86000 acres of land situated in the neighbourhood of latakon village, off oshun road expressway,ijebu igbo,ogun state,nigeria suitable for the location of the large agricultural plantations,creation of agro industrial park and any other large scale agricultural projects. the land is bounded by the osun state in the north,latakon and its neighbouring villages in the east,erigboro and its neighbouring villages in the south and in the whole of its western boundary by the osun river that can be use for the irrigation process on the entire farmland.the land is being put up for sale at the rate of 250,000 naira per acre which is negotiable and the owner can also provide opprtunity for long term leasing of the entire portions of the land or some large portions of it if any of the potential clients will prefer the option.there is a sketch on the land covering about 20,000 acres of the land and survey plan covering the same portions of 20,000 acres of land now under processing that can be available any time from now.More details
Ijebu-North is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Ogun state, Nigeria, which was established in 1979. Ijebu-North has its headquarters at Ijebu-Igbo. It is bounded by Oluyole Local Government of Oyo State in the north, in the west by Ijebu East Local Government, in the south by Ijebu North East, Odogbolu and Ijebu Ode Local Government, and in the east by Ikenne Local Government. Ijebu-North was divided into Ifelodun and Ijebu-Igbo Local Government in 1981 and later re-amalgamated in January 1984.
Agriculture is the economic mainstay of the people in Ijebu-North. They produce products like oil-palm, cocoa, coffee, kolanut, maize, yam, cassava, coco-yam, vegetables and poultry stock. These agricultural products are the source of raw-materials for agro-allied industries which in turn utilize the available labor in the area. The dwellers in this area are called the IJEBUS and it is a Yoruba speaking area. The local government has 11 political wards.