Sunday, July 3, 2016

Eko Club DFW acquires 4 acre property in Dallas

Eko Club Dallas/Fort Worth, Inc. has announced the acquisition of a four (4) acre prized commercial property within the City of Dallas. The current president of the chapter Hon. Chief Colin I. Atobajeun announced the development recently and explained that the process had taken a while to complete. Hon. Atobajeun stated, “The future of our club is very bright”.

The property, situated at both 3941 & 3951 South Ledbetter Drive, Dallas, Texas is surrounded by Laotian, Cambodian, and Vietnamese temples and churches, where they celebrate their cultures and beliefs on a weekly basis, as well as an American Legion’s chapter directly across the street. This fits right into the intended use of our property, so the neighborhood will now include Lagosians promoting the rich cultural heritage of Nigeria.

Eko Club DFW plans to build a multi-purpose facility where its members can socialize and entertain their guests. Other plans include picnics, tournaments, meetings, and recreation. Outsiders will be allowed to rent the facility for functions as needed and as the calendar permits. Plans are underway to celebrate the acquisition.

by Tosan Aduayi for Trendy Africa. 

source: Eko Club DFW