Best Places to Live in Nigeria (part 3)

February 5, 2020 |

4. Calabar        

How to begin to describe Calabar? How about its people? And their rich culture as well as its beautiful environment? You know, even people within Nigeria shores, yet haven’t visited Calabar, may be in awe of everything that it represents.

It is not called the paradise of people for the sake of it; It has a lot to provide anyone that berths on the shores — searching for one serene secured environment, one city filled with fun, the tourist attraction as well as one suitable for a family? If so, Calabar is it.

It is Cross River State’s capital city. It is home to the famous Obudu Cattle Ranch, as well as one free trade zone alongside the global airport as well as a functioning sea port that usually attends to different businesses. It is one sure place for those who are family-oriented and those looking for not only business but also a pleasure.

5. Uyo

It is not far from Calabar. It is Akwa Ibom State’s capital city as well as one of the nation’s leading oil-producing states and is situated in the area that is known as Niger Delta.

It has witnessed plenty of tremendous growth in various sectors of the economy, especially since the democracy governance advent in Nigeria. It boasts of a pretty sizable presence of expatriate based on the status as one oil-producing state.

It now boasts a lot of leisure as well as human development facilities of global standard, which includes Ibom connection as well as hotels such as Golf Resort, Le Meridien Ibom Hotel, and The ibom Tropicana. Not all, it also boasts of one ultra-modern sports facility – it is the stadium Godswill Akpabio International. This one has 30,000 seats. There are also the world-class Ibom e-library and the Ibom specialist hospital.

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