A former Nigerian Inspector-General of Police (IGP), Usman Alkali Baba CFR, said The Delborough Lagos will reduce the massive outflow of Nigerian elites going for holidays overseas, thereby strengthening the country’s economy.
The immediate past IGP was appointed as a member of the Board of The Delborough Lagos, widely said to be one of the best in terms of luxury accommodations, keen attention to detail and world-class amenities in Africa and globally.
In his remarks at the official inauguration of the Board in Lagos recently, Baba said, “The Delborough Lagos has delivered far beyond what anyone is looking for in any part of the world in terms of hospitality.
”He said the birth of The Delborough Lagos will certainly inspire diplomats, expatriates and non-Nigerians to feel at home in the country”.
He also believed that the presence of such a first-class luxury establishment in Nigeria may reduce the need for foreign trips by some Nigerians and as a result, stem the economic pressure caused by these massive outflows.
The Delborough Lagos is a well-appointed and elegantly constructed establishment with sophisticated state-of-the-art luxury facilities located at Plot 1502, Bishop Aboyade Cole Close, Opposite Krispy Kreme, Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria.
The 9-member Board headed by His Royal Majesty Nnaemeka Alfred Ugochukwu Achebe CFR, mni Obi of Onitsha (Agbogidi), consists of: 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.