We Are Poised To Give Our Clients Excellent Serviced, Says Ikpea-Enaholo

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Augusta Ikpea-Enaholo

LAGOS – The Managing Director of Royal Oak Centre, Mrs Augusta Ikpea-Enaholo has pledged scaled up services in the events venue and party rental sector of the hospitality industry.

Speaking ahead of the grand opening of Royal Oaks Centre, at the Lekki-Epe Axis of Lagos, Augusta Enaholo said though the sector was buzzling with different management companies, management of Royal Oaks Centre was set to provide memorable  services for its prospective clients.

She said “We are aware that many people have turned into event management but we are determined to make every experience with us memorable by exceeding the expectations of our guest.The hallmark of our services is hinged on quality and excellence,” adding that “we are aware of what people need: excellence and quality services  and we are made to render that service to all our clients”.

While appealing to the government to assist entrepreneurs grow their businesses, the Royal Oaks Centre boss added ” most businesses would  require Principal Infrastructure, especially power; security and favourable government policies to help grow any type business in Nigeria.

Without functional electricity most businesses cannot function to its optimal expectation.

“So I use this opportunity to appeal to the government of Nigeria to help stabilise power supply, if this is done it would mean profit  maximisation because we rely on alternative power  supply via generator set for most events running  into over 10 hours. “It would be challenging if we have to spend all our investments in providing power by ourselves but with constant power supply, the business would have a chance to grow and expand,” she further stated.

“As regards favourable  government policies on event centre cannot be over emphasised. I believe the government is our partner so i appeal that they set up a committee to look into the several bills and charges placed on event centres”, she said.

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