Along East West Road By Refinery Junction, Eleme, Rivers
A commercial property with ware house located directly on the busy east west road by the port harcourt eleme refinery junction. property is right on the major high way and very good for a variety o... More details
Added on 30 Oct 2016
₦20,000,000 Ace Realty & Property Development Limited +2349080257444
A functional /operational company that is into basically oil field logistic, oil field chemicals, engineering, heavy duty plant leasing etc is for sale in ph. the assets includes but not limited to... More details
Added on 15 Aug 2017
$35,000,000 approx. ₦13,410,074,780 Smooth Stone Global 08066322604
Tank farm at onne port-harcourt. plant of 16 opm tanks, tank 1 to 4 is 500 barrels capacity, tank 5 to 161,000 barrels each, base oil tank 8500 barrels each. and must pit tank 250 barrels, on one h... More details
Added on 05 Jan 2017
₦10,000,000,000 Syke Home And Properties Ltd 08067301451
Eleme is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Rivers state, Nigeria. Elelme is to the east of Port-Harcourt LGA and exists as part of the greater Port-Harcourt metropolitan areda. It has its headquarters at Ogale. The Eleme clan are the main indigenes of this local government area. The Eleme language, of the Ogonoid group of the Cross-River branch of the large Niger-Congo language family, is the main spoken language in this area.
Christianity is the main religion practiced in Eleme with very few traditional worshipers. Eleme people are talented people with diversity of cultural practice and festivals that is enrich with colorful masquerade display and dance. The Eleme are an enthusiastic God fearing and aspiring group of people. Despite the influx of multinational chemical industries and their workforce into Eleme, a strong sense of society is retained by the Eleme people. Eleme has two groups of towns, Odido and Nchia, each with their own dialect. The Odido and Nchia languages are mutually intelligible. The Nchia dialect is spoken in the Western areas of the Eleme territory and the Odido dialect is spoken in the east and southeast regions.