The Vice President of the World Trade Centre (WTC), Abuja, Mr Karim Ahmed, has said that the premier real estate development in the heart of Abuja offers the business community a conducive work environment.
Ahmed, who made this known in a statement announcing the movement of the corporate office of Seplat Energy to the WTC in Abuja, said the centre remained the number one destination for luxury property in the nation’s capital.
The statement, signed by Mr Ibukun Adeogun, General Manager, Operations and Communications, of the WTC, said, “We are thrilled to welcome Seplat Energy as the latest member of our esteemed resident business community at the World Trade Centre Abuja.
“The collaboration with high net worth organisations like Seplat Energy which have berthed their offices at the WTC is a reflection of the quality and prestige of WTC Abuja commercial spaces and reaffirms our dedication to providing a conducive environment for businesses to grow and flourish.”
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He stressed that Seplat Energy’s presence at the towers would contribute to the ongoing economic advancement of Abuja and Nigeria as a whole.
He further said, “Seplat Energy’s choice of WTC Abuja as its new corporate office aligns seamlessly with the vision to make WTC Abuja a centre of nurturing a dynamic and vibrant business community for Nigeria and the West Africa sub region. With its cutting-edge facilities, strategic location, and commitment to sustainability, WTC Abuja Commercial Towers offers an unrivaled workspace for innovative and forward-thinking organisations.”
Also, Ms Victory Thompson Towoju, Regional Sales Manager at WTC Abuja, noted, “With Seplat Energy joining esteemed businesses at our facility, the centre continues to stand as an unparalleled hub for business leaders, boasting awe-inspiring views, resort-style amenities, and a global standard of luxury and distinction. This is why discerning professionals from diverse industries, including capital markets, oil and gas, asset management, the security sector, and international NGOs choose WTC Abuja. We foster business synergies by not only connecting individuals but also linking ideas and potential opportunities.”
WTC Abuja is the only grade-A mixed-use real estate development in the heart of Nigeria’s capital city, Abuja. Offering world-class office spaces, conference facilities and an array of amenities, WTC Abuja is designed to cultivate a thriving business ecosystem for all Nigerians.
Seplat Energy is one of the prominent players in the oil and gas industry and the movement of its corporate office to the tallest building in Abuja confirms that luxury property has begun to flourish in Abuja.
Located in the Central Business District (CBD) or what is simply called Central Area of the FCT, WTC Abuja comprises luxury office and residential towers of 24 floors each, and has emerged the choice of high profile corporate organisations which have made WTC Abuja their preferred office address.
According to a real estate expert, Terungwa Sabe, “The decision by Seplat Energy to establish their presence in WTC Abuja Office Tower is seen by oil and gas industry watchers as a strategic move which will enable it to leverage the thriving business ecosystem of Abuja from the WTC Abuja, a premier business destination, offering world-class facilities and amenities for corporate organisations and an emerging hub for global business in the FCT.
“And with the other oil majors operating their corporate offices in Abuja’s Central business District, Seplat Energy has reaffirmed its position as a key player in Nigeria’s energy sector with commitment to regional growth and expansion.”