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History of Kogi State


Encyclopedia » History
Kogi



Image: Map of NIgeria showing the position of Kogi state



January-9-2012



Kogi state came into being as a result of the state creation exercise on 27th of August, 1991 with the administrative headquarters in Lokoja.

The creation of the state was indeed a significant development for its citizens. This is because it brought about the reunion of a people who had shared historical roots and co-existed peacefully with the former Kabba province in the defunct Northern Region for more than 80 years.

The state which is structured into 21 LGA’s comprises of three major ethnic groups i.e. Igala, Ebira and Okun (Yoruba) other minor groups include – Bassa Komo, Bassa Nge, Kakanda, Kupa, Ogori-Magongo, Nupe, Oworo, Gwari etc.

There are 8 languages spoken as first language in Kogi State. Ebira, Igala, Nupe and Yoruba are major languages. The other languages are minority languages.

Climate

Kogi State has an average maximum temperature of 33.2oC and average minimum of 22.8oC. Lokoja the | State capital is generally hot throughout the year. The State has two distinct weather viz dry season, which lasts from November to February and rain season that lasts from March to October. Annual rainfall ranges from 1016mm to 1524mm.

The vegetation of the state consist of mixed leguminous (guinea) woodland to forest savannah. Wide expanse of fadama in the river basing and long stretches of tropical forest in the Western and Southern belt of the state.

Demography

Kogi state has a total land area of 28,313.53 square kilometres and a projected population of 3.3 million people. It lies on latitude 7.49oN and longitude 6.45oE with a geological feature depicting young sedimentary rocks and alluvium along the riverbeds, which promotes agricultural activities. The state features ferrasols soil type and famous hills like ososo hills, which spread from Edo State to the western part of Kogi State and aporo hill on the eastern part. Another famous mountain is Mount Patti, which lies in Lokoja and stands at about 750 metres above sea level.

Local Governments

Kogi State contains 21 of Nigeria's 774 Local Government Areas. They are:

Adavi
Ajaokuta
Ankpa
Bassa
Dekina
Ibaji
Idah
Igalamela-Odolu
Ijumu
Kabba/Bunu
Kogi
Lokoja
Mopa-Muro
Ofu
Ogori/Magongo
Okehi
Okene
Olamaboro
Omala
Yagba East
Yagba West


State House of Assembly





Picture of the first primary school in Northern Nigeria, founded in 1865 under Bishop Samuel Ajayi Crowther, and thus representing the beginnings of boko learning and english literacy north of the Niger.
It stands in the grounds of Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Lokoja, Kogi State, and is still a working primary school, under the control of government.
As a historic monument and a working school, I hope you'll agree that this building is in need of both sympathetic material restoration, and support as a working institution.
House of Assembly Building


BRIEF INTRODUCTION

The House of Assembly as an Arm of the State Government derives its existence and authority under section 47-129 of the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999. Its main function is to make laws for good Governance of the State and the Nation in general.

It operates under the political leadership of the Speaker and other House leaders namely: Deputy Speaker, Majority Leader, Minority Leader, Chief Whip. Others are Deputy Majority leader Deputy Chief Whip and Minority Whip.

The Legislative/Administration is headed by the Clerk of the House, a professional and accounting officer, together with his team of seconded professional staff from the State Civil Service. They collectively provide Administrative, Legislative and Finance Services to the Honourable House.

OBJECTIVES/ AIMS

The Primary Aim 0f the House of Assembly is to make Laws for the Governance of the State and the Nation in general through the Legislative Process. Other Aims and Objectives are highlighted below:

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