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Shagamu-ore-benin Expressway, Odogbolu, Odogbolu, Ogun
267 acres of industrial /commercial land along and directly facing the shagamu-ore-benin expressway, at odogbolu, ogun state
267 acres of commercial land along and directly facing the shagamu-ore-benin expressway at odogbolu, ogun state
location: the land is located before ijebu-ode going from shagamu towards ore.
title: c of o
price: #5.5 million per acre
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Odogbolu is a Local Government Area in Ogun State, Nigeria. It has its headquarters in the town of Odogbolu. This LGA had been under the jurisdiction of various councils from the defunct Western Region and later Western State, when it was under Ijebu Division. Odogbolu Local Government is strategically located on a large expanse of land of about 640 square kilomitres. Odogbolu is bounded by Ijebu- North Local Government Area (LGA) in the north, Ikene Local Government Area (LGA) in the east and Epe Local Government Area (LGA), Lagos State in the south.
Odogbolu Local Government Area has an estimated population of 200,000 inhabitants. Christianity and Islam are the two major religions believed in this area. However, there still remains sizable number of committed traditional worshipers in the area. The inhabitants in this area are mainly the Yorubas. The people of Odogbolu engage in farming, hunting, fishing, lumbering and handicraft. However, the percentage of the population that engages in the service sector and industries has been on the increase over the years because of the increased presence of Government Department and Parastatals, Educational Institutions and the new wave of Industrialization within the Local Government area.