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Wednesday, 11 July 2018

An overview of life, house rent in Ekiti state

Ekiti, a south-western in Nigeria state, carved out of old Ondo, was declared a state on October 1, 1996 by the then military dictator and leader, General Sani Abacha.

Ekiti, which has its current governor as Peter Ayodele Fayose, a staunch member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), is mainly an upland zone, rising over 250 meters above sea level. It lies on an area underlain by metamorphic rock.

Because of its somewhat geographically rocky nature, it is majorly an undulating region of Nigeria with a characteristic landscape that comprises old plains broken by step-sided out-crops that may occur singularly or in groups or ridges. Such rocks outcrops exist mainly at Aramoko, Efon-Alaiye, Ikere-Ekiti, Igbara-odo-Ekiti and Okemesi-Ekiti.

The state experience tropical climate with two distinct seasons, the rainy season (April–October) and the dry season (November–March), with temperature ranging between 21° and 28 °C with high humidity.

Natives, who prefer to prefer to live in urban locales, which is house rent in the state is on the high side.

For instance, according to Nigeria Property centre, an online media outfit that advertises availability of properties and assets put up for sale and rent respectively, a six bedroom detached bungalow in Ado-Ekiti is sold for ₦30,000,000, while a four bedroom detached bungalow goes for ₦13,000,000.

Also, an uncompleted three bedroom detached bungalow, located a rather remote part of the state capital is sold for ₦4,000,000.

In Ikere, said to be the hometown of the governor, a three bedroom self contained (single room) is sold for ₦1,800,000 and a four bedroom house in Ado-Ekiti goes for ₦20,000,000.


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