Lagos, the former Capital of Nigeria, is no doubt the liveliest and most populated city in Nigeria with an estimated population of 9,013,534 from almost, if not all, ethnic groups in Nigeria. Lagos stands as an irresistible hub of different commercial activities controlled by both local and international business owners which thus made Lagos the richest state in Nigeria. Lagos is divided into two parts, they are the Island and the Mainland. Below is a comprehensive list of all the 20 Local Government Areas in Lagos State, their population and headquarters.
Below is the list of all radio stations in Edo State and her capital, Benin City. Frequencies, locations and phone numbers included.
*. 93.7 – SilverBird Rhythm FM, Ugbowo, Benin City (01-7278-2897) Continue reading List of Radio Stations in Edo State (With Frequencies, Locations and Phone Numbers)
On the 15th of January, 1966, Nigeria had her first coup d’état which ushered in her military era. Below are the heads of states of Nigeria from 1966 till 1999.
1. Major-General Johnson Aguiyi-Ironsi (January 16, 1966 – July 12, 1966) 177 days
The National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) was established on May 22, 1973 during the military regime of General Yakubu Gowon to foster peace, love and unity among the ethnic groups of Nigeria after the end of the Nigerian civil war/ Biafran war. The National Youth Service Corps consists of many hierarchies with the Director General as the highest. Below is the list of Director Generals of NYSC since inception. Continue reading List of Director Generals of NYSC from 1973 till date
Below is the list of all radio stations in Ondo State as well as its capital, Akure with their frequencies, locations and phone numbers.
Station – Frequency – Location (Phone Number)
* Orange FM – 94.5 – Federal Housing Estate, Akure (08164595404)
* Positive FM (FRCN) – 102.5 – Information Village, Ondo Road, Akure (08037181720)
* Adaba FM – 88.9 – Km 4 Akure-Ilesa Expressway, Akure (08033039876) Continue reading List of Radio Stations in Ondo State and their frequencies, locations and phones
The coming together of different ethnic groups gave birth to the nation called Nigeria today. Below is a list of over 350 ethnic groups/ tribes that make up Nigeria and the states they are found.
1 Abayon Cross River
2 Abua (Odual) Rivers
3 Achipa (Achipawa) Kebbi
4 Adim Cross River
5 Adun Cross River
6 Affade Yobe
7 Afizere Plateau
8 Afo Plateau
9 Agbo Cross River Continue reading List of over 350 Ethnic Groups in Nigeria and the states they are found
Below is the list of all Alaafin (King) of Oyo
- Oranmiyan- 1300- ??
- Ajaka- ??
- Sango- ??
- Ajaka- (Second reign)
- Aganju- ??
- Kori- 1400- ??
- Oluaso- 1500-??
- Onigbogi- 1500- ??
“The Minister of Finance of Nigeria is a senior cabinet official in the Nigerian Federal Executive Council.” Below is the list of ministers of finance of Nigeria from 1960 till date.
NAME | TERM
* Festus Okotie-Eboh | 1960-1966
* Obafemi Awolowo | 1967-1971
* Shehu Shagari | 1971-1975
* Asumoh Ete Ekukinam | 1976-1977
* James Oluleye | 1977-1979 Continue reading List of Ministers of Finance of Nigeria- Past and Present
Name of Chief Justice of Nigeria | Term
* Adetokunbo Ademola | 1958-1972
* Taslim Olawale Elias | 1972-1975
* Darnley Arthur Alexander | 1975-1979 Continue reading Chief Justice of Nigeria- Past And Present
Below is a comprehensive list of Emirs of Kano from 999AD till date.
Kings/Sarki/Emirs of Kano | (Reign)
* Bagauda Dan Bawo (999-1063)
* Warisi Dan Bagauda (1063-1095)
* Gajimasu Dan Warisi (1095-1134)
* Nawata and Gawata (1134-1136)
* Dariki (Tsaraki/Yusa) (1136-1194)
* Naguji (1194-1247)
* Guguwa (1247-1290)
* Shekarau (1290-1307)
* Umaru Tsamiya (1307-1343)
* Usman Zamnagawa (1343-1349)
* Ali Yaji (1349-1385)
* Bugaya (1385-1390)
* Kanajeji (1390-1410)
* Umaru (1410-1421)
* Daud (1421-1438)
* Abdullahi Burja (1438-1452)
* Dakauta (1452)
* Atuma (1452) Continue reading Emirs of Kano (999AD Till Date)
Below is the list of radio stations in Ogun State and her capital, Abeokuta. Frequencies and locations included.
*. 94.5 – Paramount FM- FRCN, Abeokuta
*. 92.1 – OOU FM- Olabisi Onabanjo university, Ago-Iwoye
*. 89.1 – Hope FM- Babcock University Radio station, Ilisan-Remo
*. 101.9 – Rockcity FM- Abeokuta
*. 88.5 – Family FM Radio- Kalak investment building, Abeokuta
*. 90.5- OGBC FM- Abeokuta Continue reading List Of Radio Stations in Ogun State (With Frequencies And Locations)
Before we dive into the list of EFCC chairmen, you might want to know the full meaning of EFCC and what it is as well. EFCC simply means Economic and Financial Crimes Commission. It is an anti-graft body in Nigeria established in 2003 to fight corruption and financial crimes which include embezzlement, money laundering and fraud (419). Continue reading List of EFCC Chairmen- Past And Present
The seaports in Nigeria are managed and operated by the Nigerian Port Authority (NPA) which was established 1954. The Head office of the Nigerian Ports Authority is located in Marina, Lagos.
Below is the list of major seaports in Nigeria and their locations. Continue reading Seaports In Nigeria And Their Locations
Below are the ranks and symbols of the Nigerian military which is made up of the Army, Air Force and Navy.
Military Ranks of the Nigerian Army (Commissioned Officers)
* Field Marshal- Highest rank of a commissioned officer
* Lieutenant General
* Major General
* Brigadier General
* Lieutenant Colonel
* Major Captain
* Lieutenant (1st)
* Second Lieutenant- Lowest rank of a commissioned officer Continue reading Nigerian Military Ranks- Army, Air Force And Navy
Below are some notable acronyms/abbreviations in Nigeria and the world their meanings
* AU– African Union
* NAF– Nigeria Air Force
* NN– Nigeria Navy
* JAMB– Joint Admission and Matriculation Board
* AIDS– Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome
* NPA– Nigerian Ports Authority
* ASUU– Academic Staff Union of Universities
* ASUP– Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics
* AIT– Africa Independent Television Continue reading Notable Abbreviations And Their Meanings