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List Of Nigerian Postal Codes For The 36 States



Usually, postal codes and zip codes are used to facilitate the delivery of packages via post (mail). In some countries like the U.S., zip codes are used while in countries like Nigeria postal codes are used.


Postcodes for Nigeria are made of numbers, consisting of six digits. NIPOST, the Nigerian Postal Service, divides the country into nine regions, which make up the first digit of the code. The second and third digits, combined with the first, are the dispatch district for outgoing sorting. The last three digits represent the delivery location. A delivery location can be any of the following; a post office facility, a rural area, or an urban area.


Postal Codes For Nigeria





Lagos has the lowest postal code 100001. The main postal head office in each region in Nigeria has a postal code ending with 0001.


Nigerian Postal Code


Here is the list of Nigerian Postal Codes for all its states and FCT:



1. Abia – 440001


2. Adamawa – 640001


3. Akwa Ibom – 520001


4. Anambra – 420001


5. Bauchi – 740001


6. Bayelsa – 561001


7. Benue – 970001


8. Borno – 600001


9. Cross River – 540001


10. Delta – 320001


11. Ebonyi – 840001


12. Edo – 300001


13. Ekiti – 360001


14. Enugu - 400001


15. Gombe – 760001

16. Imo – 460001


17. Jigawa – 720001


18. Kaduna – 700001


19. Kano – 800001


20. Katsina – 820001


21. Kebbi – 860001


22. Kogi – 260001


23. Kwara – 240001


24. Lagos (mainland/island) – 100001/101001


25. Nasarawa – 962001


26. Niger – 920001


27. Ogun – 110001


28. Ondo – 340001


29. Osun – 230001


30. Oyo – 200001


31. Plateau – 930001


32. Rivers – 50000


33. Sokoto – 840001


34. Taraba – 660001


35. Yobe – 320001


36. Zamfara – 860001


Federal Capital Territory (FCT) - 900001



For further details on codes of towns in states click here.




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