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Abeokuta Adire and Batik Market

Abeokuta Adire and Batik market is probably the largest tie and dye market in the all of the west coast of Africa. Here, they focus mainly on the sale of adire and Kampala materials. The market attracts tens of thousands of traders and tourists alike on a daily basis.

Agbado Market Benin City

Agbado market is located along the Akpakpava and mission road axis of the city. Agbado market which was created by Ogiso Ere and was named Ogiso market (16 and 66 AD) is the first market in Benin kingdom but was later renamed Agbado market. Although food items, clothes and other items can be

Agbeni Market

Agbeni is a large wholesale market in Ibadan along the Ologede Street. Notable building found around Agbeni is the Methodist Cathedral, founded in 1905. It made up of hundreds of small shops/stalls arranged in a single stretch.Prices of goods in Agbeni markets are very cheap and you can get any form

Ago-Iwoye Central market

Ago-Iwoye remains, largely, an agrarian community and the most important crops are cocoa and kolanut

Alaba International Market

Alaba international market is an electronics market located in Ojo, Lagos State, Nigeria. It is the largest electronics market in Nigeria. Apart from the sales of electronic products, the markets also deals in the repair of home appliances. The market and its wide range of business activities

Ariaria Intenational Market

The Ariaria International Market is an open-air market located in Aba, a city in Abia State Southeast Nigeria. The market is one of the largest markets in West Africa and nicknamed "China of Africa" because of its versatility in the making of wears and leather works.The market is known for its shoe

Balogun Market

Balogun market is arguably the largest market in Nigeria and indeed West Africa. It’s a sprawling market spread across so many streets on Lagos Island. Balogun market is the best place to get great bargains on different fabrics: laces, ankara and office wears and shoes

Bodija Market

Bodija Market is a popular open-air market located in Bodija, a district in Ibadan North local government of Oyo State, South Western Nigeria Reputable to be the hub for the sales and distribution of cattle and livestock in Oyo State.The location of the market is close to the Oyo-Ogbomoso-Ilorin int

Computer Village

The Computer Village is an Information and Communications Technology (ICT) accessories market located in a community called Otigba at Ikeja, the capital of Lagos State, southwestern Nigeria. The market is the largest ICT accessory market in Africa.Apart from the sales of information and technology

Dawanau Market

Is the largest foodstuff market in Africa.At Dawanau, goods are on daily basis transported to Togo, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Niger, Ghana Central African Republic, South Africa, Libya and other African countries.Outside Africa, traders from Burma, Dubai, India, China, Britain, America, Saudi

Galadima Market

Galadima market is a general market and enterprise, it consists of traders from different ethnic groups in Nigeria. These include: Yoruba, Hausa, Igbo, Kanuri, Ibibio, Fulani, Efik, Edo, Igala, Idoma, and Ebira just to mention a few. It is most populated with Hausa's

Garki International Market

The Garki International market is another popular market that is situated in Garki 2. It is a little bigger than Wuse market in land area and prices of commodities are relatively cheaper here. This is where you can buy confectioneries and clothing items at a very affordable rate for your Xmas outing

Idumota Market

It is located in the heart of Lagos island popularly known as Eko. It’s one of the biggest markets in Nigeria and holds the biggest collection of varieties in terms of textile, interior decor, jeweleries, shoes, bags, etc.

Imakun Omi Market

This market is at Ogun waterside in Ogun State. It is a market where cheap commodities are sold, the most amazing part is that trade by barter still exist.

Itam Market

Itam market popularly called ‘Udua Itam’ is mother of all markets in the state.The market plays host to traders beyond Akwa Ibom State as buyers and sellers within the South-South region also patronize it. The market sells everyday but also has a special day for it where people from different states

Jos Terminus Market

Jos Terminus Market is the largest Market in Plateau. It was known to be the largest indoor market in West Africa. It is also known as Jos Main Market

Kado Fish Market

The most thriving fish markets in Abuja is the Kado Fish Market, located along Gwagwa-Karmo road, Life Camp. It is popular for all kinds of fish products.You cannot get fish anywhere cheaper because Kado Market is the first choice for many fish farmers to market their products

Kaduna Central Market

The market which stretches from Ahmadu Bello Way to Gombe Road is usually filled with sellers and buyers of varieties of goods including foodstuffs like spices, dry/stock fish, crayfish, meat, pumpkin, water/bitter leaf, palm/groundnut oil, pepper, tomato, onion and melon among others.

Kurmi Market

This market is located in Kano.Kurmi is one of Nigeria’s oldest markets, dating back over 500 years ago to the reign of Mohammed Rumfa in 1463. It was once a trade centre for the North West Africa region. At Kurmi, you can find virtually anything from groceries, to food items, fabrics, etc

Kuto Market

The market is known as where large quantity of goods which include plastics, household items, food stuffs, clothing etc are sold

Lafenwa Market

Sale of Ofada rice

Lusada Market

The real name of the market is Oba Adesola but Lusada is the name commonly used for the market. This is the biggest market in the Ado Odo/Ota local government and it is over 40 years old. It is located within the state’s big industrrial region – Agbara/Igbesa

Mile 12 Market

Mile 12 Market, one of the busiest markets in South West Nigeria, is situated in Ketu Area of Lagos State. Here, various food items ranging from fruits to tomatoes, onions, pepper, yam flour, yam, palm oil and vegetables are sold. Non-idle items are also sold. History has it that the market is about

New Benin market

The New Benin market is located in the New Benin, Mission road and New Lagos road area. It is probably the busiest market in Benin City. A wide range of commodities are sold there at really good prices such as food items, electronics and electricals, clothes and fabrics, traditional beads as well as

New Gbagi Market

New Gbagi market is situated on a very large portion of land along Ife/Alakia Airport Road, Ibadan. It was built by the former Governor of old Oyo State, Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Late Ajibola Ige (SAN) in 1982.This is where all kinds of textile, from the lowest to

Nkwo Nnewi Market

This is one of the most popular markets in Anambra.In this market, various forms of spare parts can be found here. The market has since 1970 controlled the automotive spare parts market in Nigeria accounting for as large as 80% of the auto parts markets.

Oba Market (Ekioba)

The Oba market is located at ring road Benin City, right in the city centre. This market is probable the oldest of the large markets in Benin as it is recorded that business activities were taking place at the same location as far back as the 15th century as they are today.Oba market is known for

Ogbete or Main Market Enugu

Ogbete or Main market is the largest and cheapest selling place where you can buy almost anything imaginable. It is situated in Enugu which is known as Coal City

Ogunpa Market

It is located around Dugbe Alawo axis of Ibadan-North Local Government, which is the most commercial area in Ibadan.It is popular for selling made in China goods and locally manufactured ones in the form of fashion ware, household items and machinery etc.

Ogunpa Market

It is located around Dugbe Alawo axis of Ibadan-North Local Government, which is the most commercial area in Ibadan.It is popular for selling made in China goods and locally manufactured ones in the form of fashion ware, household items and machinery etc.

Oil Mill Market

Oil mill market otherwise known as Mid-Week or Wednesday Market is one exceptional market in Port Harcourt. The market which is situated along Port Harcourt–Aba road, has over the years, become famous for having the cheapest goods and where there are almost always sales for every goods

Oja Oba Market

Oja Oba means the king's market. This is a daily market and it's situated directly in front of Oba's palace. This market is the only daily market in the town where you can easily rush down to in case you missed any of the weekly market. Those it could just be categorised to mean a market where petty

Oje Market

Oje Market is an ancient market reputed to be over 100 years in existence. It is located centrally in Ibadan and situated about 1km from the palace of Olubadan of Ibadan, paramount leader of Ibadan, palace.t sells mostly international fabric and local fabrics, such as Aso Oke, Sanyan , Alaari etc

Onitsha Main Market

Onitsha Main Market is the largest market in Africa based on geographical size and volume of goods. It is based in the city of Onitsha, the commercial capital of Anambra State in southeastern Nigeria. Most of the major import merchants from Eastern Nigeria have their head offices within the market.

Oregbeni market

Oregbeni market also known as Ikpoba Hill market is located in Ikpoba Hill in Ikpoba – Okha local government area of Edo state. Oregbeni market is not a daily market, it holds traditionally every four days. The market days usually draws customers from far and wide because of its huge.

Oshodi Market

Oshodi Market is a market located in Oshodi, a suburb of Lagos state, Southwestern Nigeria. It is one of the largest markets in the Lagos metropolis

Rumuokoro Market

Located at the Rumukoro junction, this market is one very exciting market for one major reason: early in the morning, before 8:00 am, prices at the market are at an all-time low. As the sun climbs up in the day, the prices however begin to rise. This is because villagers from the communities in Etch

The Oliha Market

The Oliha market is located in the Siluko road area of Benin City. It serves as a major trade outlet for the farm produce cultivated in the interior villages. Apart from the farm produce, Oliha market also has sections for clothes, food items, drinks, locally made beads and fabrics.

Ugbogiobo market

Ugbogiobo market is located in Ovia North East local government area of Edo State. The market opens traditionally every four days. It is well known for the sale of fresh food crops and fruits brought in from the hinterland. It is also a major palm oil and cassava flakes (garri) hub in Benin City.

Uselu Market

Uselu market is one of the most prominent markets in Benin City, located on the Ugbowo Lagos road in Egor Local Government Area. Uselu market stocks practically anything from food items, clothes, fabrics, vegetables, meat, plastics, cooking utensils, cosmetics, drinks and beverages.

Utako Ultra Modern Market

The Utako Market is where you could get things cheaper than most markets in Abuja. The reason is because of the affordable cost of rent in the market and, also, it is closer to where these farm products come from.The Utako Market is where you can get items very cheap. Utako market is the hub of yam,

Wednesday Market Osun state

Wednesday Market, is the latest fast growing market in the town. The market is situated along bank road. This market is unique because it is the only market with only one single product on sale. The only item of trade is the fairly used clothes known as Okirika or bend and select. This market get

Wuse modern market

This is the biggest open market in Abuja. It offers a glimpse of the local life, with numerous stores and outlets selling everything from crafts, to textiles, jewelleries, housewares, electronics, domestic appliances, and fresh food items from all over the country.

Zaki Biam Yam Market

Zaki biam yam Market, located in Ukum Local Government area of Benue state. It is a mono product market where only Yams are sold. People come all over the nation to purchase yams here.This is the best place to buy at very low cost as a higher percentage of sellers are local yam cultivators.Benue is

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