Abaji Towns And Villages
Abaji is a local government area inside the Nigerian Federal Capital Territory. The inhabitants of the city were Egbira, Bassa Ganagana, and Hausa. Majorities were composed of Bassa, Egbira, and Ganagana.
Below is the complete list Of Towns And Villages In Abaji Local Government, F.C.T Abuja, Nigeria:
- Nah. Tosho
- Nahalati Sabo
- Fakon Tando
- Gidan Maisaye
- Lafia Yaba
- Pako Base
- Yelwa Gawu
First settlers in Abuja were Egbira, Bassa, and Tiv before the Usman Danfodio religious war came to Northcentral, Abuja South. After winning the kinship throne from the Tiv, the Egbira ruled kinship and allowed the Hausa to be the city’s Imam. Igabazi (meaning: A territory carved by Abazhi) is one of Abuja’s area councils.
Abaji kingdom is Nigeria’s oldest traditional institution, led by the Ona of Abaji (chairman FCT Council of Chiefs). The former Koton Karfe kingdom agreed to join the FCT for growth.
Abubakar Umar Abdullahi of the APC won the FCT chairmanship election on February 12, 2022.
Abaji contains 992 km2 and 98,000 people. Abaji proposed Abuja University of Technology (AUTA) for Agyana Road. Nestle’s bottling plant is located in Awawa, along Gwagwalada/Lokoja Expressway.
The Area council has a good electricity supply, and the town is surrounded by all-season rivers (Azako, Ashara, and Ukyo). Civilized, educated people.