Along Lagos Abeokuta Express Road, Tollgate, Ota, Sango Ota, Ogun
Filling station built on 8 plots of land with 14 pump facility, 8 underground tank of 45,000 litre each, pure and Boyle water factory, lube bay, office block and Hall for supermarket with certificate of occupancy.
Sango Ota is town in Ogun state, Nigeria. It is also spelled as "Otta". Historically, Ota is the capital of the Awori Yoruba ethnic group. In the year 1999, Ota had the third largest concentration of industries in Nigeria. Otta has a large market; it also has an important road junction, north of the tollgate on the Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway. The farm of the former president of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo is found in this town. There are two universities or higher institutions located in Otta, they are: Covenant University and Bells University of Technology.