Top 5 largest cities in Nigeria

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Top 5 largest cities in Nigeria
Largest cities in Nigeria

Top 5 largest cities in Nigeria

Nigeria is an emerging economy in West Africa,  the country is known as the Giants of Africa. Nigeria is a densely populated country with an estimated number of 190.2 million people. The country is known to be breaking ground in the area of sports, Art, Literature, and Science on the global level.

  • Due to the vibrant economy of the country, it has become the hub for investors within and from abroad.
  • The country has about thirty-six states and is home to more than 250 ethnic groups with the popular ones being Hausa, Yoruba, and Igbo. The diversity of ethnic groups in the country leads it to have more than 500 dialects.
  • Due to the increasing number in the population,  it has become a host of some large cities.

Some of the biggest cities are below

1 . Firstly, LAGOS

Lagos is one of the largest and most popular urban areas in Nigeria. The city is situated in the Western part of Nigeria. It also has a population of over twenty-one million people and offers the most market growth. Ranging from entertainment and lifestyle to technology and it is home to big corporate organizations.

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Industries that do well in the city are textiles, automobile assembly, food and beverage processing, metal works, and pharmaceuticals.

2 . Secondly, KANO

Kano is the second-largest city in Nigeria. It can be located in the North-Western part of Nigeria. The city is a commercial hub for industries such as textiles, food processing, plastics, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, cement, soap, metal works, and furniture. It is also a center for agricultural products like peanuts, wheat, cotton, millet, rice, and maize.

3 . Thirdly, IBADAN

Ibadan is home to over three million inhabitants. The capital town of this city is Oyo state. The city can be located in southwestern Nigeria. Ibadan is home to a lot of good educational facilities and a home to the first university in Nigeria, the University of Ibadan.

Industries that are thriving in this city are manufacturing cigarettes, food processing, furniture, metal works, handicrafts, and soap. Due to an increase in population, there has been the development of slums which has led to poor living conditions for the people.

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4 . Also, ABUJA

Abuja is the capital town of Nigeria and has a population of more than 3 million people. The city houses a lot of embassies and government ministries. It is also a hub for some of the finest and most luxurious real estate properties.

5 . Lastly, PORT HARCOURT

The city is known for its Petroleum firms and has a population of 1.5 million people. It is also a host to a number of tertiary schools like Rivers State University of Science and Technology, University of Port Harcourt, Rivers State College of Arts and Science, and Rivers State College of Health Science and Technology.

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