Olusegun Obasanjo Hilltop Estate, G.r.a, Oke Mosan, Abeokuta South, Ogun
3 bedroom flat for rent in olusegun obasanjo hilltop estate, g. R. A, oke mosan, abeokuta, ogun state. Estate is across the road from the governor's office. Features include: apartment fully tiled; all rooms ensuite; water heater in all bathrooms; dining area; large wardrobes in all rooms; excellent finishing; air conditioning infrastructure already installed; fully fitted kitchen with cupboards; running water; guest toilet in living room; compound fully paved with interlocking stones; neat, quiet, secure environment; 4 tenants in compound. Rent: 500, 000 agency/legal: 150, 000
A room self contain for rent in Adigbe, Abeokuta South Local Government, Abeokuta, Ogun State. The apartment comes with its own kitchenette, toilet and bathroom, and a large wardrobe. The building also has a pair of generators for power in the event of a black out. Environment is within Abeokuta city, in a quiet neighbourhood.
9, Adekunle Fajuyi Road, Enugada, Abeokuta South, Ogun
The property comprises of 3 warehouses, 2 is of 54.4sqm and 1 is of 76.44sqm.
It's by the road side at Enugada, useful for all commercial activities.
Rent of 76.44sqm is 1.2m per annum. Package of 1.440m
Rent of 54.4sqm is 1m per annum. Package of 1.2m
Abeokuta South is Local Government Area (LGA) in Ogun state, Nigeria. It has its headquarters at Ake Abeokuta. Abeokuta South Local Government is usually referred to as the Premier Local Government, owing to the historic eminence of that geographical entity as the traditional seat of the Local or Native Authority in Egba since 1898 as well as the seat of the Government of Ogun State that came into existence in 1976. This area was created in September, 1991, during General Ibrahim Badamosi Babangida's Adminstration.
The religions practiced here are Christianity, Islam and Traditional religions. People of Abeokuta south experience three festival annually, they are: Egungun, Igunuko, Oro. The LGA of Abeokuta South is divided into 15 wards for the purpose of electing councillors into the local government council. These wards are Ake 1, Ake 2, Ake III(Adatan/Lantoro) , Emere, Ijemo, Itoko, Ijaiye/Idi-Aba, Erunibe/Ijoko/Ilogbo/Oke-Ejigbo, Oke Ijeun, Ago Ijesha/Ijeun-Titun/Ago-Egun, Sodeke/Isale Ijeun I, Sodeke/Isale Ijeun II, Oke-Yeye/Imo/Isabo, Igbore/Itori/Ago-Oba, and Ibara.