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Ogun state, a southwestern part of Nigeria known to border Lagos state to the south and Oyo and Osun state to the North, and Ondo to the east.
Excerpts from Business day show that Ogun state elbows Lagos state in Nigeria’s industrialization. It is known to house several manufacturing hubs in Nigeria some of which include; Lafarge Cement, Nestle, Dangote cement, Gamble amongst many others.
This industrialization has really skyrocketed the development of the state thereby bringing in more investors to the state. In addition, due to the hustle and bustle activities that characterize Lagos state, have led to people moving there to start a family.
This article critically explains places you can live in Ogun State especially if you are starting a family.
These places are selected based on the factors; peacefulness, cost of living, and social amenities
1.Arepo: This is one of the populated cities in the state sharing boundaries with Lagos state. Arepo is few minutes drive from the capital of Lagos State and its dominated by residential properties with good neighborhood and commercial hubs like malls, amusement centers, Punch Newspapers, The Tribune, Opic Scheme, and lots more.
2. Abeokuta: This is the capital of Ogun State. Being the capital, its known to be beautiful with social amenities easy to access, with a reasonable cost of living. A peaceful area to be especially to young ones willing to start a family. Olumo rock which is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Nigeria is located here.
Continue reading: https://www.thinkmint.ng/buyrealestate/live-in-ogun-state/
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