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Lagos State

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Lagos State
state of Nigeria
Inception27 ochu ekelu 1967 Nwọ́che
Native labelLagos State, Ìpínlẹ̀ Èkó Nwọ́che
Named afterLagos Nwọ́che
Official languageEnglish Nwọ́che
ContinentAfrica Nwọ́che
CountryNigeria Nwọ́che
CapitalIkeja Nwọ́che
Located in the administrative territorial entityNigeria Nwọ́che
Located in time zoneUTC+01:00 Nwọ́che
Located in or next to body of waterGulf of Guinea, Lagos Lagoon Nwọ́che
Coordinate location6°35′0″N 3°45′0″E Nwọ́che
Office held by head of governmentLagos State Governor Nwọ́che
Head of governmentBabajide Sanwo-Olu Nwọ́che
Executive bodyLagos State Executive Council Nwọ́che
Legislative bodyLagos State House of Assembly Nwọ́che
Shares border withOgun State, Ouémé Department Nwọ́che
Language usedEnglish Nwọ́che
Official websitehttps://lagosstate.gov.ng/ Nwọ́che
Category for mapsCategory:Maps of Lagos State, Nigeria Nwọ́che
Map

Lagos State chi state ka ki di efu àm state ogwu meji nyo mégwéfa ojane Nigeria. Efu ami state ogwu meji nyo mégwéfa chakadu ki di ojanẹ Nigeria Lagos state oñwu amonẹ wéwé tule ma nyu oñwu anẹ ñwu dẹ kekele tule.ojane omune ki ma di ojane Nigerian ñw ku ma do oduñw kó Country Benin di iba Lagos State ejuọwọ south, efí éwo Benin ñwo di iba Lagos gẹ. Lagos State ñwo di iba Ogun State. Lagos state chi state ki amonẹ wewe tule ojanẹ Africa—abo ku ma nyi Lagos State kwo chi Western Region kpai Federal Capital Territory eko igbele ojo ko'òchu ekelu nolu ogwu ñyọwọ mebie efu ọdọ 1967.

Omi Aji naga Ojane wewe tule. Aji ki nana tule lagos chi aji Lagos kpai Lekki lagoons, aji Ogun kpai Osun acha ru efu aji Lagos Ami ẹla wewe defu efeko ki di iba lagos ami ẹla ki do mo chi oge, babun etc. Efi omi aji Lagos ami ẹja dọmọ manyi ami ọñyẹ gẹ.

Amonẹ wewe di efí ewo Lagos State, Ichi ki di lagos ki chi ogbogaga chi Yoruba, abo ewe kpai ogu ñwọ di Lagos gẹ. Amonẹ wewe ñwọ kwi Ojanẹ kpali wi Lagos ami ichi ki wa dodo lagos chi Edo, Fulani, Hausa, Igbo, Ijaw, Ibibio, Nupe, kpai ami ichi wewe, ami onẹ ku ma kwi Ojanẹ omunẹ ñwọ wa dodo efí ewo Lagos . Abo ku ma wa dodo Lagos gẹ chi Saro (Sierra Leonean), Amaro (Brazilian),Syrian, Lebanese[1] Benin Republic, China, Ghana, India, Togo, kpai United Kingdom.[2][3][4][5] AMi akpa ami agbọla-ọjọ kpai amajọdẹ ñwọ di efewo lagos gẹ.[6]

Ọgba ta ki ami ẹnẹfu w'ojanẹ Nigeria ukọlọ abo Lagos chi ẹja ekpa.[7][8][9][10]

Ola Igbele[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Odu ku ma di Lagos akwobi chi Emo ka ki abo Portuguese nwa di du nwi Lagos name dọ Lagos had been adopted,Abo ku ma do ka kinii ma di Eko chi abo ku ma dodo Island. Ẹnẹ ejodudu ki chanẹ kwi EKo chi Aworis efi 15th century ẹnẹ ekeji chi Binis efi 16th century. Abo Benin kpai abo Aworis juja abo Benin Empire.[11] Ugbo ki abo Awori kwo ta ku ma wi lagos adodo kpai akpeja chi Ile-Ife.[12][13]

Efu ọdọ 1760 Abo Portuguese mi odu Lagos du ñwi efewo lagos ugbo ku ma di odu le kwo chi Southern Portugal ọmọ ma ni Port ku ma du chi slave trade.[14] Efu Ọdọ 1861, Oba Docemo mi ọwọ du ti ọtakada kakini Lagos defu ami British Colony.[15]

Chair market in Badagry, 1910

Alu ki Nigeria gbi Indipendence[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Ma fi ewo Lagos State yi ojo ko'òchu ẹkẹlu nolu ogwu ñyọ mebie efu ọdọ 1967 dabalu Kuma ka[16] iko lẹ, ami state ki di Ojanẹ Nigeria chi ẹgweji .[17].[17] Ugwẹta Lagos chi Ikeja, ami ewo ki ami western region government nyi Ojanẹ lagos gẹ chi Agege, Mushin, Ikorodu, Epe, Surulere, kpai Badagry.[17]

Governor[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu, Governor of Lagos State

Odu Govonor lagos State Abajọi chi Babajide Sanwo-Olu,

Uja ibe[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Aboji State lagos chi govonor abo ku ma chi Ukọlọ kpai govonor gẹgẹdẹ chi abo Ugbo ki chi aboji lagos chi Ikeja.[18]

Local Government Areas[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

State Lagos chẹkpẹ rẹlu i la chẹkpẹ ri local government ogwu:[19][nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

LGA name Ane(km2) Census 2006
Ukaluka Amone
Administrative capital Postal
code
Agege 11 459,939 Agege 100
Alimosho 185 1,277,714 Ikotun 100
Ifako-Ijaye 27 427,878 Ifako 100
Ikeja 46 313,196 Ikeja 100
Kosofe 81 665,393 Kosofe 100
Mushin 17 633,009 Mushin 100
Oshodi-Isolo 45 621,509 Oshodi/Isolo 100
Shomolu 12 402,673 Shomolu 101
Ikeja Division 424 4,801,311
Apapa 27 217,362 Apapa 101
Eti-Osa 192 287,785 Ikoyi 101
Lagos Island 9 209,437 Lagos Island 101
Lagos Mainland 19 317,720 Lagos Mainland 101
Surulere 23 503,975 Surulere 101
Lagos Division 270 1,542,279
Ajeromi-Ifelodun 12 684,105 Ajeromi/Ifelodun 102
Amuwo-Odofin 135 318,166 Festac Town 102
Ojo 158 598,071 Ojo 102
Badagry 441 241,093 Badagry 103
Badagry Division 746 1,841,435
Ikorodu 394 535,619 Ikorodu 104
Ikorodu Division 394 535,619
Ibeju-Lekki 455 117,481 Akodo[20] 105
Epe 1,185 181,409 Epe 106
Epe Division 1,640 298,890
Total 3,474 9,019,534 Ikeja

Ugbo uja ibe[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Ugbo ku ma chi uja ibe Lagos chẹko tọganẹ jọ i:

.[21]

LGA Wards
Agege Isale/Idimangoro; Iloro/Onipetesi; Oniwaya/Papa-Uku; Agbotikuyo/Dopemu; Oyewole/Papa Ashafa; Okekoto; Keke; Darocha; Tabon Tabon/Oko Oba; Orile Agege/Oko Oba; Isale Odo
Ajeromi/Ifelodun Ago Hausa; Awodi-Ora; Wilmer; Olodi; Tolu; Temidire I; Ojo Road; Layeni; Alaba Oro; Mosafejo; Temidire II
Alimosho Shasha/Akowonjo; Egbeda/Alimosho; Idimu/Isheri Olofin; Akesan; Ikotun/Ijegun; Egbe/Agodo; Igando/Egan; Ipaja North; Ipaja South; Ayobo/Ijon Village (Camp David); Pleasure/Oke-Odo; Abule-Egba/Aboru/Meiran/Alagbado
Amuwo-Odofin Amuwo-Odofin Housing Estate, Mile 2; Festac 1; Festac II; Kirikiri; Amuwo; Ijegun; Satellite; Irede; Ibeshe; Igbologun; Festac III
Apapa Apapa I (Marine Rd. and environs); Apapa II (Liverpool Rd. and environs); Apapa III (Creek Rd. Tincan/Snake Island; Apapa IV (Pelewura Crescent and environs); Ijora-Oloye; Olodan St. Olojowou St/Alh. Dogo Olatokunbo St. Iganmu; Gaskiya & environs; Afolabi Alasia Str. and environs; Malu Road and environs; Sari and environs
Badagry Posukoh; Awhanjigoh; Ibereko; Keta-East; Iworo Gbanko; Ajido; Ilogbo-Araromi; Ikoga; Ajara; Iya-Afin
Epe Etita/Ebode; Lagbade; Popo-Oba; Oke-Balogun; Ajaganabe; Ise/Igbogun; Oriba/Ladaba; Abomiti; Agbowa; Agbowa Ikosi; Ago Owu; Orugbo; Ilara; Ibonwon; Odoragunsin; Poka; Odomola; Ejirin; Itoikin
Eti-Osa Victoria Island I; Victoria Island II; Ilasan Housing Estate; Lekki/Ikate and environs; Ilado/Eti-Osa and environs; Ajah/Sangotedo; Ado/Langbasa/Badore; Ikoyi I; Ikoyi II; Obalende
Ibeju/Lekki Ibeju I; N2, (Ibeju II); Orimedu I; 02, (Orimedu II); 03, (Orimedu III); P1, (Iwerekun I); Iwerekun II; S1, (Lekki I); Lekki II; S2, (Siriwon/Igbekodo I); S,2a (Siriwon/Igbekodo II)
Ifako-Ijaye Ijaye; Old Ifako/Karaole; New Ifako/Oyemekun; Fagba/Akute Road; Iju Isaga; Iju-Obawole; Pamada/Abule-Egba; Ijaiye/Ojokoro; Ijaiye/Agbado/Kollington; Alakuko/Kollington; Ajegunle/Akinde/Animashaun
Ikeja Anifowoshe/Ikeja; Ojodu/Agidingbi/Omole; Alausa/Oregun/Olusosun; Airport/Onipetesi/Onilekere; Ipodo/Seriki Aro; Adekunle Vill./Adeniyi Jones/Ogba; Oke-Ira/Aguda; Onigbongbo/Military Cantonment; Gra/Police Barracks; Wasimi/Opebi/Allen
Ikorodu Isele I; Isele II; Isele III; Aga/Ijimu; Ipakodo; Imota 1; Imota II; Isiu; Igbogbo I; Igbogbo II; Baiyeku/Oreta; Ijede J; Ijede II; Agura/Iponmi; Odogunyan; Erikorodu; Agbala; Olorunda/Igbaga
Kosofe Oworonshoki; Ifako/Soluyi; Anthony/Ajao Estate/Mende/Maryland; Ojota/Ogudu; Ketu/Alapere/Agidi/Orisigun/Kosofe/Ajelogo/Akanimodo; Ikosi Ketu/Mile 12/Agiliti/Maidan; Isheri-Olowo-Ira/Shangisha/Magodo Phase I & II; Agboyi I; Agboyi II; Owode Onirin/Ajegunle/Odo-Ogun
Lagos Island Olowogbowo/Elegbata; Oluwole; Idumota/Oke; Oju-Oto; Oko-Awo; Agarawu/Obadina; Iduntafa; Ilupesi; Isale-Agbede; Olosun; Olushi/Kakawa; Popo-Aguda; Anikantamo; Oko-Faji; Eiyekole; Onikan; Sandgrouse; Epetedo; Lafiaji/Ebute
Lagos Mainland Otto/Iddo; Olaleye Village; Maroko/Ebute Metta; Oyingbo Market/Ebute Metta; Glover/Ebute Metta; Oko-Baba; Oyadiran Estate/Abule-Oja; Alagomeji; Iwaya; Yaba/Igbobi
Mushin Alakara; Idi-Oro/Odi-Olowu; Babalosa; Ojuwoye; Ilupeju; Olateju; Kayode/Fadeyi; Mushin/Atewolara; Papa-Ajao; Ilasamaja; Babalosa/Idi-Araba; Idi-Araba; Itire; Ilupeju Industrial Estate
Ojo Ojo Town; Okokomaiko; Ajangbadi; Ijanikin; Iba; Irewe; Tafi; Etegbin; Idoluwo; Sabo, Ojo barracks
Oshodi/Isolo Oshodi/Bolade; Orile-Oshodi; Isolo; Ajao Estate; Mafoluku; Sogunle; Sogunle/Alasia; Okota; Ishagatedo; Oke-Afa/Ejigbo
Somolu Onipanu; Palmgrove/Ijebutedo; Alade; Bajulaiye; Mafowoku/Pedro; Lad-Lak/Bariga; Ilaje/Akoka; Igbobi/Fadeyi; Fola Agoro/Bajulaiye/Igbari-Akoka; Gbagada Phase I Obanikoro/Pedro; Gbagada Phase II /Bariga/Apelehin; Abule-Okuta/Ilaje/Bariga
Surulere Orile; Aguda; Ijeshatedo; Akinhanmi/Cole; Yaba/Ojuelegba; Igbaja/Stadium; Shitta/Ogunlana Drive; Adeniran/Ogunsanya; Iponri Housing Estate/Eric Moore; Coker; Ikate; Baya-Oje; Igbon/Gambari; Iresaapa; Arolu; Iresaadu; Iregba; Iwofin; Ilajue; Mayin

Uñyi ukọchẹ Utọgba[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

[22]

  • Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education[23]
  • Anchor University[24]
  • Augustine University Ilara, Epe[25]
  • Caleb University[26]
  • Federal College of Education, Akoka[27]
  • Federal College of Fisheries and Marine Technology[28]
  • Lagos Business School[29]
  • Lagos City Polytechnic[30]
  • Lagos State College of Health Technology[31]
  • Lagos State University of Science and Technology[32]
  • Lagos State University[33]
  • Lagos State University College of Medicine[34]
  • Michael Otedola College of Primary Education[35]
  • National Open University of Nigeria, Lagos study centres[36]
  • Nigerian Institute of Journalism, Ogba[37]
  • Pan Atlantic University[38]
  • University of Lagos[39]
  • Yaba College of Technology[40]
  • Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education upgraded in 2022 now Lagos State University of Education[22][41]

Demographics[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Ami ichi ki n'ojanẹ Lagos chi ami yoruba, amonẹ wewe cha ñweju Ku ma dodo Ojanẹ lagos wewe, abo Ojanẹ nigeria, abo ku ma kw'ewo omunẹ.[43]

Abo ki ni lagos chi abo Awori, Ogu manyi Egun. Abo Egun chi Ikeja kpai Badagry ma jo ojile.[44]

Abo ku ma kwi Ikorodu kpai Epe ma dọ ma ki abo Ijebu[45] Ami Akpa, abo ku ma gbọla-ọjọ kpai ama achode di Lagos.[46]

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