What Are The Areas in Kuje Area Council?
In this article, you will find out about the towns and villages in Kuje Area Council. So if that’s what you are here for, be sure to read this article till the end.
About the Kuje Area Council
Kuje is one of the six local government areas, also called Area Councils, in the Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria. Because of how close it is to Abuja, Kuje has seen rapid growth in residential buildings.
It is a very affordable neighborhood in the Federal Capital Territory and it is also a good spot for investments, if it’s something you are thinking about. Kuje has a busy market that holds every 4 days and the market sells a variety of goods.
Getting Around in Kuje Area Council
Kuje is located towards the south of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, along the airport road to the east is the Centenary City which leads to Lugbe, Kubwa, and the Abuja Central Business District. Kuje to the International airport takes about 15 minutes and going to the center of Abuja takes about 30 minutes.
Land and Houses In Kuje Area Council
Properties in Kuje Local Government Area are quite cheap. So getting a home or land wouldn’t cost an arm. As I mentioned earlier, it is a great place to invest in the real estate business if you are considering it. Kuje is undergoing fast development with some areas earmarked for that purpose. So somewhere in the near future, property prices would rise incredibly higher.
The Areas in Kuje Area Council
Let’s get to the main part of the article, the areas in the Kuje area council. This list comprises all the towns and villages in Kuje.
In Kuje, there are:
Pima, Rubokya, S/Gwari Genge, Sabon Gwaria, Sauka, Shaji, Sketuko, Takwa Gwari, Takwa Hausawa, Tuage, Tude, Tukpeki, Tukuba |, Tukuba Il, Tunbwa, Uge, Ungwar Galadime, Wumi, Yalwa, Yamma, Yanga, Zangon Kara, Zilu
Kanzo, Kapa, Kasada, Kashemolo, Kiyi, Kiyi Basa, Kiyi Ganara, Kiyizhi, Ksayarda Hausa, Ksayarda Sabo, Kuja Pada, Kusaki, Kutada, Kutunibo, Kutuop, Kwaku, Lafiya, Lafiya Gwari, Lamiga, Lanto, Madatta, Maugi, Mogada, Nufawa, Padahi, Paggi, Pami, Pasali, Peki, Gando, Gashe, Gaube, Gawu, Gbebasa, Genge-Pada, Gidan Jatau, Gidan-Bawa, Gidid Gwari, Gidigwai Il, Ginagu Gwari, Gonge, Gumayi, Gunagu Gwari, Gunfufu, Gwadaji, Gwape Il, Gwari, Gwau-Kurmi, Gyawu, lye, Jaida Il, Jeli, Jigwa Isoho, Jigwa Sabo, Kabi, Kabikasa, Kahodahanmu, Kamo G., Damwa, Achmbi, Aduga, Agwai, Atsauna, Baban Kurmi, Bamishi, Banayi Il, Barayi Pada, Bugako, Buzunkure, Chegasu, Chibiri, Chida, Chukuku, Dafara, Damakusa, Damangata, Dibe Pada, Dibepe, Dubia, Dudagwari Yamma, Dude, Duma, Duriya, Fafere Tsolo, Gadoro Pada, Gafere Sabo, Ganagu Sabo.
In Rubbochi, there are:
Sungba, Tika, Tuturutu, Ukya, Ungwar-Madaki, Ure, Yaba, Yewusa, Zagabutu, Zoge, Zokutu, Adepegbe, Affa, Ahinza, Attako, Bida, Buga, Darika, Dnago, Gabiya, Gidan Bawa, Gombe, Gova, Gudun Karya, Gwagwada, Gyana, Huni-Gade, Huni-Gwari, Kujekwa, Kule, Kutunbwa, Mabamade, Munu, Odun Bisa, Odun Kasa, Perri, Rubatu, Rubbochi, Sabe
Kuje Area Council has a lot of towns and villages all of which I have mentioned above. If you are wondering if it is a good place to live in, yes it is, because it is a very affordable area.
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