Neighbourhoods In Suleja Town

Suleja is a town that is located closed to the boundary of the FCT, officially in Niger state. I will be discussing the neighbourhoods of Suleja town in this article. It take a 5-minutes drive from Zuba and about less than 45 minutes from the Abuja metro (depending on traffic). Suleja is a town that shelters successful people working in Abuja and other neighbouring towns of the metro area. Its neighbourhoods continue to grow in number because, more workers tend to settle in this town preferably than other towns surrounding the Abuja Metro. Its population is expanding by the day. A very high percentage of them are very successful business men and women operating in different towns like Zuba(Auto parts dealers), Dei-Dei(building material dealers), transport workers and within town, they dominate the famous IBB MARKET, where they sweep millions of naira as profits annually. Different personalities characterizes different neighbourhoods in Suleja town. The purpose of this article is to give you a tour guide of Suleja neighbourhoods. I will be sharing the real estate related information as we proceed. There are different neighbourhoods in this town. I’ll discuss in comparison of the schools, shopping and restaurant, entertainment, hospital, transportation and the government related agencies you can find in the neighbourhoods. neighbourhoods in suleja town Suleja club Suleja club This part of Suleja shelters the working men and women of the FCT; and a higher percentage of small business owners, doing business in the IBB market. This is one of the neighbourhoods that inhabits most of the early immigrants to settle, work and do business. This is very close to the IBB market. The schools in Suleja club neighbourhood are Our Lady’s Group of Schools, Fransh-bomac Nur/ Pri. & Sec school just to name a few. This neighbourhood in Suleja town is a serious residential area, apart from schools, church and mosque no other social amenities are found at the time of my writing. Church-road/ Hassan-dalatu The church road is another area that is inhabited by civil servants. The neighbourhood is a kind that is congested like the morocco-road neighbourhood. As the name goes, it has the highest amount of church, with unmaintained drainage system. Despite its bad road it also hold heavy traffic especially on weekend days and sometimes during the week. It has a government(public school) and churches.   Suleiman-Barawo (GRA: Government Reserved Area) This neighbourhood is one of the most quiet neighbourhood. Although, the road is currently under construction at the time of writing this article. Popularly known as Oyus area, Some part of the interior roads are very good and while some so no sign of construction. Even with this, is has the highest quality school in the town, like Rhama secondary school, White Dove Academy, just to name a few. NEIGHBORHOOD in suleja townThis is the only neighbourhood that has a gym center. It has newly constructed shopping plazas in addition to the existing ones. I personally see much potentials in this neighbourhood. It has a good restaurant like the Fine Day Restaurant. It also has banks in it. Banks now don’t operate any ATM far away from their premises. It also has a hospital- the General hospital which is actually on the Minna road neighbourhood. The majority residence in this neighbourhood are well planned and also some of these buildings are been upgraded. It may interest you to know that this is the only neighbourhood that has car dealers; Law Offices; Business Center, Gaming (betting) etc . The rent-rate in this neighbourhood is quiet above some rent in some other neighbourhood. The residential property there are worth millions of (NGN) Yaro-College road – Agwangwari This is the newest and fastest growing neighbourhood in Suleja. This neighbourhood is not more 10 years old. Like 7 years back this place is like forest where only few people lived, but now there are so much opportunities in the area. The prices of this residence in this area is hyper climbing. The rent-rate in this neighbourhood is higher than most of all other neighbourhoods in Suleja. neighbouhoods in suleja town-yaro-college roadThere are quality schools in this neighbourhood. It is also one of the few neighbourhoods that has a high number of shopping plazas but unfortunately has a no standard restaurant. Recreational centers or entertainment. It has a hospital which is the Teekay Hospital. The road has been recently recognized and has been contracted but it was put on hold this wet season and hopefully, I think they will return to work as soon as the wet season is over. This neighbourhood is in-between Suleiman-Barawo Rd(GRA) neighbourhood and Chanchania neighbourhood. Morocco Road This I think is one of the oldest neighbourhood in Suleja town. It has a straight linked road to the IBB market. This neighbourhood is characterized by improper housing plan, not all part of this neighbourhood are like that. The roads are nowhere to be found expect a straight clean tarred road that cut straight into the IBB market. The drainage systems of this neighbourhood are busted everywhere. The whole neighbourhood are congested with building. There’s no convenient space for car owners to park their car; more so, the rent is affordable   Town hall (also Dawaki): This neighbourhood is also known as Dawaki. It is a neighbourhood close to the IBB market and all the way down to the kantoma neighbourhood. Kwamba This to me is one of the largest neighbourhood that is attached to Suleja. Suleiman barawo neighbourhood is foreclosing to this neighbourhood. Although, it is larger than how I describe it: it has exceeded the size of a neighbourhood.     Bakin-iku this neighbourhood is on its own because of the Yaro-college neighbourhood that bridged the gap between them and the   Minna-road This shares a strong connection with the morocco road neighbourhood and also the IBB market neighbourhood. This is a long road neighbourhood that shares a connection with the Kantoma, the IBB market, the morocco road, the church road, the Suleiman Barawo road down into the kwamba and straight out of Suleja. This neighbourhood accommodates banks more than any other neighbourhood in the town. It has standard restaurants, highest number shopping plazas and centre. It has a recreational centre and public schools. it also holds the highest gravity of traffic both to and fro.      Do you want to live in any of the neighbourhoods in Suleja Town? 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