer needs, providing personalised service and support throughout the purchasing process. Adron Homes’ innovative payment plans and affordable pricing reflect its commitment to making land ownership accessible to all.

Interested individuals are encouraged to visit Adron Homes’ sales offices for more information. The knowledgeable team is ready to assist with any questions and guide potential buyers through the process. Alternatively, detailed information and personalised advice can be obtained by filling out an online inquiry form on the Adron Homes website and official social media platforms. Site inspections can also be scheduled to experience firsthand the potential and advantages of investing in Vidco Plot.

For more information, please contact:
Adeboye Abiodun
Digital Marketing, Media Relations, and Corporate Communication Officer
Adron Homes and Properties Limited
Phone: 08138432335
Email:[email protected]


MOHBAD: Late Singer’s Family Conducts Fresh Autopsy



The family of late singer Mohbad (born Ilerioluwa Oladimeji Aloba) has ordered a second toxicology test to uncover the truth behind his mysterious death on September 12.

Following his burial the next day, Mohbad’s body was exhumed on September 21 for an autopsy, which was conducted on the same day.

However, in May, it was revealed that the pathologist conducting the autopsy informed the coroner that Mohbad’s body had decomposed by the time the test was performed, potentially compromising the results.

The new toxicology test aims to provide clarity on the circumstances surrounding his death.

The pathologist also said the cause of the singer’s death could not be ascertained.

Mohbad’s autopsy result from the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH) showed that “no significant gross finding” could be attributed to the singer’s death.

The toxicology “revealed the positive finding of Diphenhydramine, an anti-histamine; however, this concentration was not in a fatal or lethal range”.

Last month, the Aloba family rejected the autopsy result while also demanding an independent post-mortem and toxicology test.

In a statement on Tuesday, Monisola Odumosu, a member of Aloba’s legal team, said a two-part autopsy is being conducted on Mohbad.

She disclosed that the first phase had been carried out last week while the second part involved “a toxicology and histology test”.

The lawyer added that the procedure was witnessed by Joseph Aloba, Mohbad’s father, and a pathologist representing Wunmi, the late singer’s wife.

“The second autopsy as requested by the Aloba family and ordered by the Magistrate of the Coroner Court, Ms. T.A. Shotobi, was conducted on Friday, July 19, and Saturday, July 20, 2024. This autopsy is a two-part exercise, with the first part now completed,” the statement reads in part.

“If the cause of death cannot be determined from this initial examination, the second part will proceed, involving a toxicology and histology test on the necessary samples already obtained.

“This comprehensive procedure, conducted last Friday, was witnessed only by Mr. Joseph Aloba, the forensic pathologist appointed by Mr. Joseph Aloba and his team, legal representatives of both Mr. Joseph Aloba and  a pathologist appointed by Wunmi Aloba to observe the procedure.”

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Nigeria’s Foreign Reserves Now $37bn, Up By $2bn In 18 Days — CBN Governor Cardoso



The country’s foreign exchange reserves have surged to $37.05 billion as of July 18 according to the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

CBN Governor Yemi Cardoso announced this development during a press briefing on Tuesday, following the 296th Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) meeting in Abuja.

The reserves experienced a significant boost, rising by $2.35 billion from $34.70 billion at the end of June to $37.05 billion in just 18 days.

“As of July 18, 2024, external reserves stood at US$37.05 billion, compared with US$34.70 billion as of June 2024. This represents 11 months of import cover for goods and services,” Cardoso said.

However, according to data published by CBN and seen by TheCable, Nigeria’s foreign reserves stood between $35.93 billion as of July 18, and $36.23 billion as of July 22, less than what Cardoso presented.

On July 18, CBN approved the sale of foreign exchange (FX) to eligible bureau de change (BDC) operators at N1,450 per dollar to meet the demand for invisible transactions.

Days after, CBN said foreign currencies worth $106.5 million were sold to authorised dealers.

CBN said the aim is to improve supply in the FX market in tandem with its price stability mandate.

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President Tinubu Signs South-East, North-West Development Commission Bills Into Law



President Bola Tinubu has officially signed into law the South-East and North-West Development Commission bills.

The South-East Development Commission bill was sponsored by Deputy Speaker Benjamin Kalu, who represents the Bende Federal Constituency of Abia State.

After passing through the Senate and House of Representatives, the bill was transmitted to the President in June for his assent.

With the signing of the bill into law, the Commission will now receive funding to execute various projects in the South-East geopolitical zone.

The allocated funds will be used to address environmental challenges such as erosion, as well as reconstruct and rehabilitate roads in Abia, Enugu, Ebonyi, Imo, and Anambra states.

This move is expected to bring significant development and infrastructure improvements to the region.

In a statement issued by Levinus Nwabughiogu, his chief press secretary, Kalu expressed appreciation to the president for signing the bill into law.

The deputy speaker said the commission will “rehabilitate Igbo land” and foster unity among the people.

Tinubu also signed the north-west development commission bill into law.

Jibrin Barau, deputy senate president and sponsor of the bill, said the signing of the proposed legislation is a “testament” to Tinubu’s “commitment to addressing the challenges facing the north-west geopolitical zone and indeed all parts of the country”.

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