Ikeja Postal Code / Zip Code / PostCode

Ikeja Postal Code

One major way of communicating with our loved ones living in a faraway land is to send them messages or through phone calls. Communication through the phone calls seems to be much more expensive, therefore people usually resolve to send the message through postal means. So, For those asking –

What Is Ikeja Postal Code – 100271

Postal Code for Streets in Ikeja

Streets Postal Codes

  • Abimbola Okunuga St. – 100271
  • Adebisi Close St. – 100271
  • Adekunbi Cr. St. – 100271
  • Adelabu Close St. – 100271
  • Adeleke St. – 100271 
  • Ademola Close St. – 100271
  • Adeola Adeoye St. – 100271
  • Adeshina St. – 100271
  • Adetuji Adeoba St. – 100271
  • Adewunmi Sanyaolu St. – 100271
  • Agege Motor Rd. St. – 100271
  • Aina Eleko Lane St. 100271
  • Aina Eleko St. – 100271
  • Airport Rd. St. – 100271
  • Ajasa St. – 100271
  • Ajegunle St. – 100271
  • Ajisafe St. – 100271
  • Ajoke Akinbami Close St. – 100271
  • Akerele Lane St. – 100271
  • Akerele St. – 100271
  • Akinlabi Lane St. – 100271
  • Akintoye Shogunle St. – 100271
  • Alade Ave St. – 100271
  • Alade Close St. – 100271
  • Alhaji Ayinde Adeleye St. – 100271
  • Alhaji Irawo Street St. – 100271
  • Alhaji Tokunbo Alli St. – 100271
  • Amusa Oloyede St. – 100271
  • Anike Apena St. – 100271
  • Anthony Way St. – 100271
  • Apapa Sonwo Street St. – 100271
  • Atinuke Olabanji St. – 100271
  • Atunwa St. – 100271
  • Ayo Rosiji St. – 100271
  • Babatope Drive St. – 100271
  • Balogun St. – 100271
  • Bello Dosunmu St. – 100271
  • Bisi Ogabi Street St. – 100271
  • Church Street St. – 100271
  • Custom Training Sch. St. – 100271
  • D. Alakua Rd. St. – 100271
  • Dipeolu Street St. – 100271
  • Dokun Ogundele St. – 100271
  • Eso Close St. – 100271
  • Esugbayi St. – 100271
  • Ezekiel Street St. – 100271
  • Fadeyi Aladura St. – 100271
  • Fadeyi St. 100271
  • Fashola St. 100271
  • Frances St. 100271
  • Gbajobi St. 100271
  • Gbemisola St. 100271
  • Idowu Lane St. 100271
  • Ijaode St. 100271
  • Ilori Moses St. 100271
  • Ipodo Rd. St. 100271
  • Isale Awori/Ilo St. 100271
  • Ismaila Estate Road St. 100271
  • Iya Oloye St. 100271
  • John Olugbo St. 100271
  • Johnson Street St. 100271
  • Kajola St. 100271
  • Kayode Oluwole St. 100271
  • kodesoh St. 100271
  • Kolawole Odunsi St. 100271
  • Micahel Otedola St. 100271
  • Mobolaji Bank   St. 100271
  • Mojidi St. 100271
  • Morenikeji Street St. 100271
  • Muslim Avenue St. 100271
  • Nofin Close St. 100271
  • Oba Adeniji Adele Close St. 100271
  • Obafemi Awolowo Way St. 100271
  • Obalemo St. 100271
  • Obase Close St. 100271
  • Oboku St. 100271
  • Ogun Street St. 100271
  • Okeita St. 100271
  • Ola Ayinde St. 100271
  • Ola Aniyi St. 100271
  • Oladipupo Kasumu St. 100271
  • Oladosu Street St. 100271
  • Olaide Benson St. 100271
  • Olajide Close St. 100271
  • Olayinka Bamigboshe St. 100271
  • Olowu St. 100271
  • Olufunlola Okikiolu St. 100271
  • Olutoye Close St. 100271
  • Oluwaleyimu St. 100271
  • Oluyinde Street St. 100271
  • Omoyemi Adeshoga St. 100271
  • Orija St. 100271
  • Orishe St. 100271
  • Oriyomi St. 100271
  • Oshitelu St. 100271
  • Otigba St. 100271
  • Pepple St. 100271
  • Phillips Oluwole St. 100271
  • Ramotu Alani St. 100271
  • Saidu Ajibowu St. 100271
  • Sasegbon St. 100271
  • Tiwalade St. 100271
  • Toyin St. 100271
  • Toyin Street St. 100271
  • Unity Road St. 100271
  • Work Road St. 100271
  • Works Rd. St. 100271
  • Yinusa Adeniji St. 100271
  • Yusuf Okunade St. 100271

Conclusion On Ikeja Postal Code / Zip Code / PostCode

Postal Code are developed by the United States Postal Services in order to enable people to send message efficiently. And with its invention, postal code has served as an enzyme in the way messages are been delivered. And looking at the way it is going, there is hope in its future efficacy.

Brief History of Ikeja

Hello Guys, let quickly run through the brief history of Ikeja.

Ikeja is the state capital and a local government of Lagos state. It houses many important places which include Muritala Muhammed Airport, Femi Kuti’s Africa Shrine, Lagbaja’s Motherland and many more.

On 2015, it was estimated that about 870,000 population living on a land of approximately 49.92 km square.

But have you ever think about the history of this area, most especially that it is the state capital of Lagos State? If you haven’t, don’t be disturbed as you will know it in few minutes time. You just sit back and read through our content.

Ikeja Postal Code Zip Code PostCode

Ikeja Postal Code Zip Code PostCode

And do you know that the region is not as clean as it was before the emergence of military rule in the early 1980s? Yes, it was. In fact, it was well planned and quiet during those time.

For those that do not know the history of Ikeja, let ride together to trace back the memory lane of this great area of Lagos State.

Initially, Ikeja was inhabited by the Yoruba People and was also among the regions raided for slaves until the mid-nineteen centuries. Later on, in the early twenty centuries, the area became an agricultural hinterland for Lagos State with the region receiving the glory of being the first to grow kola nuts in Nigeria.

But what transformed the area to the residential and industrial suburb that it is right now? Do you want to know? Here it is. It was actually due in part to the opening of the Lagos-Ibadan railway in 1901 and the other part came from the growth of Lagos as a port.

Then, in the mid-1960s, there was the built of an industrial estate in the area which makes Ikeja among the industrial area in Lagos State.

When did Ikeja become the capital of Lagos State? Yes, Ikeja became the capital of Lagos State in the year 1979, nineteen years after independence.

Currently, the communities under Ikeja Local Government of Lagos State are Ojodu, Oregun, Opebi, Akiode, Ogba, Maryland, Government Resident Area, Agidingbi, Alausa, and Magodo. Ikeja also serves as a home for a large computer market popularly known as Otigaba. The computer world in the area began in 1997 as a small market comprising of only 10 shops. Currently, the market has over 3000 shops. What a growth!

Unlike other local government in Lagos State that started from a poor background like Lekki, the case of Ikeja is quite different. It started well and in fact, the way it is now is less in standard than what it was then. Only God knows what cause such transformation.

Nevertheless, the region is still doing good looking at the many tourism centers that it abodes. Places like Femi Kuti’s Africa Shrine, Lagbaja’s Motherland etc. In fact, the country can boast of many shopping malls, pharmacies, and government reservation areas.

Yes, that is all on the brief history of Ikeja Local Government of Lagos State Nigeria. Now, you are no more ignorant of it, right?

Hope you find this article helpful – Cheers

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