Badagry is a coastal town located in Lagos State, Nigeria. Popularly known as the land of merchants, it has been used by traders for centuries as a transit point for goods from inland Nigeria to Europe via the Atlantic Ocean. Badagry also serves as an important outlet for fish from the Niger Delta region and imports from Europe. Here are 5 reasons you should own property in Badagry before it gets scarce and expensive like Victoria Island, Lekki, and Ikoyi:
With the continuous diversification of Lagos state’s economy, a seaport in Badagry has for a long time been pinpointed as the solution to reduce congestion at the Apapa Seaport. According to the vanguard news paper (https://www.vanguardngr.com/2022/05/apapa-conggestion-lagos-to-begin-badary-seaport-construction/), Governor Sanwoolu announced that plans have reached an advanced stage to begin the construction of the Badagry Seaport. This was at the All Markets Conference 2022 (AMC’22).
2. Border Town
Badagry is also a border town, which means it’s very easy for you to travel out of Nigeria and into other countries such as Ghana, Benin Republic, Togo, etc. It takes less than an hour for someone leaving Badagry to cross into Benin Republic and further into Ghana. It’s been reported that the African Development Bank (AfDB) has secured $15.6 billion for the construction of the Lagos-Abidjan highway corridor to ease transportation across West Africa(https://www.thecable.ng/afdb-secures-15-6bn-for-lagos-abidjan-road-project). This road is expected to link cities across five West African countries, namely Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, Togo, Benin, and Nigeria.
Badagry is a beach town with beautiful beaches that stretch along the Atlantic Ocean coastline from Lagos State down to Ogun State. This makes it one of the best vacation destinations for families who want to spend their holidays in Nigeria with their loved ones without having to travel abroad all the time. The beaches are littered with resorts and hotels providing accommodation services for tourists all year round so that they can have fun while they’re on vacation. Badagry has a tropical climate with hot humid summers and warm winters. The rainy season is usually between April and October with an average annual rainfall of about 1,500 mm (60 in). It’s the perfect weather for people who love the outdoors. Badagry has good weather all year round, which makes it one of the most convenient places to live in Nigeria.
4. A Tourist Destination
Badagry has a long history dating back to the 16th century when it was an important trading center for gold and ivory in West Africa. It’s been around for hundreds of years and has a lot of historical landmarks that are worth visiting. Badagry was a major slave port during the trans-Atlantic slave trade era and exported hundreds of thousands of slaves to South America, especially Brazil. Among these tourist attractions and historical landmarks are the first multi-story building in Nigeria, the Badagry Heritage Museum, The Agia Tree Monument, and The Vlekete Slave Market to name but a few.
5. Affordable Real Estate
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