There are 1 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Esit-Eket, 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.
Oakwood city estate,ibesikpo asutan.
oakwood city estate is in ekpene nnyama asabor in ibesikpo asutan lga of akwa-ibom state. it is a well laid out estate in the fast-developing major linking road. the estate is adjacent to the mobil palm fruit plantation, very close to nung udoe round about. just 30-minutes drive to the victor attah international airport, 2-minute drive from the nung udoe round about, 5-minute drive from full life academy by airport road, and can be accessible through two major routes- airport road, uyo and nnug udoe, ibesikpo.
features of the estate include:
- internal roads
- drainage system
- perimeter fencing
- security gate house
- recreation parks
- electricity and street light
- club house
- school and more
prime category (infrastructure inclusive): n3,000,000
classic category (without infrastructure): n1,200,000
plot size: 465sqm
title: deed of conveyance and registered sur...
Esit Eket is a town and Local Govrnment Area (LGA) in Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria. Its headquarters is located in Uquo. Esit Eket Local Government Area was created in 1989 by the Local Government (Basic Constitutional and Transitional Provision Decree No.15 of 1989). Prior to this historic political exercise, the geographical area now called Esit Eket was part of Uquo Ibeno Local Government Area. Esit Eket Local Government Area is presently made up to two clans namely: Eket Offiong and Eket Afaha, which are held together by common tradition, customs and ancestry relationship.
The LGA is Situated by the Atlantic westline with boundaries with Ibeno, Eket and Nsit Atai Local Government Areas. Esit Eket people are predominantly farmers, fishermen and a considerable number in trading like their Ibeno neighbors. They are actively involved in the oil industry downstream operation. The Eket People were said to have migrated from esit eket to their present settlement.