Gwagwalada Towns And Villages

Gwagwalada is a local government area located in Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory. According to the 2006 census, Gwagwalada has an area of 1,043 km2 and a population of 157,770.

It is anticipated to have the highest growth rate on the African continent between 2020 and 2025, at 6.26 percent.

Below is the complete list Of Towns And Villages In Gwagwalada Local Government, F.C.T Abuja, Nigeria:

Gwaywalada

  • Agota
  • Akwayi
  • Akyakyata
  • Alu wamo
  • Anguwar¬† Hausawa
  • Anguwar Sarki
  • Atopi
  • Auguwar-Madaki
  • Bargada Bassa
  • Basan Zuba
  • Bassa
  • Biyu
  • Boka
  • Chaboda
  • Chitumu
  • Chzako
  • Dabagayi
  • Dada
  • Dada¬† Gongo
  • Dadabiri
  • Damin Kara
  • Dawaki
  • Didan Tujura
  • Diko
  • Dikwa Gwari
  • Dikwa Kotwa
  • Dobi
  • Doni
  • Doruwa
  • Eabodo
  • Garin Godoso
  • Gbadolo
  • Gerin Angulu
  • Gidan Ango
  • Gidan Bala
  • Gidan Dandu
  • Gidan Gade
  • Gidan Golo
  • Gidan Yaro
  • Goi
  • Goi Sabo
  • Gongo
  • Gulupe
  • Gurebare
  • Gurfa Gongo
  • Gurfata
  • Gurfata Sabo
  • Gwako
  • Gwale
  • Gwari
  • Gwaywalada
  • Gyabiri
  • Hanagada Abdu
  • Hanagada Bassa
  • Ibbo
  • Ibwa
  • Ibwa Sarki
  • Ikwa
  • Isom Bassa
  • Isom Fulani
  • Jalita Gongo
  • Jigodo I
  • Jiwape
  • Kaburufi
  • Kace Bassa
  • Kace Sabo
  • Kace Sarki
  • Kaida Bassa
  • Kaida Gwari
  • Kaida Sabo
  • Kalangu
  • Kasanki
  • Kpatawuro
  • Kutabwche
  • Kutunku
  • Kuturpe
  • Kwalikuzi
  • Lafiya
  • Ledi
  • Ledi Sabo
  • Madaki Abuche
  • Maikaraya
  • Maje Bassa
  • Maje Tsoho
  • Makama
  • Momo Sabo
  • Pabeyi
  • Pagada
  • Pagena I
  • Paiken Korce
  • Paiko
  • Pajana II
  • Pako
  • Paso Gwari
  • Pass Kutawa
  • Patte
  • Rafin Zurfi
  • Rain Zurfi
  • S/Ganuwa
  • Sabo
  • Saboda
  • Sabon Gari
  • Shaga I
  • Shaga II
  • Shajantara
  • Shanagu
  • Shara Bassa
  • Shibo
  • Shibo Bassa
  • Shida
  • Shidhida
  • Shinge
  • Soko
  • Tsagban Siji
  • Tsaunia Kura
  • Tsudna
  • Tundun Wada
  • Tung Tsauni
  • Tunga Makeri
  • Tungan Adamu
  • Tungan Auta
  • Tungan D. Kolo
  • Tungan Giwa
  • Tungan Jika
  • Tungan Kakaki
  • Tungan Ladan
  • Tungan M. Hassan
  • Tungan Maikasuwa
  • Tungan Pada
  • Tungan S. Pada
  • Tungan Salihu
  • Tungan Tsauni
  • Ung Gade
  • Ung. Bassa
  • Ung. Gwari
  • Wagu Wase-Gyan
  • Wuma
  • Wumi
  • Wurumbi
  • Wuye-Wuye
  • Yaluan Ibwa
  • Yemipe
  • Zuba
Before FCT, Gwagwalada was in Kwali District of the previous Abuja emirate, now Suleja. 1984-10-15: Gwagwalada founded. 2006 census: 158,618 residents.
The relocation of the government seat from Lagos to Abuja in 1992 and the recent demolition of unlawful structures in the Federal City Center brought a significant influx of people to one of the fastest developing metropolitan centres in the Federal Capital Territory.
Over 1,000,000 people live there. Gwagwalada is one of five local government areas in Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory, which also contains Abuja. Gwagwalada is 1069.58km2. Postal code is 902101.