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Kogi State di ọwọ alimeji north Nigeria,[1][2] Amii state ki dakolo kogi state chi Ekiti, Kwara,[3][4][5] Federal Capital Territory, Nasarawa State, Niger State, Edo kpai Ondo states, tọwọ southeast kpai states Anambra kpai Enugu, t'eju ọwọ east kpai Benue State. Onwu Chi state Kate efu Nigeria ki nọmẹ kpai ojoji state mẹgwa. Ma dodu nwu kwefu Hausa word for river (Kogi). Kogi State dufu kwefu Benue State, Niger State, kpai Kwara State Ọjọ Kochu ẹkẹjọ nolu ọjọ Ogwu nyọwọ mebie efu ọdọ 1991.[6][7][1]ma ñọ di State lẹ kọ "Confluence State" todu ki chọgẹcha ka ki ni, I ño chi ugbo ka aji meji wa roji ku do am‘eji le ki chi confluence of the River Niger kpai the River Benue[8] chẹ tejugede tiba ugwẹtẹ nwu, Lokoja.[9][10]

Kogi State
state of Nigeria
Inception27 August 1991 Nwọ́che
Native labelKogi Nwọ́che
NicknameThe Confluence State Nwọ́che
Official languageEnglish Nwọ́che
ContinentAfrica Nwọ́che
CountryNigeria Nwọ́che
CapitalLokoja Nwọ́che
Located in the administrative territorial entityNigeria Nwọ́che
Located in time zoneUTC+01:00 Nwọ́che
Coordinate location7°30′0″N 6°42′0″E, 7°30′0″N 6°42′0″E Nwọ́che
Office held by head of governmentGovernor of Kogi State Nwọ́che
Executive bodyexecutive council of Kogi State Nwọ́che
Legislative bodyKogi State House of Assembly Nwọ́che
Owner ofConfluence Queens F.C. Nwọ́che
Postal code260001 Nwọ́che
Official websitehttps://kogistate.gov.ng/ Nwọ́che
Category for mapsCategory:Maps of Kogi State Nwọ́che

Efu ami states ogwuẹgwa nyọwọ mẹfa ki di Nigeria, Kogi Chi ẹkẹgwẹta efu ma ugbo ki nana Chaka kpai twentieth ugbo k'amonẹ wewe tule Chaka kpai estimated nuwewe ki dabu 4.5  million ọdọ 2016.[11] Geographically, state lẹ dẹ agbagba tropical Guinean forest–savanna mosaic ecoregion. Important geographic features include the key rivers with the Niger ki acha legwudu northwest kpai Benue lẹ ki ya le gwudu kwi northeast ọgba ta k'aji meji lẹ dama alimeji Kogi I la le ru southward efu State lẹ.[12]

Kogi State che ni ethnic group wewe odu ma chi Igala, Ebira, Gbagyi, kpai Nupe ( Bassa Nge, Kakanda, kpai Kupa subgroups) abo ku ma do alimeji kogi chi abo Agatu, Basa-Komo, Igbo kpai Idoma eju ọwọ east;[13] kpai abo Yoruba ( Okun, Ogori, Oworo, kpai Magongo) ki di west. Ami akpa wewe tule kogi state. Ami akpa dabi 45%, abo ku ma gbọlọjọ chi 40% kpai abo ku ma chi obochi chi 15%..[14]

Climati edit

Omi ki ya lọ ọdọ du Kogi State dabi 1,100mm manyi 1,300mm. Ọlọji achanẹ kw'efu Ochu Ẹlẹ t'efu Ochu ẹla ọdọ du, afu ọwẹ a chane ochu ẹkẹgwaka a ti ochu ẹkẹta ọdọ ki to gba. while ẹgba uwo achanẹ kwì ochu ẹkẹgwaka ati ochu ẹkẹta .[15] [16]

Ijabe edit

Ma chi Ijabe Govonor kpai abo house. Govonor chi agboji abo chakadu kogi state, Efewo ki chi ugwẹta Kogi state chi Lokoja[17]

Ami State ki ji Akolo Kogi State edit

  • Federal Capital Territory (Nigeria) – ejọwọ north
  • Nasarawa State – ejọwọ northeast
  • Benue State – ejọwọ east
  • Enugu State – ejọwọ outheast
  • Anambra State – ejọwọ south
  • Edo State – ejọwọ southwest
  • Ondo State – ejọwọ west
  • Ekiti State – ejọwọ west
  • Kwara State – ejọwọ west
  • Niger State – ejọwọ north

Kogi State chi state kate ki di Nigeria ki ni ami state megwa daga

Ohiala edit

Ma nyi kogi state ọdọ 1991 kwi ọwọ ka Kwara State kpai Benue State. Igala chi ichi ki amonẹ nana tule ojanẹ Kogi .

Ami ethnic groups kpai ichi ogbogaga ki di Kogi state chẹ ta: Igala (Yoruboid Group), Ebira, manyi Okun (a Yoruba Group) Ami ichi ki bọ chi Bassa Nge ku ma gwi Bassa L.G.A, Kupa kpai Kakanda, ama chi abo Nupe ma gwu u gbo ku ma dodo chi Lokoja L.G.A, abo ku ma ki ichi Bassa-Komo nwọ dọmọ gẹ ma la di ojane Bassa Local government area, Abo Oworo (A Yoruba Group), Igbo, Ogori MagonÈnè o manyi Idoma.

Ẹnẹ ki odu nwi Nigeria, chi Flora Shaw, Lokoja i gwu dodu nwi Nigeria ekọ ki doji Mount Patti na gi aji Niger, Flora Shaw chi ọya Baron Lugard.[18]

Ichi edit

Ami ichi che wewe Kogi ama, ami ichi meta ki chi ogbogaga chi Igala, Ebira manyi Yoruba (Okun). Ami ichi ki bo chi Nupe, Kakanda, Kupa, Bassa Nge, Basa Komu, Kupa, Hausa, Osayen.[19]

Local government areas edit

Ami ichi ki di Kogi State chi ogwunyoka :

Uche ELo edit

Uche abo kogi alo ojile, amenwu ku ma lo chi coffee, cocoa, ekpe, cashews, opa, akpa, abasha, uchu, oscapa manyi api.

Ami Mineral ki di Kogi chi coal, limestone, iron, petroleum manyi tin. Kogi state ni iron kpai steel tule ojane Nigeria, ofewo ugbo ki la de chi Ajaokuta, Kogi nwo ni ugbo ku ma chi cement efewo ki la de chi Obajana Cement.

Unyi Ukoche edit

Ami Unyi ukoche utogba ki di kogi State chi Federal University (Lokoja),[20] Kogi State University[21] Anyigba, Confluence University of Science kpaiTechnology Osara, Federal Polytechnic Idah,[22]Kogi State Polytechnic[23] (Lokoja), Federal College of Education (Okene), College of Education (Ankpa), College of Agriculture Kabba, Kogi state college of education, technical (Kabba) manyi Private Salem University,[24] Lokoja. college of nursing manyi midwifery i Anyigba kpai Obangede, School of health tech Idah manyi ECWA School of Nursing in Egbe.[25]

Amone Ogbogaga edit

Ami Villagi ki Di Kogi edit

Okene

Ogugu

Ofante

Okpo

Kabba

Lokoja

Gboloko

Oguma

References edit

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  8. Ogunyinka Victor (2021-08-27). "Kogi at 30: The journey so far". Vanguard News (in en-GB). Retrieved 2022-11-04. 
  9. A. B. MAMMAN J.O. OYEBANJI (2000). Nigeria: A people united, A Future Assured. p. 333. 
  10. "IJMB Study Centre In Lokoja, IJMB Centres In Kogi State, IJMB Registration In Kogi State, Universities Accepting IJMB In Kogi State". www.ijmb.org.ng. Retrieved 2022-11-04. 
  11. "Population 2006-2016". National Bureau of Statistics. Retrieved 21 December 2021. 
  12. Abiodun J.O. (1985). On polarization and Regional Development: An Empirical Study: Urban and Regional Planning problems in Nigeria. University of Ife Press Ltd. pp. 79–92. 
  13. "Place: Kogi, Nigeria - Genealogy". www.werelate.org. Retrieved 2022-11-04. 
  14. Audu P.A. (1992). 365 days of Giant Strides: directorate of information. Lokoji. 
  15. Oguntoyin J.S. (1987). A Geography of Nigerian Development. Ibadan: Heinemann. 
  16. Admin. "Assessment of the Impact of Climate Change on Land Use/Land Cover in Kogi State, Nigeria". 
  17. Oguntola Tunde (2022-09-27). "2023: Next President, Govs Must Get Two-thirds Spread, Says INEC" (in en-US). Retrieved 2023-02-24. 
  18. "Dailytrust News, Sports and Business, Politics | Dailytrust". Daily Trust (in English). Retrieved 1 September 2022. 
  19. "Indigenous Languages Spoken in Kogi State - Kogi State Hub" (in en-US). 2022-03-17. Retrieved 2023-06-23. 
  20. "Official List of Courses Offered in Federal University, Lokoja (FULOKOJA) - Myschool". myschool.ng (in English). Retrieved 18 November 2021. 
  21. "Full List of Art Courses offered in Kogi State University (KSU) for 2021-2022 Academic Session". NAIJSCHOOLS (in en-US). 14 May 2021. Retrieved 18 November 2021. 
  22. "List of Courses Offered by Federal Polytechnic Idah". www.myschoolgist.com (in English). 9 November 2020. Retrieved 18 November 2021. 
  23. "List of Courses Offered by Kogi State Polytechnic". www.myschoolgist.com (in English). 9 July 2020. Retrieved 18 November 2021. 
  24. "Official List of Courses Offered in Salem University (SALEM) - Myschool". myschool.ng (in English). Retrieved 18 November 2021. 
  25. "ECWA School of Nursing Egbe – Nursing for Christ…" (in en-US). Retrieved 5 September 2022. 
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  27. "Senator Smart Adeyemi, CON - Nigpilot Personality". The Nigerian Pilot News (in en-GB). 15 December 2020. Archived from the original on 12 January 2021. Retrieved 25 June 2021.  Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)
  28. Adeolu (17 September 2019). "AJAYI, Mr. Samuel Aliyu (OFR)". Biographical Legacy and Research Foundation (in en-US). Retrieved 25 June 2021. 
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