According to the technical advisor to the Vice President of Nigeria who goes by the name of @philipObin on Twitter, there are states and local governments in Nigeria that are twice as big as some regions and twenty-one times bigger than some states.
He got his numbers from @statisense on Twitter a data tech company with expertise in data analysis, market survey, infographics, training, and research.
The post caused mixed reactions from his followers who shared their thoughts and feelings on the subject matter. They believed Lagos state is one of the biggest stages in Nigerian, they were extremely surprised to learn that one state could be so big to the extent of being 21 times bigger than Lagos state.
The residents of Lagos always end up arguing about the landmass of the state due to the time it takes someone to move from one location of the state to another location, and also the high cost of transportation.
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