There are 50 listings and 3 available residential land in Onitsha, Anambra, Nigeria. The residential land have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each residential land listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Diamond Estate, Nkwele After Otakwi Junction, Onitsha, Anambra
This land is free from government acquisition because it has been registered.
get instant allocation immediately after the payment. flexible payment plans available for 3 months, 6 months, 9 months and 12 months.
for site inspection and further enquiries, call/whatsapp +2348062948...
*cheapest estates in the eastern region, nando town anambra*
these estates are in a natural and serene environment with a peaceful habitation for everyone. your investment here is secured and sure to appreciate.
*bukasin unique estate*
location: *nando town anambra.*
title: *freehold, registered survey and deed of assignment*
plot size: *500sqm*
actual price: n1.8m
promo price: *n1.2m
* anambra international airport.
* good road network.
* odimegwu chukwuemeka university.
* father tansi prayer city opposite the estate.
* federal university currently on constriction.
* second niger bridge around the axis.
* mega market on construction.
for further enquiries: call 08066786250, 0809 807 8294
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Onitsha is a city in Anambra state, Nigeria. Onitsha is a metropolitan city situated on the eastern bank of the Niger River. Onitsha, is known for its river port, and as an economic hub for commerce, industry, and education. The indigenous people of Onitsha descend from the Igbo ethnic group and speak the Igbo language. The Onitsha people like to be referred to as Ndi Onicha. Onitsha has grown to become one of Nigeria's most significant market towns and its Main Market, one of the largest markets in West Africa, a center point where billions of naira are transacted every day
Traditional Onitsha consists of nine villages, otherwise known as Ebo Itenani. These are descendants of the progenitor Umuezechima comprising Isiokwe, Olosi, Umuezearoli, Okebunabo, Obikporo and Ogbeotu which claim origin from Igala in Kogi state, Awada (Ogbeozoma), Obamkpa comprising Umuasele, Iyiawu and Odoje Ndugbe and Odumegwu Gbuagu, Ubulu na Ikem, Ulutu, Ubene, Ogboli Eke, Obior and Ogbeotu. Within these groupings there are six administrative wards namely Okebunabo, Umuezearoli, Ogbeolu, Isiokwe na Ogboli Olosi, Obamkpa and Eke na Ubene.