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TOP 5 NEIGHBOURHOODS IN IBADAN

top 5 neighbourhoods in Ibadan

You remember Soka? In March, 2014, a house of horror was discovered in a forest in Ibadan. Some people call it, the place of skull, the evil shrine…others think it’s the valley of dry bones and the killers’ hideouts. Call it any of the aforementioned, it would be a perfect name to describe Soka forest in Ibadan, an isolated bush ...

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Before you Purchase that Lagos Property…

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This article is the first of a series on the steps to be taken before you acquire a property in Lagos. From the legal frame work to the land acquisition procedures till you put paid to your real estate investment. The basic legal framework for the acquisition of land in Nigeria is the Land Use Act, Laws of the federation ...

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TOP 5 HOTTEST PLACES IN PORT HARCOURT

top 5 hottest places in Port Harcourt

If you’ve never seen a “mammy water”  or what the ‘more learned’ ones would call mermaid, then you need to visit Port-Harcourt; there are lots of them there. Port Harcourt is home to various species of fishes. It is probably the best place in Nigeria to go ‘a fishing’ or to embark on a fishing trip but of course that ...

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TOP 5 HOTTEST ZONES IN ABUJA

hottest zones in abuja

The Iconic leader and one-time President of South Africa the late Nelson Rohlilhahla Mandela once said “Why bother to visit Europe, you’ll find it all here.” This statement was in reference to Abuja the now famous federal capital territory of the most populous black nation in the world. The centrally located Nigeria city with a population of 979,876 was created ...

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Land Acquisition Policy in Nigeria

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Since 1978, the major legislation regulating land acquisition within the country has been the Land Use Act of 1978 which states that all land in a State is to be held in trust by the State Governor for the benefit of all Nigerians. By law, foreigners may also acquire land wherever it is located in the country from either the ...

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What you should know about Ikoyi

Ikoyi is the most affluent neighborhood of Lagos, Nigeria located on Lagos Island. It is an up-market residential island separated by a narrow waterway from Lagos Island to the west inhabited by expatriates, Nigerian military rulers or you can say it is popular with the upper class residents of Nigerian high society. It lies to the northeast of Obalende at ...

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The history of Lekki Peninsula and what you should know

lekki peninsula

Since her grand introduction into the Lagos metropolis, Lekki has become a haven for the high and mighty. Lekki Peninsula is an area on the Lagos Island in Nigeria which contains expensive residential suburbs that throws poverty into the Atlantic Ocean. The Peninsula adjoins the commercial Victoria Island district and the residential Ikoyi area. It has got a reputation as an ...

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Haven Homes unveil new designs for 2015

One of Nigeria’s top real estate companies delivering affordable luxury homes, Haven Homes has completed and delivered a brand new set of home designs to its subscibers at Richmond Gate Estate situated in Lekki. Speaking on the concept behind the 2015 home designs, the company’s spokesperson Mr. Sonuga explained that the new designs were conceptualized with more sensuality and adaptation ...

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Lagos appeals for flawless implementation of Ikorodu masterplan

To ensure a hitch-free implementation of Ikorodu master plan when it is eventually unveiled, the Lagos State Government last week held a stakeholders’ parley with the land/homeowners and residents living within one of the fastest growing suburb of the state. The rapport, it was learnt, was one of the strategies the state has chosen to wage war against illegal development ...

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Dry construction is the solution to mass housing – Nigerite boss

‘With Nigeria’s capital expenditure profile put at 24 per cent of recurrent expenditure in 20 14, falling price of crude oil and a high cost of funds for execution of capital projects, the construction industry in Nigeria is obviously under pressure to evolve more time and cost efficient system of construction.” This was the submission of the Managing Director of ...

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