Living in Akure, Nigeria:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Akure, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked eight people living in Akure 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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Know how to swim very well because we have big rivers around us. He/she must be able to adapt with the environment of local language. He/she must having idea how to cook local food. He/she must be friendly with weather because we have hot weather. Must be a good listener.

Akure is the state capital of Ondo State. It’s in the west of Nigeria and one of the 36 states. It’s also called the Sunshine state. Like most other states in Nigeria, it’s a civil servant state. Cocoa farming is the major occupation of the city. Akure is one of the cleanest cities in Nigeria.

Valentina, says: 2020

Akure is a good place. The people are quite friendly and accommodating. Food is relatively expensive. It has good and well stocked shopping malls. Power supply is epileptic. you have to have a backup electricity generator. Akure has a University of Technology and a college of Agriculture.

Olumide, says: 2020

The weather here is unpredictable and unbearable sometimes. The people here are nice and love telling tales about the land. The transport fare is quite cheaper than other cities. The roads are in good conditions also. Business here is good due to that student are most of the resident. It’s a nice place if the weather are out of it.

Fakorede, says: 2020

Akure is in the south west of Nigeria. It is the capital of Ondo state and one of the peace environ in Nigeria. It is houses one of the best university in the country; Federal University of Science and Technology (Akure). There is also a cargo airport here.

Deborah, says: 2020

Akure is a good city for old and retired people because it’s a cool city. The atmosphere is conducive and relaxing. It’s actually less expensive. There are a lot of business there and also, you can create a new business too there, it’s a lucrative place and it is not too crowded.

Claret, says: 2020

Akure, a city in Ondo State, Nigeria, is often called “the City for the Retired” because of its serenity. Unlike other cities in Nigeria, it has a calm atmosphere. Contrary to the popular opinion, Akure is not a “village” but a well-developed city. Funny enough, the popular shopping mall called “Shoprite” is in my city.

Anisah, says: 2020

Akure is city mostly populated by civil and public servants. It has been in existence as far as the 70s. The city is known for peace and tranquility but needs technological interventions. It shares boundaries with Owo on the north and Ilesha on the south. Finally, it is the capital of Ondo state.

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