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Igbariam, Close To Coscharis Rice Mill, Njikoka, Anambra
Dolphin elite garden igbariam phase 1, anambra state.
this estate is located at igbariam, after coscharis rice mill, near odumegwu ojukwu university first gate . the serenity of this place is very good .it has commercial value , the topography is good and is a table dry land.
coscharis multi billion dollar rice mill.
anambra state rice farm igbariam.
odumegwu ojukwu university igbariam.
10 minutes drive to awka,
3 minutes drive to major road.
1 minute drive to odumegwu ojukwu university igbariam.
plots and sizes
executive plot= 600sqm @ 3,640,000 for outright payment of 3 months
half [email protected],120,000 for outright payment of 3 months. installmental payment for 6 and 12 months is also available.
benefits, instant allocation immediately after payment, good neigbourhood, commercial value.
amenities, good access road clean water, electricity and estate gate.
Anambrais a state located in the southeastern part of Nigeria. Its name is an anglicized version of the original 'Oma Mbala', the native name of the Anambra River. Anambra has its capital as Akwa. There are two biggest and commercial and industrial cities in this state which are Onitsha and Nnewi. The state has its theme asÂ "Light Of The Nation". The state is bound by Delta to the west, Imo and Rivers to the south, Enugu to the east and Kogi state to the north. The dominant ethnic group is Igbo. Anambra is the eighth most populated state in Nigeria and the second most densely populated state in Nigeria after Lagos State. The stretch of more than 45 km between Oba and Amorka contains a cluster of numerous thickly populated villages and small towns giving the area an estimated average density of 1,500â2,000 persons per square kilometre.