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List of 774 Local Governments in Nigeria

You might want to ask. how many local governments do we have in Nigeria? Well, in this post, you will see the full List of 774 Local Governments in Nigeria. We also included their States and location.

Nigeria is known as the Federal Republic, and it is divided into thirty-six states, and each of this state is also divided into Local Government Areas (LGAs), and Local Government is divided into wards. Each Local Government Area headed by a Local Government Chairman, while the wards are headed by the Councillors.

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List of 774 Local Governments in Nigeria
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List of 774 Local Governments in Nigeria

Abia State

Abia state has 17 LGAs:

  1. Aba North LGA, and
  2. Aba South LGA, and
  3. Arochukwu LGA and
  4. , Bende LGA, and
  5. Ikwuano LGA, and
  6. Isiala Ngwa North LGA,and
  7. Isiala Ngwa South LGA and
  8. , Isuikwuato LGA, and
  9. Obi Ngwa LGA, and
  10. Ohafia LGA, and
  11. Osisioma Ngwa LGA, and
  12. Ugwunagbo LGA,  and
  13. Ukwa East LGA,  and
  14. Ukwa West LGA, and
  15. Umuahia North LGA, and
  16. Umuahia South LGA, and
  17. Umu Nneochi LGA

Adamawa State

Adamawa State has 21 LGAs:

  1. Demsa LGA, and
  2. Fufore LGA, and
  3. Ganye LGA, and
  4. Girei LGA, and
  5. Gombi LGA, and
  6. Guyuk LGA, and
  7. Hong LGA, and
  8. Jada LGA, and
  9. Lamurde LGA, and
  10. Madagali LGA, and
  11. Maiha LGA, and
  12. Mayo-Belwa LGA, and
  13. Michika LGA,and
  14. Mubi North LGA,  and
  15. Mubi South LGA, and
  16. Numan LGA, and
  17. Shelleng LGA,and
  18. Song LGA, and
  19. Toungo LGA, and
  20. Yola North LGA,and
  21. Yola South LGA.

Akwa Ibom State

Akwa Ibom State has 31 LGAs:

  1. Abak LGA, and
  2. Eastern Obolo LGA,and
  3. Eket LGA, and
  4. Esit-Eket LGA,and
  5. Essien Udim LGA, and
  6. Etim-Ekpo LGA,and
  7. Etinan LGA, and
  8. Ibeno LGA,and
  9. Ibesikpo-Asutan LGA,and
  10. Ibiono-Ibom LGA,and
  11. Ika LGA, and
  12. Ikono LGA,and
  13. Ikot Abasi LGA,and
  14. Ikot Ekpene LGA,and
  15. Ini LGA,and
  16. Itu LGA, and
  17. Mbo LGA, and
  18. Mkpat-Enin LGA,and
  19. Nsit-Atai LGA,and
  20. Nsit-Ibom LGA,and
  21. Nsit-Ubium LGA, and
  22. Obot-Akara LGA,and
  23. Okobo LGA, and
  24. Onna LGA, Oron LGA,and
  25. Oruk Anam LGA, and
  26. Ukanafun LGA, and
  27. Udung-Uko LGA,and
  28. Uruan LGA, and
  29. Urue-Offong/Oruko LGA,and
  30. Uyo LGA.

Anambra State

Anambra State has 21 LGAs:.

  1. Aguata LGAs, and
  2. Awka North LGA,and
  3. Awka South LGA,and
  4. Anambra East LGA, and
  5. Anambra West LGA, and
  6. Anaocha LGA, and
  7. Ayamelum LGA, and
  8. Dunukofia LGA, and
  9. Ekwusigo LGA, and
  10. Idemili North LGA, and
  11. Idemili South LGA,and
  12. Ihiala LGA, and
  13. Njikoka LGA, and
  14. Nnewi North LGA, and
  15. Nnewi South LGA, and
  16. Ogbaru LGA, and
  17. Onitsha North LGA, and
  18. Onitsha South LGA,and
  19. Orumba North LGA, and
  20. Orumba South LGA, and
  21. Oyi LGA.

Bauchi State

Bauchi State has 20 LGAs:

  1. Bauchi LGA, and
  2. Tafawa Balewa LGA, and
  3. Dass LGA, and
  4. Toro LGA, and
  5. Bogoro LGA, and
  6. Ningi LGA, and
  7. Warji LGA, and
  8. Ganjuwa LGA, and
  9. Kirfi LGA, and
  10. Alkaleri LGA, and
  11. Darazo LGA,and
  12. Misau LGA, and
  13. Giade LGA, and
  14. Shira LGA, and
  15. Jama’are LGA,and
  16. Katagum LGA,and
  17. Itas/Gadau LGA, and
  18. Zaki LGA,and
  19. Gamawa LGA, and
  20. Damban LGA.

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Bayelsa State

Bayelsa State has 8LGAs:

  1. Brass LGA, and
  2. Ekeremor LGA,and
  3. Kolokuma/Opokuma LGA, and
  4. Nembe LGA, and
  5. Ogbia LGA,and
  6. Sagbama LGA,and
  7. Southern Ijaw LGA, and
  8. Yenagoa LGA.

Benue State

Benue State has 22LGAs:.

  1. Ado LGA and
  2. Agatu LGA and
  3. Apa LGA, and
  4. Buruku LGA,  and
  5. Gboko LGA, and
  6. Guma LGA,  and
  7. Gwer East LGA, and
  8. Gwer West LGA, and
  9. Katsina-Ala LGA,and
  10. Konshisha LGA, and
  11. Kwande LGA, and
  12. Logo LGA, and
  13. Makurdi LGA,and
  14. Obi LGA, and
  15. Ogbadibo LGA,and
  16. Ohimini LGA, Oju LGA,and
  17. Okpokwu LGA,and
  18. Otukpo LGA, and
  19. Tarka LGA, and
  20. Ukum LGA, and
  21. Ushongo LGA,and
  22. Vandeikya LGA.

Borno State

Borno State  has 27LGAs:

  1. Abadan LGA, and
  2. Askira/Uba LGA, and
  3. Bama LGA, and
  4. Bayo LGA, and
  5. Biu LGA,and
  6. Chibok LGA, and
  7. Damboa LGA,and
  8. Dikwagubio LGA and
  9. Guzamala LGA, and
  10. Gwoza LGA,and
  11. Hawul LGA,and
  12. Jere LGA, and
  13. Kaga LGA,and
  14. Kalka/Balge LGA, and
  15. Konduga LGA,and
  16. Kukawa LGA,and
  17. Kwaya-ku LGA, and
  18. Mafa LGA, and
  19. Magumeri LGA,and
  20. Maiduguri LGA,and
  21. Marte LGA, and
  22. Mobbar LGA, and
  23. Monguno LGA, and
  24. Ngala LGA, and
  25. Nganzai LGA, and
  26. Shani LGA.

Cross River State has 18 LGAs:

  1. Abi LGA, and
  2. Akamkpa LGA, and
  3. Akpabuyo LGA, and
  4. Bakassi LGA, and
  5. Bekwarra LGA,and
  6. Biase LGA, and
  7. Boki LGA, and
  8. Calabar Municipal LGA, and
  9. Calabar South LGA,and
  10. Etung LGA, and
  11. Ikom LGA, and
  12. Obanliku LGA,and
  13. Obubra LGA,and
  14. Obudu LGA, and
  15. Odukpani LGA,and
  16. Ogoja LGA, and
  17. Yakuur LGA, and
  18. Yala LGA.

Delta State has 25 LGAs:

  1. Aniocha south LGA, and
  2. Anioha LGA, and
  3. Bomadi LGA,and
  4. Burutu LGA, and
  5. Ethiope west LGA, and
  6. Ethiope east LGA, and
  7. Ika south LGA, and
  8. Ika north east LGA, and
  9. Isoko south LGA,and
  10. Isoko north LGA, and
  11. Ndokwa east LGA, and
  12. Ndokwa west LGA, and
  13. Okpe LGA, and
  14. Oshimili north LGA,and
  15. Oshimili south LGA, and
  16. Patani LGA, and
  17. Sapele LGA,and
  18. Udu LGA and
  19. Ughelli south LGA, and
  20. Ughelli north LGA, and
  21. Ukwuani LGA, and
  22. Uviwie LGA, and
  23. Warri central LGA, and
  24. Warri north LGA,and
  25. Warri south LGA.

Ebonyi State has 13 LGAs:

  1. Abakaliki LGA, and
  2. Afikpo North LGA, and
  3. Afikpo South (Edda) LGA,and
  4. Ebonyi LGA, and
  5. Ezza North LGA,and
  6. Ezza South LGA,and
  7. Ikwo LGA, and
  8. Ishielu LGA, and
  9. Ivo LGA, and
  10. Izzi LGA, and
  11. Ohaozara LGA,and
  12. Ohaukwu LGA, and
  13. Onicha LGA.

Enugu State has 17 LGAs:

  1. Aninri LGA, and
  2. Awgu LGA, and
  3. Enugu East LGA, and
  4. Enugu North LGA,and
  5. Enugu South LGA, and
  6. Ezeagu LGA, and
  7. Igbo Etiti LGA,and
  8. Igbo Eze North LGA,and
  9. Igbo Eze South LGA, and
  10. Isi Uzo LGA,and
  11. Nkanu East LGA, and
  12. Nkanu West LGA, and
  13. Nsukka LGA, and
  14. Oji River LGA,and
  15. Udenu LGA, and
  16. Udi LGA, and
  17. Uzo-Uwani LGA.

Edo State Edo State has 18 LGAs:

  1. Akoko-Edo LGA,and
  2. Egor LGA, and
  3. Esan Central LGA, and
  4. Esan North-East LGA, and
  5. Esan South-East LGA,and
  6. Esan West LGA,and
  7. Etsako Central LGA, and
  8. Etsako East LGA,and
  9. Etsako West LGA, and
  10. Igueben LGA, and
  11. Ikpoba-Okha LGA,and
  12. Oredo LGA, and
  13. Orhionmwon LGA,and
  14. Ovia North-East LGA,and
  15. Ovia South-West LGA, and
  16. Owan East LGA,and
  17. Owan West LGA,and
  18. Uhunmwonde LGA.

Ekiti State Ekiti State has 16 LGAs:

  1. Ado-Ekiti LGA, and
  2. Ikere LGA, and
  3. Oye LGA, and
  4. Aiyekire (Gbonyin) LGA,and
  5. Efon LGA, and
  6. Ekiti East LGA,and
  7. Ekiti South-West LGA,and
  8. Ekiti West LGA,and
  9. Emure LGA, and
  10. Ido-Osi LGA,and
  11. Ijero LGA,and
  12. Ikole LGA,and
  13. Ilejemeje LGA,and
  14. Irepodun/Ifelodun LGA, and
  15. Ise/Orun LGA, Moba LGA.

Gombe State has 11 LGAs:

  1. Akko LGA, and
  2. Balanga LGA,and
  3. Billiri LGA,and
  4. Dukku LGA,and
  5. Dunakaye LGA,and
  6. Gombe LGA, and
  7. Kaltungo LGA,and
  8. Kwami LGA, and
  9. Nafada/Bajoga LGA, and
  10. Shomgom LGA, and
  11. Yamaltu/Deba LGA.

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Imo State Imo has 28 LGAs:

  1. Aboh Mbaise LGA, and
  2. Ahiazu Mbaise LGA, and
  3. Ehime Mbano LGA,and
  4. Ezinihitte Mbaise LGA,and
  5. Ideato North LGA, and
  6. Ideato South LGA,and
  7. Ihitte/Uboma LGA, and
  8. Ikeduru LGA, and
  9. Isiala Mbano LGA,and
  10. Isu LGA, and
  11. Mbaitoli LGA, and
  12. Ngor Okpala LGA, and
  13. Njaba LGA, and
  14. Nkwerre LGA,and
  15. Nwangele LGA,and
  16. Obowo LGA, and
  17. Oguta LGA, and
  18. Ohaji/Egbema LGA, and
  19. Okigwe LGA, and
  20. Onuimo LGA, and
  21. Orlu LGA,and
  22. Orsu LGA, and
  23. Oru East LGA,and
  24. Oru West LGA,and
  25. Owerri Municipal LGA,and
  26. Owerri North LGA, and
  27. Owerri West LGA,and
  28. Nwangele LGA.

Jigawa State has 27 LGAs:

  1. Auyo LGA, and
  2. Babura LGA, and
  3. Biriniwa LGA, and
  4. Birnin Kudu LGA,and
  5. Buji LGA,and
  6. Dutse LGA, and
  7. Gagarawa LGA and
  8. , Garki LGA, and
  9. Gumel LGA, and
  10. Guri LGA, and
  11. Gwaram LGA, and
  12. Gwiwa LGA, and
  13. Hadejia LGA, and
  14. Jahun LGA, and
  15. Kafin Hausa LGA,and
  16. Kaugama LGA,and
  17. Kazaure LGA, and
  18. Kiri Kasama LGA,and
  19. Kiyawa LGA,and
  20. Maigatari LGA,and
  21. Malam Madori LGA, and
  22. Miga LGA, and
  23. Ringim LGA, and
  24. Roni LGA, and
  25. Sule Tankarkar LGA, and
  26. Taura LGA, and
  27. Yankwashi LGA.

Kaduna State has 23 LGAs:

  1. Birnin Gwari LGA,and
  2. Chikun LGA, and
  3. Giwa LGA, and
  4. Igabi LGA, and
  5. Ikara LGA, and
  6. Jaba LGA,and
  7. Jema’a LGA, and
  8. Kachia LGA,and
  9. Kaduna North LGA, and
  10. Kaduna South LGA,and
  11. Kagarko LGA,and
  12. Kajuru LGA, and
  13. Kaura LGA, and
  14. Kauru LGA, and
  15. Kubau LGA,and
  16. Kudan LGA,and
  17. Lere LGA, and
  18. Makarfi LGA, and
  19. Sabon Gari LGA, and
  20. Sanga LGA, and
  21. Soba LGA, and
  22. Zangon Kataf LGA,and
  23. Zaria LGA.

Kano State has 44 LGAs:

  1. Ajingi LGA, and
  2. Albasu LGA, and
  3. Bagwai LGA, and
  4. Bebeji LGA, and
  5. Bichi LGA,and
  6. Bunkure LGA,and
  7. Dala LGA, and
  8. Dambatta LGA,and
  9. Dawakin kudu LGA, and
  10. Dawakin Tofa LGA,and
  11. Doguwa LGA, and
  12. Fagge LGA, and
  13. Gabasawa LGA, and
  14. Garko LGA,and
  15. Garun Mallam LGA, and
  16. Gaya LGA, and
  17. Gezawa LGA, and
  18. Gwale LGA, and
  19. Gwarzo LGA, and
  20. Kabo LGA, and
  21. Kano Municipal, LGA,and
  22. Karaye LGA, and
  23. Kibiya LGA,and
  24. Kiru LGA, and
  25. Kumbtso LGA,and
  26. Kunchi LGA, and
  27. Kura LGA, and
  28. Madobi LGA, and
  29. Makoda LGA, and
  30. Minjibir LGA, and
  31. Nassarawa LGA, and
  32. Rano LGA,and
  33. Rimin Gado LGA,and
  34. Rogo LGA, and
  35. Shanono LGA,and
  36. Sumaila LGA, and
  37. Takai LGA,and
  38. Tarauni LGA, and
  39. Tofa LGA,and
  40. Tsanyawa LGA, and
  41. Tudun Wada LGA, and
  42. Ungogo LGA, and
  43. Warawa LGA, and
  44. Wudil LGA.

Katsina State has 34 LGAs:

  1. Bakori LGA, and
  2. Batagarawa LGA,and
  3. Batsari LGA, and
  4. Baure LGA,and
  5. Bindawa LGA,and
  6. Charanchi LGA, and
  7. Dan Musa LGA,and
  8. Dandume LGA,and
  9. Danja LGA, and
  10. Daura LGA, and
  11. Dutsi LGA, and
  12. Dutsin-Ma LGA,and
  13. Faskari LGA, and
  14. Funtua LGA,and
  15. Ingawa LGA, and
  16. Jibia LGA,and
  17. Kafur LGA, and
  18. Kaita LGA,and
  19. Kankara LGA,and
  20. Kankia LGA,and
  21. Katsina LGA, and
  22. Kurfi LGA,and
  23. Kusada LGA, and
  24. Mai’Adua LGA, and
  25. Malumfashi LGA, and
  26. Mani LGA, and
  27. Mashi LGA, and
  28. Matazu LGA, and
  29. Musawa LGA, and
  30. Rimi LGA,and
  31. Sabuwa LGA, and
  32. Safana LGA, and
  33. Sandamu LGA,and
  34. Zango LGA.

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Kebbi State has 21 LGAs:

  1. Aleiro LGA, and
  2. Arewa Dandi LGA, and
  3. Argungu LGA, and
  4. Augie LGA, and
  5. Bagudo LGA, and
  6. Birnin Kebbi LGA,and
  7. Bunza LGA, and
  8. Dandi LGA, and
  9. Fakai LGA,
  10. Gwandu LGA, and
  11. Jega LGA,and
  12. Kalgo LGA, and
  13. Koko/Besse LGA, and
  14. Maiyama LGA,and
  15. Ngaski LGA, and
  16. Sakaba LGA, and
  17. Shanga LGA, and
  18. Suru LGA,and
  19. Danko/Wasagu LGA,and
  20. Yauri LGA, and
  21. Zuru LGA.

Kogi State has 21 LGAs:

  1. Adavi LGA, and
  2. Ajaokuta LGA, and
  3. Ankpa LGA, and
  4. Bassa LGA, and
  5. Dekina LGA,and
  6. Ibaji LGA, and
  7. Idah LGA,and
  8. Igalamela-Odolu LGA,and
  9. Ijumu LGA, and
  10. Kabba/Bunu LGA, and
  11. Koton Karfe LGA, and
  12. Lokoja LGA, and
  13. Mopa-Muro LGA, and
  14. Ofu LGA, and
  15. Ogori/Magongo LGA, and
  16. Okehi LGA, and
  17. Okene LGA, and
  18. Olamaboro LGA, and
  19. Omala LGA, and
  20. Yagba East LGA, and
  21. Yagba West LGA.

Kwara State has 16 LGAs:

  1. Asa LGA, and
  2. Baruten LGA, and
  3. Edu LGA,and
  4. Ekiti LGA, and
  5. Ifelodun LGA, and
  6. Ilorin East LGA,and
  7. Ilorin South LGA,and
  8. Ilorin West LGA, and
  9. Irepodun LGA, and
  10. Isin LGA, and
  11. Kaiama LGA, and
  12. Moro LGA, and
  13. Offa LGA, and
  14. Oke Ero LGA,and
  15. Oyun LGA, and
  16. Pategi LGA.

Lagos State has 20 LGAs:

  1. Agege LGA, and
  2. Alimosho Ifelodun LGA, and
  3. Alimosho LGA,and
  4. Amuwo-Odofin LGA, and
  5. Apapa LGA, and
  6. Badagry LGA, and
  7. Epe LGA, and
  8. Eti-Osa LGA, and
  9. Ibeju- Lekki LGA, and
  10. Ifako/Ijaye LGA,and
  11. Ikeja LGA, and
  12. Ikorodu LGA, and
  13. Kosofe LGA, and
  14. Lagos Island LGA, and
  15. Lagos Mainland LGA,and
  16. Mushin LGA, and
  17. Ojo LGA, and
  18. Oshodi –Isolo LGA, and
  19. Shomolu LGA,and
  20. Surulere LGA.

Nasarawa State has 13 LGAs:

  1. Akwanga LGA,and
  2. Awe LGA, and
  3. Doma LGA, and
  4. Karu LGA, and
  5. Keana LGA, and
  6. Keffi LGA, and
  7. Kokona LGA, and
  8. Lafia LGA, and
  9. Nassarawa LGA, and
  10. Nassarawa/Eggon LGA,and
  11. Obi LGA, and
  12. Toto LGA, and
  13. Wamba LGA.

Niger State has 25 LGAs:

  1. Agaie LGA, and
  2. Agwara LGA, and
  3. Bida LGA,and
  4. Borgu LGA, and
  5. Bosso LGA, and
  6. Chanchaga LGA, and
  7. Edati LGA, and
  8. Gbako LGA, and
  9. Gurara LGA, and
  10. Katcha LGA, and
  11. Kontagora LGA,and
  12. Lapai LGA, and
  13. Lavun LGA, and
  14. Magama LGA, and
  15. Mariga LGA, and
  16. Mashegu LGA, and
  17. Mokwa LGA, and
  18. Munya LGA,and
  19. Paikoro LGA, and
  20. Rafi LGA, and
  21. Rijau LGA, and
  22. Shiroro LGA, and
  23. Suleja LGA, and
  24. Tafa LGA, and
  25. Wushishi LGA.

Ogun State has 20 LGAs:

  1. Abeokuta North LGA, and
  2. Abeokuta South LGA,and
  3. Ado-Odo/Ota LGA,and
  4. Ewekoro LGA, and
  5. Ifo LGA,and
  6. Ijebu East LGA,and
  7. Ijebu North LGA,and
  8. Ijebu North East LGA,and
  9. Ijebu Ode LGA,and
  10. Ikenne LGA, and
  11. Imeko Afon LGA, and
  12. Ipokia LGA, and
  13. Obafemi Owode LGA, and
  14. Odogbolu LGA,and
  15. Odeda LGA, and
  16. Ogun Waterside LGA,and
  17. Remo North LGA, and
  18. Sagamu LGA, and
  19. Yewa North LGA,and
  20. Yewa South LGA.

Ondo State has 18 LGAs:

  1. Akoko north LGA, and
  2. Akoko north east LGA, and
  3. Akoko south east LGA, and
  4. Akoko south LGA, and
  5. Akure north LGA,and
  6. Akure LGA,and
  7. Idanre LGA, and
  8. Ifedore LGA,and
  9. Ese Odo LGA, and
  10. Ilaje LGA, and
  11. Ile Oluji/Okeigbo LGA, and
  12. Irele LGA, and
  13. Odigbo LGA, and
  14. Okitipupa LGA,and
  15. Ondo LGA, and
  16. Ondo east LGA,and
  17. Ose LGA,a
  18. Owo LGA.

Osun State has 30 LGAs:

  1. Atakumosa west LGA,and
  2. Atakumosa east LGA, and
  3. Ayedaade LGA,and
  4. Ayedire LGA, and
  5. Bolawaduro LGA,and
  6. Boripe, LGA, and
  7. Ede LGA,and
  8. Ede north LGA,and
  9. Egbedore LGA,and
  10. Ejigbo LGA, and
  11. Ife north LGA, and
  12. Ife central LGA,and
  13. Ife south LGA, and
  14. Ife east LGA, and
  15. Ifedayo, Ifelodun LGA,and
  16. Ilesha west LGA,and
  17. Ila- orangun LGA, and
  18. Ilesah east LGA, and
  19. Irepodun LGA, and
  20. Irewole LGA,and
  21. Isokan LGA,and
  22. Iwo LGA, and
  23. Obokun LGA, and
  24. Odo-otin LGA, and
  25. ola oluwa LGA, and
  26. olorunda LGA, and
  27. Oriade LGA, Orolu LGA,and
  28. Osogbo LGA.

Oyo State has 33 LGAs:

  1. Akinyele Moniya LGA,and
  2. Afijio Jobele LGA, and
  3. Egbeda Egbeda LGA, and
  4. Ibadan North Agodi Gate LGA, and
  5. Ibadan North-East Iwo Road LGA,and
  6. Ibadan North-West LGA, and
  7. Ibadan South-West Ring Road LGA,and
  8. Ibadan South-East Mapo LGA, and
  9. Ibarapa Central LGA, and
  10. Ibarapa East Eruwa LGA,and
  11. Ido LGA, and
  12. Irepo LGA, and
  13. Iseyin LGA, and
  14. Kajola LGA,and
  15. Lagelu LGA, and
  16. Ogbomosho North LGA, and
  17. Ogbomosho South LGA,and
  18. Oyo West Ojongbodu LGA, and
  19. Atiba Ofa Meta LGA,and
  20. Atisbo Tede LGA, and
  21. Saki West LGA,and
  22. Saki East LGA,and
  23. Itesiwaju Otu LGA, and
  24. Iwajowa LGA, and
  25. Ibarapa North LGA, and
  26. Olorunsogo LGA, and
  27. Oluyole LGA, and
  28. Ogo Oluwa LGA,and
  29. Surulere LGA, and
  30. Orelope LGA, and
  31. Ori Ire LGA, and
  32. Oyo East LGA, and
  33. Ona Ara LGA.

Plateau State has 17 LGAs:

  1. Barkin Ladi LGA, and
  2. Bassa LGA, and
  3. Bokkos LGA, and
  4. Jos East LGA, and
  5. Jos North LGA,and
  6. Jos South LGA,and
  7. Kanam LGA, and
  8. Kanke LGA, and
  9. Langtang North LGA, and
  10. Langtang South LGA, and
  11. Mangu LGA, and
  12. Mikang LGA, and
  13. Pankshin LGA,and
  14. Qua’an Pan LGA,and
  15. Riyom LGA, and
  16. Shendam LGA,and
  17. Wase LGA.

Rivers State has 23 LGAs:

  1. Abua-Odual LGA,and
  2. Ahoada East LGA,and
  3. Ahoada West LGA, and
  4. Akuku-Toru LGA,and
  5. Andoni LGA, and
  6. Asari-Toru LGA,and
  7. Bonny LGA, and
  8. Degema LGA,and
  9. Eleme LGA, and
  10. Emohua LGA, and
  11. Etche LGA, and
  12. Gokana LGA, and
  13. Ikwerre LGA, and
  14. Oyigbo LGA, and
  15. Khana LGA, and
  16. Obio-Akpor LGA, and
  17. Ogba-Egbema-Ndoni LGA, and
  18. Ogu-bolo LGA, and
  19. Okrika LGA, and
  20. Omumma LGA,and
  21. Opobo-Nkoro LGA, and
  22. Portharcourt LGA, and
  23. Tai LGA

Sokoto State has 23 LGAs:

  1. Binji LGA,and
  2. Bodinga LGA, and
  3. Dange Shuni LGA, and
  4. Gada LGA, and
  5. Goronyo LGA, and
  6. Gudu LGA, and
  7. Gwadabawa LGA, and
  8. Illela LGA,and
  9. Isa LGA,and
  10. Kebbe LGA, and
  11. Kware LGA, and
  12. Rabah LGA, and
  13. Sabon Birni LGA,and
  14. Shagari LGA, and
  15. Silame LGA, and
  16. Sokoto North LGA, and
  17. Sokoto South LGA, and
  18. Tambuwal LGA, and
  19. Tangaza LGA, and
  20. Tureta LGA, and
  21. Wamako LGA, and
  22. Wurno LGA, and
  23. Yabo LGA.

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Taraba State has 16 LGAs:

  1. Ardo Kola LGA,and
  2. Bali LGA, and
  3. Donga LGA, and
  4. Gashaka LGA, and
  5. Gassol LGA, and
  6. Ibi LGA, and
  7. Jalingo LGA, and
  8. Karim Lamido LGA, and
  9. Kurmi LGA, and
  10. Lau LGA,and
  11. Sardauna LGA,and
  12. Takum LGA, and
  13. Ussa LGA, and
  14. Wukari LGA, and
  15. Yorro LGA, and
  16. Zing LGA.

Yobe State has 17 LGAs:

  1. Bade LGA, and
  2. Bursari LGA, and
  3. Damaturu LGA,and
  4. Geidam LGA, and
  5. Gujba LGA, and
  6. Gulani LGA, and
  7. Fika LGA, and
  8. Fune LGA, and
  9. Jakusko LGA, and
  10. Karasuwa LGA,and
  11. Machina LGA, and
  12. Nangere LGA, and
  13. Nguru LGA, and
  14. Potiskum LGA, and
  15. Tarmuwa LGA,and
  16. Yunusari LGA,and
  17. Yusufari LGA.

Zamfara State has 15 LGAs:

  1. Anka LGA, and
  2. Bakura LGA,and
  3. Birnin Magaji/Kiyaw LGA, and
  4. Bukkuyum LGA,and
  5. Bungudu LGA, and
  6. Tsafe LGA, and
  7. Gummi LGA, and
  8. Gusau LGA, and
  9. Kaura Namoda LGA, and
  10. Maradun LGA,and
  11. Maru LGA, and
  12. Shinkafi LGA, and
  13. Talata Mafara LGA, and
  14. Zurmi LGA.

Federal Capital Territory Abuja has 6 LGAs::

  1. Abaji LGA and
  2. Abuja Municipa LGA,and
  3. Gwagwalada LGA and
  4. Kuje LGA and
  5. Bwari LGA and
  6. Kwali LGA .

Conclusion

The above are all the local government areas in Nigeria, grouped under their respective states.

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