There are 4 available flats, houses, land and commercial property for rent in Kwara, 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.
3 bedroom flat. it affords a sitting room, guest toilet, 3 medium sized bedroom with wardrobe, toilets and kitchen. adequate water supply is provided. the compound is paved and fenced with a gate.
major landmarks within the area:
- university of ilorin
- flora secondary school
- minaret islamic school
- the deenway academy
- item 7
- the lightway secondary school
- candidate hotels
- ifedamola secondary school
- olaleye event cen...
At Araromi Area, Agbabiaka Road, Ilorin South, Kwara
Newly renovated 3-bedroom bungalow, well-presented and best serves as residential accommodation.
the apartment is fully tiled, provided with spacious sitting room, 3 medium sized bedrooms with wardrobes, all en-suite, toilet/bathroom, and kitchen. the compound is fenced with gate, adequate water supply and ample parking space is also provided.
major landmark within the area:
- university of ilorin
- agbabiaka central mosque
- oke-ogun health center
- harvard polytech...
The mini hall rental facility has an official capacity of 30 training per use. any increase needed by the user of the facility will attract extra charge if chairs would be provided by tgie as an organization; otherwise, the user can get extra chairs themselves based on prior notice and agreement with the organization.
the mini hall is being rented out at 3500 per hour without provision of generator and #5000 per hour with provision of generator by tgie as an organization. the user is given the opportunity of 5 to 10 minutes after the end of their training just in case their training material is needed to be packed for other users of the hall. in a situation where the user uses above the time scheduled as agreed on their form, an extra hour charge will be paid by the user.
tgie prohibits the pouring of water or any waste product from up downward. in case of a need to dispose any liquid of any form, you are enjoyed to use the general toilet, waste bin or go downstairs to use the gutter.facilities to be provided by tgie for the use of a user are the training hall with 30 persons capacity,white board marker, a marker, fan, electricity when it is available, and a general toilet for general use. any other need aside the listed facility will only be provided on request and agreement. users are expected to pay before use; they will also need to book at least two days before it is needed.
for users that need the facility more than once, or in case of a reputable use, every instruction given and agreement reached with tgie must be adhered to; failure to comply can result in terminating the agreement to use the property with a 50% refund of the amount paid.if at any time, a user demands for a refund before using the hall due to one genuine reason or the other, the organization will only be liable to refund 50% of the amount paid.
in case of change in an agreed time, it will only be acknowledged if it does not clash with the
organization training, but if it does, a refund of 50% of the amount booked will be consider...
Kwara is a state in northern Nigeria. Its capital is Ilorin. Kwara State was created on 27th May, 1967 when the Federal Military Government of General Yakubu Gowon broke the four regions that then constituted the Federation of Nigeria into 12 states. At its creation, the state was made up of the former Ilorin and Kabba provinces of the then Northern Region and was initially named the West Central State but later changed to "Kwara", a local name for the River Niger.
Kwara State shares her boundaries with the Republic of Benin at her west and the Niger River at her North. The major ethnic groups in Kwara state are Yoruba, Nupe, Bariba and Fulani. Kwara State is known as 'The State of Harmony on account of the peaceful relations that exist among its multicultural and diverse population of about 2.5 million people. Followers of the three great religious faiths to be found in Nigeria, Islam, Christianity and traditional, coexist within the state.