Some places in Ogba are fully residential, other areas are mainly commercial. Ogba is home to a lot of Banks including Access Bank, First Bank, Zenith Bank, Enterprise Bank, EcoBank, Union Bank, UBA, Keystone, Heritage Bank, etc.
The Ogba Multipurpose Shopping Complex, which is located along the Sunday market, is currently Ogba's largest mall. Sunday is a special day for the sale of fresh farm produce, dairy products, seafood, fruits, and any other foodstuff or ingredient you can think of at bargain prices.
Harmony Estate is one of the most private and secure estates in Ogba. It has exceptional security and the roads are tarred. Within its premises, there are businesses and grocery shops and a school to meet the needs of residents so they don't have to go too far.
Visit Kulture Yard, also known as Buchi's Place, if you are looking for a cool place to relax and eat. Try the famous grilled fish and other African delicacies and cuisine, as well as a variety of drinks. Some of Ogba's restaurants offer a wide variety of both regional and continental fare.
There are quite a number of great bars and clubs in Ogba. Sinatra place has a hotel, outdoor and indoor lounge. Other places to check out are Ace Lounge, Trace, Lascofis Bar, Nissi Bar, Saint and Sinner S and S Bar.
Many schools in Ogba are well-equipped with facilities to help children learn more effectively. They also participate in club activities such as chess, music and drama, ballet, debate/press, and others. Babcock University Secondary Schools and Ogba Junior Grammar School are among the most popular secondary schools.
Read the full area guide for Ogba, Ikeja, Lagos.