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Jihar Borno
Sunan barkwancin jiha: Gidan zaman lafiya.
Wuri
Wurin Jihar Borno cikin Nijeriya.
Ƙidaya
Harsuna Kanuri, Margi, Bura, Shuwa Arab, Fulani, Hausa
Gwamna Kashim Shettima
Jam'iyyar Shiyasa All Progressive Congress (APC)
An kirkiro ta 1976
Baban birnin jiha Maiduguri
Iyaka 57,799km²
Yawan Alumma
2006 (ƙidayar yawan jama'a)

5,925,668
ISO 3166-2 NG-BO

Jihar Borno jiha ce a ƙasar Najeriya. Tana da yawan fili kimanin kilomita murabba’i 57,799 da yawan jama’a miliyan biyar da dubu dari tara da ashirin da biyar da dari shida sittin da takwas (ƙidayar yawan jama'a shekara 2006). Babban birnin tarayyar jahar ita ce Maiduguri. Kashim Shettima shi ne gwamnan jihar tun zaben shekara ta 2015 har zuwa yau. Mataimakin gwamnan shi ne Usman Mamman Durkwa. Dattijan jihar su ne: Yusuf Buratai, Baba Garba, Ali Madu Sheriff, Muhammad Indimi, Abba Kyari da Mohammed Ali Ndume.

Jihar Borno tana da iyaka da misalin jihhohi uku ne: Jihar Adamawa, Jihar Gombe kuma da Jihar Yobe, sannan ta hadu da kasashe uku wadanda suka hada da Jamhoriyar Nijar, Kamaru da Chadi.

Kananan Hukumomin Borno[gyara sashe | Gyara masomin]

Jihar Borno nada kananan hukumomi guda 27. Sune:[1]

  1. Abadam
  2. Askira/Uba
  3. Baga
  4. Bama
  5. Bayo
  6. Biu
  7. Chibok
  8. Damboa
  9. Dikwa
  10. Gubio
  11. Guzamala
  12. Gwoza
  13. Hawul
  14. Jere
  15. Kaga
  16. Kala/Balge
  17. Kwaya kusar
  18. Konduga
  19. Kukawa
  20. Mafa
  21. Magumeri
  22. Maiduguri
  23. Marte
  24. Mobbar
  25. Monguno
  26. Nganzai
  27. Shani



Jihohin Najeriya
Babban birnin tarayyar (Abuja) | Abiya | Adamawa | Akwa Ibom | Anambra | Bauchi | Bayelsa | Benue | Borno | Cross River | Delta | Ebonyi | Edo | Ekiti | Enugu | Gombe | Imo | Jigawa

Kaduna | Kano | Katsina | Kebbi | Kogi | Kwara | Lagos | Nasarawa | Neja | Ogun | Ondo | Osun | Oyo | Plateau | Rivers | Sokoto | Taraba | Yobe | Zamfara

  1. Nigeria (2000). Nigeria: a people united, a future assured. 2, State Surveys (Millennium ed.). Abuja, Nigeria: Federal Ministry of Information. p. 106. ISBN 9780104089.