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Smart 8 bedroom duplex for sale in asokoro abuja
sale price : $4,800,000
》this luxurious contemporary mansion comes with 8 bedrooms
》5 living rooms
》smart home automation.
》penthouse terrace with an awesome view of asokoro and it's environs.
》mc speakers in the penthouse bedroom, all living rooms and general areas.
》huge 3meter by 1.3meter security pivot door at the main entrance.
》gebreit wall hung toilets.
》well designed architectural flow.
》israeli security doors for all major exists.
》 cctv surveillance control systems and emergency panic button.
》gym with swimming pool view.
》 lift / elevator with
》soft furnished mansion
》spanish porcelain tiles and granite.
》motion sensor lighting
》fully equipped cinema.
》 fully equipped kitchen which includes, coffee machine, wine chiller, dishwasher, fridge/freezer, oven and microwave,
》 great landscape
》 high quality electric perimeter fence.
》 intercom telephones at all points.
》swimmingpool with in-built jacuzzi spa with a fountain on the side.
》2 ensuite bq with kitchen.
》 in-built guest house with living room and guest restroom.
》 parking space for 11 cars
》spacious master and madam bedrooms.
》 walk-in closet.
》 fire alarm system
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Sokoto is a state located in the extreme northwest of Nigeria, near to the confluence of the Sokoto River and the Rima River. Its capital city is Sokoto. The name Sokoto (which is the modern/anglicised version of the local name, Sakkwato) is of Arabic origin, representing suk, "market". It is also known as Sakkwato, Birnin Shaihu da Bello or "Sokoto, Capital of Shaihu and Bello"). Sokoto state was created in 1976. Sokoto being the seat of the former Sokoto Caliphate, the city is predominantly Muslim and an important seat of Islamic learning in Nigeria. The Sultan who heads the caliphate is effectively the spiritual leader of Nigerian Muslims.
In 1967, not long after Nigeria's independence from the British, the region became known as the Northwestern State. This territory was, in 1976, split into Sokoto State and Niger State. Later on, Kebbi State (1991) and Zamfara State (1996) split off from Sokoto State. Sokoto State is mainly populated by Hausa people. Most Sokoto State residents are Sunni Muslims, with a Shia minority. Violence between the two groups is uncommon.