This is a storey building with 2 units of 3 bedroom flats located in a very serene area of Odonjis,33 Onitsha. It has access roads, electricity and ample space directly in front of it that can accommodate another structure of its size comfortably (with parking inclusive). The living rooms are large and the bedrooms are indeed very spacious. It is yet to be fully completed but all the basic structures are in place leaving room for the new owner to renovate/restructure to taste. All the documents are intact and very genuine. Its a indeed a sweet buy!
Functioning nylon factory with machine equipments for all sorts of nylon production, 1000kva transformer, 21.8KVA generator, and about 32 different machines for different stages which includes recycling and crushing machine and 14pieces of H.D.P.A extruding machine
This is a factory structure with inbuilt offices on two floors. the plant and machinery are those normally employed in polythene manufacturing.we are interested in selling both the building, warehouse, plants and machines but contact us if you are interested only in one or two of those items.contact me at 07037872491
Onitsha is a city in Anambra state, Nigeria. Onitsha is a metropolitan city situated on the eastern bank of the Niger River. Onitsha, is known for its river port, and as an economic hub for commerce, industry, and education. The indigenous people of Onitsha descend from the Igbo ethnic group and speak the Igbo language. The Onitsha people like to be referred to as Ndi Onicha. Onitsha has grown to become one of Nigeria's most significant market towns and its Main Market, one of the largest markets in West Africa, a center point where billions of naira are transacted every day
Traditional Onitsha consists of nine villages, otherwise known as Ebo Itenani. These are descendants of the progenitor Umuezechima comprising Isiokwe, Olosi, Umuezearoli, Okebunabo, Obikporo and Ogbeotu which claim origin from Igala in Kogi state, Awada (Ogbeozoma), Obamkpa comprising Umuasele, Iyiawu and Odoje Ndugbe and Odumegwu Gbuagu, Ubulu na Ikem, Ulutu, Ubene, Ogboli Eke, Obior and Ogbeotu. Within these groupings there are six administrative wards namely Okebunabo, Umuezearoli, Ogbeolu, Isiokwe na Ogboli Olosi, Obamkpa and Eke na Ubene.