Pelican”s Greenish Acres Farm Estate gets Govt. Approval, Becomes First Of Its Kind In Ogun
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The Pelican Greenish Acres Farm Estate gets approval from the state government with Approved layout, thereby making it the first farm estate in Ogun state to get approval with full layouts by the Ogun State government in the last four years.
The CEO of Pelican Valley Nigeria Limited, Promoter of Pelican valley Estate, Pelican Brief Estate, Pelicans Ecostay Apartments and Pelican’s Greenish Acres farm Estate, Dr Babatunde Adeyemo
made this known when speaking with newsmen during physical Establishment of the farm Estate layout and drainages at the Estate site located in the Egbeda Axis, via Kobape Area in Ogun State.
Dr Adeyemo disclosed that the Estate has gone through several soils test and environmental impacts assessments before it was approved by the state government, noting that it would enable easy access to fresh farm products and cocoa plantations as well.
“Pelican Greenish Acres farm is the first farm Estate in Ogun to get the approval of the State government in the last four years, “we are not leaving any stone unturned”, we are going beyond agriculture alone, we are partnering with Nigeria Institute of Cocoa Research (NICR) for Cocoa plantation and it would be insured.
He added that Estate would not just plant Cocoa but also be harvested and processed and then exmport to enable them us to earn in foreign exchange, stressing that keying into the project would be a wonderful opportunity for all prospective and existing client.
He also noted that the major benefits of the approved layout were to enable changes of use in the future, explaining that it would be a great inheritance for children and generations because it is also largely on land banking.
“Farming is like icing on the cake when you have a cake and you are still eating the icing, the farming is the icing and the cake is the land, a land banking, we are sharing a boundary with the government industrial Zone of which land has been sold for 100million per hectare.
“The beauty of the real estate is to have something you are eating, while your land is appreciating, so you won’t be vulnerable to rush to sell your land, and by the time the industries start working we would be able to make available to for them a conducive environment to live for the workers”.
Dr Adeyemo pointed out that the Pelican greenish acre farm estate is a harness Area, to the Agro-cargo Airport, it is just about a 15-kilometre drive from the estate to the Airport, adding the Estate Area was a Zone as an agriculture Area by the State Government. “so the vision is there and we are taking full advantage of it”.
“It is not too late for anybody to key into this vision, as they use to say; ” heaven helps those who helped themselves” this is a reasonable investment for any reasonable investors to take advantage of it”.