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Nasir Elrufai, Ibrahim Aliyu, Mohammed Bello, Abubakar Bawa Bwari, the Media and Others Grace The Official Opening of Hawthorn Suite by Wyndham

It was a coming together of the Who and Whos across Nigeria with some guests from the USA, on Sunday, when US largest hotel and hospitality chain Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham relaunched and reopened for business in Abuja. It was a delightsome morning when the ceremonies began.

The hotel which was the first to be established in Africa, now has Shelter suites and hotels as the new managers and has an ambience that is like home. It is not a surprise that their payoff word is "...less than checking in, more like moving in".

Abubakar Sani Bello, Governor of Niger State

The Governor of Niger state, Mal. Abubakar Sani Bello promised that Niger state would patronise the hotel while asking for such a hotel built in their state as well.

Keynote speaker, former Minister of the FCT and Current governor of Kaduna State, Mal. Nasir El Rufai

The Current FCT minister, Alh. Mohammed Bello who was the host thanked all real estate investors like the Urban shelter and stressed the need for more bed spaces and properties as population of residents increase in quantum of 9% yearly, thanking the hotel management for the great stride in hotel investment.
Amine Saad, General Manager Hawthorn suites by Wyndham
Giving the vote of thanks, Saad took the liberty to stress the features of the hotel and the legacy it has made for years, just like we mentioned earlier here.
Special guests at the Launch  and Opening Ceremony

The Managing Director of Hawthorn Suites stressed their value system being to empower the community by providing jobs since the hotel and hospitality business is the second largest employer of labour after Subsistence farming - which is applaudable.
Cutting the Ribbon, L to R: Abubakar Bawa Bwari, Minister of State for Mines and steel, H.E Nasir Elrufai Governor of Kaduna state, Mal. Ibrahim Aliyu- Chairman Urban shelter, MD, Hawthorn suites -Faruk Aliyu, FCT Minister - Alh. Mohammed Musa Bello, and the General Manager of Hawthorn Suites - Amine saad.

Speaking at the event, the keynote speaker, Mal. Nasir Elrufai promised that government delegations from Kaduna state would patronise the hotel as it would be an investment well made. The hotel hosted all dignitaries and guests to refreshments in surplus and also gave out Discount coupons of up to 20% to invited guests on room rates.

The new improved Hawthorn suites by Wyndham is an adventure to visit and explore.

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