As part of the activities to commemorate its 10 years anniversary, a real estate development company, Messrs Adron Homes, has concluded plans to give free fuel (petrol) to 3,500 Nigerians across the federation at a total cost of N10 million.
According to the company’s Director-General, Sales and Marketing, Mrs. Folasade Oloruntoba, and Director, Sale, and Marketing, Lagos zone, Mrs. Simbo Oguntoye, the free fuel gift was to appreciate its various investors and to welcome new homeowners and intending ones.
Kick-starting on Tuesday, May 31, they said the event would take place in eight states of the federation and Benin Republic, where the company has operational offices.
To fast-track the process, they said the company is partnering with some petrol stations across the eight states to fill a total of 100 cars at each station.
“We will be filling a total of 100 cars at each petrol station on Tuesday, May 31 as a lot of vehicles drive on this day. We have different estates across Nigeria and even in West Africa.
“We are happy and we are showing this by giving all Nigerians free fuel. We set the pace for others to follow,” the duo said.
Oloruntoba emphasized that 3,500 Nigerians would benefit from N3,000 worth of petrol each from the designated filling stations in Lagos, Oyo, Ogun, Osun, Abuja, Nasarawa, Niger, Ekiti states, and Cotonou in the Republic of Benin.
According to the director-general, Adron Homes would be spending a whopping N10 million on the free fuel distribution across 28 offices to give back to Nigerians and host communities.
Justifying the need for the celebration, Oloruntoba said: “God took us from 2012 to 2022; we are 10 years celebrating the goodness of God. We are giving back to our beautiful nation, especially at this time.
“We are known for providing excellent, affordable housing in the nation, and our vision plus mission is to move Nigeria all over West Africa.”
She added that the company has been able to bring in a lot of homeowners with its different products.
Despite the challenging operating environment, Oloruntoba said the company has been increasing its land bank on daily basis as well as growing its subscribers base.