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General Facts about Nigeria
Nigeria is a country located in West Africa.
Find here important facts about Nigeria,
including capital city, currency, flag,
language, tradition, population, symbols,
largest cities, goverment, history ,
economey and the like.
Nigeria, officially called the Federal
Republic of Nigeria, is a country located in
The capital city of Nigeria
The capital of Nigeria is Abuja. Built in the
1980s, Abuja is one of the most well
planned cities in the country. It became the
capital of Nigeria on December 12, 1991,
replacing Lagos. The city is home to major
attractions in the country such as the
Nigerian National Mosque and the Nigerian
National Christian Center.
What is the largest city in Nigeria?
Lagos is the largest city in Nigeria covering
an area of 385.9 square miles. It is the thirdmost populous city in Africa with an
estimated population of 7,937,932. As of
now, it is the second-fastest growing city in
Africa. It was once the capital of the
country, and is the economic and financial
capital of the country at present.
What countries border Nigeria?
Nigeria is bordered by the Republic of Benin
on the west, Chad and Cameroon on the
east, and by Niger in the north. On the
south it borders the Gulf of Guineas
How big is Nigeria?
Nigeria is a country covering a total area of
356,667 square miles. As of 2011, the
country has an estimated population of 167
million; it is the seventh-most populous
country in the world.
What are the main ethnic groups
Nigeria is a country of rich ethnic diversity
composed of over 250 ethnic groups. The
three largest ethnic groups in Nigeria are
the Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba. The other
major tribes in the country include Edo,
Ijaw, Kanuri, Ibibio, Ebira Nupe and Tiv.
Also there are minority groups of British,
American, East Indian, Chinese, white
Zimbabwean,Japanese, Greek, Syrian and
Lebanese immigrants in Nigeria.
Who are the political leaders of
The government of Nigeria is a presidential
President - Goodluck Jonathan
Vice President - Namadi Sambo
What currency is used in Nigeria?
The Naira denoted by the ISO 4217 code
NGN) is the official currency of Nigeria. It is
subdivided into 100 kobo.
When is the national day of
The national day in Nigeria is celebrated on
October 1 every year. The day is celebrated to
commemorate the independence of Nigeria
from the United Kingdom on this day in 1960.
The country was declared a Republic on
October 1, 1963.
Facts about the Nigerian Crest
The Nigerian coat of arms features an eagle
mounted on a black shield, which is trisected
by two wavy bands. Two white horses support
the shield, and at its base is a wreath of
coctus spectabilis flowers created in the
national colors of white and green.
The black shield represents the fertile soil
while the 'Y' shaped silvery bands represents
the Niger and Benue Rivers, Which flows
differently but joined at a certain point to form
the main inland waterways in Nigeria.
This is Starch and Banga soup
This is the Nigerian pepper soup
yam porridge with fried fish, plantain, cow
meat and delicious moi moi
this is Eba with stewed fish
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