Top 5 Best Cities In Nigeria

Dreaming of living elsewhere in Nigeria, here are some cities and towns you could try.

Ibadan is one of the best cities to live in [Worldbank]

If you live in Lagos or Abuja, I don’t need a soothsayer to tell me that you are stressed, the high cost of living and transportation, hours in traffic and expensive food can cut deeply into your pocket and mental health.

Ibadan is an ancient place with some new spots [Worldbank]

The ancient city of Ibadan is one of the best places to live in Nigeria. According to Property Pro, it is one of the cheapest places too.

A plot of land can be gotten for N100,000 and rent is as cheap as N200,000 for a two-bedroom flat. Even hotel accommodations are as cheap as N3,000. But even besides that, food and transportation are very cheap in Ibadan. Plus, it is a fun and commercial city, so you won’t be bored.

Ikot is one of the cleanest and most beautiful places in Nigeria [Nairaland]

Onitsha is also a port city [Nairaland forum]

Most of the things we use and consume are made in Onitsha, which means most of what you buy would be gotten at the cost price. Onitsha boasts of commercialisation which means if you are a business owner, you have a large market for your goods and services. Transport and accommodation are also quite cheap in Onitsha.

Jos has a beautiful scenery and weather [Wejosrock]

If you want a quiet, serene and beautiful city to live in and have a family, I suggest Jos. The scenery is immensely beautiful, with plateaus surrounding everywhere and chilly rainy weather.

Clothes are cheap in Jos, and transportation is equally cheap, not to mention how their kekes have doors and windows but even besides that interesting anecdote food is notoriously cheap, you’d be shocked. ,Not to mention how you can rent a good flat for as low as N70,000.

Ile-Ife is a cultural hub [Ileifeblog]