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  • 3Adedayo A. 7 months ago
    Government needs to repair the roads. Whatever you do, try not to go there on a market day!!

  • 5Simeon A. 10 months ago
    Kuro market, is the five day interval market place where by traders were come Frome many other state, city, towns, and Villages to sell or buy, most especially crops and livestock's and many other farm products.

  • 4Christiana S. 10 months ago
    Kuto market is a place that's usually very busy just like the name implies - market place. At Kuto market you can get virtually everything you need, ranging from foodstuffs to wears, to skin care products, you name it.....

  • 4Shopade A. 10 months ago
    It is a very nice market to buy things in Abeokuta

  • 4Daniel A. 11 months ago
    Kuto market is a place where you can get most of your essentials especially on the market day. What I noticed was that, things are mostly cheap on the market day only. You can get stuffs ranging from food stuffs, gadgets, clothing and many more.

  • 5Sobowale Adesola S. 11 months ago
    Kuto market is market where you can get all needed commodities at cheaper rate especially on market days

  • 4Olayinka P. 1 year ago
    This market you can find majority food items and house need. But cannot be compared to Lafenwa market in terms of price, Lafenwa items are cheaper.

  • 2adeleke g. 1 year ago
    A nice mkt, availability of most fresh foodstuffs but the local government should encourage traders to sell within their shop to reduce traffic problems

  • 4Olusoji A. 1 year ago
    This market is one of the biggest market in Abeokuta and it is located in the heart of the town and patronised by people from different walks of life to either sell or buy products of different types.

  • 5Adeyemi T. 1 year ago
    The Kuto Market  is located at Kuto area of Abeokuta South LGA, Ogun State. This is a market I have known since my days in the Primary School. I remiscence with nostalgia my escapades in this market. Various commodities can be sought and bought in large quantity which include plastics,  household items, food stuffs, clothing etc Every 5days is the Market Day though it opens everyday.

  • 3Yeenkah H. 1 year ago
    Kuto is one of the biggest markets in Abeokuta. It is a place where you get all manner of things ranging from foodstuffs, clothing materials, fruits, footwears, kitchen items, souvenirs (for events), baby items, baking items etc.

  • 3Muhammad M. 1 year ago
    It is a complete one stop market where one can purchase virtually all provision. It is not far from the Oke Mosan - the seat of Government in Ogun state. Lack of adequate Parking space for vehicles is the major challenge/setback for the market.

  • 5Abdulsatar A. 1 year ago
    Very popular, pocket friendly, varieties of goods are always available, has a 4 days interval main market days yet open every day.

  • 4Oluseyi S. 1 year ago
    Kuto market is the largest modern market in Abeokuta. It is well laid out with several entrance and exit. You canbuy virtually everything you want here. From large items to small ones, from packaged foods to raw foods, from goat to cow meat, chicken etc. The market takes place at every five days but you can still patronize the market everyday but market day is when farmers and artisans including the onion sellers are found in abundance. The road can be hectic on market day.

  • 5lawal a. 1 year ago
    Central marketplace in Abeokuta where you can get what you need faster

  • 4Mabogunje J. 2 years ago
    Its quite a big market but no comfortable parking space. The road is also bad.

  • 5akinsola i. 2 years ago
    This is a large market that is open everyday but always full to capacity every five days with the inflows of farmers bringing their goods for sale. The market is located at the centre of Abeokuta City and it is one of the largest market. Things are sometimes considered expensive here compared to Lafenwa, Elega or Adatan market. It is a market for everything.

  • 4Green Crop F. 2 years ago
    It's one of the major markets in Abeokuta where you get to buy a lot of things like foodstuffs, fruits and vegetables, provisions, and others. It even has a sections where goats are sold. It's market day is every five days where various people from within and outside the town come to sell and buy. Parking can be a challenge during the market day but you can park at Ọba Lipede Market for a token.

  • 3Gbolahan Philips O. 2 years ago
    Good market but never try to go or pass through the road during five days market day

  • 3Khadijat I. 2 years ago
    You must have a good bargaining power. Sample prices around before settling. There is variety and I have never bought a fake from the market. Parking can sometimes be jammed especially on market days.

  • 4Oluwafemi O. 2 years ago
    Kuto motor park is close to Kuto market in Abeokuta. Interstate buses can be gotten from the motor park.

  • 5Quazeem H. 2 years ago
    Dynamic place

  • 5Ogunbiyi Olugbenga I. 4 years ago
    One of the reputable market in Abeokuta. It has a motor ark to almost any part of the country.

  • 4Ilorah C. 4 years ago
    Kuto Market is one of the popular markets in Abeokuta. It operates daily but there is higher trading activities every 5 days. Each day that is known as Kuto market, traders from all over the country come with their various wares. Traffick is always high on such day. However, if you make it to the market on such day, you tend to get literally everything you would love to purchase and also at a competitive price. One can readily get fresh fruits, vegetables, spices, various food stuffs, kitchen wares, clothings, plastics, livestock's and many more. It is a good market but the organisation can be improved.

  • 4caleb b. 4 years ago
    Kuto market is located in the Capital city of Ogun State (Abeokuta). It has a Moto Park where you can virtual get transportation to Lagos, Ijebu and some other places... You can virtual get anything you won't to buy at kuto market, be it stationaries, foodstuffs, wears, kitchen utensils, groceries, provisions... And so on. Kutu is a very busy and rough area especially on market days, the market days is always once in a week but not withstanding, you will still get whatever you want to buy even on days when there is no market. This picture was taken when there was no market, that's why it looks scanty but the market is always filled up on market days and sometimes cause a lot of traffic on the main road.

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