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location: along airport bypass road udoe nke/ikot ebot ndom ebom uruan lga, akwa ibom state.
title: freehold (reg. survey & deed of assignment included)
plot size: 948sqm - n3.7m
plot size : 424sqm - n2.5m
- good road network
- street light
- gated & secured envt
- shopping centres.
- perimeter fencing
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Ikot Abasi is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria. It has its headquarters in the town of Ikot Abasi. It is bounded by Oruk Anam Local Government Area in the north, Mkpat Enin and Eastern Obolo Local Government Areas in the east and the Atlantic Ocean in the south. The Imo River forms the natural boundary in the west separating it from Rivers State. The people of Ikot Abasi are made up of the Ibibio ethnic group with diverse cultural heritage and tradition. They speak the Ibibio language.
Ikot Abasi is made up of five clans namely: Ikpa Edemaya Clan, Ikpa Ibekwe Clan, Ikpa Nnung Assang Clan, Ukpum Ette Clan and Ukpum Okon Clan. The area is dotted with tourist attraction centres. Her beautiful beach front at Uta Ewa, the Berger Jetty along Uta Ewa creek and the coastline create attractive tourist resorts. The oil fields include Utapate (onshore). Adna (offshore) and Asabo (offshore). Arable agricultural produce include cassava, yam, sweet yam and maize while cash crops are not limited to oil palm, coconut, raffia, rubber and palm kernel. There is abundant forest reserve for timber and wild life while commercial fishing thrives in the area.