Birnin Kudu Towns And Villages
Birnin Kudu is a town and Local Government Area in the south of Nigeria’s Jigawa State, approximately 120 kilometres south-east of Kano.
Birnin Kudu had an estimated population of 419,800 in 2006, making it the most populated municipality in the state.
Below is the complete list Of Towns And Villages In Birnin Kudu Local Government, Jigawa State, Nigeria:
3. Birnin Kudu
• J. Nasara
• Kafin Madaki
• Kwan Gwara
• Shun Gurum
• Wurno Fade
• Yalwan Chakauri
• Yalwan Damai
Birnin Kudu is a historic city known for its rocks and ancient artwork found in some of them (NA). During British administration, the city was a NA headquarters and the capital of Birnin Kudu LGA.
Birnin Kudu is Jigawa’s most populated local government, although infrastructure development is modest. Gwaram and Buji local governments split from it in 1996.
It has one of the oldest schools in northern Nigeria, Government College Birnin Kudu, from which Alhaji Aliko Dangote graduated (richest man in Africa).
Birnin Kudu has produced two governors of Jigawa State (Alh Ali Sa’adu, the state’s first civilian governor, and Alh Sule lamido, governor from 2007 to 2015).
Kantoga, Kangire, Kwangwara, Kiyako, Sundumina, Surko, Lafiya, Unguwar a, Yalwan damai, Birnin Kudu, and Wurno are its 11 political wards.
Siraj Muhammad Kantoga represents Birnin Kudu in the Jigawa state assembly (2015-present).
BIRNINKUDU ROCK ARTS 1950-1955, Birnin Kudu rock paintings were uncovered. It has old rock gongs used as musical instruments and warning bells.
Birnin Kudu rock drawings are testament of Sub Saharan Africa’s old civilisation. These ancient artworks are located in Northern Nigeria’s gorgeous scenery.