Ringim Towns And Villages

Ringim is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Nigeria’s Jigawa State. The local government area has an area of 1,057 km2 and a population of 192,024 as of the 2006 census. Its administrative centre is located in Ringim. The postal code of the area is 733.

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

  1. 1   Ringim
  2. o Amaguwa
  3. o Bago-Gwadamo
  4. o Chai-Chai
  5. o Daabigyel
  6. o Dabi
  7. o Dan-Makeri
  8. o Daurawa
  9. o Daushe
  10. o Dingare
  11. o Gasakole
  12. o Kafin Banushe
  13. o Karshi
  14. o Karwai
  15. o Kaura Dabi
  16. o Kaya Gazara
  17. o Malamawa
  18. o Marawa
  19. o Ringim
  20. o Sankara
  21. o Sintilmawa
  22. o Tofa
  23. o Yakasawa
  24. o Yandutsi
  25. o Zangon-Kanya

Ringim emirate was created in November 1991 when General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida created Jigawa state from Kano state. Ringim, Taura, Garki, and Babura are the emirate’s LGAs. Sayyadi Abubakar Mahmoud Usman (CON) is Ringim’s first Fulani Emir. The Emir headed West Africa’s co-op.

Ringim Local Government’s economic progress is well-known. Fertile ground for wet and dry season agricultural. Local government grows subsistence and cash crops and has fruit trees along the river. Most of the population also participated in marketing. Most parents can pay their children’s school fees with these funds. The British built a railway from Kano to Nguru through the town because of its rich groundnut, tobacco, and commerce.

Ringim’s educational progress began in 1930. Ringim’s first school opened in 1930. (Katutu Primary School). 1931 had 39 recruits. Sabon Gida Senior Primary School opened in 1954. As a result of UPE, new schools were built in Ringim in 1976, Galadanchi primary school and Sabon Gari primary school. This added four elementary schools to Ringim’s Islamiyya Schools. After two years in Dawakin Tofa, Government Secondary School moved to Ringim in 9176, and Jigawa Polytechnic was founded in 1991.

Ringim helped Kano survive Gumel and Damagaran’s onslaught.

The College of Islamic and Legal Studies is in Ringim’s Hussaini Adamu Federal Polytechnic.