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Tonso Elites Enterprises Opens Branch In Awka

By CHIDINMA IKEANYIONWU

An investment company with interest in agriculture, trading, real estate and haulage, Tonso Elites Enterprise Limited has opened its branch office in Awka, Anambra State. 

This milestone is a major achievement for a company that started barely a year ago.

The Awka branch of Tonso Elites Enterprise Limited is located at floor D-1, Chiamaka plaza, Enugu-Onitsha expressway, Aroma Junction Awka.
The investment company, which has its head office at Abeokuta, Ogun State with about thirty staff, is owned by five individuals with the aim of helping people to channel their resources into proper investment in Agriculture, Trading, Real Estate and Haulage.


For those, who wish to have their investments managed by the company, are expected to invest as low as thirty thousand naira, which will be paid back to them with twenty percent interest after twenty-five working days. 
Speaking at the event,  the Chief Analyst of the company, Mr. Edward Takpa unveiled that the company has professionals, who take care of their clients in terms of investment advice and plans, urging members of the public to maximize their investment platforms.ScratchDhat – Advertisment


When asked where they hope to see the company in two years time, the Head of Human Resources, Mr. Adedeji Usman and the South East Operations Manager, Mr. Collins Alum-Eze said with favourable market, the company will not only open up more branches but will employ more youths, hence, reducing unemployment in the country.


An investor with Tonso Elites Enterprise Limited, Mr. Peter Ilo, who has been with them for eight months said his experience with the company is awesome noting that they also give prompt response to their customers aside other professional services.


Friends and well wishers, who turned up during the grand opening ceremony, prayed for the success of the company.

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