This 500 seater recently built event centre (launched in October 2016) is fully functional and in use. It can be used as a church. Features: - Over 500 Chairs and Tables - A 12.5 KVA Generator - A borehole - Well Tiled Floors - 1 Office, A Kitchen and a Bridal Changing room (1 is Ensuite) - 5 Industrial Fans - 5 Split Ac's - A Car Canopy - Tarred Compound - 50 Seconds drive to the main road - Bare land opposite for more parking spaces - Security house opposite the hallPRICE: ₦21million. For further enquiries/ arrangement for inspection, please contact: Emmanuel on 08068958046 or 08170553452. (No Agency fee to be paid by buyer).More details
Good day sir/ma, there are lands that are for sale at ikorodu. Seaview gardens estate lagos state close to area n police command |egbin power plant|egbin power station housing estate |tinubu housing estate |Pacific minting and printing company, tittled global c of o to be give for free without payment and free from omonile/government acquisition. Promo price(residential full plot-size 648sqm) is for 900,000k , (residential half plot-size 324sqm) is for 450,000k and (commercial plot-size 1000sqm) for 1,500 000m.for outright payment three month grace, installmental monthly payment is for 6month,12month and 24month plan.The place where the estate is its developed, the land have value also it's fast appreciating......I will say to anyone that is interested to hurry up now as limited plot exist. Powered by:Shelter trust global resources limitedMore details
Ijede is a town located in Lagos state, Nigeria. The word/name "Ijede" means "the place where men gather fish to eat". Ijede is the capital of a small kingdom with a population of about seven thousand located in the Ikorodu Division of Lagos State. Ijede derives its name from Ajede, the Yoruba chief who first settled in this area some 250 years ago. The area also has a tradition of iron-working and construction. The residents of Ijede Town are traditional fishermen who are now being drawn into modern vocations and the urban life of Lagos. The farming and fishing of the area is done mostly for local consumption, while timber and cocoa are the major sources of outside income.