House for sale Zaria Kaduna

Zaria, Kaduna, Kaduna Zaria Kaduna
5,000,000
4/6/2018
As you can see, construction is ongoing for 52 units of duplex and penthouse at Emerald Estate, Lugbe, Abuja. 500sqm of land up for grabs at a giveaway price of N5million. Contact me on whatsapp or call
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House for sale Zaria, Kaduna, Kaduna Zaria Kaduna

zaria, kaduna, kaduna zaria kaduna
5,000,000
4/17/2018
As you can see, construction is ongoing for 52 units of duplex and penthouse at Emerald Estate, Lugbe, Abuja. 500sqm of land up for grabs at a giveaway price of N5million. Contact me on whatsapp or call
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5 bedroom duplex for sale - Kaduna | OLX

5 bedroom duplex for sale - Kaduna
5 rooms
1000 m²
270,000,000
2/12/2018
Duplex with 5 bedrooms 3 sitting rooms Kitchen Cinema room Guest chalet Bq Laundry room Generator house Pool Pool bar Gazibo Location: in Ungwan rimi GRA Kaduna Title: C of O Price: 270m Kaduna, town, capital of Kaduna state, north-central Nigeria. It lies along the Kaduna River, which is a major tributary of the Niger River. Since the late 1950s, Kaduna has become a major industrial, commercial, and financial centre for the northern states of Nigeria. It has a branch of the Nigerian Stock Exchange. Most industries are grouped south of the Kaduna River. The town’s cotton-textile spinning and weaving mills are Nigeria’s largest and among the largest in Africa; knit fabrics are also produced in Kaduna. The food industry produces beer, soft drinks, baked goods, and processed meat. Light manufactures include leather goods, plastics, ceramics, pharmaceuticals, furniture, and televisions; and there are several printing and publishing firms. The town’s heavy industries make steel and aluminum products, cement, asbestos cement, concrete blocks, electrical motors, ordnance, and explosives. There are a steel-rolling plant, an automobile assembly factory, and an oil refinery (supplied by a 377-mile- [607-km-] long oil pipeline from the Niger delta oil fields). A petrochemicals plant began operations in the early 1980s. Kaduna is also a centre for the construction industry. The Kaduna Polytechnic college (1968) and the Nigerian Defense Academy are located in the town; it also is the site of Christian teacher-training colleges and the Kaduna State Library. The Geological Survey of Nigeria (1930) has its headquarters there, and a geology museum is found in Kaduna. The National Museum, also located there, features exhibitions on the culture of the northern Nigerian states. Kaduna has a racecourse and the Ahmadu Bello Stadium (1964). The Nigerian Institute for Trypanosomiasis (sleeping sickness) Research (1961) and the National Eye Centre are located in Kaduna. The trunk railways from Lagos, Port Harcourt, and Zaria form a junction in the southern part of Kaduna, and the Lagos-Kano highway passes through the town. There is also an airport 5 miles (8 km) north of the town. Pop. (2005 est.) 1,375,000. Published : Mar 11, 2018
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