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NATIONAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

SOCIAL STATISTICS IN 
NIGERIA  
 
 
 
2009  

Federal Republic of Nigeria


PREFACE

The Social Statistics Report is a Compendium of the contemporary social


situation in Nigeria. Over the years, increasing interest is being focused on
better measurement of social goals and in assessing the impact of
economic growth and distribution of resources across the three tiers of
government.
The sampling unit adopted, scope and coverage of the surveys from which
most of the data were collected and published in this publication, were
organized by Censuses & Survey & Field/Methodology Departments of
this organization.
Other sources of data include Administrative Records from relevant
subject matter Ministries, Parastatals and Statistical Agencies. In most
instances, time series data sets spanning 2004 to 2008 are presented
statistics over this time frame on annual basis and formed the benchmark
for measuring the social as well as Economic conditions of the citizenry of
Nigeria. These data sets covered such areas like Education, Health,
Housing Conditions, Households, Employment, Public Safety (Road
Accidents and Crime), Population/Vital Registration, the Legislature and
Communication (NIPOST,NITEL and Private Operators Transportation,
Energy/Electricity as well as Religion.
The National Bureau of Statistics is grateful to the Planning, Research and
Statistics Department in all the relevant Ministries and Agencies, which
have been very helpful in providing the data needs for the various
components of this report. It also appeals to other agencies that were
unable to respond to our data requests for their co-orporation in future
compilations. This is the only way we can present timely, accurate and
comprehensive data series which will be valuable to government policy
formulation processes and other research programmes. The publication is
hereby recommended to policy makers, researchers’ students, business
community, development partners and the general public at large. The
National Bureau of Statistics will welcome suggestions and comments on
how to improve this publication. We would also appreciate constructive
criticisms on such issues like errors of omission and commission to
improve on the standard of our subsequent reports.

DR. V. O. Akinyosoye
STATISTICIAN GENERAL
NBS
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TABLE OF CONTENTS

MAP OF NIGERIA ii

PREFACE iii

LIST OF TABLES v

LIST OF CHARTS xix

CHAPTER ONE 1 - 17

CHAPTER TWO 18- 52

CHAPTER THREE 53-176

CHAPTER FOUR 177-222

CHAPTER FIVE 223-239

CHAPTER SIX 240-268

CHAPTER SEVEN 269-311

CHAPTER EIGHT 312-344

CHAPTER NINE 345-364

CHAPTER TEN 365-376

CHAPTER ELEVEN 377-396

CHAPTER TWELVE 397-399


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LIST OF TABLES

TABLE 1.1: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS IN THE HOUSEHOLDS BY


SEX, SIZE AND STATE (2004 - 2006) 3

TABLE 1.1 Cont’d: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS IN THE HOUSEHOLDS


BY SEX ,SIZE AND STATE (2007 - 2008) 4

TABLE 1.2: POPULATION DISTRIBUTION BY TYPE OF HOUSEHOLD AND SEX (NATIONAL) , 2006. 5

TABLE 1.3: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL POPULATION BY RELATIONSHIP


TO HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE, 2005 6

TABLE 1.3Cont'd: DISTRIBUTION POPULATION BY RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF


HOUSEHOLD BY SEX 2006, NATIONAL 7

TABLE 1.4: DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION (AGE 6 AND ABOVE) BY LITERACY STATUS,


STATE AND SEX, 2006, NATIONAL. 8

TABLE 1.5: DITRIBUTION OF POPULATION (AGE 6YRS AND ABOVE) BY STATE AND
SCHOOLING STATUS, 2006. 9

TABLE 1.6: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS HEAD BY STATE AND


HOUSEHOLD SIZE, 2006-2008 10

TABLE 1.7: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS BY STATE AND AGE GROUP, 2006 11

TABLE 1.7 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS BY STATE AND


AGE GROUP, 2007 12

TABLE 1.7 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS BY 15

TABLE 1.8: POPULATION DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS AGED 6 +


BY EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT, 2006 16

TABLE 1.9: AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS BY SIZE AND BY STATE, 2008. 17

TABLE 2.1: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY STATE AND


TYPE OF TENURE, 2005 20

TABLE 2.1 Cont'd : PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY STATE AND


TYPE OF TENURE, 2006 21

TABLE 2.1 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRI. HOUSEHOLDS BY STATE AND TYPE OF TENURE, 2007 22

TABLE 2.1 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY STATE AND TYPE OF TENURE, 2008 23

TABLE 2.2: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS HEADS BY STATE AND MARITAL STATUS, 2004 24

TABLE 2.2 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD HEADS


BY STATE AND MARITAL STATUS, 2005. 26

TABLE 2.2a: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS AGED 15 YEARS AND ABOVE BY


MARITAL STATUS AND STATE, 2006 27

TABLE 2.2a Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS AGED 15 YEARS AND ABOVE BY
MARITAL STATUS AND STATE, 2007 28

TABLE 2.3 : PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY ROOFING MATERIAL AND STATE, 2004 29
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TABLE 2.3 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY ROOFING MATERIAL AND STATE, 2005 30

TABLE 2.4: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HH BY TYPE OF FLOORING MATERIAL AND STATE, 2004 31

TABLE 2.4 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTR. OF HH BY TYPE OF FLOORING MATERIAL AND STATE, 2005. 32

TABLE 2.5: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY MAJOR SOURCE OF WATER FOR


DRINKING AND COOKING AND BY STATE, 2005 33

TABLE 2.5 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY MAJOR SOURCE OF WATER FOR
DRINKING AND COOKING AND STATE, 2006. 34

TABLE 2.5 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY MAJOR SOURCE OF WATER FOR
DRINKING AND COOKING AND BY STATE, 2007. 35

TABLE 2.5 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY MAJOR SOURCE OF WATER FOR
DRINKING AND COOKING AND BY STATE, 2008. 36

TABLE 2.6: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF REFUSE DISPOSAL FACILITY, 2007 38

TABLE 2.6 Cont'd % DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF REFUSE DISPOSAL FACILITY, 2008 39

TABLE 2.7: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE AND TYPE OFTOILET FACILITY, 2007. 40

TABLE 2.7 cnt'd: PERCENTAGE DISTR .OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE AND TYPE OF TOILET FACILITY, 2008. 41

TABLE 2.8: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF HOUSING UNIT, 2007. 42

TABLE 2.8 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF HOUSING UNIT, 2008. 43

TABLE 2.9: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF FUEL FOR COOKING, 2007. 44

TABLE 2.9 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF FUEL FOR COOKING, 2008. 45

TABLE 2.10: PERCENTAGE DISTR. OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE AND TYPE OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY, 2007. 46

TABLE 2.11 : DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION (AGE 10+) BY MARITAL STATUS NATIONAL, 2006. 48

TABLE 2.13: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS BYSTAGE OF COMPLETION OF BUILDING,2008. 51

TABLE 3.1 NATIONAL SUMMARY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL STATISTICS 2004-2008. 55

TABLE 3.1a NATIONAL SUMMARY OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STATISTICS, 2004-2008. 55

TABLE 3.2 : NUMBER OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA, 2004 – 2008. 57

TABLE 3.3 : NUMBER OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASSROOMS BY STATE IN NIGERIA, 2004-2008. 58

TABLE 3.4 : PRIMARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT BY STATE, YEAR AND SEX, 2004-2008. 59

TABLE 3.5: QUALITY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE AND GENDER, 2005. 60

TABLE 3.5 Cont'd : QUALITY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, 2006. 61

TABL3.5 Cont'd: TOTAL NUMBER OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY SEX,2007-2008. 62

TABLE 3.6 SUMMARY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL STATISTICS PUPIL /TEACHER RATIO,1999-2008. 63

TABLE 3.7 NUMBER OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS BY STATE IN NIGERIA, 2004 – 2008. 64

TABLE 3.8: NUMBER OF CLASSROOMS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS BY STATE IN NIGERIA, 2004 – 2008.. 65
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TABLE 3.9a SECONDARY SCHOOLS ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2003. 66

TABLE 3.9b: TABLE 3.SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2004. 68

TABLE 3.9b Cont'd: TABLE 3.SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2004. 69

TABLE 3.9c: SECONDARY SCHOOLS ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2005. 70

TABLE 3.9c: CONT, SECONDARY SCHOOLS ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2005. 71

TABLE 3.9d: TOTAL ENROLMENT IN JUNIOR SECONDARY, 2006-2008. 72

TABLE 3.9 e : TOTAL ENROLMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY, 2006-2008. 73

TABLE 3.10: SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, SEX, AND QUALIFICATION, 2005. 74

TABLE 3.10: SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, SEX, AND QUALIFICATION, 2005. 75

TABLE3.11a: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE 2003. 77

TABLE 3.11b: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2004. 79

TABLE 3.11c: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2005. 80

TABLE 3.11d: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2006. 81

TABLE3.11e: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE 2007. 82

TABLE 3.11f: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2008. 83

TABLE 3.11g STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2003. 84

TABLE 3.11h STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2004. 85

TABLE 3.11i STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2005. 87

TABLE 3.11j STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2006. 89

TABLE 3.11k STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2007. 90

TABLE 3.11l STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2008. 92

TABLE 3.11m STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2003. 94

TABLE 3.11n STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2004. 96

TABLE 3.11o STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2005 98

TABLE 3.11p STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2006 100

TABLE 3.11q STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2007 101

TABLE 3.12: TOTAL ENROLMENT IN ADULT LITERACY EDUCATION CENTRES BY STATE


AND GENDER, 2004 - 2008 102

TABLE 3.13: NUMBER OF NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS BY STATE, 2004 - 2008 104

TABLE 3.14: NUMBER OF NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS PUPILS BY STATE, 2004 - 2008 105

TABLE 3.15: NUMBER OF NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, 2004 - 2008 106
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TABLE 3.16 NATIONAL SUMMARY OF NOMADIC SCHOOL STATISTICS, 2004-2008 107

TABLE 3.17 TOTAL STUDENT ENROLMENT IN NIGERIAN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION BY INSTITUTION


AND SEX, 2003/2004-2007/2008 108

TABLE 3.18 NEW ENTRANTS INTO NIGERIAN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION BY INSTITUTION AND SEX,
2003/2004-2007/2008 110

TABLE 3.19 DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF IN COLLEGES OF


EDUCATION BY FUNCTION AND SEX, 2004/2005 112

TABLE 3.19 DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF IN FEDERAL COLLEGES OF


EDUCATION BY FUNCTION AND SEX, 2005/2006 115

TABLE 3.19 CONT. DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF IN FEDERAL COLLEGES
OF EDUCATION BY FUNCTION AND SEX, 2006/2007 116

TABLE 3.19 cont. DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF IN FEDERAL COLLEGES
OF EDUCATION BY FUNCTION AND SEX, 2007/2008 117

TABLE 3.19e SUMMARY OF STUDENT ENROLMENT IN FEDERAL COLLEGES OF EDUCATION BY STATE OF


ORIGIN, 2005/2006-2007/2008. 118

TABLE 3.19e SUMMARY OF GRADUATE OUTPUT BY STATE OF ORIGIN FROM FEDERAL COLLEGES OF
EDUCATION, 2005/2006-2006/2007 120

TABLE 3.20 NATIONAL TEACHERS' INSTITUTE STUDENT ENROLMENT BY STATE AND GENDER
ON DISTANCE LEANING, 2003/2004-2006/2007 121

TABLE 3.21 NATIONAL TEACHERS' INSTITUTE STUDENT OUT-TURN BY STATE (COMPLETERS),


2003/2004-2006/2007. 122

TABLE 3.22b SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2001/2002 125

TABLE 3.22c SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2002/2003 127

TABLE 3.22d SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2003/2004 129

TABLE 3.22e SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2004/2005 131

TABLE 3.23 TOTAL ENROLMENT OF STUDENTS IN NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS BY INSTITUTION,

PROPRIETORSHIP AND SEX, 2000/2001-2004/2005 133

TABLE 3.23 cont. TOTAL ENROLMENT OF STUDENTS IN NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS BY INSTITUTION,


PROPRIETORSHIP AND SEX, 2000/2001-2004/2005 135

TABLE 3.24 ACADEMIC STAFF DISTRIBUTION OF NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS BY SEX AND INSTITUTION
2001/2002-2004/2005 137

TABLE 3.24 cont. ACADEMIC STAFF DISTRIBUTION OF NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS BY SEX AND
INSTITUTION 2001/2002-2004/2005 139

TABLE 3.25a SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2000/2001 141

TABLE 3.25a cont. SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2000/2001 142

TABLE 3.25b SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2001/2002 144

TABLE 3.25c SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2002/2003 145


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TABLE 3.25c cont. SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2002/2003 146

TABLE 3.25d SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2004/2005 147

TABLE 3.25d SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2004/2005 149

TABLE 3.26: JOINT ADMISSION AND MATRICULATION BOARD UNIVERSITIES MATRICULATION


EXAMINATION, 2001-2005. 150

TABLE 3.26a: ADMISSION STATISTICS INTO NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES BY INSTITUTION AND SEX,
2003/2004-2006/2007 152

TABLE 3.26b: APPLICATION INTO NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES BY STATE OF ORIGIN AND SEX,
2003/2004-2007/2008. 154

TABLE 3.26c: ADMISSION INTO NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES BY STATE OF ORIGIN AND SEX, 2003/2004-2007/2008 155

TABLE 3.27 ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION AND SEX (UNDERGRADUATE), 2003/2004- 2004/2005 156

TABLE 3.28 ACADEMIC STAFF BY INSTITUTION (ALL UNIVERSITIES), 2000/2001-2002/2003 158

TABLE 3.28 ACADEMIC STAFF BY INSTITUTION (ALL UNIVERSITIES), 2003/2004-2004/2005 160

TABLE 3.29a TOTAL ENROLMENT IN FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES BY MAJOR DISCIPLINE, (2001 - 2006) 162

TABLE 3.29b NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES BY MAJOR DISCIPLINE, (2001-2006) 162

TABLE 3.29C STUDENT /TEACHER RATIO IN FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES, (2001-2006) 163

TABLE 3.30 ACADEMIC STAFF BY INSTITUTION AND GRADE FOR FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES, (2001- 2005) 164

TABLE 3.31b GRADUATE OUTPUT BY POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA 2000/2001 -- 2004/2005 165

TABLE 3.32a GRADUATE OUTPUT BY MASTERS DEGREE, 2000/2001 -- 2004/2005 166

TABLE 3.32b GRADUATE OUTPUT BY DOCTORATE DEGREE, 2000/2001 -- 2004/2005 166

TABLE 3.33 GRADUATE OUTPUT (BACHELOR'S DEGREE, POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA, MASTER'S


DEGREE AND DOCTORATE DEGREE,2000/2001-2004/2005 167

TABLE 3.34 NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE CORP (NYSC) DISTRIBUTION BY STATE AND BY SEX 2004-2005 168

TABLE 3.34 Cont'd NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE CORP (NYSC) DISTRIBUTION BY STATE AND BY SEX
2006-2008 . 170

TABLE3.34b: DISTRIBUTION OF CORPS MEMBER BY DISCIPLINE, 2004-2008 171

TABLE 3.35 STATISTICS OF REGISTERED STUDENTS IN NIGERIAN LAW SCHOOL, 2003-2007 172

TABLE 3.36 STATISTSCS OF STUDENTS OUTPUT IN NIGERIAN LAW SCHOOL 2003-2007 172

TABLE 3.37: REGISTERED MEMBERS OF TEACHERS REGISTRATION COUNCIL OF NIGERIA BY STATE


AND GENDER(Primary School Teachers),2003-2008 173

TABLE 3.38: REGISTERED MEMBERS OF TEACHERS REGISTRATION COUNCIL OF NIGERIA BY STAE AND
GENDER(Secondary School Teachers),2003-2008. 174

TABLE 3.39 PERCENTAGE OF ADULT AND YOUTH LITERACY IN ANY LANGUAGE,2008 175

TABLE 4.1: HEALTH MANPOWER SITUATION IN NIGERIA, 2004- 2008 179


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TABLE 4.1a SELECTED HEALTH MANPOWER SITUATION IN THE STATE, 2008 180

TABLE 4.2a: PROJECTED HIV POPULATION BY STATES 2002-2008 181

TABLE4.2b HIV/AIDS PREVALENCE RATE IN NIGERIA, 2001,2003 ,2005& 2008 182

TABLE4.3 : HEALTH CARE FACILITIES BY OWNERSHIP AND STATE 2004 183

TABLE4.4: HEALTH CARE FACILITIES POPULATION RATIO BY STATE 2000 184

TABLE4.5 HEALTH CARE FACILITIES POPULATION RATIO BY STATE 2004 185

TABLE 4.6 REPORTED CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES 2002-2008 186

TABLE 4.6a REPORTED CASES OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES, 2008. 188

TABLE4.7: REPORTED CASES OF DEATHS FROM NOTIFIABLE DISEASES,2002-2008 189

TABLE 4.7a REPORTED DEATHS OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES, 2008. 190

TABLE 4.7a cont. REPORTED DEATHS OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES, 2008. 191

TABLE4.8.1: TOTAL NUMBER OF REGISTERED COMPANIES BY NAFDAC 2001-2006 192

TABLE4.8.2 NUMBER OF REGISTERED PRODUCTS BY NAFDAC 2001-2008 192

TABLE 4.8.3: NUMBER OF COMPLETED APPLICATION FORMS RECEIVED 2002-2008 193

TABLE4.9: PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN CURRENTLY ON FAMILY PLANNING 2001 - 2005 194

TABLE4.10: PERCENTAGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN RECEIVING ANTI-TETANUS INJECTION BY STATE


2002-2008 195

TABLE4.11: PERCENTAGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN REGISTERED WITH CLINICS BY STATE, 2001-2008 197

TABLE4.12: CRUDE DEATH RATE BY STATE 2001-2005 198

TABLE 4.13: PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN MARRIED BEFORE 15 YEARS OLD 2001-2005 199

TABLE4.14a :ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLMENT INTO PROFESSIONAL HEALTH PROGRAMMES, 2002 - 2006 200

TABLE 4.14b: GRADUATION INTO THE PROFESSIONS BY YEAR,2002-2006. 200

TABLE 4:15 NIGERIA BASIC DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS 201

TABLE 4.16 HEALTH INDICATORS FOR NIGERIA 2005 202

TABLE 4.17: CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES 203

TABLE 4.18: CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES (CHOLERA), 2003 - 2005 204

TABLE 4.19 CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES (DIARRHOEA,WATERY WITH BLOOD), 2003-2005. 205

TABLE 4.20: CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES SCHISTOSOMIASIS 2003-2005 206

TABLE4.21 CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES (TYPHOD FEVER), 2003 -2005 207

TABLE4.22a : REPORTED CASES OF TUBERCULOSIS IN NIGERIA 2004 - 2008 208

TABLE4.22b REPORTED CASES OF LEPROSY IN NIGERIA 2000 -2008 208


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TABLE4.23: MALARIA CASES IN NIGERIA FOR THE YEARS, 2004 - 2008 209

TABLE4.24 REPORTED DEATHS FROM MALARIA, 2002 - 2007 210

TABLE4.25 REPORTED CASES OF MALARIA/ANEMIE SEVERE 2003-2007 211

TABLE4.26 REPORTED CASES ON MALARIA PREGNANT WOMEN 15+ 2003-2007 212

TABLE4.27 REPORTED DEATHS FROM MALARIA/ANEMIE SEVERE, 2003- 2007. 213

TABLE4.28: REPORTED DEATH FROM MALARIA PREGNANT WOMEN 15+ YEAR 2004-2008 214

TABLE4.29: MORTALITY BY GENDER AGE SPECIFIC DEATH RATES BY YEAR AND GENDER 2002-2006 215

TABLE4.30: INFANT IMMUNIZIATION BY STATE AND YEAR 2003-2005 216

TABLE4.30cont,d INFANT IMMUNIZIATION BY STATE AND YEAR 2006-2007 217

TABLE 4.31: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF CHILDREN (ONE YEAR OR LESS) BY TYPE OF IMMUNISATION
RECEIVED, 2008. 218

TABLE 4.32: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTIO OF PERSONS AGED 15 YEARS AND ABOVE BY METHOD OF
FAMILY PLANNING USED AND SECTOR,2008. 219

TABLE 4.33 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF DEATHS IN LAST 12 MONTHS BY SEX OF DECEASE, 2008 220

TABLE4.34 PERCETAGE DISTRIBUTION OF REGISTERED STILLBIRTH BY YEAR OF REGISTRATION,


2002-2007. 221

TABLE4.35: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF BIRTH IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS BY STATE SECTOR AND
WEIGHT(KG), 2008. 222

TABLE 5.1 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF UNEMPLOYED AND UNDER-EMPLOYED BY STATE


AND GENDER, 2005 224

TABLE 5.2a PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY HOURS OF WORK BY SECTOR


AND GENDER, 2006 225

TABLE5.2a cont'd PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY HOURS OF WORK BY


SECTOR AND SEX, 2007 225

TABLE5.3a PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY INDUSTRY, SECTOR,


AND GENDER, 2006. 226

TABLE5.3a Cont'd PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY INDUSTRY, SECTOR, AND


SEX, 2007 228
TABLE 5.4a COMPARISON OF UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY STATE, 2006-2008 229

TABLE 5.5 SUMMARY OF INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES, 2002-2007 230

TABLER 5.6 WORK STOPPAGES BY INDUSTRY, 2002- 2007 230

TABLE 5.7 WORKERS INVOLVED IN DISPUTES BY INDUSTRY, 2002 - 2006 231

TABLE 5.8 MAN- DAYS LOST BY INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES, 2002 - 2007 231

TABLE5.9 EMPLOYMENT IN CROP FARMING BY SEX AND CATEGORY OF WORKER,,2001/2002.(000) 232

TABLE 5.10 EMPLOYMENT IN CROP FARMING BY SEX AND CATEGORY OF WORKER: 2002/2003 ('000) 233
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TABLE5.11 EMPLOYMENT IN CROP FARMING BY SEX AND CATEGORY OF WORKER, 2003/2004.('000) 234

TABLE5.12 EMPLOYMENT IN CROP FARMING BY SEX AND CATEGORY OF WORKER, 2004/2005.('000) 235

TABLE5.13 EMPLOYMENT IN CROP FARMING BY SEX AND CATEGORY OF WORKER; 2005/2006. 236

TABLE5.14 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY ENGAGEMENT IN


VOLUNTARY OR SOCIAL WORK, SECTOR AND GENDER, 2007 237

TABLE5.15: UNEMPLOYMEMT RATES BY STATE 2003 - 2008. 238

TABLE 6.1: SUMMARY OF ROAD ACCIDENTS IN NIGERIA SHOWING NUMBER OF REPORTED CASES
AND PERSONS INVOLVED, 2002-2007 242

TABLE6.2: TOTAL NUMBER OF CASES REPORTED ON ROAD ACCIDENTS BY STATE, 2002 - 2007 243

TABLE6.3a: TOTAL NUMBER OF PERSONS REPORTED INJURED IN ROAD ACCIDENTS IN NIGERIA BY


STATE, 2002 - 2007 244

TABLE 6.3b TOTAL NUMBER OF PERSONS REPORTED KILLED IN ROAD ACCIDENTS BY STATE, 2002-2007 245

TABLE 6.4: TOTAL NUMBER OF REPORTED CASES OF ROAD ACCIDENTS IN NIGERIA BY STATE, 2002-2007 246

TABLE6.4 Cont'd: TOTAL NUMBER OF REPORTED CASES OF ROAD ACCIDENTS, 2005-2007 247

TABLE6.5a INMATE POPULATION AND RECIDIVISM, 2001-2005 248

TABLE6.5b PRISON ADMISSIONS BY AGE GROUP, 2004-2008 248

TABLE6.5c PRISON ADMISSION BY TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT, 2004-2008 249

TABLE6.5d PRISON ADMISSION CLASSIFIED BY RELIGION (2004-2008) 249

TABLE6.6: BANK FRAUD STATISTICS IN NIGERIA BY STATE,2006 250

TABLE6.6b: BANK FRAUD STATISTICS IN NIGERIA BY STATE,2007 251

TABLE 6.7: PRISON ADMISSION BY TYPES OF OFFENCE2001-2006 252

TABLE 6.8a: TOTAL NUMBER OF CASES ADJOURNED AT THE INSTANCE OF POLICE IN NIGERIA BY
STATE, 2002-2007. 253

TABLE 6.8b: TOTAL NUMBER OF CASES ADJOURNED AT THE INSTANCE OF COURT IN NIGERIA
BY STATE, 2002 - 2007 254

TABLE 6.9: CASES OF MISSING PERSONS IN NIGERIA BY STATE, 2002 - 2004 255

TABLE6.9 contd: CASES OF MISSING PERSONS IN NIGERIA AND BY STATE, 2005 - 2007 256

TABLE: 6.10 NUMBER OF VEHICLES STOLEN, RECOVERED AND NOT RECOVERED IN NIGERIA
BY STATE, 2005-2007. 257

TABLE 6.11 TOTAL NUMBER OF REPORTED ARMED ROBBERY CASES IN NIGERIA BY STATE, 2003 - 2007 258

TABLE:6.12: PRISON INMATE POPULATION BY STATE, 2004 - 2008 259

TABLE 6.13: PRISON CAPACITY BY STATE, 2002 - 2008 260

TABLE 6.14 TOTAL NUMBER OF PETITIONS RECEIVED BY GEO- POLITICAL ZONE, 2002-2007 261
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TABLE6.15: SUMMARY OF PETITIONS REFERED FOR INVESTIGATION, 2002-2005 261

TABLE6.16: TOTAL NUMBER OF REPORTED FIRE OUTBREAKS IN NIGERIA BY TYPE 2004-2008 262

TABLE 6.17: AREA COMMANDS/DIVISIONS/STATIONS/P/POSTS, 2006 . 263

TABLE 6.17: cont. AREA COMMANDS/DIVISIONS/STATIONS/P/POSTS, 2007. 264

TABLE6.18: NUMBER OF POLICEMEN BY STATE AND RANK, 2006 AND 2007 266

TABLE 6.19: DISTRIBUTION OF DISASTERS IN NIGERIA BY STATE, 2003-2007 268

TABLE 7.1b: POPULATION DISTRIBUTION BY AGE GROUP, AND SEX , NATIONAL ,2006. 271

TABLE 7.2a: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: ABIA 272

TABLE 7.2b 2006 : FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: ADAMAWA 272

TABLE 7.2c: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: AKWA IBOM . 273

TABLE 7.2d: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: ANAMBRA 274

TABLE 7.2e: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: BAUCHI 275

TABLE 7.2f: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: BAYELSA 275

TABLE 7.2g: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: BENUE 276

TABLE 7.2h : 2006 FINALPOPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: BORNO 277

TABLE 7.2i: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: CROSS RIVER 278

TABLE 7.2j: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: DELTA 279

TABLE 7.2k: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: EBONYI 280

TABLE 7.2l: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA EDO 281

TABLE7.2m : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: EKITI 281

TABLE 7.2n: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: ENUGU 282

TABLE 7.2O: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: GOMBE 282

TABLE 7.2p: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: IMO 283

TABLE 7.2q: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: JIGAWA 284

TABLE 7.2r : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: KADUNA 285

TABLE 7.2s: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: KANO 286

TABLE 7.2t: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: KATSINA 287

TABLE 7.2U: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: KEBBI 288

TABLE 7.2V: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: KOGI 289

TABLE 7.2w: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: KWARA 290
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TABLE 7.2x: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: LAGOS 290

TABLE 7.2y: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: NASSARAWA 291

TABLE 7.2z : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: NIGER 292

TABLE 7.2aa: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: OGUN 293

TABLE 7.2ab : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: ONDO 293

TABLE 7.2ac : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: OSUN 294

TABLE 7.2ad : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: OYO 295

TABLE 7.2ae : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: PLATEAU 296

TABLE 7.2af : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: RIVERS 297

TABLE 7.2ag: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: SOKOTO 298

TABLE 72ah : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: TARABA 299

TABLE 7.2ai : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: YOBE 299

TABLE 7.2aj : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: ZAMFARA 300

TABLE 7.2ak : 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: FCT 300

TABLE 7.3 STATISTICS OF BIRTHS AND DEATHS REGISTRATION BY GENDER, 2001-2007 301

TABLE 7.4 DISTRIBUTION OF DISABILITY BY TYPES,SEX AND STATE, 2006. 302

TABLE 7.4 Cont'd: DISTRIBUTION OF DISABILITY BY TYPES,SEX AND STATE, 2006 303

TABLE 7.5 TOTAL REGISTERED DEATHS BY YEAR OF REGISTRATION AND STAE, 2002-2007 304

TABLE 7.6 TOTAL REGISTERED LIVE BIRTH BY BIRTH ORDER, 2007 305

TABLE 7.7 TOTAL REGISTERED LIVE BIRTH BY LEVEL OF EDUCATION OF FATHER AND STATE, 2007 306

TABLE 7.8 TOTAL REGISTERED LIVE BIRTHS BY SECTOR AND STATES: 2007 307

TABLE 7.9 TOTAL REGISTERED LIVE BIRTH BY LEVEL OF EDUCATION OF MOTHER AND STATE,2007. 308

TABLE 7.10 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF LIVE BIRTH BY STATE, 2002-2007 310

TABLE 8.1: 1999 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS VOTES CAST BY STATE 313

TABLE 8.2: 1999 SENATORIAL ELECTIONS, DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS WON BY EACH PARTY AND STATE 314

TABLE 8.3: 1999 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ELECTIONS: DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS WON BY EACH
PARTY AND STATE 316

TABLE 8.4 : 2003 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS VOTE CAST BY STATE 318

TABLE 8.5: 2003 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ELECTIONS, DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS WON BY EACH
PARTY AND STATE 319

TABLE 8.6 2003 SENATORIAL ELECTION DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS WON BY EACH PARTY AND STATE 320
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TABLE 8.7a: DISTRIBUTION OF VOTES WON IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS: BY EACH PARTY
AND STATE (2003). 321

TABLE 8.7b: DISTRIBUTION OF VOTES WON IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS BY EACH PARTY
AND STATE (2003) 322

TABLE8.7c: DISTRIBUTION OF VOTES WON IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS BY EACH PARTY


AND STATE (2003) CONT'D 323

TABLE 8.7d DISTRIBUTION OF VOTES WON IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS BY EACH PARTY AND
STATE (2003) CONT'D 324

TABLE8.7e DISTRIBUTION OF VOTES WON IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS BY EACH PARTY


AND STATE (2003) CONT'D 325

TABLE8.7f DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS WON IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS BY EACH PARTY


AND STATE (2003) CONT'D 326

TABLE 8.8 NUMBER OF SEATS HELD IN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY BY STATE AND GENDER (1999-2007 327

TABLE 8.8 CONTD. NUMBER OF SEATS HELD IN NATIONAL ASSEMBLY BY STATE AND GENDER
(1999-2007) 328

TABLE 8.9 2007 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS TOTAL VOTES SCORED BY MAJOR POLITICAL PARTIES
IN THE STATES 329

TABLE 8.10 NUMBER OF SEATS HELD IN STATE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY BY GENDER (1999-2007) 330

TABLE8.11 NUMBER OF SEATS HELD IN STATE HOUSES OF ASSEMBLY BY GENDER, 1999-2007 331

TABLE8.12 NUMBER OF SEATS HELD IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT COUNCILS AND WARDS BY GENDER,
1999-2007 332

TABLE 8.13 NUMBER OF SEATS HELD IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT COUNCILS AND WARDS BY GENDER
(1999-2007 333

TABLE8.14 : NUMBER OF NATIONAL ASSEMBLY MEMBERS/COMMITTEECHIRPERSONS BY GENDER,


1999,2003 AND 2007 334

TABLE 8.15: NUMBERICAL AND PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF SENATORIAL SEATS BY THE SIX
GEOPOLITICAL ZONES AND FTC, 2007 335

TABLE 8.16: NUMBERICAL AND PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY SEATS


BY THE SIX GEO-POLITICAL ZONES AND THE FCT, 2007. 336

TABLE 8.17: NUMBERICAL AND % DISTRI. OF SENATORIA SEATS IN THE 4th, 5th & 6th ASSEMBLIES BY
POLITICAL PARTY. 337

TABLE 8.18: NUMBER OF JUSTICES AND JUDGES IN THE FEDERAL COURTS, 2008 338

TABLE 8.19: NUMBER OF JUDGES IN THE STATE HIGH COURT , 2008 339

TABLE 8.20: NUMBER OF JUDGES IN THE STATE CUSTOMARY COURT OF APPEAL, 2008 341

TABLE 8.21: NUMBER OF JUDGES IN THE STATE SHARIA COURT OF APPEAL, 2008 342

TABLE 8.22: POLITICAL OFFICE HOLDERS WHO DECLARED THEIR ASSETS BY STAE, 2001-2007. 343

TABLE 8.23: CIVIL SERVANTS BETWEEN GL 12-GL17 WHO DECLARED THEIR ASSETS BY STATE, 2001-2007 344

TABLE 9.0: NIPOST SERVICES 2004 347


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TABLE 9.1a: POSTAL SERVICES 2005 348

TABLE 9.1b: POSTAL SERVICES 2006 349

TABLE 9.1c: POSTAL SERVICES 2007 350

TABLE 9.1d: POSTAL SERVICES 2008 351

TABLE 9.2a DISTRIBUTION OF NIPOST BOXES AND PMBS BY STATE 2005 352

TABLE 9.2b: DISTRIBUTION OF NIPOST BOXES AND PRIVATE MAIL BAGS BY STATE 2006 353

TABLE 9.2C: DISTRIBUTION OF NIPOST BOXES AND PRIVATE MAIL BAGS BY STATE 2006 354

TABLE 9.2d DISTRIBUTION OF NIPOST BOXES AND PRIVATE MAIL BAGS BY STATE 2008 355

TABLE 9.3: NIGERIA TELECOMMUNICATIONS LIMITED OUT -GOING AND IN-COMING SERCICES
(PAID MINUTES) SCHEDULE, 2005-2007. 356

TABLE 9.4a: TELECOMS SUBSRIBER INFORMATION TOTAL CONNECTED LINES AND


TELEDENSITY 2004-2008 357

TABLE 9.4b: VOLUME AND VALUE OF CALLS/MESSAGES 2005 357

TABLE 9.4bcontd: VOLUME AND VALUE OF CALLS/MESSAGES 2007 358

TABLE 9.5a PRE- PAID CHARGES IN NAIRA (2006) 359

TABLE 9.5a Contd. PRE- PAID CHARGES IN NAIRA (2006) 359

TABLE 9.5a Contd PRE- PAID CHARGES IN NAIRA (2006) 360

TABLE 9.5a Contd PRE- PAID CHARGES IN NAIRA (2007) 361

TABLE 9.6 COMMUNICATIONS SECTOR, 2002-2006 361

TABLE 9.7: Subscriber and Industry Information 2007 362

TABLE 9.8 : Total Traffic (Mobile) 363

TABLE 9.9: Total Number of Employees (Mobile) 2007 364

TABLE 9.7Cont'd Subscriber and Industry Information 2008 364

TABLE 9.8 Cont'd Total Traffic (Mobile) 364

TABLE 9.9Cont'd Total Number of Employees (Mobile) 2008 364

TABLE10.1: LENGTH OF FEDERAL ROADS IN THE STATES 2003 - 2006 366

TABLE10.1: CONTD. LENGTH OF FEDERAL ROADS IN THE STATES 2003 - 2006 367

TABLE10.2: LENGTH OF FEDERAL ROADS BY STATE (CLASSIFIED) AS AT DECEMBER, 2006 369

TABLE10.2: LENGTH OF FEDERAL ROADS BY STATE (CLASSIFIED) AS AT DECEMBER, 2008 370

TABLE 10.3b: REPORTED TRAIN ACCIDENTS IN NIGERIA, 2001 - 2006 371

TABLE10.4b: NIGERIAN RAILWAY CORPORATIONS COST OF OPERATION/INPUTS ,2003-2008. 372


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TABLE 10.5: FIVE YEARS STATISTIC,S 2000 - 2004, OF PASSENGERS TRAFFIC IN THE FOUR (4)
MAJOR AIRPORTS: ABUJA , LAGOS (MMA), KANO & PORT HARCOURT 373

TABLE 10.5: FIVE YEARS STATISTIC,S 2000 - 2004, OF PASSENGERS TRAFFIC 374

TABLE 10.6a: PASSENGER MOVEMENT AT DOMESTIC AIRPORTS, 2003-2007 374

TABLE 10.6b: PASSENGER MOVEMENT AT DOMESTIC AIRPORTS, 2003-2007 375

TABLE 10.7: DISTANCE FROM STATE CAPITALS TO ABUJA 376

TABLE 11.1 MONTHLY GENERATION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2007 378

TABLE 11.1 CONTD. MONTHLY GENERATION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2007 380

TABLE 11.1 . MONTHLY GENERATION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2008 380

TABLE 11.1 CONTD. MONTHLY GENERATION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2008 381

TABLE 11.1 CONTD. MONTHLY GENERATION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2008 382

TABLE 11.2 MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2006 383

TABLE 11.2 Cont.d MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2006 383

TABLE 11.2 Cont’d MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2006 384

TABLE 11.2 MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2007 384

TABLE 11.2 Cont’d MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2007 385

TABLE 11.2 Cont'd. MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2007 385

TABLE 11.2 cont’d MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2008 386

TABLE 11.2 cont’d MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2008 387

TABLE 11.2 Cont’d. MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2008 388

TABLE 11.3 MONTHLY DELIVERED ENERGY TO THE ZONES/DISTRICTS FROM THE GRID 2007 389

TABLE 11.3 cont’d MONTHLY DELIVERED ENERGY TO THE ZONES/DISTRICTS FROM THE GRID 2007 389

TABLE 11.3 Cont’d MONTHLY DELIVERED ENERGY TO THE DISCOS 2007 390

TABLE 11.3 Cont’d MONTHLY DELIVERED ENERGY IN MWH TO DISCOS 2008 392

TABLE 11.3 Cont’d MONTHLY DELIVERED ENERGY IN MWH TO DISCOS 2008 394

TABLE 12.1: DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS TO STATES BY MUSLIM PILGRIMS WEL FARE BOARD/
AGENCIES ,2002-2008 398
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LIST OF CHARTS
FIGURE 1.3 RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE, 2005 7

FIGURE 1.7 % DISTRIBUTION OF HH MEMBER BY AGE GROUP, 2008 14

FIGURE 2.2 % DISTRIBUTIONOF HH BY MARITAL STATUS 25

FIGURE 2.5 SOURCES OF DRINKING WATER 37

FIGURE 2.12 BUILDING STARTED 50

FIGURE 2.12 : BUILDING COMPLETED STAGE ,2008 52

FIGURE 3.1a: NATIONAL SUMMARY SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT AND TEACHERS 2002-2006 56

FIGURE 3.39 % OF LITERACY IN NIGERIA 2008. 176

FIGURE 5.1: COMPARISM OF UNEMPLOYMENT BY STATE 227

FIGURE: 5.2 UNEMPLOYMENT RATES 239

FIGURE 6.17 AREA COMMANDERS/DIVISIONS/STATIONS/POSTS-2007 265

FIGURE 7.9 LEVEL OF EDUCATION OF MOTHER 2007 309

FIGURE 7.10 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF LIVE BIRTH IN NIGERIA (2002 – 2007) 311

FIGURE 8.2 SENATORIA SEATS BY EACH PARTY - 1999 315

FIGURE 8.14 NUMBER OF NATIONAL ASSEMBLY MEMBERS/COMMITTEE CHIRPERSONS BY GENDER,


1999 ,2003 AND 2007 334

FIGURE 8.16 PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY SEATS 2007 336

FIGURE 8.3 NUMBER OF FEDERAL CONSTITUENCY 317

FIGURE 8.17 NUMBERICAL AND % DISTRI. OF SENATORIAR SEATS IN THE 4th, 5th & 6th ASSEMBLIES
BY POLITICAL PARTY 337

FIGURE 8.18 NO. OF JUSTICE AND JUDGES AND IN FEDERAL HIGH COURT ABUJA 2008 338

FIGURE 8.19 JUDGES IN NIGERIA 2008 340

FIGURE 9.7 Subscriber and Industry Information 2007 362

FUGURE 9.8 Total Traffic (Mobile) 363

FIGURE 10.1 TOTAL LENGTH (KM) –2003 – 2006 368

FIGURE 10.3b REPORTED TRAIN ACCIDENT BY DERAILMENT IN NIGERIA 2002-2006 371

FIGURE 10.3 REPORTED TRAIN ACCIDENTS IN NIGERIA 2001 - 2006 372

FIGURE 10.6b PASSENGERS CARRIED AT DOMESTIC AIRPORTS 2003 - 2007 375

FIGURE 11.4: ELECTRICITY 2007 396

FIGURE 12.1 TOTAL NO OF SEATS BY MUSLIM PILGRIMS WELFARE BOARD/AGENCIES, 2002 - 2008 399
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CHAPTER ONE

HOUSEHOLDS

A Household is constituted by group of people living together and maintaining a unique eating
arrangement. This chapter presents data on demographic characteristics of households such as number
of persons living in households, as well as household’s size. It also show the spread, placement or
location; geographically or within a particular area.
The economic and social development of a nation may be determined by its demographic variables
such as the structure of the population.

Table 1.1 shows the percentage distribution of persons in the households, disaggregated by sex, size
and State for a five year period, 2004 to 2008. In the period under review, households had more male
than female members.
On a State basis, Sokoto maintained the lead in 2008 with 54.4% male members of households, while
Osun had the highest percentage of female members, 52.1 for the same year. The largest household
size was recorded in Kebbi with 10.9 in 2008, while Ekiti and Ogun recorded the least of 3.2, each.

Table 1.2 shows the population distribution by type of households and sex for 2006. The total number
of households in Nigeria was 28,900,492 in 2006. The total number of regular households accounted
for the highest number with 28,197,085 (about 95.7%), while Transient persons households recorded,
the least of 22,932, (about 0.1%).

Table 1.3 shows both percentage and absolute distribution of population by relationship to the head of
households in 2005 and 2006 respectively. In 2006, children accounted for the highest member of
relationship to the head of households with 74,846,086 (about 53.3%), while parent with 1,337,158
(about 0.01%) recorded the least. On Gender basis, male recorded the highest with 71,345,488 (about
50.8%) compared to female with 69,086,302 (about 49.2%).

Table 1.4 recorded the distribution of population (age 6 years and above) by literacy status, sex and
State. It shows that, 75,751,576 of this age group are literate and of this number, about 54.0% are male
while female accounted for 46.0%. On State basis Lagos recorded the highest with 6,843,999 (about
9.0%), while Nassrawa had the least of 782,734 (about 1.0%)

Table 1.5 shows the distribution of population (6 years and above) by State and schooling status, 2006.
Never attended recorded the highest with 36,141,352 (about 31.9%), followed by attended in the past
but not now with 31,197,215 about 27.6%. A total of 45,920,004 (about 40.5%) persons are currently
attending various schools from primary to tertiary. On State basis, Kano had the highest number of
never attended with 2,896,331 while FCT recorded the least of 228,039. Kano also recorded the
highest number of children in the primary school with 1,217,553, while FCT had the least with
191,290.

Table 1.6 shows percentage distribution of households head by State and household’s size, 2006 to
2008. In the three years, male headed households had the highest with 83.5% 83.7% and 86.8%
respectively compared with 16.7%, 16.3% and 13.2% recorded by female headed households. In 2008,
Yobe State recorded the highest male headed households with 98.6% while Abia had the highest
female headed households with 31.9%.

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Table 1.7 shows percentage distribution of person by State and age group 2006 to 2008. In 2008, age
group 0-9 had the highest percentage of 16.3 and 14.6 respectively for male and female. The least was
age group 70-79 with 1.0% and 0.5% for male and female respectively. On a State basis, Zamfara had
the highest percentage distribution of members about 24.0 in age group 0-9 years for male while Imo
had the least with 6.8%. Conversely, Jigawa recorded the highest percentage of 20.3 for female while
Imo maintained the least 6.4%

Table 1.8 shows population distribution of households members aged 6 years and above by
educational attainment 2006. Population with no education recorded the highest figure 43,660.887,
while others had the least of 757,053. On a State basis, Kano had the highest none education with
3,320,983 (about 7.6%) while FCT recorded the least of 268,936 (about 0.6%).

Table 1.9 present average household sizes by State in urban and rural area, 2007 and 2008. In both
years, rural area recorded he highest average households size of 4.7 and 5.4 respectively, compared
with 4.0 and 4.6 recorded in urban area.

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TABLE 1.1: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS IN THE HOUSEHOLDS BY
SEX, SIZE AND STATE (2004 - 2006)
STATE 2004 2005 2006
MALE FEMALE Hhsize MALE FEMALE HHsize MALE FEMALE Hhsize
Abia 47.4 52.6 4.2 49.3 50.7 3.5 49.3 50.7 3.6

Adamawa 48.3 51.7 8.9 48.2 51.8 5.4 48.2 51.8 4.8
Akwa Ibom 50.1 49.9 4.4 54.6 45.4 3.8 54.7 45.3 4.1
Anambra 46.2 53.8 4.3 51.7 48.3 3.3 51.8 48.2 4.3
Bauchi 54.6 45.4 4.6 51.0 49.0 5.7 50.9 49.1 5.8
Bayelsa 54.5 45.5 5.9 46.7 53.3 6.3 46.5 53.4 4.3
Benue 52.0 48.0 6.1 50.8 49.2 5.6 50.8 49.2 5.2
Borno 50.7 49.3 5.5 51.4 48.6 5.0 51.4 48.6 4.6
Cross River 49.6 50.4 5.0 48.7 51.3 3.4 48.7 51.3 4.5
Delta 48.1 51.9 4.1 49.9 50.1 5.7 49.9 50.1 3.2
Ebonyi 48.7 51.3 5.4 50.7 49.3 4.8 50.7 49.3 4.1
Edo 50.8 49.2 4.0 51.9 48.1 3.3 51.9 48.1 3.8
Ekiti 48.1 51.9 3.7 53.7 46.3 5.4 53.8 46.2 3.2
Enugu 4.0 53.2 4.4 48.1 51.9 5.1 49.0 51.9 4.0
Gombe 52.0 48.0 7.7 48.3 51.7 5.1 48.2 51.8 5.9
Imo 49.1 50.9 4.0 44.5 55.5 3.3 44.4 55.6 4.3
Jigawa 50.2 49.8 6.5 55.2 44.8 5.4 55.3 44.7 5.9
Kaduna 53.5 46.5 6.5 47.2 52.8 5.3 47.1 52.9 6.1
Kano 51.8 48.2 5.9 50.8 49.2 6.8 50.8 49.2 6.4
Katsina 50.8 49.2 6.4 48.6 51.4 7.2 48.6 51.4 5.8
Kebbi 53.3 46.7 6.3 52.4 47.6 6.3 52.4 47.6 5.9
Kogi 49.6 50.4 4.7 55.8 44.2 3.3 55.9 44.1 3.6
Kwara 51.4 48.6 4.7 49.8 50.2 5.0 49.8 50.2 4.1
Lagos 50.2 49.8 4.3 51.6 48.4 3.5 51.6 48.4 4.2
Nassarawa 54.5 45.5 6.1 54.9 45.1 4.8 54.9 45.1 5.6
Niger 53.7 46.3 5.4 49.4 50.6 5.8 49.3 50.7 4.9
Ogun 49.8 50.2 3.4 49.9 50.1 6.0 49.9 50.1 2.6
Ondo 47.4 52.6 4.5 51.2 48.8 4.1 51.3 48.7 3.2
Osun 46.6 53.4 3.4 54.3 45.7 4.2 54.4 45.5 3.6
Oyo 49.2 50.8 3.8 53.5 46.5 4.4 53.6 46.4 4.3
Plateau 52.2 47.8 6.3 49.4 50.6 5.3 49.3 50.7 5.4
Rivers 49.6 50.4 3.9 50.6 49.4 4.3 50.6 49.4 4.9
Sokoto 53.7 46.3 5.5 53.6 46.4 4.9 53.6 46.4 5.4
Taraba 52.4 47.6 8.2 50.1 49.9 5.2 50.1 49.9 5.3
Yobe 54.7 45.3 5.2 51.7 48.3 5.8 51.6 48.4 5.7
Zamfara 54.5 45.5 5.8 49.7 50.3 4.5 49.6 50.4 5.2
FCT 52.6 47.4 4.6 52.9 47.1 4.1 52.9 47.1 4.3
Aggregate 50.7 49.3 5.1 50.8 49.2 4.9 50.8 49.2 4.6

Source: (1) NBS General Household Survey Report, 2004-2008. -(Household Size).

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TABLE 1.1 Cont’d: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS IN THE HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX
,SIZE AND STATE (2007 - 2008)
STATE 2007 2008
MALE FEMALE HhsiZe MALE FEMALE Hhsize
Abia 47.3 52.7 3.2 48.3 51.8 3.8
Adamawa 51.4 48.6 5.2 51.2 59.1 6.0
Akwa Ibom 51.2 48.8 4.4 50.8 48.9 5.1
Anambra 47.0 53.0 4.4 46.9 53.0 4.5
Bauchi 50.1 49.9 7.9 51.5 48.3 6.8
Bayelsa 50.7 49.3 3.3 48.6 51.5 4.9
Benue 50.1 49.9 5.1 52.2 47.8 6.1
Borno 51.8 48.2 5.5 54.0 46.0 5.3
Cross 50.0 50.0 3.8 50.9 49.0 4.1
River
Delta 50.0 50.0 4.1 49.8 50.2 3.6
Ebonyi 47.8 52.2 5.0 49.8 50.3 5.3
Edo 49.8 50.2 3.7 49.1 50.9 3.8
Ekiti 52.3 47.7 3.0 52.4 47.5 3.2
Enugu 49.4 50.6 4.1 48.6 51.5 4.0
Gombe 54.3 45.7 6.0 53.0 47.3 5.9
Imo 48.6 51.4 3.8 53.1 46.9 4.5
Jigawa 52.7 47.3 6.0 50.2 49.7 6.5
Kaduna 52.1 47.9 5.6 52.1 48.0 10.4
Kano 51.6 48.4 6.6 50.5 49.4 6.5
Katsina 51.2 48.8 5.7 52.1 48.7 6.0
Kebbi 52.5 47.5 5.7 52.1 48.1 10.9
Kogi 54.6 45.4 4.0 50.5 49.5 3.9
Kwara 51.5 48.5 4.0 49.7 50.3 4.2
Lagos 50.4 49.6 3.7 52.3 47.7 3.8
Nassarawa 52.0 48.0 3.2 52.0 48.0 5.7
Niger 51.9 48.1 5.6 54.3 45.8 4.8
Ogun 48.6 51.4 3.0 50.5 49.3 3.2
Ondo 46.9 53.1 3.6 50.3 49.7 3.7
Osun 47.7 52.3 3.2 47.9 52.1 3.9
Oyo 51.9 48.1 3.6 51.3 48.6 4.0
Plateau 51.4 48.6 5.0 52.8 47.1 5.7
Rivers 52.8 47.2 3.7 51.8 48.9 4.4
Sokoto 54.8 45.2 4.6 54.4 45.9 5.0
Taraba 51.9 48.1 5.4 52.3 47.9 5.3
Yobe 51.7 48.3 5.7 52.5 47.5 5.5
Zamfara 51.0 49.0 5.7 53.6 46.4 5.5
FCT 51.6 48.4 4.4 51.0 49.1 4.9
Aggregate 50.9 49.1 4.4 51.4 48.6 5.2

Source: (1) NBS General Household Survey Report, 2004-2008. -(Household Size).

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TABLE 1.2: POPULATION DISTRIBUTION BY TYPE OF HOUSEHOLD AND SEX (NATIONAL) , 2006.
Household  Households  SEX
by Type 
  mf  m  %m  f  %f 
Regular  28,197,085 133,716,506 67,115,402 50.19 66,601,104  49.81

Institutional/C 382,880 5,013,486 3,260,584 65.04 1,752,902  34.96


ensus 
Funtionaries 
Homeless  38,825 210,977 124,347 58.94 86,630  41.06
Household 
Homeless  47,674 189,069 145,578 77.00 43,491  23.00
Person 
Nomadic  176,046 946,122 489,511 51.74 456,611  48.26
HouseHold 
TransientPerso 22,932 133,070 84,546 63.53 48,524  36.47
ns/Household 
Fishing &  35,050 222,560 125,520 56.40 97,040  43.60
Hunting 
Persons/House
hold 

Total  28,900,492 140,431,790 71,345,488 50.80 69,086,302  49.20

Source;      National Population Commission,Abuja.   

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TABLE 1.3: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF TOTAL POPULATION BY RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD
OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE, 2005

STATE HEAD SPOUSE CHILD PARENT OTHER DOMESTIC NOT TOTAL


S RELATIVE WORKER RELATE
D
Abia 22.1 15.1 52.8 0.7 8.0 1.1 0.2 100

Adamawa 17.7 18.5 58.2 0.5 4.9 0.0 0.1 100

Akwa Ibom 20.1 13.5 57.3 1.0 7.7 0.3 0.1 100

Anambra 24.2 14.9 50.1 1.6 7.7 1.2 0.3 100

Bauchi 17.0 21.1 57.6 0.5 3.9 0.0 0.0 100

Bayelsa 21.1 15.5 53.9 0.4 9.0 0.0 0.0 100


Benue 19.9 17.5 58.5 0.4 3.6 0.0 0.1 100
Borno 23.4 23.2 51.1 0.3 2.0 0.0 0.0 100

Cross River 21.5 13.3 56.9 0.3 7.7 0.3 0.0 100
Delta 24.6 14.0 51.1 0.5 9.4 0.2 0.2 100

Ebonyi 18.3 14.5 60.6 0.6 5.7 0.1 0.1 100


Ekiti 26.4 16.6 49.6 0.4 6.6 0.1 0.0 100

Enugu 21.2 14.7 53.1 0.9 8.8 0.9 0.3 100


Gombe 15.6 19.6 59.8 0.3 4.5 0.0 0.0 100

Imo 22.5 14.9 51.8 1.4 8.5 0.8 0.2 100


Jigawa 15.8 21.0 54.8 0.5 7.3 0.0 0.7 100
Kaduna 16.6 20.5 59.9 0.3 2.6 0.0 0.1 100
Kano 16.5 20.9 58.9 0.4 3.2 0.0 0.1 100

Katsina 18.5 24.6 55.1 0.1 1.6 0.0 0.1 100


Kebbi 17.3 23.2 58.3 0.1 1.1 0.0 0.0 100

Kogi 22.9 15.6 51.8 0.5 9.0 0.1 0.1 100


Kwara 23.0 17.1 50.5 0.4 9.0 0.0 0.1 100

Lagos 24.0 17.5 50.5 0.2 7.6 0.1 0.1 100


Nassarawa 17.2 20.4 59.4 0.2 2.7 0.1 0.1 100

Niger 18.0 21.3 58.0 0.1 2.5 0.1 0.0 100

Ogun 26.0 16.5 44.7 0.7 11.8 0.1 0.2 100

Ondo 23.1 16.8 53.1 0.4 6.4 0.1 0.1 100

Osun 24.9 17.5 48.5 0.3 8.8 0.0 0.1 100

Oyo 24.5 19.2 48.7 0.4 7.1 0.0 0.1 100

Plateau 20.9 19.1 55.0 0.7 4.1 0.1 0.0 100

Rivers 20.1 13.7 58.2 1.1 6.8 0.1 0.0 100

Sokoto 19.8 23.4 53.7 0.4 2.7 0.0 0.0 100

Taraba 18.1 18.6 59.0 0.6 3.6 0.0 0.1 100

Yobe 15.9 20.0 59.5 0.5 3.7 0.0 0.3 100

Zamfara 17.8 24.7 55.5 0.2 1.7 0.0 0.1 100

FCT 21.8 16.9 53.6 0.2 7.1 0.2 0.3 100


Source: Core Welfare Indicators Questionnaire, 2006, NBS.

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TABLE 1.3Cont'd: DISTRIBUTION POPULATION BY RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD BY SEX
2006, NATIONAL
Relationship Both Sexes Sex

Males Females

Head of Household 25,096,511 20,945,578 4,150,933

Spouse 20,193,038 403,581 19,789,457

Child 74,846,086 39,303,923 35,542,163

Parent 1,337,158 179,987 1,157,171

Brother/Sister 4,755,295 2,556,987 2,198,308

Other Blood Relation 6,391,410 3,097,995 3,293,415

Non-Blood Relation 2,609,737 1,451,275 1,158,462

Institutional Household 5,202,555 3,406,162 1,796,393

Total 140,431,790 71,345,488 69,086,302

Source;      National Population Commission,Abuja. 

FIGURE 1.3 RELATIONSHIP TO HEAD OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE, 2005

Relationship by the Head of household 2005

180

160

140

120

S
E 100 Osun
G
A
T Kano
N
C 80 Imo
R
E
P
60

40

20

0
OTHER DOMESTIC NOT
HEAD SPOUSE CHILD PARENTS
RELATIVE WORKER RELATED
Osun 24.9 17.5 48.5 0.3 8.8 0.0 0.1
Kano 16.5 20.9 58.9 0.4 3.2 0.0 0.1
Imo 22.5 14.9 51.8 1.4 8.5 0.8 0.2
relationship

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TABLE 1.4: DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION (AGE 6 AND ABOVE) BY LITERACY STATUS, STATE AND
SEX, 2006, NATIONAL.
State Male Female Total
Abia   10,775,280 1,013,986 2,089,266 
Adamawa  734,105 553,051 1,287,156 
Akwa‐Ibom  1,426,385 1,331,413 2,757,798 
Anambra  1,603,569 1,532,523 3,136,092 
Bauchi  913,500 672,414 1,585,914 
Bayelsa  566,164 491,181 1,057,345 
Benue  1,084,138 818,653 1,902,791 
Borno  631,997 415,894 1,047,891 
Cross River  953,240 849,366 1,802,606 
Delta  1,419,177 1,284,626 2,703,803
Ebonyi  607,913 545,088 1,153,001
Edo  1,096,149 973,302 2,069,451
Ekiti  914,656 877,622 1,792,278
Enugu  1,095,655 1,076,831 2,172,486
Gombe  538,463 390,853 929,316
Imo  1,496,841 1,440,572 2,937,413
Jigawa  1,014,135 779,278 1,793,413
Kaduna  1,619,711 1,356,932 2,976,643
Kano  2,701,175 1,899,636 4,600,811
Katsina  1,503,104 1,216,800 2,719,904 
Kebbi  506,633 316,203 822,836 
Kogi  987,628 883,616 1,871,244 
Kwara  627,636 539,436 1,167,072 
Lagos  3,634,349 3,209,650 6,843,999 
Nasarawa  441,859 340,875 782,734 
Niger  740,034 517,630 1,257,664 
Ogun  1,218,209 1,138,043 2,356,252 
Ondo  1,192,117 1,101,163 2,293,280 
Osun  1,247,796 1,142,750 2,390,546 
Oyo  1,819,804 1,691,955 3,511,759 
Plateau  810,148 683,329 1,493,477 
Rivers  1,978,446 1,804,143 3,782,589 
Sokoto  660,204 453,582 1,113,786 
Taraba  499,141 357,615 856,756 
Yobe  380,274 237,400 617,674 
Zamfara  696,641 513,803 1,210,444 
FCT Abuja   479,460 384,626 864,086 
National 40,915,736 34,835,840 75,751,576

Source;      National Population Commission,Abuja. 

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TABLE 1.5: DITRIBUTION OF POPULATION (AGE 6YRS AND ABOVE) BY STATE AND SCHOOLING
STATUS, 2006.
State Never Attended Attended in the Attending Attending Jss Attending Sss AttendingTertiary
past but Not Primary
Now
Abia 12 974,283 422,740 217,384 300,808 280,942
Adamawa 1,136,306 445,377 422,381 119,673 157,912 227,955

Akwa-Ibom 409,834 1,183,158 540,847 308,048 411,499 454,581

Anambra 351,762 1,383,831 601,945 330,912 448,452 486,707

Bauchi 2,088,400 559,745 430,644 110,484 145,157 229,837

Bayelsa 323,724 466,642 212,747 124,610 161,648 148,714

Benue 1,083,521 785,862 665,215 210,487 269,965 308,711

Borno 2,288,529 337,306 255,954 73,811 104,404 155,378

Cross River 455,938 796,690 411,288 200,868 264,758 299,898


Delta 591,321 1,255,917 583,064 286,791 375,148 377,129

Ebonyi 501,338 430,453 345,495 128,489 175,622 205,841


Edo 494,196 984,937 467,244 211,247 266,516 311,941

Ekiti 247,982 567,026 333,840 218,628 301,173 396,719


Enugu 492,215 917,344 484,966 233,040 313,698 361,076

Gombe 957,744 301,440 239,797 79,577 110,285 135,368


Imo 305,068 1,289,789 570,384 308,025 440,490 461,276
Jigawa 1,648,785 689,097 455,979 109,256 137,537 265,661
Kaduna 1,688,250 1,092,290 841,902 249,310 341,391 516,405

Kano 2,896,331 1,686,716 1,217,553 298,156 407,528 707,664


Katsina 1,843,433 989,452 722,027 194,630 235,691 377,988

Kebbi 1,800,263 253,175 209,525 44,579 58,042 96,090

Kogi 613,940 647,927 493,337 225,643 298,002 303,301

Kwara 643,890 418,856 317,943 131,740 165,276 198,948

Lagos 796,848 3,755,133 1,079,290 486,263 706,987 913,603

Nasarawa 580,363 259,403 244,103 84,503 115,216 162,577

Niger 1,755,920 424,122 377,242 121,453 152,691 186,874

Ogun 655,276 1,121,337 541,485 210,933 253,953 329,214

Ondo 544,848 895,918 509,843 264,064 350,088 359,370

Osun 472,527 848,132 491,883 275,971 366,678 459,524

Oyo 1,059,266 1,414,547 798,292 363,244 484,462 583,271

Plateau 825,060 601,918 505,305 160,362 190,213 266,456

Rivers 549,323 1,712,667 666,847 389,934 555,391 560,478

Sokoto 1,968,826 335,042 234,591 51,323 73,967 139,125

Taraba 848,028 309,452 271,359 88,324 112,737 159,278

Yobe 1,256,549 180,615 160,085 49,467 61,255 81,758

Zamfara 1,502,624 403,347 268,899 58,488 83,144 159,177

FCT Abuja 228,039 47,269 191,290 55,621 72,329 118,287


National 36,141,352 31,197,215 17,587,331 7,075,438 9,470,113 11,787,122

Source;      National Population Commission,Abuja.   

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TABLE 1.6: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS HEAD BY STATE AND
HOUSEHOLD SIZE, 2006-2008
2006 2007 2008
STATE Male Head Female Head HH Size Male Femal Male Head Femal HH Size
Head e e
Head Head
Abia 64.4 35.6 3.6 67.7 32.3 68.1 31.9 3.8
Adamawa 92.1 7.9 4.8 92.7 7.3 92.0 8.0 6.0
Akwa Ibom 76.6 23.4 4.1 73.7 26.3 75.9 24.1 5.1
Anambra 71.8 28.2 4.3 72.8 27.2 74.2 25.8 4.5
Bauchi 99.3 0.7 5.8 96.5 3.5 99.3 0.7 6.8
Bayelsa 75.1 24.9 4.3 68.8 31.2 75.2 24.8 4.9
Benue 90.5 9.5 5.2 86.1 13.9 89.2 10.8 6.1
Borno 94.6 5.4 4.6 93.2 6.8 97.2 2.8 5.3
C/River 83.0 17.0 4.5 73.1 26.9 75.6 24.4 4.1
Delta 67.8 32.2 3.2 74.0 26.0 68.3 31.7 3.6
Ebonyi 75.7 24.3 4.1 80.6 19.4 82.8 17.2 5.3
Edo 76.0 24.0 3.8 71.9 28.1 77.4 22.6 3.8
Ekiti 66.8 33.2 3.2 75.3 24.7 77.7 22.3 3.2
Enugu 58.6 41.4 4.0 72.9 27.1 72.0 28.0 4.0
Gombe 98.4 1.6 5.9 96.6 3.4 98.1 1.9 5.9
Imo 69.1 30.9 4.3 72.6 27.4 76.0 24.0 4.5
Jigawa 98.0 2.0 5.9 96.8 3.2 97.2 2.8 6.5
Kaduna 95.2 4.8 6.1 96.7 3.3 97.4 2.6 10.4
Kano 98.1 1.9 6.4 97.1 2.9 98.0 2.0 6.5
Katsina 95.7 4.3 5.8 98.2 1.8 98.4 1.6 6.0
Kebbi 99.2 0.8 5.9 98.4 1.6 97.3 2.7 10.9
Kogi 75.2 24.8 3.6 84.6 15.4 80.3 19.7 3.9
Kwara 79.1 20.9 4.1 76.9 23.1 77.8 22.2 4.2
Lagos 81.8 18.2 4.2 83.1 16.9 85.0 15.0 3.8
Nassarawa 95.9 4.1 5.6 97.0 3.0 96.4 3.6 5.7
Niger 97.6 2.4 4.9 97.1 2.9 97.8 2.2 4.8
Ogun 69.3 30.7 2.6 76.1 23.9 75.8 24.2 3.2
Ondo 74.2 25.8 3.2 72.1 27.9 72.8 27.2 3.7
Osun 65.5 34.5 3.6 68.8 31.2 72.3 27.7 3.9
Oyo 76.6 23.4 4.3 83.7 16.3 84.2 15.8 4.0
Plateau 88.5 11.5 5.4 90.1 9.9 94.4 5.6 5.7
Rivers 78.5 21.5 4.9 76.0 24.0 76.3 23.7 4.4
Sokoto 97.3 2.7 5.4 99.3 0.7 98.3 1.7 5.0
Taraba 98.0 2.0 5.3 96.7 3.3 97.1 2.9 5.3
Yobe 97.7 2.3 5.7 97.7 2.3 98.6 1.4 5.5
Zamfara 96.6 3.4 5.2 98.2 1.8 98.1 1.9 5.5
FCT 94.6 5.4 4.3 94.6 5.4 92.7 7.3 4.9
Total 83.5 16.5 4.6 83.7 16.3 86.8 13.2 5.2
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria, 2007, Abuja.

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TABLE 1.7: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS BY STATE AND AGE GROUP, 2006
STATE 0-4 5 -14 15 - 29 30 - 44 45 - 59 60 - 64 65+
Abia 9.6 19.9 27.6 15.1 13.0 4.3 10.6
Adamawa 12.5 29.3 27.0 17.0 9.9 1.5 2.8
Akwa Ibom 11.6 29.5 23.2 16.3 14.6 2.4 2.4
Anambra 12.3 24.6 24.7 14.9 13.2 2.7 7.5
Bauchi 17.3 31.3 23.9 17.0 6.6 1.6 2.3
Bayelsa 9.1 30.2 28.5 17.6 10.8 1.9 2.0
Benue 11.4 32.0 27.7 16.1 9.0 1.6 2.3
Borno 19.4 28.5 20.4 19.9 8.5 1.2 2.1
C/River 9.7 23.6 30.8 22.6 10.5 1.1 1.9
Delta 8.8 20.7 28.5 20.4 12.9 3.0 5.7
Ebonyi 8.5 29.2 24.9 16.5 15.5 2.2 3.1
Edo 10.3 26.0 25.0 16.8 13.2 3.9 4.7
Ekiti 8.3 23.5 22.6 12.5 14.6 6.1 12.5
Enugu 9.5 31.1 18.1 19.1 17.0 1.9 3.4
Gombe 16.9 33.1 23.5 15.6 7.8 1.1 2.1
Imo 8.6 22.1 28.3 12.1 15.1 4.2 9.5
Jigawa 12.7 32.9 21.3 18.0 9.8 2.2 3.2
Kaduna 14.6 33.4 25.4 16.4 7.6 1.2 1.4
Kano 17.6 32.3 23.7 16.5 6.9 1.3 1.8
Katsina 18.4 32.5 21.1 18.0 7.1 1.6 1.3
Kebbi 14.0 36.6 17.6 18.7 9.4 1.8 1.9
Kogi 6.8 25.5 27.9 16.7 14.3 3.4 5.3
Kwara 9.0 27.6 24.1 15.8 15.1 3.0 5.3
Lagos 11.3 19.3 32.7 18.2 11.5 2.0 5.0
Nassarawa 12.3 31.1 27.9 17.1 8.6 1.0 1.9
Niger 17.7 30.2 21.4 21.1 7.1 1.2 1.3
Ogun 9.2 24.6 16.8 19.3 14.9 3.8 11.4
Ondo 10.9 23.9 25.5 17.7 12.6 4.1 5.0
Osun 11.9 25.9 24.2 13.0 10.7 3.4 10.9
Oyo 12.1 24.4 26.2 15.2 12.3 3.7 6.1
Plateau 12.8 27.5 28.2 16.1 10.1 2.1 3.2
Rivers 11.4 25.3 26.4 20.7 8.7 4.6 2.9
Sokoto 14.2 30.7 21.2 18.8 10.3 2.6 2.2
Taraba 13.8 31.3 26.4 17.4 7.6 1.5 2.1
Yobe 16.0 32.5 21.3 18.1 8.1 1.7 2.4
Zamfara 16.0 31.7 21.4 19.5 7.2 1.7 2.5
FCT 13.0 27.7 27.4 21.1 7.7 1.9 1.2
Total 13.1 28.2 24.6 17.1 10.4 2.4 4.1
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria, 2007.

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TABLE 1.7 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS BY STATE AND AGE
GROUP, 2007
STATE 0-4 5-14 15-29 30-44 45-59 60-64 65-69 70+

Abia 101 19.4 25.8 16.1 14.8 4.8 3.3 5.8


Adamawa 14.5 31.4 25.4 17.7 7.4 1.6 0.6 1.3
Akwa Ibom 13.4 30 25.4 15.6 10.4 2.6 1.2 1.5
Anambra 11.8 26.9 23.8 14.7 12.5 3.6 2.1 4.6
Bauchi 19.1 30.5 26.5 12.9 7.2 2.5 0 1.3
Bayelsa 13.5 28.3 27.8 16.3 8.8 1.7 1.4 2.2
Benue 13.7 33.5 24.1 15.1 9.6 1.3 0.6 2
Borno 19.1 34.1 19.7 16.6 7.8 1.2 0.4 1.2
Cross River 13.5 28.5 26.4 17.1 8.8 1.7 1.6 2.3
Delta 15.9 29.4 22.1 15.3 9.3 2.8 1.6 3.6
Ebonyi 11.7 31 23.5 14.9 12.6 2.8 1.6 1.9
Edo 12.1 29.1 23.3 17.1 10.6 2.2 1.5 4
Ekiti 10.6 23.2 24.6 15.3 13.2 4.8 2.7 5.5
Enugu 9.7 25 28.3 15.5 13 3.4 1.9 3.1
Gombe 16.4 33.3 25.3 14.2 7.3 1.7 0.9 0.9
Imo 9.3 21.6 27 15 12.9 3.8 4.6 5.8
Jigawa 16.9 33.5 20.3 15.2 9.1 2.3 0.6 2.1
Kaduna 16.4 33.6 24.4 15.4 7 1.3 0.5 1.4
Kano 18.2 33.8 21.8 16.4 6.3 1.6 0.6 1.4
Katsina 19.3 33.2 18.5 16.6 7.7 2 0.8 1.8
Kebbi 17 34.8 18 18.7 7.9 1.7 0.5 1.3
Kogi 6.8 27.1 27.3 18.5 12.4 3.1 1.9 2.8
Kwara 10.3 31 19.8 15.5 12.8 3.9 2.4 4.2
Lagos 13.6 22.1 27.6 21.2 9.8 1.7 1.2 2.9
Nassarawa 13.4 31.5 27.5 16.5 8.1 1.2 1 0.8
Niger 18.9 32.2 20 20.1 6.4 0.9 0.8 0.6
Ogun 11.5 23.7 21.8 18 14.2 2.7 3.1 4.9
Ondo 12.1 25.5 23.9 17.8 11.3 3.3 1.9 4.3
Osun 11.5 26.9 21.1 17 10.6 4 3.5 5.4
Oyo 12.1 27.3 23.3 17.4 10.9 3.1 2.1 3.8
Plateau 14.4 27.1 28.6 16.9 8.8 1.7 0.9 1.7
Rivers 10.9 21.3 31.3 20 10.7 1.5 1.6 2.7
Sokoto 15.5 31.8 21.1 18.4 9.7 1.7 0.8 1.1
Taraba 15.3 32.1 25.7 16.5 7.4 1.1 0.5 1.4
Yobe 18.5 32.7 19.2 17.2 7.9 2 1.1 1.4
Zamfara 18.5 32.7 18.1 17.9 8.1 2.2 0.6 2.1
FCT 15.5 28.2 26.9 19.6 7.3 1.3 0.3 0.9
National 14.4 29.1 23.8 16.9 9.6 2.3 1.4 2.6
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria,2008.

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TABLE 1.7 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS BY STATE
AND AGE GROUP, 2008 (MALE)
STATE 0-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80+
Abia 10.8 10.4 7.0 3.7 4.7 4.1 3.3 2.1 1.3

Adamawa 16.9 12.8 6.7 4.5 4.3 3.0 1.8 0.6 0.4

Akwa Ibom 11.7 13.6 9.7 5.3 3.9 3.7 2.3 0.3 0.3
Anambra 12.6 10.6 5.8 4.0 3.7 3.7 3.0 1.9 1.6

Bauchi 20.4 12.4 5.3 4.7 3.5 3.0 1.7 0.5 0.2
Bayelsa 16.5 9.6 8.6 6.0 3.4 2.3 1.2 0.6 0.4

Benue 16.8 15.0 6.5 5.1 3.8 2.3 1.9 0.6 0.2

Borno 21.0 11.1 5.5 5.3 4.7 3.0 2.0 0.9 0.5

Cross River 13.4 13.4 7.6 5.2 4.4 3.1 2.6 0.8 0.4

Delta 13.6 11.1 7.2 6.8 4.7 2.8 1.7 1.3 0.6

Ebonyi 12.6 13.7 8.0 3.0 4.0 3.9 2.7 1.4 0.5

Edo 11.8 11.0 7.2 5.7 5.4 3.7 2.3 1.3 0.7

Ekiti 11.1 12.4 7.6 5.0 4.2 4.1 4.6 2.1 1.3

Enugu 12.6 12.3 5.4 3.3 4.1 5.2 3.6 1.4 0.7

Gombe 18.5 13.3 6.1 5.6 3.9 2.8 1.5 0.7 0.6

Imo 6.8 12.2 11.7 6.2 4.3 4.7 4.2 2.2 0.8

Jigawa 19.7 11.5 4.2 4.2 4.1 3.2 1.9 1.0 0.4

Kaduna 18.8 11.7 5.7 5.0 4.6 3.2 2.1 0.7 0.3

Kano 20.1 11.2 4.4 4.5 4.1 3.3 1.9 0.5 0.5

Katsina 21.0 12.0 3.6 4.6 4.4 3.2 1.9 0.7 0.3

Kebbi 18.8 11.7 5.8 4.9 4.6 3.2 2.1 0.7 0.3

Kogi 13.0 12.2 5.6 5.3 5.9 4.0 2.5 0.8 1.2

Kwara 13.4 13.2 5.5 3.6 4.7 3.8 3.3 1.7 0.5

Lagos 11.6 10.1 10.1 7.5 5.9 3.7 1.8 1.1 0.5

Nassarawa 15.2 13.6 6.9 5.9 5.1 2.5 1.5 0.8 0.5

Niger 20.7 10.3 5.3 7.5 5.7 2.7 1.4 0.5 0.2

Ogun 12.2 11.6 5.7 5.4 6.2 3.6 3.6 1.6 0.6

Ondo 11.8 13.1 7.4 4.1 5.1 3.1 2.5 2.0 1.2

Osun 12.3 12.2 6.8 3.7 3.9 3.3 3.0 1.8 0.9

Oyo 14.7 11.1 6.3 5.5 5.3 3.4 2.8 1.6 0.6

Plateau 15.9 13.1 8.6 6.2 4.3 2.2 1.6 0.7 0.2

Rivers 11.8 11.8 10.5 6.2 4.1 3.5 1.9 0.9 0.3

Sokoto 20.6 10.5 5.3 6.1 4.7 4.0 2.1 0.8 0.3

Taraba 16.5 13.7 6.4 5.4 5.1 2.8 1.6 0.6 0.2

Yobe 20.8 10.9 4.9 4.7 5.0 2.8 2.3 0.8 0.3

Zamfara 24.0 9.6 3.6 5.4 4.5 3.1 1.9 1.1 0.4

FCT 17.4 11.4 6.3 6.0 6.1 2.4 1.0 0.2 0.2

National 16.3 12.0 6.4 5.1 4.6 3.3 2.2 1.0 0.5

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria,2008.

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FIGURE 1.7 % DISTRIBUTION OF HH MEMBER BY AGE GROUP, 2008

Percentage Distribution of household 
members  by age Group,2008
18.0
16.0
14.0
12.0
10.0
Percentage Distribution of 
8.0 household member s by age 
6.0 Group,2008
4.0
2.0
0.0
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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TABLE 1.7 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS BY
STATE AND AGE GROUP, 2008 (FEMALE)
STATE 0-9 10-19 20-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60-69 70-79 80+
Abia 11.7 9.7 7.7 6.3 4.9 5.0 4.3 2.3 0.8

Adamawa 14.4 12.7 8.0 6.8 4.0 1.8 0.9 0.3 0.2

Akwa Ibom 11.3 12.5 9.1 5.4 5.1 3.6 1.2 0.4 0.3

Anambra 12.0 12.3 8.0 5.1 4.5 4.9 3.3 1.9 1.0

Bauchi 18.3 9.6 9.1 5.9 3.5 1.2 0.4 0.2 0.1

Bayelsa 15.6 11.3 10.0 6.0 3.9 2.4 1.5 0.1 0.7

Benue 15.1 10.7 8.7 6.1 4.0 2.1 0.7 0.3 0.1

Borno 15.2 8.4 8.5 6.3 4.6 1.6 1.0 0.2 0.2

Cross River 12.9 11.5 8.6 6.3 4.3 3.6 1.2 0.4 0.2

Delta 12.6 11.0 7.8 6.6 4.7 3.5 2.8 0.9 0.3

Ebonyi 10.9 13.4 8.3 5.4 5.6 3.8 2.1 0.6 0.2

Edo 12.5 11.9 7.7 6.0 5.8 3.4 2.3 0.9 0.4

Ekiti 8.1 10.3 6.9 5.5 5.6 5.0 4.1 1.0 1.0

Enugu 10.1 12.8 7.6 4.9 6.9 4.9 2.6 1.1 0.6

Gombe 15.4 10.7 8.7 6.6 3.7 1.3 0.6 0.2 0.1

Imo 6.4 10.0 9.5 5.4 5.0 5.1 3.6 1.2 0.7

Jigawa 20.3 8.1 7.9 6.9 3.8 1.8 0.6 0.2 0.1

Kaduna 17.3 9.1 8.2 7.2 3.6 1.7 0.6 0.2 0.1

Kano 19.2 9.2 8.2 7.2 3.2 1.5 0.4 0.3 0.2

Katsina 18.4 8.9 8.6 7.1 3.4 1.5 0.4 0.1 0.0

Kebbi 17.6 9.1 8.1 7.2 3.5 1.7 0.6 0.2 0.1

Kogi 10.9 11.5 7.3 7.7 6.3 2.3 2.0 1.0 0.5

Kwara 12.5 11.0 5.4 5.2 5.8 4.5 4.2 1.4 0.3

Lagos 10.8 9.3 9.7 7.6 4.5 2.9 2.0 0.8 0.1

Nassarawa 16.0 9.9 8.8 6.7 4.3 1.6 0.4 0.2 0.1

Niger 16.7 7.0 8.6 8.4 3.6 1.2 0.3 na na

Ogun 12.0 9.3 7.6 6.7 4.9 4.3 2.4 1.6 0.5

Ondo 11.7 11.3 6.2 6.3 5.2 3.5 3.4 1.1 1.0

Osun 11.7 11.1 7.8 5.2 4.5 5.2 3.8 1.7 1.1

Oyo 12.1 10.7 6.5 7.1 4.8 3.6 2.2 1.2 0.4

Plateau 13.9 12.2 7.7 6.0 4.3 2.0 0.6 0.4 0.0

Rivers 12.1 10.3 10.4 6.6 4.4 2.8 1.7 0.3 0.3

Sokoto 15.9 7.7 9.0 6.8 4.0 1.6 0.7 0.2

Taraba 14.3 12.5 8.6 6.8 3.8 1.3 0.3 0.2 0.1

Yobe 18.0 7.8 7.6 7.4 0.4 1.9 0.5 0.2 0.1

Zamfara 18.3 6.2 8.9 7.2 3.8 1.4 0.4 0.1 0.1

FCT 16.0 10.5 9.3 7.7 4.0 1.0 0.4 0.1 0.1

National 14.6 10.1 8.3 6.6 4.3 2.5 1.4 0.5 0.3

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria,2008.

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TABLE 1.8: POPULATION DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS AGED 6 + BY EDUCATIONAL
ATTAINMENT, 2006
States NONE NURSER PRIMAR JSS/MODE SSS/SEC/TT OND/NCE UNIVERC POST OTHER
Y Y RNSCHOO C ITYGRAD GRADUA
L UATE/HN TE
D
Abia  292,272 419,583 434,211 367,451 652,735 112,894 139,293 26,185 6,618

Adamawa  1,273,615 326,180 236,592 188,613 369,863 73,343 26,380 5,934 9,084

Akwa Ibom  591,374 405,421 580,598 494,553 773,169 236,080 177,497 41,889 7,386

Anambra  400,721 605,820 614,838 558,861 877,868 205,308 264,579 68,212 7,402
Bauchi  2,210,442 355,016 291,463 179,445 363,586 62,444 27,987 8,345 45,539

Baylse  381,141 175,201 187,872 198,950 326,510 73,534 77,772 14,817 2,288

Benue  1,359,684 443,540 428,030 338,252 546,195 131,202 58,900 14,494 3,464

Borno  2,363,411 225,531 145,760 121,175 232,402 60,500 34,447 9,211 22,945

Cross Rivers  620,709 290,773 406,688 323,798 518,653 145,603 100,284 18,490 4,442

Delta  727,735 508,229 536,566 514,532 779,839 194,733 173,188 28,702 5,845
Ebonyi  575,971 306,665 274,006 200,316 325,163 48,465 46,929 8,484 1,239

Edo  587,053 430,682 449,375 380,378 619,331 125,826 116,161 22,323 4,952

Ekiti  301,486 295,006 271,279 367,706 342,062 258,318 196,641 29,496 3,374

Enugu  540,151 485,970 491,998 369,717 617,144 109,052 149,424 35,086 3,797

Gombe  1,026,803 199,465 144,866 128,735 223,720 53,286 25,211 5,817 18,306

Imo  352,883 561,593 541,437 514,825 898,114 193,156 257,418 46,638 8,968

Jigawa  1,795,589 389,235 321,476 178,102 407,084 75,951 35,060 9,431 94,387

Kaduna  1,920,552 713,112 494,944 403,294 816,674 204,887 102,706 28,438 44,941

Kano  3,320,983 984,912 811,380 520,101 1,083,752 210,160 114,227 35,593 132,840

Katsina  2,078,029 589,562 477,462 311,151 607,580 134,665 64,125 19,334 81,293

Kebbi  1,883,743 167,008 120,832 71,682 149,623 28,187 13,344 4,520 22,735

Kogi  747,495 379,700 330,904 324,220 445,205 214,179 116,861 2,051 2,925
Kwara  730,235 248,291 224,624 182,088 271,936 123,604 77,416 15,160 3,399

Lagos  948,065 1,026,808 1,144,844 993,558 2,462,373 458,213 549,381 120,351 34,531

Nasarawa  650,968 193,212 141,779 129,843 225,460 64,279 31,055 7,223 2,346

Niger  1,843,410 321,257 201,447 174,506 299,484 106,120 49,133 11,661 11,309

Ogun  792,474 448,612 526,988 374,657 685,454 145,404 112,594 22,266 5,749

Ondo  658,514 431,084 424,321 467,270 559,480 208,223 145,915 25,592 3,732
Osun  579,351 413,380 412,825 469,278 548,438 269,780 186,822 30,777 4,266

Oyo  1,237,322 666,719 677,815 629,868 929,540 321,739 195,486 36,959 7,634

Plateau  1,041,520 340,538 343,239 235,873 413,917 103,404 50,419 13,523 6,881

Rivers   661,763 606,278 585,119 643,029 1,189,159 282,184 379,456 75,895 11,757

Sokoto  5,054,437 207,019 149,920 91,515 199,646 34,077 19,281 6,002 40,977

Taraba  936,642 210,092 156,598 133,076 251,552 68,457 23,541 5,337 3,885
Yobe  1,309,626 136,133 89,298 69,771 114,974 29,823 11,801 3,149 25,154

Zamfara  1,595,782 245,518 168,724 109,910 236,166 38,984 18,694 6,124 55,777
Fct(Abuja) 268,936 164,842 139,469 94,195 274,198 79,051 95,094 23,164 4,886

National  43,660,887 14,917,98 13,979,58 11,854,294 20,638,049 5,285,115 4,264,522 886,673 757,053
7 7
Source;      National Population Commission,Abuja.

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TABLE 1.9: AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS BY SIZE AND BY STATE, 2008.
STATE 2007 2007
URBAN RURAL TOTAL URBAN RURAL TOTAL
Adamawa 5.0 5.3 5.2 6.6 6.0 6.0

Akwa Ibom 3.9 4.4 4.4 4.4 5.1 5.1

Anambra 4.0 4.6 4.4 4.6 4.4 4.5


Bauchi 7.3 8.1 7.9 7.2 6.7 6.8
Bayelsa 3.3 3.2 3.3 6.1 4.8 4.9

Benue 6.2 4.9 5.1 5.0 6.4 6.1


Borno 4.6 5.7 5.7 4.6 5.4 5.3
Cross River 3.3 4.0 4.0 3.4 4.2 4.1
Delta 4.6 4.0 4.0 4.1 3.5 3.6

Ebonyi 4.6 5.1 5.1 3.9 5.4 5.3


Edo 4.3 3.3 3.3 3.6 4.0 3.8

Ekiti 3.1 2.9 2.9 3.3 3.2 3.2

Enugu 4.0 4.1 4.1 3.9 4.0 4.0

Gombe 5.7 6.1 6.1 6.7 5.8 5.9

Imo 3.9 3.8 3.8 5.6 4.4 4.5

Jigawa 5.7 6.1 6.1 6.6 6.5 6.5

Kaduna 4.8 6.0 6.0 9.0 10.7 10.4

Kano 7.1 6.5 6.5 7.2 6.3 6.5

Katsina 5.8 5.7 5.7 6.6 5.9 6.0

Kebbi 5.9 5.6 5.6 17.0 10.2 10.9

Kogi 4.0 3.9 3.9 3.8 3.9 3.9

Kwara 4.4 3.8 3.8 4.5 4.0 4.2

Lagos 3.7 4.2 4.2 3.8 4.2 3.8

Nassarawa 1.5 3.7 3.7 5.0 5.9 5.7

Niger 5.1 5.7 5.7 4.6 4.9 4.8

Ogun 3.0 2.9 2.9 3.3 3.0 3.2

Ondo 3.5 3.7 3.7 3.6 3.9 3.7

Osun 3.0 3.4 3.4 3.8 4.1 3.9

Oyo 3.7 3.3 3.3 4.1 3.9 4.0

Plateau 4.4 5.2 5.2 4.6 5.8 5.7

Rivers 3.5 3.8 3.8 3.8 4.6 4.4

Sokoto 4.0 4.8 4.8 6.6 4.7 5.0

Taraba 5.1 5.5 5.5 5.9 5.3 5.3

Yobe 6.4 5.5 5.5 6.2 5.4 5.5


Zamfara 6.2 5.6 5.6 5.9 5.4 5.5

FCT 4.3 4.5 4.5 4.7 5.3 4.9

National 4.0 4.7 4.7 4.6 5.4 5.2

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria,2007, Abuja

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CHAPTER TWO
HOUSE CONDITION
As a component of household’s statistics, housing condition play varied roles in the life of the people.
This chapter provide indicators in measuring the standard of dwelling houses and availability of
certain infrastructural facilities in the dwellings. In some ways, they measure the standard of living of
the people of Nigeria. These are indicators generated from National Bureau of Statistics regular
surveys.

Table 2.1 shows the percentage distribution of households by State and type of tenure, 2005-2008. In
2005, there were over 28million households in Nigeria. The number increased by 8.98 per cent to over
30 million in 2006. Normal rent accounted for 25.9 per cent of the tenures in 2005, increasing to 41.2
percent in and dropped to 14.4 per cent in 2008. On the other hand, owner occupies recorded a steady
increase over the years from 30.9 percent in 2005 to 71.7 percent in 2008. State, basis, Kebbi recorded
the highest percentage of owner occupier with 97.7, while Lagos had the least of 26.2 percent.

Table 2.2a shows the percentage distribution of persons aged 15years and above by marital status and
State for 2006 and 2007. In 2006, 63.4 per cent of people within these ages were married and this fell
in 2007 to 61.9 per cent. The percentage of persons not married in 2006 was 29.2, but rose to 30.8 in
2007. Apart from married and divorced persons which had decreases between the two years under
review. Every other group recorded increase in 2007 compared to 2006.
At the State level, Zamfara recorded the highest percentage of married persons in 2007 with 83.4%.
The least was Akwa Ibom with 47.3 per cent in 2007; Anambra recorded the highest percentage of
widowed with 12.0 followed by Imo and Abia with 10.7 and 10.6 per cents respectively, while the
least were Nasarawa and Niger with 0.5 per cent each.

Table 2.5 shows the percentage distribution of households by major sources of water for 2005-2008.
In 2005, households with pipe-borne water treated recorded 12.7 per cent and it increased to 25.6 per
cent in 2006, but fell to 7.7 per cent in 2008. On State basis, Ekiti had the highest percentage of
households with pipe-borne water treated 26.9, while Anambra and Benue recorded none. Also in
2008, 28.4 per cent of the households sourced water through Borehole/hand pump, while 27.1 per cent
sourced through Stream/Pond/River/Rain water which dropped ll from 30.4 per cent in 2005.

Table 2.6 shows the percentage distribution of households by type of refuse disposal facility for 2007
and 2008. Refuse disposal at unauthorised refuse heap recorded the highest in both years under
review. It increased from 44.9 per cent in 2007 to 50.5 per cent in 2008. Disposal within compound
reduced from 37.8 per cent in 2007 to 36.0 per cent in 2008. Government Bin/Shed recorded the least
in both years with 2.5 and 1.7 per cent respectively. In both years, Lagos State recorded the highest
percentage of households refuse being collected by the Government Agency, 22.1 per cent in 2007 and
33.6 per cent in 2008.

Table 2.7 shows the percentage distribution of households by State and type of toilet facility for 2007
and 2008. Nationally, 43.0 per cent used covered pit latrine in 2007, but decrease to 38.3 per cent in
2008. Also, 8.6 per cent had none in 2007 which slightly increased to 8.8 per cent in 2008. The flush
to septic tank recorded 9.6 per cent in 2007 but this increased slightly to 10.3 per cent in 2008; and
Lagos State recorded the highest in both years with 39.2 per cent and 45.5 per cent respectively. Some
States like Borno, Sokoto, Taraba, and Zamfara had recorded nothing.

Table 2.8 presented the percentage distribution of households by type of housing unit for 2007 and
2008. Single room housing unit recorded the highest in both years with 68.6 per cent in 2007 and 66.3
per cent in 2008, while Duplet housing unit had the least 0.4 per cent in 2007 and 0.3 per cent in 2008.
On State level single room housing unit had high percentage in Katsina and Bauchi with 98.7 and 98.1
respectively in 2007, while Bauchi took the lead in 2008. Zamfara recorded the lowest percentage of
4.6 in 2007 and 20.2 per cent in 2008.

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Table 2.9 shows the percentage distribution of households with 98.6% by type of fuel for cooking for
2007 and 2008. Households using wood had the highest with 74.1 and 79.6 per cent respectively.
Households using kerosene decreased from 22.9 per cent in 2007 to 18.5 per cent in 2008. This may
be attributed to high cost of kerosene in the market. In both years, households using electricity and gas
recorded the least with 0.7 per cent each in 2007, 0.2 per cent for electricity and 0.6 per cent for gas in
2008. Lagos State recorded the highest usage of kerosene in years, 89.7 per cent in 2007 and 91.1 per
cent in 2008, while Bauchi and Jigawa recorded the least with 1.6 per cent each.

Table 2.10 shows the percentage distribution of households by State and type of electricity supply for
2007 and 2008. Energy supply forms the bed rock of economic development. Over the years, more
than 40.0 per cent of the households were without electricity in the country, 41.4 per cent in 2007 and
48.0 per cent in 2008. In 2007, about 47.3 per cent of the households used electricity from Power
Holding Company of Nigeria (PHCN), and this figure decreased to 40.4 per cent in 2008. It was
observed that Taraba State recorded the highest percentage of households without electricity in 2008,
about 88.8 per cent, while Lagos with 0.3 per cent recorded the least conversely; Ogun State recorded
the highest percentage of households using PHCN with 69.8 per cent, while Taraba State had the least
with 2.8 per cent.

Table 2.12 shows the percentage distribution of persons by type of building embarked upon in 2008.
From the available indicators, persons embarked on building for residential purpose accounted for
over 93 per cent in 2008. The following States Ebonyi, Ekiti, Lagos, Nasarawa, Taraba, and FCT
recorded the highest with 100 per cent, while Delta with 60.0 per cent recorded the least. On
commercial basis, Abia State, Akwa Ibom State recorded the highest percentage of 15.2 each, while
Borno State had the least with 1.4 per cent.

Table 2.13 shows the percentage distribution of persons by stage of building completion, 2008.
Nationally, 24.33 per cent of persons who started building, completion such project, while 23.77 per
cent were at roofing level. On State basis, Gombe recorded the highest percentage of completed
buildings with 65.57 while Katsina recorded the least.

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TABLE 2.1: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY STATE AND

TYPE OF TENURE, 2005


STATE TOTAL NORMAL FREE RENT NOMINAL/SUBSIDIZED OWNER
HOUSEHOLD RENT OCCUPIER
RENT
Abia 1,034,100 15.3 10.0 13.7 60.5

Adamawa 626,252 36.6 16.4 16.7 30.4

Akwa Ibom 910,485 15 13.3 18.3 53.3

Anambra 1,083,080 29.1 10.7 27.2 33.0

Bauchi 778,711 33.5 17.5 17.1 31.9

Bayelsa 265,189 23.8 29.7 29.3 17.2

Benue 767,561 19.6 16.8 20.1 43.5


Borno 792,663 31.6 19.0 18.1 31.3

C/River 740,248 36.1 15.7 14.8 33.3


Delta 1,056,106 26.5 26.2 15.9 31.5

Ebonyi 400,125 8.4 16.4 24.8 50.4


Edo 1,018,119 33.3 10.5 36.8 19.3
Ekiti 436,875 36.5 21.9 24.3 17.3
Enugu 617,729 16.8 11.4 29.1 42.7

Gombe 451,161 13.5 10.5 43.9 32.2


Imo 1,153,498 23.7 30.1 24.1 22.2

Jigawa 825,062 24.3 1.4 36.5 37.8


Kaduna 1,154,022 27.8 21.0 24.3 26.9

Kano 1,319,418 20.8 14.6 18.8 45.8


Katsina 1,038,281 17.7 23.4 26.3 32.6
Kebbi 616,253 25.0 19.3 15.8 39.9

Kogi 792,218 27.1 8.4 32.7 31.8

Kwara 615,079 28.6 27.7 21.0 22.7

Lagos 2,497,419 32.5 14.3 40.3 13.0

Nassarawa 413,930 27.5 11.0 21.1 40.4

Niger 781,568 27.7 31.0 26.1 15.2

Ogun 1,063,360 25.0 10.6 45.1 14.2

Ondo 1,221,029 25.0 30.0 29 16.0

Osun 1,013,154 36.4 21.8 25.5 16.4

Oyo 1,576,874 32.3 22.2 28.3 17.2

Plateau 592,185 29.2 18.8 22.9 29.2

Rivers 1,194,399 19 14.3 25.4 41.3

Sokoto 653,684 41.8 16.4 24.5 17.3

Taraba 446,579 25 18.4 28.9 27.6

Yobe 376,253 19.9 19.9 31.3 29.0


Zamfara 689,858 13.9 19.9 22.9 43.3

FCT 139,757 22.5 22.5 25 30.0

TOTAL 28,025,273 25.9 19.2 24.1 30.9

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2007..

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TABLE 2.1 Cont'd : PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY STATE AND

TYPE OF TENURE, 2006


STATE TOTAL NORMAL RENT FREE RENT NOMINAL/SUB OWNER
HOUSEHOL SIZED RENT OCCUPIER
D
Abia 787,222 55.6 6.8 0.3 37.3
Adamawa 666,969 33.6 6.6 6.5 53.3

Akwa Ibom 953,822 12.2 17.1 4.4 66.3


Anambra 974,833 41.4 0.8 0.2 57.6

Bauchi 810,479 43.3 8.3 10.7 37.6

Bayelsa 394,296 59.6 7.8 5.4 27.1

Benue 811,393 31.4 15.1 18.3 35.2

Borno 896,586 34.7 12.4 20.5 32.4

C/River 636,336 37.6 24.9 5.0 32.5

Delta 1,264,935 38.7 18.8 5.3 37.2

Ebonyi 532,721 36.9 21.8 11.9 29.4

Edo 838,107 44.3 15.1 7.1 33.5

Ekiti 752,117 29.8 31.2 0.6 38.4


Enugu 824,632 35.5 19.4 6.7 38.4

Gombe 551,260 31.2 0.5 2.0 66.4

Imo 663,558 41.9 4.0 0.0 54.1

Jigawa 716,417 50.5 24.1 0.3 25.2


Kaduna 944,947 28.1 11.3 13.9 46.7

Kano 1,606,778 45.5 6.1 5.5 42.9


Katsina 986,811 45.3 4.8 14.5 35.2
Kebbi 899,591 31.8 3.1 14.1 50.9
Kogi 805,525 40.7 12.6 5.2 41.5
Kwara 563,204 33.2 16.3 0.7 49.6
Lagos 1,624,060 58.5 10.5 1.8 29.2

Nassarawa 379,486 49.2 5.8 0.0 44.7


Niger 1,537,062 58.3 1.1 0.5 40.1

Ogun 1,165,031 53.6 16.5 0.7 29.1

Ondo 955,840 27.7 29.4 0.8 42.1

Osun 803,647 26.8 37.7 0.0 35.5

Oyo 1,045,157 42.4 22.6 2.9 32.1

Plateau 643,464 42.2 8.8 10.1 38.8

Rivers 960,259 53.8 15.2 8.4 22.6

Sokoto 692,322 36.3 11.3 16.2 36.2

Taraba 405,774 32.9 13.8 18.5 34.8

Yobe 445,603 48.8 7.4 18.1 25.7

Zamfara 763,430 40.5 8.0 9.5 41.7

FCT 238,574 50.7 8.9 4.6 35.8


TOTAL 30,541,248 41.2 13.7 6.2 35.8
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2007.

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TABLE 2.1 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRI. HOUSEHOLDS BY STATE AND TYPE OF TENURE, 2007
STATE Normal Rent Free Nominal/Subsidis Owner Occupier
ed Rent
Abia 20.0 5.1 1.7 70.7
Adamawa 11.0 1.0 5.4 82.6
Akwa Ibom 16.0 16.4 0.7 66.9

Anambra 20.9 1.5 0.3 77.2

Bauchi 5.1 0.0 0.0 94.9


Bayelsa 28.0 26.1 0.7 45.1

Benue 9.1 4.1 0.3 86.5

Borno 7.6 1.0 5.6 85.8


C/River 30.6 27.6 2.8 38.9
Delta 44.1 11.9 0.9 43.1

Ebonyi 8.0 3.7 0.2 88.2

Edo 28.6 10.8 0.7 59.9

Ekiti 28.9 36.0 0.9 34.2

Enugu 22.8 5.7 5.6 65.9

Gombe 7.6 2.9 1.6 88.0

Imo 12.3 4.8 2.2 80.7

Jigawa 1.2 3.8 0.8 94.1


Kaduna 18.5 4.4 0.5 76.6

Kano 7.5 1.7 0.1 90.8

Katsina 2.4 0.2 0.5 96.9

Kebbi 4.7 0.1 7.2 88.0

Kogi 15.2 17.3 2.1 65.4

Kwara 24.2 20.5 1.0 54.3

Lagos 59.8 6.9 3.9 29.4

Nassarawa 16.3 2.1 0.7 80.8

Niger 9.9 6.7 0.9 82.4

Ogun 37.4 13.2 0.4 49.1

Ondo 30.7 27.7 1.3 40.4

Osun 30.6 28.3 0.0 41.1

Oyo 34.8 15.5 0.8 48.9

Plateau 15.5 2.8 0.4 81.2

Rivers 14.4 31.7 0.5 53.5

Sokoto 3.8 0.6 0.9 94.7

Taraba 1.1 1.3 0.3 97.2

Yobe 2.7 3.9 1.6 91.8

Zamfara 0.3 0.4 3.5 95.8

FCT 32.4 5.3 7.0 55.3


NIGERIA 21.1 10.2 1.6 67.1

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio-Economic Survey On Nigeria,2008.

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TABLE 2.1 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY STATE AND TYPE OF
TENURE, 2008
STATE Normal Rent Free Nominal/Subsidise Owner Occupier
d Rent
Abia 15.6 10.0 0.8 73.6
Adamawa 6.6 2.0 1.8 89.7
Akwa Ibom 10.8 20.7 2.4 66.1
Anambra 17.1 5.1 0.9 76.9
Bauchi 1.8 0.5 0.5 97.2
Bayelsa 13.7 33.7 3.1 49.4
Benue 6.2 5.9 0.9 87.0
Borno 4.7 17.2 2.1 75.9
C/River 17.3 32.2 0.2 50.3
Delta 40.6 16.4 1.0 42.0
Ebonyi 11.0 3.2 2.4 83.4
Edo 30.1 23.4 0.8 45.7
Ekiti 26.7 38.9 0.2 34.2
Enugu 19.4 6.0 0.9 73.7
Gombe 5.8 3.9 0.3 89.9
Imo 3.7 8.6 1.2 86.5
Jigawa 1.9 1.4 0.2 96.5
Kaduna 9.5 17.2 3.8 69.4
Kano 3.9 4.2 0.8 91.1
Katsina 1.2 2.1 0.3 96.4
Kebbi 1.6 0.4 0.4 97.7
Kogi 13.7 26.5 1.0 58.8
Kwara 14.6 23.7 3.9 57.8
Lagos 62.3 10.8 0.7 26.2
Nassarawa 7.9 2.4 1.5 88.1
Niger 11.3 5.6 2.6 80.5
Ogun 30.3 22.7 1.0 46.0
Ondo 26.2 22.9 1.0 49.9
Osun 25.9 41.7 0.6 31.8
Oyo 28.2 25.3 0.5 46.0
Plateau 6.4 1.2 6.4 86.0
Rivers 13.9 25.0 0.3 60.7
Sokoto 1.0 2.1 96.9
Taraba 2.0 0.0 0.4 97.6
Yobe 4.8 2.3 0.2 92.7
Zamfara 1.5 2.4 1.7 94.4
FCT 29.7 6.6 6.7 57.0
NIGERIA 14.4 12.5 1.4 71.7
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey On Nigeria,2008.

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TABLE 2.2: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS HEADS BY STATE AND MARITAL
STATUS, 2004
STATE Married Divorced Separated Widowed N Married
Abia 30.5 0.6 0.9 7.2 60.8
Adamawa 35.0 0.8 0.6 2.1 61.5
Akwa Ibom 27.4 1.1 1.2 6.1 64.2
Anambra 31.1 0.1 0.2 8.6 60.0
Bauchi 37.1 1.1 2.2 1.0 58.5
Bayelsa 42.5 0.8 0.3 1.3 55.1
Benue 31.1 0.9 1.2 1.8 65.0
Borno 34.1 1.6 0.7 1.3 62.3
C/River 30.3 1.6 0.9 2.3 64.9
Delta 29.7 1.0 1.5 4.8 63.1
Ebonyi 28.2 0.6 0.4 4.9 65.9
Edo 32.2 0.4 2.0 4.8 60.5
Ekiti 32.5 0.4 1.6 7.4 58.1
Enugu 29.3 0.6 0.5 7.7 61.9
Gombe 35.8 0.6 0.2 0.8 62.6
Imo 32.2 1.1 0.7 8.1 57.9
Jigawa 44.4 0.6 0.2 1.0 53.9
Kaduna 34.6 0.6 0.4 0.8 63.5
Kano 38.3 1.2 0.3 0.8 59.4
Katsina 39.5 0.5 0.2 0.7 59.0
Kebbi 37.2 0.6 0.1 0.3 61.7
Kogi 32.7 1.8 1.2 4.0 60.4
Kwara 34.3 0.9 0.7 3.2 60.9
Lagos 35.4 0.9 1.7 2.2 59.8
Nassarawa 37.8 1.2 0.9 0.8 59.3
Niger 38.8 0.7 0.3 0.4 59.7
Ogun 35.4 1.6 4.0 6.1 52.9
Ondo 32.9 1.1 3.2 3.4 59.5
Osun 35.6 0.5 2.6 6.5 54.9
Oyo 37.3 0.7 2.0 4.4 55.7
Plateau 31.8 1.3 1.3 1.5 64.0
Rivers 32.6 0.6 1.3 4.6 60.9
Sokoto 42.1 1.3 0.2 1.0 55.4
Taraba 34.5 1.3 0.8 1.3 62.2
Yobe 40.4 1.9 0.3 1.5 55.9
Zamfara 42.0 1.7 0.3 0.4 55.6
FCT 35.1 1.2 1.7 0.9 61.1
NIGERIA 35.1 1.0 0.9 2.8 60.1
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio-Economic Survey On Nigeria,2007.

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FIGURE 2.2 % DISTRIBUTIONOF HH BY MARITAL STATUS

Percentage Distribution of household by 
Marital Status
70.0

60.0

50.0

40.0

30.0 Percentage Distribution of 
household by Marital Status
20.0

10.0

0.0
Married Divorced Separated Widowed N Married 

2004

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TABLE 2.2 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD HEADS

BY STATE AND MARITAL STATUS, 2005.


STATE Married Divorced Separated Widowed N Married
Abia 43.9 14.0 2.7 2.2 37.2
Adamawa 44.9 8.6 0.8 1.5 44.1
Akwa Ibom 47.0 10.3 1.3 0.8 40.6
Anambra 58.7 5.7 2.0 1.2 32.5
Bauchi 43.3 8.2 0.3 0.7 47.5
Bayelsa 37.7 11.5 1.8 3.4 45.6
Benue 44.8 9.2 0.9 1.3 43.8
Borno 46.1 9.4 0.7 1.2 42.7
C/River 49.9 6.5 0.6 1.8 41.3
Delta 51.5 7.6 0.7 1.5 38.7
Ebonyi 46.6 15.2 0.3 1.5 36.4
Edo 51.6 17.4 6.7 0.3 24.0
Ekiti 52.5 9.2 1.1 1.8 35.5
Enugu 54.8 9.2 0.9 1.2 33.8
Gombe 39.1 12.7 1.5 2.4 44.4
Imo 54.6 8.2 0.6 0.5 36.2
Jigawa 33.6 18.1 2.8 2.4 43.1
Kaduna 45.7 7.3 1.6 2.2 43.1
Kano 45.6 10.1 0.9 1.1 42.3
Katsina 47.4 7.2 0.4 0.9 44.1
Kebbi 28.7 21.9 4.9 2.3 42.2
Kogi 46.1 14.1 0.9 1.6 37.2
Kwara 49.0 8.6 1.7 0.8 39.9
Lagos 56.1 2.1 1.1 0.3 40.5
Nassarawa 43.3 14.7 2.0 1.1 39.0
Niger 45.3 9.0 0.7 0.9 44.1
Ogun 40.0 18.4 3.6 1.7 36.3
Ondo 53.9 4.5 0.5 0.5 40.5
Osun 54.3 5.6 0.4 0.7 39.0
Oyo 55.6 2.7 0.4 0.5 40.8
Plateau 39.5 13.5 0.9 1.2 44.9
Rivers 51.1 7.7 1.3 0.4 39.5
Sokoto 43.4 14.5 2.6 1.3 38.3
Taraba 45.4 7.7 0.6 0.4 45.9
Yobe 46.8 8.5 0.4 1.0 43.2
Zamfara 44.8 10.3 0.5 0.9 43.6
FCT 41.7 9.8 1.6 0.8 46.1
NIGERIA 46.2 9.9 2.4 1.0 41.5
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2006.

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TABLE 2.2a: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS AGED 15 YEARS AND ABOVE BY MARITAL
STATUS AND STATE, 2006
STATE Married Divorced Separated Widowed N Married
Abia 44.6 1.1 0.4 14.0 39.9
Adamawa 60.5 1.1 3.3 3.4 31.8
Akwa Ibom 50.0 1.0 2.3 10.7 36.1
Anambra 49.6 0.2 0.8 11.2 38.0
Bauchi 77.5 0.7 0.2 1.3 20.3
Bayelsa 57.4. 1.3 4.2 3.4 33.7
Benue 56.7 1.9 1.8 4.0 35.6
Borno 79.3 1.0 1.3 2.8 15.6
C/River 47.1 0.6 3.2 7.5 41.7
Delta 48.6 1.4 4.8 9.1 36.1
Ebonyi 51.0 0.9 0.8 9.8 37.5
Edo 54.4 1.3 3.4 7.8 33.1
Ekiti 55.2 0.2 2.6 9.9 32.0
Enugu 43.0 0.0 1.4 17.6 38.0
Gombe 72.5 1.9 0.8 1.1 23.8
Imo 43.5 0.4 0.4 13.1 42.5
Jigawa 75.4 1.0 1.0 2.5 20.2
Kaduna 62.6 1.2 1.2 1.6 33.5
Kano 75.9 0.9 0.2 0.9 22.1
Katsina 79.9 0.2 0.5 1.4 18.0
Kebbi 80.9 0.2 0.4 1.3 17.2
Kogi 53.0 0.8 2.4 6.3 37.6
Kwara 56.9 0.5 3.3 7.2 32.1
Lagos 48.3 0.9 1.6 4.9 44.2
Nassarawa 62.3 0.5 0.5 1.5 35.2
Niger 79.5 0.5 0.5 1.1 18.4
Ogun 51.5 2.4 9.2 14.8 2.0
Ondo 54.0 0.3 7.4 7.8 33.2
Osun 54.3 0.4 5.5 9.7 30.6
Oyo 57.3 1.1 2.5 5.9 33.2
Plateau 58.5 0.7 1.4 4.4 35.0
Rivers 50.5 0.2 2.1 7.5 39.6
Sokoto 80.0 0.4 0.2 1.3 18.1
Taraba 60.7 4.6 1.2 1.5 32.0
Yobe 74.8 0.9 1.5 1.3 21.4
Zamfara 83.4 0.3 1.3 1.0 14.0
FCT 61.1 0.8 2.2 1.4 34.5
TOTAL 63.4 0.9 1.7 4.8 29.2

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2007.

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TABLE 2.2a Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS AGED 15 YEARS AND ABOVE BY
MARITAL STATUS AND STATE, 2007
STATE Married Divorced Separated Widowed N Married

Abia 50.5 0.6 0.2 10.6 38.1


Adamawa 63.8 0.6 1.0 2.3 32.2
Akwa Ibom 47.3 0.6 1.6 9.1 41.4
Anambra 48.2 0.0 0.8 12.0 38.2
Bauchi 68.6 0.8 0.9 1.9 26.1
Bayelsa 54.4 0.5 4.2 5.8 33.8
Benue 60.0 1.7 2.9 4.6 31.5
Borno 75.5 1.0 0.5 1.9 21.0
C/River 50.3 0.8 3.3 5.4 39.7
Delta 57.7 1.3 1.9 8.6 31.7
Ebonyi 54.5 0.2 0.7 7.5 37.1
Edo 52.6 0.2 3.1 9.8 32.9
Ekiti 55.7 1.6 4.4 7.6 32.0
Enugu 48.8 0.3 0.5 9.3 40.8
Gombe 69.6 0.5 0.5 0.7 29.2
Imo 48.2 0.0 0.2 10.7 40.7
Jigawa 77.2 0.2 0.2 1.0 21.1
Kaduna 70.4 0.4 0.2 1.6 27.4
Kano 77.5 0.3 0.5 0.8 20.0
Katsina 82.7 1.2 0.6 1.1 15.3
Kebbi 78.1 0.3 0.1 1.0 20.5
Kogi 53.6 0.2 2.2 4.4 38.6
Kwara 61.8 1.2 1.7 6.7 29.2
Lagos 52.2 0.7 3.2 4.7 39.2
Nassarawa 66.0 0.6 0.3 0.5 32.7
Niger 78.5 0.5 0.4 0.5 20.4
Ogun 60.7 0.2 8.4 7.6 22.6
Ondo 54.1 0.7 4.4 6.4 32.8
Osun 59.0 2.4 4.2 9.7 26.8
Oyo 62.6 0.3 2.4 4.0 30.7
Plateau 52.6 0.3 2.9 4.0 39.4
Rivers 49.3 1.2 1.2 6.0 43.1
Sokoto 76.6 0.4 0.1 1.1 21.7
Taraba 68.2 0.5 0.6 0.8 30.1
Yobe 79.4 0.4 0.6 1.2 17.4
Zamfara 83.4 1.4 0.8 0.8 13.5
FCT 62.6 1.5 1.4 1.3 34.3
National 61.9 0.7 1.8 4.9 30.8
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2007.

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TABLE 2.3 : PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY ROOFING MATERIAL AND STATE,
2004
Wood Iron Cement Roofing Others Total
STATE
Bricks Grass Bamboo Sheets Concrete Tiles
Abia 1.2 3.1 2.2 84.7 5.5 0.8 2.5 100.0
Adamawa 10.8 34.5 0.6 53.2 0.7 0.0 0.2 100.0

Akwa Ibom 1.5 21.1 3.3 60.7 1.9 0.0 11.4 100.0
Anambra 2.7 1.4 1.5 81.7 4.1 1.5 7.1 100.0
Bauchi 9.9 47.2 1.4 33.3 0.0 0.0 8.1 100.0
Bayelsa 1.4 6.7 1.4 63.7 1.8 0.4 24.6 100.0
Benue 3.4 30.2 2.2 55.7 0.6 0.6 7.2 100.0
Borno 7.8 19.5 1.6 56.2 1.5 0.2 13.1 100.0
C/River 8.4 7.1 0.8 79.8 0.7 1.8 1.6 100.0

Delta 1.1 2.0 2.9 86.2 1.7 0.2 6.0 100.0


Ebonyi 5.9 16.6 1.3 65.9 2.1 8.2 100.0
Edo 1.8 2.2 3.4 83.3 6.2 1.8 1.4 100.0
Ekiti 0.0 0.9 1.1 95.0 0.0 1.4 1.6 100.0

Enugu 2.3 4.5 1.4 84.3 1.6 0.4 5.6 100.0


Gombe 17.7 31.7 0.2 45.7 0.0 1.6 3.1 100.0
Imo 0.0 2.3 0.6 84.8 4.1 0.5 7.7 100.0

Jigawa 46.9 25.5 2.6 20.9 0.0 0.0 4.1 100.0


Kaduna 16.8 6.7 7.2 60.8 0.7 0.0 7.8 100.0
Kano 22.3 7.4 8.6 57.6 1.1 1.5 1.5 100.0
Katsina 45.3 9.1 1.5 37.5 1.7 0.5 4.5 100.0

Kebbi 36.6 29.3 1.3 29.0 0.8 0.0 3.0 100.0


Kogi 2.4 3.4 2.9 88.3 2.9 0.0 0.2 100.0
Kwara 0.5 4.4 2.6 86.3 1.2 1.5 3.4 100.0
Lagos 1.0 0.0 1.2 77.9 5.9 5.6 8.4 100.0

Nassarawa 2.5 4.7 2.5 74.6 1.5 0.9 13.3 100.0


Niger 6.9 9.3 5.2 63.4 0.9 1.5 12.7 100.0
Ogun 0.4 0.4 2.3 90.7 5.4 0.0 0.8 100.0

Ondo 1.3 0.3 5.8 90.3 0.8 0.2 1.2 100.0


Osun 1.3 0.9 1.1 92.7 0.2 0.1 3.7 100.0
Oyo 0.4 2.5 2.8 91.2 1.8 0.8 0.4 100.0
Plateau 13.5 24.7 5.2 52.6 1.2 0.4 2.4 100.0

Rivers 1.6 6.3 0.5 73.8 1.8 1.2 14.8 100.0


Sokoto 48.4 9.5 5.6 33.5 0.3 0.0 2.7 100.0
Taraba 14.4 29.4 0.6 43.0 0.0 0.6 12.1 100.0
Yobe 31.0 17.2 0.9 45.9 0.1 0.0 4.9 100.0
Zamfara 51.7 3.3 2.2 39.5 0.5 1.6 1.3 100.0
FCT 3.2 4.8 0.0 77.1 1.7 2.0 11.2 100.0
NIGERIA 13.6 14.1 2.4 61.7 1.5 0.7 6.0 100.0
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2007.

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TABLE 2.3 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY ROOFING MATERIAL AND
STATE, 2005
Mud/Mud Thatch/ Wood Iron Cement Roofing Others Total
STATE Bricks Grass Bamboo Sheets Concrete Tiles
Abia 0.6 601.0 0.0 90.0 3.2 0.0 0.1 100
Adamawa 2.1 50.5 0.0 46.6 0.4 0.1 0.4 100
Akwa Ibom 1.1 21.0 0.1 70.4 2.7 2.0 4.5 100
Anambra 0.4 201.0 1406.0 70.4 3.4 0.2 901.0 100
Bauchi 6.7 53.5 0.2 39.0 0.2 0.1 0.2 100
Bayelsa 0.2 14.1 0.5 82.6 1.5 0.4 0.9 100
Benue 1.4 45.7 0.6 50.8 1.5 0.1 0.0 100
Borno 4.9 38.0 0.1 54.1 1.1 0.0 1.8 100
C/River 0.6 10.6 0.0 87.0 1.6 0.0 0.3 100
Delta 0.7 7.1 1.3 83.1 5.8 0.1 1.9 100
Ebonyi 0.5 21.1 0.0 77.3 1.1 0.0 0.0 100
Edo 0.8 2.7 0.0 95.1 1.2 0.0 0.2 100
Ekiti 0.5 0.6 0.0 97.4 1.0 0.0 0.3 100
Enugu 0.4 5.4 0.0 91.2 1.0 0.0 1.9 100
Gombe 14.3 39.7 0.0 45.0 0.7 0.0 0.3 100
Imo 1.1 3.7 0.1 90.2 3.9 0.0 0.9 100
Jigawa 47.8 26.4 0.0 24.9 0.7 0.0 0.1 100
Kaduna 17.8 10.7 0.1 68.8 1.4 0.3 1.0 100
Kano 27.3 17.1 0.8 51.7 2.7 0.3 0.1 100
Katsina 61.9 6.4 2.4 27.7 1.7 0.0 0.0 100
Kebbi 44.9 19.1 0.0 34.4 1.1 0.1 0.5 100
Kogi 4.5 5.0 0.0 87.0 2.5 0.3 0.5 100
Kwara 1.6 2.2 0.0 89.9 6.2 0.0 0.0 100
Lagos 0.0 0.2 0.2 72.8 5.3 1.7 19.8 100
Nassarawa 1.4 12.2 0.1 85.8 0.4 0.0 0.0 100
Niger 1.0 13.0 0.1 84.4 1.4 0.0 0.0 100
Ogun 1.6 1.5 1.3 88.7 3.4 1.6 1.9 100
Ondo 0.8 1.3 0.0 96.3 0.7 0.1 0.8 100
Osun 0.4 0.2 0.2 97.1 1.9 0.0 0.2 100
Oyo 0.8 2.9 0.4 89.7 3.5 0.2 2.5 100
Plateau 1.4 35.4 0.0 62.7 0.5 0.0 0.0 100
Rivers 0.6 12.2 0.1 82.7 3.1 0.0 1.4 100
Sokoto 51.0 7.0 0.4 40.7 0.5 0.1 0.2 100
Taraba 1.8 57.6 0.3 38.9 1.4 0.0 0.1 100
Yobe 34.6 28.7 0.2 32.6 2.0 0.0 1.2 100
Zamfara 70.4 1.9 0.0 19.0 2.4 0.0 0.3 100
FCT 0.9 0.9 0.0 90.5 0.9 0.0 0.1 100
NIGERIA 10.7 13.7 0.9 68.5 2.4 0.3 2.6 100
Source: NBS/EU Core Welfare Indicators Questionnaire (CWIQ) ,2007.

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TABLE 2.4: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF FLOORING MATERIAL AND
STATE, 2004
STATE Earth/mud Wood/Tiles Plank Concrete Dirt Straw Others Total
Abia 8.3 0.6 1.5 87.1 0.1 2.4 100
Adamawa 47.2 0.2 0.1 41.6 9.8 1.1 100
Akwa Ibom 27.7 0.4 0.4 58 4.2 9.3 100
Anambra 7.7 0.6 3.4 85.5 0.1 2.6 100
Bauchi 52.1 0.9 0.7 29.8 6.8 9.7 100
Bayelsa 31.5 0.6 1.8 45.7 1.2 19.1 100
Benue 40.3 1.4 0.0 48.2 2.8 7.2 100
Borno 35.0 1.7 0.0 49.7 4.3 9.2 100
C/River 42.4 0.3 0.1 52.5 3.5 1.1 100
Delta 8.2 1.6 2.4 81.2 0.3 6.3 100
Ebonyi 52.7 0.3 0.5 35.2 3.2 8.1 100
Edo 7.9 0.2 0 84.4 6.5 0.1 100
Ekiti 11.5 1.5 3.8 78 3.5 1.7 100
Enugu 17.2 0.2 1.2 74.2 1.4 5.7 100
Gombe 50.9 0.6 0.6 35.7 11 1.2 100
Imo 4.9 1.8 2.5 83.9 0.1 6.9 100
Jigawa 71.9 0.5 0 15.4 4.1 8.1 100
Kaduna 29.8 1.2 0.3 56.9 3.8 7.9 100
Kano 38.9 7.2 0.1 45.5 5.1 2.2 100
Katsina 50.5 0.2 0.7 35.6 7.5 3.7 100
Kebbi 52.7 0.3 0.0 20 24.6 2.4 100
Kogi 19.0 0.0 3.1 72.2 4.7 0.1 100
Kwara 12.0 0.2 1.6 79.6 0.9 0.4 100
Lagos 2.2 0.0 0.6 93.5 0.0 3.7 100
Nassarawa 33.8 1.4 2.2 40 9.5 13.1 100
Niger 33.6 0.1 1.9 39.2 13.2 12.1 100
Ogun 15.3 0.8 1.8 80.3 0.4 1.5 100
Ondo 19.3 3.1 0.9 67.5 0.0 0.8 100
Osun 15.3 0.0 1.4 76.9 3.1 3.4 100
Oyo 17.5 1.1 0.5 80.8 0.1 0.0 100
Plateau 47.6 0.7 0.8 37.2 10.8 2.9 100
Rivers 12.0 0.1 0.0 70.5 1.5 15 100
Sokoto 73.6 4.4 0.5 16.3 2.5 2.8 100
Taraba 55.3 3.8 0.9 25.9 2.1 11.9 100
Yobe 64.5 1.4 1.2 19.9 9.1 3.9 100
Zamfara 60.2 3.2 0.0 33.6 2.2 0.7 100
FCT 27.6 2.9 7.4 49.4 0.2 10.8 100
NIGERIA 36.2 1.3 1.2 50.6 5.2 5.6 100
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2005.

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TABLE 2.4 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF FLOORING
MATERIAL AND STATE, 2005.
STATE Earth/mud Wood/Tiles Plank Concrete Dirt Straw Total
Abia 11.7 0.1 0.0 87.6 0.6 100
Adamawa 55.4 0.2 0.0 37.7 6.7 100
Akwa Ibom 34.5 0.0 0.1 61.3 4.2 100
Anambra 4.9 0.1 0.2 94.7 0.1 100
Bauchi 63.7 0.3 0.0 35.8 10.2 100
Bayelsa 20.5 1.2 1.9 69.3 4.2 100
Benue 49.3 1.4 0.1 42.4 6.8 100
Borno 52.5 0.1 0.0 38.5 8.8 100
C/River 30.3 0.6 0.1 65.0 4.0 100
Delta 17.5 2.2 1.1 78.9 0.3 100
Ebonyi 52.1 0.0 0.0 47.5 0.4 100
Edo 11.2 0.4 0.1 83.9 4.3 100
Ekiti 22.4 0.1 0.1 77.3 0.1 100
Enugu 21.7 0.1 0.0 77.2 1.0 100
Gombe 46.0 0.4 0.1 52.2 1.4 100
Imo 7.3 0.8 0.1 91.6 0.1 100
Jigawa 82.3 0.3 0.0 16.1 1.4 100
Kaduna 24.7 0.7 0.0 71.7 2.9 100
Kano 55.2 0.3 0.0 42.1 2.4 100
Katsina 46.9 0.8 0.0 50.2 2.2 100
Kebbi 53.5 5.4 0.1 27.8 13.1 100
Kogi 22.6 0.3 0.3 76.5 0.3 100
Kwara 13.3 0.0 0.2 85.8 0.0 100
Lagos 2.1 0.1 0.1 97.4 0.2 100
Nassarawa 46.1 0.2 0.1 48.2 5.4 100
Niger 25.6 0.1 0.1 71.2 0.3 100
Ogun 19.0 0.2 1.4 78.3 1.0 100
Ondo 12.1 0.4 3.6 82.8 1.2 100
Osun 17.0 0.0 0.0 80.5 2.5 100
Oyo 16.5 0.3 0.0 81.0 2.1 100
Plateau 36.0 0.1 0.1 83.2 0.6 100
Rivers 20.1 0.3 0.0 79.4 0.2 100
Sokoto 72.6 3.1 0.0 19.3 5.0 100
Taraba 54.2 0.2 0.0 41.0 4.0 100
Yobe 70.3 0.4 0.0 27.4 1.9 100
Zamfara 58.7 4.9 0.8 35.5 0.1 100
FCT 15.8 2.0 1.0 80.0 1.1 100
NIGERIA 30.5 0.7 0.3 65.9 2.7 100
Source: NBS/EU Core Welfare Indicators Questionnaire (CWIQ), 2006.

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TABLE 2.5: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY MAJOR SOURCE OF WATER FOR
DRINKING AND COOKING AND BY STATE, 2005
Bore WELL/S STREAM
WELL/SPR S/POND/
TOTAL WATER PIPEBORNE hole/ PRING
STATE HOUSEHOLD TREATED
INGUNPR RAINWATER RIVER/R
WATER hand PROTE AINWATE
UNTREATED pump
OTECTED
CTED R OTHERS
Abia 1034100 1.5 5.5 0.0 0.0 0.0 2.2 31.5 0.5
Adamawa 626252 0.9 4.5 31.1 2.2 24.3 2.5 30.7 0.2
Akwa Ibom 910485 3.3 7.1 35.6 16.4 0.8 1.1 34.5 0.0
Anambra 1083080 0.8 1.2 35.1 15.3 6.8 2.4 37.3 0.0
Bauchi 778711 10.1 2.4 28.7 4.5 14.2 1.4 37.4 0.0
Bayelsa 265189 4.8 3.3 17.3 6.6 27.7 1.5 38.4 0.0
Benue 767561 6.8 1.3 32.5 5.8 3.6 1.3 46.1 1.8
Borno 792663 6.3 6.2 41.6 6.5 13.1 1.5 22.8 0.8
C/River 740248 11.3 2.7 34.1 3.8 0.4 1.6 40.6 0.4
Delta 1056106 3.1 2.6 28.6 5.9 19.5 1.2 36.4 0.6
Ebonyi 400125 5.8 3.0 26.2 3.1 13.5 2.2 45.8 0.4
Edo 1018119 1.1 12.9 26.9 12.6 5.6 2.4 36.7 0.8
Ekiti 436875 26.1 3.1 19.5 8.4 7.1 2.2 31.9 1.7
Enugu 617729 18.3 1.3 18.3 14.4 4.3 2.2 36.6 2.2
Gombe 451161 3.7 4.3 32.1 8.6 18.2 3.3 29.1 0.2
Imo 1153498 9.7 2.3 28.4 6.4 22.9 0.9 28.2 0.1
Jigawa 825062 6.5 4.1 24.3 16.1 21.3 9.4 16.3 0.4
Kaduna 1154022 33.1 1.4 14.9 7.4 34.3 0.5 16.6 0.0
Kano 1319418 16 6.6 14.3 10.2 25.5 2.0 25.4 0.0
Katsina 1038281 17.1 8.7 10.5 6.8 26.1 2.1 27.4 0.0
Kebbi 616253 8.8 2.3 26.2 4.6 29.1 4.2 24.4 0.0
Kogi 792218 8.8 1.8 17.2 7.8 21.4 1.5 39.5 1.1
Kwara 615079 22.1 4.0 13.6 6.6 18.2 0.7 33.6 0.0
Lagos 2497419 48.7 7.4 15.3 6.4 13.5 3.4 5.3 0.0
Nassarawa 413930 7.5 2.1 17.6 4.2 33.2 4.2 28.6 1.7
Niger 781568 16.4 5.6 25.5 1.9 14.5 1.3 34.9 0.0
Ogun 1063360 27.2 8.1 24.8 8.6 11.9 2.3 17.2 0.0
Ondo 1221029 6.4 6.9 21.5 6.9 32.4 3.1 21.1 1.6
Osun 1013154 33.1 4.9 24.7 8.6 1.2 3.7 23.7 0.0
Oyo 1576874 13.2 6.2 17.1 1.6 23.3 0.8 37.9 0.0
Plateau 592185 9.1 2.1 22.1 3.6 26.5 2.6 31.2 1.0
Rivers 1194399 7.1 3.3 17.2 13.0 16.2 2.2 38.4 1.1
Sokoto 653684 13.1 1.3 18.5 10.8 2.5 5.1 48.1 0.0
Taraba 446579 1.8 2.8 26.9 6.5 21.8 6.5 32.9 0.0
Yobe 376253 19.1 3.2 25.4 4.6 37.2 2.3 17.2 0.0
Zamfara 689858 16.6 0.7 28.5 2.9 37.9 1.1 22.1 0.0
FCT 139757 33.1 2.2 32.4 2.2 18.4 2.1 19.7 2.2
TOTAL 28025273 12.7 4.5 24.6 7.7 17.4 3.1 30.4 1.2
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2006.

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TABLE 2.5 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY MAJOR SOURCE OF WATER
FOR DRINKING AND COOKING AND STATE, 2006.
STATE TOTAL PIPEBO PIPEB BORE WELL/SPR WELL/SP RAIN STREAMS/ TANKER OTHERS
HOUSEH RNE ORNE HOLE/H INGPROTE RING WATER POND/RIV TRUCK
OLD WATER WATER ANDPU CTED UNPROTE ER/RAINW VENDOR
TREAT UNTRE MP CTED ATER
ED ATED
Abia 787222 0.6 15.4 21.8 6.8 8.9 17.4 23.0 5.8 0.2
Adamawa 666969 1.7 1.6 20.1 14.9 20.3 0.0 29.3 12.0 0.0
Akwa Ibom 953822 3.0 0.2 32.4 0.0 1.6 6.4 50.0 6.4 0.0
Anambra 974833 7.9 0.6 27.2 4.1 0.6 6.0 47.5 5.7 0.3
Bauchi 810479 3.3 0.0 7.4 8.9 67.1 0.0 8.9 4.5 0.0
Bayelsa 394296 7.5 2.1 14.1 0.0 4.1 1.2 68.9 0.4 1.7
Benue 811393 1.7 0.2 2.0 25.0 12.1 0.0 55.8 3.2 0.0
Borno 896586 1.0 2.9 30.1 11.5 43.0 0.0 2.4 9.0 0.0
C/River 636336 11.9 0.7 23.8 1.3 2.0 0.0 60.3 0.0 0.0
Delta 1264935 6.1 1.0 21.3 18.9 22.3 0.2 28.4 1.0 0.7
Ebonyi 532721 3.9 0.0 37.0 1.0 7.2 5.1 45.2 0.6 0.0
Edo 838107 2.0 1.0 34.8 4.4 3.5 14.8 29.9 9.6 0.0
Ekiti 752117 11.1 0.2 9.4 41.0 3.2 0.0 35.0 0.0 0.0
Enugu 824632 9.2 0.4 7.0 5.2 6.1 0.6 54.4 17.2 0.0
Gombe 551260 9.6 0.2 5.9 16.6 51.2 0.2 11.2 5.2 0.0
Imo 663558 1.6 0.7 32.6 2.7 2.3 0.4 44.9 13.5 1.4
Jigawa 716417 2.4 3.1 50.3 5.0 34.9 0.0 1.5 1.9 0.9
Kaduna 944947 14.4 0.5 6.8 36.7 24.8 0.0 16.9 0.0 0.0
Kano 1606778 2.5 3.3 29.5 14.0 38.1 0.0 8.8 3.8 0.0
Katsina 986811 5.0 0.0 10.0 25.3 33.7 0.0 22.2 2.7 1.2
Kebbi 899591 3.0 0.2 10.1 15.8 63.9 0.0 3.9 3.2 0.0
Kogi 805525 9.6 2.7 22.5 18.4 1.7 0.0 29.0 16.0 0.0
Kwara 563204 14.9 0.7 31.6 23.3 5.9 0.0 22.8 0.2 0.7
Lagos 1624060 16.4 12.1 37.4 7.7 5.6 0.0 0.5 17.5 2.8
Nassarawa 379486 9.8 0.2 6.7 6.7 13.1 0.0 57.7 5.5 0.3
Niger 1537062 13.3 0.0 18.9 14.1 32.7 0.0 19.6 1.4 0.0
Ogun 1165031 10.7 3.5 35.9 14.6 9.4 0.0 25.5 0.4 0.0
Ondo 955840 6.5 1.8 27.1 22.1 4.1 0.0 38.1 0.0 0.4
Osun 803647 21.5 0.2 9.5 29.7 6.5 0.0 32.3 0.0 0.2
Oyo 1045157 11.6 0.4 30.8 32.9 3.0 0.0 19.1 2.3 0.0
Plateau 643464 9.5 0.0 8.9 16.3 21.0 0.0 44.3 0.0 0.0
Rivers 960259 7.0 1.2 39.5 13.6 24.2 0.2 11.2 3.0 0.0
Sokoto 692322 16.0 0.2 5.2 15.5 62.8 0.0 0.2 0.0 0.0
Taraba 405774 0.4 0.0 8.4 1.6 10.6 0.0 77.1 0.0 1.8
Yobe 445603 3.4 0.5 34.4 38.9 18.3 0.0 1.1 1.6 1.8
Zamfara 763430 8.9 1.5 12.9 36.2 13.6 0.0 26.6 0.3 0.0
FCT 238574 25.6 3.1 23.9 9.7 0.7 0.0 21.8 15.2 0.0
TOTAL 30542248
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio-Economic Survey On Nigeria,2007.

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TABLE 2.5 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY MAJOR SOURCE OF WATER
FOR DRINKING AND COOKING AND BY STATE, 2007.
STATE TOTAL PIPE PIPEBO BORE WELL/SPR WELL/S RAIN STREAMS TANKER/TR OTHER
HOUSEHO BORN RNE HOLE/ INGPROTE PRINGU WATER /POND/RI UCK/VENDO
LD E WATER HAND CTED NPROTE VER/RAIN R
UNTREA PUMP CTED WATER
TED

Abia 983486 0.0 1.4 53.4 0.1 0.2 0.0 43.4 1.3 0.1
Adamawa 659886 6.4 2.2 23.0 3.8 26.6 0.0 30.8 7.0 0.1
Akwa Ibom 905492 3.8 0.9 39.7 0.9 1.1 0.0 53.5 0.0 0.2
Anambra 1049161 3.1 0.0 59.6 0.7 1.7 1.0 31.9 1.8 0.3
Bauchi 594345 0.5 11.6 22.2 12.5 45.4 0.0 7.7 0.0 0.0
Bayelsa 572294 7.7 7.4 9.7 0.9 13.8 1.7 57.8 0.0 1.0
Benue 879003 2.2 0.0 2.9 18.0 8.8 0.0 57.7 10.5 0.0
Borno 763401 4.8 9.5 24.2 15.6 28.4 0.0 8.6 8.7 0.2
C/River 667619 7.9 1.8 21.9 2.6 4.0 0.0 61.0 0.0 0.9
Delta 1029258 5.4 1.9 41.5 13.9 14.7 2.7 19.7 0.2 0.0
Ebonyi 474920 6.1 0.8 41.9 8.3 2.1 0.0 40.0 0.8 0.0
Edo 955587 4.1 0.4 25.7 21.5 7.8 0.7 36.4 3.2 0.2
Ekiti 830785 14.4 0.6 8.6 35.9 5.3 0.0 34.4 0.2 0.5
Enugu 859109 14.9 0.1 4.1 8.1 13.6 9.2 30.8 18.4 0.8
Gombe 405005 5.8 0.0 18.6 14.3 27.5 0.0 13.8 20.0 0.0
Imo 1065623 4.9 1.1 59.3 0.5 4.1 2.1 22.9 3.3 1.8
Jigawa 783583 14.9 7.1 53.3 1.8 20.5 0.0 0.0 2.5 0.0
Kaduna 1144276 15.0 0.8 6.3 25.2 29.3 0.0 18.5 4.5 0.3
Kano 1446326 9.6 8.2 17.7 24.3 35.3 0.0 2.8 2.3 0.0
Katsina 1076980 5.4 0.0 10.8 40.0 28.6 0.0 11.3 3.3 0.7
Kebbi 596523 5.4 0.7 11.3 30.1 41.2 0.2 9.0 2.1 0.0
Kogi 886087 10.0 1.6 22.0 13.0 1.7 0.0 41.5 10.3 0.0
Kwara 640332 8.2 1.5 41.2 23.4 7.8 0.0 17.7 0.0 0.2
Lagos 2519514 12.8 7.6 42.3 18.9 4.8 0.0 0.2 13.3 0.0
Nassarawa 630483 14.3 0.7 13.7 8.3 1.5 0.1 60.8 0.0 0.6
Niger 715239 16.1 1.7 21.2 8.3 10.6 0.0 41.0 1.1 0.0
Ogun 1295629 9.4 1.8 47.0 14.4 8.9 0.4 17.9 0.1 0.1
Ondo 1033269 0.5 0.2 27.7 35.6 1.9 0.0 32.9 0.0 1.2
Osun 1117674 11.9 0.3 9.1 47.0 9.8 0.0 20.0 2.0 0.0
Oyo 1582002 11.4 0.2 17.2 42.1 6.1 0.5 20.6 1.2 0.9
Plateau 693065 4.0 0.0 4.0 29.8 19.1 0.0 36.0 6.5 0.5
Rivers 1405916 3.1 0.0 39.7 22.3 15.7 1.7 12.1 5.0 0.4
Sokoto 849025 23.6 2.4 0.7 24.6 47.0 0.3 1.4 0.0 0.0
Taraba 458739 1.2 0.5 5.0 4.6 14.9 0.0 69.9 3.7 0.1
Yobe 399118 2.0 1.2 20.2 19.8 53.3 0.0 1.9 1.2 0.5
Zamfara 602372 3.6 0.2 28.6 33.6 14.2 0.0 19.8 0.0 0.0
FCT 140127 14.4 1.1 26.9 3.8 1.9 0.3 31.3 18.9 1.4
TOTAL 32711251 8.1 2.3 26.8 18.7 14.6 0.6 24.4 4.1 0.3
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio-Economic Survey On Nigeria,2008.

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TABLE 2.5 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY MAJOR SOURCE OF WATER
FOR DRINKING AND COOKING AND BY STATE, 2008.
STATE PIPE PIPE BORNE BORE WELL/SPRING WELL/SP RAIN STREAMS/POND/ TANKER/TR
BORNE WATER HOLE PROTECTED RING WATER RIVER/RAINWAT UCK/VENDO
WATER UNTREATED HAND UNPROT ER R
TREATE PUMP ECTED
D
Abia 1.3 0.0 57.9 0.5 0.3 0.3 38.3 1.3
Adamawa 2.0 3.7 15.7 14.1 19.4 0.2 35.6 8.5
Akwa Ibom 2.8 0.0 41.9 3.3 0.0 0.3 51.4 0.3
Anambra 0.0 0.0 63.1 4.2 4.0 3.5 20.6 4.7
Bauchi 3.9 1.2 22.8 10.4 47.0 0.2 13.7 0.2
Bayelsa 2.0 4.7 13.3 0.8 1.6 1.2 69.8 3.5
Benue 0.0 0.2 5.4 25.6 5.7 0.0 57.4 5.2
Borno 4.0 2.8 30.3 8.5 40.0 0.0 10.0 4.4
C/River 8.8 0.0 12.4 1.4 1.7 4.8 75.3 0.5
Delta 3.3 0.0 38.2 21.4 12.8 0.0 19.2 0.0
Ebonyi 4.2 0.3 46.8 1.5 13.3 3.7 31.4 2.4
Edo 4.1 0.0 44.5 19.0 3.0 1.7 24.2 1.4
Ekiti 26.9 3.0 6.6 31.4 1.7 2.1 31.2 0.2
Enugu 12.4 0.9 14.3 4.8 5.7 0.0 31.8 27.0
Gombe 6.0 0.0 20.1 6.5 49.4 0.2 13.8 4.3
Imo 1.3 1.0 57.8 4.4 6.7 0.2 25.6 2.4
Jigawa 16.2 3.1 53.7 7.3 18.0 0.3 1.6 0.0
Kaduna 13.9 1.0 8.3 16.7 39.9 0.0 19.5 0.3
Kano 12.3 6.1 25.3 11.3 33.3 0.0 8.4 3.2
Katsina 7.7 0.0 23.8 17.8 41.0 0.0 3.4 5.3
Kebbi 5.2 0.2 7.0 20.5 64.8 0.2 0.7 1.6
Kogi 6.9 0.3 18.2 18.5 4.1 0.0 42.7 7.9
Kwara 7.3 4.1 44.5 25.2 0.6 0.0 18.3 0.0
Lagos 8.4 1.2 73.8 5.0 2.1 0.3 0.0 7.5
Nassarawa 14.6 0.7 11.7 5.8 5.5 0.0 60.5 0.7
Niger 13.2 1.8 28.3 8.2 10.5 0.0 35.0 2.9
Ogun 10.2 1.0 51.5 13.9 3.8 0.0 19.4 0.0
Ondo 0.5 2.9 16.1 35.8 2.2 0.2 42.0 0.0
Osun 20.4 0.0 9.8 39.3 3.1 0.0 23.8 2.4
Oyo 9.4 0.3 20.5 41.4 4.8 0.0 22.9 0.0
Plateau 5.9 0.2 9.5 23.8 17.1 0.3 41.8 0.0
Rivers 10.7 0.8 42.4 9.1 26.0 0.2 5.7 1.7
Sokoto 12.5 1.5 8.0 7.9 64.6 0.0 5.0 0.5
Taraba 0.6 0.2 10.0 8.7 1.2 0.0 74.8 4.1
Yobe 1.8 0.7 33.0 28.2 32.8 0.0 1.8 1.8
Zamfara 6.9 0.2 18.5 8.3 46.6 0.5 19.0 0.0
FCT 10.6 1.8 39.3 2.0 1.0 0.0 30.6 1.4
TOTAL 7.7 1.1 28.4 14.0 17.5 5.0 27.1 3.2
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2008.

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FIGURE 2.5 SOURCES OF DRINKING WATER

Sources of Drinkable water
30.0
25.0
20.0
15.0
10.0
5.0
0.0 Sources of Drinkable water

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TABLE 2.6: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF REFUSE DISPOSAL
FACILITY, 2007
STATE HH Bin collected HH Bin Govt.Bin or Disposal within Unauthorized Other Types
by Govt.Agency collected by Shed Compound Refuse Heap
Private
Agency
Abia 1.4 1.3 10.8 51.6 29.0 5.9
Adamawa 0.1 0.7 8.2 34.2 51.1 5.7

Akwa Ibom 1.3 4.0 1.1 88.7 3.4 1.5

Anambra 2.8 3.4 0.0 47.8 39.7 6.2

Bauchi 0.0 0.0 3.3 31.8 64.9 0.0

Bayelsa 4.2 0.0 2.0 44.9 32.1 16.7

Benue 0.1 0.0 0.0 32.9 66.8 0.2

Borno 0.4 0.9 2.4 25.8 64.6 6.0

C/River 14.9 0.2 2.1 37.4 21.7 23.7

Delta 2.4 4.0 1.4 10.2 65.1 16.9

Ebonyi 4.9 0.0 0.0 67.7 22.6 4.8


Edo 1.1 3.6 0.0 31.5 58.2 5.7

Ekiti 0.2 0.1 0.0 14.7 81.1 3.8


Enugu 4.8 0.2 0.4 52.7 28.5 13.3

Gombe 0.0 5.8 0.0 32.8 61.4 0.0

Imo 4.4 0.6 0.7 54.3 31.3 8.7

Jigawa 0.4 0.0 0.0 77.4 22.2 0.0

Kaduna 0.0 0.0 9.6 29.4 56.4 4.6

Kano 3.9 1.5 0.3 55.1 35.7 3.6


Katsina 1.0 0.2 0.0 63.4 34.8 0.6

Kebbi 0.0 0.4 0.9 94.0 4.1 0.6

Kogi 0.0 0.1 0.3 10.2 82.9 6.6

Kwara 2.3 0.0 2.7 31.9 44.4 18.8

Lagos 22.1 30.1 8.9 5.7 21.0 12.2

Nassarawa 0.1 0.0 0.0 14.6 60.3 25.0

Niger 0.0 0.0 0.0 12.9 85.7 1.4

Ogun 2.5 3.4 2.0 21.1 55.2 15.8

Ondo 0.0 1.7 0.6 16.2 65.0 16.6

Osun 0.0 1.2 0.0 34.7 64.1 0.0

Oyo 3.9 6.5 0.1 41.4 42.8 5.3

Plateau 0.6 0.2 0.1 33.4 62.1 3.7

Rivers 4.1 2.2 7.1 28.8 43.3 14.5

Sokoto 4.5 0.0 6.7 71.4 11.0 6.4

Taraba 0.0 0.7 0.0 42.8 52.9 3.6

Yobe 0.0 0.1 0.8 19.3 78.0 1.7


Zamfara 0.0 0.0 1.6 66.0 32.4 0.0

FCT 3.3 10.7 1.1 12.2 68.8 3.9

National 3.5 3.7 2.5 37.8 44.9 7.6

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria,2008.

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TABLE 2.6 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF REFUSE DISPOSAL
FACILITY, 2008
STATE HH Bin collected HH Bin collected by Govt.Bin or Disposal within Unauthorize Other
by Govt.Agency Private Agency Shed Compound d Refuse Types
Heap
Abia 0.2 3.0 4.7 28.9 34.4 28.8
Adamawa 0.2 0.5 1.4 28.3 69.2 0.4
Akwa Ibom 2.1 0.5 3.8 86.1 6.9 0.7
Anambra 5.4 0.7 1.4 28.0 43.9 20.6
Bauchi 0.4 0.9 0.2 41.1 56.8 0.7
Bayelsa 0.0 1.2 2.7 12.9 12.2 71.0
Benue 0.9 4.5 0.2 48.1 46.0 0.3
Borno 2.8 0.0 1.9 17.2 71.0 7.0
C/River 2.5 0.2 8.1 29.8 40.5 18.8
Delta 0.7 7.9 5.0 41.1 39.4 6.0
Ebonyi 0.0 0.0 1.5 66.4 28.7 3.4
Edo 0.0 3.4 0.0 17.9 77.8 0.8
Ekiti 2.4 0.0 7.0 8.8 75.4 12.7
Enugu 9.0 0.0 8.4 60.8 20.5 1.4
Gombe 6.0 0.0 0.0 43.6 49.9 0.5
Imo 1.2 7.0 2.0 56.0 20.2 19.9
Jigawa 0.9 0.5 3.3 61.7 33.7
Kaduna 1.2 1.2 1.3 44.7 50.4 1.2
Kano 1.2 0.2 0.0 33.2 65.5 0.0
Katsina 1.7 0.2 4.4 65.0 28.7 0.0
Kebbi 0.0 0.0 0.0 71.5 27.5 1.1
Kogi 0.0 0.0 0.0 27.8 70.0 2.2
Kwara 0.0 0.0 2.1 28.2 69.7 0.0
Lagos 33.6 34.9 3.6 2.6 18.8 6.5
Nassarawa 1.4 0.0 0.2 36.8 55.2 6.5
Niger 0.2 0.2 1.1 13.1 84.4 1.1
Ogun 3.3 11.7 0.8 6.5 64.7 12.9
Ondo 0.5 0.0 0.0 28.3 48.0 18.0
Osun 0.0 0.0 0.0 5.1 90.4 4.5
Oyo 0.0 4.1 0.2 11.3 80.5 3.9
Plateau 0.7 0.0 0.5 31.4 66.8 0.5
Rivers 6.7 3.2 2.0 32.6 55.5 0.0
Sokoto 8.9 0.2 0.0 41.4 28.8 20.7
Taraba 0.0 0.6 0.0 60.8 38.6 0.0
Yobe 0.0 0.5 0.0 12.9 86.5 0.0
Zamfara 1.0 0.2 0.0 66.9 31.9 0.0
FCT 3.2 6.4 0.7 18.3 65.5 5.9
National 2.8 2.4 1.7 36.0 50.5 6.5
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria,2008.

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TABLE 2.7: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE AND TYPE OFTOILET FACILITY,
2007.
STATE None Toilet on Flush to Flush to Pail/Bucket Covered Uncovered VIP Other types
water sewage septic pit latrine pit latrine Latrine
tank
Jigawa 0.0 0.0 2.8 18.8 0.0 52.4 18.4 2.6 4.9
Adamawa 5.1 0.2 3.3 0.1 0.0 54.3 20.5 4.3 12.3
1.3 1.6 2.7 3.0 0.0 78.7 8.1 0.0 4.6
Anambra 3.5 0.0 0.0 24.0 0.0 50.7 1.7 0.0 20.1
Bauchi 3.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 55.1 41.1 0.0 0.8
Bayelsa 0.2 69.1 6.2 7.0 0.0 1.0 2.5 0.0 14.1
Benue 23.5 0.0 1.9 5.7 0.0 32.0 20.6 0.9 15.3
Borno 0.6 0.0 0.7 0.0 0.3 65.2 31.8 1.4 0.0
C/River 4.4 0.0 4.8 4.9 0.0 37.2 21.3 4.8 22.6
Delta 0.4 16.8 13.8 23.4 0.0 19.3 13.2 0.0 13.2
Ebonyi 1.8 0.0 6.4 1.8 0.0 16.5 56.4 0.0 17.1
Edo 17.6 0.1 2.5 7.8 0.0 32.6 21.1 0.9 17.3
Ekiti 54.2 0.7 8.1 2.7 0.0 26.5 2.9 0.8 4.0
Enugu 3.5 0.0 3.4 16.6 0.0 29.5 6.6 0.3 40.0
Gombe 11.4 0.0 5.0 0.7 0.0 55.4 25.7 0.0 1.7
Imo 6.2 0.0 0.4 17.2 0.0 68.0 2.3 0.0 5.9
Jigawa 0.7 0.0 0.7 0.0 0.0 81.2 5.3 1.9 10.2
Kaduna 0.9 1.1 4.6 3.0 0.0 53.0 26.5 0.0 10.9
Kano 3.3 0.2 0.7 0.0 0.0 69.6 25.3 0.2 0.7
Katsina 0.6 0.0 0.5 0.2 0.2 75.1 23.0 0.3 0.2
Kebbi 9.6 0.2 0.5 0.2 0.0 39.3 43.7 0.3 6.3
Kogi 52.4 0.1 3.8 1.4 0.0 24.9 14.2 0.1 3.2
Kwara 41.0 4.4 9.3 4.7 0.0 22.2 0.7 0.2 17.5
Lagos 0.1 3.4 13.4 39.2 0.6 25.8 15.3 0.0 2.1
Nassarawa 5.0 0.0 4.3 0.6 0.0 41.0 12.3 0.0 36.9
Niger 0.6 0.8 1.6 3.6 3.2 37.5 17.0 0.0 35.9
Ogun 0.3 4.8 4.0 10.3 0.1 46.1 4.9 1.3 28.2
Ondo 0.1 8.4 6.1 3.1 0.3 31.4 3.3 3.6 43.6
Osun 50.1 1.0 0.7 13.2 0.0 33.5 1.0 0.4 0.0
Oyo 8.9 0.0 5.5 17.4 0.2 29.1 2.5 0.0 36.3
Plateau 8.9 0.9 5.5 2.8 0.0 33.5 12.8 0.0 35.7
Rivers 0.2 33.4 4.0 15.8 0.0 22.5 10.9 2.3 10.9
Sokoto 0.9 0.0 0.9 0.0 0.0 54.7 35.1 0.2 8.2
Taraba 12.4 0.2 0.4 0.2 0.0 25.9 28.9 0.7 31.3
Yobe 0.9 0.0 0.1 0.0 0.0 34.0 40.6 0.1 24.3
Zamfara 0.3 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.3 85.7 12.1 0.0 1.4
FCT 6.1 1.3 13.0 19.5 0.0 20.5 7.2 0.3 32.0
Total 8.6 4.0 4.1 9.6 0.2 43.0 15.6 0.7 14.3
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC(2008) Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria, NBS, Abuja.

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TABLE 2.7 cnt'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE AND TYPE OF TOILET
FACILITY, 2008.
STATE None Toilet Flush to Flush to Pail/B Covered Uncovere VIP Other types
on sewage septic tank ucket pit latrine d pit Latrine
water latrine
Abia 0.3 0.0 3.8 23.1 0.0 48.6 17.6 0.3 6.3

Adamawa 11.5 0.0 1.1 2.1 0.0 46.6 22.1 0.0 16.5

Akwa Ibom 4.2 6.8 1.2 8.6 0.2 67.8 11.2 0.0 0.0

Anambra 6.8 0.0 6.5 18.6 0.0 58.6 0.8 0.0 8.7

Bauchi 4.7 0.2 0.3 0.2 0.0 45.1 42.5 0.0 7.1

Bayelsa 5.6 47.6 3.9 7.5 0.0 1.6 0.0 3.1 30.8

Benue 38.8 0.5 0.3 2.5 1.0 36.9 7.9 0.0 12.0

Borno 1.3 1.1 0.0 0.0 0.2 54.6 32.2 1.7 9.0

C/River 4.3 0.0 0.9 11.8 0.0 20.6 17.6 0.9 44.0

Delta 4.3 20.0 15.3 10.3 0.4 21.6 8.8 2.8 16.6

Ebonyi 5.4 0.0 0.4 5.2 0.0 14.0 41.7 2.1 31.2

Edo 9.2 5.7 4.8 3.2 0.0 60.0 9.2 4.7 3.2

Ekiti 31.3 0.4 6.6 6.2 0.0 27.0 0.0 0.0 28.6
Enugu 6.7 0.0 4.7 29.0 0.0 16.2 1.8 0.1 41.6

Gombe 4.4 0.6 2.7 0.7 0.0 64.0 25.8 0.2 1.7
Imo 3.9 0.0 3.9 8.7 0.0 78.5 2.2 0.0 2.9

Jigawa 2.6 0.6 1.7 0.7 0.1 54.2 28.1 1.2 10.9

Kaduna 0.8 0.3 4.4 2.8 0.1 55.3 27.7 0.5 8.2

Kano 0.2 0.0 0.4 1.0 0.0 65.5 32.4 0.1 0.4

Katsina 0.0 0.1 0.8 0.1 0.0 54.3 44.8 0.0 0.0

Kebbi 3.6 0.0 0.3 1.8 0.0 26.5 65.8 0.0 2.0

Kogi 2.9 1.8 2.3 0.4 0.0 17.3 1.7 0.5 73.2

Kwara 24.8 0.4 5.1 6.4 0.0 20.1 0.8 0.0 42.2

Lagos 2.7 1.7 27.9 45.5 0.0 14.7 4.4 0.5 2.7

Nassarawa 5.8 3.4 0.2 1.7 0.1 37.0 11.3 0.0 40.6

Niger 14.7 0.2 2.7 6.1 0.0 40.3 22.3 0.1 13.4

Ogun 0.2 0.0 6.6 6.9 0.2 54.3 4.4 0.5 26.9
Ondo 2.0 8.5 0.7 4.8 0.0 22.4 2.6 0.3 58.7

Osun 2.4 0.3 0.7 8.9 0.0 32.5 0.5 1.4 53.3
Oyo 53.3 0.6 5.0 15.8 0.6 23.2 0.6 0.0 0.9

Plateau 31.7 0.1 0.9 2.4 0.0 21.0 7.7 0.0 36.2
Rivers 0.8 30.7 2.0 28.3 0.0 22.7 12.6 0.1 2.8

Sokoto 17.7 0.1 0.2 0.0 0.0 29.1 36.5 0.0 16.6

Taraba 6.6 0.2 1.4 0.0 0.0 35.0 9.4 0.0 47.5

Yobe 5.4 0.0 0.1 1.0 0.0 33.9 27.3 0.4 31.9

Zamfara 0.0 0.0 0.5 0.0 0.3 55.7 42.2 0.5 0.8

FCT 0.5 0.3 12.3 15.0 1.2 33.3 3.2 1.8 32.4

Total 8.8 3.7 5.0 10.3 0.1 38.3 15.7 0.6 17.6

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC(2008) Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria, NBS, Abuja.

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TABLE 2.8: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF HOUSING UNIT, 2007.
STATE Single room Flat Duplex Whole Building Other Types
Abia 32.6 5.4 0.0 56.9 5.1
Adamawa 77.3 4.5 0.0 10.6 7.6
Akwa Ibom 43.3 7.9 0.2 47.4 1.2
Anambra 38.7 3.9 0.5 55.8 1.1
Bauchi 98.1 1.1 0.0 0.8 0.0
Bayelsa 69.0 10.2 0.0 20.5 0.3
Benue 69.6 4.4 0.0 19.5 6.5
Borno 91.6 1.7 0.0 2.8 3.9
C/River 81.7 2.6 0.4 15.3 0.0
Delta 72.8 13.3 0.7 12.5 0.9
Ebonyi 19.9 1.5 0.5 77.7 0.3
Edo 64.4 6.1 0.1 28.8 0.6
Ekiti 81.1 6.9 0.4 11.6 0.0
Enugu 30.8 6.3 0.4 61.4 1.2
Gombe 78.1 4.6 0.0 17.2 0.0
Imo 27.3 4.1 1.1 67.3 0.2
Jigawa 43.9 4.0 0.1 52.0 0.0
Kaduna 74.3 7.6 0.0 17.5 0.6
Kano 96.7 0.9 0.0 2.2 0.2
Katsina 98.7 0.6 0.0 0.2 0.5
Kebbi 93.8 4.3 1.3 0.6 0.0
Kogi 64.9 4.2 0.6 30.3 0.0
Kwara 74.9 9.0 0.1 14.9 1.0
Lagos 80.6 15.8 0.5 3.1 0.0
Nassarawa 84.4 5.6 0.0 9.7 0.4
Niger 79.9 1.9 0.0 18.1 0.0
Ogun 78.6 7.1 0.0 13.4 0.9
Ondo 78.5 6.6 0.0 14.9 0.0
Osun 79.2 8.7 0.0 12.1 0.0
Oyo 73.3 10.1 0.7 15.0 0.8
Plateau 89.0 6.9 0.0 4.1 0.0
Rivers 50.4 9.6 3.1 35.8 1.1
Sokoto 72.5 3.8 0.1 23.0 0.5
Taraba 72.4 1.4 0.4 20.0 5.8
Yobe 93.1 0.3 0.0 5.2 1.4
Zamfara 4.6 0.2 0.7 94.3 0.3
FCT 31.0 20.6 1.5 46.1 0.8
NIGERIA 68.6 6.3 0.4 23.7 1.1
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria, 2008.

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TABLE 2.8 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF HOUSING UNIT,
2008.
STATE Single room Flat Duplex Whole Building Other Types
Abia 38.1 3.7 0.7 57.0 0.5
Adamawa 83.3 2.1 0.0 14.6 0.0

Akwa Ibom 51.8 8.1 0.3 39.6 0.2


Anambra 30.4 3.7 0.2 64.5 1.2

Bauchi 98.6 1.1 0.4 0.0 0.0


Bayelsa 69.8 14.5 0.8 14.1 0.8

Benue 70.6 6.2 0.2 23.0 0.0

Borno 92.8 0.6 0.2 4.0 2.5

C/River 65.4 6.1 0.3 26.6 1.5


Delta 70.4 8.7 0.2 20.2 0.5

Ebonyi 24.8 1.2 0.0 73.5 0.5

Edo 68.4 7.3 0.0 24.2 0.2

Ekiti 74.8 8.5 0.2 16.5 0.0

Enugu 26.2 6.0 1.7 65.9 0.2

Gombe 71.4 2.4 0.0 26.2 0.0

Imo 14.5 2.5 0.8 81.8 0.3

Jigawa 30.1 9.3 0.2 59.0 1.4


Kaduna 89.5 9.2 0.0 1.3 0.0

Kano 74.6 2.4 0.7 22.2 0.2

Katsina 94.7 1.7 1.0 2.4 0.2

Kebbi 97.5 0.7 0.0 1.8 0.0


Kogi 58.1 4.6 0.0 36.9 0.3

Kwara 70.3 5.6 0.0 24.1 0.0


Lagos 69.8 26.4 2.1 1.4 0.3

Nassarawa 62.5 5.5 0.0 31.8 0.2

Niger 72.4 5.4 0.0 22.1 0.0

Ogun 86.8 8.0 0.0 4.3 0.8


Ondo 81.3 3.1 0.0 15.4 0.2

Osun 81.9 7.1 0.0 11.0 0.0


Oyo 82.4 8.9 0.5 8.2 0.0

Plateau 79.1 1.9 0.0 19.0 0.0

Rivers 54.5 5.7 0.8 38.4 0.5

Sokoto 70.0 2.4 0.0 27.1 0.5

Taraba 91.7 1.8 0.0 6.1 0.4

Yobe 92.2 0.4 0.0 6.0 1.4


Zamfara 20.2 5.8 0.8 72.9 0.3

FCT 48.4 17.8 0.2 33.6 0.0


NIGERIA 66.3 5.8 0.3 27.2 0.4
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria, 2008.

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TABLE 2.9: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF FUEL FOR COOKING, 2007.
STATE Electricity Gas Kerosine Wood Coal
Abia 0.0 0.7 25.8 73.6 0.0
Adamawa 0.5 0.0 6.2 93.4 0.0

Akwa Ibom 0.0 0.2 18.3 81.0 0.4


Anambra 0.4 0.3 26.8 72.2 0.3

Bauchi 0.0 0.0 2.1 97.6 0.3


Bayelsa 0.9 0.0 41.3 57.6 0.2

Benue 0.0 0.4 3.1 94.5 2.0


Borno 0.0 0.0 1.3 98.4 0.3

C/River 0.0 0.2 19.6 79.8 0.3


Delta 0.0 1.6 21.3 76.6 0.5

Ebonyi 0.1 0.8 9.2 90.0 0.0


Edo 2.1 0.1 18.6 78.7 0.5

Ekiti 0.0 0.0 24.2 74.3 1.5


Enugu 0.1 2.1 28.3 68.9 0.6

Gombe 2.1 0.0 5.5 92.4 0.0

Imo 0.2 0.7 13.6 85.1 0.4

Jigawa 1.0 0.0 3.9 95.1 0.0


Kaduna 0.3 1.2 9.8 88.5 0.2

Kano 1.3 0.1 3.4 94.9 0.3

Katsina 1.7 0.0 0.5 97.5 0.2

Kebbi 0.5 0.2 0.0 99.2 0.1

Kogi 0.3 0.0 12.0 86.6 1.0

Kwara 1.1 0.0 15.5 62.0 21.4

Lagos 2.8 3.8 89.7 3.1 0.6

Nassarawa 0.0 0.0 9.2 90.8 0.0


Niger 0.7 0.0 5.2 92.9 1.2

Ogun 2.0 0.0 48.8 49.0 0.3


Ondo 0.2 0.2 32.6 66.7 0.3

Osun 0.8 0.2 27.1 56.0 15.9

Oyo 0.1 1.3 44.7 50.2 3.8

Plateau 0.6 0.4 16.8 80.8 1.4


Rivers 0.0 2.8 31.3 65.2 0.7

Sokoto 0.6 0.3 2.5 96.2 0.5

Taraba 0.0 0.0 1.0 98.8 0.2

Yobe 0.0 0.0 0.9 98.7 0.4


Zamfara 0.1 0.1 4.1 95.5 0.3

FCT 0.7 3.4 34.5 57.4 4.0


NIGERIA 0.7 0.7 22.9 74.1 1.6
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria, 2008.

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TABLE 2.9 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF FUEL FOR COOKING,
2008.
STATE Electricity Gas Kerosine Wood Coal
Abia 0.2 0.7 21.4 77.8 0.0
Adamawa 0.2 0.4 2.3 96.8 0.4
Akwa Ibom 0.0 1.5 15.7 82.4 0.3

Anambra 0.0 0.7 21.7 77.3 0.2

Bauchi 0.0 0.2 1.6 98.2 0.0


Bayelsa 0.8 0.4 47.5 51.4 0.0

Benue 0.2 0.0 2.8 96.5 0.5


Borno 0.0 0.0 2.1 94.3 3.6

C/River 0.0 0.2 13.6 86.3 0.0

Delta 0.3 1.2 36.6 61.6 0.2

Ebonyi 0.0 0.0 6.9 93.1 0.0

Edo 0.2 0.0 25.5 74.3 0.0

Ekiti 0.7 0.3 36.6 61.5 0.9


Enugu 0.2 0.7 21.3 77.3 0.5

Gombe 0.3 0.0 3.6 95.9 0.2


Imo 0.5 1.0 7.4 90.9 0.2

Jigawa 0.2 0.3 1.6 97.8 0.2

Kaduna 0.2 8.7 90.7 0.5

Kano 0.5 0.2 4.5 94.1 0.7

Katsina 0.0 0.0 2.2 97.8 0.0

Kebbi 0.2 0.4 4.8 94.6 0.0

Kogi 1.0 0.3 18.9 79.6 0.2

Kwara 0.0 0.2 12.7 74.3 12.7


Lagos 0.0 6.2 91.1 2.7 0.0

Nassarawa 0.5 0.0 7.9 91.1 0.5


Niger 0.0 0.2 9.6 89.3 0.9

Ogun 0.0 0.7 60.9 37.3 1.2


Ondo 0.2 0.3 17.0 82.5 0.0

Osun 1.2 0.0 45.7 49.6 3.5


Oyo 0.0 0.5 43.6 44.1 11.8

Plateau 0.2 1.0 10.0 88.8 0.0

Rivers 0.3 1.7 38.9 59.1 0.0

Sokoto 0.2 0.0 6.3 93.5 0.0


Taraba 0.0 0.0 2.6 97.4 0.0

Yobe 0.0 0.0 2.3 97.7 0.0

Zamfara 0.0 0.0 1.7 98.3 0.0

FCT 0.2 1.9 38.7 57.6 1.7


NIGERIA 0.2 0.6 18.5 79.6 1.1
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria, 2008.

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TABLE 2.10: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE AND TYPE OF ELECTRICITY
SUPPLY, 2007.

STATE PHCN Rural Private PHCN/Ge Rural Solar energy None


Only Electrification Generator nerator Electrification/Gene
Only Only rator
Abia 44.5 0.1 5.9 15.2 0.5 0.0 33.8
Adamawa 22.3 0.0 1.0 4.9 0.5 0.0 71.4
Akwa Ibom 46.3 2.7 3.3 7.6 1.9 0.0 38.3
Anambra 58.0 4.1 0.2 6.8 0.0 0.0 30.9
Bauchi 38.7 0.0 0.0 2.8 0.0 0.0 58.5
Bayelsa 10.3 10.1 13.3 5.8 37.8 0.5 22.2
Benue 15.7 0.0 2.8 2.5 0.5 0.0 78.6
Borno 19.4 4.6 10.6 0.9 0.1 0.0 64.5
C/River 54.1 0.5 3.2 1.7 3.4 0.0 37.1
Delta 62.7 0.0 2.5 3.0 1.6 0.0 30.2
Ebonyi 14.7 5.0 5.0 0.3 1.5 0.0 73.5
Edo 80.7 0.0 1.5 0.9 0.0 0.1 16.9
Ekiti 56.7 0.0 1.2 0.8 0.0 0.0 41.3
Enugu 45.6 0.2 3.6 5.5 0.3 0.0 44.8
Gombe 50.7 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 49.3
Imo 68.5 1.4 5.2 4.1 0.1 0.0 20.8
Jigawa 39.4 0.0 0.2 0.4 0.0 0.0 60.0
Kaduna 53.5 0.5 1.2 2.9 0.2 0.0 41.8
Kano 59.6 0.0 0.0 0.8 0.0 0.0 39.6
Katsina 31.0 0.0 0.1 6.8 0.2 0.0 62.0
Kebbi 44.2 0.0 1.5 1.7 0.0 0.0 52.6
Kogi 52.1 0.0 2.3 2.4 0.3 0.0 43.0
Kwara 54.9 0.0 1.5 4.7 0.5 0.0 38.3
Lagos 67.3 0.1 0.5 30.8 1.1 0.0 0.2
Nassarawa 27.7 0.0 2.2 6.2 0.4 0.0 63.6
Niger 42.5 0.0 0.3 1.4 0.0 0.0 55.9
Ogun 71.3 0.4 0.3 0.9 0.1 0.0 27.1
Ondo 58.0 0.0 4.3 3.4 5.3 0.0 29.0
Osun 67.6 1.6 0.3 0.5 0.0 0.0 29.9
Oyo 57.3 0.9 0.2 11.8 0.0 0.0 29.8
Plateau 23.8 2.4 3.3 3.8 1.1 0.0 65.6
Rivers 24.6 7.4 16.3 4.7 10.4 0.0 36.6
Sokoto 35.7 0.3 0.7 0.8 2.3 0.0 60.3
Taraba 3.7 0.7 2.4 1.7 0.3 0.1 91.0
Yobe 16.2 0.4 0.1 0.3 0.2 0.0 82.9
Zamfara 24.7 0.0 0.3 2.4 0.0 0.0 72.7
FCT 36.6 0.0 11.7 19.8 0.6 0.0 31.3
Total 47.3 1.1 2.7 5.8 1.6 0.0 41.4
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria,2008.

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TABLE 2.10 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE AND TYPE
OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY, 2008.
STATE PHCN Only Rural Private PHCN/Gene Rural Solar None
Electrification Generator rator Electrification energy
Only Only /Generator
Abia 45.7 1.3 6.5 13.5 1.8 0.0 31.1
Adamawa 22.6 0.0 3.4 3.9 0.4 0.0 69.8
Akwa Ibom 40.6 1.7 7.9 5.9 0.2 0.2 44.6
Anambra 61.9 0.0 3.0 7.9 2.3 0.0 24.8
Bauchi 31.4 5.3 0.0 3.2 0.0 0.0 60.2
Bayelsa 21.6 13.3 8.6 7.5 12.2 0.0 36.9
Benue 22.8 0.0 4.2 0.9 0.2 0.0 72.0
Borno 15.2 0.0 3.8 3.6 0.0 0.2 77.3
C/River 40.6 0.3 3.4 9.0 0.3 0.0 46.3
Delta 56.8 0.0 2.9 7.5 3.1 0.0 29.6
Ebonyi 12.3 8.3 3.2 2.5 5.6 0.0 68.1
Edo 77.7 1.9 2.0 3.2 0.0 0.0 15.2
Ekiti 61.0 0.0 1.6 5.2 0.2 0.0 32.1
Enugu 44.9 0.5 3.6 4.8 0.3 0.0 45.8
Gombe 39.5 0.9 0.9 3.4 0.0 0.0 55.4
Imo 69.5 0.3 4.6 12.8 0.2 0.0 12.6
Jigawa 41.6 0.2 0.2 1.4 0.2 0.0 56.5
Kaduna 46.2 0.2 1.8 8.2 1.2 0.0 42.4
Kano 42.6 0.0 0.3 0.8 0.0 0.0 56.2
Katsina 36.2 1.0 0.2 2.9 0.0 0.0 59.7
Kebbi 42.7 0.0 0.4 2.5 0.0 0.0 54.4
Kogi 39.5 1.7 4.5 5.2 1.0 0.0 48.1
Kwara 56.4 0.0 1.5 3.6 0.0 0.0 38.5
Lagos 57.0 0.0 0.9 40.9 0.9 0.0 0.3
Nassarawa 21.3 0.2 2.4 3.6 1.9 0.0 70.6
Niger 35.6 0.0 6.2 1.6 0.0 0.0 56.6
Ogun 69.8 0.0 0.8 8.5 0.3 0.0 20.4
Ondo 50.3 1.7 3.8 2.2 0.0 0.0 41.9
Osun 63.6 0.0 1.2 1.4 0.0 0.0 33.9
Oyo 47.5 0.0 5.3 8.2 0.2 0.0 38.8
Plateau 18.8 1.4 5.7 2.1 0.7 0.0 71.3
Rivers 41.0 0.7 13.8 11.9 10.9 0.0 21.7
Sokoto 29.8 0.0 0.2 0.3 0.2 0.0 69.5
Taraba 2.8 0.0 1.2 5.9 1.4 0.0 88.8
Yobe 18.1 0.7 0.7 2.1 0.4 0.0 78.0
Zamfara 21.5 0.2 0.2 0.5 0.0 0.5 77.1
FCT 38.3 0.3 10.6 23.7 0.2 0.0 26.9
Total 40.4 0.9 3.2 6.3 1.1 0.0 48.0
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria,2008.

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TABLE 2.11 : DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION (AGE 10+) BY MARITAL STATUS NATIONAL,
2006.
Age Populatio Never Married Married Separated Divorced Widowed
Groups n
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Fema Male Female
le
10 -14 16,135,950 8,222,203 7,161,187 203,079 396,246 39,730 36,255 28,515 26,081 10,792 11,862

15 – 19 14,899,419 7,143,939 5,563,554 321,886 1,706,683 32,127 35,262 26,927 40,749 11,653 16,639

20 – 24 13,435,079 5,255,068 3,576,762 910,812 3,492,907 34,912 46,697 24,064 55,179 12,693 25,985

25 – 29 12,211,426 3,298,431 1,861,188 2,154,183 4,662,427 42,949 56,790 25,500 58,238 13,395 38,325

30 – 34 9,467,538 1,215,856 587,311 3,203,747 4,194,640 44,548 59,944 25,436 55,840 15,599 64,617

35 – 39 7,331,755 399,277 227,635 3,192,799 3,266,418 33,553 49,722 19,871 44,065 15,633 82,782

40 – 44 6,456,470 154,108 128,903 3,171,102 2,696,078 30,081 48,925 19,937 46,456 20,261 140,619

45 – 49 4,591,293 79,053 74,826 2,429,266 1,750,297 21,349 35,353 14,293 31,592 17,565 137,699

50 – 54 4,249,219 54,692 64,720 2,254,323 1,528,137 19,609 38,045 13,644 35,136 21,669 219,244

55 – 59 2,066,247 26,523 30,451 1,132,832 689,347 10,460 17,532 6,964 15,168 12,991 123,979

60 – 64 2,450,286 31,194 49,316 1,292,263 759,278 12,259 25,303 8,495 23,705 19,008 229,465

65 – 69 1,151,048 16,689 26,329 590,793 348,448 5,973 10,661 3,927 9,554 11,054 127,620

70 – 74 1,330,597 22,587 37,803 715,645 328,730 7,160 13,828 4,767 13,121 15,829 171,127

75 – 79 579,838 13,546 20,226 299,896 144,772 3,335 4,880 2,121 4,602 8,518 77,942

80 – 84 760,053 19,214 31,593 372,247 187,720 4,057 8,756 2,566 8,017 10,596 115,287

85+ 715,225 17,343 26,146 366,528 160,788 4,197 7,286 2,600 6,484 13,353 110,500

Total 97,831,443 25,969,723 19,467,950 22,611,401 26,312,916 346,299 495,239 229,62 473,98 230,60 1,693,69
7 7 9 2
Source: National Population Commission, Npoc, Abuja.

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TABLE 2.12: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS BY TYPE OF BUILDING EMBARKED UPON,
2008.
STATE Commercial Residential Industrial Other Types
Abia 15.2 84.8 0 0

Adamawa 8.9 91.1 0 0

Akwa Ibom 15.2 84.8 0 0

Anambra 10 90 0 0

Bauchi 0 98.1 0 1.9

Bayelsa 7.7 92.3 0 0


Benue 11.8 88.2 0 0
Borno 1.4 98.6 0 0

Cross River 3 97 0 0

Delta 35 60 0 5

Ebonyi 0 100 0 0

Edo 6.7 93.3 0 0


Ekiti 0 100 0 0
Enugu 4.2 95.8 0 0

Gombe 0.8 96.7 0.8 1.6

Imo 5.9 94.1 0 0

Jigawa 5.1 88.5 0 6.4

Kaduna 4.1 92.8 0 3.1

Kano 0 97.1 0 2.9

Katsina 7.7 92.3 0 0

Kebbi 4.3 92.5 0 3.2

Kogi 14.7 85.3 0 0

Kwara 0 80.6 19.4 0

Lagos 0 100 0 0

Nassarawa 0 100 0 0

Niger 3.2 96.8 0 0

Ogun 0 95.5 0 4.5

Ondo 8 92 0 0

Osun 0 96.9 0 3.1

Oyo 2.2 97.8 0 0

Plateau 0 0 0 0

Rivers 2.5 97.5 0 0

Sokoto 1.9 98.1 0 0

Taraba 0 100 0 0

Yobe 4.8 81 0 14.3

Zamfara 3.8 90.6 0 5.7


FCT 0 100 0 0
Total 4.6 93.3 0.5 1.7
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FIGURE 2.12 BUILDING STARTED

Building Started
Building Started
93.3

4.6 1.7
0.5

Commercial  Residential Industrial Other Types

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TABLE 2.13: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS BYSTAGE OF COMPLETION OF
BUILDING,2008.
STATE Foundation level Window level Lintel level Roofing level Completed level
Abia 9.09 12.12 18.18 48.48 12.12
Adamawa 27.5 20 31.25 12.5 8.75
Akwa Ibom 21.21 21.21 21.21 30.3 6.06
Anambra 20 10 30 20 20
Bauchi 11.11 9.26 25.93 29.63 24.07
Bayelsa 0 23.08 38.46 15.38 23.08
Benue 21.21 3.03 30.3 30.3 15.15
Borno 6.94 6.94 16.67 29.17 40.28
Cross River 15.15 30.3 9.09 24.24 21.21
Delta 0 20 40 25 15
Ebonyi 3.45 6.9 13.79 48.28 27.59
Edo 26.67 13.33 13.33 46.67 0
Ekiti 37.93 24.14 13.79 20.69 3.45
Enugu 12.5 4.17 62.5 16.67 4.17
Gombe 0.82 7.38 9.84 16.39 65.57
Imo 5.88 5.88 29.41 52.94 5.88
Jigawa 19.48 20.78 18.18 25.97 15.58
Kaduna 5.26 12.63 23.16 29.47 29.47
Kano 11.76 29.41 17.65 5.88 35.29
Katsina 33.33 38.46 15.38 10.26 2.56
Kebbi 5.49 12.09 25.27 29.67 27.47
Kogi 8.82 20.59 23.53 44.12 2.94
Kwara 16.13 16.13 12.9 19.35 35.48
Lagos 30.43 13.04 8.7 8.7 39.13
Nassarawa 16.13 3.23 12.9 22.58 45.16
Niger 30 23.33 13.33 3.33 30
Ogun 18.18 18.18 18.18 31.82 13.64
Ondo 20 40 12 16 12
Osun 43.75 18.75 12.5 15.63 9.38
Oyo 22.22 35.56 22.22 13.33 6.67
Plateau
Rivers 14.63 14.63 19.51 26.83 24.39
Sokoto 14.81 14.81 29.63 14.81 25.93
Taraba 33.33 16.67 0 33.33 16.67
Yobe 23.81 23.81 4.76 23.81 23.81
Zamfara 7.84 15.69 29.41 25.49 21.57
FCT 21.74 21.74 13.04 21.74 21.74
Total 14.91 16.46 20.53 23.77 24.33
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FIGURE 2.12 : BUILDING COMPLETED STAGE ,2008

30

25

20

15

10 Building Completed 
Stage
5

0
Foundati Window  Lintel  Roofing  Complete
on level level level level d level
Building Completed Stage 14.91 16.46 20.53 23.77 24.33

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CHAPTER 3
EDUCATION
3.0 INTRODUCTION.
There is no doubt that Education, more often than not, holds the key to other conditions of existence.
The working economic and social conditions of individuals have a direct effect from the level of
education.. Good and quality Education driven by equally deliberate government policy is all that is
needed for such advancement and human development.
The national educational system is based on 3 major levels- the primary, secondary and tertiary on
which data were produced..

3.1 National summary of primary school statistics (2004-2008). Table 3.1 shows that the total number
of primary schools in 2008 was 54,434. The point it was since 2006. Pupils enrolment dropped by 1.56
percent in 2008 from the 2007 figure. This situation could be responsible for a drop of 21.74 percent in
teacher/pupil ratio within the same period which amounted to a healthier development. Total number
of classrooms also remained the same (319,590) in 2008 as it was 2 years back (2006).

3.1a National Summary of Secondary School Statistics (2004-2008)


The total number of secondary schools increased from 10,913 in 2004 (67.12 percent) to 18,238
schools in 2006, and remained the same till 2008. Total students enrolment increased slightly in 2008
by 9.19 percent over the previous year. Although, the number of classrooms did not increase within
the 5-year period, the greater increase in the number of engaged teachers resulted to a 17.24 percent in
the teacher/pupil ratio.

3.2 Table 3.2 show the total number of primary schools in Nigeria by State between 2004 and 2008
inclusive. The largest number of primary schools (6.90 percent) was found in Kano State, followed by
Kaduna State with 6.09 percent of the national total. The least number was recorded in the Federal
Capital Territory with 0.85 percent.

3.7 In the number of secondary schools by State as shown in table 3.7, the largest number was
however recorded in plateau with 6.15 percent. This was followed by Delta State with 5.74 percent,
while the least of them was also recorded in the Federal Capital Territory with 0.46 percent.

3.12 Total Enrolment In Adult Literacy Education Centres By State And Gender (2004-2008).
The total enrolment in adult literacy education in 2008 was recorded as 1,129,365, a 39.24 percent
decrease from the previous year. Female enrolment took a larger proportion of the total with 50.35
percent than that of the male, as shown in table 3.12. The larger enrolment was recorded in Osun State
with 6.96 percent, followed by Kano State with 6.69 percent. The least was recorded in Ekiti State
with 0.18 percent.

3.16 National Summary of Nomadic School Statistics, 2004-2008.


The total recorded nomadic schools in 2008 was put at 2289, a decrease of 5.65 percent from 2007
record as shown in table 3.16. Total enrolment also decreased by 3.93 percent, although the total
number of teachers increased significantly within the same period (2008) by 39.17 percent. The total
number of classrooms has also increased by 1.55 percent. However, the pupil/teacher ratio decreased
by 2.94 percent which could be a direct effect of the decrease in pupil enrolment and increase in
teachers engagement over the same period. Bauchi State had most of the teachers followed by Kaduna
State as shown in table 3.15, while Kano State followed by plateau State recorded the largest pupil
enrolments with 39,225 pupils and 32,105 pupils respectively (table 3.14).

3.26 Application and Admission into Nigerian Universities by State Of Origin, 2003/2004-2007/2008.

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A total of 1,054,083 applications were made for admission into Nigerian universities in 2007/2008
session. Out of this total, only 47,476 admissions were made resulting to only 4.50 percent as could be
seen in table 3.26b and3.26c. This is however a drop by 6.51 percent over the previous (2006/2007)
session record. Enugu State recorded the largest admission with 8.49 percent in 2007/2008 session,
followed by Edo (7.52 percent), and Anambra (7.43 percent).

3.34 National Youth service Corps (NYSC) Distribution by State and by Sex (2004 - 2008)
Production and distribution of youth corps have been on the increase within this period under study as
table 3.34 shows. The year 2008 had the largest distribution with 187742 corp members, which was a
42.53 percent increase over 2007 record. Male corp members however had the largest distribution with
54.4 percent. On State basis, male corp member also dominated distribution in almost all the States
except in Lagos (48.3 percent), Oyo State (49.0 percent) and FCT (46.9 percent).
On distribution by discipline, as shown in Table 3.34, ACCTS/BUS-STUDIES consistently recorded
the largest throughout the period. The largest was in 2008 with 28,949 corp members which is 28.61
percent increase over the previous (2007) year’s record, except others’ that had 31,350 corp members.

3.39 Percentage of Adult and Youth Literacy In Any Language, 2008.


The percentage of adult literacy was 66.0 compared to 80.0 for the youth in 2008. Looking at this
measure on State level, Imo State had the highest on youth with 99.2 percent, followed by Lagos State
with 99.0 percent. Bauchi State had the lowest with 48.9 percent. On the adult category, however,
Lagos State had the highest with 95.0 percent, followed by Edo State with 91.1 percent while Katsina
State had the lowest with 29.6 percent. On gender, literacy level was generally higher among male
than in female. On adult male, it was 73.8 percent as against 58.1 percent in female, while it was 85.6
percent in male youth as against 74.1 percent in female youth.

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TABLE 3.1 NATIONAL SUMMARY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL STATISTICS 2004-2008.
Year 2004 2005 2006* 2007* 2008*
Total Schools 60,189 60,189 54,434 54,434 54,434

Total Enrolment 21,395,510 22,115,432 23,017,124 21,632,070 21,294,517

Total Male Enrolment 11,824,494 12,189,073 12,575,689 11,683,503 11,483,943

Total Female Enrolment 9,571,016 9,926,359 10,441,435 9,948,567 9,810,575

Total Teachers 591,474 599,172 586,749 468,202 586,930

Total Male Teachers 291,384 294,434 323,798 241,826 300,931

Total Female Teachers 300,090 304,738 262,951 226,376 285,999

Total Classrooms 254,319 254,319 319,590 319,590 319,590

Teacher/Pupil Ratio 36 37 39 46 36

Sources: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja/Universal Basic Education Commission, Abuja.

Note: * Provisional ( Public Primary Schools only).

TABLE 3.1a NATIONAL SUMMARY OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STATISTICS, 2004-2008.


Year 2004 2005 2006* 2007* 2008*
Total Schools
10,913 10,913 18,238 18,238 18,238

Total Enrolment 6,279,462 6,397,343 6,536,038 6,068,160 6,625,943

Total Male Enrolment


3,539,708 3,543,4255 3,642,871 3,460,146 3,682,141

Total Female Erolment


2,739,754 2,854,718 2,893,167 2,608,014 2,943,802

Total Teachers 154,594 144,413 199,163 207,283 270650

Total Male Teachers 99,403 91,080 122,462 136,285 167,527

Total Female Teachers 55,191 53,333 76,701 70,998 103,123

Total Classrooms
98,077 98,077 98,077 98,077 98,077
Teacer/Pupil Ratio 40 44 32 29 24
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note *Means Provisional

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FIGURE 3.1a: NATIONAL SUMMARY SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT AND TEACHERS
2002-2006

NATIONAL SUMMARY SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT AND TEACHERS -2006)


(2002

7,000,000

6,000,000

5,000,000

4,000,000
NUMBER

Total Enrolment

3,000,000
Total Teachers

2,000,000

1,000,000

-
2004 2005 2006*
YEAR

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TABLE 3.2 : NUMBER OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA, 2004 – 2008.
STATE 2004 2005 2006* 2007 2008
Abia 958 958 818 818 818
Adamawa 1,668 1,668 1,614 1,614 1,614

Akwa Ibom 1,318 1,318 1,145 1,145 1,145

Anambra 1,260 1,260 1,022 1,022 1,022

Bauchi 1,908 1,908 1,896 1,896 1,896

Bayelsa 559 559 577 577 577

Benue 2,713 2,713 2,452 2,452 2,452

Borno 1,476 1,476 1,302 1,302 1,302


Cross River 1,043 1,043 1,032 1,032 1,032
Delta 1,509 1,509 1,117 1,117 1,117
Ebonyi 957 957 942 942 942
Edo 1,263 1,263 1,109 1,109 1,109

Ekiti 878 878 773 773 773

Enugu 1,159 1,159 1,259 1,259 1,259


Gombe 1,314 1,314 1,026 1,026 1,026
Imo 1,466 1,466 1,261 1,261 1,261
Jigawa 1,683 1,683 1,750 1,750 1,750
Kaduna 3,409 3,409 3,313 3,313 3,313
Kano 3,450 3,450 3,756 3,756 3,756
Katsina 2,025 2,025 2,178 2,178 2,178

Kebbi 1,421 1,421 1,372 1,372 1,372

Kogi 2,007 2,007 2,034 2,034 2,034

Kwara 1,521 1,521 1,413 1,413 1,413

Lagos 2,159 2,159 966 966 966

Nassarawa 1,276 1,276 1,192 1,192 1,192

Niger 2,805 2,805 2,599 2,599 2,599

Ogun 1,873 1,873 1,363 1,363 1,363

Ondo 1,650 1,650 1,217 1,217 1,217

Osun 1,686 1,686 1,351 1,351 1,351

Oyo 2,618 2,618 1,925 1,925 1,925

Plateau 1,837 1,837 1,806 1,806 1,806

Rivers 1,080 1,080 1,154 1,154 1,154

Sokoto 2,118 2,118 1,664 1,664 1,664

Taraba 1,679 1,679 1,502 1,502 1,502

Yobe 950 950 949 949 949

Zamfara 1,058 1,058 1,120 1,120 1,120

FCT 435 435 465 465 465

TOTAL 60,189 60,189 54,434 54,434 54,434


Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: * Provisional.

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TABLE 3.3 : NUMBER OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASSROOMS BY STATE IN NIGERIA, 2004-2008.
STATE 2004 2005 2006* 2007 2008
TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
CLASSROOMS CLASSROOMS CLASSROOMS CLSSROOM CLASSROOM
S S
Abia 7,760 7,760 8,114 8,114 8,114
Adamawa 4,520 4,520 7,627 7,627 7,627
Akwa Ibom 10,746 10,746 10,183 10,183 10,183
Anambra 8,855 8,855 13,730 13,730 13,730
Bauchi 4,564 4,564 5,460 5,460 5,460
Bayelsa 2,475 2,475 3,239 3,239 3,239
Benue 9,790 9,790 14,003 14,003 14,003
Borno 3,678 3,678 6,378 6,378 6,378
Cross River 7,165 7,165 8,655 8,655 8,655
Delta 10,661 10,661 12,319 12,319 12,319
Ebonyi 6,063 6,063 9,316 9,316 9,316
Edo 5,268 5,268 9,711 9,711 9,711
Ekiti 5,305 5,305 7,086 7,086 7,086
Enugu 5,496 5,496 11,417 11,417 11,417
Gombe 2,442 2,442 4,211 4,211 4,211
Imo 10,049 10,049 11,845 11,845 11,845
Jigawa 3,843 3,843 7,662 7,662 7,662
Kaduna 10,067 10,067 10,836 10,836 10,836
Kano 9,609 9,609 16,466 16,466 16,466
Katsina 5,458 5,458 9,022 9,022 9,022
Kebbi 3,031 3,031 5,878 5,878 5,878
Kogi 8,184 8,184 6,152 6,152 6,152
Kwara 7,922 7,922 7,218 7,218 7,218
Lagos 22,940 22,940 12,574 12,574 12,574
Nassarawa 4,347 4,347 3,772 3,772 3,772
Niger 5,658 5,658 7,921 7,921 7,921
Ogun 10,892 10,892 11,691 11,691 11,691
Ondo 9,059 9,059 7,277 7,277 7,277
Osun 9,839 9,839 13,543 13,543 13,543
Oyo 14,060 14,060 16,014 16,014 16,014
Plateau 6,618 6,618 9,254 9,254 9,254
Rivers 5,261 5,261 6,309 6,309 6,309
Sokoto 3,514 3,514 7,752 7,752 7,752
Taraba 3,468 3,468 7,081 7,081 7,081
Yobe 1,871 1,871 4,360 4,360 4,360
Zamfara 1,794 1,794 2,780 2,780 2,780
FCT 2,047 2,047 2,734 2,734 2,734
TOTAL 254,319 254,319 319,590 319,590 319,590
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: * Provisional.

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TABLE 3.4 : PRIMARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT BY STATE, YEAR AND SEX, 2004-2008.

STATE 2004 2005 2006* 2007* 2008*

MALE FEMAL MALE FEMAL MALE FEMAL MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE
E E E
Abia 196,762 191,175 202,515 192,871 119,272 120,415 133,220 133,737 143,096 152,055
Adamawa 233,594 183,468 230,607 184,071 249,108 204,322 236,078 196,416 244,981 213,162
Akwa Ibom 731,001 731,414 726,181 765,779 730,995 781,868 69,353 726,596 374,596 388,042
Anambra 247,674 256,218 252,864 261,849 271,652 267,270 230,054 229,730 358,321 413,205
Bauchi 748,766 485,531 782,916 511,737 585,633 393,371 496,704 347,564 456,367 348,903
Bayelsa 220,890 217,449 243,664 236,840 239,976 238,730 208,174 206,475 176,716 175,161
Benue 488,660 419,212 497,622 428,878 458,334 405,534 42,714 367,608 295,388 259,321
Borno 438,998 307,220 466,241 325,174 384,212 277,215 422,631 308,146 316,126 249,140
Cross 231,801 227,990 232,390 225,199 220,921 217,169 184,584 183,444 214,030 208,612
River
Delta 194,639 191,421 195,131 188,254 232,065 235,197 197,656 192,571 190,526 187,019
Ebonyi 221,654 225,007 220,037 224,095 192,316 198,326 191,454 199,880 268,305 281,994
Edo 151,489 146,379 148,797 144,192 189,174 188,108 125,733 121,297 137,107 135,468
Ekiti 91,246 97,518 91,730 96,565 267,512 297,339 251,209 266,726 108,375 111,337
Enugu 143,626 141,396 145,552 142,442 148,897 145,832 154,871 145,242 192,489 185,308
Gombe 200,602 151,545 206,993 159,381 266,726 185,775 180,601 180,907 197,311 146,714
Imo 340,098 322,585 334,981 331,963 376,662 331,261 364,177 346,458 42,054 366,950
Jigawa 348,825 210,876 359,091 217,121 375,210 220,312 307,910 193,523 276,045 183,981
Kaduna 463,465 359,623 490,013 383,997 543,585 434,312 532,803 430,936 586,613 443,696
Kano 767,996 561,472 796,520 598,036 965,244 774,248 832,002 678,442 956,155 761,806
Katsina 588,312 319,600 630,282 348,162 745,840 415,380 716,063 418,241 765,318 479,130
Kebbi 204,421 103,915 214,410 110,059 244,055 127,661 225,383 122,607 261,739 145,837
Kogi 405,898 417,978 421,654 440,244 432,384 431,886 483,677 487,013 429,591 444,266
Kwara 198,833 162,618 199,714 163,869 310,039 269,389 179,820 158,060 169,583 155,836
Lagos 270,947 278,655 257,563 266,232 196,082 206,402 194,793 202,504 241,931 248,421
Nassarawa 241,051 181,597 257,610 192,201 298,779 217,414 235,021 175,841 193,367 152,793
Niger 361,640 207,028 367,372 217,440 335,053 200,654 319,723 203,287 292,404 204,508
Ogun 225,178 214,757 225,281 217,211 201,790 195,053 255,013 245,087 328,261 313,618
Ondo 301,131 307,415 322,166 330,490 427,711 419,799 401,168 412,330 475,637 486,865
Osun 202,215 204,416 205,394 206,152 232,913 240,998 224,533 224,210 251,893 245,639
Oyo 414,864 416,475 437,852 444,565 458,274 468,129 528,485 542,148 450,123 464,769
Plateau 362,617 328,933 377,848 340,351 302,045 281,897 369,193 338,865 355,455 320,608
Rivers 175,112 180,183 171,063 175,923 252,088 262,477 187,999 195,408 153,017 158,684
Sokoto 435,457 177,430 445,303 185,123 308,409 130,199 205,616 92,325 264,938 122,853
Taraba 364,280 274,527 383,251 280,161 373,878 270,461 347,059 263,412 300,767 232,363
Yobe 278,642 181,520 294,540 196,781 287,187 188,856 311,430 213,196 313,340 218,359
Zamfara 232,284 95,255 251,518 99,109 238,843 93,884 212,886 87,555 230,066 97,403
FCT 99,826 91,215 102,407 93,842 112,825 104,294 112,303 160,780 111,922 106,775
TOTAL 11,824,4 9,571,01 12,189,0 9,926,35 12,575,6 10,441,4 9,948,567 9,810,575
94 6 73 9 89 35 11,683,50 11,483,94
3 3
Sources: Federal Ministry Of Education/Universal Basic Education Commission, Abuja.
Note: * Provisional.

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TABLE 3.5: QUALITY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE AND GENDER, 2005.
STATE Graduates + NCE Below NCE Total Unspeci Grand % of
fied Total Qual
ified
M F T M F T M F T
Abia 922 6,126 7,048 915 4,391 5,306 1,837 10,517 12,354 2,188 14,542 57
Adamawa 3,663 1,916 5,579 5,968 2,596 8,564 9,631 4,512 14,143 2,504 16,647 39
Akwa 3,764 8,381 12,145 1,951 3,975 5,926 5,715 12,356 18,071 3,200 21,271 67
Ibom
Anambra 802 11,278 12,080 545 2,257 2,802 1,347 13,535 14,882 2,635 17,517 81
Bauchi 2,178 752 2,930 7,368 2,106 9,474 9,546 2,858 12,404 2,196 14,600 24
Bayelsa 1,117 817 1,934 1,236 1,178 2,414 2,353 1,995 4,348 770 5,118 44
Benue 9,307 5,294 14,601 4,723 2,307 7,030 14,030 7,601 21,631 3,830 25,461 68
Borno 2,996 2,161 5,157 3,927 2,047 5,974 6,923 4,208 11,131 1,971 13,102 46
Cross 3,558 4,776 8,334 2,526 3,096 5,622 6,084 7,872 13,956 2,471 16,427 60
River
Delta 3,204 8,113 11,317 2,037 4,067 6,104 5,241 12,180 17,421 3,085 20,506 65
Ebonyi 1,383 1,590 2,973 2,644 2,519 5,163 4,027 4,109 8,136 1,441 9,577 37
Edo 1,965 6,254 8,219 985 1,848 2,833 2,950 8,102 11,052 1,957 13,009 74
Ekiti 2,160 5,588 7,748 611 1,212 1,823 2,771 6,800 9,571 1,695 11,266 81
Enugu 2,724 6,369 9,093 1,576 2,423 3,999 4,300 8,792 13,092 2,318 15,410 69
Gombe 1,824 1,145 2,969 3,493 1,889 5,382 2,182 3,034 8,351 1,479 9,830 36
Imo 1,860 10,519 12,379 1,020 3,464 4,484 5,317 13,983 16,863 2,986 19,849 73
Jigawa 2,085 176 2,261 5,455 604 6,059 2,880 780 8,320 1,473 9,793 27
Kaduna 5,677 5,734 11,411 6,352 4,974 11,326 7,540 10,708 22,737 4,026 26,763 50
Kano 4,729 1,744 6,473 10,971 227 13,198 12,029 3,971 19,671 3,483 23,154 33
Katsina 2,006 975 2,981 4,658 1,701 6,359 15,700 2,676 9,340 1,654 10,994 32
Kebbi 1,835 742 2,577 3,549 1,195 4,744 6,664 1,937 7,321 1,296 8,617 35
Kogi 5,084 6,296 11,380 2,255 2,338 4,593 5,384 8,634 15,973 2,828 18,801 71
Kwara 3,631 7,442 11,073 2,038 1,710 3,748 7,339 9,152 14,821 2,624 17,445 75
Lagos 4,065 17,406 21,471 2,593 6,275 8,868 5,669 23,681 30,339 5,372 35,711 71
Nassaraw 2,971 1,644 4,615 3,538 1,677 5,215 6,658 3,321 9,830 1,741 11,571 47
a
Niger 3,952 3,114 7,066 7,603 3,533 11,136 6,509 6,647 18,202 3,223 21,425 39
Ogun 4,263 10,630 14,893 1,908 4,279 6,187 11,555 14,909 21,080 3,733 24,813 71
Ondo 3,332 8,394 11,726 1,881 3,259 5,140 6,171 11,653 16,866 2,986 19,852 70
Osun 4,432 9,202 13,634 1,059 1,847 2,906 5,213 11,049 16,540 2,929 19,469 82
Oyo 6,807 17,872 24,679 2,183 4,515 6,698 5,491 22,387 31,377 5,556 36,933 79
Plateau 4,604 3,803 8,407 5,037 3,168 8,205 8,990 6,971 16,612 2,942 19,554 51
Rivers 2,962 3,734 6,696 948 926 1,874 9,641 4,660 8,570 1,518 10,088 78
Sokoto 1,512 509 2,021 3,479 563 4,042 3,910 1,072 6,063 1,074 7,137 33
Taraba 3,774 1,282 5,056 6,524 2,415 8,939 10,298 3,697 13,995 2,478 16,473 36
Yobe 1,099 478 1,577 2,554 998 3,552 3,653 1,476 5,129 908 6,037 31
Zamfara 990 259 1,249 2,655 309 2,964 3,645 568 4,213 746 4,959 30
FCT 1,501 2,133 3,634 681 316 997 2,182 2,449 4,631 820 5,451 78
TOTAL 114,73 184,64 299,386 119,44 88,204 209,65 231,37 274,85 509,036 90,136 599,172 59
8 8 6 0 5 2

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


NOTE: % of Qualified Teachers is theTotal number of Graduates plus NCE divided by total number of
Specified Teachers.

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TABLE 3.5 Cont'd : QUALITY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, 2006.
STATE Graduate+NCE Below NCE Unspecified Grand Total % of
Qualified
Total Total Total
Abia 6,277 4,027 10,304 331 10,635 61
Adamawa 5,929 10,041 15,970 1,541 17,511 37
Akwa Ibom 11,441 3,692 15,133 157 15,290 76
Anambra 10,421 1,174 11,595 847 12,442 90
Bauchi 2,646 10,111 12,757 1,393 14,150 21
Bayelsa 1,590 2,460 4,050 388 4,438 39
Benue 14,662 6,249 20,911 138 21,049 70
Borno 5,880 7,539 13,419 1,980 15,399 44
Cross River 8,143 6,494 14,637 515 15,152 56
Delta 10,596 4,390 14,986 550 15,536 71
Ebonyi 2,947 5,673 8,620 184 8,804 34
Edo 7,959 1,793 9,752 224 9,976 82
Ekiti 7,740 820 8,560 110 8,670 90
Enugu 9,147 3,491 12,638 293 12,931 72
Gombe 3,043 6,221 9,264 1,238 10,502 33
Imo 11,012 2,327 13,339 461 13,800 83
Jigawa 2,403 6,911 9,314 1,770 11,084 26
Kaduna 11,612 14,210 25,822 4,347 30,169 45
Kano 7,014 19,689 26,703 6,501 33,204 26
Katsina 4,993 9,380 14,373 3,632 18,005 35
Kebbi 2,966 6,759 9,725 1,753 11,478 30
Kogi 13,237 4,017 17,254 539 17,793 77
Kwara 12,246 3,367 15,613 637 16,250 78
Lagos 13,270 1,542 14,812 427 15,239 90
Nassarawa 5,026 5,442 10,468 1,266 11,734 48
Niger 6,345 12,573 18,918 1,097 20,015 34
Ogun 12,118 2,706 14,824 349 15,173 82
Ondo 9,454 1,970 11,424 200 11,624 83
Osun 11,658 774 12,432 177 12,609 94
Oyo 23,231 3,213 26,444 411 26,855 88
Plateau 8,335 8,292 16,627 1,693 18,320 50
Rivers 7,125 1,329 8,451 268 8,722 84
Sokoto 1,767 6,235 8,002 2,873 10,875 22
Taraba 5,616 11,565 17,181 863 18,044 33
Yobe 1,578 4,622 6,200 1,205 7,405 25
Zamfara 1,515 5,238 6,753 1,294 8,047 22
FCT 4,801 863 5,664 200 5,864 85
TOTAL 285,743 207,199 492,942 41,852 534,794 58
Source: Universal Basic Education Commission, Abuja.
Note: * Provisional.

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TABL3.5 Cont'd: TOTAL NUMBER OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY SEX,2007-2008.
STATE  2007* 2008*
M   F TOTAL M  F  TOTAL 
Abia 1,647 9,356 11,003 2,874 10,973 13,847

Adamawa 9,872 4,032 13,904 11,296 5,831 17,127


Akwa Ibom 4,892 10,295 15,187 4,348 8,207 12,555
Anambra 1,147 10,062 11,209 2,326 14,670 16,996
Bauchi 8,957 1,853 10,810 11,508 3,337 14,845
Bayelsa 2,480 1,903 4,383 2,640 2,250 4,890
Benue 12,858 6,205 19,063 9,939 5,668 15,607
Borno 7,931 3,210 11,141 11,137 7,075 18,212
C/River 4,066 4,755 8,821 5,980 8,514 15,494
Delta 5,191 11,823 17,014 5,967 13,069 19,036
Ebonyi 3,931 4,276 8,207 5,014 5,726 10,740
Edo 2,501 6,029 8,530 3,776 7,316 11,092
Ekiti 2,626 6,258 8,884 2,908 6,948 9,856
Enugu 3,660 7,420 11,080 5,470 10,738 16,208
Gombe 6,967 2,864 9,831 6,946 3,860 10,806
Imo 2,139 10,971 13,110 2,991 11,736 14,727
Jigawa 10,542 890 11,432 12,000 1,815 13,815
Kaduna 16,159 9,890 26,049 19,237 15,826 35,063
Kano 19,586 5,581 25,167 28,270 797 35,067
Katsina 11,217 2,701 13,918 14,297 4,865 19,162
Kebbi 6,629 1,888 8,517 9,706 2,671 12,377
Kogi 7,675 9,139 16,814 8,394 9,634 18,028
Kwara 6,747 8,392 15,139 7,270 10,605 17,875
Lagos 3,442 13,001 16,443 4,732 15,276 2,008
Nassarawa 6,886 3,396 10,282 8,018 4,460 12,478
Niger 10,700 4,315 15,015 12,876 7,644 2,520
Ogun 5,702 13,026 18,728 7,691 16,019 23,710
Ondo 6,144 11,851 17,995 4,889 8,669 13,558
Osun 4,851 9,010 13,861 5,679 9,551 15,230
Oyo 7,388 16,630 24,018 8,073 19,396 27,469
Plateau 9,914 6,059 15,973 16,506 8,283 24,789
Rivers 3,645 4,787 8,432 4,678 4,976 9,654
Sokoto 4,547 671 5,218 5,932 1,107 7,039
Taraba 8,134 2,052 10,186 11,193 4,414 15,607
Yobe 3,657 1,202 4,859 4,753 1,805 6,578
Zamfara 4,961 671 5,632 6,498 1,048 7,546
FCT 3,435 4,512 7,947 4,119 5,200 9,319
Total 241,826 226,376 468,202 299,931 285,999 586,930

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: * Provisional.

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TABLE 3.6 SUMMARY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL STATISTICS PUPIL /TEACHER RATIO,1999-2008.
YEAR TOTAL ENROLMENT TOTAL NUMBER OF PUPIL /TEACHER RATIO
TEACHERS

1999 17,907,328 432,096 41

2000 19,151,442 446,405 43

2001 19,041,223 488,164 39

2002 19,861,681 491,751 40

2003 25,772,044 591,041 43

2004 21,395,510 597,532 36

2005 22,115,432 599,172 37

2006* 39
23,017,124 586,749

2007* 21,632,070
468,202 46

2008* 36
21,294,517 586,930

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

Note: * Provisional.

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TABLE 3.7 NUMBER OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS BY STATE IN NIGERIA, 2004 – 2008.
2004 2005 2006* 2007 2008
231 231 653 653 653
Abia
125 125 296 296 296
Adamawa
325 325 608 608 608
Akwa Ibom
333 333 504 504 504
Anambra
153 153 288 288 288
Bauchi
Bayelsa 166 166 297 297 297
Benue 377 377 749 749 749
Borno 113 113 206 206 206
Cross River 251 251 487 487 487
Delta 613 613 1,066 1,066 1,066
Ebonyi 181 181 103 103 103
Edo 540 540 918 918 918
Ekiti 181 181 210 210 210
Enugu 282 282 498 498 498
Gombe 157 157 171 171 171
Imo 456 456 380 380 380
Jigawa 344 344 781 781 781
Kaduna 235 235 na na na
Kano 517 517 683 683 683
Katsina 157 157 774 774 774
Kebbi 78 78 329 329 329
Kogi 340 340 163 163 163
Kwara 267 267 544 544 544
Lagos 799 799 569 569 569
Nassarawa 276 276 483 483 483
Niger 182 182 513 513 513
Ogun 348 348 332 332 332
Ondo 370 370 844 844 844
Osun 469 469 690 690 690
Oyo 806 806 902 902 902
Plateau 481 481 1,143 1,143 1,143
Rivers 310 310 800 800 800
Sokoto 73 73 535 535 535
Taraba 204 204 91 91 91
Yobe 57 57 289 289 289
Zamfara 47 47 254 254 254
FCT( Abuja) 69 69 85 85 85
Nigeria 10,913 10,913 18,238 18,238 18,238
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

* Provisional Figures

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TABLE 3.8: NUMBER OF CLASSROOMS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS BY STATE IN NIGERIA,

2004 – 2008..
STATE 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL TOTAL
CLASSRMS CLASSRMS CLASSRMS CLASSRMS CLASSRMS
Abia 2,628 2,628 2,628 2,628 2,628
Adamawa 974 974 974 974 974
Akwa Ibom 2,925 2,925 2,925 2,925 2,925
Anambra 3,622 3,622 3,622 3,622 3,622
Bauchi 1,201 1,201 1,201 1,201 1,201
Bayelsa 943 943 943 943 943
Benue 3,672 3,672 3,672 3,672 3,672
Borno 1,354 1,354 1,354 1,354 1,354
Cross River 1,935 1,935 1,935 1,935 1,935
Delta 5,083 5,083 5,083 5,083 5,083
Ebonyi 1,693 1,693 1,693 1,693 1,693
Edo 3,941 3,941 3,941 3,941 3,941
Ekiti 2,289 2,289 2,289 2,289 2,289
Enugu 2,973 2,973 2,973 2,973 2,973
Gombe 971 971 971 971 971
Imo 5,060 5,060 5,060 5,060 5,060
Jigawa 1,102 1,102 1,102 1,102 1,102
Kaduna 2,045 2,045 2,045 2,045 2,045
Kano 3,314 3,314 3,314 3,314 3,314
Katsina 1,241 1,241 1,241 1,241 1,241
Kebbi 993 993 993 993 993
Kogi 2,963 2,963 2,963 2,963 2,963
Kwara 2,495 2,495 2,495 2,495 2,495
Lagos 10,454 10,454 10,454 10,454 10,454
Nassarawa 1,904 1,904 1,904 1,904 1,904
Niger 1,898 1,898 1,898 1,898 1,898
Ogun 3,384 3,384 3,384 3,384 3,384
Ondo 4,162 4,162 4,162 4,162 4,162
Osun 4,301 4,301 4,301 4,301 4,301
Oyo 6,464 6,464 6,464 6,464 6,464
Plateau 3,182 3,182 3,182 3,182 3,182
Rivers 2,519 2,519 2,519 2,519 2,519
Sokoto 967 967 967 967 967
Taraba 1,273 1,273 1,273 1,273 1,273
Yobe 533 533 533 533 533
Zamfara 502 502 502 502 502
FCT( Abuja) 1,117 1,117 1,117 1,117 1,117
Nigeria 98,077 98,077 98,077 98,077 98,077
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
na: Not available

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TABLE 3.9a SECONDARY SCHOOLS ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2003.
STATE JSSI JSSII JSSIII TOTAL TOTAL
MALE FEMALE

MALE FEMAL MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE


E
Abia 13,494 16,206 12,726 15,274 10,994 13,542 37,214 45,022
Adamawa 16,759 9,840 16,034 9,848 12,687 7,749 45,480 27,437
Akwa-Ibom 19,182 20,990 17,188 18,595 17,039 17,791 53,409 57,376
Anambra 15,925 16,903 14,779 18,446 12,708 18,577 43,412 53,926
Bauchi 15,887 7,869 14,630 6,218 11,681 6,188 42,198 20,275
Bayelsa 5,012 4,086 4,731 4,030 4,785 3,827 14,528 11,943
Benue 22,927 16,330 22,425 15,618 22,393 14,809 67,745 46,757
Borno 11,990 6,129 11,397 5,893 10,872 5,543 34,259 17,565
Cross River 10,312 9,954 10,417 9,812 10,280 9,684 31,009 29,450
Delta 26,395 23,678 26,867 23,454 26,554 23,631 79,816 70,763
Ebonyi 17,994 19,827 18,607 19,394 17,184 16,980 53,785 56,201
Edo 24,443 23,029 23,773 22,999 24,335 22,574 72,551 68,602
Ekiti 9,800 9,347 10,195 9,524 9,339 8,560 29,334 27,431
Enugu 20,179 18,437 15,198 18,964 15,706 20,273 51,083 57,674
Gombe 20,880 12,113 18,442 10,750 16,413 9,567 55,735 32,430
Imo 14,672 16,085 15,030 16,775 15,490 17,735 45,192 50,595
Jigawa 18,990 4,094 14,859 3,570 10,330 2,945 44,179 10,609
Kaduna 33,397 22,177 31,324 20,038 28,173 18,110 92,894 60,325
Kano 42,576 17,706 34,143 15,474 30,632 11,971 107,351 45,151
Katsina 20,067 5,497 19,797 4,750 16,493 5,406 56,357 15,653
Kebbi 24,715 6,993 23,346 6,587 19,175 5,630 67,236 19,210
Kogi 14,677 12,127 15,154 12,459 14,616 12,585 44,447 37,171
Kwara 13,799 11,294 13,856 11,276 12,497 9,816 40,152 32,386
Lagos 53,922 56,847 60,329 59,969 51,181 53,765 165,432 170,581
Nassarawa 13,836 8,447 16,693 9,643 17,160 9,223 47,689 27,313
Niger 19,282 8,133 19,394 7,776 13,889 5,717 52,565 21,626
Ogun 38,435 33,745 36,917 33,548 31,625 27,436 106,977 94,729
Ondo 20,605 18,623 19,012 20,778 17,866 15,960 57,483 55,361
Osun 20,590 17,533 17,129 14,869 19,488 17,592 57,207 49,994
Oyo 40,987 38,451 40,878 38,150 35,436 33,220 117,301 109,821
Plateau 23,142 16,500 21,018 15,356 19,647 14,308 63,807 46,164
Rivers 16,452 16,699 17,840 21,385 17,553 21,355 51,845 59,439
Sokoto 13,875 4,370 11,547 3,817 11,817 3,186 37,239 11,373
Taraba 8,787 4,847 10,723 5,324 9,739 4,909 29,249 15,080
Yobe 13,687 6,418 10,997 5,530 10,170 4,960 34,854 16,908
Zamfara 11,653 3,904 11,108 3,313 9,792 2,852 32,553 10,069
FCT 7,253 6,498 7,282 6,523 5,597 5,514 20,132 18,535
TOTAL 736,578 551,726 705,785 545,729 641,336 503,490 2,083,699 1,600,945
SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education Abuja

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TABLE 3.9a cont. SECONDARY SCHOOLS ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2003.
SSI SSII SSIII TOTAL TOTAL
STATE MALE FEMALE
MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE
Abia 9,463 11,997 8,703 12,037 8,444 9,628 26,610 33,662
Adamawa 12,626 7,476 11,295 6,606 8,753 4,804 32,674 18,886
Akwa-Ibom 14,906 15,958 14,264 15,492 16,870 17,810 46,040 49,260
Anambra 12,356 16,520 10,583 15,981 8,339 13,072 31,278 45,573
Bauchi 9,863 4,822 8,650 4,213 6,934 3,506 25,447 12,541
Bayelsa 4,281 3,101 3,402 2,414 6,605 4,991 14,288 10,506
Benue 20,198 12,704 18,299 10,774 16,340 9,495 54,837 32,973
Borno 9,609 5,266 9,187 4,781 8,525 4,208 27,321 14,255
Cross River 9,707 8,720 9,705 8,570 9,812 8,775 29,224 26,065
Delta 23,186 22,396 20,584 19,775 18,650 17,191 62,420 59,362
Ebonyi 16,367 15,674 11,295 11,160 8,191 7,392 35,853 34,226
Edo 22,208 20,950 20,361 17,760 24,756 20,384 67,325 59,094
Ekiti 10,253 9,534 10,254 9,951 9,482 8,930 29,989 28,415
Enugu 12,543 17,407 12,333 15,036 12,352 18,230 37,228 50,673
Gombe 13,644 7,468 11,934 6,559 11,382 5,324 36,960 19,351
Imo 14,866 17,149 13,348 16,351 16,517 19,740 44,731 53,240
Jigawa 6,523 2,041 5,224 1,572 4,311 1,128 16,058 4,741
Kaduna 22,097 14,158 19,384 12,889 16,871 11,084 58,352 38,131
Kano 23,507 10,235 21,247 8,848 18,454 7,576 63,208 26,659
Katsina 12,748 4,686 10,979 3,055 8,684 2,807 32,411 10,548
Kebbi 5,913 1,749 4,999 944 4,359 1,365 15,271 4,058
Kogi 13,293 10,368 12,299 9,339 11,230 8,667 36,822 28,374
Kwara 12,831 9,835 11,786 8,829 12,412 9,719 37,029 28,383
Lagos 58,993 57,958 50,145 50,571 36,799 36,998 145,937 145,527
Nassarawa 11,266 6,156 11,318 6,678 11,560 6,132 34,144 18,966
Niger 15,091 5,334 14,912 5,184 10,718 3,848 40,721 14,366
Ogun 37,943 26,588 31,044 25,422 20,583 17,065 89,570 69,075
Ondo 16,167 14,228 21,002 18,343 8,355 6,517 45,524 39,088
Osun 21,798 19,096 18,545 15,860 17,466 15,286 57,809 50,242
Oyo 42,141 35,474 35,583 31,509 25,113 21,681 102,837 88,664
Plateau 14,707 10,860 12,474 8,573 10,672 7,525 37,853 26,958
Rivers 18,028 21,440 19,328 21,476 16,614 17,318 53,970 60,234
Sokoto 9,045 2,740 7,929 2,410 5,843 1,790 22,817 6,940
Taraba 6,488 3,199 7,182 3,095 5,941 2,654 19,611 8,948
Yobe 11,356 4,522 10,149 3,470 10,443 2,687 31,948 10,679
Zamfara 8,080 2,556 7,263 2,090 6,813 1,628 22,156 6,274
FCT 5,255 5,068 4,487 4,382 3,150 3,274 12,892 12,724
TOTAL 589,346 465,433 531,476 421,999 458,343 360,229 1,579,165 1,247,661

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education Abuja

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TABLE 3.9b: TABLE 3.SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2004.
STATE JSSI JSSII JSSIII TOTAL TOTAL
MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE
Abia 11,319 13,143 11,327 14,314 9,490 12,724 32,136 40,181
Adamawa 12,134 8,578 12,500 8,036 10,523 6,407 35,157 23,021
Akwa Ibom 20,110 21,686 16,358 18,983 16,212 19,088 52,680 59,757
Anambra 14,907 15,144 11,982 12,638 10,415 11,260 37,304 39,042
Bauchi 18,664 10,155 16,619 8,394 16,514 7,815 51,797 26,364
Bayelsa 5,265 4,100 5,233 3,600 4,874 3,331 15,372 11,031
Benue 20,332 15,806 21,898 16,169 19,901 14,995 62,131 46,970
Borno 14,096 7,700 12,049 6,598 12,052 6,063 38,197 20,361
Cross River 10,570 10,456 10,256 10,417 10,360 9,958 31,186 30,831
Delta 26,191 24,134 25,875 24,495 25,738 23,307 77,804 71,936
Ebonyi 17,002 19,237 17,018 18,446 14,696 15,557 48,716 53,240
Edo 14,960 14,495 14,700 15,099 14,978 14,660 44,638 44,254
Ekiti 6,996 6,874 7,045 6,636 6,696 6,305 20,737 19,815
Enugu 14,312 15,386 13,781 17,580 14,903 17,155 42,996 50,121
Gombe 15,545 8,188 14,292 7,340 11,126 5,644 40,963 21,172
Imo 14,185 16,354 14,262 18,143 14,287 17,080 42,734 51,577
Jigawa 23,474 7,114 13,003 3,540 10,356 3,042 46,833 13,696
Kaduna 21,289 14,275 21,916 13,776 20,551 12,362 63,756 40,413
Kano 38,468 17,910 33,097 15,207 29,882 12,670 101,447 45,787
Katsina 26,699 6,344 21,629 6,155 16,733 5,298 65,061 17,797
Kebbi 18,142 6,275 17,588 4,792 16,088 4,400 51,818 15,467
Kogi 16,701 13,882 17,139 14,537 16,883 14,637 50,723 43,056
Kwara 13,176 10,441 15,177 11,349 14,277 10,692 42,630 32,482
Lagos 54,888 56,130 57,742 60,025 52,689 53,570 165,319 169,725
Nassarawa 20,898 12,459 21,202 13,215 19,537 11,689 61,637 37,363
Niger 19,471 10,156 18,443 9,368 16,950 9,104 54,864 28,628
Ogun 25,587 24,782 25,626 24,381 21,933 21,092 73,146 70,255
Ondo 22,085 19,663 21,109 18,789 18,583 16,948 61,777 55,400
Osun 23,683 22,811 21,099 21,789 18,639 17,460 63,421 62,060
Oyo 33,652 33,065 37,426 35,440 35,508 32,718 106,586 101,223
Plateau 23,141 17,690 23,187 17,197 19,753 15,149 66,081 50,036
Rivers 17,666 22,868 19,818 21,898 19,824 21,537 57,308 66,303
Sokoto 12,407 3,290 11,332 3,299 10,405 3,004 34,144 9,593
Taraba 12,636 7,793 13,031 7,566 11,161 6,784 36,828 22,143
Yobe 13,597 6,094 11,876 5,561 10,608 4,184 36,081 15,839
Zamfara 13,759 2,894 12,622 3,152 11,238 2,972 37,619 9,018
FCT 7,188 7,058 7,223 6,597 6,599 5,519 21,010 19,174
TOTAL 695,19 534,430 666,480 524,521 610,962 476,180 1,972,637 1,535,131
5
SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

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TABLE 3.9b Cont'd: TABLE 3.SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER,
2004.
STATE SSI SSII SSIII TOTAL TOTAL
MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE
Abia 8,486 11,019 7,004 10,218 6,921 8,211 22,411 29,448
Adamawa 9,971 5,982 9,383 4,887 7,108 3,712 26,462 14,581
Akwa Ibom 15,162 17,135 13,968 15,838 30,899 17,040 60,029 50,013
Anambra 10,744 11,778 9,097 10,721 6,188 7,267 26,029 29,766
Bauchi 12,328 6,702 11,034 5,792 9,229 4,246 32,591 16,740
Bayelsa 4,869 3,147 4,619 2,928 5,305 3,624 14,793 9,699
Benue 18,487 13,369 17,940 12,522 17,098 11,290 53,525 37,181
Borno 10,059 5,474 10,573 5,415 10,157 4,870 30,789 15,759
Cross River 9,631 8,699 10,138 9,264 9,092 8,046 28,861 26,009
Delta 24,914 21,583 22,706 19,909 17,510 16,022 65,130 57,514
Ebonyi 13,018 14,355 12,957 12,866 8,316 8,692 34,291 35,913
Edo 15,299 13,426 14,001 12,178 16,003 13,562 45,303 39,166
Ekiti 6,956 6,742 6,741 6,417 6,293 5,826 19,990 18,985
Enugu 13,288 15,162 11,252 13,631 11,380 14,130 35,920 42,923
Gombe 9,239 5,003 7,753 4,290 6,927 3,594 23,919 12,887
Imo 14,192 17,639 16,139 18,210 14,664 18,882 44,995 54,731
Jigawa 7,676 2,761 6,045 2,042 4,396 1,504 18,117 6,307
Kaduna 14,727 9,728 13,761 8,563 11,655 7,537 40,143 25,828
Kano 24,281 9,558 22,156 8,095 19,385 7,066 65,822 24,719
Katsina 15,155 5,334 12,960 3,971 10,636 2,383 38,751 11,688
Kebbi 11,578 3,603 10,822 2,950 8,692 3,003 31,092 9,556
Kogi 16,706 13,593 14,895 12,597 15,336 12,397 46,937 38,587
Kwara 13,724 10,170 12,705 9,858 12,482 8,985 38,911 29,013
Lagos 57,195 54,741 50,953 48,949 39,508 38,309 147,656 141,999
Nassarawa 16,227 9,175 14,872 8,786 13,871 7,689 44,970 25,650
Niger 15,188 7,735 13,916 8,001 12,154 6,081 41,258 21,817
Ogun 23,206 22,013 20,393 18,877 16,083 14,614 59,682 55,504
Ondo 19,321 17,462 18,413 15,916 13,635 11,680 51,369 45,058
Osun 22,158 19,745 22,094 18,921 16,450 14,574 60,702 53,240
Oyo 36,106 30,671 33,700 29,685 27,796 24,090 97,602 84,446
Plateau 16,508 11,897 14,129 10,063 11,394 7,836 42,031 29,796
Rivers 20,378 21,194 20,825 21,400 17,586 17,603 58,789 60,197
Sokoto 10,160 2,518 9,103 2,236 7,267 1,698 26,530 6,452
Taraba 9,594 5,747 9,057 5,204 6,932 3,631 25,583 14,582
Yobe 9,971 3,863 8,788 3,288 6,867 2,707 25,626 9,858
Zamfara 9,666 2,312 8,300 1,947 7,455 1,305 25,421 5,564
FCT 5,967 5,305 5,372 4,789 3,703 3,353 15,042 13,447
TOTAL 572,135 446,340 528,564 411,224 466,373 347,059 1,567,072 1,204,623
SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

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TABLE 3.9c: SECONDARY SCHOOLS ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2005.
STATE JSSI JSSII JSSIII TOTAL TOTAL
MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE
Abia 11,039 13,266 11,210 13,644 10,571 13,597 32,820 40,507
Adamawa 12,939 8,095 13,449 8,447 10,671 8,075 37,059 24,617
Akwa Ibom 18,589 21,101 16,350 18,862 15,234 17,704 50,173 57,667
Anambra 15,989 17,623 13,084 15,300 10,610 13,203 39,683 46,126
Bauchi 22,062 11,451 17,227 9,455 15,186 9,149 54,475 30,055
Bayelsa 5,711 4,373 5,225 3,898 5,084 3,568 16,020 11,839
Benue 19,992 16,216 20,820 15,944 19,041 14,619 59,853 46,779
Borno 13,732 9,639 13,019 7,815 10,880 6,971 37,631 24,425
Cross River 10,476 10,116 10,376 10,076 9,867 9,713 30,719 29,905
Delta 25,889 24,496 26,759 22,895 24,523 22,851 77,171 70,242
Ebonyi 15,032 16,096 17,533 18,421 13,923 15,848 46,488 50,365
Edo 15,506 15,189 16,079 15,179 15,924 14,884 47,509 45,252
Ekiti 7,067 6,970 6,468 6,558 6,209 6,240 19,744 19,768
Enugu 13,162 14,757 13,586 14,432 13,197 14,971 39,945 44,160
Gombe 17,715 11,825 17,294 10,560 14,932 9,101 49,941 31,486
Imo 13,706 14,874 12,870 14,987 12,968 15,042 39,544 44,903
Jigawa 16,908 6,337 13,697 4,348 10,670 3,764 41,275 14,449
Kaduna 21,466 14,380 22,336 14,148 24,126 12,757 67,928 41,285
Kano 39,199 19,472 35,116 16,723 32,537 19,015 106,852 55,210
Katsina 24,852 8,894 23,049 6,829 18,933 6,247 66,834 21,970
Kebbi 18,993 6,788 16,406 5,982 16,699 5,616 52,098 18,386
Kogi 16,555 14,191 19,224 14,448 16,805 14,339 52,584 42,978
Kwara 12,957 10,953 14,479 11,643 12,813 10,947 40,249 33,543
Lagos 52,013 134,024 55,896 58,161 51,888 51,876 159,797 244,061
Nassarawa 23,519 14,959 22,724 14,245 21,547 13,531 67,790 42,735
Niger 21,641 10,981 20,536 11,012 17,943 8,960 60,120 30,953
Ogun 22,990 21,515 22,904 21,982 20,917 19,594 66,811 63,091
Ondo 20,870 18,826 20,513 18,383 17,385 15,961 58,768 53,170
Osun 24,099 23,064 22,226 21,321 18,866 18,391 65,191 62,776
Oyo 35,946 34,174 31,873 31,181 39,658 36,941 107,477 102,296
Plateau 22,853 18,272 22,451 17,759 20,508 15,343 65,812 51,374
Rivers 16,448 21,702 18,700 19,606 18,696 19,822 53,844 61,130
Sokoto 12,863 3,464 11,902 3,686 10,499 3,213 35,264 10,363
Taraba 13,093 8,291 12,947 10,269 10,789 6,723 36,829 25,283
Yobe 14,871 7,040 12,995 4,933 11,418 4,345 39,284 16,318
Zamfara 14,740 3,820 14,815 2,620 10,810 5,007 40,365 11,447
FCT 6,912 6,432 7,267 6,689 6,261 5,741 20,440 18,862
TOTAL 692,394 623,666 673,405 522,441 618,588 493,669 1,984,387 1,639,776

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

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TABLE 3.9c: CONT, SECONDARY SCHOOLS ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2005.
STATE SSI SSII SSIII TOTAL TOTAL
MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE
Abia 8,689 11,453 7,609 9,877 5,969 7,344 22,267 28,674
Adamawa 10,163 6,514 9,323 5,438 7,765 4,099 27,251 16,051
Akwa Ibom 14,672 17,047 13,615 15,234 13,704 15,289 41,991 47,570
Anambra 10,046 12,126 9,034 11,740 6,040 7,629 25,120 31,495
Bauchi 12,232 7,531 11,745 6,606 10,157 4,894 34,134 19,031
Bayelsa 4,793 3,267 4,552 3,089 5,470 3,657 14,815 10,013
Benue 17,693 13,693 17,393 12,449 15,804 10,745 50,890 36,887
Borno 9,452 6,330 10,217 6,465 9,525 5,467 29,194 18,262
Cross River 9,888 9,202 9,318 8,992 9,446 8,522 28,652 26,716
Delta 20,958 19,541 21,987 20,724 15,931 13,764 58,876 54,029
Ebonyi 14,026 13,600 12,869 12,778 10,393 11,132 37,288 37,510
Edo 14,624 13,912 13,287 12,774 15,531 13,283 43,442 39,969
Ekiti 6,442 6,382 6,113 6,228 4,928 4,784 17,483 17,394
Enugu 12,127 15,089 10,456 14,824 12,715 13,211 35,298 43,124
Gombe 13,164 8,388 12,336 7,141 10,354 6,331 35,854 21,860
Imo 13,195 16,187 12,315 16,802 16,500 17,791 42,010 50,780
Jigawa 8,561 3,079 6,188 2,318 3,603 1,521 18,352 6,918
Kaduna 15,542 9,793 14,769 9,954 11,555 7,497 41,866 27,244
Kano 25,850 10,364 22,149 8,881 20,712 7,281 68,711 26,526
Katsina 16,053 5,516 13,543 5,140 10,228 3,210 39,824 13,866
Kebbi 12,825 4,501 10,114 4,414 8,962 2,646 31,901 11,561
Kogi 16,863 13,574 15,665 12,463 14,804 11,580 47,332 37,617
Kwara 13,406 10,919 11,562 9,937 11,229 9,107 36,197 29,963
Lagos 56,836 53,588 51,484 49,567 39,872 38,366 148,192 141,521
Nassarawa 18,237 11,520 17,703 10,221 15,147 9,015 51,087 30,756
Niger 16,271 8,360 15,213 7,980 12,577 5,962 44,061 22,302
Ogun 21,497 20,514 20,114 18,706 15,412 13,652 57,023 52,872
Ondo 19,320 16,522 17,287 15,313 13,207 11,231 49,814 43,066
Osun 19,432 17,948 21,064 19,191 16,079 14,354 56,575 51,493
Oyo 35,360 30,780 36,674 27,330 27,946 23,440 99,980 81,550
Plateau 17,218 12,772 14,686 10,612 12,181 8,387 44,085 31,771
Rivers 19,048 19,685 19,422 19,576 17,431 16,913 55,901 56,174
Sokoto 10,269 2,621 9,966 2,401 8,493 2,003 28,728 7,025
Taraba 9,542 5,261 9,296 4,770 7,374 3,869 26,212 13,900
Yobe 11,207 3,795 10,354 3,946 8,184 3,186 29,745 10,927
Zamfara 9,735 1,835 8,389 1,602 6,153 1,469 24,277 4,906
FCT 6,036 5,183 5,129 4,896 3,645 3,540 14,810 13,619
TOTAL 571,272 448,392 532,940 420,379 455,026 346,171 1,559,238 1,214,942

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

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TABLE 3.9d: TOTAL ENROLMENT IN JUNIOR SECONDARY, 2006-2008.
STATE  2006 2007  2008 
M  F  Total M F Total M F  Total 
Abia 43008 46677 89685 30286 39431 69717 30596 32588 63184
Adamawa 46320 33368 79688 67916 47172 115088 58322 42289 100611
Akwa Ibom 52060 59013 111073 51232 45600 96832 46362 44045 90407
Anambra 48375 62372 110747 45112 50050 95162 90767 102552 193319
Bauchi 63316 33560 96876 68875 36155 105030 53127 28266 81393
Bayelsa 16848 14918 31766 18363 15737 34100 14935 13487 28422
Benue 57237 43599 100836 69457 52876 122333 59031 46408 105439
Borno 43636 27841 71477 51724 36500 88224 60045 41928 101973
C/River 29696 32360 62056 40369 39753 80122 33025 31505 64530
Delta 69315 67033 136348 26179 51165 77344 48553 44986 93539
Ebonyi 10329 11206 21535 9510 10325 19835 28079 29031 57110
Edo 43734 42292 86026 14321 16052 30373 42162 38764 80926
Ekiti 129311 14641 143952 30517 31212 61729 21888 22039 43927
Enugu 41935 44246 86181 34390 40940 75330 35434 45596 81030
Gombe 45773 29737 75510 44710 29977 74687 40229 27159 67388
Imo 45561 48254 93815 44601 45024 89625 80538 83999 164537
Jigawa 33527 10003 43530 48390 16042 64432 44110 20062 64172
Kaduna 97232 65041 162273 91291 57792 149083 94591 63463 158054
Kano 123344 61281 184625 144437 75697 220134 156432 21609 178041
Katsina 76424 33020 109444 82703 32052 114755 8112 31244 39356
Kebbi 59336 23433 82769 57366 27413 84779 65704 32323 98027
Kogi 42795 36751 79546 35098 31506 66604 33365 26683 60048
Kwara 42418 36457 78875 52050 41458 93508 47294 37288 84582
Lagos 156915 160514 317429 129027 132784 261811 128333 131935 260268
Nassarawa 201746 163369 365115 69525 47195 116720 51471 35428 86899
Niger 62139 30539 92678 50403 26935 77338 58066 25640 83706
Ogun 81397 81080 162477 87643 84833 172476 82676 79735 162411
Ondo 60727 54399 115126 65234 65506 130740 61654 57514 119168
Osun 75276 70778 146054 66289 63061 129350 67832 64482 132314
Oyo 99141 93762 192903 66986 64824 131810 96316 93994 190310
Plateau 58662 50106 108768 49916 40920 90836 62247 51387 113634
Rivers 59151 60374 119525 46220 49007 95227 33743 35493 69236
Sokoto 22021 5156 27177 35809 12228 48037 18214 6277 24491
Taraba 41441 29049 70490 31875 22097 53972 38293 24940 63233
Yobe 50077 26238 76315 33992 17771 51763 38822 22459 61281
Zamfara 35098 15053 50151 39801 8210 48011 41979 12520 54499
FCT 20646 19437 40083 33661 30851 64512 34591 31723 66314
Total 2169587 1736957 3906544 1995278 1536151 3531429 2079948 1640841 3720789

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

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TABLE 3.9 e : TOTAL ENROLMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY, 2006-2008.
STATE  2006  2007 2008 

M  F  Total M F Total M  F  Total 


Abia 34413 33622 68035 20202 27567 47769 4774 2572 7346
Adamawa 33872 20094 53966 4580 22682 27262 42134 28226 70360
Akwa Ibom 44653 48965 93618 36625 37929 74554 33264 35651 68915
Anambra 19854 18440 38294 1684 16439 18123 37059 52003 89062
Bauchi 35676 18213 53889 36043 19022 55065 44393 15739 60132
Bayelsa 15689 12607 28296 18069 12577 30646 18384 15139 33523
Benue 49057 34342 83399 54405 37817 92222 48020 35786 83806
Borno 32465 19470 51935 31237 20851 52088 29648 17651 47299
C/River 24744 23359 48103 34166 30200 64366 32727 31327 64054
Delta 49998 47011 97009 38666 37195 75861 38802 33545 72347
Ebonyi 1971 9743 11714 7824 9004 16828 40595 38910 79505
Edo 34147 31337 65484 11286 11404 22690 46278 46704 92982
Ekiti 10277 11467 21744 19615 19394 39009 19788 20469 40257
Enugu 32888 39032 71920 28405 35852 64257 36061 42391 78452
Gombe 27137 17326 44463 16126 18586 34712 36608 21273 57881
Imo 34916 42303 77219 34815 31067 65882 58373 73986 132359
Jigawa 7363 786 8149 29338 9537 38875 30613 9737 40350
Kaduna 68349 44532 112881 21965 36114 58079 64384 39667 104051
Kano 70053 27069 97122 16201 31683 47884 100646 43247 143893
Katsina 45100 15038 60138 80172 13927 94099 34570 15866 50436
Kebbi 41853 14192 56045 55280 12697 67977 46752 42537 89289
Kogi 42751 36379 79130 40716 32689 73405 24360 22105 46465
Kwara 43043 34621 77664 40006 29430 69436 36942 30320 67262
Lagos 31807 25485 57292 38843 67027 105870 105234 107145 212379
Nassaraw 158773 133445 292218 66908 50783 117691 51996 32822 84818
a
Niger 45017 21691 66708 73259 17685 90944 62699 42428 105127
Ogun 70539 65673 136212 34512 73763 108275 89922 82159 172081
Ondo 49748 44984 94732 80765 49940 130705 51061 47618 98679
Osun 57329 53787 111116 58385 52820 111205 61141 58415 119556
Oyo 84976 84018 168994 57540 64765 122305 73441 79106 152547
Plateau 39888 31993 71881 74212 33443 107655 51425 40278 91703
Rivers 64863 64647 129510 47304 51404 98708 42380 41454 83834
Sokoto 15118 4897 20015 51985 3953 55938 2409 1139 3548
Taraba 27155 15284 42439 20342 11883 32225 29125 18272 47397
Yobe 37148 11561 48709 20185 17387 37572 32889 15210 48099
Zamfara 22925 7611 30536 31362 10346 41708 26218 6607 32825
FCT 13112 12020 25132 30301 13001 43302 17078 15457 32535
Total 1525767 1177044 2702811 1464868 1071863 2536731 1602193 1302961 2905154

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja 

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TABLE 3.10: SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, SEX, AND QUALIFICATION, 2005.
STATE GRAD+TQ GRADUATE NCE TC 2
Male Female Male Female Male Female Male Female
Abia 1,006 1,231 201 84 238 402 25 29
Adamawa 408 94 130 26 345 77 7 2
Akwa Ibom 1,454 720 644 303 515 328 19 9
Anambra 1,163 2,738 271 243 294 1,044 6 14
Bauchi 491 119 437 146 713 162 77 8
Bayelsa 784 357 375 148 413 272 1 1
Benue 1,259 259 661 115 1,866 410 41 6
Borno 646 183 210 81 360 96 18 4
Cross River 901 404 317 81 250 117 14 3
Delta 2,347 1,682 781 284 971 916 19 8
Ebonyi 418 174 241 76 268 179 2 3
Edo 1,717 1,178 624 262 871 924 34 20
Ekiti 1,456 737 452 191 765 1,053 7 4
Enugu 1,197 643 332 183 330 661 14 14
Gombe 457 217 279 89 772 267 46 11
Imo 1,853 1,590 268 119 428 523 58 49
Jigawa 639 34 152 23 794 46 41 7
Kaduna 955 392 435 165 1,150 473 6 3
Kano 1,475 305 696 187 814 197 21 3
Katsina 491 55 308 36 593 97 42 6
Kebbi 650 108 435 103 446 100 21 9
Kogi 1,330 371 464 120 1,343 592 33 4
Kwara 1,621 740 369 113 434 279 4 1
Lagos 2,843 3,941 1,573 813 1,636 2,448 13 15
Nassarawa 574 125 597 117 1,379 274 13 2
Niger 1,027 294 488 127 1,050 507 10 1
Ogun 1,538 916 609 295 834 1,000 3 3
Ondo 2,267 1,101 1,171 374 1,286 1,721 14 5
Osun 2,078 713 417 109 532 392 15 6
Oyo 3,734 3,029 938 430 1,613 2,024 8 10
Plateau 1,229 598 1,006 274 1,621 545 24 8
Rivers 1,030 681 300 116 182 106 6 2
Sokoto 421 135 270 75 683 244 5 na
Taraba 431 132 317 125 204 230 32 2
Yobe 219 25 227 47 516 174 42 9
Zamfara 275 63 216 42 336 212 20 na
FCT( Abuja) 689 630 354 136 287 199 na 1
Nigeria 43,073 26,714 17,565 6,258 27,132 19,291 761 282
SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

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TABLE 3.10: SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, SEX, AND QUALIFICATION, 2005.
TC 1 HSC SPECIAL WASC OTHERS TOTAL TEACHERS
STATE Fema Fema Fema Fema Fema Femal
Male Male Male Male Male Male Total
le le le le le e
Abia na na na na na na na na 40 19 1,510 1,765 3,275
Adamawa na 1 na na na na na na 16 5 906 1,111
205
Akwa Ibom na na na na na na na 4,076
1 66 17 2,698 1,378
Anambra na na na na na na 5,882
1 1 64 43 1,800 4,082
Bauchi na na na na na 2,277
1 5 3 91 24 1,815 462
Bayelsa na na na na na na 2,410
3 1 37 18 1,613 797
Benue na na na na 4,948
2 2 14 2 261 50 4,106 842
Borno na na na na na 1,670
2 5 1 53 11 1,294 376
Cross River na na na na na na 2,126
1 1 29 8 1,513 613
Delta na na na na na na 7,127
5 2 82 30 4,205 2,922
Ebonyi na na na na na na 1,383
2 1 15 4 946 437
Edo na na na na 5,817
3 7 9 7 112 49 3,367 2,450
Ekiti na na na na na 4,778
1 1 1 90 20 2,771 2,007
Enugu na na na na na 3,437
3 2 2 37 19 1,912 1,525
Gombe na na na na na na 2,233
7 1 65 22 1,626 607
Imo na na na na na na 5,024
3 1 93 39 2,703 2,321
Jigawa na na na na na na na na 1,766
28 2 1,654 112
Kaduna na na na na na 3,641
1 6 2 40 13 2,593 1,048
Kano na na na na na 3,775
1 3 1 58 14 3,068 707
Katsina na na na na na 1,718
1 1 3 80 5 1,519 199
Kebbi na na na na na na na na 1,931
54 5 1,606 325
Kogi na na na na na 4,362
1 13 7 78 6 3,262 1,100
Kwara na na na na na 3,608
1 1 7 34 4 2,464 1,144
Lagos na na na na 13,477
2 1 1 2 128 61 6,194 7,283
Nassarawa na na na na na na na 3,128
1 40 6 2,603 525
Niger na na na na na 3,632
2 7 2 101 16 2,685 947
Ogun na na 18 4 na na 1 1 44 10 3,047 2,229 5,276

Ondo na na na na 8,136
1 10 9 2 134 41 4,892 3,244

Osun na na na na na na na 4,301
3 26 10 3,068 1,233

Oyo na na na na 11,925
3 5 5 2 83 41 6,383 5,542

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Plateau na na na na na na 5,424
3 1 95 20 3,979 1,445
Rivers na na na na 2,443
2 1 5 3 3 6 1,528 915
Sokoto na na na na na na na 1,902
4 37 28 1,416 486
Taraba na na na na na na na 1,559
4 72 10 1,060 499
Yobe na na na na na na 1,320
1 3 46 11 1,051 269
Zamfara na na na na na na na na 1,191
24 3 871 320
FCT( Abuja) na na na na na na na na 2,324
22 6 1,352 972

Nigeria 91,08 53,33 144,413


13 13 50 18 2 1 106 60 2,378 696
0 3
SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

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TABLE3.11a: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE 2003.
STATE TOTAL NUMBER OF CANDIDATES CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM PERCENTAGE OF CANDIDATES
WHO SAT FOR THE EXAMINATION OF FIVE (5) CREDITS WITH MINIMUN OF FIVE (5)
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. & CREDITS (INCLUDING ENG.
MATHEMATICS) LANG & MATHEMATICS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M &F M F M&F
Abia 15.05 13.60 14.25
10,264 12,708 22,972 1,545 1,728 3,273
Adamawa 1.17 1.24 1.19
10,683 5,308 15,991 125 66 191
Akwa- 37.06 39.89 38.56
Ibom 19,139 21,661 40,800 7,092 8,641 15,733
Anambra 13.74 12.32 12.90
8,159 11,779 19,938 1,121 1,451 2,572
Bauchi 46.61 46.91 46.74
5,055 4,018 9,073 2,356 1,885 4,241
Bayelsa 3.39 2.63 3.13
6,317 3,233 9,550 214 85 299
Benue 14.82 15.73 15.18
24,729 16,050 40,779 3,665 2,525 6,190
Borno 6.61 10.47 8.05
10,123 6,010 16,133 669 629 1,298
Cross 16.33 15.31 15.84
River 15,864 14,423 30,287 2,590 2,208 4,798
Delta 18.44 19.05 18.73
15,294 14,378 29,672 2,820 2,739 5,559
Ebonyi 17.44 15.63 16.59
8,183 7,166 15,349 1,427 1,120 2,547
Edo 43.24 47.83 45.43
21,522 19,614 41,136 9,307 9,382 18,689
Ekiti 9.55 9.88 9.70
10,577 9,111 19,688 1,010 900 1,910
Enugu 15.98 15.38 15.62
14,695 22,014 36,709 2,348 3,385 5,733
Gombe 0.98 1.30 1.09
3,261 1,617 4,878 32 21 53
Imo 16.25 15.69 15.94
17,169 21,345 38,514 2,790 3,349 6,139
Jigawa 4.50 2.37 4.04
3,376 929 4,305 152 22 174
Kaduna 10.33 11.43 10.79
18,930 13,547 32,477 1,956 1,548 3,504
Kano 13.61 28.42 18.77
11,364 6,066 17,430 1,547 1,724 3,271
Katsina 1.31 1.71 1.41
8,021 2,693 10,714 105 46 151
Kebbi 2.58 3.48 2.82
5,386 1,925 7,311 139 67 206
Kogi 7.94 8.10 8.01
20,865 14,880 35,745 1,657 1,205 2,862
Kwara 13.68 15.61 14.55
16,547 13,790 30,337 2,263 2,152 4,415
Lagos 30.26 29.74 30.01
76,230 73,391 149,621 23,071 21,830 44,901
Nassaraw 4.29 6.68 5.10
a 11,980 6,169 18,149 514 412 926
Niger 4.28 4.38 4.32
9,666 5,861 15,527 414 257 671
Ogun 31.47 33.00 32.19
31,374 27,975 59,349 9,874 9,232 19,106
Ondo 21.67 20.63 21.20
20,778 17,273 38,051 4,503 3,564 8,067
Osun 12.99 14.70 13.78
21,711 18,771 40,482 2,821 2,759 5,580
Oyo 6.17 6.10 6.14
29,478 26,210 55,688 1,818 1,599 3,417
Plateau 6.27 6.08 6.18
14,620 11,349 25,969 916 690 1,606

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Rivers 29.97 30.26 30.13
30,802 34,874 65,676 9,232 10,553 19,785
Sokoto 6.98 6.99 6.98
6,891 2,290 9,181 481 160 641
Taraba 3.38 4.91 3.88
7,018 3,444 10,462 237 169 406
Yobe 3.07 4.02 3.29
5,695 1,667 7,362 175 67 242
Zamfara 2.90 6.94 3.81
5,478 1,586 7,064 159 110 269
FCT 13.84 7.77 10.86
3,389 3,270 6,659 469 254 723
TOTAL 18.12 20.60 19.26
560,633 478,395 1,039,028 101,614 98,534 200,148
Source: West Africa Examination Council, Lagos.

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TABLE 3.11b: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2004.
TOTAL NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM PERCENTAGE OF
CANDIDATES WHO SAT FOR OF FIVE (5) CREDITS CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUN
STATE THE EXAMINATION (INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. & OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
MATHEMATICS) (INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHEMATICS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F
Abia 11104.00 14108.00 25212.00 2118.00 2443.00 4561.00 19.07 17.32 18.09

Adamawa 11746.00 6480.00 18226.00 227.00 131.00 358.00 1.93 2.02 1.96
Akwa Ibom 21943.00 24156.00 46099.00 6391.00 7639.00 14030.00 29.13 31.62 30.43

Anambra 9835.00 15864.00 25699.00 1992.00 2683.00 4675.00 20.25 16.91 18.19

Bauchi 5565.00 4044.00 9609.00 2010.00 1546.00 3556.00 36.12 38.23 37.01

Bayelsa 5767.00 3149.00 8916.00 116.00 96.00 212.00 2.01 3.05 2.38
Benue 25169.00 16086.00 41255.00 2571.00 1669.00 4240.00 10.21 10.38 10.28

Borno 10911.00 5819.00 16730.00 635.00 487.00 1122.00 5.82 8.37 6.71
Cross River 14525.00 13055.00 27580.00 1289.00 1321.00 2610.00 8.87 10.12 9.46

Delta 15607.00 14261.00 29868.00 2643.00 2274.00 4917.00 16.93 15.95 16.46
Ebonyi 10726.00 9678.00 20404.00 1808.00 1771.00 3579.00 16.86 18.30 17.54
Edo 23783.00 22269.00 46052.00 9280.00 9274.00 18554.00 39.02 41.65 40.29

Ekiti 10565.00 9367.00 19932.00 1025.00 913.00 1938.00 9.70 9.75 9.72
Enugu 14440.00 20913.00 35353.00 3097.00 4678.00 7775.00 21.45 22.37 21.99
Gombe 3824.00 2003.00 5827.00 63.00 26.00 89.00 1.65 1.30 1.53

Imo 15696.00 19738.00 35434.00 3985.00 5102.00 9087.00 25.39 25.85 25.64
Jigawa 4066.00 1120.00 5186.00 461.00 126.00 587.00 11.34 11.25 11.32

Kaduna 21404.00 15344.00 36748.00 2795.00 2078.00 4873.00 13.06 13.54 13.26

Kano 13940.00 7054.00 20994.00 1630.00 1494.00 3124.00 11.69 21.18 14.88

Katsina 9262.00 3140.00 12402.00 174.00 68.00 242.00 1.88 2.17 1.95

Kebbi 5653.00 2162.00 7815.00 137.00 136.00 273.00 2.42 6.29 3.49

Kogi 21931.00 16133.00 38064.00 1743.00 1323.00 3066.00 7.95 8.20 8.05

Kwara 12050.00 9575.00 21625.00 462.00 351.00 813.00 3.83 3.67 3.76

Lagos 72476.00 71129.00 143605.00 21894.00 21374.00 43268.00 30.21 30.05 30.13

Nassarawa 14043.00 7450.00 21493.00 815.00 440.00 1255.00 5.80 5.91 5.84

Niger 11414.00 6960.00 18374.00 645.00 446.00 1091.00 5.65 6.41 5.94

Ogun 19347.00 17014.00 36361.00 3319.00 3056.00 6375.00 17.16 17.96 17.53
Ondo 24087.00 20131.00 44218.00 4757.00 3836.00 8593.00 19.75 19.06 19.43

Osun 18063.00 15238.00 33301.00 1446.00 1378.00 2824.00 8.01 9.04 8.48

Oyo 31530.00 28522.00 60052.00 2901.00 2610.00 5511.00 9.20 9.15 9.18

Plateau 14519.00 11236.00 25755.00 1024.00 675.00 1699.00 7.05 6.01 6.60

Rivers 31267.00 34956.00 66223.00 11203.00 13151.00 24354.00 35.83 37.62 36.78

Sokoto 9178.00 2784.00 11962.00 675.00 505.00 1180.00 7.35 18.14 9.86

Taraba 7895.00 3796.00 11691.00 133.00 82.00 215.00 1.68 2.16 1.84
Yobe 5728.00 1755.00 7483.00 153.00 43.00 196.00 2.67 2.45 2.62
Zamfara 6915.00 1742.00 8657.00 192.00 166.00 358.00 2.78 9.53 4.14
FCT 3566.00 3475.00 7041.00 459.00 279.00 738.00 12.87 8.03 10.48
TOTAL 569540.0 481706.0 1051246.00 96268.00 95670.00 191938.00 16.90 19.86 18.26
0 0
Source: West African Examinations Council, Lagos.

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TABLE 3.11c: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2005.
STATE TOTAL NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM PERCENTAGE OF CANDIDATES
CANDIDATES WHO SAT THE OF FIVE (5) CREDITS WITH MINIMUN OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
EXAMINATION (INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. (INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
& MATHEMATICS) MATHEMATICS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F
Abia 11306.00 13866.00 25172.00 3220.00 3684.00 6904.00 28.48 26.57 27.43

Adamawa 13364.00 7638.00 21002.00 370.00 173.00 543.00 2.77 2.26 2.59
Akwa Ibom 20331.00 22033.00 42364.00 5264.00 5841.00 11105.00 25.89 26.51 26.21
Anambra 11298.00 16873.00 28171.00 2902.00 3063.00 5965.00 25.69 18.15 21.17
Bauchi 4739.00 3450.00 8189.00 1600.00 1189.00 2789.00 33.76 34.46 34.06

Bayelsa 5483.00 3091.00 8574.00 226.00 145.00 371.00 4.12 4.69 4.33
Benue 23516.00 15055.00 38571.00 1903.00 1113.00 3016.00 8.09 7.39 7.82

Borno 11924.00 6639.00 18563.00 825.00 608.00 1433.00 6.92 9.16 7.72

Cross River 17954.00 15399.00 33353.00 1272.00 1078.00 2350.00 7.08 7.00 7.05

Delta 13236.00 11602.00 24838.00 2118.00 1819.00 3937.00 16.00 15.68 15.85
Ebonyi 14948.00 13550.00 28498.00 1575.00 1356.00 2931.00 10.54 10.01 10.28

Edo 28245.00 25981.00 54226.00 13080.00 12611.0 25691.00 46.31 48.54 47.38
0
Ekiti 8879.00 7911.00 16790.00 1492.00 1279.00 2771.00 16.80 16.17 16.50

Enugu 15117.00 21233.00 36350.00 3556.00 4734.00 8290.00 23.52 22.30 22.81
Gombe 3701.00 2067.00 5768.00 73.00 37.00 110.00 1.97 1.79 1.91

Imo 16022.00 19298.00 35320.00 3828.00 4401.00 8229.00 23.89 22.81 23.30
Jigawa 4568.00 1235.00 5803.00 262.00 255.00 517.00 5.74 20.65 8.91

Kaduna 22963.00 16084.00 39047.00 3413.00 2742.00 6155.00 14.86 17.05 15.76
Kano 15713.00 8400.00 24113.00 2253.00 1835.00 4088.00 14.34 21.85 16.95

Katsina 10449.00 4552.00 15001.00 307.00 127.00 434.00 2.94 2.79 2.89
Kebbi 6886.00 2457.00 9343.00 132.00 91.00 223.00 1.92 3.70 2.39

Kogi 20698.00 15332.00 36030.00 2024.00 1476.00 3500.00 9.78 9.63 9.71
Kwara 12277.00 9936.00 22213.00 718.00 631.00 1349.00 5.85 6.35 6.07

Lagos 76164.00 75217.00 151381.0 25904.00 26068.0 51972.00 34.01 34.66 34.33
0 0
Nassarawa 15606.00 8470.00 24076.00 750.00 387.00 1137.00 4.81 4.57 4.72

Niger 11630.00 7071.00 18701.00 485.00 384.00 869.00 4.17 5.43 4.65
Ogun 21427.00 19114.00 40541.00 2852.00 2665.00 5517.00 13.31 13.94 13.61

Ondo 18170.00 15329.00 33499.00 1847.00 1504.00 3351.00 10.17 9.81 10.00
Osun 18770.00 16092.00 34862.00 1418.00 1327.00 2745.00 7.55 8.25 7.87

Oyo 29057.00 26146.00 55203.00 2288.00 2070.00 4358.00 7.87 7.92 7.89
Plateau 16512.00 12968.00 29480.00 901.00 593.00 1494.00 5.46 4.57 5.07

Rivers 35259.00 37051.00 72310.00 12628.00 13271.0 25899.00 35.81 35.82 35.82
0
Sokoto 10657.00 3189.00 13846.00 1319.00 282.00 1601.00 12.38 8.84 11.56

Taraba 9084.00 4433.00 13517.00 334.00 153.00 487.00 3.68 3.45 3.60
Yobe 7368.00 2328.00 9696.00 203.00 67.00 270.00 2.76 2.88 2.78

Zamfara 8140.00 2041.00 10181.00 489.00 205.00 694.00 6.01 10.04 6.82

FCT 3691.00 3480.00 7171.00 547.00 349.00 896.00 14.82 10.03 12.49

TOTAL 595152.0 496611.0 1091763. 104378.0 99613.0 203991.00 17.54 20.06 18.68
0 0 00 0 0
Source: West African Examinations Council, Lagos.

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TABLE 3.11d: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2006.
STATE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM % OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN OF
SAT FOR THE EXAMS OF FIVE (5) CREDITS FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. & ENG. LANG & MATHS)
MATHEMATICS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F
Abia 12524.00 15517.00 28041.00 1993.00 1800.00 3793.00 15.91 11.60 13.53
Adamawa 16426.00 8836.00 25252.00 199.00 119.00 318.00 1.21 1.35 1.26
Akwa Ibom 22030.00 23609.00 45639.00 3974.00 3726.00 7700.00 18.04 15.78 16.87

Anambra 11444.00 16355.00 27799.00 1216.00 845.00 2061.00 10.63 5.17 7.41
Bauchi 6244.00 4505.00 10749.00 942.00 501.00 1443.00 15.09 11.12 13.42
Bayelsa 5866.00 3149.00 9015.00 260.00 180.00 442.00 4.43 5.72 4.90
Benue 26744.00 17501.00 44245.00 996.00 320.00 1316.00 3.72 1.83 2.97

Borno 13120.00 7105.00 20225.00 566.00 337.00 903.00 4.31 4.74 4.46

Cross River 15903.00 13895.00 29798.00 111.00 543.00 1454.00 0.70 3.91 4.88

Delta 12557.00 11205.00 23762.00 1573.00 1036.00 2609.00 12.53 9.25 10.98

Ebonyi 15774.00 15369.00 31143.00 404.00 329.00 733.00 2.56 2.14 2.35

Edo 36641.00 31417.00 66058.00 8408.00 6217.00 14625.00 22.95 19.79 22.14

Ekiti 9976.00 8876.00 18852.00 1370.00 1071.00 2441.00 13.73 12.07 12.95

Enugu 16703.00 23018.00 39721.00 1850.00 1607.00 3457.00 11.08 6.98 8.70

Gombe 4300.00 2475.00 6775.00 173.00 51.00 224.00 4.02 2.06 3.31
Imo 14876.00 17712.00 32588.00 2373.00 2441.00 4814.00 15.95 13.78 14.77

Jigawa 6259.00 1556.00 7815.00 176.00 19.00 4071.00 2.81 1.22 52.09

Kaduna 27092.00 19235.00 46327.00 2540.00 1531.00 4071.00 9.38 7.96 8.79
Kano 19513.00 10030.00 29543.00 1266.00 820.00 2095.00 6.49 8.18 7.09

Katsina 12897.00 4853.00 17750.00 194.00 100.00 294.00 1.50 2.06 1.66
Kebbi 5342.00 2402.00 7744.00 22.00 16.00 38.00 0.41 0.67 0.49
Kogi 27337.00 20425.00 47762.00 961.00 516.00 1477.00 3.52 2.53 3.09

Kwara 12261.00 9934.00 22195.00 449.00 352.00 801.00 3.66 3.54 3.61

Lagos 80049.00 79541.00 159593.00 11190.00 7947.00 19137.00 13.98 9.99 11.99
Nassarawa 17804.00 10152.00 27956.00 587.00 255.00 842.00 3.30 2.51 3.01

Niger 13019.00 7975.00 20994.00 603.00 235.00 838.00 4.63 2.95 3.99
Ogun 22981.00 20817.00 43798.00 1966.00 1462.00 3428.00 8.55 7.02 7.83

Ondo 17610.00 14657.00 32267.00 1085.00 742.00 1827.00 6.16 5.06 5.66

Osun 20517.00 17461.00 37978.00 1448.00 1205.00 2653.00 7.06 6.90 6.99

Oyo 28724.00 26255.00 54979.00 1945.00 1494.00 3439.00 6.77 5.69 6.26
Plateau 17764.00 13769.00 31533.00 593.00 315.00 908.00 3.34 2.29 2.88

Rivers 37268.00 29334.00 76602.00 8324.00 6084.00 14408.00 22.34 20.74 18.81
Sokoto 11751.00 3469.00 15220.00 427.00 132.00 559.00 3.63 3.81 3.67

Taraba 9339.00 4835.00 14174.00 103.00 34.00 137.00 1.10 0.70 0.97

Yobe 9150.00 2727.00 11877.00 124.00 39.00 163.00 1.36 1.43 1.37

Zamfara 8043.00 2254.00 10297.00 52.00 17.00 99.00 0.65 0.75 0.96
FCT 3878.00 4279.00 8157.00 523.00 76.00 799.00 13.49 1.78 9.80

TOTAL 649726.00 526504.00 1184223.00 60986.00 44514.00 110417.00 9.39 8.45 9.32

Source: West Africa Examination Council, Lagos.

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TABLE3.11e: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE 2007.
STATE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM % OF CANDIDATES WITH
SAT FOR THE EXAMS OF FIVE (5) CREDITS MIN OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. (INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
& MATHEMATICS) MATHS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F
Abia 13212.00 16840.00 30052.00 2246.00 2273.00 4319.00 17.00 13.50 14.37

Adamawa 15947.00 9250.00 25197.00 168.00 68.00 236.00 1.05 0.74 0.94

Akwa Ibom 24911.00 26607.00 51518.00 2687.00 2644.00 5331.00 10.79 9.94 10.35

Anambra 11608.00 16680.00 28288.00 1308.00 1132.00 2440.00 11.27 6.79 8.63

Bauchi 7463.00 2592.00 13055.00 1355.00 741.00 2096.00 18.16 28.59 16.06

Bayelsa 6965.00 3846.00 10811.00 169.00 102.00 271.00 2.43 2.65 2.51

Benue 25609.00 17362.00 42971.00 843.00 324.00 1167.00 3.29 1.87 2.72

Borno 13663.00 7588.00 21251.00 384.00 239.00 623.00 2.81 3.15 2.93

Cross River 12785.00 11061.00 23854.00 504.00 355.00 859.00 3.94 3.21 3.60

Delta 12814.00 12127.00 24941.00 1810.00 1329.00 3131.00 14.13 10.96 12.55

Ebonyi 16516.00 15693.00 32209.00 745.00 568.00 1313.00 4.51 3.62 4.08

Edo 42643.00 39363.00 82006.00 8150.00 6583.00 14733.00 19.11 16.72 17.97

Ekiti 10953.00 10084.00 21037.00 1043.00 959.00 2002.00 9.52 9.51 9.52

Enugu 17330.00 23490.00 40827.00 1817.00 1712.00 3529.00 10.48 7.29 8.64

Gombe 4422.00 2908.00 7330.00 70.00 36.00 106.00 1.58 1.24 1.45

Imo 13486.00 16605.00 30091.00 1134.00 1365.00 2499.00 8.41 8.22 8.30

Jigawa 8873.00 1914.00 10787.00 65.00 37.00 102.00 0.73 1.93 0.95

Kaduna 31854.00 21828.00 53682.00 2449.00 1689.00 4138.00 7.69 7.74 7.71

Kano 23465.00 11671.00 35136.00 1291.00 857.00 2148.00 5.50 7.34 6.11

Katsina 16515.00 5618.00 22133.00 426.00 265.00 691.00 2.58 4.72 3.12

Kebbi 6338.00 2658.00 8996.00 42.00 13.00 55.00 0.66 0.49 0.61

Kogi 28666.00 21174.00 49840.00 659.00 419.00 1078.00 2.30 1.98 2.16

Kwara 13402.00 10834.00 24236.00 505.00 424.00 929.00 3.77 3.91 3.83

Lagos 83258.00 82449.00 165707.00 8502.00 6188.00 14690.00 10.21 7.51 8.87

Nassarawa 19641.00 11742.00 31383.00 359.00 195.00 554.00 1.83 1.66 1.77

Niger 13950.00 8877.00 22827.00 334.00 187.00 621.00 2.39 2.11 2.72

Ogun 25450.00 23410.00 48860.00 1461.00 1211.00 2672.00 5.74 5.17 5.47

Ondo 18425.00 15714.00 34131.00 1575.00 1236.00 2811.00 8.55 7.87 8.24

Osun 19874.00 17013.00 36887.00 971.00 842.00 1814.00 4.89 4.95 4.92

Oyo 31422.00 29257.00 60671.00 1332.00 990.00 2322.00 4.24 3.38 3.83

Plateau 19662.00 16087.00 35749.00 677.00 384.00 1061.00 3.44 2.39 2.97

Rivers 42295.00 44709.00 87004.00 8598.00 7020.00 15618.00 20.33 15.70 17.95
Sokoto 9766.00 3077.00 12843.00 252.00 130.00 365.00 2.58 4.22 2.84

Taraba 9669.00 5359.00 15028.00 202.00 109.00 311.00 2.09 2.03 2.07

Yobe 10313.00 3534.00 13847.00 181.00 82.00 263.00 1.76 2.32 1.90

Zamfara 9719.00 2686.00 12405.00 135.00 18.00 153.00 1.39 0.67 1.23

FCT 3955.00 4287.00 8242.00 630.00 452.00 1082.00 15.93 10.54 13.13

TOTAL 696839.00 575994.00 1275832.00 55079.00 43178.00 98133.00 7.90 7.50 7.69
Source: West Africa Examination Council, Lagos.

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TABLE 3.11f: STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2008.
STATE TOTAL NUMBER OF CANDIDATES CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF PERCENTAGE OF
WHO SAT FOR THE EXAMINATION FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUN
ENGLISH LANG. & MATHEMATICS) OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHEMATICS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F %M %F M&F
Abia 14036.00 17618.00 31654.00 2868.00 2637.00 5505.00 20.43 14.97 17.39

Adamawa 19037.00 11187.00 30224.00 232.00 104.00 336.00 1.22 0.93 1.11

Akwa-Ibom 26324.00 28557.00 54881.00 4122.00 4073.00 8195.00 15.66 14.26 14.93

Anambra 11898.00 16804.00 28702.00 2320.00 1830.00 4150.00 19.50 10.89 14.46

Bauchi 7614.00 5906.00 13520.00 1145.00 619.00 1764.00 15.04 10.48 13.05

Bayelsa 7030.00 4341.00 11371.00 242.00 147.00 389.00 3.44 3.39 3.42
Benue 24549.00 16861.00 41410.00 1316.00 563.00 1879.00 5.36 3.34 4.54

Borno 14384.00 8781.00 23165.00 472.00 335.00 807.00 3.28 3.82 3.48

Cross River 18178.00 15365.00 33543.00 1496.00 1023.00 2519.00 8.23 6.66 7.51

Delta 13810.00 12955.00 26765.00 2741.00 1779.00 4520.00 19.85 13.73 16.89

Ebonyi 16434.00 16141.00 32575.00 890.00 736.00 1626.00 5.42 4.56 4.99

Edo 47636.00 45154.00 92790.00 9243.00 7393.00 16636.00 19.40 16.37 17.93
Ekiti 11215.00 10224.00 21439.00 797.00 718.00 1515.00 7.11 7.02 7.07

Enugu 18155.00 13389.00 41544.00 2874.00 2541.00 5415.00 15.83 18.98 13.03
Gombe 4005.00 2714.00 6719.00 75.00 49.00 124.00 1.87 1.81 1.85

Imo 12897.00 15722.00 28619.00 1835.00 2063.00 3898.00 14.23 13.12 13.62
Jigawa 8661.00 2037.00 10698.00 70.00 35.00 105.00 0.81 1.72 0.98

Kaduna 33065.00 23677.00 56742.00 2867.00 1934.00 4801.00 8.67 8.17 8.46
Kano 28672.00 14216.00 42888.00 2065.00 1324.00 3389.00 7.20 9.31 7.90

Katsina 16486.00 6407.00 22893.00 532.00 232.00 764.00 3.23 3.62 3.34
Kebbi 7100.00 2587.00 9687.00 75.00 24.00 99.00 1.06 0.93 1.02

Kogi 26618.00 20156.00 46774.00 1351.00 769.00 2120.00 5.08 3.82 4.53

Kwara 12486.00 10027.00 22513.00 369.00 320.00 689.00 2.96 3.19 3.06

Lagos 86473.00 86443.00 172916.00 11916.00 8792.00 20708.00 13.78 10.17 11.98

Nassarawa 22208.00 12638.00 34846.00 322.00 112.00 434.00 1.45 0.89 1.25

Niger 17513.00 10480.00 27993.00 622.00 298.00 920.00 3.55 2.84 3.29

Ogun 26131.00 24176.00 50307.00 1917.00 1555.00 3472.00 7.34 6.43 6.90

Ondo 18346.00 16405.00 34751.00 1521.00 1171.00 2692.00 8.29 7.14 7.75

Osun 20654.00 18630.00 39284.00 1295.00 1188.00 2483.00 6.27 6.38 6.32

Oyo 32926.00 30408.00 63334.00 1642.00 1262.00 2904.00 4.99 4.15 4.59
Plateau 22886.00 18242.00 41128.00 1001.00 624.00 1625.00 4.37 3.42 3.95

Rivers 48655.00 50616.00 99271.00 10331.00 7832.00 18163.00 21.23 15.47 18.30

Sokoto 11265.00 3678.00 14943.00 311.00 213.00 524.00 2.76 5.79 3.51

Taraba 14515.00 7576.00 22091.00 211.00 85.00 296.00 1.45 1.12 1.34

Yobe 10211.00 3541.00 13752.00 125.00 65.00 190.00 1.22 1.84 1.38

Zamfara 10378.00 3281.00 13659.00 104.00 31.00 135.00 1.00 0.94 0.99
FCT 4710.00 5070.00 9780.00 803.00 553.00 1356.00 17.05 10.91 13.87

TOTAL 747161.0 612010.00 1369171.00 72118.00 55029.00 127147.00 9.65 8.99 9.29
0
Source: West Africa Examination Council, Lagos.

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TABLE 3.11g STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2003.
% OF CANDIDATES
CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF FIVE
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO WITH MIN OF FIVE (5)
(5) CREDITS (INCLUDING ENGLISH
STATE SAT THE EXAMination CREDITS (INCLUDING
LANG. & MATHEMATICS)
ENG.& MATHS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F
Abia 6918.00 8812.00 15730.00 2209.00 2290.00 4499.00 31.93 25.99 28.60
Adamawa 11119.00 5491.00 16610.00 373.00 145.00 518.00 3.35 2.64 3.12
Akwa Ibom 17109.00 19079.00 36188.00 8218.00 9701.00 17919.00 48.03 50.85 49.52
Anambra 7344.00 10867.00 18211.00 1776.00 1839.00 3615.00 24.18 16.92 19.85
Bauchi 8510.00 4006.00 12516.00 721.00 389.00 1110.00 8.47 9.71 8.87
Bayelsa 5758.00 3974.00 9732.00 3779.00 2734.00 6513.00 65.63 68.80 66.92
Benue 20907.00 13429.00 34336.00 5615.00 3599.00 9214.00 26.86 26.80 26.83
Borno 9905.00 5714.00 15619.00 1185.00 1013.00 2198.00 11.96 17.73 14.07
Cross River 16000.00 14648.00 30648.00 4691.00 4320.00 9011.00 29.32 29.49 29.40
Delta 19848.00 18499.00 38347.00 7700.00 6901.00 14601.00 38.79 37.30 38.08
Ebonyi 7865.00 7124.00 14989.00 2508.00 2222.00 4730.00 31.89 31.19 31.56
Edo 22640.00 19377.00 42017.00 13466.00 11953.00 25419.00 59.48 61.69 60.50
Ekiti 10906.00 9688.00 20594.00 2107.00 2160.00 4267.00 19.32 22.30 20.72
Enugu 12157.00 18772.00 30929.00 3872.00 6161.00 10033.00 31.85 32.82 32.44
Gombe 6070.00 2810.00 8880.00 163.00 108.00 271.00 2.69 3.84 3.05
Imo 13155.00 16945.00 30100.00 2826.00 3728.00 6554.00 21.48 22.00 21.77
Jigawa 4309.00 988.00 5297.00 1393.00 241.00 1634.00 32.33 24.39 30.85
Kaduna 24058.00 15386.00 39444.00 5349.00 3964.00 9313.00 22.23 25.76 23.61
Kano 16710.00 6768.00 23478.00 1329.00 1010.00 2339.00 7.95 14.92 9.96
Katsina 8325.00 2756.00 11081.00 165.00 186.00 351.00 1.98 6.75 3.17
Kebbi 6333.00 2059.00 8392.00 1213.00 411.00 1624.00 19.15 19.96 19.35
Kogi 17960.00 13604.00 31564.00 5232.00 3792.00 9024.00 29.13 27.87 28.59
Kwara 18387.00 14815.00 33202.00 8310.00 6814.00 15124.00 45.19 45.99 45.55
Lagos 41513.00 43089.00 84602.00 12064.00 11115.00 23179.00 29.06 25.80 27.40
Nassarawa 11976.00 6212.00 18188.00 973.00 557.00 1530.00 8.12 8.97 8.41
Niger 14006.00 7689.00 21695.00 2096.00 1170.00 3266.00 14.97 15.22 15.05
Ogun 16430.00 15097.00 31527.00 8765.00 8059.00 16824.00 53.35 53.38 53.36
Ondo 16257.00 13721.00 29978.00 3803.00 2975.00 6778.00 23.39 21.68 22.61
Osun 16433.00 14795.00 31228.00 4726.00 4530.00 9256.00 28.76 30.62 29.64
Oyo 27603.00 24673.00 52276.00 2793.00 2387.00 5180.00 10.12 9.67 9.91
Plateau 13610.00 10540.00 24150.00 2010.00 1371.00 3381.00 14.77 13.01 14.00
Rivers 20030.00 20255.00 40285.00 6940.00 7099.00 14039.00 34.65 35.05 34.85
Sokoto 6737.00 2260.00 8997.00 252.00 621.00 873.00 3.74 27.48 9.70
Taraba 6638.00 3150.00 9788.00 420.00 190.00 610.00 6.33 6.03 6.23
Yobe 5707.00 1664.00 7371.00 186.00 16.00 202.00 3.26 0.96 2.74
Zamfara 5956.00 1681.00 7637.00 1630.00 55.00 1685.00 27.37 3.27 22.06
FCT 3459.00 3379.00 6838.00 494.00 259.00 753.00 14.28 7.66 11.01
498648.0
TOTAL 403816.00 902464.00 131352.00 116085.00 247437.00 26.34 28.75 27.42
0
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

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TABLE 3.11h STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2004.
STATE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM % OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
SAT THE EXAMINATION OF FIVE (5) CREDITS OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. (INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
& MATHEMATICS) MATHS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F
Abia 24.08 21.84 22.82
7,478 9,751 17,229 1,801 2,130 3,931
Adamawa 1.89 1.93 1.90
12,674 6,844 19,518 239 132 371
Akwa Ibom 22.19 25.32 23.83
19,823 21,747 41,570 4,398 5,507 9,905
Anambra 20.33 14.17 16.49
7,261 11,993 19,254 1,476 1,699 3,175
Bauchi 6.64 4.80 6.09
9,937 4,273 14,210 660 205 865
Bayelsa 36.30 40.92 38.16
5,391 3,644 9,035 1,957 1,491 3,448
Benue 14.02 13.04 13.63
20,737 13,818 34,555 2,907 1,802 4,709
Borno 11.84 15.30 13.02
10,538 5,478 16,016 1,248 838 2,086
Cross River 11.25 12.78 11.98
13,951 12,823 26,774 1,569 1,639 3,208
Delta 14.08 13.58 13.83
18,712 18,643 37,355 2,635 2,532 5,167
Ebonyi 28.48 27.74 28.12
8,705 8,137 16,842 2,479 2,257 4,736
Edo 43.11 43.03 43.08
21,523 19,289 40,812 9,279 8,301 17,580
Ekiti 19.48 21.01 20.23
8,720 8,261 16,981 1,699 1,736 3,435
Enugu 24.45 22.80 23.46
12,648 18,779 31,427 3,093 4,281 7,374
Gombe 2.24 0.95 1.86
7,648 3,144 10,792 171 30 201
Imo 14.14 13.67 13.87
12,401 16,471 28,872 1,753 2,252 4,005
Jigawa 19.66 23.08 20.31
4,996 1,174 6,170 982 271 1,253
Kaduna 9.89 10.85 10.27
25,561 16,729 42,290 2,529 1,815 4,344
Kano 1.21 1.53 1.30
18,836 7,667 26,503 227 117 344
Katsina 2.29 11.68 4.59
10,031 3,254 13,285 230 380 610
Kebbi 4.60 8.39 5.59
6,539 2,299 8,838 301 193 494
Kogi 7.31 6.58 7.00
20,686 15,415 36,101 1,513 1,014 2,527
Kwara 6.84 7.06 6.93
14,556 11,530 26,086 995 814 1,809
Lagos 22.18 19.03 20.55
32,717 35,108 67,825 7,255 6,681 13,936
Nassarawa 7.38 6.83 7.19
12,506 6,769 19,275 923 462 1,385
Niger 7.98 9.02 8.38
12,807 7,892 20,699 1,022 712 1,734
Ogun 32.93 34.67 33.78
13,370 12,736 26,106 4,403 4,416 8,819
Ondo 16.01 16.01 16.01
17,379 14,961 32,340 2,782 2,395 5,177
Osun 27.82 29.32 28.54
17,828 16,304 34,132 4,959 4,781 9,740

14.79 14.43 14.61


Oyo 22,870 21,948 44,818 3,383 3,167 6,550
Plateau 4.45 4.53 4.48
13,354 10,462 23,816 594 474 1,068
Rivers 28.26 28.03 28.14
21,362 21,402 42,764 6,036 5,998 12,034
Sokoto 0.30 1.07 0.47

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8,933 2,431 11,364 27 26 53
Taraba 5.38 5.53 5.43
6,883 3,254 10,137 370 180 550
Yobe 1.28 1.92 1.43
5,781 1,768 7,549 74 34 108
Zamfara 0.74 4.35 1.45
7,392 1,792 9,184 55 78 133
FCT 14.66 12.17 13.42
3,548 3,501 7,049 520 426 946
TOTAL 15.43 17.75 16.47
496,082 401,491 897,573 76,544 71,266 147,810
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

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TABLE 3.11i STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2005.
STATE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM % OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN OF
WHO SAT FOR THE OF FIVE (5) CREDITS FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
EXAMINATION (INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. & ENG. LANG & MATHS)
MATHEMATICS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F
Abia 14.05 14.52 14.31
7,254 8,751 16,005 1,019 1,271 2,290
Adamawa 5.08 4.30 4.80
12,925 7,230 20,155 657 311 968
Akwa Ibom 10.46 10.53 10.50
13,084 14,576 27,660 1,369 1,535 2,904
Anambra 10.77 8.95 9.69
5,711 8,292 14,003 615 742 1,357
Bauchi 6.81 7.76 7.07
12,402 4,615 17,017 845 358 1,203
Bayelsa 15.39 17.29 16.18
6,050 4,320 10,370 931 747 1,678
Benue 8.34 7.15 7.87
21,810 14,376 36,186 1,820 1,028 2,848
Borno 8.92 15.38 11.16
11,033 5,866 16,899 984 902 1,886
Cross River 15.15 11.13 13.21
4,437 4,143 8,580 672 461 1,133
Delta 9.81 9.00 9.41
16,218 15,415 31,633 1,591 1,387 2,978
Ebonyi 9.87 9.04 9.48
10,530 9,400 19,930 1,039 850 1,889
Edo 26.62 26.52 26.57
22,962 20,566 43,528 6,112 5,455 11,567
Ekiti 17.53 19.26 18.36
8,130 7,444 15,574 1,425 1,434 2,859
Enugu 10.63 11.25 11.00
13,693 19,693 33,386 1,456 2,215 3,671
Gombe 1.70 1.77 1.72
9,309 4,239 13,548 158 75 233
Imo 4.86 5.07 4.98
12,830 15,360 28,190 624 779 1,403
Jigawa 53.97 30.37 49.69
5,188 1,149 6,337 2,800 349 3,149
Kaduna 0.25 0.47 0.33
28,205 17,375 45,580 71 81 152
Kano 3.30 5.84 4.00
22,290 8,418 30,708 736 492 1,228
Katsina 5.71 4.37 5.35
11,288 4,094 15,382 644 179 823
Kebbi 6.69 13.16 8.29
8,023 2,636 10,659 537 347 884
Kogi 7.73 7.58 7.66
18,676 14,100 32,776 1,443 1,069 2,512
Kwara 7.09 5.91 6.57
14,194 11,357 25,551 1,007 671 1,678
Lagos 13.59 12.40 12.98
29,235 31,027 60,262 3,973 3,848 7,821
Nassarawa 11.92 11.03 11.61
14,200 7,744 21,944 1,693 854 2,547
Niger 3.97 3.37 3.75
14,257 8,538 22,795 566 288 854
Ogun 16.64 16.99 16.81
11,950 11,398 23,348 1,988 1,936 3,924
Ondo 3.20 3.51 3.34
18,013 14,192 32,205 577 498 1,075
Osun 9.46 10.88 10.11
20,067 17,205 37,272 1,898 1,872 3,770
Oyo 21,209 19,426 40,635 2,145 1,782 3,927 10.11 9.17 9.66

Plateau 3.67 2.96 3.36


16,201 12,358 28,559 595 366 961
87
Rivers 11.80 12.44 12.12
17,236 17,011 34,247 2,034 2,117 4,151
Sokoto 3.23 7.38 4.13
11,984 3,322 15,306 387 245 632
Taraba 3.18 2.83 3.07
9,142 4,422 13,564 291 125 416
Yobe 0.78 1.78 1.01
7,397 2,137 9,534 58 38 96
Zamfara 10.48 17.40 11.83
8,638 2,098 10,736 905 365 1,270
FCT 10.24 8.76 9.53
3,651 3,423 7,074 374 300 674
TOTAL 9.22 9.89 9.51
499,422 377,716 877,138 46,039 37,372 83,411
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

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TABLE 3.11j STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2006.
STATE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF % OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN OF
SAT FOR THE EXAMINATION FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENGLISH LANG. & ENG. LANG & MATHS)
MATHEMATICS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F
Abia 7477.00 9139.00 16616.00 3465.00 3766.00 7231.00 46.34 41.21 43.52
Adamawa 17300.00 8849.00 26149.00 1815.00 901.00 2716.00 10.49 10.18 10.39
Akwa Ibom 16612.00 18097.00 34709.00 5199.00 5729.00 10928.00 31.30 31.66 31.48
Anambra 7505.00 10787.00 18292.00 2406.00 2604.00 5010.00 32.06 24.14 27.39
Bauchi 14154.00 5594.00 19748.00 3328.00 1501.00 4829.00 23.51 26.83 24.45
Bayelsa 6582.00 4872.00 11454.00 3619.00 2771.00 6390.00 54.98 56.88 55.79
Benue 25026.00 16897.00 41923.00 7928.00 5019.00 12947.00 31.68 29.70 30.88
Borno 12703.00 6638.00 19341.00 2106.00 1126.00 3232.00 16.58 16.96 16.71
Cross River 6935.00 6361.00 13296.00 1711.00 1629.00 3340.00 24.67 25.61 25.12
Delta 13566.00 13454.00 27020.00 3772.00 3495.00 7267.00 27.80 25.98 26.89
Ebonyi 11739.00 10948.00 22687.00 2802.00 2573.00 5375.00 23.87 23.50 23.69
Edo 21894.00 19887.00 41781.00 8823.00 8197.00 17020.00 40.30 41.22 40.74
Ekiti 8090.00 7550.00 15640.00 4035.00 3828.00 7863.00 49.88 50.70 50.27
Enugu 14994.00 20908.00 35902.00 4583.00 5827.00 10410.00 30.57 27.87 29.00
Gombe 10242.00 4367.00 14609.00 775.00 403.00 1178.00 7.57 9.23 8.06
Imo 12316.00 15153.00 27469.00 4100.00 5457.00 9557.00 33.29 36.01 34.79
Jigawa 5982.00 1333.00 7315.00 2238.00 335.00 2573.00 37.41 25.13 35.17
Kaduna 30328.00 18651.00 48979.00 7557.00 5566.00 13123.00 24.92 29.84 26.79
Kano 22093.00 9173.00 31266.00 2202.00 1246.00 3448.00 9.97 13.58 11.03
Katsina 13510.00 4987.00 18497.00 2285.00 856.00 3141.00 16.91 17.16 16.98
Kebbi 8620.00 3008.00 11628.00 1051.00 307.00 1358.00 12.19 10.21 11.68
Kogi 17562.00 14417.00 31979.00 6714.00 5431.00 12145.00 38.23 37.67 37.98
Kwara 15886.00 12568.00 28454.00 3514.00 2709.00 6223.00 22.12 21.55 21.87
Lagos 25046.00 27964.00 53010.00 8148.00 8152.00 16300.00 32.53 29.15 30.75
Nassarawa 17026.00 9513.00 26539.00 5459.00 2872.00 8331.00 32.06 30.19 31.39
Niger 17794.00 10182.00 27976.00 2213.00 1370.00 3583.00 12.44 13.46 12.81
Ogun 13342.00 12901.00 26243.00 5792.00 5623.00 11415.00 43.41 43.59 43.50
Ondo 18412.00 15148.00 33560.00 3972.00 2979.00 6951.00 21.57 19.67 20.71
Osun 18163.00 16280.00 34443.00 5888.00 5396.00 11284.00 32.42 33.14 32.76
Oyo 22080.00 20786.00 42866.00 6503.00 5783.00 12286.00 29.45 27.82 28.66
Plateau 15821.00 12736.00 28557.00 2485.00 1727.00 4212.00 15.71 13.56 14.75
Rivers 19699.00 19532.00 39231.00 5852.00 5840.00 11692.00 29.71 29.90 29.80
Sokoto 12095.00 3011.00 15106.00 673.00 381.00 1054.00 5.56 12.65 6.98
Taraba 10277.00 5108.00 15385.00 1651.00 912.00 2563.00 16.06 17.85 16.66
Yobe 9260.00 2714.00 11974.00 989.00 647.00 1636.00 10.68 23.84 13.66
Zamfara 17026.00 9513.00 26539.00 5459.00 2872.00 8331.00 32.06 30.19 31.39
FCT 3633.00 3970.00 7603.00 928.00 779.00 1707.00 25.54 19.62 22.45
TOTAL 540790.00 412996.00 953786.00 142040.00 116609.00 258649.00 26.27 28.23 27.12
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

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TABLE 3.11k STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2007.
STATE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM % OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
WHO SAT FOR THE OF FIVE (5) CREDITS OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
EXAMINATION (INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. & (INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHEMATICS) MATHS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F

Abia 49.38 43.80 46.35


7,881 9,364 17,245 3,892 4,101 7,993
Adamawa 9.28 8.33 8.94
15,710 8,867 24,577 1,458 739 2,197
Akwa Ibom 36.88 38.30 37.62
18,273 19,583 37,856 6,739 7,501 14,240
Anambra 39.54 31.24 34.69
7,881 11,084 18,965 3,116 3,463 6,579
Bauchi 14.82 13.12 14.33
16,675 6,737 23,412 2,471 884 3,355
Bayelsa 60.39 61.95 61.07
7,771 5,990 13,761 4,693 3,711 8,404
Benue 34.56 31.52 33.32
25,065 17,271 42,336 8,662 5,443 14,105
Borno 13.36 13.66 13.46
13,379 7,044 20,423 1,787 962 2,749
Cross River 39.02 38.44 38.74
7,720 6,992 14,712 3,012 2,688 5,700
Delta 46.10 44.23 45.17
14,225 14,123 28,348 6,558 6,247 12,805
Ebonyi 35.37 34.63 35.02
11,927 10,628 22,555 4,218 3,681 7,899
Edo 51.76 52.63 52.18
21,701 20,304 42,005 11,232 10,686 21,918
Ekiti 52.08 53.65 52.83
9,250 8,625 17,875 4,817 4,627 9,444
Enugu 33.31 30.64 31.76
15,629 21,435 37,064 5,206 6,567 11,773
Gombe 9.05 8.68 8.93
11,745 5,314 17,059 1,063 461 1,524
Imo 41.71 46.39 44.31
11,778 14,755 26,533 4,913 6,845 11,758
Jigawa 31.33 35.44 32.01
6,958 1,377 8,335 2,180 488 2,668
Kaduna 24.80 27.16 25.71
32,446 20,119 52,565 8,048 5,465 13,513
Kano 17.84 21.90 18.96
28,014 10,713 38,727 4,997 2,346 7,343
Katsina 21.30 24.64 22.10
18,195 5,759 23,954 3,875 1,419 5,294
Kebbi 18.23 16.81 17.86
10,083 3,475 13,558 1,838 584 2,422
Kogi 35.53 34.57 35.11
19,622 15,423 35,045 6,972 5,332 12,304
Kwara 29.85 30.25 30.03
18,872 14,513 33,385 5,634 4,390 10,024
Lagos 41.26 38.12 39.65
28,697 30,117 58,814 11,839 11,480 23,319
Nassarawa 29.02 31.12 29.80
20,009 11,949 31,958 5,806 3,719 9,525
Niger 19.03 20.51 19.59
18,204 11,285 29,489 3,464 2,314 5,778
Ogun 46.86 46.13 46.50
16,159 15,483 31,642 7,572 7,143 14,715
Ondo 26.17 24.09 25.22
18,481 15,583 34,064 4,837 3,754 8,591
Osun 23.74 23.94 23.84
16,975 15,225 32,200 4,030 3,645 7,675
Oyo 32.24 29.84 31.06
25,849 25,137 50,986 8,335 7,502 15,837

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Plateau 24.09 21.76 23.03
18,249 15,297 33,546 4,397 3,328 7,725

Rivers 38.01 39.50 38.74


18,795 17,905 36,700 7,144 7,072 14,216
Sokoto 6.30 17.89 9.02
10,404 3,192 13,596 655 571 1,226
Taraba 12.11 13.09 12.45
10,461 5,500 15,961 1,267 720 1,987
Yobe 0.70 1.38 0.87
10,459 3,554 14,013 73 49 122
Zamfara 1.03 1.24 1.07
11,161 2,817 13,978 115 35 150
FCT 36.98 35.06 35.98
3,921 4,233 8,154 1,450 1,484 2,934
TOTAL 29.10 32.38 30.51
578,624 436,772 1,015,396 168,365 141,446 309,811
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

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TABLE 3.11l STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2008.
STATE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF FIVE % OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
SAT FOR THE EXAMINATION (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING ENGLISH OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
LANG. & MATHEMATICS) (INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F

Abia na na 19,308 4,948 10,895 25.63 30.80 56.43


5,947
Adamawa na na 31,125 9,676 15,365 31.09 18.28 49.37
5,689
Akwa Ibom na na 41,041 12,061 25,250 29.39 32.16 61.52
13,199
Anambra na na 21,123 5,948 12,664 28.16 31.79 59.95
6,716
Bauchi na na 28,789 10,272 14,625 35.68 15.12 50.80
4,353
Bayelsa na na 14,374 5,850 10,505 40.70 32.38 73.08
4,655
Benue na na 49,368 19,340 31,791 39.18 25.22 64.40
12,451
Borno na na 23,337 8,973 14,822 38.45 25.06 63.51
5,849
Cross River na na 20,036 7,250 13,391 36.18 25.61 66.83
5,131
Delta na na 32,474 11,511 23,101 35.45 35.69 71.14
11,590
Ebonyi na na 29,805 9,376 18,188 31.46 29.57 61.02
8,812
Edo na na 49,538 19,661 37,370 39.69 35.75 75.44
17,709
Ekiti na na 21,049 7,244 13,966 34.41 30.98 66.35
6,522
Enugu na na 39,060 10,399 23,596 26.62 33.79 60.41
13,197
Gombe na na 22,601 9,816 14,038 43.43 18.68 62.11
4,222
Imo na na 16,434 6,601 9,027 40.17 14.76 54.93
2,426
Jigawa na na 13,875 4,877 5,661 35.15 5.65 40.80
784
Kaduna na na 60,251 19,761 33,506 32.80 22.81 55.61
13,745
Kano na na 50,520 18,801 26,696 37.21 15.63 52.84
7,895
Katsina na na 23,497 10,305 14,060 43.86 15.98 59.84
3,755
Kebbi na na 16,271 3,661 5,197 22.50 9.44 31.94
1,536
Kogi na na 38,231 13,684 24,075 35.79 27.18 62.97
10,391
Kwara na na 28,067 6,475 11,333 23.07 17.31 40.38
4,858
Lagos na na 72,922 20,889 41,171 28.65 27.81 56.46
20,282
Nassarawa na na 40,560 15,893 24,901 39.18 22.21 61.39
9,008
Niger na na 30,972 9,287 14,526 29.99 16.92 46.90
5,239
Ogun na na 34,041 11,893 23,216 34.94 33.26 68.20
11,323
Ondo na na 34,358 8,684 16,188 25.28 21.84 47.12
7,504
Osun na na 36,623 11,015 20,723 30.08 26.51 56.58
9,708
Oyo na na 53,939 14,810 28,231 27.46 24.88 52.34
13,421
Plateau na na 41,812 9,072 16,045 21.70 16.68 38.37
6,973

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Rivers na na 41,765 13,359 26,073 31.99 30.44 62.43
12,714
Sokoto na na 16,434 6,601 9,027 40.17 14.76 54.93
2,426
Taraba na na 24,963 5,229 7,608 20.95 9.53 30.48
2,379
Yobe na na 13,941 3,991 5,369 28.63 9.88 38.51
1,378
Zamfara na na 16,095 2,691 3,362 16.72 4.17 20.89
671
FCT na na 9,504 2,096 3,986 22.05 19.89 41.94
1,890
TOTAL na na 1,158,103 372,000 649,548 32.12 23.86 56.09
276,348
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

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TABLE 3.11m STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2003.
STATE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO SAT CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF % OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN OF
THE EXAMINATION FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENGLISH LANG. & MATHEMATICS) ENG. LANG & MATHS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F

Abia 6.97 6.66 6.81


1,879 2,086 3,965 131 139 270
Adamawa 0.43 0.34 0.40
1,164 581 1,745 5 2 7
Akwa Ibom 32.10 44.70 38.43
1,601 1,613 3,214 514 721 1,235
Anambra 7.62 12.43 10.58
2,271 3,619 5,890 173 450 623
Bauchi 1.96 2.01 1.97
1,994 448 2,442 39 9 48
Bayelsa 6.12 8.08 6.81
654 359 1,013 40 29 69
Benue 9.44 9.88 9.58
1,462 729 2,191 138 72 210
Borno 1.83 0.85 1.57
985 353 1,338 18 3 21
Cross River 12.00 15.23 13.44
4,076 3,303 7,379 489 503 992
Delta 4.94 7.79 6.13
8,626 6,172 14,798 426 481 907
Ebonyi 12.21 16.21 14.24
2,522 2,585 5,107 308 419 727
Edo 6.50 10.76 8.10
5,989 3,616 9,605 389 389 778
Ekiti 4.78 5.34 4.99
2,697 1,649 4,346 129 88 217
Enugu 1.22 17.46 3.39
58,796 9,046 67,842 719 1,579 2,298
Gombe 1.61 0.82 1.45
931 243 1,174 15 2 17
Imo 13.81 18.36 16.36
2,708 3,453 6,161 374 634 1,008
Jigawa 3.82 6.25 4.14
419 64 483 16 4 20
Kaduna 7.71 8.27 7.89
9,346 4,330 13,676 721 358 1,079
Kano 1.74 2.58 1.90
4,536 1,085 5,621 79 28 107
Katsina 1.55 1.13 1.47
1,872 444 2,316 29 5 34
Kebbi 7.23 5.32 6.74
1,245 432 1,677 90 23 113
Kogi 9.63 12.65 10.65
1,526 775 2,301 147 98 245
Kwara 16.06 16.12 16.09
13,325 14,351 27,676 2,140 2,313 4,453
Lagos 16.12 20.34 17.86
14,351 10,114 24,465 2,313 2,057 4,370
Nassarawa 4.95 8.51 5.97
1,050 423 1,473 52 36 88
Niger 3.73 3.04 3.50
3,805 1,910 5,715 142 58 200
Ogun 29.67 35.51 32.24
5,662 4,432 10,094 1,680 1,574 3,254
Ondo 6.12 7.33 6.61
6,779 4,627 11,406 415 339 754

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Osun 8.77 11.53 9.98
12,001 9,367 21,368 1,052 1,080 2,132
Oyo 11.23 14.59 12.76
23,361 19,588 42,949 2,623 2,857 5,480
Plateau 5.66 5.91 5.76
2,684 1,811 4,495 152 107 259

Rivers 9.62 14.15 11.65


4,846 3,958 8,804 466 560 1,026
Sokoto 7.67 12.64 9.02
952 356 1,308 73 45 118
Taraba 3.38 5.62 3.90
296 89 385 10 5 15
Yobe - 4.49 0.00 3.57
245 63 308 11 11
Zamfara 3.78 4.05 3.83
767 148 915 29 6 35
FCT 4.39 4.84 4.58
5,493 4,173 9,666 241 202 443
TOTAL 7.70 14.11 10.04
212,916 122,395 335,311 16,388 17,275 33,663
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

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TABLE 3.11n STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2004.
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM % OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
SAT THE EXAMINATION OF FIVE (5) CREDITS OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
STATE (INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. (INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
& MATHEMATICS) MATHS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F

Abia 1,620 14.00 18.89 16.72


1,293 2,913 181 306 487
Adamawa 273 2.75 0.73 2.20
728 1,001 20 2 22
Akwa Ibom 1,763 28.37 33.47 30.92
1,766 3,529 501 590 1,091
Anambra 3,047 10.83 10.08 10.38
2,106 5,153 228 307 535
Bauchi 605 4.32 4.96 4.45
2,337 2,942 101 30 131
Bayelsa 260 16.34 20.77 17.93
465 725 76 54 130
Benue 605 4.32 4.96 4.45
2,337 2,942 101 30 131
Borno 422 3.20 2.61 3.06
1,373 1,795 44 11 55
Cross River 2,611 13.29 14.98 14.11
2,777 5,388 369 391 760
Delta 7,090 16.05 17.83 16.83
9,127 16,217 1,465 1,264 2,729
Ebonyi 2,639 14.16 17.66 15.94
2,550 5,189 361 466 827
Edo 3,857 25.48 27.98 26.48
5,746 9,603 1,464 1,079 2,543
Ekiti 1,563 10.16 13.76 11.55
2,499 4,062 254 215 469
Enugu 9,319 17.67 19.92 19.03
6,028 15,347 1,065 1,856 2,921
Gombe 1,620 4.25 0.74 2.01
917 2,537 39 12 51
Imo 4,161 22.55 27.18 25.18
3,157 7,318 712 1,131 1,843
Jigawa 197 35 232 1 - 1 0.51 0.00 0.43

Kaduna 9,250 4,399 13,649 1,618 1,003 2,621 17.49 22.80 19.20

Kano 4,750 931 5,681 131 43 174 2.76 4.62 3.06

Katsina 11,503 324 11,827 36 15 51 0.31 4.63 0.43

Kebbi 1,267 372 1,639 225 61 286 17.76 16.40 17.45

Kogi 1,526 910 2,436 61 60 121 4.00 6.59 4.97

Kwara 6,420 4,320 10,740 968 628 1,596 15.08 14.54 14.86

Lagos 15,046 11,375 26,421 3,420 2,920 6,340 22.73 25.67 24.00

Nassarawa 490 4.27 3.88 4.15


1,053 1,543 45 19 64
Niger 4,179 2,129 6,308 733 361 1,094 17.54 16.96 17.34

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Ogun 9,543 8,078 17,621 3,972 3,646 7,618 41.62 45.13 43.23

Ondo 6,327 4,412 10,739 495 380 875 7.82 8.61 8.15

Osun 14,942 12,388 27,330 1,857 1,780 3,637 12.43 14.37 13.31

Oyo 25,045 20,809 45,854 9,232 8,852 18,084 36.86 42.54 39.44

Plateau 2,997 2,053 5,050 377 285 662 12.58 13.88 13.11

Rivers 4,629 4,155 8,784 1,008 968 1,976 21.78 23.30 22.50

Sokoto 1,086 349 1,435 41 20 61 3.78 5.73 4.25

Taraba 76 13.62 18.42 14.71


257 333 35 14 49
Yobe 223 7.73 4.48 7.01
776 999 60 10 70
Zamfara 117 0.95 1.71 1.09
524 641 5 2 7
FCT 3,463 7.67 7.36 7.54
4,497 7,960 345 255 600
TOTAL 171,020 122,863 293,883 31,646 29,066 60,712 18.50 23.66 20.66

Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

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TABLE 3.11o STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2005
STATE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF % OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
WHO SAT THE EXAMINATION FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
ENGLISH LANG. & (INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHEMATICS) MATHS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F
Abia 899 1,121 219 363 582 24.36 32.38 28.81
2,020
Adamawa 744 336 29 8 37 3.90 2.38 3.43
1,080
Akwa Ibom 1,339 1,421 318 356 674 23.75 25.05 24.42
2,760
Anambra 1,570 2,280 190 325 515 12.10 14.25 13.38
3,850
Bauchi 2,024 568 66 31 97 3.26 5.46 3.74
2,592
Bayelsa 526 332 151 107 258 28.71 32.23 30.07
858
Benue 2,024 568 66 31 97 3.26 5.46 3.74
2,592
Borno 1,566 613 142 49 191 9.07 7.99 8.77
2,179
Cross River 2,344 2,224 203 246 449 8.66 11.06 9.83
4,568
Delta 10,013 8,136 292 308 600 2.92 3.79 3.31
18,149
Ebonyi 1,972 2,090 178 200 378 9.03 9.57 9.31
4,062
Edo 6,197 4,264 498 466 964 8.04 10.93 9.22
10,461
Ekiti 1,110 1,427 91 60 151 8.20 4.20 5.95
2,537
Enugu 5,491 8,353 535 1,079 1,614 9.74 12.92 11.66
13,844
Gombe 1,174 395 32 13 45 2.73 3.29 2.87
1,569
Imo 2,123 2,785 262 403 665 12.34 14.47 13.55
4,908
Jigawa - - - - - -

Kaduna 8,850 4,600 1,254 798 2,052 14.17 17.35 15.26


13,450
Kano 4,041 763 186 56 242 4.60 7.34 5.04
4,804
Katsina 2,010 404 100 31 131 4.98 7.67 5.43
2,414
Kebbi 1,276 311 129 38 167 10.11 12.22 10.52
1,587
Kogi 2,038 1,395 101 81 182 4.96 5.81 5.30
3,433
Kwara 7,261 5,501 726 662 1,388 10.00 12.03 10.88
12,762
Lagos 11,053 9,005 1,987 1,843 3,830 17.98 20.47 19.09
20,058
Nassarawa 1,239 664 199 104 303 16.06 15.66 15.92
1,903
Niger 4,334 2,536 961 634 1,595 22.17 25.00 23.22
6,870
Ogun 10,613 9,748 2,653 2,685 5,338 25.00 27.54 26.22
20,361
Ondo 4,542 3,512 248 198 446 5.46 5.64 5.54
8,054
Osun 13,690 11,336 1,801 1,450 3,251 13.16 12.79 12.99
25,026
Oyo 24,604 21,753 4,296 4,443 8,739 17.46 20.42 18.85
46,357
Plateau 3,081 2,244 322 236 558 10.45 10.52 10.48
5,325
Rivers 3,120 2,832 271 345 616 8.69 12.18 10.35
5,952

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Sokoto 1,162 1,298 26 131 157 2.24 10.09 6.38
2,460
Taraba 514 204 70 22 92 13.62 10.78 12.81
718
Yobe 913 190 124 8 132 13.58 4.21 11.97
1,103
Zamfara 383 74 23 9 32 6.01 12.16 7.00
457
FCT 3,178 2,604 368 264 632 11.58 10.14 10.93
5,782
TOTAL 149,018 117,887 19,117 18,083 37,200 12.83 15.34 13.94
266,905
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

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TABLE 3.11p STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2006
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF % OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
SAT THE EXAMINATION FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
ENGLISH LANG. & (INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
STATE MATHEMATICS) MATHS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F
Abia 1,157 1,183 2,340 148 168 316 12.79 14.20 13.50

Adamawa 905 415 1,320 48 19 67 5.30 4.58 5.08

Akwa Ibom 1,676 1,662 3,338 91 104 195 5.43 6.26 5.84

Anambra 1,518 2,072 3,590 196 241 437 12.91 11.63 12.17

Bauchi 1,911 589 2,500 337 70 407 17.63 11.88 16.28

Bayelsa 770 550 1,320 114 121 235 14.81 22.00 17.80

Benue 1,911 589 2,500 337 70 407 17.63 11.88 16.28

Borno 610 2,934 3,544 67 12 79 10.98 0.41 2.23

Cross River 2,539 3,560 6,099 223 17 240 8.78 0.48 3.94

Delta 7,867 10,046 17,913 628 223 851 7.98 2.22 4.75

Ebonyi 1,882 1,866 3,748 479 480 959 25.45 25.72 25.59

Edo 4,709 3,373 8,082 549 432 981 11.66 12.81 12.14

Ekiti 2,386 1,632 4,018 353 268 621 14.79 16.42 15.46

Enugu 4,646 6,436 11,082 574 877 1,451 12.35 13.63 13.09

Gombe 1,503 514 2,017 175 75 250 11.64 14.59 12.39

Imo 1,947 2,361 4,308 480 687 1,167 24.65 29.10 27.09

Jigawa - - - - - -

Kaduna 9,898 4,724 14,622 1,660 962 2,622 16.77 20.36 17.93

Kano 4,598 39 10 49 0.85

Katsina 2,449 531 2,980 296 62 358 12.09 11.68 12.01

Kebbi 1,916 495 2,411 225 84 309 11.74 16.97 12.82

Kogi 2,189 1,400 3,589 325 202 527 14.85 14.43 14.68

Kwara 8,824 6,577 15,401 959 659 1,618 10.87 10.02 10.51

Lagos 11,643 89,019 100,662 2,075 1,638 3,713 17.82 1.84 3.69

Nassarawa 2,315 1,339 3,654 424 308 732 18.32 23.00 20.03

Niger 6,103 3,546 9,649 1,539 862 2,401 25.22 24.31 24.88

Ogun 13,073 11,344 24,417 4,165 3,976 8,141 31.86 35.05 33.34

Ondo 5,142 3,896 9,038 449 292 741 8.73 7.49 8.20

Osun 16,882 13,403 30,285 2,472 2,114 4,586 14.64 15.77 15.14

Oyo 27,469 23,217 50,686 5,946 5,427 11,373 21.65 23.38 22.44

Plateau 3,511 2,554 6,065 421 259 680 11.99 10.14 11.21

Rivers 3,610 2,955 6,565 327 271 598 9.06 9.17 9.11

Sokoto 316 469 785 10 55 65 3.16 11.73 8.28

Taraba 882 379 1,261 134 48 1,579 15.19 12.66 125.22

Yobe 1,579 246 1,825 344 52 396 21.79 21.14 21.70

Zamfara 633 140 773 67 23 90 10.58 16.43 11.64

FCT 3,481 2,730 6,211 891 651 1,542 25.60 23.85 24.83

TOTAL 164,450 208,746 368,598 27,567 21,819 50,783 16.76 10.45 13.78

Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

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TABLE 3.11q STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2007
STATE NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF % OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
SAT THE EXAMINATION FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
ENGLISH LANG. & MATHS) (INCLUDING ENG. & MATHS)
MALE FEMALE TOTAL M F M&F M F M&F
Abia 1,013 1,154 2,167 5 10 15 0.49 0.87 0.69

Adamawa 1,648 833 2,481 3 - 3 0.18 0.00 0.12

Akwa Ibom 1,310 1,126 2,436 6 5 11 0.46 0.44 0.45

Anambra 1,904 2,611 4,515 17 26 43 0.89 1.00 0.95

Bauchi 3,303 807 4,110 10 10 20 0.30 1.24 0.49

Bayelsa 813 609 1,422 4 5 9 0.49 0.82 0.63

Benue 3,303 807 4,110 10 10 20 0.30 1.24 0.49

Borno 2,934 1,613 4,547 12 5 17 0.41 0.31 0.37

Cross River 3,560 2,831 6,391 17 4 21 0.48 0.14 0.33

Delta 10,046 8,590 18,636 223 259 482 2.22 3.02 2.59

Ebonyi 2,444 2,260 4,704 33 32 65 1.35 1.42 1.38

Edo 5,026 3,705 8,731 42 37 79 0.84 1.00 0.90

Ekiti 3,928 2,958 6,886 34 21 55 0.87 0.71 0.80

Enugu 6,360 8,181 14,541 108 133 241 1.70 1.63 1.66

Gombe 2,529 988 3,517 3 - 3 0.12 0.00 0.09

Imo 2,493 2,890 5,383 78 108 186 3.13 3.74 3.46

Jigawa 2,470 33 2,503 - - - 0.00 0.00 0.00

Kaduna 12,561 5,636 18,197 191 130 321 1.52 2.31 1.76

Kano 4,612 1,270 5,882 10 4 14 0.22 0.31 0.24

Katsina 4,320 876 5,196 4 3 7 0.09 0.34 0.13

Kebbi 2,686 781 3,467 2 2 4 0.07 0.26 0.12

Kogi 3,267 1,943 5,210 33 35 68 1.01 1.80 1.31

Kwara 10,307 7,238 17,545 50 40 90 0.49 0.55 0.51

Lagos 15,497 12,183 27,680 850 843 1,693 5.48 6.92 6.12

Nassarawa 4,092 2,267 6,359 7 12 19 0.17 0.53 0.30

Niger 7,872 4,222 12,094 51 16 67 0.65 0.38 0.55

Ogun 15,233 13,679 28,912 12,669 1,445 14,114 83.17 10.56 48.82

Ondo 6,775 5,179 11,954 63 77 140 0.93 1.49 1.17

Osun 18,830 14,846 33,676 149 83 232 0.79 0.56 0.69

Oyo 31,258 25,879 57,137 1,468 1,571 3,039 4.70 6.07 5.32

Plateau 4,642 3,004 7,646 34 20 54 0.73 0.67 0.71

Rivers 3,761 3,180 6,941 111 128 239 2.95 4.03 3.44

Sokoto 3,241 786 4,027 5 2 7 0.15 0.25 0.17

Taraba 1,703 647 2,350 7 2 9 0.41 0.31 0.38

Yobe 1,881 401 2,282 57 14 71 3.03 3.49 3.11

Zamfara 1,650 250 1,900 29 3 32 1.76 1.20 1.68

FCT 4,823 3,573 8,396 8 5 13 0.17 0.14 0.15

TOTAL 214,095 149,836 363,931 16,403 5,100 21,503 7.66 3.40 5.91

Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

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TABLE 3.12: TOTAL ENROLMENT IN ADULT LITERACY EDUCATION CENTRES BY STATE AND
GENDER, 2004 - 2008
STATE 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
MF F MF F MF F MF F MF F
Abia 42,290 32,292 35,778 23,399 36,,430 23,024 65,037 43,697 29,068 20,901
Adamawa 8,000 3,666 6,960 3,634 4,504 2,125 62 45 68,088 31,338
Akwa Ibom 26,516 20,547 42,738 30,488 80,,756 47,265 30,702 18,722 74,975 50,331
Anambra 24,706 16,244 na na na na 47,119 9,600 20,863 13,717
Bauchi
5,941 1,358 76,795 39,157 87,,959 47,653 46,457 31,664 31,539 9,441
Bayelsa 415
4,400 2,594 393 243 235 5,281 3,421 6,260 5,607
Benue 30,000 23,853 51,351 38,125 37,,834 28,198 46,457 31,664 45,862 30,734
Borno 217
24,768 4,223 196 64 48 221,528 66,890 41,070 13,554
Cross River na na na Na
24,488 14,038 56,693 36,427 17,812 11,253
Delta na na
12,175 8,683 16,668 10,271 32,597 22,483 18,379 12,686
Ebonyi
18,020 9,481 17,877 1,578 18,,560 4,614 36,663 22,483 29,615 16,309
Edo
6,132 3,530 26,525 16,360 30,,875 13,365 17,196 9,274 23,380 13,303
Ekiti
616 512 1,571 1,222 1,,391 1,078 2,091 1,329 2,074 1,493
Enugu
230,361 141,021 19,855 8,556 25,,081 12,697 57,008 33,536 43,526 26,038
Gombe
19,119 7,301 37,198 16,510 45,,917 23,226 46,572 37,302 19,463 7,486
Imo
23,106 16,368 26,417 18,632 26,,027 18,962 25,748 19,046 32,449 16,534
Jigawa na na na na
2,610 1,459 5,298 2,522 19,588 12,463
Kaduna na na na na
11,272 6,225 22,912 11,703 14,299 8,138
Kano
13,200 3,960 28,391 10,661 30,,675 10,688 49,682 29,864 75,502 43,206
Katsina
17,820 5,320 41,190 13,508 117,,982 34,271 25,082 13,089 26,261 14,978
Kebbi
55,294 4,824 70,504 13,532 74,,902 13,215 115,484 43,991 57,805 6,215
Kogi
7,887 4,472 10,202 4,327 10,,830 5,501 7,769 4,704 11,830 7,764
Kwara
10,196 4,932 43,538 21,138 39,,386 5,361 -na -na 10,305 5,189
Lagos
34,419 24,146 32,010 15,016 36,,087 17,405 76,140 50,585 19,012 12,063
Nassarawa
12,432 6,013 20,634 10,522 42,,033 22,338 24,785 12,383 14,930 8,267
Niger
21,445 9,053 26,478 14,328 28,,013 15,857 43,291 19,480 23,583 11,296
Ogun
1,701 979 41,056 2,,408 4,,404 2,538 3,676 2,143 4,488 3,234

Ondo
19,791 8,366 19,290 10,569 12,,205 7,012 14,560 9,182 20,977 12,232

Osun
39,188 21,904 43,831 4,351 42,,013 6,230 154,901 76,457 78,596 41,864

Oyo 4,470
5,321 2,966 11,187 6,585 2,705 4,170 2,630 7,757 4,178
Plateau 20,543
15,855 11,033 19,224 13,199 13,122 30,546 19,089 34,381 21,553

Rivers na na na
56,643 5,811 8,239 5,917 6,372 3,935

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Sokoto 86,796
56,643 5,811 81,883 30,022 29,827 52,866 12,726 70,845 23,923
Taraba 6,513
520 144 3,588 2,769 5,699 1,848 882 10,525 7,203
Yobe 68,852
25,292 6,130 60,092 15,176 17,040 162,928 44,569 36,907 18,642
Zamfara na na na
45,500 2,901 286,624 80,988 69,795 14,291
FCT 14,236
8,002 4,250 12,655 7,156 8,078 30,859 15,641 11,184 7,328
Total 1,035,860
961,669 446,410 926,075 403,506 439,377 1,858,871 846,128 1,129,365 568,68
7
Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
(2) National Commission for Mass Literacy
Note: na= Not available

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TABLE 3.13: NUMBER OF NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS BY STATE, 2004 - 2008
STATE 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Abia 6 8 9 81 86
Adamawa 74 77 77 77 79
Akwa Ibom 14 16 16 16 39
Anambra 94 94 125 92 92
Bauchi 120 125 125 125 149
Bayelsa 52 65 65 65 56
Benue 47 49 100 100 92
Borno 110 110 110 110 69
Cross River 52 54 122 122 48
Delta 64 85 85 85 60
Ebonyi 15 15 15 15 37
Edo 47 48 65 65 68
Ekiti 10 10 10 10 10
Enugu 13 13 70 62 60
Gombe 74 77 77 77 64
Imo 21 10 38 39 39
Jigawa 58 59 59 127 105
Kaduna 130 135 135 135 137
Kano 33 33 33 68 59
Katsina 73 73 73 71 71
Kebbi 63 63 63 57 54
Kogi 13 13 13 13 13
Kwara 38 45 45 45 35
Lagos 10 10 10 10 11
Nassarawa 51 53 53 53 40
Niger 187 169 169 169 112
Ogun 16 16 16 16 13
Ondo 14 15 15 15 16
Osun 32 32 32 32 35
Oyo 18 20 27 27 100
Plateau 111 111 111 111 134
Rivers 51 54 54 54 57
Sokoto 50 50 50 50 41
Taraba 101 104 104 104 97
Yobe 48 50 50 50 50
Zamfara 32 32 32 37 31
FCT 39 41 41 41 30
Total 1,981 2,034 2,294 2,426 2,289
Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
(2)National Council for Nomadic Education

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TABLE 3.14: NUMBER OF NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS PUPILS BY STATE, 2004 - 2008
STATE 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Abia 1,246 1,308 1,387 5,506 15,183
Adamawa 7,329 7,400 7,400 7,400 10,197
Akwa Ibom 6,225 6,285 6,285 6,285 6,285
Anambra 14,468 14,561 17,053 15,466 13,908

Bauchi 31,472 31,752 31,752 31,752 24,458


Bayelsa 14,577 14,727 14,727 14,727 14,727
Benue 6,398 6,811 16,784 16,784 5,306
Borno 19,815 19,926 19,928 19,928 16,896

Cross River 12,635 12,816 22,620 22,620 7,455


Delta 8,653 8,721 8,721 8,721 8,721
Ebonyi 6,547 6,566 6,566 5,347 7,470

Edo 14,801 14,834 16,745 16,745 16,745


Ekiti 1,468 1,485 1,485 1,485 1,616
Enugu 485 498 5,990 5,822 5,605
Gombe 25,098 26,135 26,135 26,135 10,397
Imo 2,059 960 3,570 3,496 5,324
Jigawa 7,824 7,991 7,991 10,817 11,362
Kaduna 21,910 28,494 28,494 28,494 27,400
Kano 11,465 11,472 11,472 39,225 39,225

Katsina 26,214 26,845 26,845 22,072 26,252


Kebbi 4,690 4,834 4,834 4,331 6,941
Kogi 1,361 1,378 1,378 1,378 2,758

Kwara 2,048 2,284 2,284 2,284 4,786


Lagos 1,950 2,319 2,319 2,319 5,605
Nassarawa 7,328 7,364 7,364 7,364 6,408
Niger 16,883 17,162 17,162 17,162 17,334

Ogun 4,091 4,087 4,087 4,087 2,656


Ondo 3,797 3,882 3,882 3,882 3,279
Osun 2,362 2,416 2,416 2,416 8,153
Oyo 3,556 3,617 4,411 4,411 11,185

Plateau 29,257 29,318 29,318 29,318 32,105


Rivers 6,696 6,855 6,855 6,855 7,095
Sokoto 8,035 8,147 8,147 5,382 7,260
Taraba 17,929 18,988 18,938 18,938 11,543
Yobe 5,698 5,861 5,861 5,861 5,757
Zamfara 3,376 3,554 3,554 3,651 3,847
FCT 3,905 3,945 3,945 3,945 4,182

Total 363,553 375,598 408,705 432,411 415,426


Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
(2)National Council for Nomadic Education
Note: na = Not available

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TABLE 3.15: NUMBER OF NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, 2004 - 2008
STATE 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Abia 33 45 54 198 586
Adamawa 243 252 252 252 466
Akwa Ibom 88 98 98 98 98
Anambra 180 191 340 529 684
Bauchi 351 587 387 387 920
Bayelsa 94 96 96 96 96
Benue 185 189 427 427 105
Borno 265 276 276 276 651
Cross River 123 129 129 129 238
Delta 214 217 217 217 217
Ebonyi 172 173 173 127 213
Edo 180 72 104 104 117
Ekiti 42 42 42 42 37
Enugu 23 23 244 232 284
Gombe 313 322 322 322 340
Imo 73 45 166 158 158
Jigawa 253 256 255 303 303
Kaduna 412 427 427 427 896
Kano 178 178 178 822 822
Katsina 336 336 336 382 443
Kebbi 216 219 219 216 242
Kogi 45 45 45 45 35
Kwara 147 149 149 149 294
Lagos 85 70 70 70 100
Nassarawa 198 198 198 198 259
Niger 371 376 376 376 557
Ogun 68 70 70 70 73
Ondo 81 80 80 80 87
Osun 64 68 68 68 101
Oyo 55 65 88 88 462
Plateau 706 706 706 70 770
Rivers 199 199 199 199 214
Sokoto 148 152 152 125 117
Taraba 336 345 345 345 630
Yobe 182 188 188 188 127
Zamfara 76 76 76 56 103
FCT 146 158 158 158 214
Total 6881 7118 7711 8665 12059
Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
(2)National Council for Nomadic Education, Kaduna.

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TABLE 3.16 NATIONAL SUMMARY OF NOMADIC SCHOOL STATISTICS, 2004-2008
STATE 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Total Schools
1,981 2,034 2,294 2,426 2,289
Total Enrolment
363,553 375,598 408,705 432,411 415,426
Total Teachers
6,861 6,918 7,711 8,665 12,059
Total Male Teachers 8,044
5,626 5,742 5,112 6,122
Total Female Teachers 4,015
1,235 1,176 2,599 2,543
Total Class Rooms 3,674
8,148 8,741 3,614 4,713
Total Pupil /Teacher
Ratio 52 54 53 34 33
Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
(2)National Council for Nomadic Education, Kaduna.
(3) 2006 Revised Data.

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TABLE 3.17 TOTAL STUDENT ENROLMENT IN NIGERIAN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION BY
INSTITUTION AND SEX, 2003/2004-2007/2008
NAME OF PUB/ 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008
INSTITUTION PRIV
PUB MF F MF F MF F MF F MF F
FCE, Abeokuta PUB 6716 4607 6178 4409 4079 2921 4165 3041 4239 3033
FCE(T), Akoka PUB 3833 2365 3465 2537 3398 2370 3386 2272 3468 2368
FCE(T), Asaba PUB 3681 2750 3529 2236 3331 2533 3271 2612 3886 3164
FCE(T), Bichi PUB 1683 377 1795 540 1705 425 2167 482 2929 659
FCE, Eha-Amufu PUB 5159 4263 5430 4742 4520 3833 4107 3404 4713 3946
FCE(T), Gombe PUB 4305 1032 3987 1930 3344 1191 2508 810 2026 688
FCE(T), Gusau PUB 2083 2057 2163 2148 1943 1935 2070 2070 2051 2051
FCE ,Kano PUB 11413 4058 14653 8419 9525 3242 6139 2100 7765 2768
FCE, Katsina PUB 2687 725 2638 897 2402 691 2456 860 2341 992
FCE, Kontagora PUB 5186 2412 5227 2457 5348 2566 4836 2238 4506 2096
FCE, Obudu PUB 13202 6799 18183 10901 12263 5898 9566 5161 9490 5127
FCE,Okene PUB 7735 4704 6753 4903 6867 4515 6173 4078 4743 3041
FCE(T), Omoku PUB 2813 1537 2583 1519 2638 1358 2501 1313 2730 1466
Adeyemi PUB 5377 3689 5370 3883 3684 2601 2739 1954 2739 1954
COE,Ondo
FCE(S) Oyo PUB 7670 4925 7670 4925 6799 4296 5628 3827 6353 4174
FCE,Pankshin PUB 6473 2786 6473 2786 7077 3203 7284 3278 7061 3255
FCE(T), Potiskum PUB 2212 691 2528 1334 2908 986 3191 899 2565 1109
FCE(T), Umunze PUB 1602 1438 1349 1245 1194 1060 1576 1334 2212 1810
FCE, Yola PUB 6548 3121 6226 2373 3532 1751 4169 1213 6007 1932
FCE, Zaria PUB 11536 6848 7429 4328 10205 5104 11154 5175 6070 2866
COE,Afaha Nsit PUB 8679 6792 10453 8341 5851 3673 5661 3379 4433 2703
COE, Agbor PUB 12411 9054 10318 7351 na na 7758 4863 na na
COE, Akamkpa PUB na na na na na na na na 8704 3468
COE, Akwanga PUB 6025 2277 11537 6277 8844 2911 10561 3376 4737 4299
COE,Ankpa PUB 5193 2635 5190 3036 5590 2663 6487 2625 2840 560
COE Argungu PUB 2059 480 1857 525 2151 529 4661 1299 2229 1516
COE, Arochukwu PUB 748 514 895 626 1075 701 1277 769 5177 1189
COE,Azare PUB 2789 680 3289 1180 3441 748 4033 1117 2067 565
UIECEST, Bama PUB 1847 609 1881 841 1546 534 3018 772 5574 1797
IKCOE,Dutsinma PUB 4271 347 4271 347 4648 421 5040 472 4815 3334
COE, Ekiadolor PUB 6584 4689 6319 4716 5572 4164 6052 3812 na na
LACOPED,Epe PUB 1411 912 1411 832 na na na na na na
COE, Gashua PUB 1126 400 1623 618 na na 3193 845 na na
COE, Gidan PUB 5697 2052 7875 3264 na na na na na na
Waya
COE, Gindiri PUB 4604 1876 5639 2557 4015 1773 8227 3212 2955 1267
COE, Gumel PUB NA NA 4529 614 4649 367 5777 500
COE, Hong PUB 3401 1208 4070 1659 4807 1723 5016 1838 5980 2309
TASCE,Ijebu-Ode PUB 3900 2697 3900 2697 3413 1903 na na na na
COE,Ikere-Ekiti PUB 14069 9815 13535 10185 11276 8184 5972 4292 7961 5162
COE,Ila-Orangun PUB 8441 5307 9952 7276 na na na na na na
COE,Ilesha PUB 9447 6329 7540 5495 6616 4530 7476 4796 na na
COE,Ilorin PUB 12447 7700 11165 7095 7978 4815 3597 2429 6057 4196
COE, Jalingo PUB na na 7080 3205 4977 1520 11795 2124 12228 3499
COE, Katsina Ala PUB 8079 3219 9498 4975 na na na na na na
COE, Kumbotso PUB 8459 1859 11321 3776 na na 11378 2590 na na
COE(T),Lafiagi PUB 1712 615 1462 695 na na na na na na
KICOE, Maiduguri PUB 2144 1169 2544 1631 na na na na na na
COE , Minna PUB 5989 2370 7116 3396 8740 3108 8601 3131 6375 2601
NOCOE, Nsugbe PUB 5057 4561 4904 4427 4567 4003 4150 3680 5337 4461
COE, Oju PUB 6872 2758 8033 4237 9182 3887 1564 884 10672 4339
COE, Oro PUB 11683 7147 11203 6927 8943 4493 na na 11592 6010
AOCOE,Oto- PUB 5931 3860 5001 3471 5088 2073 5149 3449 4103 2789
Ijanikin
AICOE, Owerri PUB 7277 6104 7277 6104 5474 4591 5421 4624 5165 4248
OYSCOE, Oyo PUB 9137 5246 8408 5035 6812 4122 6646 4080 7258 4887
COE, Port PUB 700 408 875 676 779 430 735 408 478 31
Harcourt
SSCOE, Sokoto PUB 8748 2548 8490 2624 na na na na na na

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COE, Waka Biu PUB 2618 801 3062 1296 na na na na na na
COE, Warri PUB 7380 5102 7448 5472 9130 6677 8337 5993 na na
St. Aug.COE PRIV 208 181 142 128 180 148 98 84 77 61
Lagos
IOECU COE, PRIV 275 205 277 212 225 179 280 277 216 172
Enugu
OSISATECH, PRIV na na na na na na na na na na
Enugu
Nig ArmySchOf PUB 272 9 269 9 177 7 242 10 165 15
Educ,ILorin
FCT, COE Zuba PUB 2599 1416 2712 1807 3185 2003 369 235 na na
JNI COE, Kaduna PRIV 138 79 138 79 na na na na na na
Suleiman COE, PRIV 228 42 314 115 na na na na na na
Ososa
COE, Maru PUB 1657 68 1720 203 na na 2060 194 3288 306
Ebonyi State COE PUB 3865 1694 3867 1864 na na 3688 1867 4236 2231
Ikwo
City COE, PRIV 65 50 305 240 na na na na na na
Mararaba
Mufutau Lanihun PRIV na na 632 462 na na 606 339 727 410
COE Ib.
ATCI COE, Enugu PRIV na na 134 89 na na na na na na
Delar COE, PRIV na na 53 35 na na 184 102 209 104
Ibadan
Yewa Central PRIV na na 397 245 na na 1731 411 1813 997
COE, Ayetoro
TOTAL 32815 179068 35556 20747 245693 129359 255926 122999 225362 118025
6 0 9
Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)
na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.18 NEW ENTRANTS INTO NIGERIAN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION BY INSTITUTION AND
SEX, 2003/2004-2007/2008
NAME OF 2003/2004 2004/2005 20005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008
INSTITUTION
MF F MF F MF F MF F MF F
FCE, Abeokuta 1,800 1,169 1,537 1,090 94 68 1,212 1,023 1,561 1,084
FCE(T), Akoka 898 452 987 693 832 536 1,004 681 1,068 716
FCE(T), Asaba 869 626 1,146 915 1134 938 1,195 954 1,394 1,116
FCE(T), Bichi 526 130 538 131 590 186 630 139 1,084 289
FCE, Eha-Amufu 1,579 1,287 1,063 880 992 887 1,197 1,005 1,480 1,170
FCE(T), Gombe 1,194 353 1,159 377 565 196 339 118 543 224
FCE(T), Gusau 706 706 418 418 413 413 400 400 427 427
FCE ,Kano 2,833 1,118 3,619 1,139 1995 583 1,654 512 na na
FCE, Katsina 836 251 828 243 403 126 755 350 716 305
FCE, Kontagora 1,801 903 1,437 524 1393 656 1,386 637 1,621 746
FCE, Obudu 3,987 1,985 4,062 1,988 2871 1,417 1,472 872 1,472 872
FCE,Okene 2,567 1,523 1,831 1,216 1363 866 1,337 866 1,352 847
FCE(T), Omoku 946 495 694 369 679 327 646 351 1,093 596
Adeyemi COE,Ondo 1,915 1,337 1,097 773 676 495 969 389 969 689
FCE(S) Oyo 2,420 1,567 2,420 1,567 1218 758 1,840 1,265 2,741 1,769
FCE,Pankshin 1,656 745 1,656 745 1818 831 1,680 743 1,354 609
FCE(T), Potiskum 500 152 589 189 791 269 656 236 644 232
FCE(T), Umunze 378 350 298 273 399 337 666 551 864 724
FCE, Yola 1,718 793 1,699 681 1141 468 na na 1,948 826
FCE, Zaria 2,366 1,419 1,876 1,014 2021 934 1,866 785 1,914 1,020
COE,Afaha Nsit 4,046 3,162 2,458 1,829 1928 973 1,389 702 1,396 706
COE, Agbor 4,687 3,627 2,434 1,568 3114 2,273 3,589 2,396 2,450 2,031
COE, Akamkpa na na na na na na na na na na
COE, Akwanga 1,756 569 3,497 945 3,500 1,167 3,468 1,340 2,465 847
COE,Ankpa 1,434 748 1,234 608 1,329 670 1,369 690 3,330 2,319
COE Argungu 942 232 709 182 693 164 1,323 318 2,302 422
COE, Arochukwu 298 207 267 167 438 277 621 360 712 462
COE,Azare 1,013 253 1,018 228 897 173 1,232 318 2,186 509
UIECEST, Bama 592 240 581 176 570 180 775 297 885 319
IKCOE,Dutsinma 1,592 150 1,592 150 1,110 122 1,759 151 1,827 1,478
COE, Ekiadolor 2,011 1,441 1,820 1,346 1,489 1,116 1,813 1,334 2,049 1,478
LACOPED,Epe 550 358 550 358 na na na na na na
COE, Gashua 577 204 595 271 na na 635 189 na na
COE, Gidan Waya 1,901 673 3,668 1,450 na na 1,080 437 na na
COE, Gindiri 1,650 729 2,458 1,070 2,038 875 1,781 675 2,217 840
COE, Gumel NA NA 1,234 101 1,341 124 1,563 126 na na
COE, Hong 1,608 571 1,453 530 1,348 490 1,827 663 2,191 849
TASCE,Ijebu-Ode 1,227 868 1,227 868 1,070 362 na na na na
COE,Ikere-Ekiti 4,845 3,475 3,833 2,792 2,507 1,780 3,011 2,052 2,468 1,796
COE,Ila-Orangun 2,790 1,758 2,568 1,620 na na na na na na
COE,Ilesha 2,489 1,502 2,100 1,350 1,719 1,264 2,054 1,438 na na
COE,Ilorin 3,053 1,923 1,979 1,169 1,684 1,005 2,364 1,424 3,009 1,767
COE, Jalingo 1,714 591 1,714 591 1,757 541 3,542 1,107 4,018 1,491
COE, Katsina Ala 2,365 1,001 3,352 1,225 na na na na na na
COE, Kumbotso 3,364 793 3,485 747 na na na na na na
COE(T),Lafiagi 415 162 351 139 na na na na na na
KICOE, Maiduguri 729 390 845 496 na na na na na na
COE , Minna 2,379 953 2,284 871 2,232 763 1,875 664 3,304 1,139
NOCOE, Nsugbe 1,846 1,655 1,376 1,217 1,323 1,182 1,868 1,671 1,889 1,187
COE, Oju 2,455 1,021 2,180 915 2,831 1,191 3,776 1,616 3,763 1,532
COE, Oro 4,224 2,543 2,778 1,683 2,027 1,218 4,995 3,017 4,570 2,775
AOCOE,Oto-Ijanikin 1,622 1,010 1,077 732 1,896 706 1,757 1,188 1,133 767
AICOE, Owerri 2,421 2,113 2,421 2,113 1,315 1,063 1,648 1,373 2,202 1,862
OYSCOE, Oyo 2,604 1,513 1,687 1,040 2,167 1,372 2,316 1,464 2,804 1,717
COE, Port Harcourt 110 65 105 58 182 97 219 94 272 137
SSCOE, Sokoto 3,050 835 2,225 608 na na na na na na
COE, Waka Biu 727 243 1,027 389 na na na na na na
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COE, Warri 2,618 1,851 2,390 1,761 2,772 2,052 2,496 1,805 3,779 2,639
St. Aug.COE Lagos 52 47 35 30 24 18 29 26 24 17
IOECU COE, Enugu 94 69 46 37 71 59 84 65 na na
OSISATECH, Enugu 9 7 9 7 na na na na na na
Nig. Army Sch. Of 48 4 104 1 41 5 40 4 84 6
Educ, Ilorin
FCT, COE Zuba 791 463 761 499 973 594 787 473 na na
JNI COE, Kaduna 86 51 86 51 na na na na na na
Suleiman COE, Ososa 97 30 115 57 na na na na na na
COE, Maru 625 29 668 25 956 52 1,040 76 1,300 122
Ebonyi State COE 1,546 703 920 482 1,098 578 1,498 745 1,496 789
Ikwo
Yewa Central COE, na na 173 98 na na 208 109 318 178
Ayetoro
Delar COE, Ibadan na na 43 25 na na 92 53 101 60
Mufutau Lanihun COE na na 43 25 150 96 237 139 352 209
Ibadan
ATCI COE, Enugu na na 134 89 na na na na na na
City COE, Mararaba na na 115 50 190 89 na na na na
TOTAL 106,547 58,193 98,778 50,064 70,168 35,982 81,064 42,476 85,141 46,711
Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)
na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.19 DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF IN COLLEGES OF
EDUCATION BY FUNCTION AND SEX, 2004/2005
NAME OF ACADEMIC SNR.TECH.STA SNR. ADMIN. JUNIOR STAFF TOTAL
INSTITUTION STAFF FF STAFF
MF F MF F MF F MF F MF F
FCE, Abeokuta 168 53 155 48 354 291
119 69 121 796
FCE(T), Akoka 122 40 123 60 230 322
244 121 101 719
FCE(T), Asaba 97 34 23 5 66 324 238
120 133 564
FCE(T), Bichi 111 18 33 6 247 49
59 7 18 450
FCE, Eha-Amufu 178 59 29 10 256 206
112 28 109 575
FCE(T), Gombe 120 24 125 25 124 117
125 24 44 494
FCE(T), Gusau 85 16 28 5 222 77
63 24 32 398
FCE ,Kano 238 77 38 na 269 753 195
208 46 72
FCE, Katsina 150 35 64 16 269 102
81 14 37 564
FCE, Kontagora 145 28 16 9 279 164
128 36 91 568
FCE, Obudu 129 28 102 40 364 222
48 13 141 643
FCE,Okene 180 35 22 na 450 238
157 60 143 809
FCE(T), Omoku
137 35 45 28 139 62 390 181 711 306
Adeyemi COE,Ondo
225 47 95 35 51 15 436 166 807 263
FCE(S) Oyo
212 54 142 31 122 44 266 92 742 221
FCE,Pankshin
175 36 57 10 86 20 313 72 631 138
FCE(T), Potiskum
122 28 60 13 80 23 219 39 481 103
FCE(T), Umunze
143 76 135 105 72 50 550 313 900 544
FCE, Yola na NA
146 35 72 137 98 217 572 133
FCE, Zaria
295 109 98 42 90 41 328 146 811 338
COE,Afaha Nsit
151 50 80 32 137 70 308 127 676 279
COE, Agbor
187 43 23 2 163 64 237 103 610 212
COE, Akamkpa na na na na na na na na na na

COE, Akwanga
201 46 10 1 192 78 395 201 798 326
COE,Ankpa
214 35 148 28 51 7 129 20 542 90
COE Argungu
101 6 5 1 20 1 94 10 220 18
COE, Arochukwu
53 14 16 5 18 6 129 53 216 78
COE,Azare
151 24 15 1 33 3 168 17 367 45
UIECEST, Bama
169 23 19 1 80 21 159 68 427 113
IKCOE,Dutsinma na
89 1 6 31 1 167 8 293 10
COE, Ekiadolor
133 45 51 23 24 12 255 98 463 178
LACOPED,Epe
93 29 41 9 63 20 209 70 128

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406

COE, Gashua
154 11 245 24 42 7 198 57 639 99
COE, Gidan Waya na
333 56 7 103 49 181 82 624 187
COE, Gindiri
195 37 28 5 143 42 274 88 640 172
COE, Gumel na
143 6 18 69 7 155 12 385 25
COE, Hong
159 25 8 1 84 31 188 52 439 109
TASCE,Ijebu-Ode
271 76 124 56 86 27 192 87 673 246
COE,Ikere-Ekiti
301 56 33 1 369 143 471 195 1,174 395
COE,Ila-Orangun
162 19 34 4 101 35 174 69 471 127
COE,Ilesha
166 36 37 4 172 86 153 57 528 183
COE,Ilorin
196 58 31 8 118 38 306 120 651 224
COE, Jalingo
247 52 154 37 52 13 321 139 774 241

COE, Katsina Ala


248 39 50 7 232 46 112 69 642 161
COE, Kumbotso na
250 45 15 45 1 94 12 404 58
COE(T),Lafiagi na
66 10 2 34 10 43 5 145 25
KICOE, Maiduguri
158 43 9 2 100 32 208 45 475 122
COE , Minna
261 59 18 4 67 19 191 29 537 111
NOCOE, Nsugbe
250 68 91 39 163 50 304 188 808 345
COE, Oju
218 30 61 12 22 6 21 6 322 54
COE, Oro 128 13 3 na 174 84
62 18 53 367
AOCOE,Oto-Ijanikin 248 68 143 64 183 328
114 64 132 688
AICOE, Owerri
235 71 257 140 157 76 406 248 1,055 535
OYSCOE, Oyo
249 43 163 61 38 14 409 225 859 343
COE, Port Harcourt
351 129 66 22 197 64 512 167 1,126 382
SSCOE, Sokoto
289 57 26 5 10 4 194 10 519 76
COE, Waka Biu
114 13 61 13 32 15 192 30 399 71
COE, Warri
203 72 2 1 157 76 266 128 628 277
St. Aug.COE Lagos
48 16 9 7 5 4 33 19 95 46
IOECU COE, Enugu
73 19 10 4 35 15 19 11 137 49
OSISATECH, Enugu NA na na na na na na na na na

Nig. Army Sch. Of Educ, na na na na na na


Ilorin 93 28 93 28
FCT, COE Zuba 111 47 27 11 163 116
35 15 43 336
JNI COE, Kaduna 19 5 na na na 10 13
2 8 31
Suleiman COE, Ososa 41 8 4 na na 24 20
7 12 76

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COE, Maru 123 4 4 1 na 131 13
15 8 273

Yewa Central COE, 44 7 2 na 9 11


Ayetoro 9 1 3 64

Delar COE, Ibadan 42 9 6 1 na 12 14


3 4 63

Mufutau Lanihun COE na na


Ibadan 65 10 20 8 25 15 110 33

ATCI COE, Enugu 41 10


6 1 8 5 10 5 65 21

Ebonyi State COE,Ikwo


178 28 21 4 51 14 202 75 452 121

City COE, Mararaba na na


Gurku 51 18 18 5 14 4 83 27

TOTAL
11,244 2,584 3,651 1,130 6,030 2,184 14,931 5,338 35,856 11,236

Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education,


Abuja.
Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)

Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.19 DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF IN FEDERAL COLLEGES
OF EDUCATION BY FUNCTION AND SEX, 2005/2006
NAME OF ACADEMIC SNR.TECH.ST SNR. ADMIN. JUNIOR STAFF TOTA
INSTITUTION STAFF AFF STAFF L
MF F MF F MF F MF F MF F
FCE, Abeokuta
156 56 164 52 122 76 353 122 795 306
FCE(T), Akoka
136 45 242 114 53 35 449 110 880 304
FCE(T), Asaba
129 47 56 19 177 110 439 189 801 365
FCE(T), Bichi
145 32 39 4 91 22 248 19 523 77
FCE, Eha-Amufu na
200 65 200 65
FCE(T), Gombe
144 27 28 7 138 37 166 21 476 92
FCE(T), Gusau
128 25 57 14 59 11 184 30 428 80
FCE ,Kano na
253 80 14 212 56 393 41 872 177
FCE, Katsina
170 36 89 20 69 10 352 38 680 104
FCE, Kontagora na
187 48 25 135 55 308 89 655 192
FCE, Obudu
268 44 25 1 232 53 364 151 889 249
FCE,Okene
261 62 59 13 212 84 400 119 932 278
FCE(T), Omoku
129 37 97 49 82 35 334 150 642 271
Adeyemi COE,Ondo
238 50 69 15 186 97 542 220 1,035 382
FCE(S) Oyo
227 68 110 18 188 78 259 86 784 250
FCE,Pankshin
193 52 101 34 64 26 265 76 623 188
FCE(T), Potiskum
94 19 57 11 99 30 214 34 464 94
FCE(T), Umunze
140 81 137 95 162 126 502 266 941 568
FCE, Yola
151 40 115 28 53 23 297 97 616 188
FCE, Zaria
250 95 24 6 164 55 276 67 714 223
AICOE, Owerri
230 71 183 98 26 19 336 227 775 415
TOTAL
3,829 1,080 1,691 598 2,524 1,038 6,681 2,152 14,725 4,868
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)
Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.19 CONT. DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF IN FEDERAL
COLLEGES OF EDUCATION BY FUNCTION AND SEX, 2006/2007
NAME OF INSTITUTION ACADEMIC SNR.TECH.STAF SNR. ADMIN. JUNIOR STAFF TOTAL
STAFF F STAFF
MF F MF F MF F MF F MF F
FCE, Abeokuta
199 73 205 101 47 12 131 63 582 249
FCE(T), Akoka na
152 53 134 53 168 89 454 195
FCE(T), Asaba
126 52 9 3 216 115 421 183 772 353
FCE(T), Bichi
171 40 13 1 116 20 88 3 388 64
FCE, Eha-Amufu
198 64 26 15 119 53 105 52 448 184
FCE(T), Gombe
158 33 11 3 14 10 30 7 213 53
FCE(T), Gusau
168 35 87 24 19 4 78 10 352 73
FCE ,Kano
309 86 59 100 26 98 12 566 124
FCE, Katsina
221 45 63 16 120 24 155 17 559 102
FCE, Kontagora
185 38 13 130 54 94 20 422 112
FCE, Obudu
265 53 193 63 87 16 227 102 772 234
FCE,Okene
252 59 16 263 106 387 133 918 298
FCE(T), Omoku
158 39 99 46 72 24 131 69 460 178
Adeyemi COE,Ondo
281 75 52 10 204 115 274 125 811 325
FCE(S) Oyo
221 61 128 35 169 61 139 67 657 224
FCE,Pankshin
249 72 103 32 77 32 116 45 545 181
FCE(T), Potiskum
122 29 57 11 99 30 214 34 492 104
FCE(T), Umunze
149 79 13 3 235 187 37 215 434 484
FCE, Yola
206 53 115 28 53 23 297 97 671 201
FCE, Zaria
308 107 24 5 164 54 137 34 633 200
AICOE, Owerri
215 83 288 174 86 46 336 227 925 530
TOTAL
4,313 1,229 1,708 623 2,558 1,101 3,495 1,515 12,074 4,468
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)

Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.19 cont. DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF IN FEDERAL
COLLEGES OF EDUCATION BY FUNCTION AND SEX, 2007/2008
NAME OF ACADEMIC SNR.TECH.S SNR. ADMIN. JUNIOR TOTAL
INSTITUTION STAFF TAFF STAFF STAFF
MF F MF F MF F MF F MF F
FCE, Abeokuta na na na na na na
180 64 180 64
FCE(T), Akoka na na
155 55 132 53 166 89 453 197
FCE(T), Asaba na na na na na na na na na na

FCE(T), Bichi
163 35 42 6 102 15 70 3 377 59
FCE, Eha-Amufu na na na na na na
196 64 196 64
FCE(T), Gombe
171 38 28 7 138 37 166 21 503 103
FCE(T), Gusau
181 36 65 22 55 11 76 13 377 82
FCE ,Kano na na na na na na
319 80 319 80
FCE, Katsina
216 42 38 6 62 12 91 10 407 70
FCE, Kontagora
186 56 17 131 54 89 20 423 130
FCE, Obudu na na na na na na
282 56 282 56
FCE,Okene
265 64 59 13 226 103 175 86 725 266
FCE(T), Omoku
150 37 92 39 76 32 134 70 452 178
Adeyemi COE,Ondo
286 75 70 16 224 131 289 127 869 349
FCE(S) Oyo
259 68 137 35 198 82 127 59 721 244
FCE,Pankshin
276 70 20 5 177 60 225 83 698 218
FCE(T), Potiskum
223 40 85 14 71 30 89 18 468 102
FCE(T), Umunze
147 80 13 3 249 199 368 213 777 495
FCE, Yola
206 52 103 28 53 23 246 51 608 154
FCE, Zaria
308 101 24 5 164 54 137 34 633 194
AICOE, Owerri
210 70 289 175 83 46 282 188 864 479
TOTAL
4,379 1,183 1,214 427 2,175 978 2,564 996 10,332 3,584
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)

Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.19e SUMMARY OF STUDENT ENROLMENT IN FEDERAL COLLEGES OF EDUCATION BY
STATE OF ORIGIN, 2005/2006-2007/2008.
STATE 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008
MF F MF F MF F
Abia
1,321 975 1,208 929 1,192 948
Adamawa
2,066 894 241 106 4,528 1,495
Akwa Ibom
527 311 357 245 414 262
Anambra
1,861 2,561 2,717 2,283 3,695 3,031
Bauchi
2,109 333 1,261 479 1,115 441
Bayelsa
623 119 53 25 330 151
Benue
4,617 2,350 2,886 1,625 1,703 844
Borno
1,284 165 289 135 368 180
Cross River
8,776 4,491 8,761 4,577 540 193
Delta
483 1,851 2,611 1,951 2,586 1,817
Ebonyi
2,536 380 461 288 682 331
Edo
1,211 698 1,006 713 932 685
Ekiti
1,631 984 1,033 741 962 1,621
Enugu
925 4,319 4,572 3,875 5,320 4,519
Gombe
4,774 1,059 2,244 708 1,783 629
Imo
7,409 4,778 4,868 4,090 5,302 4,312
Jigawa
712 326 1,326 111 1,839 487
Kaduna
7,081 3,355 9,330 4,213 670 368
Kano
948 2,226 4,594 1,278 6,442 1,652
Katsina
7,141 674 2,248 607 2,332 768
Kebbi
2,327 273 389 164 304 126
Kogi
6,674 4,628 6,272 3,887 4,870 2,943
Kwara
1,881 867 1,151 601 915 486
Lagos
1,183 289 549 343 645 613
Nassarawa
1,123 334 924 428 851 331
Niger
762 954 1,579 632 1,487 492
Ogun
3,809 4,225 4,709 3,297 4,758 3,331
Ondo
5,205 1,607 2,942 2,131 2,147 1,577
Osun
5,900 3,794 1,590 1,028 1,603 949
Oyo
1,008 1,439 5,791 3,834 6,872 4,558
Plateau
7,735 2,728 5,635 2,557 5,363 2,504
Rivers
2,297 1,103 128 81 2,126 1,128

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Sokoto
42 27 35 18 32 8

Taraba
362 184 296 109 1,135 305
Yobe
2,972 1,017 1,795 293 1,245 515
Zamfara
174 777 1,143 958 1,035 954
F.C.T
839 43 117 32 150 39
Non-
56 9 9 3 10 5
Nigerian
TOTAL
102,384 57,147 87,120 49,375 78,283 45,598
Source:National Commission for Colleges of Education, Abuja.

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TABLE 3.19e SUMMARY OF GRADUATE OUTPUT BY STATE OF ORIGIN FROM FEDERAL
COLLEGES OF EDUCATION, 2005/2006-2006/2007
STATE 2005/2006 2006/2007
MF F MF F
Abia 143 99 102 96
Adamawa 8 1 37 17
Akwa Ibom 51 37 56 33
Anambra 362 315 326 265
Bauchi 53 24 146 55
Bayelsa 61 31 72 41
Benue 157 70 408 220
Borno 5 1 46 24
Cross River 35 21 463 247
Delta 115 77 121 84
Ebonyi 27 20 40 23
Edo 121 93 157 91
Ekiti 169 119 257 197
Enugu 133 86 242 186
Gombe 2055 1650 732 218
Imo 149 114 1820 1593
Jigawa 374 117 62 14
Kaduna 93 35 100 53
Kano 621 181 396 118
Katsina 135 45 429 140
Kebbi 137 54 93 29
Kogi 1074 610 1026 612
Kwara 510 201 267 100
Lagos 143 90 73 51
Nassarawa 75 18 67 21
Niger 548 255 601 338
Ogun 866 610 444 327
Ondo 303 220 763 558
Osun 332 232 372 257
Oyo 1574 1141 1508 967
Plateau 965 444 1360 630
Rivers 525 282 662 404
Sokoto 1 1 3 3
Taraba 9 2 40 12
Yobe 18 10 233 59
Zamfara 49 44 100 86
F.C.T 3 3 2 1

Non-Nigerian 1 0 2 2
TOTAL 12000 7353 13628 8145
Source:National Commission for Colleges of Education, Abuja.

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TABLE 3.20 NATIONAL TEACHERS' INSTITUTE STUDENT ENROLMENT BY STATE AND GENDER
ON DISTANCE LEANING, 2003/2004-2006/2007
STATE 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007
MF F MF F MF F MF F
Abia 657 577 1002 889 1016 944 1118 1060
Adamawa 461 163 278 96 808 301 405 102
Akwa Ibom 921 645 1507 1109 805 546 865 675
Anambra 763 713 1256 1151 708 659 571 524
Bauchi 688 252 1184 329 902 316 508 185
Bayelsa 604 291 499 264 327 177 364 242
Benue 1311 658 1198 625 1154 527 943 421
Borno 420 199 338 157 689 298 462 255
Cross River 497 338 1686 1119 868 435 685 442
Delta 719 443 1075 822 981 789 886 696
Ebonyi 753 35 582 402 634 435 301 211
Edo 691 595 647 528 432 377 349 291
Ekiti 263 154 58 37 373 262 233 169
Enugu 1086 983 1310 1136 1112 954 1431 1136
Gombe 407 175 430 197 421 150 364 124
Imo 775 696 605 489 504 440 528 484
Jigawa 544 94 780 181 460 64 543 121
Kaduna 1487 460 2350 1329 1201 770 1406 960
Kano 518 201 1585 492 1075 394 1359 409
Katsina 448 141 1015 314 685 269 1020 394
Kebbi 1143 335 675 226 494 171 317 48
Kogi 484 298 238 168 297 183 344 220
Kwara 498 290 635 407 434 277 475 295
Lagos 3216 2777 512 456 1056 912 988 794
Nassarawa 228 103 362 140 68 34 122 68
Niger 674 328 588 338 295 163 809 314
Ogun 1252 882 1211 864 896 627 762 490
Ondo 1075 672 1156 874 895 604 830 600
Osun 530 236 313 217 308 211 221 152
Oyo 1537 977 658 458 588 476 775 593
Plateau 680 344 335 272 440 210 552 395
Rivers 827 581 839 657 542 438 1248 947
Sokoto 87 14 265 42 236 25 263 53
Taraba 1043 336 399 164 679 256 475 184
Yobe 483 220 416 157 650 298 178 57
Zamfara 697 30 785 98 221 38 394 71
F.C.T 809 576 677 526 439 322 473 305
TOTAL 29,276 17,082 29,449 17,730 23,693 14,352 23,567 14,487

Source: National Teachers' Institute, Kaduna.


Note: Revised Version

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TABLE 3.21 NATIONAL TEACHERS' INSTITUTE STUDENT OUT-TURN BY STATE
(COMPLETERS),2003/2004-2006/2007.
STATE 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007
MF MF MF MF
Abia 333 337 612 556
Adamawa 436 398 345 295
Akwa Ibom 778 760 1266 743
Anambra 252 657 637 531
Bauchi 744 722 487 696
Bayelsa 811 914 636 386
Benue 494 720 676 1086
Borno 863 996 464 347
Cross River 365 515 305 323
Delta 669 893 961 470
Ebonyi 324 1053 536 542
Edo 493 530 528 507
Ekiti 377 496 417 494
Enugu 655 1215 990 887
Gombe 281 566 317 1038
Imo 407 956 825 633
Jigawa 147 667 284 437
Kaduna 1591 1128 1099 1063
Kano 1110 821 341 368
Katsina 436 292 367 358
Kebbi 506 271 171 366
Kogi 667 587 419 497
Kwara 479 413 292 374
Lagos 1902 2275 2329 2257
Nassarawa 262 252 270 134
Niger 1624 854 205 374
Ogun 1210 1340 888 770
Ondo 1026 1425 739 1002
Osun 940 247 300 222
Oyo 774 1261 910 1115
Plateau 230 230 194 463
Rivers 993 909 630 516
Sokoto 330 99 180 58
Taraba 271 1177 683 512
Yobe 255 261 237 366
Zamfara 58 97 542 475
F.C.T 50 55 469 653
TOTAL 23143 26389 21551 21914

Source: National Teachers' Institute, Kaduna.


Note: Revised Version.

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TABLE 3.22a SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2000/20001
NAME OF INSTITUTION PRE-National National Diploma Higher National TOTAL
Diploma Diploma
M F MF M F MF M F MF M F MF

M.I Okpara Coll of Agric., na na na


Umuagwo 99 139 238 105 122 227 204 261 465
Fed College of Agric., Akure
38 12 50 96 20 116 105 57 162 239 89 328
Fed College of Agric., Ishiagu
154 126 280 92 97 189 63 50 113 309 273 582
Fed. College of Agric., Zaria
55 18 73 90 24 114 199 46 245 344 88 432
College of Agric., Jalingo
99 340 488 192 680 186 121 307 915 412 1,327
Nat. Water Resources Inst., na na na
Kaduna 35 3 38 50 6 56 85 9 94
College of Agric., Maiduguri na na na
223 41 264 207 111 318 430 152 582
Fed Coll of Animal Health, Ibadan na na na
121 39 160 53 21 74 174 60 234
Fed Coll of Fisheries, Lagos
31 1 32 192 27 219 24 12 36 247 40 287
Fed Coll of Animal Health, Vom
55 5 60 197 27 224 513 95 608 765 127 892
Fed Coll of Agric., Ibadan na na na
333 129 462 178 38 216 511 167 678
Fed School of Forestry, Ibadan na na na
291 95 386 96 18 114 387 113 500
School of Agric., Ozoro
37 15 52 67 35 102 34 8 42 138 58 196
Fed School of Wildlife, New-
Bussa 14 6 20 83 13 96 29 3 32 126 22 148
Fed Coll of Fisheries, New-Bussa
13 2 15 37 14 51 37 8 45 87 24 111
College of Agric., Gboko
95 23 118 790 290 1,080 414 147 561 1,299 460 1,759
College of Agric., Lafia na na na na na na
106 30 136 106 30 136
Fed School of Forestry, Jos na na na na na na
38 2 40 38 2 40
Fed Forestry Mechanisation, na na na
Afaka-Kaduna 9 1 10 8 3 11 17 4 21
School of Agric., Obubra
204 105 309 348 302 650 242 135 377 794 542 1,336
Fed College of Agric., Kabba
39 12 51 36 10 46 63 9 72 138 31 169
Fed College of Agric., Kaduna
19 3 22 38 7 45 118 20 138 175 30 205
Petroleum Training Inst., Warri
176 33 209 803 103 906 676 95 771 1,655 231 1,886
Maritime Academy of Nigeria,
Oron 31 3 34 131 7 138 60 7 67 222 17 239
Federal School of Survey, Oyo na na na
70 1 71 97 8 105 167 9 176
Federal School of Mines, Jos na na na na na na
24 2 26 24 2 26
Adamawa State Coll of Agric., na na na na na na
Mubi 530 162 692 530 162 692
Nigerian Army Sch of Finance, na na na
Apapa 110 23 133 54 5 59 164 28 192
Akwa Ibom State Coll of Agric., na na na na na na
Abak 81 61 142 81 61 142

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Edo State Coll of Agric., na na na
Iguoriakhi 50 18 68 136 36 172 186 54 240
Plateau State Coll of Agric., na na na
Garkawa 138 54 192 100 35 135 238 89 327
Fed Coll of Land Resources, Kuru
12 1 13 83 14 97 125 23 148 220 38 258
Fed Coll of Land Resources,
Owerri 27 21 48 36 44 80 45 35 80 108 100 208
Fed Coll of Freshwater Tech., na na na na na na
Baga 89 6 95 89 6 95
GRAND TOTAL
1,699 601 2,300 5,841 2,071 7,912 3,672 1,119 4,791 11,212 3,79 15,003
1
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.22b SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2001/2002
PRE-National National Diploma Higher National TOTAL
NAME OF INSTITUTION Diploma Diploma
M F MF M F MF M F MF M F MF
M.I Okpara Coll of Agric.,
Umuagwo 19 27 46 111 86 197 44 39 83 174 152 326
Fed College of Agric., Akure
70 14 84 205 58 263 128 52 180 403 124 527
Fed College of Agric., Ishiagu
3 5 8 90 87 177 73 53 126 166 145 311
Fed. College of Agric., Zaria
70 57 127 140 55 195 243 76 319 453 188 641
College of Agric., Jalingo na na na
671 169 840 109 36 145 780 205 985
Nat. Water Resources Inst., na na na
Kaduna 26 4 30 37 3 40 63 7 70
Fed Coll of Animal Health, Ibadan na na na
188 72 260 94 32 126 282 104 386
Fed Coll of Fisheries, Lagos
23 3 26 339 30 369 23 12 35 385 45 430
Fed Coll of Animal Health, Vom
48 12 60 114 28 142 489 71 560 651 111 762
College of Agric., Zuru
79 36 115 117 35 152 154 6 160 350 77 427
Fed Coll of Agric., Ibadan na na na
255 87 342 104 23 127 359 110 469
Fed School of Forestry, Ibadan
60 20 80 233 90 323 90 9 99 383 119 502
School of Agric., Ozoro
53 16 69 107 36 143 69 15 84 229 67 296
Fed School of Wildlife, New-
Bussa 17 7 24 132 28 160 24 2 26 173 37 210
Fed Coll of Fisheries, New-Bussa
21 1 22 43 14 57 27 15 42 91 30 121
College of Agric., Gboko
119 26 145 643 218 861 442 130 572 1,204 374 1,578
School of Agric., Mokwa
128 27 155 245 49 294 236 38 274 609 114 723
College of Agric., Lafia
28 11 39 841 306 1,147 158 78 236 1,027 395 1,422
Fed School of Forestry, Jos
39 4 43 62 8 70 81 12 93 182 24 206
Fed School of Leather Tech., na na na
Zaria 73 11 84 15 4 19 88 15 103
Fed Forestry Mechanisation, na na na
Afaka-Kaduna 18 4 22 29 9 38 47 13 60
School of Agric., Obubra
84 26 110 205 79 284 227 61 288 516 166 682
Borno State Coll of Agric., na na na
Maiduguri 28 11 39 388 151 539 416 162 578
Fed College of Agric., Kabba
39 12 51 62 19 81 54 8 62 155 39 194
Fed College of Agric., Kaduna
37 7 44 42 5 47 85 23 108 164 35 199
Audu Bako Sch. Of Agric., Kano na na na
86 1 87 90 1 91 176 2 178
Petroleum Training Inst., Warri
176 31 207 1,033 124 1,157 509 58 567 1,718 213 1,931
Maritime Academy of Nigeria,
Oron 40 9 49 227 17 244 52 3 55 319 29 348
Federal School of Survey, Oyo na na na
132 11 143 66 7 73 198 18 216
Federal School of Mines, Jos na na na na na na
33 4 37 33 4 37
Adamawa State Coll of Agric., na na na na na na
Mubi 203 46 249 203 46 249
Nigerian Army Sch of Finance, na na na
Apapa 104 22 126 82 9 91 186 31 217
Akwa Ibom State Coll of Agric., na na na
Abak 72 32 104 119 101 220 191 133 324
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Edo State Coll of Agric., Iguoriakhi na na na
53 14 67 153 50 203 206 64 270
Plateau State Coll of Agric., na na na
Garkawa 80 48 128 178 76 254 258 124 382
Fed Coll of Land Resources, Kuru
31 7 38 91 21 112 70 8 78 192 36 228
Fed Coll of Land Resources,
Owerri 4 11 15 67 42 109 11 2 13 82 55 137
Yobe State Coll of Agric., Gujba na na na
371 18 389 255 18 273 626 36 662
Fed Coll of Freshwater Tech., na na na na
Baga 61 61 50 50 25 25 136 136
Anambra State Coll of Agric., na na na
Igbariam 32 30 62 24 25 49 56 55 111
Abuja School of Accountancy, na na na
Garki-Abuja 12 18 30 26 37 63 38 55 93
GRAND TOTAL
1,969 515 2,484 8,154 2,334 10,48 3,845 910 4,755 13,96 3,759 17,72
8 8 7
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.22c SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2002/2003
NAME OF INSTITUTION PRE-NATIONAL NATIONAL HIGHER NATIONAL TOTAL
DIPLOMA DIPLOMA DIPLOMA

M F MF M F MF M F MF M F MF

M.I Okpara Coll of Agric., na na na 181 202 383 76 73 149 257 275 532
Umuagwo

Fed College of Agric., Akure 47 26 73 152 89 241 150 34 184 349 149 498

Fed College of Agric., Ishiagu 5 4 9 80 82 162 65 55 120 150 141 291

Fed. College of Agric., Zaria 114 74 188 285 87 372 281 69 350 680 230 910

College of Agric., Jalingo 143 65 208 654 461 1,115 291 120 411 1,088 646 1,734

Nat. Water Resources Inst., na na na 42 5 47 33 3 36 75 8 83


Kaduna

College of Agric., Maiduguri 32 7 39 453 158 611 na na na 485 165 650

Fed Coll of Fisheries, Lagos 53 na 53 403 53 456 34 28 62 490 81 571

Fed Coll of Animal Health, Vom 22 na 22 87 3 90 na na na 109 3 112

College of Agric., Zuru 235 52 287 298 57 355 109 12 121 642 121 763

Fed School of Forestry, Ibadan 39 18 57 264 77 341 37 8 45 340 103 443

School of Agric., Ozoro 26 19 45 136 52 188 54 23 77 216 94 310

Fed School of Wildlife, New-Bussa 38 12 50 154 58 212 38 6 44 230 76 306

Fed Coll of Fisheries, New-Bussa 8 2 10 45 8 53 27 13 40 80 23 103

College of Agric., Gboko 119 26 145 643 218 861 182 95 277 944 339 1,283

School of Agric., Mokwa 99 34 133 252 72 324 165 37 202 516 143 659

College of Agric., Lafia 406 123 529 450 74 524 158 41 199 1,014 238 1,252

Fed School of Forestry, Jos 23 6 29 22 8 30 32 5 37 77 19 96

Fed School of Leather Tech., na na na 82 11 93 11 4 15 93 15 108


Zaria

Fed Forestry Mechanisation, 19 1 20 50 9 59 12 2 14 81 12 93


Afaka-Kaduna

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Borno State Coll of Agric., 32 7 39 453 158 611 na na na 485 165 650
Maiduguri
Fed College of Agric., Kabba 42 17 59 63 15 78 54 8 62 159 40 199

Fed College of Agric., Kaduna 61 13 74 118 26 144 276 55 331 455 94 549

Fed College of Agric., Bakura 12 1 13 97 2 99 na na na 109 3 112

Audu Bako Sch. Of Agric., Kano 98 2 100 132 2 134 69 2 71 299 6 305
Metallurgical Trg Inst., Onitsha na na na 399 33 432 na na na 399 33 432

Petroleum Training Inst., Warri na na na 538 67 605 346 39 385 884 106 990

Maritime Academy of Nigeria, 35 3 38 355 35 390 53 7 60 443 45 488


Oron

Federal School of Survey, Oyo na na na 184 13 197 32 6 38 216 19 235

Federal School of Mines, Jos na na na 66 6 72 na na na 66 6 72

Adamawa State Coll of Agric., 127 40 167 225 50 275 na na na 352 90 442
Mubi

Nigerian Army Sch of Finance, na na na 119 48 167 166 46 212 285 94 379
Apapa

Akwa Ibom State Coll of Agric., 92 74 166 184 142 326 5 3 8 281 219 500
Abak

Edo State Coll of Agric., Iguoriakhi 45 15 60 182 53 235 na na na 227 68 295

Plateau State Coll of Agric., 82 46 128 197 77 274 na na na 279 123 402
Garkawa

Fed Coll of Land Resources, Kuru 29 6 35 64 11 75 48 7 55 141 24 165

Fed Coll of Land Resources, 38 39 77 189 183 372 152 139 291 379 361 740
Owerri

Yobe State Coll of Agric., Gujba 231 11 242 329 26 355 na na na 560 37 597

Fed Coll of Freshwater Tech., 48 2 50 35 na 35 25 na 25 108 2 110


Baga

Anambra State Coll of Agric., na na na 47 56 103 34 36 70 81 92 173


Igbariam

Abuja School of Accountancy, na na na 76 52 128 na na na 76 52 128


Garki-Abuja
Wavecrest Coll of Catering, na na na na 10 10 na na na na 10 10
Surulere-Lagos
GRAND TOTAL 2,400 745 3,145 8,785 2,849 11,63 3,015 976 3,991 14,20 4,570 18,77
4 0 0
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

Note: na = Note available

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TABLE 3.22d SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2003/2004
NAME OF INSTITUTION Pre- National National Diploma Higher National TOTAL
Diploma Diploma

M F MF M F MF M F MF M F MF

M.I Okpara Coll of Agric.,


Umuagwo 9 8 17 170 183 353 67 88 155 246 279 525

Fed College of Agric., Akure


53 17 70 346 159 505 153 53 206 552 229 781
Fed College of Agric., Ishiagu
4 4 8 82 51 133 65 59 124 151 114 265
Fed. College of Agric., Zaria
110 70 180 269 155 424 170 38 208 549 263 812
College of Agric., Jalingo
196 13 209 900 544 1,444 276 137 413 1,372 694 2,066
Nat. Water Resources Inst., na na na
Kaduna 128 12 140 32 2 34 160 14 174

Fed Coll of Animal Health, Ibadan na na na


269 114 383 61 27 88 330 141 471

Fed Coll of Fisheries, Lagos


21 4 25 388 35 423 22 16 38 431 55 486

Fed Coll of Animal Health, Vom


43 10 53 373 123 496 210 78 288 626 211 837

College of Agric., Zuru


213 35 248 493 18 511 166 24 190 872 77 949
Fed Coll of Agric, Ibadan na na na na na na
387 112 499 387 112 499
Fed School of Forestry, Ibadan
26 15 41 256 87 343 39 18 57 321 120 441

Fed School of Wildlife, New-Bussa


14 6 20 210 68 278 40 6 46 264 80 344

Fed Coll of Fisheries, New-Bussa na na na


44 8 52 20 10 30 64 18 82

College of Agric., Gboko


209 32 241 577 267 844 361 168 529 1,147 467 1,614

School of Agric., Mokwa


178 42 220 452 148 600 300 68 368 930 258 1,188

College of Agric., Lafia na na na na na na


225 135 360 225 135 360

Fed School of Forestry, Jos


46 16 62 95 22 117 96 11 107 237 49 286

Fed School of Leather Tech., Zaria na na na


104 33 137 16 5 21 120 38 158

Fed Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka-


Kaduna 37 2 39 49 5 54 26 8 34 112 15 127

Borno State Coll of Agric., na na na


Maiduguri 46 7 53 492 166 658 538 173 711

Fed College of Agric., Kabba


60 24 84 110 42 152 64 6 70 234 72 306

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Fed Coll of Agric., Kaduna
22 7 29 100 23 123 97 15 112 219 45 264

Audu Bako Sch. Of Agric., Kano na


110 110 104 3 107 69 1 70 283 4 287

Metallurgical Trg Inst., Onitsha na na na na na na


416 45 461 416 45 461

Petroleum Training Inst., Warri


178 28 206 205 57 262 71 6 77 454 91 545

Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron na


17 17 441 38 479 50 5 55 508 43 551

Federal School of Survey, Oyo na na na 187 15 202 33 4 37 220 19 239

Adamawa State Coll of Agric., Mubi na na na na na na


187 49 236 187 49 236

Nigerian Army Sch of Finance, na na na


Apapa 124 25 149 105 27 132 229 52 281

Akwa Ibom State Coll of Agric.,


Abak 141 165 306 223 174 397 23 7 30 387 346 733

Edo State Coll of Agric., Iguoriakhi na na na


34 4 38 163 40 203 197 44 241

Plateau State Coll of Agric., na na na


Garkawa 110 58 168 166 83 249 276 141 417

Fed Coll of Land Resources, Kuru


30 7 37 79 26 105 67 11 78 176 44 220

Fed Coll of Land Resources,


Owerri 55 54 109 212 166 378 136 112 248 403 332 735

Yobe State Coll of Agric., Gujba na na na


304 12 316 238 19 257 542 31 573

Fed Coll of Freshwater Tech., Baga na


35 35 36 2 38 35 - 35 106 2 108

Anambra State Coll of Agric., na na na


Igbariam 55 71 126 35 46 81 90 117 207

Abuja School of Accountancy, na na na na na na


Garki-Abuja 135 101 236 135 101 236

Wavecrest Coll of Catering, na na na na na na na na


Surulere-Lagos 53 53 53 53
GRAND TOTAL
2,301 640 2,941 9,265 3,342 12,607 3,130 1,191 4,321 14,696 5,173 19,869

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.22e SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2004/2005
NAME OF INSTITUTIONS Pre-National Diploma National Diploma Higher National Total
Diploma
M F MF M F MF M F MF M F MF
School of Agric., Mokwa na na na na na na na na na na na na
M.I Okpara Coll of Agric., Umuagwo na na na
66 76 142 50 77 127 116 153 269
Fed College of Agric., Akure
31 14 45 346 153 499 144 58 202 521 225 746
Fed College of Agric., Ishiagu
11 11 22 113 73 186 81 62 143 205 146 351
Fed. College of Agric., Zaria
69 43 112 321 188 509 126 38 164 516 269 785
College of Agric., Jalingo
189 111 300 555 459 1,014 217 186 403 961 756 1,717
Nat. Water Resources Inst., na na na
Kaduna 74 7 81 24 2 26 98 9 107
Fed Coll of Fisheries, Lagos na na na na
19 19 397 21 418 416 21 437
Fed Coll of Animal Health, Vom
51 17 68 150 43 193 165 41 206 366 101 467
College of Agric., Zuru
236 38 274 409 115 524 171 21 192 816 174 990
Fed Coll of Agric, Ibadan na na na
297 100 397 132 40 172 429 140 569
Fed School of Forestry, Ibadan
13 14 27 106 60 166 23 14 37 142 88 230
Fed School of Wildlife, New-Bussa
14 6 20 195 62 257 40 6 46 249 74 323
Fed Coll of Fisheries, New-Bussa na na na
50 30 80 13 7 20 63 37 100
College of Agric., Gboko
117 31 148 802 344 1,146 326 142 468 1,245 517 1,762
School of Agric., Mokwa
119 27 146 269 86 355 156 29 185 544 142 686
College of Agric., Lafia na na na
611 573 1,184 364 262 626 975 835 1,810
Fed School of Forestry, Jos
27 7 34 114 35 149 87 8 95 228 50 278
Fed School of Leather Tech., Zaria na na na
117 50 167 25 5 30 142 55 197
Fed Forestry Mechanisation, Afaka-
Kaduna 18 2 20 68 10 78 39 11 50 125 23 148
Borno State Coll of Agric.,
Maiduguri 79 8 87 448 160 608 129 18 147 656 186 842
Fed College of Agric., Kabba
60 20 80 104 40 144 48 5 53 212 65 277
Fed Coll of Agric., Kaduna
65 12 77 139 38 177 89 14 103 293 64 357
Petroleum Training Inst., Warri
263 42 305 765 90 855 434 58 492 1,462 190 1,652
Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron na na na
520 33 553 97 9 106 617 42 659
Federal School of Survey, Oyo na na na
153 14 167 46 6 52 199 20 219
Adamawa State Coll of Agric., Mubi na na na na na na
113 61 174 113 61 174
Nigerian Army Sch of Finance, na na na
Apapa 130 20 150 55 5 60 185 25 210
Akwa Ibom State Coll of Agric.,
Abak 57 30 87 367 559 926 25 20 45 449 609 1,058
Edo State Coll of Agric., Iguoriakhi na na na
33 7 40 221 44 265 254 51 305
Plateau State Coll of Agric., na na na
Garkawa 139 59 198 129 77 206 268 136 404
Fed Coll of Land Resources, Kuru
33 8 41 115 37 152 95 13 108 243 58 301
Fed Coll of Land Resources, Owerri
61 57 118 231 180 411 110 85 195 402 322 724
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Yobe State Coll of Agric., Gujba na na na
326 18 344 419 22 441 745 40 785
Fed Coll of Freshwater Tech., Baga na na
34 34 40 2 42 25 25 99 2 101
Anambra State Coll of Agric., na na na
Igbariam 68 80 148 37 60 97 105 140 245
Abuja School of Accountancy,
Garki-Abuja 28 17 45 164 127 291 32 22 54 224 166 390
Wavecrest Coll of Catering, na na na na na na na na
Surulere-Lagos 26 26 26 26
Nigerian Inst of Journalism, Ogba- na na na
Ikeja 53 91 144 2 6 8 55 97 152
GRAND TOTAL
2,092 599 2,691 9,239 4,186 13,425 3,407 1,330 4,737 14,738 6,115 20,853

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.23 TOTAL ENROLMENT OF STUDENTS IN NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS BY INSTITUTION,
PROPRIETORSHIP AND SEX, 2000/2001-2004/2005
NAME OF INSTITUTION 2000/2001 2001/2002 2002/2003
M F MF M F MF M F MF
Yaba Coll.of Tech,Yaba 3,500 8,372
1,906 5,406 3,437 11,809 9,857 4,586 14,443
Kaduna Poly,Kaduna 5,973 7,983
2,323 8,296 3,815 11,798 8,475 3,658 12,133
The Ibadan Poly, Ibadan na na na 15,961
11,545 27,506 14,587 12,658 27,245
Auchi Poly. Auchi 6,608 12,061
3,315 9,923 6,429 18,490 16,258 6,258 22,516
Institution of Mgt Tech,Enugu 5,056 5,273
7,872 12,92 8,053 13,326 4,586 9,256 13,842
8
H/Usman Poly,Katsuina na na na 1,801
268 2,069 2,548 125 2,673
Kwara State Poly,Ilorin na na na 6,405
4,049 10,454 6,598 4,326 10,924
The Poly. Calabar 3,877 NU NU NU NU NU NU
1,890 5,767
Federal Poly. Mubi 1,354 na na na
596 1,950 3,698 1,958 5,656
Ramat Poly. Maiduguri 3,052 2,058
1,576 4,628 774 2,832 2,568 658 3,226
Waziri Umaru Poly. B/Kebbi 3,177 3,000
509 3,686 1,238 4,238 3,568 1,356 4,924
Benue State Poly. Ugbokolo 2,240 3,835
609 2,849 676 4,511 2,658 698 3,356
Fed Poly. Ado Ekiti 4,642 1,939
2,650 7,292 634 2,573 1,687 623 2,310
Federal Poly. Bida na na na 3,404
1,712 5,116 3,698 1,823 5,521
Federal Poly. Idah 3,180 5,491
1,167 4,347 2,937 8,428 6,587 2,645 9,232
Lagos State Poly. Ikorodu na na na 5,668
2,452 8,120 6,895 2,658 9,553
Kano State Poly. Kano 3,913 2,408
952 4,865 1,918 4,326 1,587 2,054 3,641
Moshood Abiola Poly. Abeokuta 2,228 6,542
1,714 3,942 2,058 8,600 3,015 2,098 5,113
Plateau State Poly. B/Ladi 1,879 2,513
1,164 3,043 1,789 4,302 1,254 1,652 2,906
Federal Poly. Nekede 1,397 3,592
1,746 3,143 2,432 6,024 6,587 2,653 9,240
Federal Poly. Bauchi 1,829 4,605
1,245 3,074 6,168 10,773 5,621 5,862 11,483
Federal Poly. Ilaro 1,397 2,620
2,714 4,111 1,577 4,197 3,654 1,534 5,188
Rufus Giwa Poly. Owo 5,604 2,636
5,704 11,30 1,564 4,200 6,214 1,624 7,838
8
Federal Poly. Oko 1,075 5,227
2,870 3,945 4,020 9,247 2,354 4,125 6,479
A/Ibiam Federal Poly. Uwana Afikpo 1,515 2,065
792 2,307 3,357 5,422 2,635 3,985 6,620
Federal Poly. K/Namoda 1,265 1,690
448 1,713 882 2,572 1,654 652 2,306
Federal Poly. Nassarawa 2,253 757
1,267 3,520 315 1,072 698 365 1,063
Rivers State Poly. Bori 3,984 2,872
3,945 7,929 1,879 4,751 2,314 1,523 3,837
Nuhu Bamali Poly. Zaria 2,010 4,050
1,277 3,287 4,089 8,139 5,036 6,895 11,931
Abub/Tatari Ali Poly. Bauchi na na na 2,116
1,033 3,149 2,658 1,124 3,782
Osun State Poly. Iree 11,759 320
6,183 17,94 60 380 398 30 428
2
Osun State Coll. Of Tech. Esa Oka 11,313 11,676
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6,443 17,75 8,307 19,983 12,658 9,506 22,164
6
Akwa Ibom State Poly. Ikot Osura 1,413 1,077
1,837 3,250 972 2,049 1,356 687 2,043
Federal Poly. Ede 4,959 na na na na na na
3,703 8,662
Adamawa State Poly. Yola 42 87
9 51 33 120 98 25 123
Our Saviour Institution of Tech. Emene 857 799
Enugu 1,114 1,971 1,002 1,801 659 1,120 1,779
Abia State Poly. Aba 871 1,663
1,534 2,405 2,697 4,360 1,752 2,354 4,106
Hussaini Adamu Poly. Kazaure 178 138
8 186 5 143 124 12 136
Abdu Gusau Poly. Talata Mafara 549 695
192 741 103 798 698 124 822
Kogi State Poly. Lokoja 1,531 1,142
762 2,293 657 1,799 1,054 1,520 2,574
Federal Poly. Offa na na na 8,601
6,505 15,106 8,954 6,958 15,912
Niger State Poly. Zungeru 130 548
36 166 234 782 543 356 899
Taraba State Poly. Jalingo 605 na na na
187 792 1,245 1,024 2,269
Federal Poly. Damaturu 416 1,552
189 605 1,552 3,104 326 1,536 1,862
Lagos City Poly. Ikeja 152 267
164 316 268 535 168 652 820
Grace Poly. Surulere- Lagos NAP NAP NAP 205
241 446 65 362 427
Allover Central Poly. Otta NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Wolex Poly. Ikeja Lagos NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Univ. College of Tech. Ile Ife NAP NAP NAP NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Sokoto State Poly. Sokoto NYE NYE NYE NAP NAP NAP NYE NYE NYE

Ronik Poly. Lagos NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Delta State Poly. Ozoro NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Delta State Poly. Otefe NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Delta State Poly. Ogwashi-uku NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Nassarawa State Poly. Lafia NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Anambra State Poly. Ulli CD CD CD CD CD CD CD CD CD

Yobe State Poly. Geidam NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

TOTAL
107,783 72,612 180,395 155,71 103,736 259,450 169,647 115,698 285,345
4
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.
NYE=Not Yet Established.
NAP=No Accredited Programme.

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TABLE 3.23 cont. TOTAL ENROLMENT OF STUDENTS IN NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS BY INSTITUTION,
PROPRIETORSHIP AND SEX, 2000/2001-2004/2005
NAME OF INSTITUTION 2003/2004 2004/2005
M F MF M F MF
Yaba Coll.of Tech,Yaba 6,409 3,505 9,914 10,776 7,127 17,903

Kaduna Poly,Kaduna 11,250 5,506 16,756 11,114 5,575 16,689

The Ibadan Poly, Ibadan 10,825 7,086 17,911 na na na

Auchi Poly. Auchi 6,408 8,945 15,353 13,936 9,387 23,323

Institution of Mgt Tech,Enugu 2,131 291 2,422 10,060 14,763 24,823

H/Usman Poly,Katsuina 3,564 2,102 5,666 2,001 292 2,293

Kwara State Poly,Ilorin 2,032 705 2,737 4,181 2,481 6,662

The Poly. Calabar NU NU NU NU NU NU

Federal Poly. Mubi 4,373 1,665 6,038 1,950 652 2,602

Ramat Poly. Maiduguri 3,690 376 4,066 976 442 1,418

Waziri Umaru Poly. B/Kebbi 2,370 838 3,208 3,820 393 4,213

Benue State Poly. Ugbokolo 4,114 1,848 5,962 2,971 989 3,960

Fed Poly. Ado Ekiti 6,673 3,651 10,324 8,557 4,664 13,221

Federal Poly. Bida 8,100 3,102 11,202 6,722 3,585 10,307

Federal Poly. Idah na na na 6,153 2,229 8,382

Lagos State Poly. Ikorodu 4,388 1,176 5,564 4,328 3,251 7,579

Kano State Poly. Kano 2,861 1,865 4,726 8,388 1,768 10,156

Moshood Abiola Poly. Abeokuta 5,931 3,387 9,318 5,387 5,309 10,696

Plateau State Poly. B/Ladi na na na 3,681 1,934 5,615

Federal Poly. Nekede 2,981 1,777 4,758 10,981 12,442 23,423

Federal Poly. Bauchi 4,091 2,715 6,806 3,047 1,866 4,913

Federal Poly. Ilaro 3,539 2,547 6,086 4,061 3,054 7,115

Rufus Giwa Poly. Owo 4,446 5,939 10,385 3,377 2,538 5,915

Federal Poly. Oko 2,350 1,426 3,776 4,825 6,076 10,901

A/Ibiam Federal Poly. Uwana Afikpo 2,638 913 3,551 2,627 1,541 4,168

Federal Poly. K/Namoda 3,398 1,510 4,908 2,800 1,378 4,178

Federal Poly. Nassarawa 3,949 3,638 7,587 5,049 2,420 7,469

Rivers State Poly. Bori 1,762 844 2,606 3,296 2,670 5,966

Nuhu Bamali Poly. Zaria 224 40 264 5,973 3,047 9,020

Abub/Tatari Ali Poly. Bauchi na na na 692 82 774

Osun State Poly. Iree na na na na na na

Osun State Coll. Of Tech. Esa Oka 2,318 2,461 4,779 1,429 511 1,940

Akwa Ibom State Poly. Ikot Osura 6,441 5,366 11,807 1,819 2,338 4,157

Federal Poly. Ede na na na 7,152 5,963 13,115

Adamawa State Poly. Yola na na na 391 161 552

Our Saviour Institution of Tech. Emene Enugu na na na 220 335 555

Abia State Poly. Aba 345 39 384 3,121 4,293 7,414

Hussaini Adamu Poly. Kazaure 229 50 279 280 29 309

Abdu Gusau Poly. Talata Mafara 1,768 1,020 2,788 1,889 355 2,244

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Kogi State Poly. Lokoja 9,874 5,568 15,442 1,869 935 2,804

Federal Poly. Offa 798 207 1,005 9,874 5,568 15,442

Niger State Poly. Zungeru 603 283 886 1,076 221 1,297

Taraba State Poly. Jalingo 1,594 989 2,583 684 267 951

Federal Poly. Damaturu 315 361 676 1,492 904 2,396

Lagos City Poly. Ikeja 159 189 348 391 389 780

Grace Poly. Surulere- Lagos 51 46 97 193 200 393

Allover Central Poly. Otta 169 31 200 87 90 177

Wolex Poly. Ikeja Lagos 196 37 233 22 18 40

Univ. College of Tech. Ile Ife 44 48 92 103 200 303


Sokoto State Poly. Sokoto na na na 277 107 384

Ronik Poly. Lagos 455 175 630 71 77 148

Delta State Poly. Ozoro 89 90 179 na na na

Delta State Poly. Otefe 1,477 903 2,380 837 672 1,509

Delta State Poly. Ogwashi-uku na na na 676 574 1,250

Nassarawa State Poly. Lafia na na na na na na

Anambra State Poly. Ulli CD CD CD CD CD CD

Yobe State Poly. Geidam NAP NAP NAP NAP NAP NAP

TOTAL 141,422 85,260 226,682 185,682 126,162 311,844

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: na = Not available.
NYE=Not Yet Established.
NAP=No Accredited Programme.

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TABLE 3.24 ACADEMIC STAFF DISTRIBUTION OF NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS BY SEX AND
INSTITUTION 2001/2002-2004/2005
NAME OF INSTITUTION 2001/2002 2002/2003
M F MF M F MF
Yaba Coll.of Tech,Yaba 359 128 487 321 115 436

Kaduna Poly,Kaduna 1,109 217 1,326 876 261 1,137

The Ibadan Poly, Ibadan 117 20 137 176 35 211

Auchi Poly. Auchi 349 76 425 358 79 437

Institution of Mgt Tech,Enugu 204 25 229 219 26 245

H/Usman Poly,Katsina 159 23 182 na na na

Kwara State Poly,Ilorin 195 27 222 109 19 128

The Poly. Calabar na na na 144 20 164

Federal Poly. Mubi 160 23 183 159 23 182

Ramat Poly. Maiduguri 204 40 244 202 39 241

Waziri Umaru Poly. B/Kebbi 237 16 253 237 16 253

Benue State Poly. Ugbokolo 144 10 154 na na na

Fed Poly. Ado Ekiti 190 24 214 230 24 254

Federal Poly. Bida na na na 293 53 346

Federal Poly. Idah 187 19 206 258 24 282

Lagos State Poly. Ikorodu 188 43 231 na na na

Kano State Poly. Kano 99 31 130 200 49 249

Moshood Abiola Poly. Abeokuta 144 20 164 118 21 139

Plateau State Poly. B/Ladi 127 38 165 128 32 160

Federal Poly. Nekede 144 25 169 144 25 169

Federal Poly. Bauchi 168 40 208 na na na

Federal Poly. Ilaro 141 18 159 142 18 160

Rufus Giwa Poly. Owo 170 14 184 na na na

Federal Poly. Oko 53 33 86 234 100 334

A/Ibiam Federal Poly. Uwana Afikpo 53 9 62 129 26 155

Federal Poly. K/Namoda 113 15 128 130 16 146

Federal Poly. Nassarawa 238 47 285 na na na

Rivers State Poly. Bori 133 8 141 143 11 154

Nuhu Bamali Poly. Zaria 174 36 210 240 30 270

Abub/Tatari Ali Poly. Bauchi 156 23 179 125 16 141

Osun State Poly. Iree 98 12 110 104 12 116

Osun State Coll. Of Tech. Esa Oka 101 12 113 73 14 87

Akwa Ibom State Poly. Ikot Osura 100 22 122 99 26 125

Federal Poly. Ede na na na 136 23 159

Adamawa State Poly. Yola 103 21 124 na na na

Our Saviour Institution of Tech. Emene Enugu 35 29 64 na na na

Abia State Poly. Aba 56 13 69 59 11 70

Hussaini Adamu Poly. Kazaure 82 1 83 na na na

Abdu Gusau Poly. Talata Mafara 67 6 73 77 8 85

Kogi State Poly. Lokoja 83 9 92 103 16 119

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Federal Poly. Offa 252 34 286 153 27 180

Niger State Poly. Zungeru 83 3 86 138 7 145

Taraba State Poly. Jalingo 88 11 99 62 9 71

Federal Poly. Damaturu 100 11 111 89 10 99

Lagos City Poly. Ikeja 25 2 27 22 3 25

Grace Poly. Surulere- Lagos 29 3 32 28 8 36

Allover Central Poly. Otta NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Wolex Poly. Ikeja Lagos NYE NYE NYE 35 3 38

Univ. College of Tech. Ile Ife NYE NYE NYE 7 na 7

Sokoto State Poly. Sokoto NYE NYE NYE 12 2 14

Ronik Poly. Lagos NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Delta State Poly. Ozoro NYE NYE NYE 28 1 29

Delta State Poly. Otefe NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Delta State Poly. Ogwashi- uku NYE NYE NYE 18 7 25

Nassarawa State Poly. Lafia NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

Anambra State Poly. Ulli CD CD CD CD CD CD

Yobe State Poly. Geidam NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE NYE

TOTAL 7,017 1,237 8,254 6,558 1,265 7,823

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: (1) na = Not available.
(2) NYE: Not Yet Established.
(3) NAP= No Accredited Programme.

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TABLE 3.24 cont. ACADEMIC STAFF DISTRIBUTION OF NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS BY SEX AND
INSTITUTION 2001/2002-2004/2005
NAME OF INSTITUTION 2003/2004 2004/2005
M F MF M F MF
Yaba Coll.of Tech,Yaba 303 122 425 370 155 525

Kaduna Poly,Kaduna 799 229 1,028 853 246 1,099

The Ibadan Poly, Ibadan 240 45 285 243 45 288

Auchi Poly. Auchi 351 60 411 354 63 417

Institution of Mgt Tech,Enugu 113 15 128 217 46 263

H/Usman Poly,Katsina 205 23 228 171 23 194

Kwara State Poly,Ilorin 205 31 236 198 41 239

The Poly. Calabar na na na na na na

Federal Poly. Mubi 156 22 178 150 23 173

Ramat Poly. Maiduguri 234 53 287 147 28 175

Waziri Umaru Poly. B/Kebbi 251 15 266 84 10 94

Benue State Poly. Ugbokolo 210 9 219 182 5 187

Fed Poly. Ado Ekiti 233 23 256 239 25 264

Federal Poly. Bida 276 37 313 258 35 293

Federal Poly. Idah 244 24 268 245 30 275

Lagos State Poly. Ikorodu na na na 219 49 268

Kano State Poly. Kano 62 17 79 96 31 127

Moshood Abiola Poly. Abeokuta 103 17 120 131 21 152

Plateau State Poly. B/Ladi 126 36 162 133 35 168

Federal Poly. Nekede 172 37 209 190 63 253

Federal Poly. Bauchi 363 90 453 236 46 282

Federal Poly. Ilaro na na na 151 16 167

Rufus Giwa Poly. Owo 347 43 390 170 27 197

Federal Poly. Oko 264 131 395 178 80 258

A/Ibiam Federal Poly. Uwana Afikpo 70 5 75 114 14 128

Federal Poly. K/Namoda 132 18 150 139 15 154

Federal Poly. Nassarawa na na na 213 22 235

Rivers State Poly. Bori 138 11 149 146 13 159

Nuhu Bamali Poly. Zaria 304 35 339 333 na 333

Abub/Tatari Ali Poly. Bauchi 129 16 145 172 23 195

Osun State Poly. Iree 96 14 110 104 14 118

Osun State Coll. Of Tech. Esa Oka 82 12 94 186 25 211

Akwa Ibom State Poly. Ikot Osura na na na 92 31 123

Federal Poly. Ede na na na 68 13 81

Adamawa State Poly. Yola 139 23 162 114 22 136

Our Saviour Institution of Tech. Emene Enugu na na na 30 16 46

Abia State Poly. Aba 56 15 71 52 13 65

Hussaini Adamu Poly. Kazaure 18 5 23 111 10 121

Abdu Gusau Poly. Talata Mafara 101 5 106 105 8 113

Kogi State Poly. Lokoja 133 25 158 130 19 149

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Federal Poly. Offa 160 32 192 160 32 192

Niger State Poly. Zungeru 127 5 132 126 5 131

Taraba State Poly. Jalingo 88 11 99 88 11 99

Federal Poly. Damaturu na na na 84 10 94

Lagos City Poly. Ikeja 28 4 32 32 4 36

Grace Poly. Surulere- Lagos 51 2 53 53 2 55

Allover Central Poly. Otta 41 27 68 18 5 23

Wolex Poly. Ikeja Lagos na na na na na 7

Univ. College of Tech. Ile Ife 22 na na na na 22

Sokoto State Poly. Sokoto 32 2 34 41 5 46

Ronik Poly. Lagos 27 6 33 20 4 24

Delta State Poly. Ozoro 73 12 85 83 20 103

Delta State Poly. Otefe 112 18 130 44 8 52

Delta State Poly. Ogwashi- uku 136 25 161 53 16 69

Nassarawa State Poly. Lafia na na na 168 29 197

Anambra State Poly. Ulli CD CD CD CD CD CD

Yobe State Poly. Geidam NAP NAP NAP NAP NAP NAP

TOTAL 7,552 1,407 8,959 8,323 1,552 9,875

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: (1) na = Not available.
(2) NYE: Not Yet Established.
(3) NAP= No Accredited Programme.

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TABLE 3.25a SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2000/2001
NAME OF INSTITUTION Pre- National Diploma National Diploma
M F MF M F MF
Yaba Coll.of Technology,Yaba-Lagos 33 29 62 1,718 902 2,620

Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna 1,596 657 2,253 2,249 874 3,123

Auchi Polytechnic,Auchi 1,288 451 1,739 4,196 2,398 6,594

Institution of Management Technology, Enugu na na na 2,466 3,856 6,322

The Polytechnic, Calabar 680 331 1,011 2,199 847 3,046

Federal Polytechnic, Mubi 542 257 799 569 256 825

Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri 1,070 370 1,440 1,512 1,008 2,520

Kebbi State Poly.,B/Kebbi 508 24 532 1,752 356 2,108

Benue State Polytechnic,Ugbokolo 688 212 900 1,204 291 1,495

Federal Polytechnic,Ado Ekiti na na na 2,422 1,411 3,833

Federal Polytechnic, Idah 1,239 464 1,703 1,355 471 1,826

Kano State Polytechnic, Kano 1,404 332 1,736 1,577 367 1,944

Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta 159 59 218 1,272 907 2,179

Plateau State Polytechnic, B/Ladi 720 471 1,191 856 480 1,336

Federal Polytechnic, N/Owerri 518 735 1,253 2,098 2,232 4,330

Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi 549 406 955 583 430 1,013

Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro na na na 2,076 1,623 3,699

Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo 1,509 NA 1,509 2,829 5,704 8,533

A/Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Uwana Afikpo 361 248 609 766 352 1,118

Federal Polytechnic. K/Namoda 560 190 750 516 207 723

Federal Polytechnic, Nassarawa 190 76 266 388 177 565

Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori PH 951 820 1,771 2,183 2,221 4,404

Kaduna State Polytechnic, Zaria 468 159 627 1,056 895 1,951

Osun State Ploytechnic, Iree 3,865 2,094 5,959 6,266 3,324 9,590

Osun State Coll. Of Technology, Esa-Oke 4,453 2,333 6,786 4,527 2,675 7,202

Federal Polytechnic, Ede 363 140 503 3,154 2,426 5,580

Adamawa State Polytechnic, Yola 29 7 36 13 2 15

Our Saviour Institution of Technology, E/Enugu 106 205 311 667 723 1,390

Abia State Polytechnic, Aba 217 422 639 523 900 1,423

Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic, Kazaura 139 7 146 39 1 40

Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara 10 17 27 105 42 147

Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja na na na 1,203 648 1,851

Taraba State Polytechnic, Wukar 176 42 218 429 145 574

Federal Polytechnic, Damaturu na na na 369 172 541

Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja 18 22 40 99 92 191

GRAND TOTAL 24,409 11,580 35,989 55,236 39,415 94,651

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.25a cont. SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2000/2001
NAME OF INSTITUTION Higher National Diploma TOTAL
M F MF M F MF
Yaba Coll.of Technology,Yaba-Lagos 1,749 975 2,724 3,500 1,906 5,406

Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna 2,133 792 2,925 5,978 2,323 8,301

Auchi Polytechnic,Auchi 1,124 466 1,590 6,608 3,315 9,923

Institution of Management Technology, Enugu 2,590 4,016 6,606 5,056 7,872 12,928

The Polytechnic, Calabar 998 712 1,710 3,877 1,890 5,767

Federal Polytechnic, Mubi 243 83 326 1,354 596 1,950

Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri 470 198 668 3,052 1,576 4,628

Kebbi State Poly.,B/Kebbi 917 129 1,046 3,177 509 3,686

Benue State Polytechnic,Ugbokolo 348 106 454 2,240 609 2,849

Federal Polytechnic,Ado Ekiti 2,220 1,239 3,459 4,642 2,650 7,292

Federal Polytechnic, Idah 586 232 818 3,180 1,167 4,347

Kano State Polytechnic, Kano 932 253 1,185 3,913 952 4,865

Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta 797 748 1,545 2,228 1,714 3,942

Plateau State Polytechnic, B/Ladi 303 213 516 1,879 1,164 3,043

Federal Polytechnic, N/Owerri 581 779 1,360 3,197 3,746 6,943

Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi 697 409 1,106 1,829 1,245 3,074

Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro 1,121 1,091 2,212 3,197 2,714 5,911

Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo 1,346 NA 1,346 5,684 5,704 11,388

A/Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Uwana Afikpo 388 192 580 1,515 792 2,307

Federal Polytechnic. K/Namoda 189 51 240 1,265 448 1,713

Federal Polytechnic, Nassarawa 71 28 99 649 281 930

Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori PH 850 904 1,754 3,984 3,945 7,929

Kaduna State Polytechnic, Zaria 486 223 709 2,010 1,277 3,287

Osun State Ploytechnic, Iree 1,628 765 2,393 11,759 6,183 17,942

Osun State Coll. Of Technology, Esa-Oke 2,333 1,435 3,768 11,313 6,443 17,756

Federal Polytechnic, Ede 1,442 1,137 2,579 4,959 3,703 8,662

Adamawa State Polytechnic, Yola na na na 42 9 51

Our Saviour Institution of Technology, E/Enugu 84 186 270 857 1,114 1,971

Abia State Polytechnic, Aba 131 212 343 871 1,534 2,405

Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic, Kazaura na na na 178 8 186

Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara na na na 115 59 174

Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja 328 114 442 1,531 762 2,293

Taraba State Polytechnic, Wukar na na na 605 187 792

Federal Polytechnic, Damaturu 47 17 64 416 189 605

Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja 35 50 85 152 164 316

GRAND TOTAL 27,167 17,755 44,922 106,812 68,750 175,562

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.25b SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2001/2002
NAME OF INSTITUTION Pre - National Diploma National Diploma
M F MF M F MF
Yaba Coll.of Technology,Yaba-Lagos 272 22 294 4,315 2,031 6,346
Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna 2,479 1,247 3,726 3,017 1,439 4,456
The Polytechnic, Ibadan 1,615 1,173 2,788 8,142 6,545 14,687
Auchi Polytechnic,Auchi 1,804 752 2,556 6,357 3,616 9,973
Institution of Management Tech., Enugu 672 1,021 1,693 2,494 3,854 6,348
Hassan Usman Katsina Poly., Katsina 706 103 809 833 129 962
Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin NA 30 30 4,097 2,627 6,724
Federal Polytechnic, Mubi 789 304 1,093 897 361 1,258
Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri 1,302 467 1,769 1,355 646 2,001
Kebbi State Poly.,B/Kebbi 546 25 571 2,585 513 3,098
Benue State Polytechnic,Ugbokolo 419 205 624 1,201 339 1,540
Federal Polytechnic,Ado Ekiti na na na 1,573 764 2,337
Federal Polytechnic Bida 1,440 794 2,234 2,764 1,528 4,292
Federal Polytechnic, Idah 2,050 855 2,905 2,995 1,278 4,273
Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu-Lagos na na na 1,723 1,271 2,994
Kano State Polytechnic, Kano 2,103 407 2,510 2,214 789 3,003
Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta 343 210 553 1,517 1,043 2,560
Plateau State Polytechnic, B/Ladi 1,425 1,127 2,552 1,659 1,066 2,725
Federal Polytechnic, N/Owerri 1,314 2,072 3,386 2,796 3,390 6,186
Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi 848 556 1,404 774 557 1,331
Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro na na na 1,866 954 2,820
Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo 496 431 927 4,030 3,043 7,073
Federal Polytechnic,Oko 230 245 475 1,103 1,786 2,889
A/Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Uwana 219 95 314 1,018 551 1,569
Afikpo
Federal Polytechnic. K/Namoda 139 38 177 461 229 690
Federal Polytechnic, Nassarawa 710 487 1,197 1,367 826 2,193
Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori PH 978 928 1,906 2,143 2,279 4,422
Kaduna State Polytechnic, Zaria 696 317 1,013 1,016 552 1,568
Abubakar Tatari Ali Poly., W/Bauchi 225 35 260 70 20 90
Osun State Ploytechnic, Iree 4,308 4,251 8,559 10,776 11,802 22,578
Osun State Coll. Of Technology, Esa-Oke 1,710 918 2,628 2,804 2,360 5,164
Akwa-Ibom State Polytechnic, I/Osurua 296 343 639 724 565 1,289
Adamawa State Polytechnic, Yola 67 23 90 20 10 30
Our Saviour Institution of Tech., Enugu 98 104 202 589 773 1,362
Abia State Polytechnic, Aba 255 524 779 1,146 1,731 2,877
Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic, Kazaure 97 3 100 41 2 43
Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara 122 10 132 573 93 666
Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja na na na 844 548 1,392
Federal Polytechnic,Offa 292 226 518 6,321 4,827 11,148
Niger State Polytechnic, Zungeru 165 33 198 383 201 584
Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja 4 13 17 190 174 364
GRAND TOTAL 31,234 20,394 51,628 90,793 67,112 157,905
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.25b SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2001/2002
NAME OF INSTITUTION Higher National Diploma TOTAL
M F MF M F MF
Yaba Coll.of Technology,Yaba-Lagos 3,785 1,384 5,169 8,372 3,437 11,809
Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna 2,487 1,129 3,616 7,983 3,815 11,798
The Polytechnic, Ibadan 6,204 3,827 10,031 15,961 11,545 27,506
Auchi Polytechnic,Auchi 3,900 2,061 5,961 12,061 6,429 18,490
Institution of Management Tech., Enugu 2,107 3,178 5,285 5,273 8,053 13,326
Hassan Usman Katsina Poly., Katsina 262 36 298 1,801 268 2,069
Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin 2,331 1,393 3,724 6,428 4,050 10,478
Federal Polytechnic, Mubi 372 109 481 2,058 774 2,832
Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri 343 125 468 3,000 1,238 4,238
Kebbi State Poly.,B/Kebbi 1,028 156 1,184 4,159 694 4,853
Benue State Polytechnic,Ugbokolo 319 90 409 1,939 634 2,573
Federal Polytechnic,Ado Ekiti 1,831 948 2,779 3,404 1,712 5,116
Federal Polytechnic Bida 1,287 615 1,902 5,491 2,937 8,428
Federal Polytechnic, Idah 623 319 942 5,668 2,452 8,120
Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu-Lagos 685 647 1,332 2,408 1,918 4,326
Kano State Polytechnic, Kano 2,225 862 3,087 6,542 2,058 8,600
Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta 6,533 536 1,189 2,513 1,789 4,302
Plateau State Polytechnic, B/Ladi 508 239 747 3,592 2,432 6,024
Federal Polytechnic, N/Owerri 495 706 1,201 4,605 6,168 10,773
Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi 998 464 1,462 2,620 1,577 4,197
Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro 770 613 1,383 2,636 1,567 4,203
Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo 701 546 1,247 5,227 4,020 9,247
Federal Polytechnic,Oko 732 1,326 2,058 2,065 3,357 5,422
A/Ibiam Federal Polytechnic, Uwana Afikpo 453 236 689 1,690 882 2,572
Federal Polytechnic. K/Namoda 157 48 205 757 315 1,072
Federal Polytechnic, Nassarawa 795 566 1,361 2,872 1,879 4,751
Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori PH 929 882 1,811 4,050 4,089 8,139
Kaduna State Polytechnic, Zaria 404 164 568 2,116 1,033 3,149
Abubakar Tatari Ali Poly., W/Bauchi 25 5 30 320 60 380
Osun State Ploytechnic, Iree 3,317 2,562 5,879 18,401 18,615 37,016
Osun State Coll. Of Technology, Esa-Oke 773 614 1,387 5,287 3,892 9,179
Akwa-Ibom State Polytechnic, I/Osurua 57 64 121 1,077 972 2,049
Adamawa State Polytechnic, Yola na na na 87 33 120
Our Saviour Institution of Tech., Enugu 112 125 237 799 1,002 1,801
Abia State Polytechnic, Aba 262 442 704 1,663 2,697 4,360
Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic, Kazaure na na na 138 5 143
Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara na na na 695 103 798
Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja 298 109 407 1,142 657 1,799
Federal Polytechnic,Offa 1,988 1,452 3,440 8,601 6,505 15,106
Niger State Polytechnic, Zungeru na na na 548 234 782
Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja 73 81 154 267 268 535
GRAND TOTAL 50,169 28,659 72,948 166,316 116,165 282,481
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.25c SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2002/2003
Pre - National Diploma Nationa Diploma
NAME OF INSTITUTION M F MF M F MF
Yaba coll.of Technology,Yaba-Lagos 36 8 44 4,557 2,247 6,804
Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna 2,838 1,358 4,196 3,938 1,935 5,873
Auchi Polytechnic,Auchi 1,414 463 1,877 3,307 1,754 5,061
Institution of Management Tech., Enugu 816 1,303 2,119 2,342 3,393 5,735
Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin na na na 3,028 1,575 4,603
The Polytechnic, Calabar na na na 739 206 945
Federal Polytechnic, Mubi 762 236 998 862 335 1,197
Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri 1,340 488 1,828 1,952 877 2,829
Kebbi State Poly.,B/Kebbi 683 38 721 1,806 200 2,006
Federal Polytechnic,Ado Ekiti 145 122 267 2,267 943 3,210
Federal Polytechnic Bida 1,977 1,169 3,146 2,434 1,417 3,851
Federal Polytechnic, Idah 2,749 1,224 3,973 3,999 1,439 5,438
Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu-Lagos na na na 2,690 1,822 4,512
Kano State Polytechnic, Kano 1,137 142 1,279 1,085 290 1,375
Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta 304 192 496 1,649 1,644 3,293
Plateau State Polytechnic, B/Ladi 561 613 1,174 57 51 108
Federal Polytechnic, N/Owerri 544 1,121 1,665 4,544 5,938 10,482
Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro 111 72 183 3,664 3,041 6,705
Federal Polytechnic,Oko 612 810 1,422 1,223 1,678 2,901
A/Ibiam Federal Poly., Uwana Afikpo 301 153 454 1,193 522 1,715
Federal Polytechnic. K/Namoda 801 261 1,062 1,211 490 1,701
Federal Polytechnic, Nassarawa 735 246 981 1,133 526 1,659
Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori PH 619 567 1,186 2,836 2,442 5,278
Kaduna State Polytechnic, Zaria na na na 1,577 675 2,252
Abubakar Tatari Ali Poly., W/Bauchi 345 50 395 96 24 120
Osun State Ploytechnic, Iree 791 1,397 2,188 8,119 3,812 11,931
Osun State Coll. Of Tech., Esa-Oke 466 262 728 2,413 1,811 4,224
Akwa-Ibom State Polytechnic, I/Osurua 809 712 1,521 916 1,351 2,267
Federal Polytechnic, Ede 269 199 468 4,621 3,694 8,315
Abia State Polytechnic, Aba 240 361 601 1,880 2,566 4,446
Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara na na na 1,471 271 1,742
Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja 183 104 287 1,021 716 1,737
Federal Polytechnic,Offa 874 546 1,420 6,261 4,342 10,603
Niger State Polytechnic, Zungeru 174 42 216 518 150 668
Federal Polytechnic, Damaturu 706 238 944 591 287 878
Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja 2 7 9 307 266 573
Grace Polytechnic, Surulere-Lagos 16 24 40 241 307 548
Allover Central Polytechnic na na na 76 62 138
Universal College of Tech.,Ile Ife na na na 17 7 24
Sokoto State Polytechnic, Sokoto na na na 56 12 68
Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro 9 6 15 146 86 232
Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe na na na 134 55 189
Delta State Polytechnic,Ogwashi uku 3 12 15 69 60 129
GRAND TOTAL 23,372 14,546 37,918 83,046 55,319 138,365

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: Not available

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TABLE 3.25c cont. SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2002/2003
NAME OF INSTITUTION Higher National Diploma TOTAL
M F MF M F MF
Yaba coll.of Technology,Yaba-Lagos 3,588 1,757 5,345 8,181 4,012 12,193
Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna 2,554 1,125 3,679 9,330 4,418 13,748
Auchi Polytechnic,Auchi 2,972 1,658 4,630 7,693 3,875 11,568
Institution of Management Tech., Enugu 1,835 2,564 4,399 4,993 7,260 12,253
Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin 1,904 1,196 3,100 4,932 2,771 7,703
The Polytechnic, Calabar 313 82 395 1,052 288 1,340
Federal Polytechnic, Mubi 233 66 299 1,857 637 2,494
Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri 264 110 374 3,556 1,475 5,031
Kebbi State Poly.,B/Kebbi 1,007 102 1,109 3,496 340 3,836
Federal Polytechnic,Ado Ekiti 1,578 736 2,314 3,990 1,801 5,791
Federal Polytechnic Bida 1,096 549 1,645 5,507 3,135 8,642
Federal Polytechnic, Idah 865 528 1,393 7,613 3,191 10,804
Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu-Lagos 654 467 1,121 3,344 2,289 5,633
Kano State Polytechnic, Kano 2,142 867 3,009 4,364 1,299 5,663
Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta 495 358 853 2,448 2,194 4,642
Plateau State Polytechnic, B/Ladi 232 158 390 850 822 1,672
Federal Polytechnic, N/Owerri 679 734 1,413 5,767 7,793 13,560
Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro 695 634 1,329 4,470 3,747 8,217
Federal Polytechnic,Oko 857 1,182 2,039 2,692 3,670 6,362
A/Ibiam Federal Poly., Uwana Afikpo 394 127 521 1,888 802 2,690
Federal Polytechnic. K/Namoda 221 92 313 2,233 843 3,076
Federal Polytechnic, Nassarawa 483 204 687 2,351 976 3,327
Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori PH 880 1,075 1,955 4,335 4,084 8,419
Kaduna State Polytechnic, Zaria 290 189 479 1,867 864 2,731
Abubakar Tatari Ali Poly., W/Bauchi na na na 441 74 515
Osun State Ploytechnic, Iree 666 593 1,259 9,576 5,802 15,378
Osun State Coll. Of Tech., Esa-Oke 896 559 1,455 3,775 2,632 6,407
Akwa-Ibom State Polytechnic, I/Osurua 196 277 473 1,921 2,340 4,261
Federal Polytechnic, Ede 936 798 1,734 5,826 4,691 10,517
Abia State Polytechnic, Aba 260 340 600 2,380 3,267 5,647
Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara na na na 1,471 271 1,742
Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja 122 64 186 1,326 884 2,210
Federal Polytechnic,Offa 1,955 1,169 3,124 9,090 6,057 15,147
Niger State Polytechnic, Zungeru na na na 692 192 884
Federal Polytechnic, Damaturu na na na 1,297 525 1,822
Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja 152 126 278 461 399 860
Grace Polytechnic, Surulere-Lagos na na na 257 331 588
Allover Central Polytechnic na na na 76 62 138
Universal College of Tech.,Ile Ife na na na 17 7 24
Sokoto State Polytechnic, Sokoto 34 5 39 90 17 107
Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro 22 14 36 177 106 283
Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe na na na 134 55 189
Delta State Polytechnic,Ogwashi uku na na na 72 72 144
GRAND TOTAL 31,470 20,505 51,975 137,888 90,370 228,258

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: Not available

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TABLE 3.25d SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2004/2005
NAME OF INSTITUTION Pre - National Diploma National Diploma
M F MF M F MF
Yaba coll.of Technology,Yaba-Lagos na na na 8,295 13,775
5,480
Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna 3,175 1,700 5,119 7,703
4,875 2,584
Auchi Polytechnic,Auchi 1,090 669 9,823 16,462
1,759 6,639
Institution of Management Tech., Enugu na na na 7,987 20,063
12,076
Hassan Usman Katsina Poly., Katsina 650 69 1,167 1,360
719 193
Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin 16 4 2,470 3,746
20 1,276
Federal Polytechnic, Mubi 595 182 1,198 1,636
777 438
Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri na na na 764 1,074
310
Waziri Umaru Poly.,B/Kebbi 734 52 2,142 2,423
786 281
Benue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo 1,161 408 1,284 1,695
1,569 411
Federal Polytechnic,Ado Ekiti na na na 6,831 10,645
3,814
Federal Polytechnic Bida 1,202 660 4,410 6,787
1,862 2,377
Federal Polytechnic, Idah 812 452 4,311 5,626
1,264 1,315
Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu-Lagos na na na 3,415 5,900
2,485
Kano State Polytechnic, Kano 3,304 620 3,307 4,031
3,924 724
Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta 205 138 4,347 8,630
343 4,283
Plateau State Polytechnic, B/Ladi 1,095 675 1,882 2,732
1,770 850
Federal Polytechnic, N/Owerri 1,184 1,514 8,755 18,300
2,698 9,545
Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi 662 464 1,236 1,938
1,126 702
Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro 183 194 2,949 5,135
377 2,186
Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Oko 579 383 2,067 3,526
962 1,459
Federal Polytechnic,Oko 328 436 2,880 6,256
764 3,376
A/Ibiam Federal Poly., Uwana Afikpo 425 262 1,631 2,645
687 1,014
Federal Polytechnic. K/Namoda 783 383 1,634 2,463
1,166 829
Federal Polytechnic, Nassarawa 1,713 743 2,235 3,358
2,456 1,123
Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori PH 256 218 2,091 3,697
474 1,606
Kaduna State Polytechnic, Zaria 2,009 1,082 3,445 5,009
3,091 1,564
Abubakar Tatari Ali Poly., W/Bauchi 491 56 170 190
547 20
Osun State Ploytechnic, Iree 891 596 4,297 8,876
1,487 4,579
Osun State Coll. Of Tech., Esa-Oke na na na 837 1,162
325
Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic, I/Osurua 165 202 1,330 3,018
367 1,688
Federal Polytechnic, Ede 200 105 6,028 11,149
305 5,121
Adamawa State Polytechnic,Yola na na na 391 552
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Our Savoiur Institute of Tech., Enugu 8 8 149 337
16 188
Abia State Polytechnic, Aba na na na 2,827 6,513
3,686
Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic,Kazaure 121 12 159 176
133 17
Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara na na na 1,530 1,814
284
Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja 189 122 1,525 2,280
311 755
Niger State Polytechnic, Zungeru 432 79 644 786
511 142
Taraba State Polytechnic, Wukari na na na 544 779
235
Federal Polytechnic, Damaturu 624 453 741 1,114
1,077 373
Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja 1 6 257 539
7 282
Grace Polytechnic, Surulere-Lagos 3 4 190 386
7 196
Allover Central Polytechnic na na na 87 177
90
Wolex Polytechnic, Ikeja-Lagos na na na 22 40
18
Universal College of Tech.,Ile Ife na na na 97 200
103
Sokoto State Polytechnic, Sokoto 56 21 221 307
77 86
Ronik Polytechnic, Lagos na na na 59 122
63
Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro 106 56 963 1,690
162 727
Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe 169 145 668 1,195
314 527
Delta State Polytechnic,Ogwashukwu 15 24 661 1,211
39 550
Nassarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia 457 200 651 997
657 346
GRAND TOTAL 26,089 13,397 122,723 212,225
39,486 89,502
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.25d SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2004/2005
Higher National Diploma
NAME OF INSTITUTION M F MF
Yaba coll.of Technology,Yaba-Lagos 2,481 1,647 4,128
Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna 2,820 1,291 4,111
Auchi Polytechnic,Auchi 3,023 2,079 5,102
Institution of Management Tech., Enugu 2,073 2,687 4,760
Hassan Usman Katsina Poly., Katsina 184 30 214
Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin 1,714 1,201 2,915
Federal Polytechnic, Mubi 291 103 394
Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri 212 132 344
Waziri Umaru Poly.,B/Kebbi 944 60 1,004
Benue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo 526 170 696
Federal Polytechnic,Ado Ekiti 1,726 850 2,576
Federal Polytechnic Bida 1,110 548 1,658
Federal Polytechnic, Idah 1,030 462 1,492
Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu-Lagos 913 766 1,679
Kano State Polytechnic, Kano 1,597 414 2,011
Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta 835 888 1,723
Plateau State Polytechnic, B/Ladi 704 409 1,113
Federal Polytechnic, N/Owerri 1,042 1,383 2,425
Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi 1,149 700 1,849
Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro 929 674 1,603
Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Oko 731 696 1,427
Federal Polytechnic,Oko 1,617 2,264 3,881
A/Ibiam Federal Poly., Uwana Afikpo 571 265 836
Federal Polytechnic. K/Namoda 383 166 549
Federal Polytechnic, Nassarawa 1,101 554 1,655
Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori PH 949 846 1,795
Kaduna State Polytechnic, Zaria 519 401 920
Abubakar Tatari Ali Poly., W/Bauchi 31 6 37
Osun State Ploytechnic, Iree 691 828 1,519
Osun State Coll. Of Tech., Esa-Oke 592 186 778
Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic, I/Osurua 324 448 772
Federal Polytechnic, Ede 924 737 1,661
Adamawa State Polytechnic,Yola na na na
Our Savoiur Institute of Tech., Enugu 63 139 202
Abia State Polytechnic, Aba 294 607 901
Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic,Kazaure na na na
Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara 359 71 430
Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja 155 58 213
Niger State Polytechnic, Zungeru na na na
Taraba State Polytechnic, Wukari na na na
Federal Polytechnic, Damaturu 127 78 205
Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja 133 101 234
Grace Polytechnic, Surulere-Lagos na na na
Allover Central Polytechnic na na na
Wolex Polytechnic, Ikeja-Lagos na na na
Universal College of Tech.,Ile Ife na na na
Sokoto State Polytechnic, Sokoto na na na
Ronik Polytechnic, Lagos na na na
Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro 38 20 58
Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe na na na
Delta State Polytechnic,Ogwashukwu na na na
Nassarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia na na na
GRAND TOTAL 34,905 24,965 59,870
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.26: JOINT ADMISSION AND MATRICULATION BOARD UNIVERSITIES MATRICULATION
EXAMINATION, 2001-2005.
UNIVERSITY 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
M F M F M F M F M F
AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY,ZARIA
25,169 13,503 28,255 13,909 26,281 13,017 18,149 8,863 20,270 9,706
BAYERO UNIVERSITY,KANO
10,199 4,175 11,220 4,099 15,206 5,807 12,753 5,562 11,694 5,090
UNIVERSITY OF BENIN
47,835 32,643 38,836 26,417 44,518 29,860 39,568 27,725 37,471 26,490
UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR
15,377 14,619 18,321 17,451 16,026 15,508 15,682 14,410 12,850 12,445
UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN
1,782 1,617 22,835 15,470 25,222 17,829 22,710 17,265 21,897 17,360
OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE-IFE
340,44 20,017 47,680 26,530 36,821 21,107 26,003 16,388 11,963 7,623
0
UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN
23,339 14,798 26,645 15,082 28,849 16,624 25,191 15,126 18,079 11,586
UNIVERSITY OF JOS
12,325 8,406 12,136 7,889 10,968 7,546 11,261 8,432 9,862 7,227
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
52,214 41,205 51,550 37,645 39,658 29,465 31,149 23,918 24,004 17,576
UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI
8,136 5,132 8,420 4,051 10,253 4,919 7,934 3,735 10,198 4,922
UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA
29,196 31,361 43,491 48,579 39,655 46,613 395 447 24,117 27,477
UNIVERSITY OF PORT-HARCOURT
21,200 15,462 21,869 16,762 21,146 17,545 18,959 18,157 15,608 14,498
USMAN DANFODIO UNIVERSITY SOKOTO
7,109 1,953 8,197 2,206 7,216 2,267 6,599 2,064 7,742 2,578
ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA
UNIVERSITY,BAUCHI 1,885 474 1,957 399 3,335 779 3,323 630 3,297 688
UNIVERSITY OF AGRIC.,MAKURDI
459 92 733 135 1,076 169 1,297 247 1,344 238
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,OWERRI
19,049 4,170 25,532 5,991 25,491 6,780 23,638 6,312 21,469 5,464
ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY,UTURU
3,403 4,046 5,190 5,796 5,873 6,794 8,276 10,107 9,223 11,513
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,AKURE
8,379 1,776 8,024 1,960 8,603 1,765 6,965 1,415 7,130 1,557
AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY,EKPOMA
3,493 2,101 5,220 2,773 5,982 3,583 4,579 2,811 5,305 3,255
UNIVERSITY OF ADO- EKITI,ADO-EKITI
6,897 4,713 7,913 5,298 9,096 5,920 9,175 5,951 11,082 7,779
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,YOLA
1,493 402 3,093 958 2,577 809 2,859 1,025 3,322 1,119
UNIVERSITY OF AGRIC.,ABEOKUTA
789 545 985 560 1,099 595 1,868 566 1,706 668
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,MINNA
6,250 1,073 6,851 1,086 5,147 763 366 56 3,401 580
UNIVERSITY OF UYO,UYO
10,057 9,285 13,641 12,679 14,881 13,630 14,041 12,249 11,716 10,152
OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY,AGO-IWOYE
6,864 6,924 8,120 7,294 9,219 8,419 11,562 10,112 12,935 11,698
LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY,OJO LAGOS
17,669 13,946 20,957 17,850 11,843 10,053 15,502 12,638 16,118 13,495
RIVERS STATE UNIV. OF SCIENCE AND TECH.
14,940 11,165 14,842 11,880 11,766 9,606 10,950 9,320 7,597 6,535
LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIV. OF TECH.,OGBOMOSO
2,337 897 2,176 714 2,729 1,409 3,977 2,131 5,727 3,780
UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA,ABUJA
8,491 6,691 10,758 8,396 10,073 7,865 7,432 6,052 7,809 6,182
NNAMDI AZIKWE UNIVERSITY,AWKA
15,904 19,549 23,081 29,606 29,787 39,023 22,745 26,977 12,915 14,235
ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,ENUGU
2,796 2,343 2,216 1,895 3,088 2,404 8,303 7,802 8,654 7,036
DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY,ABRAKA
4,214 4,658 8,672 8,697 9,283 9,388 10,115 10,127 10,464 10,405
IMO STATE UNIVERSITY, OWERRI
4,330 5,545 4,913 6,715 5,495 7,803 7,826 11,584 9,677 14,030
BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY,MAKURDI
2,715 1,709 5,934 3,274 7,252 3,958 6,168 3,532 8,171 4,589
FED.UNIV.OF AGRICULTURE,UMUDIKE
200 226 261 378 1,758 1,470 2,055 1,865 1,936 1,514
BABCOCK UNIVERSITY,ILISAN-REMO
187 199 550 651 220 226 519 489 374 416

150
IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY,OKADA-BENIN
35 44 48 52 121 79 268 194 155 123
MADONNA UNIVERSITY,OKIJA
256 420 255 293 455 569 521 609 331 384
EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY,ABAKALIKI
1,554 1,332 2,906 2,295 3,991 3,289 5,236 5,196 7,151 7,101
ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY,AKUNGBA
3,392 2,803 5,583 4,159 4,341 2,405 4,074 2,322 4,323 2,881
KOGI STATE UNIVERSITY,ANYIGBA
1,176 711 2,709 1,603 3,290 1,866 6,409 3,515 6,890 3,929
KANO STATE UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,KANO
25 4 139 19 131 17 237 19 170 14
ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,ULLI
34 22 491 458 443 343 1,101 1,076 1,280 1,334
NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY,BAYELSA na na
4,714 1,911 2,978 1,227 3,884 1,909 4,266 2,438
NASSARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY,KEFFI na na
611 255 1,210 601 2,929 1,775 3,943 2,424
BOWEN UNIVERSITY,IWO na na
33 29 2 3 103 112 113 98
BENSON IDAHOSA UNIVERSITY,BENIN CITY na na na na
93 98 116 112 114 87
COVENANT UNIVERSITY,CANNANLAND,OTA
98 107 297 303 518 456 642 533 526 460
ADAMAWA STATE UNIVERSITY,MUBI, ADAMAWA na na na na
499 216 871 409 473 261
GOMBE STATE UNIVERSITY,YUDUN WADA na na na na na na na na
457 157
CROSS RIVER STATE UNIVERSITY,CALABAR na na na na na na na na
891 291
REDEEMERS UNIVERSITY,OTA OGUN STATE na na na na na na na na
13 18
KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY na na na na na na na na
155 96
LEAD UNIVERSITY,IBADAN na na na na na na na na na
1
TOTAL
743,72 312,89 538,82 382,42 525,56 382,48 446,28 323,87 438,37 323,60
5 2 7 3 4 7 5 1 8 3
SOURCE:JOINT ADMISSON AND MATRICULATION BOARD, Abuja
Note: Not available

151
TABLE 3.26a: ADMISSION STATISTICS INTO NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES BY INSTITUTION AND SEX,
2003/2004-2006/2007
UNIVERSITY 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007
M F M F M F M F
AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY,ZARIA
3,155 995 3,329 1,356 1,030 356 1,613 652
BAYERO UNIVERSITY,KANO
888 299 1,032 430 1,020 431 1,541 694
UNIVERSITY OF BENIN na na
5,153 3,614 4,327 3,167 2,787 1,336
UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR
1,765 1,573 2,030 1,957 802 620 414 306
UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN
2,105 1,381 1,789 1,350 1,308 974 752 560
OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY ILE-IFE
2,310 1,226 578 248 256 140 1,683 851
UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN
1,455 699 1,131 627 842 639 1,861 1,327
UNIVERSITY OF JOS
815 450 998 590 777 548 861 619
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
2,607 1,819 1,819 1,149 999 655 2,555 1,462
UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI
1,481 722 1,965 934 1 3 1,317 606
UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA na na
2,898 2,728 1,172 882 639 399
UNIVERSITY OF PORT-HARCOURT
1,026 1,307 1,114 1,391 591 833 242 346
USMANU DANFODIO UNIVERSITY SOKOTO
992 317 1,328 462 1,340 510 1,359 511
ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA na na
UNIVERSITY,BAUCHI 991 237 921 226 19 3
UNIVERSITY OF AGRIC.,MAKURDI
195 34 1,866 928 402 68 614 170
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,OWERRI
4,149 1,540 616 1,389 1,636 488 1,389 313
ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY,UTURU
2,249 2,441 1,756 2,058 - 3 22 37
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,AKURE
466 111 815 247 767 223 1,186 359
AMBROSE ALI UNIVERSITY,EKPOMA
1,463 918 1,646 1,073 514 278 753 498
UNIVERSITY OF ADO- EKITI,ADO-EKITI
889 488 1,639 1,015 1,413 1,046 1,093 683
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,YOLA
153 28 755 248 810 287 769 341
UNIVERSITY OF AGRIC.,ABEOKUTA
340 167 260 76 222 111 562 304
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,MINNA
570 145 70 32 482 123 637 128
UNIVERSITY OF UYO,UYO
955 855 3,216 2,767 827 818 958 662
OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY,AGO-
IWOYE 2,003 1,791 1,774 1,589 149 127 623 395
LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY,OJO
LAGOS 2,400 1,857 1,380 1,059 1,384 1,087
RIVERS STATE UNIV. OF SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY 810 645 40 11 809 595 1,377 1,162
LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIV. OF
TECH.,OGBOMOSO 255 144 486 267 1,091 608 889 534
UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA,ABUJA
821 617 956 871 1,172 981 513 317
NNAMDI AZIKWE UNIVERSITY,AWKA
2,961 3,127 2,613 2,679 1,445 1,071 791 598
ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF SC. AND
TECH.,ENUGU 3,675 3,163 2,615 2,209 818 627 1,552 1,268

949 849 400 279 556 497


DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY,ABRAKA
IMO STATE UNIVERSITY, OWERRI
2,328 2,951 2,819 3,656 1,928 1,851 2,045 2,206

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BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY,MAKURDI 1,362 520 1,866 928 1,338 731 1,338 665
FED.UNIV.OF AGRICULTURE,UMUDIKE na na na na na na na na
BABCOCK UNIVERSITY,ILISAN-REMO na na
33 40 347 325 288 302
IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY,OKADA-BENIN
325 339 180 139 101 81 111 104
MADONNA UNIVERSITY,OKIJA
838 863 315 351 668 705 616 729
EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY,ABAKALIKI
2,334 2,126 2,937 2,872 1,709 1,645 1,022 937
ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY,AKUNGBA
845 411 791 445 762 429
KOGI STATE UNIVERSITY,ANYIGBA na na 1,801 1,058 551 375 560 376
KANO STATE UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,KANO na na na na na na na na
ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,ULI
1,062 899 1,563 1,407 1,682 1,424 2,199 2,148
NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY,BAYELSA
1,418 739 1,472 956 1,182 635 1,041 625
NASSARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY,KEFFI na na
304 105 767 364 740 318
BOWEN UNIVERSITY,IWO
81 89 168 225 105 107 227 259
BENSON IDAHOSA UNIVERSITY,BENIN CITY na na na na
61 61 120 177
COVENANT UNIVERSITY,CANNANLAND,OTA
359 393 562 480 290 313 586 591
ADAMAWA STATE UNIVERSITY,MUBI
ADAMAWA 190 79 228 107 302 122 422 223
GOMBE STATE UNIVERSITY,YUDUN WADA na na na na
55 25 120 69
CROS RIVER STATE UNIVERSITY,CALABAR na na na na
118 53 972 515
REDEEMERS UNIVERSITY,OTA OGUN na na na na na na na na
STATE
KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY na na na na na na na na
LEAD UNIVERSITY,IBADAN na na na na na na na na
TOTAL
62,023 43,984 60,049 45,906 39,743 25,775 42,953 28,044
SOURCE:JOINT ADMISSON AND MATRICULATION BOARD, Abuja

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TABLE 3.26b: APPLICATION INTO NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES BY STATE OF ORIGIN AND SEX,
2003/2004-2007/2008.
STATE 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008
MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE F M F MALE FEMAL
Abia 25,826 25,702 21,564 21,049 24,193 23,749 22899 22741 24,997 24,888

Adamawa 6,367 2,985 4,910 2,437 3,895 2,038 5423 2972 6,229 3,472

Akwa Ibom 27,901 23,949 25,044 21,188 25,171 21,538 25036 22935 27,146 25,528
Anambra 33,426 46,081 27,614 34,854 29,560 36,371 29698 35001 33,538 39,322

Bauchi 2,350 730 1,913 644 2,629 881 4452 1294 5,806 1,586

Bayelsa 11,159 6,958 10,611 6,637 10,870 6,865 10001 6902 11,777 8,248
Benue 16,191 7,701 13,454 6,647 15,976 7,923 18478 10086 21,890 12,526

Borno 3,823 1,944 2,100 1,147 3,385 1,596 3710 2000 4,408 2,459

Cross River 14,609 9,100 10,746 6,989 11,866 7,605 11202 8335 13,029 9,977
Delta 51,561 37,484 40,594 29,902 40,652 30,103 35114 26470 40,181 31,017

Ebonyi 11,256 6,461 9,554 5,581 10,900 6,575 10063 6573 12,200 7,987

Edo 41,390 27,992 31,046 21,234 31,939 22,704 32187 22721 35,046 25,793
Ekiti 19,006 10,271 14,762 8,067 17,171 10,355 17479 11334 19,880 14,032

Enugu 23,506 25,331 18,863 18,557 22,565 22,020 22159 20945 25,642 24,089

Gombe 2,443 959 2,254 899 2,526 1,051 3350 1504 4,044 1,898
Imo 52,671 58,968 44,629 47,353 48,161 51,664 44641 48424 28,468 52,882

Jigawa 1,287 374 1,159 366 1,350 392 2081 460 3,092 898

Kaduna 8,083 3,809 5,946 2,933 7,361 3,644 9780 5230 11,248 6,615
Kano 8,084 2,716 6,829 2,421 7,669 3,029 10070 3643 10,505 4,015

Katsina 2,535 813 2,005 794 2,603 1,008 4364 1411 5,541 1,859

Kebbi 2,524 649 2,091 510 2,448 629 3748 966 4,803 1,145
Kogi 23,175 11,787 20,256 10,348 22,883 11,960 22151 12756 25,578 15,622

Kwara 21,819 11,399 16,855 8,778 16,428 9,273 16618 10391 20,024 13,048

Lagos 23,354 16,635 17,059 12,434 18,452 13,748 13138 10480 14,405 11,805
Nassarawa 3,889 1,371 3,508 1,324 4,480 1,602 5752 2209 9,956 4,282

Niger 3,937 1,638 2,412 1,141 2,929 1,323 4523 1983 5,852 2,660

Ogun 34,544 25,110 27,083 20,017 28,772 22,319 26229 21001 28,234 23,224
Ondo 31,675 17,655 24,457 13,842 25,130 15,585 22857 14993 28,211 19,675

Osun 32,176 17,697 23,090 13,511 24,837 15,483 26853 18430 28,993 20,816

Oyo 25,690 14,043 19,342 10,851 22,415 13,567 21496 14473 24,964 17,480
Plateau 3,611 3,217 2,920 1,618 3,303 1,847 3640 2326 5,655 3,532

Rivers 25,553 19,764 22,242 17,449 24,171 18,942 20455 16745 23,068 18,429

Sokoto 1,479 446 1,761 432 2,508 670 3180 747 3,918 1,010
Taraba 2,179 818 2,309 899 2,488 919 2661 1172 3,930 1,669

Yobe 1,697 543 1,118 320 1,998 548 1946 570 2,234 704

Zamfara 1,739 319 1,503 307 2,142 366 2471 433 3,150 677
FCT 354 127 278 116 480 213 674 286 1,051 484

OTHER 307 218 336 238 874 675 291 238 22 15

TOTAL 603,176 443,764 484,217 353,834 527,180 390,780 521,17 391,18 578,71 455,368
0 0 5
SOURCE: JOINT ADMISSON AND MATRICULATION BOARD, Abuja
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154
TABLE 3.26c: ADMISSION INTO NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES BY STATE OF ORIGIN AND SEX, 2003/2004-
2007/2008

STATE 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007 2007/2008


MALE FEMAL MALE FEMAL MALE FEMAL MALE FEMAL MALE FEMAL
E E E
Abia 3,341 3,323 2,985 3,069 1,547 1,288 2,839 2588 793 661
Adamawa 446 178 1,013 445 551 260 1,637 951 149 91
Akwa Ibom 2,164 1,964 4,324 3,812 1,625 1,391 2,403 1668 878 591
Anambra 4,864 5,661 4,493 5,474 3,769 4,096 4,779 4983 1,816 1,712
Bauchi 321 73 418 118 417 136 1,108 332 651 196
Bayelsa 2,491 4,181 2,560 1,631 1,452 874 1,644 978 245 189
Benue 1,918 686 2,473 1,215 2,171 1,028 3,491 1677 752 389
Borno 576 312 564 358 76 36 1,021 540 258 112
Cross River 1,173 779 1,411 1,001 818 432 1527 1032 837 625
Delta 3,930 2,787 5,214 4,300 2,470 1,532 3845 2493 1,520 1,133
Ebonyi 2,153 1,224 2,238 1,278 1,639 974 1327 816 1,425 852
Edo 3,941 2,724 3,824 2,806 2,328 1,299 3427 2081 2,113 1,456
Ekiti 1,045 617 1,959 1,053 1,646 1,084 2177 1350 1,084 781
Enugu 4,163 3,834 2,964 3,022 1,852 1,607 3125 2313 2,281 1,749
Gombe 196 65 362 123 292 109 753 312 575 293
Imo 7,229 7,535 7,461 8,042 4,733 4,993 4987 4691 1,490 1,327
Jigawa 41 3 155 54 168 51 374 112 125 30
Kaduna 217 81 1,011 478 647 315 1530 841 370 183
Kano 105 34 953 354 866 323 1873 641 348 101
Katsina 95 22 367 155 266 144 1066 403 265 60
Kebbi 229 77 372 129 355 140 673 217 543 126
Kogi 2,247 1,071 3,014 1,731 1,563 900 3412 1883 1,277 681
Kwara 1,202 574 1,533 759 1,000 563 1761 1135 377 237
Lagos 1,562 1,078 2,349 1,792 1,427 1,078 1330 1076 487 337
Nassarawa 312 75 824 263 591 140 1202 550 320 127
Niger 119 54 403 193 258 114 1064 435 366 129
Ogun 2,701 2,003 2,548 1,958 1,369 988 2906 2148 1,708 1,424
Ondo 2,651 1,518 3,249 1,965 2,291 1,360 3117 2134 1,385 913
Osun 2,050 1,147 2,132 1,257 1,957 1,361 3119 2234 1,029 792
Oyo 1,488 813 1,661 978 1,576 864 2378 1609 1,218 800
Plateau 181 268 577 276 457 218 596 360 85 36
Rivers 3,884 3,148 2,719 2,186 1,965 1,614 2453 1841 856 644
Sokoto 214 77 547 181 530 241 585 172 242 61
Taraba 157 41 460 141 200 69 469 211 83 31
Yobe 168 53 210 74 53 10 499 163 123 44
Zamfara 158 32 300 83 281 63 354 74 324 68
FCT 10 3 68 23 50 33 110 51 56 37
Others 1 2 2 2 0 0 0 0 3 1
TOTAL 59,743 48,117 69,717 52,779 45,256 31,728 70,961 47,095 28,457 19,019

SOURCE: JOINT ADMISSON AND MATRICULATION BOARD, Abuja

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TABLE 3.27 ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION AND SEX (UNDERGRADUATE), 2003/2004- 2004/2005
INSTITUTION 2003/04 2004/05
M F MF M F MF

UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN 8,766 3,757 12,523 12,070 6,887 18,957

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA 24,042 10,304 34,346 16,593 19,595 36,188

OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNI. ILE-IFE 14,165 6,071 20,236 17,144 8,012 25,156

AHMADU BELLO UNI ZARIA 12,274 11,160 23,434 27,244 2,389 29,633

UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS 27,231 11,671 38,902 15,199 12,333 27,532

UNIVERSITY OF BENIN 36,053 15,451 51,504 23,846 18,258 42,104

BAYERO UNI KANO 14,475 6,203 20,678 1,853 5,640 7,493

UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR 25,237 10,816 36,053 11,922 11,271 23,193

UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN 13,803 5,916 19,719 14,257 5,871 20,128

UNIVERSITY OF JOS 12,318 5,279 17,597 12,318 5,596 17,914

UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI 15,229 6,527 21,756 22,507 5,923 28,430

USMAN DANFODIO UNI. SOKOTO 12,380 5,306 17,686 13,112 5,721 18,833

UNIVERSITY OF P/HARCOURT 18,036 7,730 25,766 10,460 6,046 16,506

UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA 15,844 6,790 22,634 4,835 4,386 9,221

NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNI. AWKA 23,356 10,010 33,366 24,706 10,247 34,953

UNIVERSITY OF UYO 9,958 4,268 14,226 8,471 7,888 16,359

ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA 8,128 3,484 11,612 5,825 1,244 7,069

FED. UNI. OF TECH. OWERRI 12,601 5,401 18,002 17,379 5,550 22,929

FED. UNI.OF TECH AKURE 4,872 2,088 6,960 6,279 1,749 8,028

FED. UNI. OF TECH. MINNA 9,696 4,156 13,852 9,854 5,241 15,095

FED. UNI. OF TECH.YOLA 7,567 3,243 10,810 4,429 1,665 6,094

UNI OF AGRIC MAKURDI 928 398 1,326 2,898 579 3,477

UNI. OF AGRIC ABEOKUTA 3,148 1,349 4,497 4,801 2,899 7,700

MICHEAL OPKARA UNI. OF AGRIC 2,799 1,200 3,999 1,314 1,225 2,539

NIGERIAN DEFENCE ACADEMY na na na 975 na 975

LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY 36,570 15,673 52,243 9,136 7,043 16,179

RIVERS STATE UNI. OF SCI. & TECH 4,227 1,812 6,039 17,122 5,495 22,617

AMBROSE ALI UNI. EKPOMA 9,855 4,224 14,079 1,425 4,876 6,301

ABIA STATE UNI UTURU 6,138 4,989 11,127 8,455 8,458 16,913

ENUGU STATE UNI.OF SCI & TECH 8,877 3,805 12,682 9,245 6,541 15,786

OLABISI ONABANJO UNI. AGO-IWOYE na na na 28,663 26,482 55,145

UNIVERSITY ADO-EKITI 2,469 3,800 6,269 6,114 3,652 9,766

LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIVERSITY 10,639 4,559 15,198 9,988 5,388 15,376

IMO STATE UNIVERSITY 17,402 9,068 26,470 18,421 10,096 28,517

BENUE STATE UNI MARKUEDI na na na 18,244 na 18,244

DELTA STATE UNI. ABRAKA 9,594 4,112 13,706 18,184 5,872 29,356

ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNI. ONDO 13,448 12,124 25,572 13,522 12,205 25,727

GOMBE STATE UNIVERSITY 389 169 558 389 169 558

KOGI STATE UNI. AYINGBA 3,524 1,671 5,195 4,008 1,964 5,972

KANO STATE UNI. OF TECH. 510 305 815 510 305 615

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ANAMBRA STATE UNI. OF TECH. 3,597 2,796 6,393 3,396 2,692 6,088

CROSS R. STATE UNI. OF TECH. na na na na na na

EBONYI STATE UNI. ABAKALIKI 10,266 4,400 14,666 10,494 9,898 20,392

NASSARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY 1,585 679 2,264 3,440 1,879 5,319

BABCOCK UNIVERSITY ABEOKUTA 2,504 1,073 3,577 2,504 1,073 3,577

MADONNA UNIVERSITY OKIJA 2,687 1,889 4,576 1,234 2,004 3,238

IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY OKADA 2,765 1,185 3,950 1,939 2,059 3,998

BOWEN UNIVERSITY IWO 1,924 824 2,748 1,236 1,461 2,697

COVENANT UNIVERSITY OTA 2,100 900 3,000 1,641 1,615 3,256

PAN -AFRICAN UNIVERSITY LAGOS 42 22 64 42 22 64

BENSON IDAHOSA UNI. BENIN 1,260 540 1,800 958 1,175 2,133

NATIONAL MATH. CENTRE ABUJA 137 59 196 152 86 238

NIG. FRENCH LANG. VILLAGE 531 228 759 4,146 NA 4,146

NIG. ARABIC LANG. VILLAGE 1,785 765 2,550 615 267 882

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NIG. LANG. 700 300 1,000 133 324 457

ABTI-AMERICAN UNIVERSITY na na na na na na

ADAMAWA STATE UNIVERSITY 316 135 451 436 171 607

NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY na na na 4,405 2,071 6,476

NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY 4,127 3,850 7,977 4,434 3,621 8,055

TOTAL 492,874 234,534 727,408 494,822 285,179 780,001

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.28 ACADEMIC STAFF BY INSTITUTION (ALL UNIVERSITIES), 2000/2001-2002/2003
INSTITUTION 2000/01 2001/02 2002/03
M F MF M F MF M F
UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN 906 290 1,196 916 293 1,209 916 293

UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA 846 177 1,023 940 197 1,137 942 192

OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNI. ILE-IFE 890 143 1,033 899 159 1,058 899 159

AHMADU BELLO UNI. ZARIA 1,158 372 1,530 1,158 372 1,530 1,839 592

UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS 623 171 794 623 171 794 866 238

UNIVERSITY OF BENIN 623 140 763 693 156 849 693 156

BAYERO UNI. KANO 417 34 451 493 45 538 434 39

UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR 487 123 610 542 137 679 792 126

UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN 431 72 503 431 72 503 559 81

UNIVERSITY OF JOS 532 156 688 258 82 340 244 87

UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI 902 127 1,029 902 127 1,029 1,221 204

USMANU DANFODIO UNI. SOKOTO 238 60 298 238 60 298 378 108

UNIVERSITY OF P/HARCOURT 408 72 480 2 80 82 454 80

UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA 123 21 144 122 19 141 147 19

NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNI. AWKA 338 113 451 338 113 451 338 113

UNIVERSITY OF UYO 547 110 657 586 112 698 634 120

ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BELEWA 324 21 345 324 21 345 448 22

FED. UNI. OF TECH. OWERRI 243 305 548 270 39 309 272 40

FED. UNI. OF TECH AKURE 286 52 338 318 58 376 317 58

FED. UNI. OF TECH MINNA 259 45 304 259 45 304 275 51

FED. UNI. OF TECH YOLA 272 21 293 277 20 297 284 34

UNI. OF AGRIC. MAKURDI 207 34 241 221 47 268 207 42

UNI. OF AGRIC ABEOKUTA 179 25 204 199 28 227 199 28

MICHEAL OPKARA UNI. OF AGRIC 173 46 219 173 46 219 190 52

NIGERIAN DEFENCE ACADEMY na na na na na na na na

LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY 419 94 513 450 97 547 459 97

RIVERS STATE UNI. OF SCI. & TECH 279 113 392 279 113 392 444 179

AMBROSE ALLI UNI. EKPOMA 435 98 533 84 19 103 84 19

ABIA STATE UNI. UTURU 208 27 235 232 30 262 213 152

ENUGU STATE UNI. OF SCI. & TECH 391 88 479 391 88 479 400 112

OLABISI ONABANJO UNI. AGO- na na na na na na na na


IWOYE
UNIVERSITY ADO-EKITI 231 42 273 257 47 304 257 47

LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIVERSITY 275 57 332 211 44 255 344 62

IMO STATE UNIVERSITY 164 79 243 195 88 283 195 68

BENUE STATE UNI. MAKURDI na na na na na na na na

DELTA STATE UNI. ABRAKA 350 51 401 368 64 432 373 74

ADEKUNLE AJASIN UIN. ONDO 123 14 137 134 17 151 171 21

KOGI STATE UNI. AYINGBA na na na na na na na na

KANO STATE UNI. OF TECH 24 3 27 30 5 35 35 5

EBONYI STATE UNI. ABAKALIKI 388 68 456 388 68 456 402 70

158
NASSARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY 88 44 132 92 53 145 92 53

BABCOCK UNIVERSITY ABEOKUTA 73 15 88 94 27 121 94 27

MADONNA UNIVERSITY OKIJA 137 6 143 156 10 166 50 51

IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY OKADA 123 15 138 123 15 138 123 15

BOWEN UNIVERSITY IWO 94 16 110 94 16 110 94 16

COVENANT UNIVERSITY OTA 75 18 93 75 18 93 75 18

PAN-AFRICAN UNIVERSITY LAGOS na na na na na na 13 10

BENSON IDAHOSA UNI. BENIN na na na na na na 83 18

NATIONAL MATH. CENTRE ABUJA na na na na na na 17 2

NIG. FRENCH LANG.VILLAGE na na na na na na 23 6

NIG. ARABIC LANG. VILLAGE na na na na na na 15 1

NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NIG. LANG. na na na na na na 25 5

ADAMAWA STATE UNIVERSITY na na na na na na 62 6

NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY na na na na na na na na

DIV. OF AGRIC. COLLEGES, ZARIA na na na na na na na na

NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY na na na 232 41 273 245 42

GOMBE STATE UNIVERSITY na na na na na na na na

ANAMBRA STATE UNI. ULLI na na na na na na na na

TOTAL 15,289 3,578 18,867 15,067 3,359 18,426 17,936 4,110

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.28 ACADEMIC STAFF BY INSTITUTION (ALL UNIVERSITIES), 2003/2004-2004/2005
INSTITUTION 2003/04 2004/2005
MF M F MF M F MF
UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN 1,209 916 293 1,209 860 286 1,146
UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA 1,134 940 197 1,137 989 na 989
OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNI. ILE-IFE 1,058 1,188 155 1,343 1,178 165 1,343
AHMADU BELLO UNI. ZARIA 2,431 1,839 592 2,431 1,460 na 1,460
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS 1,104 891 240 1,131 1,104 na 1,104
UNIVERSITY OF BENIN 849 775 156 931 974 na 974
BAYERO UNI. KANO 473 420 45 465 534 na 534
UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR 918 792 126 918 1,181 na 1,181
UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN 640 595 80 675 585 89 674
UNIVERSITY OF JOS 331 783 147 930 842 na 842
UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI 1,425 1,320 220 1,540 680 na 680
USMANU DANFODIO UNI. SOKOTO 486 378 108 486 467 na 467
UNIVERSITY OF P/HARCOURT 534 548 91 639 563 92 655
UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA 166 147 19 166 206 na 206
NNAMDI AZIKIWE UNI. AWKA 451 412 134 546 604 na 604
UNIVERSITY OF UYO 754 634 120 754 755 na 755
ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BELEWA 470 540 101 641 341 na 341
FED. UNI. OF TECH. OWERRI 312 299 55 354 488 na 488
FED. UNI. OF TECH AKURE 375 436 54 490 490 na 490
FED. UNI. OF TECH MINNA 326 275 51 326 452 na 452
FED. UNI. OF TECH YOLA 318 240 24 264 395 na 395
UNI. OF AGRIC. MAKURDI 249 571 43 614 315 na 315
UNI. OF AGRIC ABEOKUTA 227 199 28 227 300 na 300
MICHEAL OPKARA UNI. OF AGRIC 242 190 40 230 252 na 252
NIGERIAN DEFENCE ACADEMY na na na na 148 32 180
LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY 556 459 97 556 476 101 577
RIVERS STATE UNI. OF SCI. & TECH 623 444 179 623 163 89 252
AMBROSE ALLI UNI. EKPOMA 103 84 19 103 na na na
ABIA STATE UNI. UTURU 365 289 48 337 324 48 372
ENUGU STATE UNI. OF SCI. & TECH 512 400 112 512 na na na
OLABISI ONABANJO UNI. AGO-IWOYE na na na na na na na
UNIVERSITY ADO-EKITI 304 na na na 363 na 363
LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIVERSITY 406 344 62 406 425 91 516
IMO STATE UNIVERSITY 263 299 75 374 na na na
BENUE STATE UNI. MAKURDI na na na na 336 49 385
DELTA STATE UNI. ABRAKA 447 373 74 447 1,204 388 1,592
ADEKUNLE AJASIN UIN. ONDO 192 191 25 216 236 na 236
KOGI STATE UNI. AYINGBA na na na na 243 na 243
KANO STATE UNI. OF TECH 40 35 5 40 114 na 114
EBONYI STATE UNI. ABAKALIKI 472 402 70 472 488 100 588
NASSARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY 145 129 18 147 153 20 173
BABCOCK UNIVERSITY ABEOKUTA 121 119 27 146 106 27 133
MADONNA UNIVERSITY OKIJA 101 103 54 157 118 61 179
IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY OKADA 138 140 16 156 135 13 148
BOWEN UNIVERSITY IWO 110 45 14 59 68 10 78
COVENANT UNIVERSITY OTA 93 99 25 124 131 24 155
PAN-AFRICAN UNIVERSITY LAGOS 23 13 10 23 14 10 24

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BENSON IDAHOSA UNI. BENIN 101 na na na 78 20 98
NATIONAL MATH. CENTRE ABUJA 19 17 2 19 8 na 8
NIG. FRENCH LANG.VILLAGE 29 23 6 29 37 na 37
NIG. ARABIC LANG. VILLAGE 16 15 1 16 15 na 15
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NIG. LANG. 30 25 5 30 26 na 26
ADAMAWA STATE UNIVERSITY 68 83 12 95 129 na 129
NATIONAL OPEN UNIVERSITY na na na na 49 na 49
DIV. OF AGRIC. COLLEGES, ZARIA na na na na 75 na 75
NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY 287 280 57 337 0 na 0
GOMBE STATE UNIVERSITY na na na na 24 8 32
ANAMBRA STATE UNI. ULLI na na na na 94 17 111
TOTAL 22,046 19,739 4,132 23,871 21,795 1,740 23,535

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.


Note: na = Not available.

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TABLE 3.29a TOTAL ENROLMENT IN FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES BY MAJOR DISCIPLINE, (2001 - 2006)
DISCIPLINES 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006
ADMINISTRATI 29,407 29,741 45,247 47,886 29,757
ON
AGRICULTURE 18,557 27,201 30,457 26,455 22,022
ARTS 31,182 31,456 35,585 38,589 33,998
EDUCATION 33,782 33,798 48,230 48,889 49,247
ENGR/TECHN 47,278 50,983 51,816 59,702 57,824
OLOGY
ENVIR. 10,864 14,676 18,036 18,853 17,968
SCIENCE
LAW 14,395 13,896 15,430 18,506 16,299
MEDICINE 26,360 25,426 28,001 31,540 25,884
PHARMACY 5,727 5,873 5,967 5,538 4,740
SCIENCE 59,361 74,933 78,761 97,724 75,187
SOCIAL 45,320 38,154 54,450 52,924 56,725
SCIENCE
VETERINARY 3,474 3,365 7,273 3,771 3,735
MEDICINE
TOTAL 325,707 349,502 419,253 450,377 393,386
Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.

TABLE 3.29b NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES BY MAJOR DISCIPLINE, (2001-


2006)
DISCIPLINES 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006
ADMINISTRATI 1,141 890 1,181 982 773
ON
AGRICULTURE 1,757 1,979 2,317 1,533 1,428
ARTS 1,417 1,719 1,434 1,598 1,660
EDUCATION 1,418 1,559 1,370 1,515 1,552
ENGR/TECHNO 1,966 1,907 2,171 1,992 1,886
LOGY
ENVIR. 696 820 682 769 889
SCIENCE
LAW 424 350 433 523 538
MEDICINE 1,780 2,004 1,996 2,041 2,027
PHARMACY 253 410 290 400 376
SCIENCE 3,153 3,872 3,495 3,099 2,986
SOCIAL 1,130 1,272 775 1,283 1,398
SCIENCE
VETERINARY 290 379 515 381 377
MEDICINE
TOTAL 15,425 17,161 16,659 16,116 15,890
Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.

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TABLE 3.29C STUDENT /TEACHER RATIO IN FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES, (2001-2006)
DISCIPLINES 2001/200 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 NUC
2 Guildline*
ADMINISTRATION 1 33 38 49 38 30
AGRICULTURE 11 14 13 17 15 15
ARTS 22 18 25 24 20 30
EDUCATION 24 22 35 32 31 30
ENGR/TECHNOLO 24 27 24 30 30 30
GY
ENVIR. SCIENCE 16 18 12 25 20 30
LAW 34 40 36 35 30 15
MEDICINE 15 13 14 15 12 30
PHARMACY 23 14 21 14 12 15
SCIENCE 19 19 23 32 25 15
SOCIAL SCIENCE 40 30 70 41 40 20
VETERINARY 12 9 14 10 10 30
MEDICINE
TOTAL 266 257 325 324 283 10
Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.
NOTE:*NUC guideline implies Students/Teacher Ratio (as Standard)

163
TABLE 3.30 ACADEMIC STAFF BY INSTITUTION AND GRADE FOR FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES,
(2001- 2005)
Prof/ Readers Snr. Lecturer Lecturer 1 and Below

University 2001/ 2002/ 2003/ 2004/ 2001/ 2002/ 2003/ 2004/ 2001/ 2002/ 2003/ 2004/
02 03 04 05 02 03 04 05 02 03 04 05
Ibadan
296 296 296 279 305 305 305 321 637 637 637 549
Lagos
239 228 226 226 330 250 273 273 493 626 405 405
Nsukka
214 214 214 187 410 410 410 404 638 638 638 488
ABU, Zaria
120 120 134 140 179 179 177 186 837 837 908 879
Ife
262 262 367 367 228 228 270 270 769 769 706 706
Benin
177 190 191 191 200 196 226 226 520 483 514 514
Jos
86 19 19 126 148 43 43 141 407 218 218 387
Calabar
100 116 116 119 123 128 128 157 472 630 630 438
Kano
55 55 55 69 150 150 150 171 288 288 288 328
Maiduguri
325 365 399 399 591 639 698 698 711 823 895 895
Sokoto
35 65 65 63 92 93 94 96 215 236 246 249
Ilorin
135 135 135 134 122 140 140 158 350 386 386 382
P/Harcourt
71 71 89 91 162 162 207 209 264 264 343 347
Uyo
58 96 90 106 126 130 42 146 492 476 623 502
Awka
79 91 91 94 173 277 215 201 239 182 244 249
Abuja
18 18 18 46 44 44 44 43 129 129 129 120
Abeokuta
40 70 70 129 65 55 55 145 147 209 209 296
Makurdi
67 24 92 92 79 52 85 85 401 201 443 443
Umudike
17 43 43 43 28 73 73 73 86 119 119 119
Owerri
48 101 101 106 60 96 96 102 162 291 291 324
Akure
47 70 70 85 58 58 58 86 280 247 247 268
Bauchi
42 124 124 124 52 79 79 79 260 438 438 438
Minna
18 18 18 18 46 46 46 46 147 147 147 147
Yola
19 206 206 28 48 356 356 46 532 478 478 230
NDA, Kaduna na na na na na na na na na
15 22 143
NOUN na na na na na na na na na na na na

Total
2,568 2,997 3,229 3,277 3,819 4,189 4,270 4,384 9,476 9,752 10,182 9,846
Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.

Note: na = Not available.

164
TABLE 3.31b GRADUATE OUTPUT BY POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA 2000/2001 -- 2004/2005
DISCIPLINES 2000/20001 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005

M F M F M F M F M F

ADMINISTRATION
3,456 1,055 1,461 594 950 527 1,341 701 1,095 599
AGRICULTURE
287 30 169 42 101 37 214 40 136 46
ARTS
405 105 105 43 100 118 75 53 74 41
EDUCATION
415 237 818 519 590 397 451 476 304 206
ENGR/TECHNOLOGY
693 32 534 52 329 63 346 58 570 49
ENVIR. SCIENCE
96 17 129 28 129 82 162 36 159 31
LAW na na na na na na
10 3 89 65
MEDICINE
15 11 51 31 100 62 25 12 22 18
PHARMACY na na na na na na na na na na

SCIENCE
810 475 413 98 243 90 343 123 269 111
SOCIAL SCIENCE
1,188 456 1,111 193 694 476 765 292 533 388
DENTISTRY na na na na na na na na na na

VETERINARY MEDICINE na na na na na na na
8 4 3
OTHERS na na
190 95 180 42 235 87 36 39
TOTAL
7,573 2,516 5,060 1,707 3,471 1,939 3,762 1,833 3,162 1,489
Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.

Note: na = Not available.

165
TABLE 3.32a GRADUATE OUTPUT BY MASTERS DEGREE, 2000/2001 -- 2004/2005
DISCIPLINES 2000/20001 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005
M F M F M F M F M F
ADMINISTRATION
3,470 1,241 2,879 987 5,326 992 2,334 1,212 1,676 768
AGRICULTURE
138 38 418 142 368 136 324 94 202 59
ARTS
681 304 1,074 365 568 189 637 310 280 169
EDUCATION
723 736 1,406 962 1,061 854 1,043 849 328 317
ENGR/TECHNOLOGY
296 23 539 97 409 162 416 71 166 21
ENVIR. SCIENCE
252 39 127 39 154 56 220 81 296 122
LAW
218 137 253 91 250 132 329 183 33 12
MEDICINE
95 25 279 125 219 98 517 129 66 36
PHARMACY
23 7 25 15 58 27 105 39 11 3
SCIENCE
393 165 820 322 557 145 566 239 2,586 106
SOCIAL SCIENCE
1,327 362 3,096 996 1,719 500 1,987 733 688 412
DENTISTRY na na na na
29 12 1 9 1 2
VETERINARY MEDICINE
16 2 38 4 28 9 22 6 12 6
OTHERS
53 15 39 12 31 8 20 16 6 2
TOTAL
7,714 3,106 10,994 4,157 10,748 3,308 8,529 3,963 6,352 2,033
Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.

Note: na = Not available.

TABLE 3.32b GRADUATE OUTPUT BY DOCTORATE DEGREE, 2000/2001 -- 2004/2005


DISCIPLINES 2000/20001 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005
M F M F M F M F M F
ADMINISTRATION 27 6 13 4 14 3 13 2 23 5
AGRICULTURE 47 17 90 19 104 27 76 25 53 12
ARTS 67 11 125 13 93 40 120 45 63 20
EDUCATION 103 60 130 54 102 71 103 72 47 16
ENGR/TECHNOLOGY 32 1 34 4 36 3 45 1 27 2
ENVIR. SCIENCE 63 13 12 2 4 1 13 2 7 1
LAW 11 na 5 2 3 1 3 na 3 na
MEDICINE 6 1 22 6 13 11 15 6 1 na
PHARMACY 4 1 3 1 1 1 8 3 2 4
SCIENCE 74 20 87 19 76 11 76 35 47 14
SOCIAL SCIENCE 97 15 42 16 93 28 84 24 56 17
DENTISTRY na na na na na na na na na na
VETERINARY MEDICINE 6 na 15 2 7 1 13 2 6 1
OTHERS 6 2 na 1 7 1 8 na 1 na
TOTAL 543 147 578 143 553 199 577 217 336 92
Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

166
TABLE 3.33 GRADUATE OUTPUT (BACHELOR'S DEGREE, POSTGRADUATE DIPLOMA, MASTER'S
DEGREE AND DOCTORATE DEGREE,2000/2001-2004/2005
DISCIPLINES 2000/20001 2001/2002 2002/2003 2003/2004 2004/2005

M F M F M F M F M F

ADMINISTRATION
10,247 4,600 9,080 4,998 12,670 6,843 7,777 5,116 5,315 3,215

AGRICULTURE
1,558 689 2,058 908 1,939 1,073 1,882 987 690 284

ARTS
3,885 2,771 4,242 3,403 4,433 4,310 3,538 3,154 2,104 1,725

EDUCATION
5,370 5,150 5,575 4,783 5,313 4,713 3,958 4,405 3,031 2,634

ENGR/TECHNOLOGY
5,215 637 5,665 832 6,199 1,028 4,989 819 1,824 188

ENVIR. SCIENCE
1,343 444 1,347 464 1,488 699 1,335 487 1,105 397

LAW
1,797 1,130 2,459 1,939 3,099 2,797 2,233 1,644 1,043 638

MEDICINE
1,316 605 1,890 775 1,821 1,074 1,776 868 448 284

PHARMACY
269 86 340 154 245 172 433 277 25 17

SCIENCE
6,020 3,154 5,781 3,279 6,715 4,593 5,375 2,978 5,092 1,610

SOCIAL SCIENCE
7,633 4,056 12,708 6,201 10,693 6,662 8,853 5,269 4,170 3,113

DENTISTRY na
29 12 46 22 67 30 57 22 2

VETERINARY MEDICINE
98 21 152 53 190 64 86 32 48 13

OTHERS
832 423 1,278 512 1,152 497 681 269 280 211

TOTAL
45,612 23,778 52,621 28,323 56,024 34,555 42,973 26,327 25,177 14,329
Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.

Note: na = Not available.

167
TABLE 3.34 NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE CORP (NYSC) DISTRIBUTION BY STATE AND BY SEX
2004-2005
STATE 2004 2005
MALE (%) FEMALE (%) MALE (%) FEMALE (%)
Abia 57.6 1,279 42.4 1,464 49.1 50.9
1,741 1,517
Adamawa 55.3 1,423 44.7 1,329 49.7 50.3
1,761 1,343
Akwa Ibom 57.0 1,252 43.0 1,535 50.8 49.2
1,662 1,484
Anambra 54.9 1,405 45.1 1,622 48.4 51.6
1,710 1,726
Bauchi 54.5 1,432 45.5 1,453 49.3 50.7
1,712 1,494
Bayelsa 57.8 1,352 42.3 1,303 50.2 49.8
1,848 1,294
Benue 53.1 1,386 46.9 1,508 51.3 48.7
1,572 1,431
Borno 55.6 1,428 44.4 1,412 53.1 46.9
1,785 1,248
Cross River 54.3 1,393 45.7 1,534 50.6 49.4
1,656 1,499
Delta 53.8 1,432 46.2 1,683 49.6 50.4
1,670 1,713
Ebonyi 59.6 1,202 40.4 1,314 49.3 50.7
1,772 1,351
Edo 50.4 1,510 49.6 1,601 49.2 50.8
1,532 1,654
Ekiti 54.0 1,376 46.0 1,514 49.3 50.7
1,614 1,556
Enugu 55.0 45.0 49.5 50.5
1,694 1,388 1,634 1,670
Gombe 53.6 46.4 50.4 49.6
1,730 1,495 1,365 1,341
Imo 55.9 44.1 48.0 52.0
1,704 1,347 1,551 1,678
Jigawa 55.5 44.5 50.5 49.5
1,765 1,413 1,229 1,205
Kaduna 52.1 47.9 50.5 49.5
1,650 1,516 1,960 1,925
Kano 52.9 47.1 49.6 50.4
1,731 1,542 1,847 1,874
Katsina 55.1 44.9 50.6 49.4
1,723 1,405 1,364 1,329
Kebbi 54.5 45.5 49.5 50.5
1,709 1,425 1,190 1,212
Kogi 54.6 1,306 45.4 1,463 52.6 47.4
1,571 1,317
Kwara 50.9 1,442 49.1 1,669 50.1 49.9
1,494 1,661
Lagos 34.6 1,395 65.4 1,952 47.4 52.6
739 2,168
Nassarawa 52.5 1,367 47.5 1,445 50.6 49.4
1,508 1,410
Niger 51.5 1,482 48.5 1,482 50.9 49.1
1,575 1,428
Ogun 49.8 1,558 50.2 1,764 49.9 50.1
1,546 1,768
Ondo 54.0 1,361 46.0 1,470 48.5 51.5
1,598 1,560

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Osun 52.1 1,419 47.9 1,532 48.8 51.2
1,543 1,609
Oyo 47.9 1,611 52.1 1,669 49.8 50.2
1,483 1,680
Plateau 52.8 1,584 47.2 1,731 54.4 45.6
1,772 1,453
Rivers 44.7 1,640 55.3 1,905 50.1 49.9
1,323 1,896
Sokoto 54.5 1,423 45.5 1,445 49.7 50.3
1,702 1,460
Taraba 52.9 1,512 47.1 1,268 49.9 50.1
1,696 1,272
Yobe 53.8 1,461 46.2 1,256 48.6 51.4
1,702 1,327
Zamfara 56.9 43.1 1,248 48.8 51.2
1,862 1,409 1,308
FCT 48.1 1,070 51.9 1,794 51.9 48.1
990 1,660
NIGERIA 53.4 51,371 46.6 54,711 49.9 50.1
58,855 54,861
Source: National Youth Service Corps
,Abuja.

169
TABLE 3.34 Cont'd NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE CORP (NYSC) DISTRIBUTION BY STATE AND BY
SEX 2006-2008 .
STATE 2006 2007 2008
MALE % FEMA % MALE % FEMA % MALE % FEMA %
LE LE LE
Abia 1863 58.7 1312 41.3 1910 59.2 1317 40.8 2430 52.8 2176 47.2
Adamawa 1623 60.1 1079 39.9 1496 51.1 1433 48.9 2406 57.0 1814 43.0
Akwa Ibom 1914 59.6 1300 40.4 1988 60.9 1274 39.1 2513 57.7 1840 42.3
Anambra 1856 53.8 1597 46.2 2010 54.8 1661 45.2 2815 56.8 2140 43.2
Bauchi 1649 56.7 1261 43.3 1807 55.8 1429 44.2 2530 57.1 1899 42.9
Bayelsa 1792 61.0 1147 39.0 1853 60.4 1217 39.6 2549 59.2 1757 40.8
Benue 1689 57.1 1268 42.9 1736 55.1 1416 44.9 2561 57.1 1922 42.9
Borno 1619 58.0 1170 42.0 1876 56.4 1450 43.6 2523 55.7 2006 44.3
Cross River 1829 57.7 1341 42.3 1998 60.9 1283 39.1 2549 58.8 1785 41.2
Delta 2149 56.8 1636 43.2 2167 57.6 1594 42.4 2667 55.0 2184 45.0
Ebonyi 1723 59.8 1159 40.2 1935 58.9 1349 41.1 2624 58.9 1828 41.1
Edo 1869 55.2 1514 44.8 1985 55.8 1574 44.2 2541 51.8 2361 48.2
Ekiti 1641 53.8 1411 46.2 1885 58.7 1325 41.3 2722 55.1 2216 44.9
Enugu 1988 55.3 1605 44.7 1997 57.0 1509 43.0 2635 53.8 2259 46.2
Gombe 1556 57.7 1143 42.3 1785 58.9 1245 41.1 2603 58.4 1855 41.6
Imo 1825 56.6 1397 43.4 1897 58.6 1342 41.4 2586 56.7 1971 43.3
Jigawa 1587 58.9 1108 41.1 1718 57.6 1266 42.4 2501 58.6 1767 41.4
Kaduna 2309 52.1 2124 47.9 1996 50.9 1925 49.1 3224 52.3 2943 47.7
Kano 2085 54.0 1779 46.0 2252 54.0 1922 46.0 3162 54.3 2659 45.7
Katsina 1567 55.0 1280 45.0 1775 54.4 1486 45.6 2524 56.6 1936 43.4
Kebbi 1591 57.8 1163 42.2 1705 55.7 1354 44.3 2369 56.0 1862 44.0
Kogi 1803 58.0 1308 42.0 1914 57.3 1429 42.7 2530 56.3 1962 43.7
Kwara 1820 55.1 1481 44.9 1948 55.9 1536 44.1 2627 54.1 2230 45.9
Lagos 1986 37.7 3278 62.3 2836 41.6 3978 58.4 5462 48.3 5847 51.7
Nassarawa 1674 54.2 1412 45.8 1750 55.1 1427 44.9 2373 53.1 2095 46.9
Niger 1646 53.8 1415 46.2 1848 57.1 1391 42.9 2511 53.6 2175 46.4
Ogun 2124 53.4 1852 46.6 2219 52.9 1973 47.1 3124 52.2 2862 47.8
Ondo 1842 57.4 1366 42.6 1819 57.4 1350 42.6 2614 56.0 2053 44.0
Osun 1826 55.0 1493 45.0 1832 54.4 1534 45.6 2547 52.7 2286 47.3
Oyo 1646 48.9 1723 51.1 1982 47.7 2176 52.3 2672 49.0 2777 51.0
Plateau 1900 54.6 1582 45.4 2013 54.9 1655 45.1 2851 55.4 2299 44.6
Rivers 2527 54.5 2113 45.5 2335 51.0 2246 49.0 3297 52.1 3029 47.9
Sokoto 1595 56.1 1248 43.9 1920 56.9 1454 43.1 2619 56.2 2038 43.8
Taraba 1471 53.7 1270 46.3 1409 50.4 1384 49.6 2521 57.8 1838 42.2
Yobe 1467 56.6 1126 43.4 1682 55.6 1342 44.4 2355 56.4 1821 43.6
Zamfara 1558 56.8 1185 43.2 1719 52.7 1542 47.3 2367 55.2 1922 44.8
FCT 2025 40.1 3021 59.9 2583 43.5 3360 56.5 4609 46.9 5215 53.1
NIGERIA 66634 54.5 55667 45.5 71580 54.3 60148 45.7 10211 54.4 85629 45.6
3
Source: National Youth Service Corps ,Abuja.

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TABLE3.34b: DISTRIBUTION OF CORPS MEMBER BY DISCIPLINE, 2004-2008
DISCIPLINE 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

ACCTS/BUS. STUDIES 14,890 15,988 20,898 22,509 28,949

AGRIC.ENGR. 1,120 1,203 1,572 1,693 2,178

AGRIC. SCIENCE 3,387 3,637 16,548 5,120 6,585

ARTS/HUMANITIES 10,260 11,017 14,400 15,510 19,948

EDUCATION ARTS 5,555 5,965 7,796 8,397 10,801

EDUC.SPECIAL 2,242 2,408 3,147 3,389 4,360

EDUC.VOCATION 542 582 761 819 1,054

EDUC.SCIENCE 5,054 5,427 7,094 7,640 9,826

ENGINEERING 8,688 8,072 10,551 11,364 14,616

ENV'TAL 4,941 5,305 6,933 7,469 9,606


DESIGN(ARC;SURV/EST.MGT ETC)
FOOD SC.& TECH 867 931 872 1,311 1,686

HUMAN MEDICINE 361 388 363 546 703

LAW 3,999 4,293 4,020 6,045 7,773

NATURAL/APP.SCIE. 8,974 9,635 9,020 13,565 17,446

PARAMEDICAL 1,988 2,134 1,998 3,005 3,864


(LAB.TECH/NURS.ETC)
PHAMACY 710 762 714 1,074 1,380

SEC. STUDIES 2,804 3,011 2,819 4,239 5,452

SOCIAL SCIENCE 5,358 5,357 5,014 7,542 9,700

VET. MEDICINE 240 258 337 363 467

OTHERS 5,158 7,192 7,444 10,125 31,350

TOTAL 87,138 93,565 122,301 131,725 187,744

Source: National Youth Service Corps , Abuja.

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TABLE 3.35 STATISTICS OF REGISTERED STUDENTS IN NIGERIAN LAW SCHOOL, 2003-2007
CAMPUS 2003/2004 2004/2005 2005/2006 2006/2007

Abuja 1,642 1,661 1,634 3,001

Enugu 732 841 811 1,302

Kano 443 496 751 1,090

Lagos 1,251 1,170 1,323 2,172

Total 4,068 4,168 4,519 7,565

Source: Nigerian Law School, Abuja.

TABLE 3.36 STATISTSCS OF STUDENTS OUTPUT IN NIGERIAN LAW SCHOOL 2003-2007


YEAR OUTPUT

2003 1,313

2004 2,881

2005 2,468

2006 3,413

2007 6,934

2008

Total 17,009

Source: Nigerian Law School, Abuja.

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TABLE 3.37: REGISTERED MEMBERS OF TEACHERS REGISTRATION COUNCIL OF NIGERIA BY
STATE AND GENDER(Primary School Teachers),2003-2008
STATE 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008
MALE FEMAL MALE FEMAL MALE FEMAL MALE FEMAL MALE FEMAL
E E E E E
Abia 1,649 4,845 1,337 6,608 1,487 8,284 1,759 10,435 3,107 8,864
Adamawa 6,236 2,527 6,682 2,708 8,965 3,975 6,954 3,307 5,251 3,937
Akwa Ibom 3,879 5,699 3,991 8,140 4,593 9,812 4,231 8,880 5,522 7,566
Anambra 1,010 9,024 1,093 9,669 1,130 10,740 772 11,209 2,690 10,075
Bauchi 7,092 461 7,599 494 8,483 2,298 3,015 942 4,322 3,102
Bayelsa 1,772 1,237 2,193 1,442 2,108 1,752 3,153 2,885 3,886 3,771
Benue 7,248 4,572 9,737 5,126 11,257 5,939 9,963 5,441 6,785 6,148
Borno 4,499 6,535 4,820 762 7,465 7,001 4,060 2,808 4,028 3,444
Cross River 6,420 4,172 6,878 4,470 5,807 7,093 4,784 6,586 3,779 5,626
Delta 3,385 7,619 3,627 8,163 4,442 9,983 3,363 9,081 5,034 9,049
Ebonyi 4,243 5,084 4,546 5,447 3,699 3,842 3,980 3,818 4,042 4,521
Edo 2,008 5,430 2,151 5,818 2,567 6,501 2,053 6,610 2,798 8,041
Ekiti 2,470 3,331 2,646 3,569 2,288 5,334 2,213 5,604 4,053 6,665
Enugu 3,114 5,732 3,497 5,604 3,296 6,701 4,497 10,228 4,599 8,351
Gombe 3,935 298 4,216 319 5,324 2,803 3,997 2,122 4,189 2,841
Imo 2,034 9,391 2,179 10,061 2,306 10,926 1,951 10,232 2,787 10,240
Jigawa 6,416 1,768 6,874 1,895 7,309 577 4,112 163 3,250 1,381
Kaduna 7,505 3,968 8,041 4,655 12,782 9,818 8,713 8,698 7,982 6,893
Kano 10,910 4,458 11,689 4,776 18,345 3,936 5,823 1,237 6,049 2,113
Katsina 6,728 1,660 8,166 2,276 7,843 2,525 10,481 3,268 4,850 2,257
Kebbi 4,588 1,104 3,818 1,326 5,903 1,696 2,582 1,059 3,305 2,447
Kogi 5,270 5,070 5,646 6,155 6,083 7,055 1,984 1,992 5,333 7,783
Kwara 3,670 1,239 966 5,517 4,913 7,435 4,449 8,505 5,350 8,756
Lagos 1,781 9,949 4,392 12,908 5,894 14,408 1,552 7,607 5,801 15,409
Nassarawa 5,212 2,025 736 5,584 5,807 2,945 3,945 1,836 5,229 3,149
Niger 6,367 4,192 1,134 6,821 10,975 6,104 7,040 3,844 6,961 4,710
Ogun 3,677 6,593 982 3,940 5,035 11,894 3,404 10,331 4,613 8,425
Ondo 3,868 6,080 847 3,417 4,580 9,437 4,017 9,681 5,838 9,803
Osun 3,501 6,932 1,011 3,863 3,889 7,845 5,335 9,874 5,377 7,246
Oyo 4,761 10,682 1,385 5,101 7,061 16,918 7,141 19,159 6,439 14,569
Plateau 6,213 4,474 1,151 6,656 7,949 4,996 6,278 5,323 6,418 4,913
Rivers 3,154 5,024 770 3,380 2,939 3,502 3,017 4,177 5,353 6,199
Sokoto 7,346 2,125 1,566 7,890 6,791 1,006 2,445 534 3,336 2,152
Taraba 7,006 3,242 1,070 7,506 9,149 3,314 3,558 1,196 3,455 2,611
Yobe 3,046 1,235 583 3,262 3,920 1,328 1,927 904 2,766 1,858
Zamfara 3,414 382 623 3,661 4,011 524 3,553 456 3,990 2,006
FCT 1,130 1,322 1,211 667 1,870 1,866 2,449 2,553 4,029 5,666
TOTAL 166,557 159,481 129,853 179,656 218,265 222,113 154,550 202,585 172,596 222,587

SOURC: Teacher Registration Council of Nigeria.

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TABLE 3.38: REGISTERED MEMBERS OF TEACHERS REGISTRATION COUNCIL OF NIGERIA BY STAE
AND GENDER(Secondary School Teachers),2003-2008.
STATE 2003 2004 2005 2007 2008
MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE MALE FEMALE
Abia 1,445 1,400 824 2,259 1,427 1,657
1,354 2,396 1,783 5,089
Adamawa 490 406 1,140 761 1,619 656
1,465 519 3,014 2,260
Akwa Ibom 841 1,400 1,714 2,089 1,645 3,137
2,041 1,805 3,170 4,343
Anambra 1,051 2,346 1,875 3,639 1,092 4,422
1,102 3,211 1,544 5,784
Bauchi 576 560 803 414 1,479 458
578 197 2,481 1,781
Bayelsa 1,050 692 473 1,308 530 1,337 1,107 675 2,230 2,165
Benue 1,873 1,050 1,460 1,672 2,234 898 2,834 892 3,895 3,529
Borno 910 1,086 1,598 542 1,492 647 1,125 562 2,312 1,977
Cross River 1,400 1,077 729 1,925 1,185 1,469 1,200 973 2,169 3,230
Delta 2,461 2,800 1,406 4,231 2,086 3,551 2,580 4,331 2,890 5,195
Ebonyi 1,050 452 429 1,180 428 1,181 743 726 2,321 2,596
Edo 2,160 1,610 840 3,197 1,069 2,969 1,702 2,030 1,606 4,616
Ekiti 1,715 1,681 1,451 2,225 2,332 1,344 2,397 2,629 2,326 3,826
Enugu 2,502 1,680 1,609 3,934 1,411 4,072 1,624 2,475 2,640 4,793
Gombe 980 643 1,086 653 1,164 575 750 284 2,640 1,631
Imo 2,458 2,450 2,064 4,695 2,905 3,104 2,899 3,524 1,600 5,879
Jigawa 4,200 3,914 6,360 2,333 6,659 2,034 352 32 1,866 793
Kaduna 2,460 1,960 2,674 2,258 3,587 1,346 3,123 2,069 4,583 3,957
Kano 1,986 1,161 2,753 1,499 2,921 706 2,136 784 3,472 1,213
Katsina 1,050 823 1,388 611 1,409 598 1,190 254 2,785 1,296
Kebbi 683 490 1,088 169 739 518 1,149 405 1,898 1,405
Kogi 1,820 1,050 1,934 1,457 2,243 1,148 397 308 3,062 4,468
Kwara 1,978 1,400 1,560 2,016 1,336 2,284 1,613 1,363 3,072 5,026
Lagos 5,906 4,200 4,725 6,103 7,142 6,680 4,486 9,828 3,330 8,846
Nassarawa 1,629 1,050 2,342 837 2,239 941 1,875 631 3,002 1,808
Niger 2,073 701 2,313 659 2,974 1,268 3,035 1,398 3,996 2,704
Ogun 2,500 1,750 2,648 1,906 3,269 2,569 2,308 3,326 2,648 4,836
Ondo 1,715 1,470 1,643 1,770 4,676 4,202 2,865 3,175 3,353 5,628
Osun 2,928 2,001 3,411 2,426 2,566 2,487 3,605 2,398 3,087 4,160
Oyo 4,786 3,500 4,122 4,756 5,226 3,452 4,334 5,069 3,696 8,364
Plateau 1,252 1,365 1,925 1,629 2,313 2,031 1,840 1,080 3,684 2,821
Rivers 2,531 1,750 3,108 1,478 1,536 3,050 2,317 2,143 3,073 3,559
Sokoto 797 700 1,063 541 1,489 115 1,067 783 1,916 1,235
Taraba 713 350 704 585 719 720 949 359 1,983 1,499
Yobe 1,167 455 1,099 639 1,281 532 545 319 1,588 1,066
Zamfara 559 140 849 391 938 302 639 326 2,291 1,151
FCT 1,280 855 1,172 1,117 1,192 1,097 901 1,163 2,313 3,253
TOTAL 65,695 51,563 68,382 69,904 80,552 69,557 66,227 64,442 99,319 127,782
SOURC: Teacher Registration Council of Nigeria.

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TABLE 3.39 PERCENTAGE OF ADULT AND YOUTH LITERACY IN ANY LANGUAGE,2008
STATE ADULT YOUTH
MALE FEMALE MF MALE FEMALE MF
Abia 93.6 82.2 87.4 97.7 95.4 96.5
Adamawa 65.8 50.9 58.4 77.4 67.6 72.6
Akwa Ibom 86.0 77.2 81.7 90.7 91.7 91.2
Anambra 84.3 73.1 78.2 95.3 96.0 95.7
Bauchi 45.0 27.9 36.6 58.6 38.2 48.9
Bayelsa 84.2 66.6 75.1 85.3 88.7 86.9
Benue 79.0 53.5 66.5 89.8 74.2 82.8
Borno 47.5 26.1 37.0 61.0 45.4 53.0
Cross River 82.6 69.2 75.9 93.6 92.2 92.9
Delta 91.1 80.2 85.4 96.4 92.9 94.7
Ebonyi 80.4 66.3 73.1 95.3 74.1 94.7
Edo 94.6 87.6 91.1 99.1 97.7 98.4
Ekiti 83.3 71.4 77.5 98.4 93.6 96.2
Enugu 74.0 63.0 68.1 93.6 92.0 92.7
Gombe 79.3 70.5 75.1 83.6 73.7 79.2
Imo 94.0 85.2 89.9 99.7 98.7 99.2
Jigawa 58.8 37.0 47.9 67.8 47.4 58.6
Kaduna 66.5 43.5 55.4 77.7 50.5 65.0
Kano 78.6 58.2 68.3 85.4 61.2 73.5
Katsina 43.3 16.5 29.6 72.8 28.4 50.3
Kebbi 66.9 43.9 55.8 78.7 50.0 65.1
Kogi 68.7 49.4 59.0 94.4 84.8 89.6
Kwara 63.6 47.0 54.9 90.0 80.6 85.8
Lagos 96.3 93.6 95.0 99.5 98.5 99.0
Nassarawa 67.5 50.1 59.4 82.6 72.1 78.1
Niger 59.2 32.3 46.4 82.4 48.4 65.4
Ogun 78.3 69.3 73.8 89.9 92.3 91.1
Ondo 86.1 76.9 81.4 97.2 96.7 97.0
Osun 84.4 63.0 73.1 97.6 96.4 97.1
Oyo 75.6 66.3 71.0 88.8 87.8 88.4
Plateau 77.6 63.9 71.2 85.3 79.7 82.7
Rivers 90.6 82.8 86.8 94.9 94.4 94.7
Sokoto 54.6 42.0 48.6 60.3 38.3 49.2
Taraba 66.0 46.9 56.7 88.1 64.9 76.8
Yobe 51.8 27.0 39.6 64.5 39.8 52.1
Zamfara 79.7 61.7 70.7 84.3 62.7 72.2
FCT 75.7 58.3 67.1 87.1 75.3 81.2
TOTAL 73.8 58.1 66.0 85.6 74.1 80.0
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio Economic Survey on Nigeria,2009.

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FIGURE 3.39 % OF LITERACY IN NIGERIA 2008.

Percentage of literacy in Nigeria 
,2008
90.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0 Percentage of literacy 
0.0
in Nigeria
MALE

MALE
FEMALE

FEMALE
MF

MF

ADULT YOUTH

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CHAPTER FOUR
HEALTH
The main sources of data for this chapter are the Federal Ministry of Health, National Agency for
Food, Drugs and Administration and Control (NAFDAC), Multiple Indicators Cluster Survey (MICS),
NBS/CBN socio-economic survey on Nigeria and Federal Ministry of Water Resources.
Table 4.2a shows HIV/AIDS projected population by State (2002-2007). There was a downward trend
over the years considered. The population in 2002 decreased from 3,532,335 to 3,295,862 in 2003 by
about 3.9%. Also 2006 decreased to 3,082,963 in 2007. However, it rose to 3,594,087 (about 14%) in
2008.

Table 4.2b shows HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in Nigeria (2001, 2003, 2005 and 2008). Between 2001
and 2003, the prevalence rate increased from 4.6% to 4.8% while between 2003 to 2005. It rose from
4.8% to 11.4% however, between 2005 and 2008 the prevalence rate decreased from 11.4% to 4.6%.
Table 4.6a shows cases of selected notifiable diseases in 2008. Malaria was the highest among the
selected diseases with 2,755,733 and was followed by Diarrhoea (SWB) which was recorded 188,868.
The least was Tetanus which accounted for 882.

Table 4.7a shows reported death of selected notifiable diseases in 2008. Malaria claimed the highest
number of death among the notifiable diseases with 103,602 and was followed by HIV/AIDS which
recorded 37,815. The least among the notifiable diseases was Tetanus (N) with 109.

Table 4.8.2 shows the number of registered product by NAFDAC (2001-2008). There was appreciable
increase in the number of registered product from 1,544 in 2001 to 6,545 in 2004. In 2005 and 2007,
the number dropped to 4,994 and 5,938 respectively. However, in 2008 it rose to 6006 (about 0.1%)

Table 4.8.3 shows the completed application forms received by NAFDAC (2002-2008). There was
fluctuation within the period. 2008 recorded the highest number of completed application forms
received with 9,264 (about 48%). It was followed in 2004 which recorded 6,545 while the least was
663 in 2003.

Table 4.10 shows percentage of pregnant women receiving Anti- Tetanus injection by State (2003-
2008). The highest percentage receiving the injection in Nigeria during the period was 86.6% in 2008,
followed by 75.10% in 2007. The least was 31.74% in 2003. Top on the list among the States in 2008
were Abia, Anambra, Benue, Borno, Ekiti, Kogi, Ogun, and Yobe which recorded 100% each. The
least States were Edo and Bayelsa with 8.3% and 44.4% respectively.

Table 4.11 shows percentage of pregnant women registered with clinics by State (2003-2008). The
highest percentage registered with clinics in Nigeria was 96.8% in 2008, followed by 47.90% in 2007
and the least among the period was 43.2% in 2006. Top on the list among the States were Abia,
Adamawa, Anambra, Akwa Ibom, Benue, Borno, Delta, Ebonyi, Ekiti, Enugu, Gombe, Imo, Kano,
Kogi, Kwara, Lagos, Nasarawa, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Oyo, Plateau, Sokoto, Yobe and FCT which
recorded 100% each. The least among the State was Zamfara. With 68.8 per cent.

Table 4.22a shows reported cases of Tuberculosis in Nigeria (2004-2008). The total number of all
cases detected increased throughout the period. It rose from 59,943 in 2004 to 90,311 (about 34%) in
2008. The total new smear positive cases detected followed the same pattern. The average treatment
success rate was 0.8%.

Table 4.22b shows reported cases of Leprosy in Nigeria (2000-2008). There was a downward trend
from 7128 in 2007 to 5243 in 2003. It decreased to 5034 (about 0.02%) in 2004. However, in 2005, it
rose from 5034 to 7808 (about 55%) in 2006. MB(%) reached its peak in 2007 with 89.9%.

Table 4.23 shows malaria cases in Nigeria from 2004-2008. It dropped from 3,247,241 in 2004 to
3,183,072 (about 2%) in 2005, and rose to 3,547,830 (about 11%) in 2006. However, in 2007 it
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dropped to 2,934,174 (about 41%) in 2008. Lagos topped the list among the States in 2008 with
229,339 followed by Katsina which recorded 228,814. The least among the States was Gombe with
12,624.

Table 4.24 shows reported deaths from Malaria (2004-2008). There was fluctuation within the period.
In 2007, Malaria claimed the highest number of death recorded. It dropped from 6,090 in 2007 to
5,540 (about 9%) in 2008. Katsina topped the list among the States with 1,510 followed by Edo which
accounted for 1,203. The least among the States was Akwa Ibom with one (1)

Table 4.25 shows reported deaths from Malaria Anaemia severe (2004-2008). There was a steady
increase between 2004-2007 before it dropped to 317,534 (about 41%) in 2008. Kebbi topped the list
among the States with 42,359 followed by Kano which recorded 30,834 and Ekiti was the least with
340.

Table 4.26 shows cases of Malaria pregnant women 15+ (2004-2008). There was an upward trend
over the period considered except that it dropped in 2008. It decreased from 351,396 in 2007 to
229,512 (about 65%) in 2008. Kano topped the list among the States with 24,353 followed by Katsina
which recorded 17,826. The least among the States was Plateau with 120.

Table 4.27 shows death from Malaria/Anaemia severe (2004-2008). There was an upward trend over
the period considered. It rose from 2,565 in 2007 to 3,757 (about 46%) in 2008. Oyo topped the list
among the States with 2,019, followed by Kano which recorded 325. The least among the States was
Ebonyi with 2.

Table 4.28 shows reported death from Malaria pregnant women 15+ year (2004-2008). It dropped
from 216 in 2004 to 177 (about 18%) in 2005, and rose to 191 (about 0.8%) in 2006. However, in
2008 it dropped from 1,634 in 2007 to 294 (about 82%). Katsina topped the list among the States with
87, followed by Yobe which accounted for 51 and the least were Bauchi, Benue, Kaduna, Kogi, Ogun
and Rivers with one (1) each.

Table 4.31 shows percentage distribution of children (one year or less) by type of immunisation
received, 2008. At National level vitamin A was the highest type of immunisation received with
43.9%, followed by OPV3 which recorded 13.7%. The least was measles with 0.8%.

Table 4.32 shows percentage distribution of persons aged 15 years and above by method of family
used and sector, 2008. At National level Condom was mostly used which accounted for 41.10%,
followed by Abstinence with 24.10%. The least was Doude with 0.10%. Urban sector used more
condom than rural sector, while Abstinence was practised more in rural sector.

Table 4.33 shows percentage distribution of deaths in the last 12 months by sex of deceased 2008.
Male died more (55.6%) than female (44.4%). On the male, Lagos topped the list among the States
with 100%, followed by Enugu which recorded 75% and the least was Benue with 14.3%. In terms of
female, Osun topped the list among the States with 63.6%, followed by Delta which recorded 62.5%
and the least was Niger with 12.5%.

Table 4.35 shows percentage distribution of birth in the last 12 months by State sector and weight
(kg). The highest number of birth fall in the 3-3.99kg with 47.5%, followed by 2-2.99(kg) which
accounted for 44.5%. Imo topped the list among States in the 3-3.99(kg) with 88%, followed by Ogun
which recorded 76%, the least among the States was Borno with 1.3%.

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TABLE 4.1: HEALTH MANPOWER SITUATION IN NIGERIA, 2004- 2008
HUMAN RESOURCES 2004 2005 2006 2007
`Registered Medical Practitioners na na na 55,376
Nigerian na na na 52,408
Non- Nigerian na na na 2,968
Registered Dental Practitioners na na 2,571 2,571
Nigerian na na 2,356 2,356
Non- Nigerian na na 215 215
Optometrists 805 847 na 1,415
Nigerian 803 845 na na
Non- Nigerian 2 2 na na
Registered Midwives 1,754 2,138 1,838 90,489
Registered Nurses 3,430 3,284 4,182 128,918
Registered Psychiatric Nurses na na na na
Dispensing Opticians 5 5 na na
Registered Nurses na na na na
Registered Public Health Nurse Tutors na na na na
Registered Public Health Nurses 112 132 69 na

Registered Nurses Nurse Administrator 22 16 7 1,228


Registered Nurse Anesthetists 34 27 48 517
Newly Admitted Student Comm, Midwives na na na na
Medical Record Officers na na na na
Radiographers na na na 840
Physiotherapists na na na 1,473
Dental Technologists na na na 505
Public Health Nursing Officer na na na na
Pharmacists Council na na na 13,199
Psychiatric Nurses 220 207 250 6,005
Paediatricians 63 73 na 226
Nurse Educators 41 65 41 2,102
Midwife Educators 22 16 18 716
Orthopaedic Nurses 55 55 49 721
Ophthalmic Nurses na na na 418
Peri -Operative Nurses 112 141 202 1,794
Nurse Anaesthetists 34 27 48 517
Accident and Emergency Nurses 97 115 na 656
Nurses Administrators 22 16 7 1,228
Public Health Nurse 112 132 69 4,308
Occupational Therapists na na 10 29
Public Health Nurse Educators na 1 4 162
Total 8,144 11,984 373,360
7,745
Source:Federal Ministry of Health,Abuja/ Nursing and Midfery Council of Nigeria, Lagos.
Note: na = Not Available

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TABLE 4.1a SELECTED HEALTH MANPOWER SITUATION IN THE STATE, 2008
STATE HEALTH MANPOWER
MEDICAL DENTIST NURSES * MIDWIVES PHARMACIS OPTOMITRI
DOCTOR TS STS
Abia 28 2 414 na 16 na
Adamawa 57 3 986 na 21 na
Akwa Ibom 112 6 1,686 na 34 4
Anambra 113 na 560 na 71 na
Bauchi 310 na na na na na
Bayelsa 160 8 1,316 na 16 2
Benue na na na na na na
Borno 54 4 204 na 36 2
C/River na na na na na na
Delta na na na na na na
Ebonyi na na na na na na
Edo * 170 596 na 36 na
Ekiti 169 20 1,019 na 35 na
Enugu 67 na 824 na na na
Gombe 295 21 1,255 na 92 na
Imo 91 3 na na 22 15
Jigawa na na na na na na
Kaduna 158 77 468 na na na
Kano na na na na na na
Katsina 191 na 951 na 92 na
Kebbi na na na na na na
Kogi 66 na 1,049 na 38 na
Kwara 42 10 625 na 16 1
Lagos na na na na na na
Nassarawa 224 32 694 na 67 27
Niger 127 13 3,370 na na na
Ogun 325 na 1,741 na 224 na
Ondo 135 14 835 na 44 6
Osun na na na na na na
Oyo 945 95 3,443 na 166 na
Plateau na na na na na na
Rivers 247 na 1,903 na 92 na
Sokoto 32 na 276 na 4 na
Taraba 58 13 846 na 96 1
Yobe 59 na 710 na na na
Zamfara na na na na na na
FCT 305 6 815 na 82 9
GRAND 4,512 327 20,640 na 1,229 67
TOTAL
Source:State Ministry of Health.
* Edo figures are from the 34state Govt.hospitals only.

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TABLE 4.2a: PROJECTED HIV POPULATION BY STATES 2002-2008
STATE 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Abia 63,810 70,525 74,796 79,137 87,778 96,146 60,668
Adamawa 110,300 144,861 114,622 83,094 120,532 128,137 97,235
Anambra 163,171 137,237 147,648 158,274 125,557 111,500 119,942
Akwa Ibom 93,892 72,431 77,710 83,094 62,876 52,672 202,017
Bauchi 105,742 91,491 79,652 67,266 67,455 59,052, 106,341
Bayelsa 102,096 76,243 75,767 75,180 59,302 47,376 47,867
Benue 207,838 177,264 187,475 197,843 155,317 135,541 265,634
Borno 70,191 60,994 66,053 71,223 61,968 59,081 78,150
C/River 182,314 228,728 175,818 120,684 180,806 189,057 121,076
Delta 98,450 95,303 84,509 73,202 77,152 72,941 94,654
Ebonyi 97,538 85,773 87,423 89,029 66,410 54,268 55,457
Edo 91,157 81,961 86,452 91,008 81,283 77,926 90,688
Ekiti 47,402 38,121 34,969 31,655 26,054 20,139 21,520
Enugu 92,069 93,397 110,736 128,598 131,903 176,794 98,901
Gombe 136,735 129,613 113,650 96,943 104,131 98,201 72,619
Imo 67,456 59,088 67,996 77,159 56,033 49,280 90,261
Jigawa 34,640 38,121 36,912 35,612 40,077 42,407 46,031
Kaduna 105,742 114,364 112,679 110,792 113,664 114,507 227,743
Kano 72,014 78,149 72,853 67,266 72,982 74,159 186,954
Katsina 57,429 53,370 53,425 53,417 54,010 54,053, 92,101
Kebbi 59,252 47,652 63,139 79,137 67,787 69,505 63,122
Kogi 103,919 108,646 108,794 108,813 116,686 122,145 98,901
Kwara 63,810 51,464 53,425 55,396 46,827 41,986 37,179
Lagos 74,749 89,585 77,710 65,288 70,903 69,470 223,425
Nassarawa 133,089 123,894 128,221 132,554 114,327 106,629 83,099
Niger 104,831 133,425 119,479 104,857 129,005 138,268 127,518
Ogun 45,578 28,591 49,540 71,223 56,013 58,092 55,723
Ondo 82,041 43,840 53,425 63,310 36,841 23,344 55,604
Osun 50,136 22,873 31,084 39,569 12,965 41 33,181
Oyo 73,837 74,337 55,368 35,612 40,343 32,159 83,370
Plateau 134,912 120,082 108,794 96,943 91,784 80,963 78,153
Rivers 130,354 125,801 116,565 106,835 119,567 120,840 168,079
Sokoto 66,545 85,773 74,796 63,310 85,261 93,583 78,651
Taraba 111,212 114,364 117,536 120,684 127,533 134,034 73,812
Yobe 66,545 72,431 72,853 73,202 85,836 93,933 41,859
Zamfara 61,987 62,900 61,196 59,353 63,914 65,766 54,587
FCT 169,552 160,110 142,792 124,641 127,972 119,054 61,965
Nigeria 3,532,335 3,392,802 3,295,862 3,191,203 3,138,854 3,083,007 3,594,087
Source: National Agency for the Control of AIDS/HIV,(NACA), Abuja

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TABLE4.2b HIV/AIDS PREVALENCE RATE IN NIGERIA, 2001,2003 ,2005& 2008
STATE 2001 2003 2005 2008
Abia 3.3 3.7 4.0 5.0
Adamawa 4.5 7.6 4.2 6.8
Anambra 10.7 7.2 4.2 5.6
Akwa Ibom 6.5 3.8 8.0 9.7
Bauchi 6.8 4.8 3.4 3.1
Bayelsa 7.2 4.0 3.8 7.2
Benue 13.5 9.3 10.0 10.6
Borno 4.5 3.2 3.6 2.0
C/River 8.0 12.0 6.1 8.0
Delta 5.8 5.0 3.7 3.7
Ebonyi 6.2 4.5 4.5 2.8
Edo 5.7 4.3 4.6 5.2
Ekiti 3.2 2.0 1.6 1.0
Enugu 5.2 4.9 6.5 5.8
Gombe 8.2 6.8 4.9 4.0
Imo 4.3 3.1 3.9 4.6
Jigawa 1.8 2.0 1.8 1.6
Kaduna 5.6 6.0 5.6 7.0
Kano 3.8 4.1 3.4 2.2
Katsina 3.5 2.8 2.7 2.6
Kebbi 4.0 2.5 4.0 2.9
Kogi 5.7 5.7 5.5 5.1
Kwara 4.3 2.7 2.8 1.8
Lagos 3.5 4.7 3.3 5.1
Nassarawa 8.1 6.5 6.7 10.0
Niger 4.5 7.0 5.3 6.2
Ogun 3.5 1.5 3.6 1.7
Ondo 6.7 2.3 3.2 2.4
Osun 4.3 1.2 2.0 1.2
Oyo 4.2 3.9 1.8 2.2
Plateau 8.5 6.3 4.9 2.6
Rivers 7.7 6.6 5.4 7.3
Sokoto 2.8 4.5 3.2 6.0
Taraba 6.2 6.0 6.1 5.2
Yobe 3.5 3.8 3.7 2.7
Zamfara 3.5 3.3 3.0 2.1
FCT 10.2 8.4 6.3 9.9
Aggregate 4.6 4.8 11.4 4.6
Source: National Agency for the Control of AIDS/HIV(NACA), Abuja

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TABLE4.3 : HEALTH CARE FACILITIES BY OWNERSHIP AND STATE 2004
STATE PRIMARY SECONDARY TERTIARY TOTAL
PUBLIC PRIVATE PUBLIC PRIVATE PUBLIC PRIVATE PUBLIC PRIVATE
Abia 221 500 12 13 2 na 235 513
Adamawa 232 86 14 na 1 na 247 86
Akwa Ibom 344 1 45 148 1 na 390 149
Anambra 167 125 35 533 2 na 204 658
Bauchi 648 2 17 na 1 na 666 2
Bayelsa 142 na 10 6 1 na 153 6
Benue 531 583 20 35 1 na 552 618
Borno 388 13 34 17 2 na 424 30
C/River 406 72 21 43 2 na 429 115
Delta 259 248 25 11 1 na 285 259
Ebonyi 30 6 17 44 2 na 49 50
Edo 254 63 34 315 4 na 292 378
Ekiti 152 93 15 18 1 na 168 111
Enugu 176 327 10 200 3 na 189 527
Gombe 197 34 13 2 1 na 211 36
Imo 220 368 14 302 1 na 235 670
Jigawa 412 na 11 na 1 na 424 na
Kaduna 813 331 11 2 3 na 827 333
Kano 637 na 27 15 2 na 666 15
Katsina 719 1 1 na 1 na 721 1
Kebbi 529 2 14 24 1 na 544 26
Kogi 722 10 83 88 1 na 806 98
Kwara 329 173 41 22 1 na 371 195
Lagos 386 625 30 164 4 na 420 789
Nassarawa 329 354 8 19 2 na 339 373
Niger 718 104 18 17 1 na 737 121
Ogun 397 131 52 88 3 na 452 219
Ondo 331 118 24 160 1 na 356 278
Osun 467 202 53 129 2 na 522 331
Oyo 501 746 19 6 1 1 521 753
Plateau 471 436 29 11 1 na 501 447
Rivers 260 368 31 10 1 na 292 378
Sokoto 359 32 12 3 2 na 373 35
Taraba 413 194 2 1 1 na 416 195
Yobe 249 4 11 na 1 na 261 4
Zamfara 294 na 24 10 1 na 319 10
FCT na 223 8 2 2 na 10 225
GRAND TOTAL
13,703 6,575 845 2,458 59 1 14,607 9,034
Source:Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja.
Note: na = Not Available

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TABLE4.4: HEALTH CARE FACILITIES POPULATION RATIO BY STATE 2000
STATE 2000Mid-Yr Pop Rotio of POPto HF Primary Ratio of PHC to
Health Care POP
Abia 2,444,367 3,268

Adamawa 2,677,365 8,039 318 8,418

Akwa Ibom 3,073,839 5,703 345 8,910

Anambra 3,539,524 4,106 292 12,122

Bauchi 3,613,276 5,409 650 5,559

Bayelsa 1,637,072 10,296 142 11,529

Benue 3,734,415 3,192 1,114 3,352

Borno 3,381,863 7,449 401 8,434

C/River 2,528,352 4,648 478 5,289

Delta 3,309,153 6,083 507 6,527

Ebonyi 1,818,486 18,369 36 50,514

Edo 2,813,461 4,199 317 8,875

Ekiti 1,961,504 7,030 245 8,006

Enugu 2,766,296 3,864 503 5,500

Gombe 1,912,199 7,742 231 8,278

Imo 3,361,185 3,714 588 5,716

Jigawa 3,686,201 8,694 412 8,947

Kaduna 5,127,340 4,420 1,144 4,482

Kano 7,340,509 10,779 637 11,524

Katsina 5,052,011 6,997 720 7,017

Kebbi 2,739,140 4,806 531 7,804

Kogi 3,065,449 3,391 732 4,188

Kwara 2,070,254 3,658 502 4,124

Lagos 7,330,123 6,063 1,011 7,250

Nassarawa 1,756,130 2,466 683 2,571

Niger 3,258,145 3,797 822 3,964

Ogun 2,902,118 4,325 528 5,496

Ondo 2,973,010 4,689 449 6,621

Osun 2,914,475 3,417 669 4,356

Oyo 4,471,452 3,513 1,247 3,586

Plateau 2,714,373 2,863 907 2,993

Rivers 4,243,331 6,333 628 6,757

Sokoto 2,992,224 7,334 391 7,651

Taraba 2,006,694 3,284 607 3,306

Yobe 2,023,695 7,637 253 7,999

Zamfara 2,240,731 6,811 294 7,622

FCT 493,265 2,099 223 2,212

GRAND TOTAL 115,973,027 4,829 20,278 5,629

Source:Federal Ministry of Health Abuja.

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TABLE4.5 HEALTH CARE FACILITIES POPULATION RATIO BY STATE 2004
STATE 2004Mid-Yr Total Health Ratio of POP to Primary Health Ratio of PHC
Pop facilities HF Care to POP
Abia 2,751,156 748 3,678 721 3,816
Adamawa 3,013,043 333 9,048 318 9,475
Akwa Ibom 3,459,633 539 6,419 345 10,028
Anambra 3,983,766 862 4,622 292 13,643
Bauchi 1,842,544 668 2,758 650 2,835
Bayelsa 4,066,774 159 25,577 142 28,639
Benue 4,203,117 1,170 3,592 1,114 3,773
Borno 3,806,316 454 8,384 401 9,492
C/River 2,845,682 544 5,231 478 5,953
Delta 3,724,481 544 6,846 507 7,346
Ebonyi 2,046,721 99 20,674 36 56,853
Edo 3,166,575 670 4,726 317 9,989
Ekiti 2,207,690 279 7,913 245 9,011
Enugu 3,113,479 716 4,348 503 6,190
Gombe 2,152,197 247 8,713 231 9,317
Imo 3,783,043 905 4,180 588 6,434
Jigawa 4,148,852 424 9,785 412 10,070
Kaduna 5,770,867 1,160 4,975 1,144 5,044
Kano 8,261,808 681 12,132 637 12,970
Katsina 5,686,083 722 7,875 720 7,897
Kebbi 3,082,926 570 5,409 531 5,806
Kogi 3,450,190 904 3,817 732 4,713
Kwara 2,330,089 566 4,117 502 4,642
Lagos 8,250,118 1,209 6,824 1,011 8,160
Nassarawa 1,976,540 712 2,776 683 2,894
Niger 3,667,071 858 4,274 822 4,461
Ogun 3,266,360 671 4,868 528 6,186
Ondo 3,346,149 634 5,278 449 7,452
Osun 3,280,267 853 3,846 669 4,903
Oyo 5,032,658 1,273 3,953 1,247 4,036
Plateau 3,055,051 948 3,223 907 3,368
Rivers 4,775,906 670 7,128 628 7,605
Sokoto 3,367,774 408 8,254 391 8,613
Taraba 2,258,552 611 3,696 607 3,721
Yobe 2,277,687 265 8,595 253 9,003
Zamfara 2,521,963 329 7,666 294 8,578
FCT 555,175 235 2,362 223 2,490
GRAND TOTAL 130,528,303 23,640 5,521 20,278 6,436
Source: Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja

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TABLE 4.6 REPORTED CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES 2002-2008
TYPE OF DISEASEPERIOD PERIOD

2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

ACUTE FLACCID PARALYSIS 12 81 134 na na


153 284
CHOLERA 23,441 11,933 13,522 12,194 17,854
10,785 20,526
CHICKEN POX 23,743 11,283 6,944 na na na na

VIRAL HEM FEVER (LASSA na 31 51 88 31 43 na


FEVER)
YELLLOW FEVER na na 2 na na na na

SMALL POX na na na na na na na

TYPHUS (LOUSE BORNE) na na na na na na na

RELAPSING FEVER na na na na na na na

MENINGITIS(CSM) 4,168 17,028 4,823 2,749 5,443 3,547 na

VIRAL INFLUENZA na na na na na na na

DIARHOEA (N) 793,580 673,692 732,728 682,828 800,611 1,069,133 893,482

DIARHOEA (SWB) 424,021 291,474 339,775 362,183 313,575 4424,668 395,443

ACUTE POLIOMYLITIS 2,860 411 335 196 1,541 na na

DRACUNCULIASIS(G WORM) 2,588 1,234 2,206 153 36 1 na

PARALYTIC POLIOMYLITIS na na na na na

PERTUSSIS 43,391 19,540 18,052 14,924 17,141 21,580 13,240

ANTHRAX (HUMAN) na na na na na na na

MEASLES 87,941 141,633 82,227 149,561 12,925 65,804


22,218
DIPTHERIA 2,486 2,122 1,400 na na na na

HEPATITIS 9,451 8,894 7,104 13,609 6,419 5,239 Na

LEPROSY na 12,829 3,709 1,857 na


2,455 2,582
LYMPATHATIC FILARIASIS na na 6,922 3,726
9,333 16,355
TRIPANOMIASIS(S. SICKNESS) 619 837 7,104 na Na
5,548 6,419
RABIES (HUMAN) 82 29 1 na na Na na

TYPHOID AND PARATYPHOID 104,154 77,850 39,337 na na na Na

WHOOPING COUGH 43,391 16,893 6,412 na na Na na

INFECTIOUS YAWS na na na na na na Na

SNAKE BITE 2,826 1,807 1,142 na na na na

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LASSA FEVER 55 31 51 na na na na

FOOD POISONING 27,248 16,106 11,598 na na

MALARIA 2,710,407 2,631,696 3,109,166 4,481,725 5,307,553


3,183,27 3,547,830
2
DYSENTARY (ALL TYPES) na na na na na na na

PNEUMONIA 330,515 201,964 269,327 374,191 364,331


269,017 268,929
TUBERCULOSIS 15,460 28,643 23,382 31,264 32,882
22,582 34,506
TETANUS(O) 4,739 4,779 3,509 na na na na

TETANUS(N) 1,337 1,424 959 na na na na

LEPROSY 6,333 1,931 1,192 1,846 1,478


3,709 25,821
OPTHALAMIASIS NEONATORIUM 5,497 2,571 835 na na na Na

GONNORRHOEA 38,817 20,643 9,408 na na Na na

SYPHILLIS na na na na na na Na

TRACHOMA 21,513 19,731 15,284 na na na na

MALE URETHRAL DISCHARGE na 4,433 3,958 75,175 Na


7,983 8,290
FILARIASIS 11,534 13,583 6,922 7,577 16,355 3,726 na

ONCHOCERCIASIS(R.BLDNESS) 5,976 3,842 3,743 9,407 7,050


3,728 6,161
VAGINAL DISCHARGE na 3,472 22,279 56,101 Na
45,354 40,267
SCHISTOMIASIS 14,381 7,653 4,282 na na na na

NEW HIV/AIDS CASES 7,052 1,342 17,723 44,018 47,365


16,095 21,454
ALL 4,726,227 3,509,575 4,771,541 6,587,628 7,146,482
4,820,49 5,170,144
6
Source: Federal Ministry of Health ,Abuja
na: not available

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TABLE 4.6a REPORTED CASES OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES, 2008.
STATE SELECTED DISEASES
CHOLE DIARH DIARHOE MALARIA PNEUM TUBER TETANU GONO FILARI HIV?
RA OEA(S A ONIA CULOS S(N) RRHO ASIS AIDS
WB) (DYSENT IS EA
RY)
Abia na na na na na na na na na na
Adamawa na na 15,779 236,432 23,031 2,112 na na na 1,155
AkwaIbom na 2 720 22,055 691 411 17 3 na 882
Anambra 20 5,215 340 26,259 2,199 31 na na na 97
Bauchi na na na na na na na na na na
Bayelsa 498 1,091 223,996 1,672 104 88 na na 386
Benue na na na na na na na na na na
Borno na 7,944 12,646 27,393 7,795 738 384 978 na 399
C/River 1 9,320 1,161 85,142 7,129 406 24 na 23 1,106
Delta na na na na na na na na na na
Ebonyi 2 1,128 4,124 28,681 3,874 199 4 210 55 329
Edo 32 5,704 795 119,057 2,801 1,092 28 na na 4,613
Ekiti na 870 559 85,443 1,743 1,039 5 na na 1,542
Enugu 49 9,575 2,573 81,893 4,421 2,578 7 812 na 3,425
Gombe 1,829 19,171 4,644 21,442 2,260 702 10 554 na 385
Imo 4 5 3 15,276 96 na na na na na
Jigawa na na na na na na na na na na
Kaduna 126 3,652 894 88,878 12,512 2,600 42 2 6 1,883
Kano na na 67,872 426,941 15,147 597 32 7,691 na 253
Katsina na na na na na na na na na na
Kebbi na na na na na na na na na na
Kogi na 3,966 5,823 na 2,596 1,638 na na na 718
Kwara 1,321 19,347 5,035 162,141 5,405 2,726 131 5,022 199 640
Lagos 252 na na 298,660 a 19,933 na 993 na 1,972
Nassarawa 138 4,225 5,457 164,507 9,423 13,079 114 na 788 8,642
Niger 2,304 35,721 7,921 77,301 7,251 621 4 1,705 27 374
Ogun na 28,253 1,368 182,862 4,277 2,204 10 na na 2,749
Ondo 97 2,055 na 201,044 1,440 735 50 53 na 1,569
Osun na na na na na na na na na na
Oyo na na na na na na na na na na
Plateau na na na na na na na na na na
Rivers 137 644 195 16,036 1,039 470 na 288 * na 618
Sokoto 125 5,197 3,235 16,656 3,007 584 15 258 46 484
Taraba na 51,800 34,171 164,033 22,067 848 26 35 na 1,283
Yobe na 11,409 5,390 82,199 5,100 997 na na na na
Zamfara na na na na na na na na na na
FCT 4 8,411 1,401 65,440 4,295 966 5 na na 3,006
GRAND 6,330 188,868 182,887 2,755,733 151,271 57,410 882 18,604 1,144 37,048
TOTAL
Source:State Ministry of Health.
* Tetanus(N) &Tetanus(O) number are combined
* Gonnorrhoea & Opthalamiasis Neonatorium number are combined
* Gonnorrhoea &,Syphilis, Herpes are combined

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TABLE4.7: REPORTED CASES OF DEATHS FROM NOTIFIABLE DISEASES,2002-2008

TYPE OF DISEASE 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008


CHOLERA 478 112 149 284 387 180 429
CHICKEN POX 31 9 na na na na Na
YELLLOW FEVER na na na na na na Na
SMALL POX na na na na na Na na
TYPHUS (LOUSE BORNE) na na na na na na Na
RELAPSING FEVER na na na na na Na na
MENINGGITIS(CSM) 395 2,194 363 154 397 299 na
VIRAL INFLUENZA 0 0 240 19 15 na Na
DIARHOEA (N) 2,311 2,368 2,116 4,190 2,093 2,454 2,098
DIARHOEA (SWB) 815 694 815 762 604 1,007 Na
ACUTE POLIOMYLITIS 1 1 na na na Na na
DRACUNCULIASIS(G WORM) na na na na na na Na
PARALYTIC POLIOMYLITIS na na na na na Na na
ANTHRAX (HUMAN) na na na na na na Na
MEASLES 1,311 2,562 1,204 3,648 225 194 1,670
DIPTHERIA 24 21 16 na na Na na
HEPATITIS 105 123 102 98 65 51 Na
TRIPANOMIASIS(S. SICKNESS) na na na na na Na na
RABIES (HUMAN) 1 na na na na na Na
TYPHOID AND PARATYPHOID 824 457 284 na na Na na
WHOOPING COUGH na na na na na na Na
INFECTIOUS YAWS na na na na na Na na
SNAKE BITE 164 161 103 na na na Na
VRAL HEM FEVER (LASSA FEVER) 9 18 24 19 15 20 Na
FOOD POISONING 366 341 213 na na Na na
MALARIA 4,072 4,057 6,052 6,495 6,586 10,506 Na
DYSENTARY (ALL TYPES) na na na na na Na na
PNEUMONIA 1,324 1,132 1,227 849 907 1,123 1,428
TUBERCULOSIS 245 698 283 241 163 245 1,562
TETANUS(O) 212 180 111 na na na Na
TETANUS(N) 129 124 108 na 1 Na na
LEPROSY 4 17 1 0 1 2 Na
OPTHALAMIASIS NEONATORIUM 59 61 41 na na Na na
GONNORRHOEA 14 11 na na na na Na
SYPHILLIS na 3 1 na na Na na
TRACHOMA 1 na na na na na Na
FILARIASIS 35 28 na 1 5 2 Na
ONCHOCERCIASIS(R.BLDNESS) 1 na 4 1 1 na na
SCHISTOMIASIS 2 27 9 na na
HIV/AIDS 371 406 641 491 404 740 925
ALL 13,304 15,767 14,107 17,236 11,854 16,821 8,112
Source: Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja

Note: na = Not Available

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TABLE 4.7a REPORTED DEATHS OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES, 2008.
STATE CHOLERA DIARHOEA (N) DIARHOEA (SWB) MALARIA PNEUMONIA

Abia na na na na na
Adamawa na na 50 669 74

Akwa Ibom na na 9 23 13

Anambra na 3,807 13,187 100,065 9,322


Bauchi na na na na na

Bayelsa 18 6 4 43 2

Benue na na na na na
Borno na na na na na

C/River na 24 7 204 21

Delta na na na na na
Ebonyi na 3 na 6 na

Edo na na na 9

Ekiti na na na na na
Enugu na 21 na 49 10

Gombe 5 na na 23

Imo na na na 10 na
Jigawa na na na na na

Kaduna 4 215 38 292 86

Kano 6 154 38 473 19


Katsina na na na na na

Kebbi na na na na na

Kogi na na na na na
Kwara 4 39 3 8 12

Lagos na na na na na

Nassarawa 18 26 15 332 40
Niger 114 na 7 341 7

Ogun na na 5 34 15

Ondo na 11 na 65 53
Osun na na na na na

Oyo na na na na na

Plateau na na na na na
Rivers na na na na na

Sokoto na 15 10 132 13

Taraba na 95 17 272 53
Yobe na 84 8 651 56

Zamfara na na na na na

FCT na 9 1 33 11
GRAND TOTAL 169 4,509 31,681 103,602 9,839

Source:State Ministry of Health.

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TABLE 4.7a cont. REPORTED DEATHS OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES, 2008.
STATE TUBERCULO TETANUS(N) GONORRHOEA FILARIASIS HIV?AIDS
SIS
Abia na na na na na

Adamawa na na na na 72

Akwa Ibom 2 14 na 2

Anambra 886 16 1,444 na 36,779

Bauchi na na na na na

Bayelsa 1 27 na na 17

Benue na na na na na

Borno na na na na na

C/River 38 2 na na 208

Delta na na na na na

Ebonyi 2 1 na na 9

Edo 24 1 na na 49

Ekiti na na na na na

Enugu 2 na na na 62

Gombe na na na na 10

Imo na na na na 11

Jigawa na na na na na

Kaduna 38 14 na na 145

Kano 27 12 na na 15

Katsina na na na na na

Kebbi na na na na na

Kogi na na na na na

Kwara 9 6 na na 4

Lagos na na na na na

Nassarawa 54 na na na 143

Niger 2 na na 41

Ogun 18 2 na na 18

Ondo 19 na na na 25

Osun na na na na na

Oyo na na na na na

Plateau na na na na na

Rivers na na na na na

Sokoto 27 1 na na 29

Taraba 11 11 na na 77

Yobe 24 na na na 19

Zamfara na na na na na

FCT 10 na na na 80

GRAND TOTAL 1,192 109 1,444 na 37,815

Source: ”State Ministry of Health.

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TABLE4.8.1: TOTAL NUMBER OF REGISTERED COMPANIES BY NAFDAC 2001-2006
LICENCES BY PERIOD
TYPE 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
Applications 1,544 1,853 4,609 6,545 4,994
Received
NEW/Number 2,148 2,964 4,306 5,468 5,194
Granted
Number 2 27 58 180 26
Withdrawned
Number Denied na na 100 23 35
Imported Fake/Sub 34 217 176 273 470
Std/Drug
Impounded
Source: NAFDAC HQTRS, Abuja.

TABLE4.8.2 NUMBER OF REGISTERED PRODUCTS BY NAFDAC 2001-2008


PRODUCT PERIOD
2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
FOOD
IMPORTED 347 174 181 210 172 254 312 414
LOCAL 127 373 408 822 817 1152 1,108 1,189
TOTAL 474 547 589 1,032 989 1406 1,420 1,603
DRUGS
IMPORTED 317 187 2,062 2,571 1,563 1246 1,358 1,231
LOCAL 191 250 378 510 576 752 893 455
TOTAL 508 437 2,440 3,081 2,139 1998 2,251 1,686
COSMETICS
IMPORTED 105 9 343 268 56 145 96 153
LOCAL 160 82 329 516 246 794 571 548
TOTAL 265 91 672 784 302 939 667 701
MEDICAL SERVICES
IMPORTED 35 6 33 128 94 146 112 101
LOCAL 4 1 1 5 1 29 19 11
TOTAL 39 7 34 133 95 175 131 112
PRE PACKAGED WATER

IMPORTED na na na na na na na
LOCAL 258 771 874 1,515 1,469 1687 1,479 1,904
TOTAL 258 771 874 1,515 1,469 1687 1,479 1,904
GRAND TOTAL 1,544 1,853 4,609 6,545 4,994 6205 5,938 6006
Source: NAFDAC HQTRS, Abuja.

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TABLE 4.8.3: NUMBER OF COMPLETED APPLICATION FORMS RECEIVED 2002-2008
PRODUCT YEAR
2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
FOOD
IMPORTED 45 40 210 172 216 352 418
LOCAL 1,444 246 822 817 420 386 1,200
TOTAL 1,489 286 1,032 989 636 738 1,618
DRUGS
IMPORTED 63 108 2,571 1,563 2,507 2,273 4,252
LOCAL 62 141 510 576 842 1,027 458
TOTAL 125 249 3,081 2,139 3,349 3,300 4,710
COSMETICS
IMPORTED 31 34 268 56 98 70 455
LOCAL 30 53 516 246 527 867 468
TOTAL 61 87 784 302 625 437 923
MEDICAL SERVICES
IMPORTED na 20 128 94 126 141 101
LOCAL 1 6 5 1 16 13 11
TOTAL 1 26 133 95 142 154 112
PRE PACKAGE WATER

IMPORTED 5 8 na na na na na
LOCAL 5 7 1,515 1,469 653 496 1,906
TOTAL 3,362 15 1,515 1,515 653 496 1,906
GRAND TOTAL 5,038 663 6,545 5,040 5,405 5,125 9269
Source: NAFDAC HQTRS, Abuja.
Note: na = Not Available

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TABLE4.9: PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN CURRENTLY ON FAMILY PLANNING 2001 - 2005
STATE 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Abia 7.21 7.17 8.29 9.73 11.28


Adamawa 0.67 0.63 0.82 0.85 0.53
Anambra 12.91 11.11 9.53 12.71 15.41
Akwa Ibom 3.93 3.04 3.03 7.06 4.83
Bauchi 0.41 0.73 0.84 1.23 1.11
Bayelsa 8.84 10.29 9.03 11.40 13.61
Benue 9.18 5.67 5.08 6.36 6.24
Borno 0.46 0.72 0.64 0.95 0.72
C/River 2.14 4.94 5.29 5.34 5.64
Delta 10.58 9.47 8.52 101.10 11.81
Ebonyi 8.35 7.58 6.99 6.99 7.49
Edo 11.92 16.21 11.66 15.80 11.03
Ekiti 9.01 9.01 9.01 9.01 9.01
Enugu 8.25 7.83 7.50 7.49 8.21
Gombe 0.34 0.72 1.11 0.58 1.07
Imo 6.87 8.70 7.19 8.24 6.77
Jigawa 0.05 0.12 0.44 0.12 0.19
Kaduna 0.62 1.32 1.79 1.03 1.95
Kano 0.58 0.37 0.51 0.53 0.61
Katsina 0.00 0.27 0.32 0.04 1.90
Kebbi 1.97 1.15 1.58 1.11 4.51
Kogi 0.00 1.91 1.94 3.33 2.24
Kwara 5.57 7.43 7.44 7.00 5.75
Lagos 4.89 5.75 8.42 9.29 10.71
Nassarawa 2.14 2.31 2.60 2.60 2.60
Niger 1.17 1.38 1.37 2.12 2.32
Ogun 8.06 7.60 6.80 8.23 8.02
Ondo 9.99 7.48 9.89 8.81 8.76
Osun 15.64 14.52 11.94 12.34 12.65
Oyo 5.04 5.05 3.71 9.52 7.19
Plateau 3.10 3.23 3.82 5.01 3.64
Rivers 1.87 4.02 1.86 2.25 6.82
Sokoto 0.56 0.73 0.97 0.75 0.62
Taraba 0.64 0.70 0.69 1.66 1.89
Yobe 0.68 0.24 0.15 0.30 0.31
Zamfara 0.62 0.48 0.56 0.52 0.47
FCT 4.77 5.76 5.40 4.80 5.29
Nigeria 4.45 4.56 4.41 5.31 5.11

Soure: General household Survey, NBS, Abuja.

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TABLE4.10: PERCENTAGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN RECEIVING ANTI-TETANUS INJECTION BY
STATE 2002-2008
STATE 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Abia 60.12 66.14 58.07 75.60 88.20 100.0

Adamawa 79.71 69.22 43.01 76.50 87.20 93.9

Anambra 79.48 76.88 136.67 53.80 92.30 100.0

Akwa Ibom 61.21 70.89 86.11 75.00 100.00 88.9

Bauchi 45.45 44.85 57.69 24.50 30.30 79.7

Bayelsa 41.62 36.80 80.84 57.90 71.40 44.4

Benue 15.92 25.08 32.99 78.40 72.20 100.0

Borno 27.51 27.13 87.08 56.00 77.30 100.0

C/River 33.55 31.45 65.00 75.00 75.00 91.7

Delta 36.72 43.31 48.25 57.10 66.70 85.7

Ebonyi 45.31 44.62 81.67 55.80 93.50 87.9

Edo 36.99 32.51 65.79 44.40 72.20 8.3

Ekiti 45.94 48.91 88.74 85.70 93.80 100.0

Enugu 53.66 50.99 83.33 85.70 75.00 85.7

Gombe 23.03 20.04 51.79 64.40 100.00 90.7

Imo 40.94 47.08 66.67 70.80 96.70 72.7

Jigawa 18.54 12.95 16.50 21.30 70.80 86.4

Kaduna 33.35 24.75 59.24 85.30 85.70 75.0

Kano 16.09 19.84 23.21 51.70 65.00 67.5

Katsina 17.75 16.32 33.33 8.00 63.60 75.0

Kebbi 4.73 7.33 8.33 9.10 62.50 74.2

Kogi 24.66 23.54 44.44 48.00 28.60 100.0

Kwara 56.11 60.96 88.10 76.50 92.30 77.8

Lagos 17.50 35.94 100.00 63.60 100.00 85.7

Nassarawa 45.13 50.64 71.96 55.70 70.60 92.6

Niger 32.68 35.86 45.10 84.30 61.40 98.6

Ogun 34.38 31.29 66.67 60.00 100.00 100.0

Ondo 40.03 36.44 50.00 64.30 83.30 63.6

Osun 51.84 61.38 123.48 91.70 93.80 90.9

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Oyo 42.28 30.85 34.50 87.50 83.30 90.9

Plateau 57.57 65.42 98.81 64.30 81.00 86.7

Rivers 49.68 42.15 96.67 53.30 92.30 91.7

Sokoto 6.23 3.98 15.46 11.80 77.40 95.5

Taraba 20.93 17.37 51.09 43.40 6.05 97.6

Yobe 28.18 33.40 74.63 27.50 33.30 100.0

Zamfara 17.21 18.69 45.05 16.70 86.70 68.8

FCT 47.22 53.06 106.38 76.20 79.20 81.8

Nigeria 31.74 31.93 57.54 52.2 75.10 86.6

Sources: General Household Survey, NBS/CBN Socio- Economic Survey on Nigeria, 2008, Abuja.

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TABLE4.11: PERCENTAGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN REGISTERED WITH CLINICS BY STATE, 2001-
2008
STATE 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Abia 61.68 65.12 68.18 95.00 94.10 100.0
Adamawa 44.21 28.06 41.69 68.40 65.50 100.0
Anambra 91.38 77.50 89.32 58.80 75.00 100.0
Akwa Ibom 58.56 75.86 68.27 84.60 75.00 100.0
Bauchi 60.54 56.02 96.60 23.90 31.00 98.3
Bayelsa 67.85 67.01 72.40 52.60 26.10 88.9
Benue 50.76 55.19 64.84 64.00 57.10 100.0
Borno 62.47 45.76 42.13 35.40 43.90 100.0
C/River 64.05 55.76 57.82 75.00 41.20 91.7
Delta 72.20 67.57 52.47 39.10 32.40 100.0
Ebonyi 73.82 65.33 67.52 64.60 85.00 100.0
Edo 46.43 82.50 65.03 42.90 65.40 75.0
Ekiti 67.77 46.43 46.43 76.50 80.00 100.0
Enugu 19.77 61.57 62.08 86.20 62.50 100.0
Gombe 53.03 21.39 19.01 53.80 19.00 100.0
Imo 20.88 53.15 45.73 85.70 9.06 100.0
Jigawa 67.08 21.99 14.32 13.40 69.00 95.5
Kaduna 18.66 59.95 64.53 64.70 58.30 97.2
Kano 17.26 20.80 23.70 56.30 55.00 100.0
Katsina 9.55 11.82 12.25 2.50 14.90 87.5
Kebbi 28.65 6.09 3.74 4.80 8.00 97.0
Kogi 71.46 32.24 39.30 96.20 72.20 100.0
Kwara 52.50 82.50 75.94 66.70 61.90 100.0
Lagos 60.71 68.75 51.63 81.80 93.30 100.0
Nassarawa 59.04 61.05 64.95 55.30 63.30 100.0
Niger 32.82 66.48 68.26 75.40 40.20 98.6
Ogun 42.54 38.81 43.47 90.90 95.00 100.0
Ondo 891.50 35.00 43.07 62.50 92.30 100.0
Osun 43.75 86.19 84.36 73.30 88.90 100.0
Oyo 30.95 46.88 31.25 71.00 85.70 100.0
Plateau 72.80 55.61 61.65 60.70 55.60 100.0
Rivers 69.12 76.27 86.99 64.70 75.00 83.3
Sokoto 7.64 13.66 16.98 6.00 43.30 100.0
Taraba 21.09 28.85 25.01 50.00 61.10 97.6
Yobe 32.89 31.54 34.82 18.70 5.40 100.0
Zamfara 14.36 21.25 20.99 16.70 17.60 68.8
FCT 74.04 65.81 60.60 68.00 53.30 100.0
Nigeria 43.79 44.13 45.62 43.2 47.90 96.8
Sources: General household Survey, NBS/CBN Socio- Economic Survey on Nigeria, 2008, Abuja.

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TABLE4.12: CRUDE DEATH RATE BY STATE 2001-2005
STATE 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005

Abia 1.43 1.24 1.36 0.92 0.75

Adamawa 2.57 1.74 2.24 2.47 2.76

Anambra 1.11 2.05 1.21 1.60 0.51

Akwa Ibom 0.41 1.09 0.27 0.38 0.27

Bauchi 1.96 2.78 2.18 2.60 2.36


Bayelsa 1.60 1.69 1.88 1.59 2.59

Benue 2.35 3.50 2.27 3.32 2.43

Borno 0.98 2.54 0.96 1.91 2.77


C/River 1.62 1.13 2.03 1.23 2.85

Delta 1.19 0.57 1.25 1.08 0.57

Ebonyi 1.83 2.47 1.87 2.17 1.06

Edo 0.87 0.52 0.70 1.09 0.94

Ekiti 0.35 0.42 0.38 0.47 0.65

Enugu 1.19 1.46 1.53 1.82 0.77


Gombe 1.47 2.39 1.32 1.95 2.63

Imo 2.46 3.49 2.22 2.53 1.35

Jigawa 1.96 2.24 1.69 1.99 2.48


Kaduna 1.91 1.42 1.97 1.70 3.32

Kano 5.51 3.85 4.66 4.48 5.42

Katsina 3.59 2.52 3.03 2.89 2.71

Kebbi 0.07 1.14 0.13 1.24 2.88

Kogi 1.05 0.90 0.84 1.80 0.99

Kwara 0.74 0.85 0.50 0.85 0.93


Lagos 0.00 0.15 0.00 0.00 0.00

Nassarawa 0.20 0.85 0.65 1.00 1.33

Niger 0.28 0.79 0.51 0.58 0.02


Ogun 0.58 1.21 0.39 0.73 0.39

Ondo 0.22 0.24 0.44 0.57 0.50

Osun 0.48 0.59 0.32 0.37 0.80

Oyo 0.73 0.39 0.68 0.78 0.39

Plateau 0.96 0.91 0.80 1.43 2.64

Rivers 1.59 2.26 1.73 1.96 2.34


Sokoto 0.74 0.52 1.24 2.39 0.12

Taraba 1.61 2.16 1.82 1.36 1.34

Yobe 0.50 1.11 0.40 0.97 0.30


Zamfara 0.62 0.82 0.82 1.68 0.21

FCT 0.49 0.65 0.56 1.19 1.00

Nigeria 1.70 1.69 1.59 1.93 1.78

Source: General Household Survey, NBS, Abuja.

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TABLE 4.13: PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN MARRIED BEFORE 15 YEARS OLD 2001-2005
STATE 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
Abia 38.27 35.89 33.05 29.31 17.40
Adamawa 36.19 32.31 27.34 23.39 16.22
Anambra 39.30 40.75 37.93 30.24 21.66
Akwa Ibom 34.08 32.75 30.52 25.38 15.55
Bauchi 38.83 35.44 31.60 32.30 22.51
Bayelsa 35.27 40.06 37.08 27.71 20.65
Benue 26.58 26.98 26.99 23.74 14.81
Borno 28.87 28.25 28.07 20.23 13.93
C/River 30.21 39.80 35.27 25.55 20.28
Delta 31.40 34.51 33.81 36.15 19.08
Ebonyi 38.27 40.96 39.50 31.16 21.81
Edo 36.81 33.02 28.27 26.34 13.69
Ekiti 26.48 24.71 25.69 20.09 12.87
Enugu 37.25 41.17 41.06 32.08 21.96
Gombe 41.15 43.18 40.52 36.53 24.00
Imo 38.54 40.64 36.14 30.71 20.75
Jigawa 33.83 36.47 30.91 31.58 20.89
Kaduna 31.72 25.86 25.09 20.93 13.14
Kano 48.47 49.89 50.14 41.47 27.11
Katsina 43.89 46.49 38.68 34.71 22.03
Kebbi 36.27 42.67 51.04 60.77 23.86
Kogi 29.39 27.02 26.68 22.08 15.71
Kwara 25.62 21.28 22.41 19.20 11.97
Lagos 36.57 35.70 34.10 27.26 17.63
Nassarawa 24.35 27.75 27.66 17.12 9.54
Niger 12.88 14.74 15.57 11.40 8.80
Ogun 24.90 25.16 22.26 18.03 11.62
Ondo 29.89 27.40 29.32 22.75 15.23
Osun 23.08 22.02 22.07 17.43 10.51
Oyo 24.21 23.93 22.11 18.97 11.75
Plateau 26.30 25.24 24.92 20.32 11.36
Rivers 40.34 40.32 38.89 29.87 21.03
Sokoto 29.34 30.03 27.49 25.15 19.47
Taraba 23.72 21.41 19.50 13.22 8.30
Yobe 22.38 23.71 25.05 26.25 16.07
Zamfara 26.53 25.72 23.49 19.18 13.88
FCT 35.83 40.76 39.76 22.84 10.28
Nigeria 33.73 34.18 33.30 26.64 17.74

Source: General Household Survey, NBS, Abuja.

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TABLE4.14a :ANNUAL STUDENT ENROLMENT INTO PROFESSIONAL HEALTH PROGRAMMES, 2002 -
2006
YEAR MEDICI PHARMACY NURSE MIDWIVES RADIOGR HEALTH DENT DENT OPTOMET
NE S APHERS RECORD TECH. AL RISTS
OFFICERS THER
APIST
S
2002 na
26,360 5,727 5,075 2,138 77 564 38 137
2003 na na na
22,088 4,913 2,355 90 40 369
2004 na na na
4,483 3,089 90 762 36 364
2005 na na na na
4,078 2,960 924 32 445
2006 na na na na
1,880 1,189 1,244 46 306
Source: Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available

TABLE 4.14b: GRADUATION INTO THE PROFESSIONS BY YEAR,2002-2006.


YEAR PROFESSION
MEDICINE PHARMAC NURSES/ RADIOG COMMUNITY HEALTH DENT DENTAL OPTOM
Y MIDWIVES RAPHER HEALTH RECORD TECH. THERAPISTS ETRIST
S PRACTITION OFFICERS S
ERS

2002 na 39
2,300 517 3,138 8 9,322 97 106
2003 na na 40
2,300 242 3,199 23 7,112 129
2004 na 34
2,300 249 3,419 15 6,382 123 33
2005 na 36
2,300 717 3,272 18 6,624 94 61
2006 na na na 39
2,300 534 8,505 339 124
Source: Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available

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TABLE 4:15 NIGERIA BASIC DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS
INDICATORS ESTIMATED/ SIZE

AREA 923968 Square Kilometres

POPULATION 140million

NUMBER OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREAS 774

CRUDE BIRTH RATE 40.6 per 1000

RATE OF NATURAL INCREASE 45 per 1000

POPULATION DOUBLING TIME 23Years

LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH 52years (1992)

LITERACY RATE 69.3% (2007}

PER CAPITAL GNP (USD) 290

FOOD ENERGY INTAKE Adult Equivalent 2100 cals2900 cals

POVERTY INCIDENCE 65.6(1996); 54.4 (2004)

POPULATION IN POVERTY 67.11million(1996);68.70(2004)

UNDER- FIVE MORTALITY RATE 137 per 100000 live births

RELIGION IN NIGERIA CHRISTIAN 47%.4,MUSLIM 49.4%AND OTHERS 3.5%

SOURCES: Multiple Indicators Cluster Survey (MICS),1999/Poverty Profile & Nat Pop Commission

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TABLE 4.16 HEALTH INDICATORS FOR NIGERIA 2005
INDICATORS ESTIMATED SIZE

TOTAL FERTILITY RATE 5.7(2008)

INFANT MORTALITY RATE 75/1000(2008)

MATERNAL MORTALITY RATE 704/100000

CHILDREN PROTECTED AGAINST NEO- 85.60%


NATALTETANUS

BIRTH WEIGHT 500g AND ABOVE 83%

PERCENTAGE OF UNDER FIVE 36%


MALNURISHED

COMPLETE IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE 27%


BEFORE FIRST BIRTHDAY(URBAN)

COMPLETE IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE 10%


BEFORE FIRST BIRTHDAY(RURAL)

DELIVERY BY TRAINED ATTENDANT 39%

ACCESS TO SAFE WATER (URBAN) 75.7%(MICS 2007)

ACCESS TO SAFE WATER(RURAL) 37%

EXCRETA DISPOSAL (URBAN) 70%

EXCRETA DISPOSAL (RURAL) 31.0%

BREASTFEEDING RATE( URBAN)12-15 73%(MICS 2007)


MONTHS

BREASTFEEDING RATE(RURAL)12-15 79.4%(MICS 2007)


MONTHS

SOURCES:NBS- (i) Multiple Indicators Cluster Survey, 2007


(ii) National Demographic Health Survey, 2008

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TABLE 4.17: CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES
(DIARRHOEA,WATERY WITHOUT BLOOD 2003-2005
STATE 2003 2004 2005
Abia 2,165 1,434 na
Adamawa 20540 10,571 na
Akwa Ibom 2,535 2,706 808
Anambra 7,236 na na
Bauchi 23,693 4,704 10,478
Bayelsa 6,652 3,962 na
Benue 1,237 na na
Borno 29,388 19,959 26,507
Cross River 2,539 5,288 4,869
Delta 12,660 16,144 na
Ebonyi 5,423 5,050 na
Edo 8,969 9,957 982
Ekiti na 2,378 474
Enugu 5,833 na na
Gombe 5,028 19,762 20,191
Imo 5,360 4,270 na
Jigawa 9,302 na na
Kaduna 3,948 na na
Kano 163,237 90,947 na
Katsina 15,331 na na
Kebbi 19,285 na na
Kogi 8,027 4,621 na
Kwara 2,404 11,171 9,702
Lagos 28,095 na na
Nassarawa 4,087 na na
Niger 7,527 na na
Ogun na na na
Ondo 5,503 5,806 4,525
Osun 9,618 10,677 11,439
Oyo 13,642 8,911 1,738
Plateau 2,656 583 na
Rivers 16,283 14,224 1,739
Sokoto 4,042 na na
Taraba 16,866 24,473 28,536
Yobe 12,401 15,334 na
Zamfara 17,458 na na
FCT 8,013 na na
TOTAL 506,983 292,932 121,988
Source:Federal Ministry of Water Resouces Survey, Abuja
Note: na = Not available

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TABLE 4.18: CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES (CHOLERA), 2003 - 2005
STATE 2003 2004 2005
Abia 9 na 678
Adamawa 28 na na
Akwa Ibom 6 na 117
Anambra 6 na 894
Bauchi 328 215 462
Bayelsa 179 52 393
Benue 2 na 442
Borno na na 16
Cross River 4 13 3,187
Delta 8 139 131
Ebonyi 382 139 2,437
Edo 23 94 9,410
Ekiti na 38 2,768
Enugu 3 na 5,755
Gombe 16 113 235
Imo na na 2,874
Jigawa na na 1,579
Kaduna na na 4,011
Kano 207 154 12,341
Katsina 1,079 na 20,802
Kebbi na na 1,413
Kogi 7 na 1,350
Kwara na 272 182
Lagos 89 na 176
Nassarawa 92 na 952
Niger na na 551
Ogun na na 148
Ondo 12 2 325
Osun 16 30 2,196
Oyo na 157 2,768
Plateau 9 na 62
Rivers 79 132 1,680
Sokoto na na 7,507
Taraba 6 5 na
Yobe na na na
Zamfara na na 5,749
FCT 8 na 60
TOTAL 2,598 1,555 93,651

Source: Federal Ministry of Water Resources Survey, Abuja

na = Not Available

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TABLE 4.19 CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES (DIARRHOEA,WATERY WITH BLOOD), 2003-2005.
STATE 2003 2004 2005
Abia 459 1,734 na
Adamawa 9651 4,160 na
Akwa Ibom 1,269 1,108 328
Anambra 2,726 na na
Bauchi 12,418 4,704 5,526
Bayelsa 1,816 1,472 na
Benue 8,367 na na
Borno 13,876 10,890 8,522
Cross River 179 702 735
Delta 6,946 7,716 0
Ebonyi 1,793 782 0
Edo 3,668 2,704 237
Ekiti na 864 88
Enugu 2,260 na na
Gombe 2,987 10,888 11,638
Imo 1,145 548 na
Jigawa 6,739 na na
Kaduna 2,173 na na
Kano 49,912 48,932 na
Katsina 15,331 na na
Kebbi 11,261 na na
Kogi 4,299 2,930 na
Kwara 1,282 4,237 3,027
Lagos 2,211 na na
Nassarawa 2,801 na na
Niger 3,913 na na
Ogun na na na
Ondo 2,680 1,966 1,434
Osun 2,033 2,137 2,438
Oyo 2,188 1,939 466
Plateau 859 238 na
Rivers 4,524 4,493 na
Sokoto 2,029 na na
Taraba 10,984 10,867 19,418
Yobe 8,850 8,638 na
Zamfara 10,873 na na
FCT 3,173 na na
TOTAL 217,675 134,649 53,857
Source:Federal Ministry of Water Resources Survey, Abuja

na = Not Available

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TABLE 4.20: CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES SCHISTOSOMIASIS 2003-2005
STATE 2003 2004 2005
Abia na na 113
Adamawa 124 na na
Akwa Ibom na na 59
Anambra 6 na 430
Bauchi 110 70 146
Bayelsa 1 5 na
Benue 940 na 868
Borno 4,074 na 165
Cross River na na na
Delta na 1 15
Ebonyi 81 na 660
Edo 25 na 455
Ekiti na 10 1,484
Enugu 3 na 2,596
Gombe na 2 na
Imo 1 na 1,075
Jigawa na na 4,578
Kaduna na na 2,649
Kano 10 67 7,163
Katsina 63 na 5,767
Kebbi na na 631
Kogi na 1 1,742
Kwara 4 278 274
Lagos 33 na 1
Nassarawa 218 na 1,476
Niger 29 na 684
Ogun na na 857
Ondo 1,412 627 527
Osun 45 51 644
Oyo 25 6 1,107
Plateau 8 3 542
Rivers na na 20
Sokoto na na 4,816
Taraba 380 657 1,019
Yobe 11 73 na
Zamfara 9 na 1,506
FCT 38 na 175
TOTAL 7,650 1,851 44,244
Source:Federal Ministry of Water Resources Survey, Abuja
na = Not Available

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TABLE4.21 CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES (TYPHOD FEVER), 2003 -2005

STATE 2003 2004 2005


Abia 966 34 5,196
Adamawa 559 95 na
Akwa Ibom 230 61 2,344
Anambra 2,755 na 11,276
Bauchi 1,431 920 1,035
Bayelsa 1,669 1,037 1,130
Benue 980 na 3,430
Borno 9,588 8,265 2,288
Cross River 280 1,037 2,309
Delta 1,092 5,808 6,740
Ebonyi 888 252 4,220
Edo 2,813 4,658 21,108
Ekiti na 35 10,432
Enugu 1,537 na 45,211
Gombe 75 27 1,439
Imo 7,050 33 34,755
Jigawa 291 na 6,446
Kaduna 544 na 52,331
Kano 3,538 na 36,652
Katsina 1,576 na 44,702
Kebbi 982 na 5,288
Kogi 5,422 4,678 18,728
Kwara 181 129 4,711
Lagos 19,347 na 1,597
Nassarawa 3,040 na 17,527
Niger 90 na 7,636
Ogun na na 1,621
Ondo 843 1,161 3,635
Osun 110 611 5,270
Oyo 484 444 10,432
Plateau 272 35 8,359
Rivers 3,473 2,489 8,883
Sokoto na na 18,883
Taraba 1,607 1,703 7,074
Yobe 1,734 1,122 na
Zamfara 121 na 12,814
FCT 2,282 na 1,560
TOTAL 77,850 34,634 427,062
Source: Federal Mininstry of Water Resources Survey, Abuja
na = Not Available

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TABLE4.22a : REPORTED CASES OF TUBERCULOSIS IN NIGERIA 2004 - 2008
CASES PERIOD
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008

Total number of all cases 59,943 86,241 90,311


detected 66,897 73,854

Total New Smear Positive 31,385 44,016 46,026


Cases detected 35,080 39,903

Case Detection Rate(%) 0.3 0.3 30.3 31.0 30.5

Treatment Success Rate(%) 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8

Source: Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja.

TABLE4.22b REPORTED CASES OF LEPROSY IN NIGERIA 2000 -2008


END OF YEAR REPORTE NEW PREVALEN CDR/10 CHILDRE DISABLE MB(%
D CASES CASES CE ,000 N D(%) )
DETECT RATE/10,000 AFFECT
ED POP ED (%)
2000 0.5 na 9.9 12.3 82.9
7,128 6,672
2001 0.5 0.5 10.1 11.9 84.6
6,609 5,981
2002 0.4 0.4 9.3 11.7 83.3
5,690 5,078
2003 0.4 0.4 8.2 11.8 83.6
5,243 4,799
2004 0.3 0.4 10 12.5 87.3
5,348 5,270
2005 0.3 0.4 9.4 11.7 86.67
5,034 5,014
2006 0.6 0.4 10.3 12.2 87.2
7,803 4,861
2007 na na na na 11.6 89.8
4,665
2008 na na 0.3 10.8 14 87.7
4,899
Source: Federal Ministry of Health,Abuja.

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TABLE4.23: MALARIA CASES IN NIGERIA FOR THE YEARS, 2004 - 2008
STATE 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
Abia 29,646 21,348 31,094 19,759 39,471
Adamawa 22,536 43,335 72,702 105,966 67,196
Akwa Ibom 35,398 59,031 81,237 76,839 64,290
Anambra 73,445 75,958 94,353 71,241 57,813
Bauchi 21,931 45,594 66,527 43,453 32,747
Bayelsa 32,989 23,715 35,677 35,945 24,258
Benue 49,081 59,586 57,534 49,185 38,225
Borno 22,759 34,250 50,496 57,734 21,609
C/River 26,628 21,288 29,073 57,964 44,580
Delta 142,523 157,372 102,266 130,969 114,234
Ebonyi 20,844 20,610 13,978 14,382 19,818
Edo 108,000 77,144 95,829 96,652 80,452
Ekiti 20,280 49,198 91,345 60,821 82,173
Enugu 68,725 224,178 60,997 56,827 59,686
Gombe 52,740 53,256 36,889 25,563 12,624
Imo 68,755 61,776 78,897 645,345 54,602
Jigawa 40,320 na 11,862 45,856 24,842
Kaduna 89,170 177,608 141,254 143,372 171,179
Kano 274,589 na 288,030 565,232 232,366
Katsina 332,485 274,443 387,389 401,338 228,814
Kebbi 162,735 281,764 163,217 272,135 130,072
Kogi 52,214 64,291 62,324 84,308 56,515
Kwara 45,084 51,694 8,894 132,725 109,613
Lagos 308,936 139,488 254,120 348,621 249,339
Nassarawa 23,447 21,483 35,036 53,223 18,204
Niger 63,364 113,696 113,577 77,571 50,172
Ogun 137,473 139,561 153,742 132,044 105,911
Ondo 128,012 137,047 109,599 142,537 19,724
Osun 391,333 377,344 321,520 268,683 124,114
Oyo 73,684 18,613 74,334 210,721 224,536
Plateau 3,796 34,142 44,670 41,668 23,893
Rivers 94,659 62,501 74,768 81,529 133,300
Sokoto 77,439 107,281 73,308 72,410 46,714
Taraba 41,057 82,352 57,598 205,787 77,551
Yobe 34,734 36,109 41,476 34,428 21,595
Zamfara 38,072 3,133 78,773 23,470 20,055
FCT 38,358 32,883 53,445 60,528 51,887
GRAND TOTAL 3,247,241 3,183,072 3,547,830 4,948,838 2,934,174
Source: Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja
Note: na = Not Available

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TABLE4.24 REPORTED DEATHS FROM MALARIA, 2002 - 2007
STATE 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
Abia Na na 27 36 41 23
Adamawa Na 75 34 49 107 248
Akwa bom Na 18 29 7 13 1
Anambra Na 27 9 55 29 24
Bauchi Na 222 84 422 361 335
Bayelsa 13 31 48 51 46 74
Benue 105 41 34 28 16 46
Borno 539 536 402 223 241 419

C/River Na na 64 98 74 137
Delta 19 236 361 144 76 127

Ebonyi 44 57 39 25 16 na
Edo 71 33 54 55 56 60

Ekiti Na na 2 38 19 7
Enugu 15 18 33 7 8 10
Gombe 102 20 143 132 51 59
Imo 74 171 185 99 146 53

Jigawa 214 125 135 na na 229


Kaduna 263 119 74 62 14 3
Kano 772 1,401 347 na 429 372
Katsina 283 258 1,044 1,087 1,296 2,049
Kebbi 311 817 695 690 319 336
Kogi Na 26 10 4 na 5
Kwara Na na na na 1 17
Lagos 45 64 43 20 37 72
Nassarawa Na na 34 9 13 na
Niger 27 27 18 116 26 58
Ogun Na na na 30 18 26
Ondo 7 12 9 59 44 28
Osun 1 1 8 na 3 na
Oyo Na na na na 18 42
Plateau 3 2 na 281 81 na
Rivers 45 36 29 56 49 37
Sokoto 77 20 111 192 156 16
Taraba 265 80 30 185 364 608
Yobe 121 146 698 978 708 466
Zamfara 443 279 182 9 316 85
FCT 13 5 11 24 14 18
GRAND 3874 4,894 5,099 5,244 5,206 6,090
TOTAL
Source: Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja.
na = Not Available

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TABLE4.25 REPORTED CASES OF MALARIA/ANEMIE SEVERE 2003-2007
STATE 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
Abia na 2522 1155 269 3532
Adamawa na na 5134 17361 13569
Akwa Ibom na 142 4975 5029 4204
Anambra na 142 11520 7262 9118
Bauchi na na na 7244 12928
Bayelsa na 7902 13159 21878 62118
Benue na 6358 5992 5928 6999
Borno na na na 3939 3934
C/River na na 538 2065 1674
Delta na 6046 29748 15141 11899
Ebonyi na 223 1272 2386 2366
Edo na na 14134 14868 17872
Ekiti na na 334 512 499
Enugu 2866 7498 9281 4070 1888
Gombe na na na na 3284
Imo na 2695 na na 3265
Jigawa 769 3617 na 12132 10636
Kaduna 184 2651 32273 21551 16656
Kano na na na na 124017
Katsina 18 na na na 21242
Kebbi 8414 29520 44200 37078 56848
Kogi na 5041 4420 10960 5581
Kwara na na na 261 2210
Lagos na 55609 2605 22312 31580
Nassarawa na 3929 5012 7012 13647
Niger 4239 8274 5905 9642 4771
Ogun na na 5783 1131 777
Ondo na na 629 2566 3421
Osun na na na 83 4043
Oyo na na na na 23601
Plateau na na 2192 5169 4378
Rivers na 2279 5889 8130 6796
Sokoto 636 10739 16152 7193 9891
Taraba na na na 1288 24425
Yobe na na na 7757 2452
Zamfara 2377 3448 455 7757 2656
FCT na 4165 3313 2398 5056
TOTAL 19,503 162,800 226,070 272,372 533,833
Source: Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja.
Note: na = Not available

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TABLE4.26 REPORTED CASES ON MALARIA PREGNANT WOMEN 15+ 2003-2007
STATE 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
Abia na 1,939 2,735 3,118 2707
Adamawa na na 2,353 6,600 7298
Akwa Ibom na 456 3,264 7,658 6927
Anambra 82 4,303 3,808 3,453 3845
Bauchi na na na 1,866 2835
Bayelsa na 2,220 4,329 6,451 7238
Benue na 2,612 4,272 4,781 5593
Borno na na 132 3,435 5826
C/River na na 439 889 1434
Delta na 1,164 14,930 10,839 11900
Ebonyi na 127 2,079 2,066 1890
Edo na na 4,187 6,892 8595
Ekiti na na 743 1,211 765
Enugu 1,726 3,585 5,413 2,230 1230
Gombe na na na na 2753
Imo na 1,403 2,686 5,875 6068
Jigawa 138 1,287 na 5,214 10447
Kaduna 430 1,025 6,705 4,249 8226
Kano na na na na 40271
Katsina 792 12,283 11,930 16,149 49343
Kebbi 5,205 10,637 18,001 15,885 49607
Kogi na 791 3,656 6,283 5920
Kwara na na na 728 8827
Lagos na 9,679 4,803 11,173 13802
Nassarawa na 2,114 3,275 6,072 8752
Niger 1,739 3,568 5,827 6,338 8752
Ogun na na 7,439 8,428 7308
Ondo na na 1,764 4,319 5741
Osun na na na 271 6736
Oyo na na na na 17350
Plateau na na 464 2,549 1647
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