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Living in Owo, Nigeria:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Owo, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked three people living in Owo 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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If you are moving or visiting Owo in Ondo State, there is important information that will help you settle down well. There is relative peace and serenity in the town coupled with the fact that it is an ancient city with good places to visit for tourists. The cost of living is moderate depending on the location. There are good schools for your children and ward. The current Executive Governor of Ondo state is hailed from Owo; definitely he has added a lot of progress and accomplished infrastructural projects in the town.

Stevens, says: 2023

Owo is an ancient town in the south western region of the country. It is home to many great individuals in Nigeria. One of the sons of the soil was Pa Ajasin, a former Governor of the state. The city is a peaceful place and it is full of delicious meals and a rich cultural heritage. The town has the biggest palace in Africa and one of the oldest museums in the world. Due to it’s vantage position, the city enjoys adequate security from several military institutions around it.

Uchenna, says: 2020

Owo is an ancient kingdom in the centre of Ondo state in my country. It has a rich cultural heritage and shares lots of similarities with the more renowned Benin empire. The weather is as beautiful as it gets and our food is quite delicious. Compared to other neighbouring cities, there is a reasonable level of security which is occasioned by various military institutions.

Moolaade, says: 2020

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