Living in Ado Ekiti, Nigeria:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Ado Ekiti, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked four people living in Ado Ekiti 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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A new person moving to Ado, must know the palace. The major markets are Oja Oba, Oja Bisi, and Oja Okesa, in case the person wants to buy food to eat and cloth. Ado is the capital of Ekiti State in Nigeria, and it’s a peaceful city.

Tawakalitu, says: 2020

Anyone interested in moving here should know the landscape is lined with huge mountains. Also, the place is usually very cold at night and it is always advisable to stay indoors during the night periods. The mountains are a hiding place for wild animals too hence, only hunters are permitted to go there.

Muhammed, says: 2020

Ado Ekiti is a beautiful land of hills and mountains. It is home to one of the most friendly groups of people in Nigeria dedicated to entertaining visitors and newcomers. The city is a just emerging urban community where some of the conveniences of a developed urban society are probably lacking yet, there are a lot of features that make the city stand out.

Princewill, says: 2020

Ado Ekiti is a developing urban area. The city contains multiple schools, religious centres and shops. You can get whatever you need within at least a 10 minutes walk. Electricity is of minor concern and is recently more developed. This means that unless you live in a really rural area, you have a fair chance of good electricity and water supply.

Mohammed, says: 2020

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