Subscribers to the Pan African real estate company Adron Homes scheme are set to benefit from a strategic partnership between Adron Homes and leading mobile phone manufacturer, Samsung.
The partnership will see 58, 000 Nigerians, who key in into the Adron home housing scheme, get one Samsung mobile phone free. The latest Samsung phone, whose model ranges from S9, J6+ to J4+ will come with the purchase of Adron Homes land and properties.
At the launch of the campaign in Governor’s Apartment on Monday, October 8, 2018, Adron Homes Group Managing Director, Oba Adetola EmmanuelKing, hinted that the initiative is geared towards celebrating Nigeria’s 58th anniversary and Nigerians, who have endured economic hardships and strived to be better despite numerous challenges facing the country.
According to him, his firm believes that independence should symbolise strong values that reawaken the spirit of national unity and patriotism in the minds of the younger generations for whom the future awaits to take baton of leadership to posterity.
Talking about the choice of partnership with Samsung, the GMD stated that Adron was strategic in its choice of partner, “What we stand for is bringing luxury to middle-class and lower class in the suburbs and rural areas at rates that are considerably affordable. We are transforming the suburbs to look like the highbrow locations on the highlands. The same is the aim of Samsung. Samsung is making available features of luxury phones that might be too expensive for the regular people.
“The Adron-Samsung 58,000 Synergy is intended to further manifest the Adron philosophy of making the incredible affordable. A whooping total of 58,000 units of latest versions of Samsung phones have been made available for free distribution to Nigerians in the Adron Homes independence promo,” Emmanuel-King said, adding that through the promo, every Nigerian and other residents have the opportunity to own any of the trending models of Samsung phone devices by subscribing to at least, a plot of land in any of the Adron estates in Abuja, Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, and Nasarawa states.
Emmanuel-King said with time, people have come to realise that government cannot be the sole providers of basic necessities of life, especially housing. He averred that no country has attained greatness except one whose physical and socio-economic advancement have been a function of multi-faceted synergy.
”Already, our dear country has realised this much. The concept and practice of public-private partnership now permeate virtually all the sectors of our nation, as it is now common to find government and private organisations jointly investing in infrastructure provision,” he said.