Lagos state has been regarded as the commercial capital of this nation, and there are some things that have contributed to this huge reputation accord to the state. One of those things that has given Lagos the edge when it comes to commerce is the presence of very big markets spread across its towns and environments.
In this article I would be showing you the 10 biggest markets in all of Lagos state, maybe you can check in at one of the markets the next time you intend to get something. And for those living outside Lagos, you can visit the markets the next time you come visiting.
Here is the list of the 10 biggest markets in Lagos state.
1. Idumota Market
2. Oyingbo Market
3. Iponrin Market
4. Jankara Market
5. Oshodi Market
6. Iddo Market
7. Mushin Market
8. Bariga Market
9. Ketu Market
10. Aguda Market
These ten markets are the biggest you will find in Lagos, and inside these markets, you can get whatever it is you want to buy, you don’t need to keep wandering about, just get inside one of them, and that’s it.
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