There are 6 available flats, houses, land and commercial property in Yewa South, Ogun, Nigeria. The property have been listed by estate agents who can be contacted using the contact information provided for each property listing. The list can be filtered by price, furnishing and recency.
Buy an acre of land at 500k and get an roi of 150k/year. the land still remains yours forever and you can tell us to stop farming on your behalf when ever you want.
this project is managed by home system nigeria a registered company with coporate affairs commission of nigeria with rc number 1563935 in partnership with hsn/ogcrn/agivt
farming is the new gold mine and driving force of the nigerian economy and africa at large, it has almost no risk and it's also profitable, however a lot of potential investors and interested parties do not embark on this route because of how intensive it is especially for people who hold a day job or a business. we have decided to bridge this gap by not only providing you with registered genuine mix-used land but also provide farmers who will farm on your behalf while you make your money from the comfort of your home, the land is also yours from generation to generation, you can decide to quit farming and switch to something else whenever you decide, isn't that amazing!. we have taken the steps to make sure that all our farmers, soil scientists, agric engineers are marinated in experience for a full customer satisfaction.
with our current biggeat deal ever we are offering you
(i)5 acres of land (30 plots) of land for n2, 500, 000 only while you receive an extra (1) free of charge! with free fertilizers and seedlings, free tractor use and farm machinery and all expense farming on your behalf.
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Yewa South (Formerly Egbado South) is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Ogun, Nigeria. It has its headquarters at Ilaro. In 1954, the then Ilaro District Council like other district councils in the country was composed of traditional rulers and elected members with the whites serving as secretaries. In 1958, it moved to a more embracing council with the emergence of the Egbado Divisonal Council. The people speak the Yewa and Egun dialects of the Yoruba language. There are seven areas or villages headed by Obas or Royal Fathers: Ilaro, Idogo, Iwoye, Oke-Odan, Ijanna, Itoro, Owode, Erinja, Ajilete and Ilobi.
The local Government has a guinea savannah-like vegetation with avast arable fertile land that makes mechanised farming possible. Yewa South Local Government shares boundaries with Yewa North and Ipokia Local Governments in the North and South respectively and in the West and East by Ifo and Ado-Odo/Ota Local Governments. Inhabitants in this area are mostly farmers and crops grown are: cassava, yam, palm kernel, maize, cocoa, breadfruit, melon, cocoyam, apara, pepper, kolanut, vegetables and fruits and poultry and arable products like eggs, fowls goat, sheep and cow milk.