Malam Madori Towns And Villages
Malam Madori is a town and Local Government Area (LGA) in the northern portion of Nigeria’s Jigawa State. The city’s population in 2006 was 164,791.
According to the 2006 census, it has an area of 766 km2 and a population of 164,791.
Below is the complete list Of Towns And Villages In Malam Madori Local Government, Jigawa State, Nigeria:
1 Malam Madori
• Garin Gabas
1930: Malam Madu formed Mallam Madori. A railroad station was erected around then, boosting business. Dakido, Talaku, Dunari, and Hadejia residents went to Mallam Madori for business. Before the railroad, farmers used pack animals to convey their wares. The railroad permitted farmers to buy peanut grinders between 1955 and 1957. Malam Madori formerly had groundnut pyramids.
Malam Madori LGA covers surrounding towns like Dunari. Dunari has 10,876, or 6.6% of the Mallam Madori LGA’s population. Dunari is the headquarters of one of Mallam Madori LGA’s 11 wards (Dunari Ward). Malam Madori Bare bari, Kampala, are mostly Walmari and kufai migrants (former Malam Madori).
Farmers trade in Mallam Madori’s weekly market. Groundnuts and oil are the principal crops. Malam Madori has hospital. Tuesdays are market days.
Mallam Madori’s two water spots. Dunari Water Consumers Association (WCA) and WSSRP work collaboratively on water concerns in the neighbourhood.
WCA Dunari offered PPP Toilets to promote community cleanliness.
Fulani and Kanuri were Mallam Madori’s initial residents.
Mallam Madori is on the Kano-Nguru line.