This shop in Ubani Market may be used as a restaurant. This is a rare opportunity to be the only prepared food vendor to serve all market vendors and market patrons. Grab this HOT opportunity and make your dreams come true this year. Lease price only N300,000 per annum. Look at some conservative sales projections: Each meal sells for N350 minimum Sell 30 meals per day minimum (due to COVID-19 market days are currently limited to Mondays, Wednesday, and Fridays) Sell for 14 days per month (after COVID-19 the market will return to being open every day) So you earn N350 x 30 x 14 = N 147,000 per month. And you and I know that you will sell more than 30 meals per day. So don't delay; sign your lease today. Phone 08033705419 or 09068145333More details
Umuahia is the capital city of Abia state, Nigeria. Umuahia is located along the rail road that lies between Port-Harcourt to Umuahia's south and Enugu city to its north. Umuahia comprises two local government areas: Umuahia North and Umuahia South. These local governments are also composed of clans such as the Umuopara, Ibeku, Olokoro, Ubakala and Ohuhu communities. Umuahia town is traditionally owned by the Ibeku after early British administrators based the town in their lands. The original indigenes of this city descend from the Igbo tribe.
This area is well known as an agricultural market centre. Umuahia is a railway collecting point for crops such as yams, cassava, corn (maize), taro, citrus fruits, and palm oil and kernels. There are several breweries in Umuahia, and there is also a palm-oil-processing plant. Nigeria's National Root Crops Research Institute, at Umudike, is adjacent to the town. Umuahia also has several colleges including Trinity College (theological) and several hospitals.