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‘The Delborough’ appoints Obi of Onitsha, Ozekhome, others as board members

A luxury establishment in Lagos, Nigeria, The Delborough, has appointed some of Nigeria’s most respected and distinguished personalities as board members ahead of its official…

A luxury establishment in Lagos, Nigeria, The Delborough, has appointed some of Nigeria’s most respected and distinguished personalities as board members ahead of its official grand opening.

Sitting at the head of the board as Chairman is one of the most revered monarchs in Nigeria, the Obi of Onitsha (Agbogidi), His Royal Majesty Nnaemeka Alfred Ugochukwu Achebe CFR, mni.

Also taking pride of place on the board is another royal father, and some business persons of international repute including: His Royal Majesty Oba Abdulwasiu Omogbolahan Lawal (Abisogun II, Oniru of Iruland); Prof. Chief Mike A.A. Ozekhome SAN, OFR, FCIArb, PhD; Usman Alkali Baba CFR; Arc. Dns. Yemisi Suswam PhD, FNIA; Mrs Olajumoke Benson; H.E Dr. Valentine Ozigbo; Matt Aikhionbare, OON and Dr. Linus Idahosa.

The Delborough Lagos, constructed by Kasso, offers a unique experience with several distinctive features including a team of top-notch management and staff with vast experience of service in the hospitality industry, according to a statement by the organisation.

“We offer specially curated and customised check-in gifts and check-out gifts for our guests such as customised 100% Cotton Pyjamas, Bathroom Slippers, Stationery, and Luxury Designer Toiletries.

“The Delborough is strategically positioned in the centre of Africa’s Economic hub. Located about 10 minutes from Landmark beach, 35 minutes from the International Airport, 19 minutes from Lekki Conservation Center, 8 mins from Nike Art Gallery and many other tourist attractions within close proximity,” it stated.

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