Rojenny Tourist Village, Oba

Rojenny Holiady Village Oba Anambra State

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Rojenny Tourist and Game Village Oba
Address: 11 Onitsha - Owerri Expy, Onitsha
Phone: 0803 341 2712

Rojenny Holiday Village, a tourism resort in South-East Nigeria. It is located in the serene town of Oba, Idemili South Local Government Area of Anambra State, on the outskirts of the commercial city of Onitsha, along Owerri-Onitsha Expressway, and occupies a long stretch of land estimated at 8 sq. km

The massive expanse of land, long stretch of trees, beautiful lawns, and gigantic structures dotting the length compound creates a serene getaway for fun and relaxation. There are many activities available from rides, swimming, sports and nature watch.

Rojenny Tourist Village was built in 1983-1986. It is notable as For its close resemblance to Disney world and its welcoming ambience. Built by by Chief Rommy Amandi Ezeonwuka,  in 1983-1986.

The resort is home to a zoo which habours such wild life as baboon, python, the green monkey, tortoise, lion, etc; rare birds such as peacock, eagle, flamingo, ostrich, etc; aquatic animals like turtle, alligator, crocodile, etc.

The Ozo Village and Museum is home to rare ancient artefacts, a good hang out for art and history enthusiasts

Rojenny International Stadium Oba Anambra State

The Rojenny International Stadium has been home to several international matches involving Nigeria, Algeria, Angola, Egypt, Morocco, and Cote d'Ivoire during the time of Jasper United and Udoji United Football Clubs, and also camped Nigeria's Golden Eaglets under Fani Amun for two years and three months during the time of Ibrahim Babangida as Nigeria's Military President.

There is an over 1000-capacity conference hall, an amusement park for children, joy rides, lawn tennis, basketball court and volleyball courts, an Olympic-sized swimming pool and the Paradise Nite Club among others.

Though a man-made tourist centre, Rojenny has a natural feel. Coconut and other trees line the avenues and ensure a shade from the sun and you walk around, a cool and gentle breeze giving the environment the feeling of a temperate climate.

If you feel hungry, there is the Angelic Garden and Restaurant for your quick relaxation and refreshment, and there is also the English Bar for assorted wines.

If you are sleeping over, there is the Nwaezeora Lodge which has tastefully-furnished rooms for guests, plus the new guest house. Besides these, there are also neighbourhood hotels which work in partnership with Rojenny to accommodate any number of visitors.

Amusement Park Rojenny Holiday Village Oba Anambra State

Rojenny is also a tourist destination. Modelled after Disney World, it provides entertainment for the whole family. You van also use Rojenny as a base to visit other nearby tourist sites in South-East Nigeria, like the Ogbunike Cave, the Umuahia War Museum, the Agulu Lake, the Igboukwu archaeological sites, the Njaba River, and so on.

Rojenny is also a place for spiritual tourism, irrespective of one's religious conviction. The Blessed Michael Cyprian Tansi Memorial Chapel provides a place of worship for Catholics and Christians of other denominations. There is the African traditional shrine for adherents of African Traditional Religion; and there is a Mosque for the Muslims.

The quiet atmosphere of Rojenny makes it conducive for writers and researchers from any part of the world. Close to Tansian University, Oba, and just few kilometres away from Madonna University Okija, Rojenny is a the destination of many research students who may wish to use the library facilities of both universities. Moreover, research students working on Igbo culture may have no better place to go.

Conceived and developed by Chief Rommy Amandi Ezeonwuka, a native of Akpo in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State, Rojenny is a choice destination for excursions, sports recreation, relaxation, picnics, conferences and seminars, research, cultural entertainment, and so on. This tourist haven, constructed between 1983 and 1986 and opened to the public in November 1986 can host a Diaspora Tour, giving African Americans, whose ancestors were taken away from Nigeria as slaves, an opportunity to visit Nigeria and have a feel of the land of their ancestors.

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