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Languages Spoken In Each Of The 36 States Of Nigeria

Nigeria is Africa’s most populous country and it is blessed with diverse cultures, tribes and traditions. There are about 520 local languages in Nigeria of which nine of them are extinct. Some of the largest include Hausa, Igbo, Yoruba, Ijaw, Fulfulde, Ibibio, Edo, Kanuri and Urhobo.
Today we will be giving you a comprehensive list of the languages spoken in each state in Nigeria.

1. Abia State
Abia is a state in the south eastern part of Nigeria with administrative capital in the city of Umuahia.

Language spoken: Igbo

2. Adamawa State
Adamawa is a state in northeastern Nigeria, with its capital at Yola. In 1991, when Taraba State was carved out from Gongola State, the geographical entity Gongola State was renamed Adamawa State, with four administrative divisions: Adamawa, Ganye, Mubi and Numan.
Language spoken: Major languages of Adamawa State are Bacama/Bata (Bwatiye), Bura-Pabir, Fulfulde, Huba (Kilba), Longuda, Mumuye and Samba Daka. Most other languages in Adamawa State are extremely small and endangered minority languages, due to the influence of Hausa and Fulfulde. Holma is reported to be dying out.

3. Akwa Ibom State
The state is located in the South-South geopolitical zone, and is bordered on the east by Cross River State, on the west by Rivers State and Abia State, and on the south by the Atlantic Ocean and the southernmost tip of Cross River State. Akwa Ibom is one of Nigeria’s 36 states, with a population of over five million people

Language spoken: There are 20 languages spoken as first languages in Akwa Ibom State. The major languages are Anaang, Ibibio and Igbo. The other languages are minority languages.
Anaang, Ebughu, Efai, Ekit, Enwang, Etebi, Ibibio, Ibino, Ibuoro, Idere, Igbo, Ika, Iko, Ilue, Itu Mbon Uzo, Nkari, Obolo, Okobo, Oro, Uda

4. Anambra State
Anambra is a state in southeastern Nigeria. Its name was inspired by one of its Northern and riverine clans Anam but merged with “branch”.

Language spoken: Igala and Igbo are the major languages of Anambra state

5. Bauchi State
Bauchi State is a state in northern Nigeria. Its capital is the city of Bauchi. The state was formed in 1976 when the former North-Eastern State was broken up.

Language spoken: Hausa, Fulani, Warji, Gere, Bolewa, Zaar, Karekare, Kanuri, Butawa, Jarawa, Kirfi

6. Bayelsa State
Bayelsa is a state in southern Nigeria in the core Niger Delta region, between Delta State and Rivers State. Its capital is Yenagoa.

Language spoken: Biseni, Ekpeye, Engenn, Epie, Ijo, Izon, kugbo, Ogbia, Okodia, Oruma.

7. Benue State
Benue State is one of the North central states in Nigeria with it’s capital in Makurdi

Language spoken: There are 14 languages spoken as first languages is Benue State. The major languages are Idoma, Igede and Tiv. The other languages are minority languages. Some includes Akweya-Yachi, Etolu (Etilo), lgbo, Jukun, Ufia, Utonkong, Yalla

8. Borno State
Borno State is a state in north-eastern Nigeria. Its capital is Maiduguri. The state was formed in 1976 from the split of the North-Eastern State.

Language spoken: There are 28 (mostly Chadic) languages spoken as first languages in Borno State. Many of them are endangered due to the influence of Hausa and Kanuri. Major languages of Borno State are Shuwa Arabic, Kanuri, and Marghi. Some languages are spoken across the border in neighbouring Chad and Cameroon.

9. Cross River State
Cross River State is a coastal state in South Eastern Nigeria, named after the Cross River, which passes through the state.

Language spoken: 1. Efik 2. Ejagham(Ekoi) 3. Bekwarra 4. Yakuur Tribe 5. Boki Tribe 6. Agbo Tribe 7. Bahumono Tribe 8. Mbube Tribe 9. Mbembe Tribe 10. Ogoja people.

There are also many other minority tribes in Cross River state, whose origins and traditions are unknown but they mostly have their own LGAs. They include, the Ukelle, Etung, Anyima, Uyanga, Olulumo, Abayon, Ododop, Nkum, Nkim, Ikom and Akaju-Ndem amongst others. Cross River people are a very diverse people.

10. Delta State
Delta state is in South-South geo-political zone of Nigeria with a population of 4,112,445. Its capital is Asaba

Language spoken: Delta is quite ethnically diverse, and the beautiful tribes in Delta state include:
1. Urhobo 2. Itsekiri 3. Ijaw 4. Ukwani 5. Igbo (Delta Igbo), 6. Ika (@agbor) 7. Okpe 8. Okpe isoko 9. Isoko

11. Ebonyi State
Ebonyi State is in southeastern Nigeria. It is inhabited and populated primarily by the Igbo. Its capital and largest city is Abakaliki.

Language spoken: Ebonyi State is home to different sub-groups of the Igbo ethnic group. These include the Edda, the Ezza, the Izzi, and the Ikwo.

12. Enugu State
Enugu is a state in southeastern Nigeria, created in 1991 from part of the old Anambra State. Its capital and largest city is Enugu, from which the state derives its name.

Language spoken: Igbo, Idoma and Igala

13. Edo State
Edo State is in South South Geo-political zone of Nigeria with Benin City as its capital, the population of the entire state is approximately 8 million people.

Language spoken: the major tribal languages spoken in the state are Igarra, Edo, Etsako/Afemai, Esan and Okpamheri.

14. Ekiti State
Ekiti State is in Southwest region of Nigeria, declared a state on 1 October 1996 alongside five other states in the country by the then military government under head of state, General Sani Abacha

Language spoken: Ekitis are culturally homogeneous and they speak a dialect of Yoruba language known as Ekiti.

15. Gombe State
Gombe state located in the northeastern part of Nigeria, is one of the country’s 36 states; its capital is Gombe.

Language spoken: Gombe State comprises many tribal or ethnic groups among which are the Hausa, Tangale, Terawa, Waja, Kumo, Fulani, Kanuri, Bolewa, Jukun, Pero/Shonge, Tula, Cham, Lunguda, Dadiya, Banbuka etc. and Hausa is the common language of the people.

16. Imo State
Imo state is in southern Nigeria. Imo is bordered by the states of Anambra to the north, Abia (until 1991 part of Imo state) to the east, and Rivers to the south and west.

Language spoken: Igbo

17. Jigawa state
Jigawa is a state in northwestern Nigeria. Its capital is Dutse

Language spoken: The state is mainly populated by the Hausa, Fulani and the Mangawa, Badawa and Ngizimawa which are dialects of the kanuri language.

18. Kaduna State
Kaduna state is located at the northern part of Nigeria’s high plains. The vegetation cover is Sudan savannah characterized by scattered short trees, shrubs and grasses.

Language spoken: 1. Hausa 2. Gbagyi 3. Adara 4. Akurmi 5. Bajju 6. Bakulu 7. Gwandara 8. Atyab 9. Ham 10. Ninzo
Other Tribes In Kaduna State are
Anghan, Amo, Aruruma, Atachaat, Ayu, Bhazar, Bur, Binawa, Dingi, Fantswam, Fula, Gure, Gwong, Jangi, Kaibi, Kahugu, Kanufi, Kigono, Kinugu, Kitimi, Kiwafa, Kiwollo, Koro, Kuvori, Kuturmi, Lemoro, Mada (Mardan), Nandu, Nduyah, Numana, Nindem, Ningeshe, Ninkyop, Nyenkpa, Oegworok, Pikal, Pitti, Ribang, Rishuwa, Rumada, Ruruma, Rumayya, Shemawa, Sholio, Siyawa, Takad, Tarri, Tsam, Tuku.

19. Kano State
Kano State is a state located in Northern Nigeria. Created on May 27, 1967 from part of the Northern Region, Kano state borders Katsina State to the north-west, Jigawa State to the north-east, Bauchi State to the south-east and Kaduna State to the south-west. The capital of Kano

Language spoken: The official language of Kano State is Hausa language, but Fulani languages is commonly spoken.

20. Katsina State
Katsina is a state in North West zone of Nigeria. Its capital is Katsina

Language spoken: Hausa and Fulfulde.

21. Kebbi State
Kebbi is a state in north-western Nigeria with its capital at Birnin Kebbi. The state was created out of a part of Sokoto State in 1991.

Language spoken: Kebbi State has diverse ethnic groups, the dominant among which are Hausas, Fulanis, Kabawa, Dakarkaris, Kambaris,Gungawa, Dandawa, Zabarmawa, Dukawa, Fakkawa and Bangawa. These ethnic groups speak diverse languages and dialects, with the Hausa language spoken all over the state.

22. Kogi State
Kogi, is a state in the central region of Nigeria. It is popularly called the Confluence State because of the confluence of River Niger and River Benue at its capital, Lokoja, which is the first administrative capital of modern-day Nigeria.

Language spoken: There are three main ethnic groups and languages in Kogi: Igala, Ebira, and Okun (similar to Yoruba) with other minorities like Bassa, a small fraction of Nupe mainly in Lokoja, Gwari, Kakanda, Oworo people (similar to Yoruba), ogori magongo and the Eggan community under Lokoja Local Government.

23. Kwara State
Kwara is a state in Western Nigeria. Its capital is Ilorin. Kwara is located within the North Central geopolitical zone, commonly referred to as the Middle Belt.

Language spoken: Yoruba, Nupe, Bariba and Fulani

24. Lagos State
Lagos, sometimes referred to as Lagos State to distinguish it from Lagos Metropolitan Area, is a state in the southwestern geopolitical zone of Nigeria.

Language spoken: Yoruba

25. Nasarawa State
Nasarawa is a state in north central zone of Nigeria. Its capital is Lafia.

Language spoken: There are 29 languages spoken as first languages in Nasarawa State namely: agatu, ake, alago, arum-tesu, basa, basa-gumna, bu, duhwa, ebira, eggon. eloyi, gade, gbayi, gbari, goemai, gwandara, ham, hasha, kofyar, lijili, mada, mama, ninzam, numana-nunku-gwantu-numbu, nungu, tiv, toto, wapan, yeskwa. Major languages are Agatu, Basa, Eggon, Gbagyi, Gade, Goemai, Gwandara, Ham, Kofyar, and Lijili but the common language spoken among the people is Hausa.

26. Niger State
Niger State is a state in Central Nigeria and the largest state in the country. The state capital is Minna.

Language spoken: There are 38 languages spoken as first language in Niger State. Gbari, Gbagyi and Nupe are major languages. The other languages are minority languages, some of them extremely small and endangered. Basa-Kontagora is reported to be spoken by only ten people. Basa-Gumna is extinct.

27. Ogun State
Ogun State is a state in southwestern Nigeria. Created in 1976, it borders Lagos State to the south, Oyo and Osun states to the north, Ondo to the east and the Republic of Benin to the west. Abeokuta is the capital and largest city in the state.

Language spoken: The major language is Yoruba. Ogun however, has other dialects which include the following: Egba, Ijebu, Owu, Awori and Yewa.

28. Ondo State
Ondo or Ondo State is a state in Nigeria created on 3 February 1976 from the former Western State. It originally included what is now Ekiti State, which was split off in 1996. Akure is the state capital.

Language spoken: The State is dominated by Yorubas who speak various dialects of the Yoruba language such as the Akoko, Akure, Apoi, Idanre, Ikale, Ilaje, Ondo and the Owo and a minority speaking the Ijaw Language.

29. Osun State
Osun is an inland state in south-western Nigeria. Its capital is Osogbo. It is bounded in the north by Kwara State, in the east partly by Ekiti State and partly by Ondo State, in the south by Ogun State and in the west by Oyo State.

Language spoken: The major ethnic group in Osun state is Yoruba with sub-ethnic groups such as Ife, Ijesha, Oyo, Ibolo and Igbomina and there are also people from other parts of Nigeria.

30. Oyo State
Oyo state is an inland state in south-western Nigeria, with its capital at Ibadan.

Language spoken: The Yoruba language is the major language spoken in Oyo state.

31. Plateau State
Plateau state is located in central Nigeria on an area of 26,899 square kilometres, with an estimated population of about three million people. Jos, the Plateau state capital is a very cosmopolitan city.

Language spoken: There are 48 languages spoken as first languages in Plateau State. Many of them are endangered due to the influence of Hausa. Major languages spoken in Plateau State are Angas, Berom, Goemai, Kofyar, Mwaghavul, Ron, and Tarok, each spoken by more than 100,000 people.

32. Rivers State
Rivers State, also known simply as Rivers, is one of the 36 states of Nigeria. According to census data released in 2006, the state has a population of 5,198,716, making it the sixth-most populous state in the country.

Language spoken: There are 23 languages spoken as first languages in Rivers State. The major languages are Igbo, Ikwere, Kalabari, Khana and different varieties of the Ijo cluster. The other languages are minority languages.

33. Sokoto State
Sokoto is located in the extreme northwest of Nigeria, near to the confluence of the Sokoto River and the Rima River.

Language spoken: Sokoto State is predominantly a Fulani and Hausa state. It is populated by several Hausa subgroups such as the Gobirawa, the Zamfarawa, the Kabawa, the Adarawa and the Arawa, and the two main Fulani groups which are the Fulanin Gida or Town Fulani and the nomadic Fulani.

34. Taraba State
Taraba is a state in North Eastern Nigeria, named after the Taraba River which traverses the southern part of the state. Taraba’s capital is Jalingo.

Language spoken: Etkywan (Icen), Fulfulde, Jukun, Kpan, Mumuye, Samba Daka, Samba Leko, Tiv, and Yendang

35. Yobe State
Yobe is a state located in Northeast Nigeria. A mainly agricultural state, it was created on August 27, 1991. Yobe state was carved out of Borno State. The capital of Yobe state is Damaturu.

Language spoken: 1. Kanuri 2. Ngizim 3. Karai-Karai 4. Bolewa 5. Bade 6. Hausa 7. Ngamo 8. Shuwa 9. Fulani 10. Margi

36. Zamfara State
Zamfara is a state in northwestern Nigeria. Its capital is Gusau. Until 1996 the area was part of Sokoto State.
Language spoken: There are quite a number of tribes in Zamfara State. These include the majority Hausa, the Fulani, the Gbagyi and the Kamuku.


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The Dreams Of Dr. Ezekiel Izuogu Were Crushed By The Nigerian Government's Policy Of Hate Syndrome. In 1997, Dr. Izuogu, A Brilliant Igbo Electrical Engineer And Lecturer At The Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Designed And Developed The Izuogu Z-600, The...read more
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RELIGION: A CRITICAL LOOK (PART SIX) ~ FAITH AND REASON
Three Propositions To Help You Understand Faith And Reason.

1. Where Reason Is Able To Reach, Faith Strictly Speaking Is Not Needed.

2. Whatever Faith Can Grasp Should Be Opened To The Interrogation Of Reason.
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WHAT CONSTITUTE A MIRACLE?
At Least We Do Not Have Doubt On The Origin Of The Word Miracle. It Has Its Root From Latin "miraculum" Meaning Object Of Wonder, And "mirari" Meaning 'to Wonder'. But What We Are Not So Clear About Is: What Qualifies As An Object Of Wonder?
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GENERAL CONRAD NWAWO (1922-2016)
General Conrad Dibia Nwawo From All Accounts Was A Soldiers Soldier. Accounts Of His Numerous Exploits As Part Of The United Nations Peacekeeping Forces In Katanga, Congo, Led By General Johnson Aguiyi-Ironsi Are Legendary.

His Exploits...read more
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BRIEF HISTORY OF THE MAFA, ALSO CALLED MAFAHAY
The Mafa, Also Called Mafahay, Is An Ethnic Group Localized In Northern Cameroon, Northern Nigeria And Also Scattered In Other Countries Like Mali, Chad, Sudan, Burkina Faso And Sierra Leone.

The Mafahay, A Mafa Tribe, Migrated From Roua...read more
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THE BURIAL OF JANE SEYMOUR
Jane Seymour, Third Wife Of King Henry VIII, Went Into Confinement In September 1537.

At Two O'clock In The Morning Of 12th October 1537, At Hampton Court Palace, Jane Finally Gave Birth To Henry's Coveted Male Heir.
The Future King...read more
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LADY MARY SCUDAMORE
Mary Was The Daughter Of Sir John Shelton Of Shelton Hall, Norfolk And His Wife, Margaret Parker.

In The Reign Of Henry VIII, Mary's Grandparents, Sir John And Anne Shelton, Were Entrusted With The Custody Of The Future Queens Mary I And...read more
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HAROLD AMOS (1918-2003)
The First African American To Chair A Department Of The Harvard Medical School, Dr. Harold Amos Was An Esteemed Teacher, Researcher, And Mentor At The Institution For More Than Four Decades. Amos Dedicated Much Of His Career To Supporting The Advancement...read more
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NIKOLAOS KRIEZOTIS (1785 - 1853)
From Evia, He Was A Revolutionary And Fighter During The Greek Revolution Of 1821 And Later, A Politician.

Son Of A Shepherd, He Became One Himself, Later Finding Work In Kotyaeion, In Asia Minor. While There, Prior To The Break Out Of...read more
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LOUKAS KOKKINOS (1878 - 1913)
From The Village Of Megaro, West Of Grevena In Macedonia, He Was A Macedonian Fighter During The Macedonian Struggle (1904-08) And The Balkan Wars (1912-13).

Kokkinos Was A Wanted Man By The Ottoman Authorities Of Occupied Macedonia, As...read more
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DEATH OF KING CNUT
Cnut Was The Son Of Sweyn Forkbeard ~ King Of Denmark And Polish Princess Witosawa, Daughter Of Mieszko I Of Poland.
The Exact Date Of Cnut's Birth Is Unknown, But Its Thought To Be In 990 AD.

Cnut Was The Product Of A Long Line...read more
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HYPATIA: THE GREEK PHILOSOPHER SKINNED ALIVE WITH SEASHELLS
Knowledge Can Be A Wonderful Thing, But In The Case Of The Ancient Philosopher And Mathematician Hypatia Of Alexandria, It Also Lead To Her Doom.

Hypatia Was One Of The Most Important Intellectuals Of Byzantine Empire In The 4th Century,...read more
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GABRIEL DE LORGES, COMTE DE MONTGOMERY
Gabriel Was A Hero, Rebel And Killer Of A King.
Not All Of This Was By Choice.

Gabriel Was The Son Of Jacques, Duke Of Montgomery, A Scottish Nobleman With A Sound Career Supporting The Kings Of France.

Gabriels...read more
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THE FAIRY LEGEND OF CHâTEAU DE GRATOT
There Are Many Potential Problems To Think About, When Taking A Fairy For Your Wife.

Bernard The Lord Of Argouges Ignored Them All That Fine Summer Day, When He Spotted A Young Lady About To Take A Swim In A Refreshing Forest Pool.read more
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MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS - HERE SOME FACTS ABOUT HER EXECUTION. GRUESOME ONES .
Mary Queen Of Scots - Here Some Facts About Her Execution. Gruesome Ones .

1. Mary Didn't Know She Was Going To Die Until The Night Before. She Spent All Night Writing Letters And Praying But Truth Be Told , There Was Hammering For Building...read more
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BIRTH OF KING EDWARD III OF ENGLAND
Edward Was Born On 13th November 1312, At Windsor.
He Was Described In A Contemporary Prophecy As "the Boar That Would Come Out Of Windsor".
Edward Was The Son Of Edward II And Isabella Of France.
The Reign Of His Father, Edward II,...read more
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DEATH OF MALCOLM III OF SCOTLAND
Malcolm III, Otherwise Known As Malcolm Canmore (or Big Head As It Translates From Gaelic), Has Been Referred To As The Founding Father Of Modern Scotland.

In Truth, What Malcolm Did Achieve Was A Lineage That Included The Kings Who Would...read more
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DEATH OF MARFA VASILIEVNA SOBAKINA
Marfa Was The Third Wife Of Ivan The Terrible, And The Third Tasrita Of Russia.

After The Death Of His First And Second Wives, Anastasia And Maria, Ivan Was Looking For A New Bride.

Marfa Was Born In 1552, The Daughter Of...read more
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