There are 10 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Kogi, Nigeria. The property have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each property listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
A well equipped fuel station with 5pumps and 4 tanks by 45,000 litres each (3 for fuel and 1 for Ago with 2pumps)
*There's an extra pump for kerosene and extra tank.
-3 bedroom living house
-Restaurant(fully developed with tables, chairs, standing fridge and deep freezer)
-3 generators(35Kva, 18kva and 15kva)
-5 public toilets
Beside Old Helping Hands Hospital, Lokongoma Phase 1, Lokoja, Kogi
100 kva dedicated transformer
Two sitting rooms 24*22 feet and 14*15 feet
Three bedrooms 16*14 feet
Kitchen 16*14 feet
2 hp split Shinco airconditioners
3 1.5hp split Sanyo airconditionersThe house can be converted to a hotel, office or event centre as it is in the ever busy Lokongoma Phase 1 neighbourhood.
FOR SALE ! FOR SALE !A BIG NIGERIAN BREWERY AVAILABLE FOR SALE ;Newly renovated to international Brewery standard for Sale in Kogi State Nigeria, on 4 (four) acres of Land or 16,000Sqm in size, with a C of O titled document. It has a massive generator strong enough to power a Village.
This Brewery was producing Vita Malt, One Lager Beer and Lion Stout.
Brewery production capacity per day is 350HTL.
The plant stopped productions because of poor management. Presently all the machines for production are functioning very well, including the generator.
*Now Looking for a Serious buyer that can kick off production again..Asking Price is #3 billion.*Serious and capable Personalities should contact me on Tel: 08025252610, 08033959237.
Kogi is a state in central Nigeria. Its capital city is Lokoja, which is the first administrative capital of modern-day Nigeria. The state was created in 1991 from parts of Kwara State and Benue State. It is popularly called the "Confluence State" because the confluence of River Niger and River Benue is at its capital, Lokoja.
The state is engaged majorly in agriculture. Kogi has coal, steel and other mineral industries. The major ethnic groups in the state include: Igala, Ebira, and Okun. Kogi state is the only state in Nigeria which shares a boundary with ten other states.