The banana island is the most expensive place in Nigeria and one of the most expensive in Africa to own a house. Property on Banana Island is very expensive. The average cost of buying a three bedroom apartment is $2 million.
The banana island is own by Remi Adeleke, a US Navy SEAL, now 36 years old, He is one of the two sons of Adebayo Adeleke, the architect and engineer who was the original owner of Banana Island, Nigeria's most expensive real estate.
Banana Island is a man-made island in Lagos State, Nigeria that is slightly curved in shape – like a banana. It is located in the Lagos Lagoon and is connected to Ikoyi Island by a dedicated road which is linked to the existing road network near Parkview Estate.
Celebrities, business moguls, politicians are known to live in Banana Island.
Check out Celebrities that owns houses in Banana Island;
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