Best Places To Live In Asaba Nigeria

Best Places To Live In Asaba Nigeria

About Asaba

Asaba is a riverine city and the capital of Delta State in Nigeria. It is located at the mouth of the Asaba River, which empties into the Atlantic Ocean. The city has one of Nigeria’s largest ports by volume, exporting agricultural products from the surrounding region.

Asaba was founded by people who migrated from Opobo as early as 1866. They were led by two brothers: Okomfo Anokye and Okomfo Akumfi Nkwanti Esibedo, who were wealthy merchants during that period and had established their business in Opobo (now known as Bonny). The name “Asaba” is derived from “Asobo” meaning “to trade.”

The people of Asaba are known for their love of food, especially Eba (Garri), Ogbono soup and Banga soup

10. Umuagu

Umuagu is a suburb of Asaba and the 10th most populous suburb in Asaba. Umuagu has a population of approximately 20,000 people, with an average household size of 4.1 persons per household.

Umuagu has more than 4,000 housing units. The majority of these are occupied by owner occupants (72%), with only 28% being rented out to tenants. There are more than 1,200 completed houses in Umuagu; however there are many more incomplete houses due to high cost of materials as well as low purchasing power within the community and its surrounding areas.

9. Umuagu-Eziagulu Otu

Umuagu-Eziagulu Otu is a town in Aniocha South Local Government Area of Delta state. It is also known as Eziagulu Otu, which means “the village of the brave people”. Umuagu-Eziagulu Otu is a suburban area in Asaba, the capital city of Delta state, Nigeria. The community has an estimated population of over 20,000 people living within its geographical limits.

The community has an important historical significance to the history and development of Nigeria’s political system because it was from this place that Chief Okotie Eboh became Governor General after Independence on October 1st 1960 until October 1963 when he died in office as acting President during General Ironsi’s regime who temporarily suspended democratic rule for military rule due to violence between Northern Muslim Hausa/Fulani tribesmen and Southern Igbo peoples (Nigeria).

8. Ugwuaji

The neighborhood is best known for its low crime rate and great schools. Additionally, it offers many employment opportunities for those who are looking for work in Asaba. The main road in the neighborhood has many restaurants and shops that make shopping easy and convenient.

The neighborhood has a walkability score of 6/10 with sidewalks throughout the area. You can easily walk from one end of Ugwuaji to another without any problems or traffic jams; however, there aren’t many public transportation options available in this part of town so if you want to get around quickly then you’ll need to rely on taxis or buses instead (which can be expensive).

The safety rating is 7/10 due mostly because there aren’t any dangerous areas within this particular community but there could still be some instances where someone might get mugged while walking down certain streets at night time (this is common throughout Nigeria though).

7. Okpanam

Okpanam is a city in Delta State, Nigeria. The city is the capital of Okpanam Local Government Area (LGA). It is located within the oil producing area of Niger Delta and was an important trade center in colonial times.

The town’s name means “people who live around a lagoon” in the Efik language, which belong to the Ibibio-Efik group of people of South Eastern Nigeria.

Okpanam was founded by Oroni people between 1638-1640 CE as an outpost for trade with Europeans due to its strategic location on the River Asaba at its confluence with creeks flowing into it from all directions.

6. Ogbe-Ofu

  • Distance from other places in Asaba:
  • Ogbe-Ofu is located about 30 minutes away from the main city center. It’s a bit far, but you can get around by motorcycle or car if necessary.
  • Number of Schools:
  • There are many schools in the community because it’s a residential area for students attending the nearby University of Calabar, which is one of Nigeria’s largest universities.
  • Number of Hospitals:
  • There’s a general hospital within walking distance and two specialist hospitals within driving distance (each 10 – 15 minutes away).
  • Number of Churches:
  • There are seven churches in this area — three Catholic churches, two Anglican ones (one Anglican Catholic), one Baptist church and one Pentecostal church. Most people go to church on Sundays! You will also see many children being taken to Sunday school every week; there are lots of Christian schools here too so most parents send their kids there after school gets out at 2pm on Friday afternoon until Monday morning when they start up again at 9am sharp!

5. Ibusa

Ibusa, a beautiful ancient city in Delta State, Nigeria on the Anioma plateau is worth visiting. Ibusa is located on the banks of River Niger and was founded by Olomu warriors from Ijesha tribe in about 1400 AD. It is also known for its delicious traditional foods like Agidi and Anguru which are made from yam flour. The town also has historical sites like Oke-Ona Ogbu shrine that dates back to 1750AD; Oron market square where you can buy local goods or just hang out at night with friends; Odioji shrine which has two different shrines: one dedicated to Odioji (an orisha) and another one dedicated to Edun (god of the sea).

It’s best time to visit Ibusa during festivals such as Akuo festival in March/April, May Day celebration every 1st weekend of May annually; Okpu Festival which takes place every 1st week of August annually; Egbara Festival which takes place every last Saturday of October annually

4. Issele Azagba

  • Population: Asaba is home to an estimated population of 941,879 people. It’s also the capital of Delta State.
  • Location: The city is located in southern Nigeria on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean. It borders Okerenkoko, Eziama, and Ibusa communities; as well as a neighbor in Port Harcourt called Eleme Town.
  • Attractions: The following are some reasons why you should live here:
  • It’s affordable! Apartments in Issele Azagba average around ₦1m – ₦2m (around $3,400 – $6,000) per bedroom apartment or ₦400k – ₦500k (around $1,300 – $1,600) for one bedroom flats with utilities included
  • The weather is perfect! With an average temperature of 30°C (86°F) during summer months and 26°C (78°F) during winter months, this city offers moderate temperatures that make it perfect for those who don’t want to deal with extreme heat or cold conditions while living abroad
  • There’s plenty of entertainment available! If you’re looking for entertainment options such as museums or theaters then there are plenty of places nearby where you can find these things happening regularly throughout each day so don’t worry about boredom setting in anytime soon when living abroad here

3. Issele Ukwu

  • Issele Ukwu

Issele Ukwu is a town in Aniocha South Local Government Area of Delta State, Nigeria. It is one of the oldest towns in Delta State and the headquarters of Aniocha South Local Government Area.

The history of Issele Ukwu dates back to about 1650 AD when the founder King of Issele-Ukwu Oba Nnaji moved from his palace at Nnuzo Ozoa (or “Obazu”) with his people to settle down at Iguobazuwa (or “Igboeba”), across River Niger from where he ruled over all his subjects who were then known as Ibube or Aboe people; hence the name Igbobazuwa/Igbobo meaning Aboe people or Ibube for male person. At this time Igwe or king was very respected and revered in those days before Christianity was introduced into Igbo land by European missionaries who came along with traders and settlers during colonial era; Europeans also brought with them their religion which they used as tool for conquest and enslavement but they failed miserably because no matter how much they tried to coerce us with their religion; we refused stubbornly until today our traditional beliefs are still strong among us despite waves of history that have washed over us since ancient times up till now!

2. Ibusa Road Estate

Ibusa Road Estate is located in the heart of Asaba and is one of the most sought-after areas to live in. The estate boasts beautiful scenery, with a number of palm trees lining its roads, as well as having a lovely view of Asaba from afar.

The area is also very close to everything that you need—schools, markets, hospitals and transport hubs are all located within proximity. However, it does not have many places for entertainment or leisure activities. If you want to enjoy some peace after work or school then this may not be your ideal place since there aren’t any open spaces where you can go relax without being bothered by noise pollution or traffic jams around town!

1. Ekumeku Layout, Emeka Ofor Layout

  • Ekumeku Layout, Emeka Ofor Layout

This is a residential area in Asaba, Delta State, Nigeria. It is one of the major residential areas in Asaba and it’s a great place to live in Asaba.

Everyone has different needs when it comes to choosing a location.

Before we get into the details of each neighborhood, let’s talk about what to look for in a neighborhood.

  • Location: This is an obvious one. If you’re going to be commuting, you want to make sure that your commute isn’t going to be too long and tiring. If possible, live close enough that you can walk or bike some places (but don’t forget about safety). Also note whether or not there are public transportation options available for when walking and biking won’t be practical or feasible.
  • Price: While cost should definitely factor into your decision-making process, it shouldn’t be the only driving force behind where you choose to live. You might need more space than what’s available at the cheapest price point; likewise it’s worth considering whether or not saving $100/month on rent might mean living with poor conditions like moldy walls, lack of air conditioning or poor maintenance overall if these things are important factors for your lifestyle while still being able to afford food and utilities every month.
  • Availability: Some neighborhoods may have less availability than others due simply because there were fewer units built there compared with say Asaba Garden Estate which developers are still building more houses today after their initial launch back in 2014-2015 period due largely thanks mostly due its location being near both commercial centers like GRA (General Reception Area), which serves as a central hub for businesses who want quick access downtown but also easy access towards schools such as Federal Government College Owerri Town Campus located about 15 minutes away from GRA via Ochefu Road which connects Owerri Town with Nwankwo Road through Bekwara junction leading all way down towards Asaba Main Market Street where most businesses including shopping malls such as A&C Mall located at Ogbele Road near St Francis Catholic Church before finally reaching Ekeki Junction leading directly into other commercial areas within Asaba Main Market Street itself which includes popular supermarkets like Shoprite Supermarket

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