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Living in Ajah, Nigeria:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

four local experts

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


4 comments on “Ajah”

If you’re moving to Ajah, be prepared for serious traffic, poor road conditions, and frequent power outages, especially if you’re residing in Badore. Ajah is often compared to the local area of Lekki, and it’s known for the presence of touts and beggars. The population in Ajah is quite high, but it’s still a lovely place to live. There’s good security, a thriving business environment, beautiful houses, and fine estates. However, when it rains, 😪 it often leads to flooding.

Divine, says: 2024

It’s a very busy place. One cannot afford to be sluggish because everyone works with time. The scenery is very beautiful at night but given the fact that there’s traffic, it’s advisable to stay home. There are many friendly people and you can easily make friends. Everyone knows somebody who knows somebody you know, so be nice to everyone.

Chinecherem, says: 2020

Ajah in Lagos is a very busy and densely populated city, so you should be ready to spend hours in traffic hold- up. Accommodation and feeding fees are very expensive. However, if you like hanging out with people, there are lots of beautiful places to do that.

Nwamaka, says: 2020

Lagos is the sixth-largest city in the world by city population and is also known for its beach resorts, nightlife and activity. Lagos is a very busy and crowded place and traffic is one of the worst in the country. One must have patience to live in Lagos.

Esther, says: 2020

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