Showing posts with label Yaba. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Yaba. Show all posts

Friday, December 4, 2020

The Safest Locations in Lagos City

Lagos, the commercial capital of Nigeria and Africa's largest megacity is an awesome hub for business and entertainment as one of the most resilient cities in the world. It is a coastal city in the Gulf of Guinea, the north easternmost part of the tropical Atlantic ocean.

Lagos has over seven beaches with world class resorts, hotels, residential areas and shopping malls. 

The most important thing to have in every area is security, because security will guarantee your safety. And the choice of a safe location for your office and residence will give you peace and tranquility without the fears of attacks by criminals and other unlawful people in your environment.

The best residential districts are also the safest locations in Lagos with 24 hours security and regular power and water supply in serviced houses and flats for rent, lease or purchase in Ikeja, Apapa, Beachland, Ikoyi, Victoria Island, Lekki, Surulere, Yaba and Oregun.

Flats for rent from US$7, 000 per annum.

Flats for sale from US$100, 000.

Houses for rent from US$10, 000 per annum.

Houses for sale from US$500, 000.

Contact us for the best and safest locations and tour guides by email address:

- By Ekenyerengozi Michael Chima, a prize winning writer and author is one of the most popular reviewers on @TripAdvisor and producer/director of "Lagos in Motion" documentary film.

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Re: The Minimum Wage Of N17, 000 Is Nonsense

Re: The Minimum Wage Of N17, 000 Is Nonsense

Do you know that thousands of secondary school leavers who cannot gain admission into higher institutions need jobs and many of them are paid as little as N5,000 monthly salaries in Lagos and other places? My friend pays his receptionist N8, 000 monthly and thank God her residence is not far from the office.

Majority of the civil servants in Nigeria are going to depend on the minimum wage and those with families will have no choice but to use their children and other dependants to hawk goods on the street.
Monday night on the way home from work at about 10.33 pm, I saw children still hawking at the Maryland bus near Ikeja and I told an elderly woman hawking with them to go home and sleep. She looked at me and continued with her work.

Today I went to the Tejuoso market in Yaba and I saw hundreds of boys and girls selling petty goods and the Igbo boys engaged in their rag trade of second hand clothes and other goods. I was heartbroken, because many of them have better dreams than petty trading.
I saw depression written on the faces of hundreds of traders and shoppers. I saw pretty girls and handsome boys struggling for survival and JAMB reported today that there is no space for 340, 000 successful UTME candidates and lest we forget hundreds of thousands of graduates and millions of secondary school leavers are jobless.

I returned to the office feeling depressed, because of the bleak future of the poor masses and their children.

If we sack the ruling megalomaniac party and set up a government without a National Assembly, we are going to save trillions of naira to invest in human capital development and develop a 21st century economy to provide better living wages for majority of Nigerians.
It is possible.

Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Houses and Plots of Land for Sale in Lagos, Nigeria



1. Four Bedroom Flats in Iwaya, Yaba, Lagos. – N35 million each.
2. A Block of Four Bedroom Flats in Iwaya, Yaba, Lagos. – N28 million.
3. Three Bedroom with Boys Quarters off University of Lagos Road, Yaba, Lagos. – N50 million
4. A Storey Building in Yaba. – N35 million
5. A Storey Building in Yaba. – N50 million
6. A bungalow on Little Road in Yaba, Lagos. – N45 million
7. A Bungalow on Olonode Street in Yaba, Lagos. N45 million
8. Four Bedroom Duplex with Three Bedroom Flats in Fola Agoro in Yaba, Lagos.- N50 million.
9. Five Bedroom Duplex at Bourdillion, Ikoyi, Lagos.- N150 million
10. Seven Bedroom Detached House at Norman Williams in Ikoyi, Lagos. – N280 million
11. 5 Bedroom Detached House at Norman Williams in IKoyi, Lagos. N460 million.
12. Block 102, Plots 50 and 51 (fenced) at Lekki Phase 1, Lagos. N90 million each (2,100 sqm)

BlueSail Services and Real Estate Consultants.
Tel: 08038570081

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