Monday, August 5, 2013

Photos: Check Out The Inside Of Ex-Gov Orji Uzor Kalu’s 400 Rooms Mansion In Abia State

This Estate is called Camp Neya and it is own by Former Abia State governor, Orji Uzor Kalu and the estate was named after his daughter Neya Uzor Kalu.
The huge estate, which comprises of several units of eye-popping buildings and other exotic structures was built in 1998 at Uzor Kalu’s home town of Igbere, Bende LGA in Abia State.

IGTV reports that Camp Neya, which is in a world of it’s own, houses over 400 rooms comprising:
◾over 36 jumbo sized sitting rooms,
◾12 room presidential lodge,
◾Governors lodge for all the 36 states and FCT
◾A 5000 capacity conference hall,
◾a banquet hall,
◾a Karaoke hall,
◾22 Kitchens,
◾102 toilets,
◾76 Bathrooms,
◾187 bedrooms,
◾a golf course,
◾a foothball pitch,
◾an olympic sized swimming pool,
◾one indoor swimming pool,
◾basket ball court,
◾lawn tennis court,
◾sports centre,
◾a church,
◾a mosque,
◾a bush bar,
◾a filling station,
◾ATM machines,
◾a clinic,
◾children’s recreation centre,
◾an ICT centre,
◾several gardens,
◾a police post,
◾a military detachment.

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1 comment:

Eleazar Chinedu said...

where did he get all the money to build such edifice? even the white can not build such, and also no government can waste such on building, our country is turning into what i don't know?