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  1. Nigeria Current Affairs 2020 Quiz
  2. List of Current Ministers in Nigeria 2020
  3. List of Nigeria Current Affairs 2020
  4. Nigerian Acronyms and their Meanings
  5. More Nigeria Current Affairs 2020 Questions and Answers
  6. Nigeria Current Affairs for Government Structure
  7. List of Current Governors and Deputy Governors of Nigeria’s 36 States
  8. Nigeria’s 36 States and Capitals
  9. Download Nigeria Current Affairs 2020 Questions and Answers PDF

Nigeria Current Affairs 2020 Quiz Questions and Answers PDF Categories

  1. General topics
  2. People and culture
  3. Government structure
  4. History
  5. Acronyms
  6. World

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Full List of Current Ministers in Nigeria 2020 – Carbinets of Nigeria

PortfolioIncumbentTerm
President
Commander-in-chief of the Nigerian Armed Forces
Minister of Petroleum
Muhammadu Buhari2015–
Vice PresidentYemi Osinbajo2015–
Minister of Justice
Attorney General
Abubakar Malami2015–
Minister of Foreign AffairsGeoffrey Onyeama2015–
Minister of Finance, Budget and National PlanningZainab_Ahmed2018–
Minister of DefenceBashir Salihi Magashi2019–
Minister of EducationAdamu Adamu2015–
Minister of Industry, Trade and InvestmentRichard Adeniyi Adebayo2019–
Minister of Labour and EmploymentChris Ngige2015–
Minister of Federal Capital TerritoryMohammed Musa Bello2015–
Minister of Science and TechnologyOgbonnaya Onu2015–
Minister of Mines and Steel DevelopmentOlamilekan Adegbite2019–
Minister of InteriorRauf Aregbesola2019–
Minister Of State for Budget and National PlanningClement Agba2019–
Minister of Works and HousingBabatunde Fashola2015–
Minister of Agriculture and Rural DevelopmentSabo Nanono2019–
Minister of TransportationRotimi Amaechi2015–
Minister of PowerSaleh Mamman2019–
Minister of HealthOsagie Ehanire2019–
Minister of Women AffairsPaulen Tallen2019–
Minister of Niger DeltaGodswill Akpabio2019–
Minister of Information and CultureLai Mohammed2015–
Minister of EnvironmentMuhammad Mahmood2019-
Minister of Water ResourcesSuleiman Adamu2019–
Minister of Youth and SportsSunday Dare2019–
Minister for AviationSirika Hadi2015–
Minister of State for EnvironmentSharon Ikeazor2019–
Minister of State for Foreign AffairsZubair Dada2019–
Minister of State for Mines and Steel DevelopmentIkechukwu Ogah2019–
Minister of State for HealthAdeleke Mamora2019–
Minister of State for Labour and EmploymentFestus Keyamo2019–
Minister of State for PowerGoddy Jedy Agba2019–
Minister of State for Works and HousingAbubakar D. Aliyu2019–
Minister of State for EducationChukwuemeka Nwajiuba2015–
Minister of State for Agriculture and Rural DevelopmentMustapha Baba Shehuri2019–
Minister of State for Niger DeltaTayo Alasoadura2019
Minister of Police AffairsMaigari Dingyadi2019–
Minister for CommunicationAli Isa Pantami2019–
Minister of State for Industry, Trade and InvestmentMaryam Katagum2019–
Minister of State for PetroleumTimipre Sylva2019–
Minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Disaster Management and Social DevelopmentSadiya Umar Faruk2019–
Minister of State for TransportationGbemisola Saraki2019–
Minister of Special Duties and International AffairsGeorge Akume2019–
Minister of State for Federal Capital TerritoryRamatu Tijani2019–
Minister of State for Science and TechnologyMohammed Abdullahi2019–

List of Nigeria Current Affairs 2020 Questions and Answers PDF

Question: CBN Governor
Answer: Godwin Emefiele

Question: Who formed the first political party in Nigeria?
Answer: Herbert Macauly

Question: What was the first political party in Nigeria?
Answer: Nigerian National Democratic party (NNDP)

Question: What does the eagle in the Nigerian coat of arm represent?
Answer: Strength

Question: What do the two horses on the Nigerian coat of arm
represent?
Answer: Dignity

Question: What was the black shield in the Nigerian coat of arm stand
for?
Answer: Nigerian’s fertile soil

Question: What does the white colour in Nigerian flag stand for?
Answer: Peace

Question: What does the green colour in Nigerian flag represent?
Answer: Forests and abundant natural wealth of Nigeria

Question: Nigeria is divided into how many geopolitical zones?
Answer: Six (6) geopolitical zones

Question: What was the first capital city in Nigeria?
Answer: Calabar

Question: Capital of Nigeria
Answer: Abuja

Question:. Who is the current Nigerian Deputy Senate president?

Ans: Obarisi Ovie Omo-Agege

Question: What is the name of Nigerian senior national team in
football (men team)?
Answer: Super Eagles

Question: When did Nigerian Golden eaglets win the world under-17
FIFA world cup
Answer: 1985, 1993, 2007, 2013

Question: Who was the first female vice chancellor in Nigerian
university?
Answer: Grace Alele Williams

Question: Who gave Nigeria her name?
Answer: Flora Shaw

Question: Who designed the Nigerian flag?
Answer: Michael Taiwo Akinkunmi

Question: Who was the first man to buy a car in Nigeria?
Answer: Bob Jensen

Question: Who was the first woman to buy a car in Nigeria?
Answer: Funmilayo Ransome Kuti

Question: Which was the first TV station in Nigeria?
Answer: Western Nigerian Government Broadcasting Corporation
(WNTV) in 1959

Question: When was Nigeria formed?
Answer: 1914

Nigerian Acronyms and their Meanings

  • FRSC: Federal Road Safety Commission
  • EFCC: Economic and Financial Crimes Commission
  • PDP: Peoples Democratic Party
  • 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
  • NAN: News Agency of Nigeria
  • NAFDAC: National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control
  • PENGASSAN: Petroleum and Natural Gas Senior Staff Association of Nigeria
  • NLC: Nigeria Labour Congress
  • NECON: National Election Commission of Nigeria
  • NUJ: Nigeria Union of Journalists
  • IMF: International Monetary Fund
  • ICPC: Independent Corrupt Practices Commission and Other Related Offenses
  • OPEC: Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
  • SARS: Special Anti Robbery Squad
  • OPC: Odua People’s Congress
  • ECOWAS: Economic Community of West African States
  • NANS: National Association of Nigeria Student
  • BCOS: Broadcasting Corporation of Oyo State
  • NASU: Non Academic Staff Union
  • NDA: Nigeria Defense Academy
  • ECOMOG: Economic Community of West African States Monitoring Group
  • SAN: Senior Advocate of Nigeria
  • GSM: Global System of Mobile Commission
  • FIFA: Federation of International Football Association
  • CAN: Christian Association of Nigeria
  • NPA: Nigeria Police Force
  • OPEC: Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries
  • BBC: British Broadcasting Corporation
  • UNESCO: United Nation Education Scientific and Cultural
  • WHO: World Health Organization
  • ILO: International Labour Organization
  • ITF: Industrial Training Fund
  • IMF: International Monetary Fund
  • NUPENG: National Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas
  • NBA: Nigeria Bar Association
  • NUT: Nigeria Union of Teachers
  • WAEC: West Africa Examination Council
  • NYSC: National Youth Service Corps
  • AAWUN: Agricultural and Allied Workers Union of Nigeria
  • SSS: State Security Service
  • NITEL: Nigerian Telecommunications Limited
  • AAAN: Association of Advertising Agencies of Nigeria
  • AEDC: Abuja Electricity Distribution Company
  • ICJ: International Court of Justice
  • AFRC: Armed Forces Ruling Council
  • AIG: Assistant Inspector General
  • AU: African Union
  • UCH: University College Hospital
  • LUTH: Lagos State Teaching Hospital
  • GCE: General Certificate of Education
  • UNICEF: United Nations International Children Emergency Fund
  • NICON: National Insurance Corporation of Nigeria
  • NIPOST: Nigeria Postal Services and Telecommunication
  • NURTW: National Union of Road and Transport Workers
  • NGO: Non-Governmental Organization
  • SWAN: Sports Writers association of Nigeria
  • NEPAD: New Partnership for Africa’s Development

More Nigeria Current Affairs 2020 Questions and Answers (1960 Till Date)

Question: Where was crude oil first discovered in Nigeria?
Answer: Oloibiri Oilfield, located in Oloibiri in Ogbia LGA of
Bayelsa State

Question: Who was the first Nigerian to become a Noble Laureate?
Answer: Wole Soyinka

Question: Who is the Nigerian current speaker of house of Assembly?
Answer: Femi Gbajabiamila

Question: What is the premier university in Nigeria?
Answer: University of Ibadan

Question: Who is the minister for education in Nigeria?
Answer: Adamu Adamu

Question: Who is the current chief justice of Nigeria?
Answer: Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad

Question: When did Nigeria have her independent?
Answer: 1st October 1960

Question: When Nigeria did become a republic?
Answer: 1st October 1963

Question: When was the first military coup carried out in Nigeria?
Answer: 1966

Question: How many local Government do we have in Nigeria?
Answer: 774

Question: Who is the first Nigerian president?
Answer: Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe

Question: Who was Nigerian first executive president?
Answer: Alhaji Shehu Aliyu Shagari

Question: Who was the Nigerian first prime minister?
Answer: Abubakar Tafawa Balewa

Question: What is the largest continent in the world?
Answer: ASIA with population of 3,641,000,000 while Australia &
Oceania is the smallest continent

Question: What are the five Oceans in the world?
Answer: Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Southern
Ocean, Arctic Ocean

Question: What is the full meaning of UNICEF?
Answer: United Nations International Children’s Emergency
Fund

Question: Who is the current Senate President in Nigeria?
Answer: Sen. Ahmed Ibrahim Lawan

Question: Which country’s flag is called the Union Jack?
Answer: Great Britain

Question: What is centenary?
Answer: 100 years

Question: What is Nigeria?
Answer: Nigeria officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a federal
constitutional republic comprising 36 states and its Federal Capital
Territory, Abuja. Nigeria is located in West Africa and shares land
borders with the Republic of Benin in the west, Chad and
Cameroon in the east, and Niger in the north.

Question: Nigeria’s Chief of Defence Staff
Answer: General Abayomi Gabriel Olonishakin

Question: Who is Nigeria’s Chief of Army Staff?
Answer: Lt-General T.Y. Buratai

Question: Who is Nigeria’s Chief of Naval Staff?
Answer: Vice Admiral Ibok-Ete Ekwe Ibas

Question: Who is Nigeria’s Chief of Air Staff?
Answer: Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria

Question:. Who is the current INEC chairman?

Answer: Mahmood Yakubu

Question: Who is the current NAFDAC Director General?
Answer: Olusola Adeyeye

Question: Who is the current Inspector General of police?
Answer: IGP Mohammed Adamu

Question: Current chairman of the African Union
Answer: Abdel Fattah el-Sisi

Question: Who is the secretary General of the united nations
Answer: António Guterres

Question: Mention five rivers in Nigeria that share their names with a
state.
Answer: Rivers – Benue, Niger, Osun, Kaduna, Ogun, Sokoto, Cross
River, Imo

Question: What does the eagle in the Nigerian coat of arm represent?
Answer: Strength

Question: Mention 5 past senate presidents of Nigeria.
Answer: Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe, Evan Enwerem, Chuba Okadigbo,
Anyim Pius Anyim, Adolphus Wabara, Ken Nnamani, David Mark

Question: What do the two horses on the Nigerian coat of arm
represent?
Answer: Dignity

Question: What was the black shield in the Nigerian coat of arm stand
for?
Answer: Nigerian’s fertile soil

Question: What does the white colour in Nigerian flag stand for?
Answer: Peace

Question: What does the green colour in Nigerian flag represent?
Answer: Forests and abundant natural wealth of Nigeria

Question: Who is the current minister of finance?
Answer: Zainab Shamsuna Ahmed

Question: Who is the current minister of defence?
Answer: Monsur Dan-Ali

Question: Nigeria is divided into how many geopolitical zones?
Answer: Six (6) geopolitical zones

Question: What was the first capital city in Nigeria?
Answer: Calabar

Question: Who is the current minister of FCT?
Answer: Muhammadu Bello

Question: When did Nigerian Golden eaglets win the world under-17
FIFA world cup
Answer: 1985, 1993, 2007, 2013, 2015

Question: Which country won the 2019 world cup?
Answer: France

Question: Where was crude oil first discovered in Nigeria?
Answer: Oloibiri Oilfield, located in Oloibiri in Ogbia LGA of
Bayelsa State Question:. Who was the first Nigerian to become a
Noble Laureate?

Question: Who is the minister for petroleum resources in Nigeria?
Answer: President Muhammudu Buhari

Question: When was the Nigerian Naira introduced?
Answer: 1st January 1973

Question: What are the five largest Oceans in the world?

Answer: Pacific Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Southern
Ocean, Arctic Ocean

Question: What is the full meaning of UNICEF?
Answer: United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund

Question: When were the currency notes introduced?
Answer: 100 naira:1999, 200 naira in 2000, 500 naira in 2001 and
1000 naira on October 12, 2005

Question: How many ministers do we have in Nigeria?
Answer: 38

Question: With which countries does Nigeria share boundaries?
Answer: Nigeria is located in West Africa and shares land borders with
the Republic of Benin in the west, Chad and Cameroon in the east,
and Niger in the north

Question: Representative democracy is best characteristic by
Answer: free elections and proper registers of voters

Question: While political partial parties aim at forming a government
pressure groups aim at
Answer: influencing governmental decisions

Question: When the electorate vote for representatives who is turn
vote on their behalf we say it is
Answer: an indirect election

Question: An election which is conducted to fill a vacant seat in a
legislature is called a
Answer: by election

Question: Which of these countries does NOT operate a federal
constitution
Answer: France

Question: The major advantage of the secret ballot is that
Answer: it ensures the anonymity of each voter

Question: In a one party state
Answer: the ruling party is the only legal party

Question: A cabinet system of government is practiced in
Answer: Britain and Canada

Question: A proclamation by the head of state ending a session of
parliament is called
Answer: a dissolution

Question: The constitution of the federal republic of Nigeria
Answer: promotes unity of diversity

Question: The transfer of authority to local government council is
known as
Answer: delegation

Question: The principle of anonymity of civil servants means that they
Answer: are credited or blamed for any thing they do

Question: The six registered political parties in Nigeria in 1982 were
Answer: UPN, GNPP, NAP, PRP, NPP, NPN,

Question: Which of the following is NOT a pressure group in Nigeria
Answer: farmers

Question: The N.C.N.C sent a delegation to London in 1947 to protest
against the
Answer: Richards constitution

Question: A popular principle of colonial administration in British
west Africa was
Answer: indirect rule

Question: The first governor-general of colonial Nigeria was
Answer: lord Lugard

Question: The first military government in Nigeria was headed by
Answer: General Agunyi Ironsi

Question: The first general election in Nigeria was hold in
Answer: 1959

Question: The supreme organ of the U.N O is the
Answer: general assembly

Question: Traditional rulers were restricted to ceremonial rules by the
local government reforms of
Answer: 1976

Question: A parliamentary system, who ensures that members are in
the house to vote on major issues
Answer: Whip

Question: A system in which no single person serves as the chief
executive is known as
Answer: Parliamentary

Question: A social system in which power is derived from control over
land is called
Answer: Feudalism

Question: “Rule of Law” refers to situation in which
Answer: Laws are supreme

Question: An important principle of the civil service is
Answer: Anonymity

Question: Which of these constitution recognized local government as
the third tier of government
Answer: the 1979 constitution

Question: A condition for judicial independence is the appointment of
judges by the
Answer: Judicial service Commission

Question: The minorities Commission appointed in Nigeria in 1957
recommend that
Answer: More states should be created in the federation

Question: The second military coup in Nigeria took place on
Answer: July 29, 1966

Question: One of these was in existence before the outbreak of the
second world war
Answer: The League of Nations

Question: An important advantage of creating more constitution in a
federal state is to
Answer: Enhance the People participation

Question: Under the Presidential system
Answer: c. The president may come from any of the parties

Question: Public opinion is important because it
Answer: Lets government know what the people want

Question: Bicameral legislature exists
Answer: To prevent the concentration of power on legislative house

Question: Africans were first elected to the legislative council in
British West Africa in
Answer: Ghana

Question: One of the functions of the Ministry of external affairs is the
Answer: Promotion of national interests

Question: The leader of the Northern People’s congress was
Answer: Ahmadu Bello

Question: The idea of democracy started with the
Answer: The earliest democracy in the world began with the work of a
man named Cleisthenes, in Athens (Greece), in 510 BC.

Question: In the Marxist theory, those who live by selling their labour
are called
Answer: Proletariats

Question: Which of the following is NOT an acceptable means of
achieving democracy?
Answer: Riots 22 The branch of government responsible for
implementing laws is the

Question: In a democracy, sovereignty is vested in
Answer: The community

Question: Universal Adult Suffrage means all
Answer: Qualified citizens can vote

Question: A bill that applies to the whole population and is intended
to promote the general welfare is called
Answer: An Appropriation bill

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Nigeria Current Affairs 2020 Questions and Answers PDF for Government Structure

Question: Top offices and office holders
Answer: 1. The First Citizen in Nigeria: This position is held by the
President who is elected and occupies the highest seat in the land.
His position as the number one citizen in Nigeria is outlined in the
constitution.
Nigeria’s president is: Muhammadu Buhari
2. The Second Citizen in Nigeria: This position is held by the
Vice President who is the number two citizen in Nigeria.
Nigeria’s vice president is: Prof. Yemi Osinbajo
3. The Third Citizen: The Senate president holds this position as
the number three citizen in the hierarchy of leadership structure in
Nigeria. He is the head of the National Assembly and presides over
the upper chambers of the legislative arm of government.
Nigeria’s senate president is: Abubakar Bukola Saraki
4. The Fourth Citizen: The number four citizen in Nigeria is
occupied by the speaker of the house of representative. He presides

over the lower chamber of the legislative arm of government.
Nigeria’s speaker of the house of representative is: Yakubu
Dogara

Question: 3 arms of Nigerian government
Answer: The three arms of the federal government of Nigeria are the:
– executive
– legislature
– judiciary.
The executive power is exercised by the government. Legislative
power is held by the real government and the two chambers of the
legislature: the House of Representatives and the Senate. Together,
the two chambers make up the law-making body in Nigeria, called
the National Assembly, which serves as a check on the executive
arm of government. The highest judiciary arm of government in
Nigeria is the Supreme Court of Nigeria which was created after
independence.

Question: Senate of Nigeria
Answer: Nigeria has 109 senators. The 36 states are each divided in 3
senatorial districts each electing one senator; the Federal Capital
Territory elects only one senator.

Question: Nigeria National Assembly
Answer: The National Assembly of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is
a bicameral legislature established under section 4 of the Nigerian
Constitution. It consists of a Senate with 109 members and a 360-
member House of Representatives. Nigeria National Assembly of
Nigeria, modeled after the federal Congress of the United States,
has among its functons to guarantee equal representation of the 36
states of Nigeria irrespective of size in the Senate and proportional
representation of population in the House.

Question: House of Representatives
Answer: The House of Representatives is the lower house of Nigeria’s
bicameral National Assembly. The Senate is the upper house.
The current House of Representatives has a total of 360 members
who are elected in single-member constituencies using the simple
majority (or first-past-the-post) system. Just like the governors and
most political positions in Nigeria, House Members serve four-year
terms. The Speaker of the Nigerian House of Representatives
is the presiding officer of the house.

Question: Coat of arms of Nigeria
Answer: In the coat of arms of Nigeria,
The black shield with a wavy white p all symbolizes the meeting of
the Niger and Benue Rivers at Lokoja,

The black shield represents Nigeria’s fertile soil,
The two supporting horses or chargers on each side represent
dignity,
The eagle represents strength,
The green and white bands on the top of the shield represent the
rich soil.
The red flowers at the base are Costus spectabilis, Nigeria’s
national flower. This flower was chosen for inclusion in the coat of
arms as it is found all over Nigeria and also stand for the beauty of
the nation.
Then around the base is Nigeria’s national motto: “Unity and Faith,
Peace and Progress” (formerly “Peace, Unity, Freedom”).

Question: Nigeria’s national motto
Answer: Nigeria’s national motto is “Unity and Faith, Peace and
Progress” (formerly “Peace, Unity, Freedom”).

Question: Military ranks of Nigeria
Answer:
Military ranks of Nigeria – Army Ranks
Note: These ranks are in ascending order. That is, from lowest
ranks at the top to highest rank at the bottom.
11. Second Lieutenant
10. First Lieutenant
9. Captain

8. Major
7. Lieutenant Colonel
6. Colonel
5. Brigadier General
4. Major General
3. Lieutenant General
2. General
1. Field Marshal
Military ranks of Nigeria – Army Ranks for non-commissioned
officers
Note: This ranks are in ascending order. That is, from lowest
ranks at top to highest rank at bottom.
8. Recruit
7. Private
6. Lance-c orporal
5. Corporal
4. Sergeant
3. Staff Ser geant
2. Warrant Office r Class II
1. Warrant Officer Class I
Military ranks of Nigeria – Navy Ranks
Note: This ranks are in ascending order. That is, from lowest
ranks at top to highest rank at bottom.
11. Midshipman
10. Sub lieutenan t
9. Lieutenant
8. Lieutenant commander
7. Commander

6. Captain
5. Commod ore
4. Rear admiral
3. Vice Admiral
2. Admiral
1. Admiral of the Fleet
Military ranks of Nigeria – Air force Ranks
Note: This ranks are in ascending order. That is, from lowest
ranks at top to highest rank at bottom.
11. Pilot Officer
10. Flying Officer
9. Flight Lieutenant
8. Squadron Leader
7. Wing Commander
6. Group Captain
5. Air Commodore
4. Air Vice-Marshal
3. Air Marshal
2. Air Chief Marshal
1. Marshal of the Air Force

List of Current Governors and Deputy Governors of Nigeria’s 36 States

StateCurrent GovernorDeputy GovernorPartyElected
Abia StateOkezie IkpeazuUde Oko ChukwuPDP2019
Adamawa StateAhmadu Umaru FintiriCrowther SethPDP2019
Akwa Ibom StateUdom Gabriel EmmanuelMoses EkpoPDP2019
Anambra StateWillie ObianoDr. Nkem OkekeAPGA2014
Bauchi StateBala MuhammedBaba TelaPDP2019
Bayelsa StateHenry DicksonGboribiogha John JonahPDP2012
Benue StateSamuel OrtomBenson AbounuPDP2015
Borno StateBabaGana UmaraUmar Usman KadafurAPC2019
Cross River StateBenedict AyadeIvara EsuPDP2019
Delta StateIfeanyi OkowaKingsley OtuaroPDP2019
Ebonyi StateDave UmahiEric Kelechi IgwePDP 
Edo StateGodwin ObasekiPhilip ShaibuAPC2016
Ekiti StateKayode FayemiBisi EgbeyemiAPC 
Enugu StateIfeanyi UgwuanyiCecilia EzeiloPDP2019
Gombe StateMuhammad Inuwa YahayaManasseh Daniel JatauAPC2019
Imo StateChukwuemeka IhediohaIrona AlphonsusPDP2019
Jigawa StateBadaru AbubakarUmar Alhaji NamadiAPC2019
Kaduna StateNasir Ahmad el-RufaiYusuf Barnabas BalaAPC2019
Kano StateAbdullahi Umar GandujeHafiz AbubakarAPC2015
Katsina StateAminu Bello MasariMannir YakubuAPC2019
Kebbi StateAbubakar Atiku BaguduSamaila Yombe DabaiAPC2019
Kogi StateYahaya BelloEdward OnojaAPC2016
Kwara StateAbdulRahman AbdulRasaqKayode AlibiAPC2019
Lagos StateBabajide Sanwo-OluKadri Obafemi HamzatAPC2019
Nasarawa StateAbdullahi SuleEmmanuel Agbadu AkabeAPC2019
Niger StateAbubakar Sani BelloAhmed Muhammad KetsoAPC 
Ogun StateDapo AbiodunSalako-Oyedele Noimot OlurotimiAPC2019
Ondo StateOluwarotimi Odunayo AkeredoluAgboola AjayiAPC2017
Osun StateAdegboyega OyetolaGboyega AlabiAPC2018
Oyo StateOluwaseyi MakindeEngr. Rauf Aderemi OlaniyanPDP2019
Plateau StateSimon LalongSonni Gwanle TyodenAPC2015
Rivers StateEzenwo Nyesom WikeIpalibo BanigoPDP2019
Sokoto StateAminu Waziri TambuwalAlhaji Mannir Dan’IyaPDP2019
Taraba StateArch. Darius IshakuHaruna ManuPDP2019
Yobe StateMai Mala BuniIdi Barade GubanaAPC2019
Zamfara StateBello MatawalleMahdi Aliyu GusauPDP2019

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Nigeria’s 36 States and Capitals

S.NoStateCapital
1AbiaUmuahia
2AdamawaYola
3Akwa IbomUyo
4AnambraAwka
5BauchiBauchi
6BayelsaYenagoa
7BenueMakurdi
8BornoMaiduguri
9Cross RiverCalabar
10DeltaAsaba
11EbonyiAbakaliki
12EdoBenin City
13EkitiAdo- Ekiti
14EnuguEnugu
15GombeGombe
16ImoOwerri
17JigawaDutse
18KadunaKaduna
19KanoKano
20KatsinaKatsina
21KebbiBirnin Kebbi
22KogiLokoja
23KwaraIlorin
24LagosIkeja
25NasarawaLafia
26NigerMinna
27OgunAbeokuta
28OndoAkure
29OsunOshogbo
30OyoIbadan
31PlateauJos
32RiversPort Harcourt
33SokotoSokoto
34TarabaJalingo
35YobeDamaturu
36ZamfaraGusau

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