10 popular Nigerian markets and what they are famous for Here are 10 popular Nigerian markets and what they are known for Bodija market (Ibadan, Oyo): At Bodija, you can purchase wholesale or retail foodstuffs of your choice. It has a wide variety of fresh and dried produce sold at cheap prices. People troop in to buy cattle and foodstuffs. Kasuwar kwari (Kano) Kasuwar Kwari market in Kano has everything clothing and fabric . Computer village (Ikeja, Lagos) : If you are looking for any type of phone, phone accessories, laptops, laptop accessories, then this is your go-to place. Ladipo Market (Mushin, Lagos): This market is known for spare parts. No matter what you are looking for in terms of car accessories, Ladipo has got you! Ariaria Market (Abia, Aba): This is where most of the "made in Aba" and "made in Nigeria" items are made. From shoes to bags, there is no product or brand replica that you want or are searching for that isn't in Ariaria Market. Zaki biam yam market (Benue) This is reportedly the biggest yam market in Nigeria. You can get yams of different sizes in this market. Alaba International Market (Lagos) If you are a Nigerian, you must have at some point in your life heard of Alaba International. This is one of the biggest markets for the distribution of media. Idumota Market (Lagos Island): Eko as it is popularly called is known for almost everything. Textiles, clothing, foodstuff, electronics, jewelry, cosmetics, you will find them all in Idumota market. Onitsha Market (Anambra): From imported second-hand clothing to jewelry to industrial equipment, Onitsha has it all. Amu Market (Mushin, Lagos) If you need anything from building planks to every other building material, Amu is the market for you. CTA: Which of these markets have you been to?
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