“Kedu” and welcome to all expats living in Ibadan, on the edge of the Savannah in Nigeria. This is the InterNations network and it's a place where our international members can find new expat friends, who are also living and working abroad. Our online community consists of global minds from over 190 nations who get in touch with one another through our discussion groups and forums. Many of our expatriate members are looking for friendship, but the platform is also used to discuss various business opportunities around the world. If you fancy trying a Nigerian Chapman cocktail, why not find a friend to share it with? Meet-ups can easily be organized via various communication channels on the platform, for example the private messaging system. And while you're meeting with fellow expats living in Ibadan, you could debate the articles published in our online Expat Magazine, which supplies useful information on all manner of topics related to expatriation.
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Ibadan is known as “Lle Oluyole” and it boasts a rich variety of sights and attractions, including the Bower Memorial Tower, which can be seen from practically any point in the city. There is also a museum and an amusement park, but the city's most well-known landmark is probably its university, the University of Ibadan. This is known as Nigeria's oldest university. Perhaps you are moving to Ibadan in order to study, or perhaps you're here to work. Whatever the reason, it's always good to get to know a few other expats in Ibadan and surrounding area. Our expat community includes numerous African-based expatriates, who may well wish to explore what the city has to offer with you. Make the most of your time as an expat moving to Ibadan, by seeking out somebody nearby, with whom you can make your relocation more fun and memorable.
Expats working in Ibadan might be using their expertise in the extensive agricultural opportunities that are to be had in the city, either in the research or processing departments. The huge agricultural employers in Ibadan, along with the city's universities, are well known in Nigeria. Whatever job you're undertaking as an expatriate in Ibadan, the benefits of keeping yourself updated with local industry information are always worth pursuing. Who knows what opportunity might be around the corner! Find out the news first on the InterNations platform. You never know when that dream vacancy might suddenly come up. If it's investment you're after, not much information escapes our members. For expats living in Ibadan, finding out what you need to know for your life abroad has never been so easy.