There are 1 available houses in Benue, Nigeria. The houses have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each house listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Prime estate for sale
sitting on the land size of 0.082ha, the estate is well finished and comprised:
1. eight units of 2 bedrooms terrace duplexes with kitchen cabinets and bedroom wardrobes
2. security house
3. interlocked compound
4. borehole with overhead tanks
valued at 140million naira (n140m) only - slightly negotiable or single unit n18m (outright payment) or single unit n20m (12 months payment plan)
secured by a certificate of occupancy (c of ...
Benué is a state in the mideast region of Nigeria with a population of about 2.8 million in 1991. Idoma and Tiv, are spoken predominantly. There are other ethnic groups, including Igede, Etulo and Abakwa. With its capital at Makurdi, Benué is a rich agricultural region; some of the crops grown there are potatoes, cassava, soya bean, guinea corn, flax, yams and beniseed.
Benué State is named after the Benué River and was formed from the former Benue-Plateau State in 1976, along with Igala and some part of Kwara State. In 1991 some areas of Benué state (mostly igala area), along with areas in Kwara state, were carved out to become part of the new Kogi State. Traces of Igbo people and tribes are found in the boundary areas of Ebonyi state and Enugu state in local government areas like the Obi, Oju etc.