Ready to live the Judges Quarter life, luxury home and all?This new-construction home is in a serene Estate, off Senator Akume Road, and located in the gorgeous Judges Quarter Extension neighborhood. These homes were finished to perfection and no detail was spared. Notice the light fixtures, subtle attention to detail in the kitchen and in the bathrooms to bring this home to life. This home is perfect for entertaining! Imagine an outdoor BBQ in the expansive space out front or in the quite of the yard at the back.On premises Bore-hole ensures and Generator ensure constant power and Water
Benué is a state in the mideast region of Nigeria with a population of about 2.8 million in 1991. Idoma and Tiv, are spoken predominantly. There are other ethnic groups, including Igede, Etulo and Abakwa. With its capital at Makurdi, Benué is a rich agricultural region; some of the crops grown there are potatoes, cassava, soya bean, guinea corn, flax, yams and beniseed.
Benué State is named after the Benué River and was formed from the former Benue-Plateau State in 1976, along with Igala and some part of Kwara State. In 1991 some areas of Benué state (mostly igala area), along with areas in Kwara state, were carved out to become part of the new Kogi State. Traces of Igbo people and tribes are found in the boundary areas of Ebonyi state and Enugu state in local government areas like the Obi, Oju etc.