The alumni members in lagos during the meeting disclosed the cost of this project.
The projects will soon be completed and handed over to the institution, Mora, who did not state their costs, said.
He said that the projects were part of his campaign promises in 2016, and urged members to continue to network making the school a model
The President stated that the students hostel had 50 suites, saying that it would address the dearth of accommodation for thee doctorate students in the main campus at samaru.
Mora said that the old students had procured 16 seater intra-city shuttle buses already being used to convey students and staff across the the two campuses of the institution.
He commended political office holders for supporting and disclosing that 11 states of the country were currently being governed by former ABU students.
The Deputy National President of the body, Prof. Olufumilayo Braide, in his remarks, said that the alumni had enough resources to turn the fortunes of the nation around.
A pioneer member of the association, Dr Isau Dogo, commended members for their dedication and commitment to the growth of the association and urged them to sustain that.
Mrs Justina Ahmadu, chairman of the Lagos chapter, stressed the need for unity and urged members to intensify publicity so as register more members.
Ahmadu, an Assistant comptroller- General of immigration heading the Benin zonal office, urged members to support each other and strive to remain united.