There are 11 listings and 3 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Ekpene Ukim, Akwa Ibom, 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.
Amedi, ameyong! these are different ways we say welcome in ibibio.
indeed welcome to the land of promise. a sea of greenery, calm and tranquillity. a breath of fresh air with great hospitality and cuisines. a place of rest where family is valued and life expectancy is high.
welcome home to heritage villas, uyo
imagining a vacation home with great people, lifestyle and culture? looking for a home away from home?
look no further heritage villas, uyo is the place to be.
located in the suburbs of the city of uyo, heritage villas, uyo offers you an opportunity to own a home in the promised land. a land flowing with milk and honey literally.
location: ekpene mboh community (along airport road), uran lga
promo: buy 5 get 1 plot 232sqm free
price:n1,500,000 per 464sqm plot.
life is indeed more pleasurable in the promise land
owner company heritage villas uyo is an estate powered by pwan heritage and concerns limited ~ we've got you cover...
Akwa Ibom is a state in Nigeria which is located at the coastal southern or south-eastern part of the coubtry; lying between latitudes 4°321 and 5°331 North, and longitudes 7°251 and 8°251 East with it's capital city as Uyo. It came into existence on the 23rd of September 1987 by the Federal Military Government under General lbrahim Babangida, out of Cross River State. The state is populated with over 5 million people and over 10 million in dispersion. Akwa Ibom is currently the highest oil- and gas-producing state in the country. The inhabitants of the state are: Ibibio, Annang, Ibeno and Eket. The Ibibio are the largest group, whilst the Annang, which form the second largest group, speak a language very similar to the Ibibio Language. Ibeno and Eket speak a similar language, and are located at the ocean. The Ibibio language belongs to the Benue-Congo language family, which forms part of the Niger-Congo group of languages.