Who remembers Maroko slums of the 1990s?
Are you aware that the Maroko slums of the 1990s is now #Lekki
What used to be slums in the 1990s is now Lekki Phase 1, a foremost part of #Lagos
State. A plot of #land
at Maroko was far less than N500k then but today (2018), it is N100m and above.
What really changed, isn't it is same (sand filled) land then and now?
Time changed and #time
has a mysterious way of skyrocketing the #value
of land especially if the land is close to development #projects
, employment opportunities, highbrow areas or water bodies.
repeats itself. Today a much skyrocketing land value area is Ibeju-Lekki and Epe. Just as a lot of people saw the opportunity then but preferred to buy a 504 Peugeot car or daily enjoying themselves at "tombo joints" , hopefully you, taking time to read this opportunity won't make the same mistake.
For this reason, I specially invite you to a tour of Ibeju-Lekki with me on Mondays to Saturdays. We will view some land properties for sale at Ibeju-Lekki.
Contact me now for your convenient appointment: 234-8030529372, firstname.lastname@example.org
or via WhatsApp chat link https://clip.ng/8wMJ
For Maroko, it was land value appreciation factors like the employment opportunity and waterfront bodies of Victoria Island, Ikoyi, CMS. _
For Ibeju-Lekki, they are ... Lekki Free Trade Zone ... Lekki Deep Sea Port
... New Lagos International Airport ... Dangote industries
... Lagos Smart City project etc
My name is Ikenna Nwosu. I support individuals and organizations into peaceful land and home ownership in Nigeria