In a few days’ time, the whole world in spite of new variants of covid-19 and multi-dimensional problems will be celebrating the ILEYA festival, Nigerians Muslims are not an exception. It is the time many run around sourcing fund to buy ram(s) and other animals approved by the religion for the season Celebration.
Pan African real estate Company, Adron Homes and Properties is putting smiles on the faces of prospective and existing homeowners by celebrating Muslim faithful as they celebrate Ileya festival.
One company that has given clear thought to this is the leading Pan African Real Estate company Adron Homes and Property. This is an organization that encourages Nigerians to invest in their future homes by buying landed property from any of their Estates which cut across the nation Nigeria at a reasonable amount with Ram gift for Celebration. The management of Adron homes under the leadership of Aare Adetola EmmanuelKing, the Group Managing Director/Chief-Executive Officer in his magnanimity has approved various Discounts for anyone buying from Adron homes with a Ram gift to Celebrate the Sallah!
Over the past 9 years, Adron Homes and Properties Limited have been an integral part of the Ileya/Sallah celebration in many households. Putting smiles on the faces of many while empowering them to become land and house owners. And this year, we plan on continuing the tradition as we proudly announce the launch of our famed ILEYA-SALLAH PROMO.
Checkout the attractive discount available to be enjoyed as well as various items available.
For any lucky Subscriber to Adron homes during this ILEYA Sallah Promo, There is the possibility of you receiving Three (3) Rams, with bigger, better Discounts:
-20% Discount on their land while the rest is spread within 36 months,
-30% Discount on their land while the rest is spread within 24 months,
-40% Discount on their land while the rest is spread within 12 months and
-45% Discount on their land while the rest is spread within 6 months.
The offer is so tempting but it’s confirmed to last for the festive season and on a first come first serve basis.