There are 4 listings and 1 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Igueben, Edo, 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.
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zion gardens benin_
from the heart of benin city, pwan pro presents to you a new acreadged called *zion gardens benin 1 & 2.
zion gardens 1
ikpe community along abraka road, benin city ikpoba okha local government area of edo state.
zion gardens 2
eghobaye community off sapele road
5 minutes drive to benson idahosa university biu
price: 450 sqm
actual price n1.350m
promo price n1m
buy 2 900 sqm and get 1 free (450 sqm)
benin city is one of the fastest growing city in nigeria. with a good road network, huge population and ever-growing businesses. there are opportunities to grow your income from her real estate sector.
real estate is one area of business that can increase your money, most importantly if you are the smart type that understands how to take advantage of an opportunity when it surfaces.
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Igueben is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Edo state, Nigeria. Its capital/headquarters is located in the town of Igueben. The indigenous people of Igueben are very hard working, creative, industrious and fun-loving. They are a very literate population with most families educated to university level. They continue to maintain their cultural heritage from Benin, celebrating many festivals and ritualistic traditions. Their language is a unique dialect of Edo and Esan. They also use Pidgin English, which is a mixture of Portuguese, English and Esan. The majority speak very good English due to their high levels of education.
The primary occupation in Igueben is farming. Local produce are cross traded with Northern parts of Nigeria; they sell food products peculiar to the Savannah vegetation such as tubular roots like yam, cassava (garri), banana and plantain etc. and buy produce peculiar to arid areas such as beans, onions, groundnuts, potatoes etc. Foreign export include palm produce, rubber and timber. The people of Igueben are very sociable, showing deep respect for other cultures; this is particularly evident in their ability to marry freely into other tribes and cultures from both within and outside Nigeria. They also possess deep sense of fidelity and social responsibility.