Ehime Mbano

Ehime Mbano Towns And Villages Ehime Mbano is a local government area in Imo State, Nigeria. The postal code of the area is 472. Below is the complete list Of Towns And Villages In Ehime Mbano Local Government, Imo State, Nigeria: 1 Ehim • Ehime 2 Umueze ii • Umueleke • Umuike • Umuodara • Umuokwe 3 Umueze i • …

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Ijero

Ijero Towns And Villages Ijero Ekiti is a city in the Nigerian state of Ekiti, located in West Africa. Ijero Ekiti is located in the northwest region of the state of Ekiti[1]. Ijero Ekiti is the Headcount of the Local Government. The primary languages spoken by the natives of Ijero Ekiti are the Ekiti dialect …

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Doma

Doma Towns And Villages Doma is a Local Government Area within the state of Nasarawa in Nigeria. Its headquarters is located in Doma. In the 2006 census, its area was 2,714 km2 and its population was 139,607. The area’s postal code is 950. Odu is the yearly celebration of the Doma local government, and farming …

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Ise/Orun

Ise/Orun Towns And Villages Ise/Orun is a Local Government Area within the Nigerian state of Ekiti. The company’s headquarters are located in Ise Ekiti. As of the 2006 census, it had a total area of 432 km2 and a population of 113,754. The area’s postal code is 361. Below is the complete list Of Towns …

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Ilejemeje

Ilejemeje Towns And Villages Ilejemeje is a Local Government Area in the Nigerian state of Ekiti that has seven settlements. Its headquarters is located in Eda Oniyo. It has a land area of 95 km2 and, as of the 2006 census, a population of 43,530. The zip code is 372. Below is the complete list …

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Karu

Karu Towns And Villages Karu is a Local Government Area in central Nigeria’s Nasarawa State. It is in close proximity to Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory. It has a size of 2,640 kilometres. The municipal government of Karu is headquartered at New Karu. According to the 2006 census, the mostly New Karu town population was 205,477. …

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