Ajah

Ajah is a town in Eti-Osa local government area in Lagos State in Nigeria. It encompasses Addo, Langbasa, Badore, Ajiwe, VGC, etc. Where Great real estate & Property in Lagos are situated.

Ajah was founded by the Odugbese Abereoje who accommodated Ogunsemo and Ojupon families in the 16th century. The Odugbese Abereoje were the first settler and which major occupation was fishing. They appointed the Baale (Someone that is always around), while they were away in the river fishing to see to the affairs of the community in absentia. The Baale was from Ogunsemo. Ajah land is divided to 42 Chiefs and 10 king makers. The 11th Baale, Chief Murisiku Alani Oseni Adedunloye Ojupon was installed on 1st October 2009.

Ajah is occupied by Ajah and Ilaje people who migrated after being displaced from Maroko and Moba. The Ajahs and Ilajes have long been embroiled in intercommunity wars. It is also surrounded by the border of water which links the Lagos lagoon to the Atlantic Ocean.

Ajah is one of the popular neighborhoods in Lagos State, Nigeria. It is one of the best areas in the half state of Lagos Island. Ajah is among the areas under the Eti-Osa Local Government Area of ​​Lagos State. It is located along the Lekki axis.

This part of Lagos is close to Lekki and about 30 to 40 minutes drive from Victoria Island. Like most places on the island, it is surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean. Unlike its neighboring areas, is relatively cheap and often considered one of the border towns of Lagos.

The town is considered one of the best places to start a family. Unlike other areas such as Lekki, Ikoyi and Victoria Island, Ajah is a mix of upper class and middle class citizens. One of the best things about living in Ajah is that there is a constant power supply and access to local markets.

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