Living in Ojo, Nigeria:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Ojo, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Ojo 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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5 comments on “Ojo”

It is a good city beautiful beaches and sightseeing. Friendly people who love to meet new people and mingle in peace. We have different cultures with beautiful colourful clothes. We have different languages and tribes that exist together peacefully. And nice weather with three seasons. And we have good tasty foods and beverages.

Tinuke, says: 2020

Anyone moving here should know that: it’s a low level income community. It’s peaceful and quiet. It has places that can be visited nearby if interested in knowing about the slave trade that occurred in Nigeria.

Jelilat, says: 2020

Ojo is a very busy city, no matter what Time of the day it is there are always vehicles on the roads, stores are always open and people are always on the streets. One has to be very mindful in my city because of that it’s always busy or else your property could get snatched or you could get hit by a vehicle.

Princess, says: 2020

The place I stay in Lagos is a nice place with good roads and good transport system, Lagos as a place is always busy and lively. It’s also marketable and things here aren’t as expensive as it is in other part of Lagos. It is a place to catch fun too. You’ll love here.

Alexander, says: 2020

Ojo is a crowded place but has remote areas for people who are picky. You can literally get whatever you are looking for within the city as it has different varieties of markets. Ojo has one of the biggest electronic market in the country. The best state University in Nigeria (Lagos State University) is there.

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