Nigeria is a Federal Republic made up of 36 States, with its capital as Abuja.
Abuja is the only part of Nigeria that is not within a State, it is known as a Federal Territory.
The official language in Nigeria is English and the currency is Naira. The two main Religions are Christianity and Islam.
Largest Nigerian State – Niger State in the Western Part of Nigeria by land mass
Smallest Nigerian State – Lagos State in the South West part of Nigeria by mass but Lagos is the Largest State in terms of population
Three Main Tribes in Nigeria are Igbo (Ibo) in the East of Nigeria, the Hauser in the North and the Yoruba in the West.
The Nigeria flag represents Peace and Unity and consists of two green vertical stripes and one central white stripe.
Nigeria is the most populist Country in Africa with a Population of about 155 Million
Nigeria is one of the top 10 oil producing countries in the world and a member of Opec.
Independence since 1 October 1960 from Britain
Nigeria has 54 Airports as of 2010
Below are the 36 states of Nigeria and their capitals
Federal Capital Territory Abuja