Property Description: plot along eastern by-pass Rido Gbagyi Kaduna Town, Chikun Local Government Area. Kaduna Density of location: High Density Size of plot: 8915.23 metres square Land form/topography: Gently sloppy terrain, free from any physical constraints to development Accessibility to site: A metre to expressway, existing road and other developments can have their access unhindered proximity of site to facilities and utilities: water 200metres Electricity 455metres NNPC/KRPC 455metres The site is adequately served with utility linesMore details
Kaduna state is a state located in northwest Nigeria. Its capital city is also called Kaduna. The state is located at the Northern part of Nigeria's High Plains. The vegetation cover is Sudan Savannah type, characterized by scattered short trees, shrubs and grasses. Soil type is mostly loamy to sandy type. Substantial amount of clay is found also.
In 1967, Kaduna became the capital of the North Central State, which was created from the Northern region. By 1976, General Murtala Mohammed gave the state its name. In 1987, the military administration of General Ibrahim Babangida created the state of Katsina from Kaduna.
Interestingly, the Nok tribe, one of Africa's earliest civilizations is located within the area that makes up Kaduna. The state slogan is The Centre of Learning because it is home to a number of prestigious institutions. The Nigerian Defense Academy (NDA), Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), Nigerian College of Aviation, Zaria, Barewa College and Nuhu Bamalli Polytechnic among many others.