There are 32 listings and 3 available flats, houses, land and commercial property near University of Ilorin, 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.
A 23 bedroom self- contained courtyard styled hostel, with portable running water via borehole with a back up well. a students' common room, a security house and a shop. is available for immediate sale. the hostel is for university of ilorin students. the property consists of 6 buildin...
City estate, estate tanke, ilorin
city estate offers the best and perfect environment for family luxury living with our tastefully planned layout.
it is located 1.8km from the university road. student area, it is accessible.
location: tanke agbede ilorin.
neighborhood; oke odo, bekadims, item 7, university of ilorin, surrounding hostels.
title: c of o
only land (450sm);
3 months outright
minimum of 150,000
100,000 for 14months
you can move in before completion of payment. terms and conditions apply
contact tope on 09072151...
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.