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In Niger State: What You Don't Know About Agwara Local Government And Its People

The population projection assumes the same rate of growth for all LGAs within a state. The undercount of the 1991 census is estimated to be about 25 million. All population figures for Nigeria show high error rates; census results are disputed. Area figures are computed using geospatial data.

Agwara Local Government Area is one of the local council in the state which is situated in Agwara town and the area consists of Abebugur, Agwara, Akisanri, Alhaji-Da Are, Berkete, Boro Gandugi, Budo, Budo Kadinta, Budo Saidu, Budo Sule and many others.

The Agwara local government council controls the public administration in the local government area and its Legislative council makes law that governs the local government area. Agwara local government area is a local government area in Niger state Nigeria.

It has its administrative headquarters in Agwara town. The local government area is located in the northwest part of Niger state and is majorly inhabited by Muslims.

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Agwara Alhaji-Da Are Boro Gandugi Budo Kadinta Niger State


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