Property in Agbara Estate, Agbara, Ado-Odo/Ota, Ogun
There are 79 listings and 2 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Agbara Estate, Agbara, Ado-Odo/Ota, Ogun, 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 built up factory for sale.
1). block of big factory warehouse.
2). block of administrative offices attached to the factory.
3). block of 2 decking of 3 bedroom flat each for staff's quarters.
4). block of 14 standard shops facing the express for rent.
5). underground of the shops is block of little warehouse for storage or raw materials or whatever.
6). blocks of security house all in 12 plots of land well fenced to standard with c of o.
7). all constructions takes half of the land while back is reserved for future expansion and opposite front of back gate you have less than half plots attached for round about so as trailers can load from front gate and go through back gate and drainage already well directed with gutters inside to the back road to ensure no flooding inside the premises in the advent of heavy down pour.
lusada opposite lora international school in agbara industrial estate, along agbara/atan road, imutun ayanre igbese ado-oda, ota lga, ogun state.
measuring approximately 6981.159 square mete...
Ogun state, Nigeria has 19 Local Government Areas (LGAs) and Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area is one of them with its headquarters at Ota (Otta). It was createdÂ on 19th May, 1989 following the merging of Ota, part of the defunct Ifo/Ota Local Government with Ado-Odo/Igbesa Areas of the Yewa South Local Government. Ado-Odo/Ota borders on metropolitan Lagos. It is the second largest LGA in Ogun state. Ado-Odo/Ota dwellers engage in the production of cash, food crops as well as mineral resources which include: cocoa, kola nut, palm oil, coffee, cassava, timber, maize, vegetables, kaolin, silica sand, gypsum, and glass sand.
This area is mainly populated by Awori People, a subset of the Yorubas and the original inhabitants of the area. Other tribes here include: Egba, Eguns, and Yewas (Egbados). There are currently eleven Traditional Obaship institutions in the Local Government Area namely: Olota of Ota, Olofin of Ado-Odo, Oloja Ekun of Igbesa, Onilogbo of Ilogbo, Alagbara of Agbara, Amiro of Ilamiro, Onikooko of Kooko Ebiye, Onikogbo of Ikogbo, Onitekun of Itekun, Onigun of Odan Abuja and Olodan of Odan Abuja Sule