Ijesha Surulere Lagos is on Oshodi-Apapa Expressway. It’s is a town in Surulere, Lagos State. Which is in the Southwest of Nigeria. It’s shares boundaries with Aguda, Airways, and Sanya. It’s also stretch to Lawanson. The town can also link you to Odo eran. Note that Ijeshatedo starts from Agulejika. However, it’s end at Ilamoye bus stop. Ilamoye is near Ijesha when coming from Mile 2. While Cele bus stop is also close to it. Ijesha is a popular town in Surulere. Just like Aguda and Kilo. Ijesha also passes through Itire.
Popular places in Surulere
- Adeniran Ogunsanyae
- Ogunlana Drive
- Bode Thomas
Also, Ijesha Surulere Lagos is close to Ago Palace Way. When you cross the Cele pedestrian bridge. You can take a tricycle to Ago. Ijeshatedo as it is sometimes called is a busy place. The occupant of this town are mix. There are Yoruba, Igbo, Hausa, Ibibio, Edo, Efik and other Nigerian tribes here. Ijesha and Ago Okota have similarities. Such as market, industries, and social life. Although, Ago is almost occupied by the rich guns. Note that, Ijesha and Ago Palace Way are not in the same LGA.
Population of Ijesha Surulere Lagos
Ijesha has a great population. The occupant here is more than 4,000. There’s usually a serious traffic in this quarter especially at twilight. When people are returning from work. This is because there is a bridge linking Ijesha to Cele bus stop; of Oshodi-Apapa Expressway. Ijesha is more crowded than Ago Palace.
The people who live here are mostly non Yoruba. Also, in Ijesha market there is a road that links to Aguda, Airways, Cele, and Itire.
However, there are factories in Ijesha where youth can work. There is also a transportation company in Ijesha. This town is a very lively place to live. There are lots of hotel in this place. Most of the streets are pave.
Food in Ijesha Surulere Lagos
The delicious meal eaten here are numerous. This is because people from different; part of Nigeria and accross lives here. There are foods like Donkunu, Wanke, Amala, Ekpankuwo, Tuwo Shinkafa, Pizza, Burger, etc. There are many restaurants to meet your needs.
Language in Ijesha Surulere Lagos
The major languages in Ijesha Surulere Lagos; are the Nigerian languages. Others are foreign languages from migrants. However, English is the official language in this town. While Igbo, Hausa, Ibibio, Edo, Yoruba, and others are spoken by Occupant
Religion in Ijesha
The people of this community are mostly Christians and Muslim. There are mosques and churches in almost all the street. However, there are traditionalist living here too. There is usually masquerade display and other festival activities in Ijesha.
Social Amenities and Infrastructures in Ijeshatedo
While entering Ijesha from Lawanson, you will find hotels to rest. At any time you come back. Within the town there are luxurious hotels, resort and restaurant. You can pass Ijesha and link to Itire when going to the airport. The power supply here is stable to about 70 percent. Furthermore, most of the street are been reconstructed.