Badagry Towns And Villages

Badagry (traditionally Gbagli) is a seaside town and Local Government Area (LGA) in the Nigerian state of Lagos. It is located on the north bank of Porto Novo Creek, an inland waterway that links Lagos (Nigeria’s largest city and economic powerhouse) to the Beninese capital of Porto Novo (Porto-Novo). This route connects Lagos, Ilaro, and Porto-Novo with the Republic of Benin.

According to the preliminary findings of the 2006 census, the population of the municipality was 241,093.

Below is the complete list Of Towns And Villages In Badagry Local Government, Lagos State, Nigeria:

Badagry District

Abia
Afoo
Agbojedo
Age Mowo
Agonvi
Agorin
Agumo
Aivoji Beach
Ajido
Akarakunmo
Alakoto Meji
Apa
Aseri Owode
Asipa Beach
Dadi Esepe
Dado

Farasime
Ganyingbo Oke
Ganyingbo Topa
Garafa
Gbaji
Genme
Ibereko
Ibeye Ibuku
Idale
Ijotun
Ilado
Ilagbo Badagry
Imeke
Ipako
Ipara
Iragbo
Irosu
Itoga Gbo
Itoga Zanmu
Iworo

Iyaafin
Magbon Iibiye
Magbon Ilado
Morogbo
Ojogun
Okio Afo
Okogbo
Okun Padre
Povita
Ropoju
Sakpo Beach
Samo Ekun Parapo
Samo Seje
Shoko

Sito Beach
Topo
Tosavi Beach
Yeketome
Yesufu Beach
Yovoyan

Badagry lies on Nigeria’s south-west coast, near the Gulf of Guinea. It’s 69 kilometres southwest of Lagos and 23 km east of Seme, Benin Republic. Like Lagos Island, it’s on inland lagoons and streams that are accessible to Lagos and Porto Novo. Badagry’s lagoon is a mile from the ocean. Seasonally, the lagoon’s depth ranges from 3 to 1 metres. Lagoons have bonga, croaker, pompano, tilapia, and catfish.¬†West of Badagry, Yewa River feeds the lagoon with brackish and freshwater.