An uncompleted 3 bedroom flat at a perfect serene along ekiti state university. the structure is barely new and very strong. all the rooms are en suite, plain ground, easy access to the town road n... More details
Added on 07 Sep 2016
Ido-Osi is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Ekiti state, Nigeria. The local government is full of rural towns and villages that cherish education and has almost 10% of the total professors in the country, and one of the local government districts of the Ekiti State. It is very close to other local districts, Moba, Ijero, Ilejemeje and Ado. The local government comprises of the following towns Aaye, Ido, Usi, Ayetoro, Ilogbo, Osi, Ifaki, Orin, Ora, Igbole and some other smaller villages.
The Local Government is basically characterized with people cultivating root crops and grains such as yam, cassava, maize, rice and so on. There are a few cottage industries in the Local Government devoted primarily to processing of agricultural products. Other Industrial undertakings are in the area of printing, bakeries, weaving, carpentry, etc. Each of the towns in the Local Government Area has cultural festivals which are celebrated at different times of the year. For instance, the Ifaki people have the Okorobo Festival.