Ibaji is in North Central Nigeria.
Ibaji is a Local Government Area in Kogi State, Nigeria in the south of the state separated from Edo State to the west by the Niger River, and bordering Delta State in the south. Its headquarters are in the town of Onyedega on the Niger River in the northwest.
Ibaji administrative headquarters is situated in the town of 1 Onyedega, consisting of district, villages and wards such as Adgwu, Ajankoje, Ajitata, Ajmukoje, Akene, Akinia, Akpalobe, Akpanya, Akpiola, Akura, Alakwa, Alogwu and Amabo among others.
- 1 Nnamdi Azikiwe Airport (ABV IATA). International flights to Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport are offered by several airlines, notably, Lufthansa, KLM, and British Airways. If arriving from the US, Delta Air Lines has a direct flight from New York JFK. Many visitors fly through connecting flights from Lagos.
You can travel to Kogi State by bus from major cities like Abuja, Lagos, Benin, Kano and Port Harcourt. Transportation companies such as ABC Transport (with air-conditioned luxurious bus rides), God is Good Motors (GIGM), Big Joe Motors, Chisco Transport (CTN) and Young Shall Grow provide transport services from other parts of the country to Kogi State.
- 2 Itakpe Train Station Nigeria Railway Corporation has completed an inter-city line between Kogi, Abuja and Kaduna, where you can connect with the rest of the Nigerian rail system. Trains arrive and depart from Itakpe The train service offers three types of such as Economy, First Class and Sleeper. The schedules and fares can be found on the Nigeria Railway Corporation website.
- River Niger. At Ibaji, there is an extended view of the River Niger. The River serves as a demarcation between state capital and Onyedega town at Ibaji Local Government Area.
- Go fishing, Onyedga, Ibaji.
The major towns in Ibaji have 2G/3G mobile network coverage. However, 4G Service may be disrupted the farther away you go from the city centre, and you might occasionally experience network outages for all or some of the mobile phone service providers in those remote areas of the city. Different networks tend to be more stable and reliable in different locations of the city at different times.
if you are planning a visit to this city, you should probably consider having multiple SIM cards, preferably for all the mobile service providers, since you can't tell which will be more stable and reliable at a time in your location during your visit. And if you will risk not having any of them, you might be better off not risking the MTN network, because, from indications, it seems to perform well than the others, though its rates may be high and its offers and services might be stringent, you are less likely to be concerned of erratic voice and data connection compared to others.
Airtel is another service provider which is fairly satisfactory for all you might need to connect to the world, including rates and network stability.
Glo (or Globacom) boasts of a reliable network in coverages in villages and/or towns in the inner city of most states in Nigeria.
9Mobile usually also performs well in internet browsing speed but not without locational