A matured oil palm plantation on 30 hectares of land is available for lease or outright sales. For sales option, the price is N600 million while for lease option. It is located along a well tarred expressway connecting to other town and cities of the state. The land is covered under the National Electricity Grid and other infrastructures. Presently, the land has existing high yielding palm plantation which is matured and could be harnessed for palm oil production. The plantation is open to the following options Outright Sales N600m Leasing for ten years N300m Partnership on equity contribution N250MMore details
Okobo is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Akwa Ibom state, Nigeria. Its capital is located in the town of Okpedi. Okobo is bound by Uruan, Oron, Udung Uko and Nsit Atai Local Government Areas. The people are part of the Oro Nation. The people use the popular dialect of Oro and Okobo though Ibibio language is commonly understood.
Okobo dwellers actively engage in farming and fishing. There is presence of Tropical forest with obeche, mahogany for supply of wood for boat and canoe construction. There are good deposits of clay and fine sand. A vibrant cultural heritage expressed in such traditional dances and masquerades as Ekpe, Ibom, Okponkpong, Afiakeyit, Nkuho, etc. Prominent recognition is given to Nkuho, a symbolic institution where maidens are confined for a certain period for induction and training for matrimonial responsibilities.