Nasarawa

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Jihar Nasarawa
Sunan barkwancin jiha: Gidan ma'adanai.
Wuri
Wurin Jihar Nasarawa cikin Nijeriya.
Ƙidaya
Harsuna Turanci, Hausa, Fulani da dai sauransu
Gwamna Abdullahi Sule (APC)
An kirkiro ta 1996
Baban birnin jiha Lafia
Iyaka 27,117 km²
Mutunci
2006 (ƙidayar yawan jama'a)

1,869,377
ISO 3166-2 NG-NA
Lambar motar Nasarawa
logon hoton jihar Nasarawa
File:Engineer AA Sule.jpg
A Sule Gwamnan jihar nasarawa

Jihar Nasarawa jiha ce dake a Arewa ta tsakiyar ƙasar Najeriya. Tana da yawan fili kimanin kilomita arabba’in 27,117 da yawan jama’a miliyan ɗaya da dubu ɗari takwas da sittin da tara da ɗari uku da saba'in da bakwai (ƙidayar shelara ta 2006). Babban birnin tarayyar jihar ita ce Lafia. Abdullahi Sule, shi ne gwamnan jihar tun zaɓen shekara ta 2011 har zuwa yau. Mataimakin gwamnan shi ne Emmanuel Akabe. Dattijai a jihar sun haɗa: Philip Aruwa Gyunka, Abdullahi Adamu da Suleman Asonya Adokwe.

Hanyar iyakar abuja da kuma keffi nasarawa state

Jihar Nasarawa tana da iyaka da jihohi huɗu: Plateau, Kogi, Taraba, Benue da Abuja.

Ƙananan hukumomi[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

Jihar Nasarawa nada adadin ƙananan hukumomi guda goma sha uku (13), ga kowanensu tare da adadin yawan Mutanen dake a Ƙaramar hukumar. (Ƙidayar ahekara ta 2006)[1]:

Shiyar Sanata ta Yamma a Nasarawa 716,802 Shiyar Sanata ta Arewa a Nasarawa 335,453 Shiyar Sanata ta Kudu a Nasarawa 811,020
Karu 205,477 Akwanga 113,430 Awe 112,574
Keffi 92,664 Nasarawa Egon 149,129 Doma 139,607
Kokona 109,749 Wamba 72,894 Keana 79,253
Nasarawa 189,835 Lafia 330,712
Toto 119,077 Obi 148,874


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

Anazarci[gyara sashe | gyara masomin]

  1. 2006 Population Census, Federal Republic of Nigeria, National Bureau of Statistics. Archived from the original Archived 2007-07-04 at the Wayback Machine on 2009-03-25.