Properties for Sale, Rent or Lease in Nasarawa Nigeria

There are 4 available properties for sale, rent or lease in Nasarawa, Nigeria. Find below a cost comparison of various houses, apartments and office spaces for sale, rent or lease in Nasarawa.

  • The average price of Houses or Duplexes for sale in Nasarawa is ₦29,875,000
  • The average price of Land for Sale in Nasarawa is ₦1,575,003
  • The most expensive Houses or Duplexes for Sale in Nasarawa is ₦35,000,000
  • The most expensive price of Land for Sale in Nasarawa is ₦3,500,000
  • The cheapest Houses or Duplexes for Sale in Nasarawa is ₦24,750,000
  • The cheapest price of Land for Sale in Nasarawa is ₦12

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6 Beds
7 Baths
450.00 m2
Uke, Nasarawa, Nigeria,
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Adudu, Nigeria,
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6 Beds
7 Baths
450.00 m2
Uke, Nigeria,
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6 Beds
7 Baths
450.00 m2
Keffi, Nigeria,

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A little bit about Nasarawa, Nigeria

Nasarawa State is a state in the North Central region of Nigeria, bordered to the east by the states of Taraba and Plateau, to the north by Kaduna State, to the south by the states of Kogi and Benue, and to the west by the Federal Capital Territory Named for the historic Nasarawa Emirate, the state was formed from the west of Plateau State on 1 October 1996 The state has thirteen local government areas and its capital is Lafia, located in the east of the state, while a key economic centre of the state is the Karu Urban Area—suburbs of Abuja—along the western border with the FCT. Of the 36 states of Nigeria, Nasarawa is the fifteenth largest in area and second least populous with an estimated population of about 2.5 million as of 2016 .

Geographically, the state is mostly within the tropical Guinean forest–savanna mosaic ecoregion Important geographic features include the River Benue forming much of Nasarawa State's southern borders and the state's far northeast containing a small part of the Jos Plateau. Nasarawa State is inhabited by various ethnic groups, including the Koro and Yeskwa in the far northwest; the Kofyar in the far northeast; the Eggon, Gwandara, Mada, Ninzo, and Nungu in the north; the Alago, Goemai, and Megili in the east; Eloyi Ajiri/Afo in the south; the Tiv in the southeast; the Idoma in southwest; and the Gade and Gbagyi in the west while the Hausa and Fulani live throughout the state Nasarawa is also religiously diverse as about 61% of the state's population are Muslims with the remaining 39% being Christian and followers of traditional ethnic religions.In the pre-colonial period, the area that is now Nasarawa State was split up between various states with some states being tiny and village-based as others were part of larger empires until the early 1800s when the Fulani jihad annexed the region and placed the area under the Sokoto Caliphate as the vassal states of Keffi, Lafia, and Nassarawa .

In the 1890s and 1900s, British expeditions occupied the area and incorporated it into the Northern Nigeria Protectorate The protectorate later merged into British Nigeria in 1914 before becoming independent as Nigeria in 1960 Originally, modern-day Nasarawa State was a part of the post-independence Northern Region until 1967 when the region was split and the area became part of the Benue-Plateau State .

After Benue-Plateau was split in 1976, what is now Nasarawa State became a part of the new Plateau State until 1996 when western Plateau was broken off to form the new Nasarawa State. Economically, Nasarawa State is largely based around agriculture, mainly of sesame, soybeans, groundnut, millet, maize, and yam crops Other key industries are services, especially in urban areas, and the livestock herding and ranching of cattle, goats, and sheep The state has been beset by violence at various points throughout its history, most notably the ongoing conflict between herders and farmers primarily over land rights .

Despite the conflict, Nasarawa has the nineteenth highest Human Development Index in the country and numerous institutions of tertiary education.

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