NIBF 2017 E-Registration

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"It was a great pleasure to have the stakeholders and book lovers at the 16th Nigeria International Book Fair (NIBF 2017) in May. Thank you for your participation. We look forward to having you again at NIBF 2018"
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MY NIGERIA

Nigeria is officially called the Federal Republic of Nigeria and it is located in West Africa.

THE CAPITAL OF NIGERIA

The capital of Nigeria is Abuja. It was built in the 1980s. Abuja is one of the most well planned cities in the country. It became the capital of Nigeria in December 12, 1991, replacing Lagos. The city is home to major attractions in the country such as the Nigerian National Mosque and the Nigerian National Christian Center.

THE LARGEST CITY IN NIGERIA

Lagos is the largest city in Nigeria covering an area of 999.6 square kilometers. It is the third most populous city in Africa with an estimated population of 7,937,932. As of now, it is the second fastest growing city in Africa. It was once the capital of Nigeria, and is the economic and financial capital of the country at present.

THE BORDER COUNTRIES TO NIGERIA

Nigeria is bordered by the Republic of Benin on the West, Chad and Cameroon on the East, and by Niger in the North. On the South, it borders the Gulf of Guinea

SIZE OF NIGERIA

Nigeria is a country covering a total area of 923,768 square kilometers. As of 2013, the country has an estimated population of 174.5 million. Nigeria is the seventh most populous country in the world.

CLIMATE OF NIGERIA

Nigeria's location in the tropics has given her a tropical hot climate. Temperatures in Nigeria vary according to the seasons of the year as with other lands found in the tropics. Nigeria's seasons are determined by rainfall with rainy season and dry season being the major seasons in Nigeria.

ETHNIC GROUPS IN NIGERIA

Nigeria is a country of rich ethnic diversity composed of over 250 ethnic groups. The three largest ethnic groups in Nigeria are the Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba. The other major tribes in the country include Edo, Ijaw, Kanuri, Ibibio, Ebira, Fulani, Itsekiri, Urhobo-Isoko, Nupe and Tiv. Also there are minority groups of British, American, East Indian, Chinese, white Zimbabwean, Japanese, Greek, Syrian and Lebanese immigrants in Nigeria.

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS OF NIGERIA

Nigeria is a country comprising thirty-six states and one Federal Capital Territory. The states are further divided into 774 Local Government Areas (LGAs).

POLITICAL LEADERS IN NIGERIA

Nigeria operates presidential system of government. Executive, Legislative and Judiciary are the arms of Government in Nigeria. The current political leaders in Nigeria include:

  • President - Muhammadu Buhari
  • Vice President - Yemi Osinbajo
  • Senate President – Olubukola Saraki
  • Speaker of Federal House of Representatives – Yakubu Dogara
  • Chief Justice of Nigeria – Mahmud Mohammed
NIGERIA’S CURRENCY

Naira is the official currency used in Nigeria. Naira was introduced in Nigeria on January 1, 1973 by the Central Bank of Nigeria. It is subdivided into 100 kobo.

OFFICIAL LANGUAGE OF NIGERIA

English is the official language of Nigeria and is extensively used for education, business transactions and for official purposes. Despite being the first language, English is not spoken at all in some rural areas. Because the majority of the population of the country stays in rural areas, indigenous languages such as Yoruba, Housa and Igbo are spoken by the majority.

A derived language called the Nigerian Pidgin English, also called the 'Pidgin' or Broken English is also a popular lingua-franca in the country.

RELIGION IN NIGERIA

Nigeria is a multi-religious country. About fifty percent of the population practice Islam while the rest adhere to Christianity and other religions. The other minority religions in the country include Hinduism, Judaism, the Baha'i Faith, and Chrislam (a syncretic faith that contains elements of Christianity and Islam).

ECONOMY OF NIGERIA

Nigeria has the biggest economy in Africa with $509.9 billion in GDP for 2013. It is classified as an emerging market owing to its rich reserves of natural resources, and well-developed financial and communications sectors. The transportation sector and stock exchange of the country add to the finances. The Nigerian Stock Exchange is the second-largest in Africa. Petroleum is a major product playing a significant role in the economy of the country; it is the thirteenth largest producer of petroleum in the world.

Manufactured products like leather, textiles, t-shirts, plastics and processed food enhance the economy of the country. Agriculture is also important, employing almost sixty percent of Nigerians. Cocoa, sugar cane, yams, maize, palm oil, groundnuts, coconuts, citrus fruits, pearl millet, and cassava are the major agricultural products.

However, health care, education, and general living conditions in Nigeria are poor, and these pose a serious threat to the otherwise advancing country.

NATIONAL DAY OF NIGERIA

The national day in Nigeria is celebrated on October 1 every year. The day is celebrated to commemorate the independence of Nigeria from the United Kingdom on this day in 1960. The country was declared a Republic on October 1, 1963.S

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