The stage is set for the commencement of the ambitious $40 billion Oji River Industrial Park project. A dynamic collaboration is underway between Enugu State and the esteemed infrastructure development firm, CeeLux Group.
Biblas Chidi, the marketing executive of Ceelux Group, unveiled the intricacies of the venture, highlighting its comprehensive design. The industrial park will encompass a diverse array of amenities. This includes residential estates, recreational hubs, educational institutions, medical facilities, and more. Of note are innovative solar and waste-to-energy systems, guaranteeing an uninterrupted power supply. Cutting-edge security measures, such as state-of-the-art CCTV surveillance, promise a secure environment.
Proposed Location For The Construction Of The $40 Billion Oji River Industrial Park Project.
This trade complex, located in Ugwuoba, a short distance from Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, is ready to reshape the economic landscape. Biblas Chidi, passionately discussed the groundbreaking Oji River Industrial Park project, poised to become the largest of its kind in Africa.
Notably, this project boasts substantial financial backing from both local and foreign institutions. With around 150,000 shop spaces, plazas, and various structures, the park is primed to become a bustling business haven. Furthermore, negotiations are underway to upgrade Akanu Ibiam cargo and passenger airport, enabling international flights to land there.
Chidi fervently emphasized the significance of this venture for the region’s entrepreneurs. She pointed out that the Oji River Industrial Park offers a harmonious business atmosphere, free from the constraints and harassment experienced elsewhere. With the upgraded airport, entrepreneurs can anticipate smoother logistics and reduced financial burdens.
In Chidi’s words, “The $40 Billion Oji River industrial park project is more than a business hub; it’s an embodiment of opportunity and tranquility. Easterners and all Nigerians now have a sanctuary for commerce—a place to thrive peacefully.” This project not only promises to redefine Nigeria’s commercial identity but also stands as a testament to the nation’s potential for innovation and progress.