The Six Geopolitical Zones In Nigeria With Their States

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Nigerian FlagThe Six Geopolitical Zones In Nigeria is the division of the country into six zones which consist of states with similar cultures, history, background and close territories. The Six Geopolitical Zones In Nigeria were created during the regime of President Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida.
Below is the list of the Zones and the states that fall under each of them.

1. NORTH CENTRAL- (7 States) Niger, Kogi, Benue, Plateau, Nassarawa, Kwara and FCT.

2. NORTH EAST- (6 States) Bauchi, Borno, Taraba, Adamawa, Gombe and Yobe.

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9 Replies to “The Six Geopolitical Zones In Nigeria With Their States”

    1. Amen and Amen! If we are not greater than Britain, America, China, Japan, ……… Let’s just be great like them. I think that is enough. Meanwhile, the solution lies in our hands (the citizens’ hands) not elsewhere. Those that are blessed abroad should come and industrialize the nation (this should not be left in the hands of the government), even if they still want to live abroad, let them just come and do something to help their fatherland and motherland – Nigeria. Peace!

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      1. I hope they listen and take to our advice. If I travel out (definitely I hope to, firstly to America), if I’m blessed to the extent that I have enough money to start a company, may be a school or another industry that will provide job opportunities for young Nigerian graduates, I’ll quickly come home to do that, even if I’ll go back. It’s a good thing to think of home wherever we are!

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  1. You have spoken well my masters. Nigeria can be great but that lies in the hands of every Nigerian. Apart from being a political slogan in Nigeria, the term ‘change begins with me’ is very essential in cleansing and developing this nation. I believe in a greater Nigeria and that begins with me. Thank you for reblogging this, Mr. Peter Adewunmi. Have a wonderful night. Cheers!

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