Living in Abakaliki, Nigeria:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Abakaliki, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked seven people living in Abakaliki what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Abakaliki is the capital of Ebonyi State, where open business opportunities are still available. it is a home of agricultural activities among the Southeastern States of Nigeria. It is the home to the famous state university of Ebonyi State known as the Ebonyi State University which have four university campuses presently.

Eugene, says: 2020

Anybody moving here should know the weather condition here is not too-conducive and some roads leading to some rural areas are bad while some of them are not even motorable. In my city also, they love agriculture and get most of their Products especially food from farming.

Mohammed, says: 2020

Abakaliki is a city well known for her great achievement in terms of agriculture. The city currently has ranked 1st in rice production and currently cultivates over 60% of all the rice consumed in the country. Also, Abakaliki is a growing city and as such very promising for investors. Abakaliki is endowed with varieties of mineral resources such as; lead, tin, iron ore and even salt.

Fagoroye, says: 2020

Anyone interested in coming to Abakaliki must be aware that good opportunities for investment abound here; this is evident in the situation of it and again with the tribe of people dwelling in it as the people there; mostly Ibos are very industrious and detest laziness, this will pave away for competitions and further solidify development.

Abakaliki is a city with lots of natural things like clear vegetation, fruits, hills, valleys and wildlife. The ease at which traffic flow moves is awesome. It’s is believed that Abakaliki is the most remote part of Nigeria but the good thing about it is that it holds the main food supply chain of the eastern part of African Country.

Victor, says: 2020

My city is a cool place to cool off the head especially when you need refreshment. It’s a place filled with adventures and many other sightseeing locations. Being an indigene of my city gives me a very different sense of joy that no other city has ever given to me as a traveler. It is quite a place in, my city.

Francis, says: 2020

It’s a good place. It’s a place to feel at home and feel at ease. You won’t need to worry about the security because it’s tight. It’s a big city and well developed. There’s light there always. Good roads. Good water. Good schools.

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