Translation services in Ibadan by translators in Ibadan Nigeria
Translation services in Ibadan
Novatia translation Services in Ibadan can easily translate any type of content to grow your business, increase efficiency and strengthen compliance. Our document translation services in Ibadan improve language access in many industries, including:
- Health Care– Vital documents, discharge instructions, notices of eligibility, and patient forms
- Financial Services– Loan documents, contracts, mortgage papers, financial applications, account statements, credit reports
- Insurance– Claims forms, policy information, accident reports
- Government– Notices of rights, consent, complaints; letters requiring a response; applications; public outreach information
- General Business Needs– Product information, customer communication, employee materials
We Ensure Quality Document Translation
As a full translation service provider in Ibadan, Novatia translation services in Ibadan uses human translators to ensure every job conveys the meaning of the original text, reads smoothly, and is free from spelling and grammatical errors. Employing our high touch business model, we customize each project by considering the complexity of the document, its intended use and shelf life. Each project includes translation, copy editing and/or proofreading by a minimum of two translators to ensure accurate, culturally appropriate translations every time.
Our team of translators in Ibadan guides your project from start to finish ensuring outstanding results on schedule and on budget. Our on-time delivery rate exceeds 99.8%. We have never missed a release date, go-live date or teach date- ever. And we’re prepared to prove it.
Ibadan is located in south-western Nigeria in the southeastern part of Oyo State at about 119 kilometres (74 miles) northeast of Lagos and 120 kilometres (75 miles) east of the Nigerian international border with the Republic of Benin. It lies completely within the tropical forest zone but close to the boundary between the forest and the derived savanna. The city ranges in elevation from 150 m in the valley area, to 275 m above sea level on the major north-south ridge which crosses the central part of the city. The city covers a total area of 3,080 square kilometres (1,190 sq mi), the largest in Nigeria.
The city of Ibadan is naturally drained by four rivers with many tributaries: Ona River in the North and West; Ogbere River towards the East; Ogunpa River flowing through the city and Kudeti River in the Central part of the metropolis. Ogunpa River, a third-order stream with a channel length of 12.76 km and a catchment area of 54.92 km2. Lake Eleyele is located at the northwestern part of the city, while the Osun River and the Asejire Lake bounds the city to the east.
Ibadan has a tropical wet and dry climate (Köppen climate classification Aw), with a lengthy wet season and relatively constant temperatures throughout the course of the year. Ibadan’s wet season runs from March through October, though August sees somewhat of a lull in precipitation. This lull nearly divides the wet season into two different wet seasons. November to February forms the city’s dry season, during which Ibadan experiences the typical West African harmattan. The mean total rainfall for Ibadan is 1420.06 mm, falling in approximately 109 days. There are two peaks for rainfall, June and September. The mean maximum temperature is 26.46 C, minimum 21.42 C and the relative humidity is 74.55%.