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Ada town is in Osun State. Ada is a town in the Boripe Local Government area of Osun State, Southwest Nigeria. A town headed by Oba Abimbola Olalekan Abioye II (The Olona of Ada). Some of the compounds that make up the town are: Ile Oba Oludele, ile oba Adeitan, Ile oba Olugbogbo, Ile Aro, Ile Alagbaa, Ojomu Oteniola, Alade, Eesa, Jagun, Osolo, Oke Baale, Asasile, Oluode, Agba Akin,Ile Odogun etc.


The people of the town are hospitable, industrious, and hardworking. They value education and are accommodating for citation of any businesses due to their large geographical land expanse yet to be developed. There are standard hotels and hospital in this town.

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The town is the home of a private golf course that was created by Comfort Olufunke PonnLe and her husband, a prominent estate valuer and philanthropist, Bode Adediji, Late Alalade, one of the first chattered accountant in Nigeria. A tourist or visitor would enjoy visiting the golf course.



Ada has the biggest market in the local government area and it generated the highest revenue for it. Buying and selling takes place every 5 days.




These are hotels with good room facilities a tourist or avisitor can sleep with a good price in Ada.

  • MicCom Golf Hotels. Ada, Osun - Ibokun Road.
  • Royal Gardens Motel. Adaramola, Osun - Akin Adaramola Centre.
  • GITY Royale Suites, 74 Ibadan - Ilfe Expresswsay, +234815 826 2243.


For most locations in Ada town, you would most likely find coverage of the 2G/3G and rarely 4G mobile networks. Signal strength might diminish further away from the city center, and you might occasionally experience network outage for all or some of the mobile phone service providers in the remote areas of the town. Different networks tend to be more stable and reliable in different locations of the town at different times.

MTN, 9Mobile, Airtel (Zain) and GLO are all available service providers. So if you are planning a visit to Ada town, like you would do for many other places in Nigeria, 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 seem to perform well than the others, though its rates may be high and its offers and services might be stringent, but you are less likely to be concerned of erratic voice and data connection compared to others.

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