Nigeria Postal Code – Postcode – Zip Code

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Nigeria Postal Code – Postcode – Zip Code: Nigeria postal code is exactly 6 digits in number. If you want to Know what Postal Code your state uses, then your answer is here

A postal code a series of letters or digits or both, included in a postal address for the purpose of sorting mail.

Postcode definition, an official code used by the post office. that adds numbers and letters to addresses to expedite mail delivery.

A ZIP Code used by the United States Postal Service (USPS) in a system.

 

All Local Government Areas in Nigeria have their unique post office and postal code.

Here are the Nigeria Postal Code – Postcode – Zip Code States:

State / CapitalPostal Code / Zip Code
Abia, Umahia440001
Adamawa, Yola640001
Akwa Ibom, Uyo520001
Anambra, Akwa420001
Bauchi, Bauchi740001
Benue, Makurdi970101
Bornu, Maiduguri600001
Delta, Asaba320001
Ebonyi, Abakaliki840001
Edo, Benin City300001
Enugu, Enugu400001
Imo, Owerri460001
Jigawa, Duste720001
Kaduna, Kaduna700001
Kano, Kano800001
Katsina, Katsina820001
Kebbi, Birnin Kebbi860001
Kogi, Lokoja260001
Kwara, Ilorin240001
Lagos, Mainland100001
Lagos, Island101001
Nasarawa, Lafia950101
Niger, Minna920001
Ogun, Abeokuta110001
Ondo, Akure340001
Osun, Osogbo230001
Oyo, Ibadan200001
Plateau, Jos930001
Rivers, Port-harcourt500001
Sokoto, Sokoto840001
Taraba, Jalingo660001
Yobe, Damaturu320001
Zamfara, Gusau (Emir’s Palace)860211
Abuja, FCT (Garki post office)900001

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