North Central (7 states): Niger, Kogi, Benue, Plateau, Nasarawa (Nassarawa), Kwara and FCT. North East (6 states): Bauchi, Borno, Taraba, Adamawa, Gombe and Yobe.
Which states are in South South Nigeria?
The south-south geopolitical zone comprises Akwa-Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, Delta, Edo and Rivers states.
Who divided Nigeria into 36 states?
In 1991, Nigeria had the total number of thirty states. In 1996, General San Abacha came to power. He managed to create six more states, which gives us a current number of 36 states.
Which state has the smallest local government in Nigeria?
Abia state has 17 Local Government Areas, after being carved out of the former Imo State in 1991. The state now has a population of 2,833,999. The name “Abia” is an abbreviation of four of the state’s densely populated regions Aba, Bende, Isuikwuato, and Afikpo.
How many states are South South Nigeria?
The South South region of Nigeria comprises of six states and is strategically located at the point where the Y tail of the river Niger joins the Atlantic Ocean through the Gulf of Guinea.
Which states are in south west Nigeria?
South West Nigeria is one of the geopolitical zones of Nigeria, consisting of the following states;
Which states are in north east Nigeria?
North East Nigeria is a region of Nigeria. It is composed of the following states: Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba, and Yobe.
Which state is the most developed state in Nigeria?
Lagos State, the commercial capital of Nigeria, and the Centre of Excellence, is the most developed State in Nigeria.
Which state is the biggest in South East Nigeria?
Imo state is also known as the Eastern Heartland. It was created in 1976 by Major General Murtala Mohammed who was the head of states as of the time. In 1991, Abia State was carved out of the Old Imo state. The capital of Imo State is Owerri and it is the largest city in the state.