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

iii

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

iv
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:

38

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF REFUSE DISPOSAL FACILITY, 2007

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:

43

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF HOUSING UNIT, 2008.

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

55

TABLE 3.1a

NATIONAL SUMMARY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL STATISTICS 2004-2008.
NATIONAL SUMMARY OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STATISTICS, 2004-2008.

TABLE 3.2 :

NUMBER OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA, 2004 – 2008.

55
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.

TABLE 3.5 Cont'd :

QUALITY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, 2006.

60
61

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

62

TABLE 3.6

63

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

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:

72

TABLE 3.9 e :
TABLE 3.10:
TABLE 3.10:
TABLE3.11a:

TOTAL ENROLMENT IN JUNIOR SECONDARY, 2006-2008.
TOTAL ENROLMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY, 2006-2008.
SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, SEX, AND QUALIFICATION, 2005.
SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, SEX, AND QUALIFICATION, 2005.
STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE 2003.

73
74
75
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:
TABLE 3.11f:

STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE 2007.
STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2008.

82
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:

104

TABLE 3.14:

NUMBER OF NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS BY STATE, 2004 - 2008
NUMBER OF NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS PUPILS BY STATE, 2004 - 2008

TABLE 3.15: NUMBER OF NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, 2004 - 2008

105
106

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TABLE 3.16

NATIONAL SUMMARY OF NOMADIC SCHOOL STATISTICS, 2004-2008

TABLE 3.17

TOTAL STUDENT ENROLMENT IN NIGERIAN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION BY INSTITUTION
AND SEX, 2003/2004-2007/2008

TABLE 3.18

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

TABLE 3.19

TABLE 3.19

107

108

110

DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF IN COLLEGES OF
EDUCATION BY FUNCTION AND SEX, 2004/2005

112

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

129

SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2003/2004

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

141

SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2000/2001

TABLE 3.25a cont.
TABLE 3.25b
TABLE 3.25c

SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2000/2001

SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2001/2002
SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2002/2003

142
144
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
TABLE 3.30
TABLE 3.31b

STUDENT /TEACHER RATIO IN FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES, (2001-2006) 163
ACADEMIC STAFF BY INSTITUTION AND GRADE FOR FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES, (2001- 2005)
GRADUATE OUTPUT BY POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA 2000/2001 -- 2004/2005

164
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

168

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

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

170

TABLE3.34b:

171

TABLE 3.35

DISTRIBUTION OF CORPS MEMBER BY DISCIPLINE, 2004-2008
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:
TABLE4.5
TABLE 4.6

HEALTH CARE FACILITIES POPULATION RATIO BY STATE 2000
HEALTH CARE FACILITIES POPULATION RATIO BY STATE 2004
REPORTED CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES 2002-2008

184
185
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:

192

TABLE4.8.2

TOTAL NUMBER OF REGISTERED COMPANIES BY NAFDAC 2001-2006
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:

198

TABLE 4.13:

CRUDE DEATH RATE BY STATE 2001-2005
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

201

TABLE 4.16

NIGERIA BASIC DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS
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 :
TABLE4.22b

REPORTED CASES OF TUBERCULOSIS IN NIGERIA
REPORTED CASES OF LEPROSY IN NIGERIA 2000 -2008

2004 - 2008

208
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

TABLE4.26 REPORTED CASES ON MALARIA PREGNANT WOMEN 15+

2003-2007

211
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:

216

INFANT IMMUNIZIATION BY STATE AND YEAR 2003-2005

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.

TABLE4.35: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF BIRTH IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS BY STATE SECTOR AND
WEIGHT(KG), 2008.
TABLE 5.1

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF UNEMPLOYED AND UNDER-EMPLOYED BY STATE
AND GENDER, 2005

221

222

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
TABLE 5.4a
COMPARISON OF UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY STATE, 2006-2008

228
229

TABLE 5.5

SUMMARY OF INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES, 2002-2007

230

WORK STOPPAGES BY INDUSTRY, 2002- 2007

230

TABLER 5.6
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
TABLE 5.10

EMPLOYMENT IN CROP FARMING BY SEX AND CATEGORY OF WORKER,,2001/2002.(000)
EMPLOYMENT IN CROP FARMING BY SEX AND CATEGORY OF WORKER: 2002/2003 ('000)

232
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

TABLE5.15:
TABLE 6.1:

UNEMPLOYMEMT RATES BY STATE 2003 - 2008.
SUMMARY OF ROAD ACCIDENTS IN NIGERIA SHOWING NUMBER OF REPORTED CASES
AND PERSONS INVOLVED, 2002-2007

237
238

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:

246

TOTAL NUMBER OF REPORTED CASES OF ROAD ACCIDENTS IN NIGERIA BY STATE, 2002-2007

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

247

TABLE6.5a

248

INMATE POPULATION AND RECIDIVISM, 2001-2005

TABLE6.5b

PRISON ADMISSIONS BY AGE GROUP, 2004-2008

TABLE6.5c

PRISON ADMISSION BY TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT, 2004-2008

TABLE6.5d

PRISON ADMISSION CLASSIFIED BY RELIGION (2004-2008)

248
249
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.
TABLE 6.8b:

TABLE 6.9:

TOTAL NUMBER OF CASES ADJOURNED AT THE INSTANCE OF COURT IN NIGERIA
BY STATE, 2002 - 2007

253

254

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:

260

TABLE 6.14

PRISON CAPACITY BY STATE, 2002 - 2008
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

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 6.17: cont.

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 :

277

TABLE 7.2i:
TABLE 7.2j:
TABLE 7.2k:
TABLE 7.2l:

2006 FINALPOPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: BORNO
2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: CROSS RIVER
2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: DELTA
2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: EBONYI
2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA EDO

278
279
280
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:

291

2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: NASSARAWA

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

292

TABLE 7.2aa:

293

2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: OGUN

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

293

TABLE 7.2ac :

294

2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: OSUN

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 :

299

2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: TARABA

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

299

TABLE 7.2aj :

300

2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: ZAMFARA

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

302

DISTRIBUTION OF DISABILITY BY TYPES,SEX AND STATE, 2006.

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

305

TOTAL REGISTERED LIVE BIRTH BY BIRTH ORDER, 2007

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:

313

1999 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS VOTES CAST BY STATE

TABLE 8.2: 1999 SENATORIAL ELECTIONS, DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS WON BY EACH PARTY AND STATE
TABLE 8.3:

TABLE 8.4 :

1999 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES ELECTIONS: DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS WON BY EACH
PARTY AND STATE
2003 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS VOTE CAST BY STATE

314

316
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).
TABLE 8.7b:

DISTRIBUTION OF VOTES WON IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS BY EACH PARTY
AND STATE (2003)

321

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

TABLE8.7f

TABLE 8.8

DISTRIBUTION OF VOTES WON IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS BY EACH PARTY
AND STATE (2003) CONT'D
DISTRIBUTION OF SEATS WON IN THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS BY EACH PARTY
AND STATE (2003) CONT'D

326

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)
TABLE 8.9

325

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

328

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

TABLE 8.13

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

332

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:

347

NIPOST SERVICES 2004

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TABLE 9.1a:

POSTAL SERVICES 2005

TABLE 9.1b:

POSTAL SERVICES 2006

TABLE 9.1c:

POSTAL SERVICES 2007

TABLE 9.1d:

POSTAL SERVICES 2008

TABLE 9.2a

DISTRIBUTION OF NIPOST BOXES AND PMBS BY STATE 2005

348
349
350
351
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:

TABLE 9.4a:

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

356

TELECOMS SUBSRIBER INFORMATION TOTAL CONNECTED LINES AND
TELEDENSITY 2004-2008

357

TABLE 9.4b:

VOLUME AND VALUE OF CALLS/MESSAGES 2005

TABLE 9.4bcontd:

VOLUME AND VALUE OF CALLS/MESSAGES 2007

TABLE 9.5a

PRE- PAID CHARGES IN NAIRA (2006)

TABLE 9.5a Contd.

PRE- PAID CHARGES IN NAIRA (2006)

TABLE 9.5a Contd
TABLE 9.5a Contd

PRE- PAID CHARGES IN NAIRA (2006)

357
358
359
359
360

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

TABLE 9.7Cont'd

Subscriber and Industry Information 2008

TABLE 9.8 Cont'd

Total Traffic (Mobile)

TABLE 9.9Cont'd
TABLE10.1:

Total Number of Employees (Mobile) 2008
LENGTH OF FEDERAL ROADS IN THE STATES 2003 - 2006

364
364
364
366

TABLE10.1:

CONTD.

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:

371

TABLE10.4b:

LENGTH OF FEDERAL ROADS IN THE STATES 2003 - 2006

364

REPORTED TRAIN ACCIDENTS IN NIGERIA, 2001 - 2006
NIGERIAN RAILWAY CORPORATIONS COST OF OPERATION/INPUTS ,2003-2008.

367

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:

376

DISTANCE FROM STATE CAPITALS TO ABUJA

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

380

. MONTHLY GENERATION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2008

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

383

TABLE 11.2 Cont’d

MONTHLY DISTRIBUTION OF ENERGY IN MWH BY POWER STATIONS 2006
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

363

Total Traffic (Mobile)

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
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399

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%.

1

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.

2

TABLE 1.1:

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS IN THE HOUSEHOLDS BY
SEX, SIZE AND STATE (2004 - 2006)

STATE

2004
MALE

FEMALE

2005
Hhsize

MALE

FEMALE

2006
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:
STATE

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS IN THE HOUSEHOLDS BY SEX
,SIZE AND STATE (2007 - 2008)

MALE

2007
FEMALE

HhsiZe

Abia

47.3

52.7

3.2

Adamawa

51.4

48.6

Akwa Ibom

51.2

Anambra

2008
FEMALE

MALE

Hhsize
51.8
59.1

3.8

5.2

48.3
51.2

48.8

4.4

50.8

48.9

5.1

47.0

53.0

4.4

46.9

53.0

4.5

Bauchi

50.1

49.9

7.9

50.7

49.3

3.3

51.5
48.6

48.3
51.5

6.8

Bayelsa
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
River
Delta

50.0

50.0

3.8

50.9

49.0

4.1

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

Kaduna

52.1

47.9

5.6

50.2
52.1

49.7
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

51.9

48.1

5.4

54.4
52.3

45.9
47.9

5.0

Taraba
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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6.0

4.9

6.5

5.3

TABLE 1.2:
Household 
by Type 

POPULATION DISTRIBUTION BY TYPE OF HOUSEHOLD AND SEX (NATIONAL) , 2006.
Households 

 
Regular 

SEX
mf 

%m 

%f 

28,197,085

133,716,506

67,115,402

50.19

66,601,104 

49.81

382,880

5,013,486

3,260,584

65.04

1,752,902 

34.96

Homeless 
Household 

38,825

210,977

124,347

58.94

86,630 

41.06

Homeless 
Person 

47,674

189,069

145,578

77.00

43,491 

23.00

Nomadic 
HouseHold 

176,046

946,122

489,511

51.74

456,611 

48.26

TransientPerso
ns/Household 

22,932

133,070

84,546

63.53

48,524 

36.47

Fishing & 
Hunting 
Persons/House
hold 

35,050

222,560

125,520

56.40

97,040 

43.60

28,900,492

140,431,790

71,345,488

50.80

69,086,302 

49.20

Institutional/C
ensus 
Funtionaries 

Total 

Source;      National Population Commission,Abuja. 

 

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TABLE 1.3:

STATE

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

SPOUSE

CHILD

PARENT
S

OTHER
RELATIVE

DOMESTIC
WORKER

NOT
RELATE
D

TOTAL

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
Delta

21.5
24.6

13.3
14.0

56.9
51.1

0.3
0.5

7.7
9.4

0.3
0.2

0.0
0.2

100
100

Ebonyi
Ekiti

18.3
26.4

14.5
16.6

60.6
49.6

0.6
0.4

5.7
6.6

0.1
0.1

0.1
0.0

100
100

Enugu
Gombe

21.2
15.6

14.7
19.6

53.1
59.8

0.9
0.3

8.8
4.5

0.9
0.0

0.3
0.0

100
100

Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano

22.5
15.8
16.6
16.5

14.9
21.0
20.5
20.9

51.8
54.8
59.9
58.9

1.4
0.5
0.3
0.4

8.5
7.3
2.6
3.2

0.8
0.0
0.0
0.0

0.2
0.7
0.1
0.1

100
100
100
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
Nassarawa

24.0
17.2

17.5
20.4

50.5
59.4

0.2
0.2

7.6
2.7

0.1
0.1

0.1
0.1

100
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
Source: Core Welfare Indicators Questionnaire, 2006, NBS.

0.2

7.1

0.2

0.3

100

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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

140,431,790

71,345,488

69,086,302

Total
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
G
A
T
N
C
R
E
P

100

Osun
Kano
Imo

80

60
40
20
0
HEAD

SPOUSE

CHILD

PARENTS

OTHER
RELATIVE

DOMESTIC
WORKER

NOT
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
Abia  
Adamawa 

Male
10,775,280
734,105

Female
1,013,986
553,051

Total
2,089,266 
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 
Delta 
Ebonyi 
Edo 

953,240
1,419,177
607,913
1,096,149

849,366
1,284,626
545,088
973,302

1,802,606 
2,703,803
1,153,001
2,069,451

Ekiti 
Enugu 

914,656
1,095,655

877,622
1,076,831

1,792,278
2,172,486

Gombe 
Imo 

538,463
1,496,841

390,853
1,440,572

929,316
2,937,413

Jigawa 
Kaduna 

1,014,135
1,619,711

779,278
1,356,932

1,793,413
2,976,643

Kano 
Katsina 

2,701,175
1,503,104

1,899,636
1,216,800

4,600,811
2,719,904 

Kebbi 
Kogi 
Kwara 
Lagos 

506,633
987,628
627,636
3,634,349

316,203
883,616
539,436
3,209,650

822,836 
1,871,244 
1,167,072 
6,843,999 

441,859
740,034

340,875
517,630

782,734 
1,257,664 

Ogun 
Ondo 

1,218,209
1,192,117

1,138,043
1,101,163

2,356,252 
2,293,280 

Osun 
Oyo 

1,247,796
1,819,804

1,142,750
1,691,955

2,390,546 
3,511,759 

Plateau 
Rivers 

810,148
1,978,446

683,329
1,804,143

1,493,477 
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 

479,460
40,915,736

384,626
34,835,840

864,086 
75,751,576

Nasarawa 
Niger 

FCT Abuja  
National

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
past but Not
Now

12
1,136,306

974,283
445,377

422,740
422,381

217,384
119,673

300,808
157,912

280,942
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

2,088,400

559,745

430,644

110,484

145,157

229,837

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

Abia
Adamawa

Bauchi
Bayelsa

Attending
Primary

Attending Jss

Attending Sss

AttendingTertiary

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
Edo

501,338
494,196

430,453
984,937

345,495
467,244

128,489
211,247

175,622
266,516

205,841
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
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna

957,744
305,068
1,648,785
1,688,250

301,440
1,289,789
689,097
1,092,290

239,797
570,384
455,979
841,902

79,577
308,025
109,256
249,310

110,285
440,490
137,537
341,391

135,368
461,276
265,661
516,405

Kano
Katsina

2,896,331
1,843,433

1,686,716
989,452

1,217,553
722,027

298,156
194,630

407,528
235,691

707,664
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

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

Oyo

FCT Abuja
National

228,039

47,269

191,290

55,621

72,329

118,287

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
Male Head

Female Head

HH Size

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

STATE

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

10

2007
Male
Head

Femal
e
Head

2008
Male Head

Femal
e
Head

HH Size

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
Imo

16.9
8.6

33.1
22.1

23.5
28.3

15.6
12.1

7.8
15.1

1.1
4.2

2.1
9.5

Jigawa
Kaduna

12.7
14.6

32.9
33.4

21.3
25.4

18.0
16.4

9.8
7.6

2.2
1.2

3.2
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
Kogi

14.0
6.8

36.6
25.5

17.6
27.9

18.7
16.7

9.4
14.3

1.8
3.4

1.9
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
Total
13.1
28.2
24.6
17.1
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria, 2007.

7.7
10.4

1.9
2.4

1.2
4.1

11

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

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

Imo

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.

12

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
Anambra

11.7
12.6

13.6
10.6

9.7
5.8

5.3
4.0

3.9
3.7

3.7
3.7

2.3
3.0

0.3
1.9

0.3
1.6

Bauchi
Bayelsa

20.4
16.5

12.4
9.6

5.3
8.6

4.7
6.0

3.5
3.4

3.0
2.3

1.7
1.2

0.5
0.6

0.2
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

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

Imo

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

13

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
8.0
6.0
4.0
2.0
0.0

Percentage Distribution of 
household member s by age 
Group,2008

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

14

TABLE 1.7 Cont'd:
STATE

0-9

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS BY
STATE AND AGE GROUP, 2008 (FEMALE)

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

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

Imo

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

15

TABLE 1.8: POPULATION DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS AGED 6 + BY EDUCATIONAL
ATTAINMENT, 2006
States

Abia 
Adamawa 

NONE

NURSER
Y

PRIMAR
Y

JSS/MODE
RNSCHOO
L

SSS/SEC/TT
C

OND/NCE

292,272

419,583

434,211

367,451

652,735

112,894

UNIVERC
ITYGRAD
UATE/HN
D
139,293

POST
GRADUA
TE

OTHER

26,185

6,618

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

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

Bauchi 

Enugu 

540,151

485,970

491,998

369,717

617,144

109,052

149,424

35,086

3,797

1,026,803

199,465

144,866

128,735

223,720

53,286

25,211

5,817

18,306

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

Gombe 
Imo 

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

268,936

164,842

139,469

94,195

274,198

79,051

95,094

23,164

4,886

14,917,98 13,979,58
7
7
Source;      National Population Commission,Abuja.

11,854,294

20,638,049

5,285,115

4,264,522

886,673

757,053

Fct(Abuja)
National 

43,660,887

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TABLE 1.9:

AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD MEMBERS BY SIZE AND BY STATE, 2008.

STATE

2007
URBAN

2007

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
Bauchi

4.0
7.3

4.6
8.1

4.4
7.9

4.6
7.2

4.4
6.7

4.5
6.8

Bayelsa

3.3

3.2

3.3

6.1

4.8

4.9

Benue
Borno
Cross River

6.2
4.6
3.3

4.9
5.7
4.0

5.1
5.7
4.0

5.0
4.6
3.4

6.4
5.4
4.2

6.1
5.3
4.1

Delta

4.6

4.0

4.0

4.1

3.5

3.6

Ebonyi
Edo

4.6
4.3

5.1
3.3

5.1
3.3

3.9
3.6

5.4
4.0

5.3
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
HOUSEHOLD

NORMAL
RENT

FREE RENT

NOMINAL/SUBSIDIZED

OWNER
OCCUPIER

1,034,100

15.3

10.0

13.7

60.5

626,252

36.6

16.4

16.7

30.4

RENT
Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom

910,485

15

13.3

18.3

53.3

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
Borno

767,561
792,663

19.6
31.6

16.8
19.0

20.1
18.1

43.5
31.3

C/River
Delta

740,248
1,056,106

36.1
26.5

15.7
26.2

14.8
15.9

33.3
31.5

Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu

400,125
1,018,119
436,875
617,729

8.4
33.3
36.5
16.8

16.4
10.5
21.9
11.4

24.8
36.8
24.3
29.1

50.4
19.3
17.3
42.7

Gombe
Imo

451,161
1,153,498

13.5
23.7

10.5
30.1

43.9
24.1

32.2
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
Katsina
Kebbi

1,319,418
1,038,281
616,253

20.8
17.7
25.0

14.6
23.4
19.3

18.8
26.3
15.8

45.8
32.6
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

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
Zamfara

376,253
689,858

19.9
13.9

19.9
19.9

31.3
22.9

29.0
43.3

FCT

139,757

22.5

22.5

25

30.0

28,025,273

25.9

19.2

24.1

30.9

Anambra

Nassarawa

TOTAL

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

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TABLE 2.1 Cont'd :

STATE

TOTAL
HOUSEHOL
D

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY STATE AND
TYPE OF TENURE, 2006
NORMAL RENT
FREE RENT

NOMINAL/SUB
SIZED RENT

OWNER
OCCUPIER

Abia
Adamawa

787,222
666,969

55.6
33.6

6.8
6.6

0.3
6.5

37.3
53.3

Akwa Ibom
Anambra

953,822
974,833

12.2
41.4

17.1
0.8

4.4
0.2

66.3
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

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
Kaduna

716,417
944,947

50.5
28.1

24.1
11.3

0.3
13.9

25.2
46.7

Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara

1,606,778
986,811
899,591
805,525
563,204

45.5
45.3
31.8
40.7
33.2

6.1
4.8
3.1
12.6
16.3

5.5
14.5
14.1
5.2
0.7

42.9
35.2
50.9
41.5
49.6

Lagos

1,624,060

58.5

10.5

1.8

29.2

Delta

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
TOTAL

238,574
30,541,248

50.7
41.2

8.9
13.7

4.6
6.2

35.8
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
ed Rent

Owner Occupier

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
Bayelsa

5.1
28.0

0.0
26.1

0.0
0.7

94.9
45.1

Benue

9.1

4.1

0.3

86.5

Borno
C/River
Delta

7.6
30.6
44.1

1.0
27.6
11.9

5.6
2.8
0.9

85.8
38.9
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
NIGERIA

32.4
21.1

5.3
10.2

7.0
1.6

55.3
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
30.1

3.2
23.4

2.4
0.8

83.4
45.7

26.7
19.4

38.9
6.0

0.2
0.9

34.2
73.7

Imo

5.8
3.7

3.9
8.6

0.3
1.2

89.9
86.5

Jigawa

1.9

1.4

0.2

96.5

Kaduna

9.5

17.2

3.8

69.4

Kano
Katsina

3.9
1.2

4.2
2.1

0.8
0.3

91.1
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

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

Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe

Nassarawa

Plateau

6.4

1.2

6.4

86.0

Rivers

13.9

25.0

0.3

60.7

Sokoto

1.0

2.1

Taraba

2.0

0.0

0.4

97.6

Yobe

4.8

2.3

0.2

92.7

1.5

2.4

1.7

94.4

29.7
14.4

6.6
12.5

6.7
1.4

57.0
71.7

Zamfara
FCT
NIGERIA

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

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96.9

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:

STATE

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD HEADS

BY STATE AND MARITAL STATUS, 2005.
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
Edo

46.6
51.6

15.2
17.4

0.3
6.7

1.5
0.3

36.4
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
Imo

39.1
54.6

12.7
8.2

1.5
0.6

2.4
0.5

44.4
36.2

Jigawa
Kaduna

33.6
45.7

18.1
7.3

2.8
1.6

2.4
2.2

43.1
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
Yobe

45.4
46.8

7.7
8.5

0.6
0.4

0.4
1.0

45.9
43.2

Zamfara

44.8

10.3

0.5

0.9

43.6

FCT
NIGERIA

41.7
46.2

9.8
9.9

1.6
2.4

0.8
1.0

46.1
41.5

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2006.

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TABLE 2.2a:
STATE

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS AGED 15 YEARS AND ABOVE BY MARITAL
STATUS AND STATE, 2006
Married
44.6

Divorced
1.1

Separated
0.4

Widowed
14.0

N Married
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
Benue

57.4.
56.7

1.3
1.9

4.2
1.8

3.4
4.0

33.7
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
Jigawa

43.5
75.4

0.4
1.0

0.4
1.0

13.1
2.5

42.5
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
Lagos

56.9
48.3

0.5
0.9

3.3
1.6

7.2
4.9

32.1
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
57.3

0.4
1.1

5.5
2.5

9.7
5.9

30.6
33.2

Rivers

58.5
50.5

0.7
0.2

1.4
2.1

4.4
7.5

35.0
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

Abia

Oyo
Plateau

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

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TABLE 2.2a Cont'd:
STATE

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS AGED 15 YEARS AND ABOVE BY
MARITAL STATUS AND STATE, 2007

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
STATE
Abia

Bricks

Wood
Bamboo

Grass

Iron
Sheets

Cement
Concrete

Roofing
Tiles

Others

Total

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

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

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

3.2

4.8

0.0

77.1

1.7

2.0

11.2

100.0

13.6

14.1

2.4

61.7

1.5

0.7

6.0

100.0

Imo

Plateau

FCT
NIGERIA

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

29

TABLE 2.3 Cont'd:

STATE

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY ROOFING MATERIAL AND
STATE, 2005

Mud/Mud

Thatch/

Wood

Iron

Cement

Roofing

Others

Total

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
Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
C/River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun
Ondo
Osun
Oyo
Plateau
Rivers
Sokoto
Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
NIGERIA

Earth/mud

Wood/Tiles

Plank

Concrete

Dirt Straw

8.3

0.6

1.5

87.1

0.1

Others
2.4

Total
100

47.2

0.2

0.1

41.6

9.8

1.1

100

27.7

0.4

0.4

58

4.2

9.3

100

7.7

0.6

3.4

85.5

0.1

2.6

100

52.1

0.9

0.7

29.8

6.8

9.7

100

31.5

0.6

1.8

45.7

1.2

19.1

100

40.3

1.4

0.0

48.2

2.8

7.2

100

35.0

1.7

0.0

49.7

4.3

9.2

100

42.4

0.3

0.1

52.5

3.5

1.1

100

8.2

1.6

2.4

81.2

0.3

6.3

100

52.7

0.3

0.5

35.2

3.2

8.1

100

7.9

0.2

0

84.4

6.5

0.1

100

11.5

1.5

3.8

78

3.5

1.7

100

17.2

0.2

1.2

74.2

1.4

5.7

100

50.9

0.6

0.6

35.7

11

1.2

100

4.9

1.8

2.5

83.9

0.1

6.9

100

71.9

0.5

0

15.4

4.1

8.1

100

29.8

1.2

0.3

56.9

3.8

7.9

100

38.9

7.2

0.1

45.5

5.1

2.2

100

50.5

0.2

0.7

35.6

7.5

3.7

100

52.7

0.3

0.0

20

24.6

2.4

100

19.0

0.0

3.1

72.2

4.7

0.1

100

12.0

0.2

1.6

79.6

0.9

0.4

100

2.2

0.0

0.6

93.5

0.0

3.7

100

33.8

1.4

2.2

40

9.5

13.1

100

33.6

0.1

1.9

39.2

13.2

12.1

100

15.3

0.8

1.8

80.3

0.4

1.5

100

19.3

3.1

0.9

67.5

0.0

0.8

100

15.3

0.0

1.4

76.9

3.1

3.4

100

17.5

1.1

0.5

80.8

0.1

0.0

100

47.6

0.7

0.8

37.2

10.8

2.9

100

12.0

0.1

0.0

70.5

1.5

15

100

73.6

4.4

0.5

16.3

2.5

2.8

100

55.3

3.8

0.9

25.9

2.1

11.9

100

64.5

1.4

1.2

19.9

9.1

3.9

100

60.2

3.2

0.0

33.6

2.2

0.7

100

27.6

2.9

7.4

49.4

0.2

10.8

100

36.2

1.3

1.2

50.6

5.2

5.6

100

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2005.

31

TABLE 2.4 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF FLOORING
MATERIAL AND STATE, 2005.

STATE
Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
C/River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun
Ondo
Osun
Oyo
Plateau
Rivers
Sokoto
Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
NIGERIA

Earth/mud

Wood/Tiles

Plank

Concrete

Dirt Straw

Total

11.7

0.1

0.0

87.6

0.6

100

55.4

0.2

0.0

37.7

6.7

100

34.5

0.0

0.1

61.3

4.2

100

4.9

0.1

0.2

94.7

0.1

100

63.7

0.3

0.0

35.8

10.2

100

20.5

1.2

1.9

69.3

4.2

100

49.3

1.4

0.1

42.4

6.8

100

52.5

0.1

0.0

38.5

8.8

100

30.3

0.6

0.1

65.0

4.0

100

17.5

2.2

1.1

78.9

0.3

100

52.1

0.0

0.0

47.5

0.4

100

11.2

0.4

0.1

83.9

4.3

100

22.4

0.1

0.1

77.3

0.1

100

21.7

0.1

0.0

77.2

1.0

100

46.0

0.4

0.1

52.2

1.4

100

7.3

0.8

0.1

91.6

0.1

100

82.3

0.3

0.0

16.1

1.4

100

24.7

0.7

0.0

71.7

2.9

100

55.2

0.3

0.0

42.1

2.4

100

46.9

0.8

0.0

50.2

2.2

100

53.5

5.4

0.1

27.8

13.1

100

22.6

0.3

0.3

76.5

0.3

100

13.3

0.0

0.2

85.8

0.0

100

2.1

0.1

0.1

97.4

0.2

100

46.1

0.2

0.1

48.2

5.4

100

25.6

0.1

0.1

71.2

0.3

100

19.0

0.2

1.4

78.3

1.0

100

12.1

0.4

3.6

82.8

1.2

100

17.0

0.0

0.0

80.5

2.5

100

16.5

0.3

0.0

81.0

2.1

100

36.0

0.1

0.1

83.2

0.6

100

20.1

0.3

0.0

79.4

0.2

100

72.6

3.1

0.0

19.3

5.0

100

54.2

0.2

0.0

41.0

4.0

100

70.3

0.4

0.0

27.4

1.9

100

58.7

4.9

0.8

35.5

0.1

100

15.8

2.0

1.0

80.0

1.1

100

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
PRING
PROTE
CTED

WELL/SPR
INGUNPR
OTECTED

0.0

0.0

0.0

4.5

31.1

2.2

3.3

7.1

35.6

16.4

1083080

0.8

1.2

35.1

15.3

778711

10.1

2.4

28.7

4.5

Bayelsa

265189

4.8

3.3

17.3

6.6

Benue

767561

6.8

1.3

32.5

5.8

Borno

792663

6.3

6.2

41.6

6.5

C/River

740248

11.3

2.7

34.1

3.8

Delta

1056106

3.1

2.6

28.6

5.9

Ebonyi

400125

5.8

3.0

26.2

3.1

Edo

1018119

1.1

12.9

26.9

12.6

Ekiti

436875

26.1

3.1

19.5

8.4

Enugu

617729

18.3

1.3

18.3

14.4

Gombe

451161

3.7

4.3

32.1

8.6

Imo

1153498

9.7

2.3

28.4

6.4

Jigawa

825062

6.5

4.1

24.3

16.1

Kaduna

1154022

33.1

1.4

14.9

7.4

Kano

1319418

16

6.6

14.3

10.2

Katsina

1038281

17.1

8.7

10.5

6.8

Kebbi

616253

8.8

2.3

26.2

4.6

Kogi

792218

8.8

1.8

17.2

7.8

Kwara

615079

22.1

4.0

13.6

6.6

Lagos

2497419

48.7

7.4

15.3

6.4

Nassarawa

413930

7.5

2.1

17.6

4.2

Niger

781568

16.4

5.6

25.5

1.9

Ogun

1063360

27.2

8.1

24.8

8.6

Ondo

1221029

6.4

6.9

21.5

6.9

Osun

1013154

33.1

4.9

24.7

8.6

Oyo

1576874

13.2

6.2

17.1

1.6

Plateau

592185

9.1

2.1

22.1

3.6

Rivers

1194399

7.1

3.3

17.2

13.0

Sokoto

653684

13.1

1.3

18.5

10.8

Taraba

446579

1.8

2.8

26.9

6.5

Yobe

376253

19.1

3.2

25.4

4.6

Zamfara

689858

16.6

0.7

28.5

2.9

139757

33.1

2.2

32.4

2.2

28025273

12.7

4.5

24.6

7.7

24.3
0.8
6.8
14.2
27.7
3.6
13.1
0.4
19.5
13.5
5.6
7.1
4.3
18.2
22.9
21.3
34.3
25.5
26.1
29.1
21.4
18.2
13.5
33.2
14.5
11.9
32.4
1.2
23.3
26.5
16.2
2.5
21.8
37.2
37.9
18.4
17.4

PIPEBORNE hole/
WATER
hand
UNTREATED pump

TOTAL
HOUSEHOLD

WATER
TREATED

Abia

1034100

1.5

5.5

Adamawa

626252

0.9

Akwa Ibom

910485

Anambra
Bauchi

STATE

FCT
TOTAL

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey On Nigeria, 2006.

33

RAINWATER

STREAM
S/POND/
RIVER/R
AINWATE
R

2.2
2.5
1.1
2.4
1.4
1.5
1.3
1.5
1.6
1.2
2.2
2.4
2.2
2.2
3.3
0.9
9.4
0.5
2.0
2.1
4.2
1.5
0.7
3.4
4.2
1.3
2.3
3.1
3.7
0.8
2.6
2.2
5.1
6.5
2.3
1.1
2.1
3.1

31.5
30.7
34.5
37.3
37.4
38.4
46.1
22.8
40.6
36.4
45.8
36.7
31.9
36.6
29.1
28.2
16.3
16.6
25.4
27.4
24.4
39.5
33.6
5.3
28.6
34.9
17.2
21.1
23.7
37.9
31.2
38.4
48.1
32.9
17.2
22.1
19.7
30.4

OTHERS

0.5
0.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.8
0.8
0.4
0.6
0.4
0.8
1.7
2.2
0.2
0.1
0.4
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
1.1
0.0
0.0
1.7
0.0
0.0
1.6
0.0
0.0
1.0
1.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.2
1.2

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

Abia

787222

PIPEBO
RNE
WATER
TREAT
ED
0.6

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

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

Delta

Kano

TOTAL
HOUSEH
OLD

PIPEB
ORNE
WATER
UNTRE
ATED
15.4

BORE
HOLE/H
ANDPU
MP

WELL/SPR
INGPROTE
CTED

WELL/SP
RING
UNPROTE
CTED

RAIN
WATER

STREAMS/
POND/RIV
ER/RAINW
ATER

TANKER
TRUCK
VENDOR

OTHERS

21.8

6.8

8.9

17.4

23.0

5.8

0.2

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

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

Nassarawa

TOTAL

30542248

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

34

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

TOTAL
HOUSEHO
LD

PIPE
BORN
E

PIPEBO
RNE
WATER
UNTREA
TED

BORE
HOLE/
HAND
PUMP

WELL/SPR
INGPROTE
CTED

WELL/S
PRINGU
NPROTE
CTED

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

35

RAIN
WATER

0.0
0.0
0.0
1.0
0.0
1.7
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.7
0.0
0.7
0.0
9.2
0.0
2.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.2
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.1
0.0
0.4
0.0
0.0
0.5
0.0
1.7
0.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.3
0.6

STREAMS
/POND/RI
VER/RAIN
WATER

TANKER/TR
UCK/VENDO
R

43.4
30.8
53.5
31.9
7.7
57.8
57.7
8.6
61.0
19.7
40.0
36.4
34.4
30.8
13.8
22.9
0.0
18.5
2.8
11.3
9.0
41.5
17.7
0.2
60.8
41.0
17.9
32.9
20.0
20.6
36.0
12.1
1.4
69.9
1.9
19.8
31.3
24.4

1.3
7.0
0.0
1.8
0.0
0.0
10.5
8.7
0.0
0.2
0.8
3.2
0.2
18.4
20.0
3.3
2.5
4.5
2.3
3.3
2.1
10.3
0.0
13.3
0.0
1.1
0.1
0.0
2.0
1.2
6.5
5.0
0.0
3.7
1.2
0.0
18.9
4.1

OTHER

0.1
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.0
1.0
0.0
0.2
0.9
0.0
0.0
0.2
0.5
0.8
0.0
1.8
0.0
0.3
0.0
0.7
0.0
0.0
0.2
0.0
0.6
0.0
0.1
1.2
0.0
0.9
0.5
0.4
0.0
0.1
0.5
0.0
1.4
0.3

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

PIPE
BORNE
WATER
TREATE
D

PIPE BORNE
WATER
UNTREATED

Abia

1.3

0.0

Adamawa

2.0

Akwa Ibom

BORE
HOLE
HAND
PUMP

WELL/SPRING
PROTECTED

WELL/SP
RING
UNPROT
ECTED

57.9

0.5

3.7

15.7

14.1

0.3
19.4

2.8

0.0

41.9

3.3

Anambra

0.0

0.0

63.1

4.2

Bauchi

3.9

1.2

22.8

Bayelsa

2.0

4.7

Benue

0.0

0.2

Borno

4.0

C/River
Delta
Ebonyi

STREAMS/POND/
RIVER/RAINWAT
ER

TANKER/TR
UCK/VENDO
R

0.3
0.2

38.3
35.6

1.3
8.5

0.0

0.3

51.4

0.3

4.0

3.5

20.6

4.7

10.4

47.0

0.2

13.7

0.2

13.3

0.8

1.6

1.2

69.8

3.5

5.4

25.6

5.7

0.0

57.4

5.2

2.8

30.3

8.5

40.0

0.0

10.0

4.4

8.8

0.0

12.4

1.4

1.7

4.8

75.3

0.5

3.3

0.0

38.2

21.4

12.8

0.0

19.2

0.0

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

Oyo

9.4

0.3

20.5

41.4

3.1
4.8

0.0
0.0

23.8
22.9

2.4
0.0

Plateau

5.9

0.2

9.5

23.8

Rivers

10.7

0.8

42.4

9.1

17.1
26.0

0.3
0.2

41.8
5.7

0.0
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

TOTAL

7.7

1.1

28.4

14.0

1.0
17.5

0.0
5.0

30.6
27.1

1.4
3.2

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

36

RAIN
WATER

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

37

TABLE 2.6:
STATE

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF REFUSE DISPOSAL
FACILITY, 2007
HH Bin collected
by Govt.Agency

HH Bin
collected by
Private
Agency

Govt.Bin or
Shed

Disposal within
Compound

Unauthorized
Refuse Heap

Other Types

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
Edo

4.9
1.1

0.0
3.6

0.0
0.0

67.7
31.5

22.6
58.2

4.8
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
Katsina

3.9
1.0

1.5
0.2

0.3
0.0

55.1
63.4

35.7
34.8

3.6
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
Zamfara

0.0
0.0

0.1
0.0

0.8
1.6

19.3
66.0

78.0
32.4

1.7
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.

38

TABLE 2.6 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF REFUSE DISPOSAL
FACILITY, 2008
STATE

HH Bin collected
by Govt.Agency

HH Bin collected by
Private Agency

Govt.Bin or
Shed

Disposal within
Compound

Other
Types

28.9

Unauthorize
d Refuse
Heap
34.4

Abia

0.2

3.0

4.7

Adamawa

0.2

0.5

Akwa Ibom

2.1

0.5

1.4

28.3

69.2

0.4

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.

39

28.8

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

None

Toilet on
water

Flush to
sewage

Flush to
septic
tank

Pail/Bucket

Covered
pit latrine

Uncovered
pit latrine

VIP
Latrine

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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Other types

TABLE 2.7 cnt'd:
STATE

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLD BY STATE AND TYPE OF TOILET
FACILITY, 2008.

None

Toilet
on
water

Flush to
sewage

Flush to
septic tank

Pail/B
ucket

Covered
pit latrine

Uncovere
d pit
latrine

VIP
Latrine

Other types

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
Enugu

31.3
6.7

0.4
0.0

6.6
4.7

6.2
29.0

0.0
0.0

27.0
16.2

0.0
1.8

0.0
0.1

28.6
41.6

Gombe
Imo

4.4
3.9

0.6
0.0

2.7
3.9

0.7
8.7

0.0
0.0

64.0
78.5

25.8
2.2

0.2
0.0

1.7
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
Ondo

0.2
2.0

0.0
8.5

6.6
0.7

6.9
4.8

0.2
0.0

54.3
22.4

4.4
2.6

0.5
0.3

26.9
58.7

Osun
Oyo

2.4
53.3

0.3
0.6

0.7
5.0

8.9
15.8

0.0
0.6

32.5
23.2

0.5
0.6

1.4
0.0

53.3
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:
STATE

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF HOUSING UNIT,
2008.

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
Anambra

51.8
30.4

8.1
3.7

0.3
0.2

39.6
64.5

0.2
1.2

Bauchi
Bayelsa

98.6
69.8

1.1
14.5

0.4
0.8

0.0
14.1

0.0
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
Ondo

86.8
81.3

8.0
3.1

0.0
0.0

4.3
15.4

0.8
0.2

Osun
Oyo

81.9
82.4

7.1
8.9

0.0
0.5

11.0
8.2

0.0
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
Zamfara

92.2
20.2

0.4
5.8

0.0
0.8

6.0
72.9

1.4
0.3

0.2
0.3

33.6
27.2

0.0
0.4

FCT
48.4
17.8
NIGERIA
66.3
5.8
Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Social-Economic Survey on Nigeria, 2008.

43

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
Borno

0.0
0.0

0.4
0.0

3.1
1.3

94.5
98.4

2.0
0.3

C/River
Delta

0.0
0.0

0.2
1.6

19.6
21.3

79.8
76.6

0.3
0.5

Ebonyi
Edo

0.1
2.1

0.8
0.1

9.2
18.6

90.0
78.7

0.0
0.5

Ekiti
Enugu

0.0
0.1

0.0
2.1

24.2
28.3

74.3
68.9

1.5
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
Kaduna

1.0
0.3

0.0
1.2

3.9
9.8

95.1
88.5

0.0
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
Niger

0.0
0.7

0.0
0.0

9.2
5.2

90.8
92.9

0.0
1.2

Ogun
Ondo

2.0
0.2

0.0
0.2

48.8
32.6

49.0
66.7

0.3
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
Rivers

0.6
0.0

0.4
2.8

16.8
31.3

80.8
65.2

1.4
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.

44

TABLE 2.9 Cont'd: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF HOUSEHOLDS BY TYPE OF FUEL FOR COOKING,
2008.
STATE
Electricity
Gas
Kerosine
Wood
Coal
Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom

0.2
0.2
0.0

0.7
0.4
1.5

21.4
2.3
15.7

77.8
96.8
82.4

0.0
0.4
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
Borno

0.2
0.0

0.0
0.0

2.8
2.1

96.5
94.3

0.5
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
Imo

0.3
0.5

0.0
1.0

3.6
7.4

95.9
90.9

0.2
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
Lagos

0.0
0.0

0.2
6.2

12.7
91.1

74.3
2.7

12.7
0.0

Nassarawa
Niger

0.5
0.0

0.0
0.2

7.9
9.6

91.1
89.3

0.5
0.9

Ogun
Ondo

0.0
0.2

0.7
0.3

60.9
17.0

37.3
82.5

1.2
0.0

Osun
Oyo

1.2
0.0

0.0
0.5

45.7
43.6

49.6
44.1

3.5
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
Taraba

0.2
0.0

0.0
0.0

6.3
2.6

93.5
97.4

0.0
0.0

Yobe

0.0

0.0

2.3

97.7

0.0

Zamfara

0.0

0.0

1.7

98.3

0.0

38.7
18.5

57.6
79.6

1.7
1.1

FCT
0.2
1.9
NIGERIA
0.2
0.6
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
Only

Rural
Electrification
Only

Private
Generator
Only

PHCN/Ge
nerator

Rural
Electrification/Gene
rator

Solar energy

None

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
Total

36.6
47.3

0.0
1.1

11.7
2.7

19.8
5.8

0.6
1.6

0.0
0.0

31.3
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
Electrification
Only

Private
Generator
Only

PHCN/Gene
rator

Rural
Electrification
/Generator

Solar
energy

None

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
Total

38.3
40.4

0.3
0.9

10.6
3.2

23.7
6.3

0.2
1.1

0.0
0.0

26.9
48.0

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

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TABLE 2.11 :
2006.
Age
Groups

Populatio
n

DISTRIBUTION OF POPULATION (AGE 10+) BY MARITAL STATUS NATIONAL,
Never Married
Male

Married

Female

Male

Separated

Female

Male

Female

Divorced

Widowed

Male

Fema
le

Male

Female

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
7

473,98
7

230,60
9

1,693,69
2

Source: National Population Commission, Npoc, Abuja.

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TABLE 2.12:
STATE

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF PERSONS BY TYPE OF BUILDING EMBARKED
2008.

UPON,

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
Commercial 

Residential

0.5

1.7

Industrial

Other Types

50

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
Akwa Ibom
Anambra

27.5
21.21
20

20
21.21
10

31.25
21.21
30

12.5
30.3
20

8.75
6.06
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
Cross River

6.94
15.15

6.94
30.3

16.67
9.09

29.17
24.24

40.28
21.21

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
Jigawa

5.88
19.48

5.88
20.78

29.41
18.18

52.94
25.97

5.88
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
Nassarawa

30.43
16.13

13.04
3.23

8.7
12.9

8.7
22.58

39.13
45.16

Niger

30

23.33

13.33

3.33

30

Ogun

18.18

18.18

18.18

31.82

13.64

Ondo
Osun

20
43.75

40
18.75

12
12.5

16
15.63

12
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

20.53

23.77

24.33

Delta

Total
14.91
16.46
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FIGURE 2.12 : BUILDING COMPLETED STAGE ,2008

30
25
20
15
10

Building Completed 
Stage

5
0

Building Completed Stage

Foundati
on level

Window 
level

Lintel 
level

14.91

16.46

20.53

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Roofing  Complete
level
d level
23.77

24.33

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.
53

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.

54

TABLE 3.1

NATIONAL SUMMARY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL STATISTICS 2004-2008.

Year

2004

2005

2006*

2007*

2008*

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

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

36

37

39

46

36

Total Schools

Total Female Enrolment

Teacher/Pupil Ratio

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*

10,913

10,913

18,238

18,238

18,238

6,279,462

6,397,343

6,536,038

6,068,160

6,625,943

3,539,708

3,543,4255

3,642,871

3,460,146

3,682,141

2,739,754

2,854,718

2,893,167

2,608,014

2,943,802

154,594

144,413

199,163

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

98,077
40

98,077
44

98,077
32

98,077
29

98,077
24

Total Schools
Total Enrolment
Total Male Enrolment
Total Female Erolment
Total Teachers

207,283

270650

Total Classrooms
Teacer/Pupil Ratio

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

55

FIGURE
2002-2006

3.1a: NATIONAL SUMMARY SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT AND TEACHERS

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
YEAR

56

2006*

TABLE 3.2 :
STATE

NUMBER OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA, 2004 – 2008.
2004

2005

2006*

2007

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

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

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

950

950

949

949

949

1,058

1,058

1,120

1,120

1,120

Abia

Bayelsa

Ebonyi

Yobe
Zamfara

435

435

465

465

465

60,189

60,189

54,434

54,434

54,434

FCT
TOTAL

2008

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

57

TABLE 3.3 :
STATE

NUMBER OF PRIMARY SCHOOL CLASSROOMS BY STATE IN NIGERIA, 2004-2008.
2004

2005

2006*

2007

2008

TOTAL

TOTAL

TOTAL

TOTAL

TOTAL

CLASSROOMS

CLASSROOMS

CLASSROOMS

CLSSROOM
S

CLASSROOM
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

254,319

254,319

319,590

319,590

319,590

TOTAL

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

58

TABLE 3.4 :

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

STATE

2004

2005

2006*

2007*

2008*

MALE

FEMAL
E

MALE

FEMAL
E

MALE

FEMAL
E

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

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

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
River
Delta

231,801

227,990

232,390

225,199

220,921

217,169

184,584

183,444

214,030

208,612

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

188,108

125,733

121,297

137,107

135,468

Ekiti

91,246

97,518

91,730

96,565

297,339

251,209

266,726

108,375

111,337

Enugu

143,626

141,396

145,552

142,442

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

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

112,303

160,780

111,922

FCT
TOTAL

730,995

189,174
267,512
148,897

375,210

99,826

91,215

102,407

93,842

112,825

104,294

11,824,4
94

9,571,01
6

12,189,0
73

9,926,35
9

12,575,6
89

10,441,4
35

Sources: Federal Ministry Of Education/Universal Basic Education Commission, Abuja.
Note: * Provisional.

59

9,948,567
11,683,50
3

106,775
9,810,575

11,483,94
3

TABLE 3.5:
STATE

QUALITY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE AND GENDER, 2005.
Graduates + NCE

Below NCE

Total

Unspeci
fied

Grand
Total

% of
Qual
ified

M

F

T

M

F

T

M

F

T

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
Ibom
Anambra

3,764

8,381

12,145

1,951

3,975

5,926

5,715

12,356

18,071

3,200

21,271

67

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
River
Delta

3,558

4,776

8,334

2,526

3,096

5,622

6,084

7,872

13,956

2,471

16,427

60

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
a
Niger

2,971

1,644

4,615

3,538

1,677

5,215

6,658

3,321

9,830

1,741

11,571

47

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

Abia

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
8

184,64
8

299,386

119,44
6

88,204

209,65
0

231,37
5

274,85
2

509,036

90,136

599,172

59

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
NOTE: % of Qualified Teachers is theTotal number of Graduates plus NCE divided by total number of
Specified Teachers.

60

TABLE 3.5 Cont'd :
STATE

QUALITY OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, 2006.

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

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

Delta

Gombe

3,043

6,221

9,264

1,238

10,502

33

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

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

Imo

Nassarawa

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
TOTAL

4,801

863

5,664

200

5,864

85

285,743

207,199

492,942

41,852

534,794

58

Source: Universal Basic Education Commission, Abuja.
Note: * Provisional.

61

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

2007*
M  

2008*
F

TOTAL

TOTAL 

9,356

11,003

2,874

10,973

13,847

Abia

1,647

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.

62

TABLE 3.6

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

YEAR

TOTAL ENROLMENT

TOTAL NUMBER OF
TEACHERS

PUPIL /TEACHER RATIO

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

23,017,124

586,749

2006*

2007*

39

21,632,070
468,202

2008*

46
36

21,294,517

586,930

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

Note: * Provisional.

63

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

2005

2006*

2007

2008

231

231

653

653

653

125

125

296

296

296

325

325

608

608

608

333

333

504

504

504

153

153

288

288

288

Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom
Anambra
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
Katsina

517
157

517
157

683
774

683
774

683
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
Rivers

481
310

481
310

1,143
800

1,143
800

1,143
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)
Nigeria

69

69

85

85

85

10,913

10,913

18,238

18,238

18,238

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

* Provisional Figures

64

TABLE 3.8: NUMBER OF CLASSROOMS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS BY STATE IN NIGERIA,
2004 – 2008..
STATE

Abia
Adamawa

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

TOTAL
CLASSRMS

TOTAL
CLASSRMS

TOTAL
CLASSRMS

TOTAL
CLASSRMS

TOTAL
CLASSRMS

2,628

2,628

2,628

2,628

2,628

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

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

533

533

533

533

533

Kebbi

Yobe
Zamfara
FCT( Abuja)
Nigeria

502

502

502

502

502

1,117

1,117

1,117

1,117

1,117

98,077

98,077

98,077

98,077

98,077

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
na: Not available

65

TABLE 3.9a
STATE

SECONDARY SCHOOLS ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2003.
JSSI

JSSII

JSSIII

TOTAL
MALE

TOTAL
FEMALE

MALE

FEMAL
E

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

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

7,253

6,498

7,282

6,523

5,597

5,514

20,132

18,535

736,578

551,726

705,785

545,729

641,336

503,490

2,083,699

1,600,945

FCT
TOTAL

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education Abuja

66

TABLE 3.9a cont.

SECONDARY SCHOOLS ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER, 2003.
SSI

SSII

SSIII

TOTAL
MALE

STATE
Abia

TOTAL
FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

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

11,356

4,522

10,149

3,470

10,443

2,687

31,948

10,679

8,080

2,556

7,263

2,090

6,813

1,628

22,156

6,274

Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL

5,255

5,068

4,487

4,382

3,150

3,274

12,892

12,724

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
MALE

JSSI
FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL
MALE

TOTAL
FEMALE

Abia

11,319

13,143

11,327

Adamawa

12,134

8,578

12,500

14,314

9,490

12,724

32,136

40,181

8,036

10,523

6,407

35,157

Akwa Ibom

20,110

21,686

23,021

16,358

18,983

16,212

19,088

52,680

Anambra

14,907

59,757

15,144

11,982

12,638

10,415

11,260

37,304

Bauchi

39,042

18,664

10,155

16,619

8,394

16,514

7,815

51,797

Bayelsa

26,364

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

7,188

7,058

7,223

6,597

6,599

5,519

21,010

19,174

695,19
5

534,430

666,480

524,521

610,962

476,180

1,972,637

1,535,131

FCT
TOTAL

JSSII
MALE
FEMALE

JSSIII

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

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TABLE 3.9b Cont'd:
STATE
Abia

TABLE 3.SECONDARY SCHOOL ENROLMENT BY STATE, CLASS AND GENDER,
2004.
TOTAL

TOTAL

MALE

SSI
FEMALE

MALE

SSII
FEMALE

MALE

SSIII
FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

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

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

13,288

15,162

11,252

13,631

11,380

14,130

35,920

42,923

Cross River

Enugu
Gombe

9,239

5,003

7,753

4,290

6,927

3,594

23,919

12,887

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

572,135

446,340

528,564

411,224

466,373

347,059

1,567,072

1,204,623

Imo

TOTAL

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
TOTAL

6,912

6,432

7,267

6,689

6,261

5,741

20,440

18,862

692,394

623,666

673,405

522,441

618,588

493,669

1,984,387

1,639,776

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

70

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

SSI

SSII

SSIII

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

TOTAL

MALE

FEMALE

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

571,272

448,392

532,940

420,379

455,026

346,171

1,559,238

1,214,942

TOTAL

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

71

TABLE 3.9d:
STATE 

TOTAL ENROLMENT IN JUNIOR SECONDARY, 2006-2008.
2007 

2006

2008 

Total

M

F

Total

M

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

97232

65041

162273

91291

57792

149083

94591

63463

158054

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

Kaduna
Kano

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

72

TABLE 3.9 e :
STATE 

TOTAL ENROLMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY, 2006-2008.

2006 

2007

2008 

Total

M

F

Total

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

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

Ebonyi

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

158773

133445

292218

66908

50783

117691

51996

32822

84818

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

Nassaraw
a
Niger

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja 

73

TABLE 3.10:
STATE

Abia
Adamawa

SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, SEX, AND QUALIFICATION, 2005.
GRAD+TQ

GRADUATE

NCE

TC 2

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

1,006

1,231

201

84

238

402

25

29

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

491

119

437

146

713

162

77

8

Bauchi
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

2,347

1,682

781

284

971

916

19

8

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

457

217

279

89

772

267

46

11

1,853

1,590

268

119

428

523

58

49

Delta
Ebonyi

Gombe
Imo
Jigawa

639

34

152

23

794

46

41

7

Kaduna

955

392

435

165

1,150

473

6

3

1,475

305

696

187

814

197

21

3

Kano
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

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

43,073

26,714

17,565

6,258

27,132

19,291

761

282

Nassarawa

Nigeria

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

74

TABLE 3.10:
STATE
Abia

SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, SEX, AND QUALIFICATION, 2005.

TC 1
Fema
Male
le
na
na

HSC
Fema
Male
le
na
na

SPECIAL
Fema
Male
le
na
na

WASC
Fema
Male
le
na
na

Adamawa

na

1

na

na

na

na

na

Akwa Ibom

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Anambra

na

na

na

na

na

Bauchi

na

na

na

na

na

Bayelsa

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

5

Benue
Borno
Cross River

2
2
1

na
na
na

1
1
na
2
5
1

Delta

na

na

na

na

na

na

Ebonyi

na

na

na

na

na

na

Edo

na

na

na

Ekiti

na

Enugu

na

Gombe

na

Imo

3

na

7

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Jigawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kaduna

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara

1
1
na
1
1

1
3

na
na

66

17

2,698

1,378

64

43

1,800

4,082

na
3

91

24

1,815

462

3

1

37

18

1,613

797

14

2

261

50

4,106

842

1

53

11

1,294

376

29

8

1,513

613

2

82

30

4,205

2,922

2

1

15

4

946

437

9

7

112

49

3,367

2,450

1

1

90

20

2,771

2,007

2

2

37

19

1,912

1,525

7

1

65

22

1,626

607

3

1

93

39

2,703

2,321

na

na

28

2

1,654

112

6

2

40

13

2,593

1,048

3

1

58

14

3,068

707

80

5

1,519

199

54

5

1,606

325

3

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

2

1

1

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

7

4

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Ogun

na

na
na

2
18
10

1

na

na

na

3

5

5

75

205

5

na

Niger

na

1

na

na

Oyo

906

na

na

na

5

na

Nassarawa

Osun

1

16

na

na

1

na

TOTAL TEACHERS
Femal
Male
Total
e
1,510
1,765
3,275

na

na

Lagos

Ondo

1

1

OTHERS
Fema
Male
le
40
19

na

na

13

7

78

6

3,262

1,100

1

7

34

4

2,464

1,144

2

128

61

6,194

7,283

40

6

2,603

525

2

101

16

2,685

947

1

1

44

10

3,047

2,229

9

2

134

41

4,892

3,244

3

26

10

3,068

1,233

83

41

6,383

5,542

na

2

na

1,111
4,076
5,882
2,277
2,410
4,948
1,670
2,126
7,127
1,383
5,817
4,778
3,437
2,233
5,024
1,766
3,641
3,775
1,718
1,931
4,362
3,608
13,477
3,128
3,632
5,276
8,136
4,301
11,925

Plateau

3

na

1

na

na

na

na

na

2

1

5
na

95

20

3,979

1,445

3

3

6

1,528

915

4

37

28

1,416

486

72

10

1,060

499

46

11

1,051

269

24

3

871

320

22

6

1,352

972

2,378

696

91,08
0

53,33
3

Rivers

na

na

na

na

Sokoto

na

na

na

na

na

na

Taraba

na

na

na

na

na

na

Yobe

na

na

na

na

na

na

Zamfara

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

FCT( Abuja)

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

13

13

50

18

2

1

106

60

Nigeria

1

SOURCE: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja

76

4

na
3

5,424
2,443
1,902
1,559
1,320
1,191
2,324
144,413

TABLE3.11a:
STATE

STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE 2003.

TOTAL NUMBER OF CANDIDATES
WHO SAT FOR THE EXAMINATION

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. &
MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M &F

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

10,264

12,708

22,972

1,545

1,728

3,273

10,683

5,308

15,991

125

66

191

19,139

21,661

40,800

7,092

8,641

15,733

8,159

11,779

19,938

1,121

1,451

2,572

5,055

4,018

9,073

2,356

1,885

4,241

6,317

3,233

9,550

214

85

299

24,729

16,050

40,779

3,665

2,525

6,190

10,123

6,010

16,133

669

629

1,298

15,864

14,423

30,287

2,590

2,208

4,798

15,294

14,378

29,672

2,820

2,739

5,559

8,183

7,166

15,349

1,427

1,120

2,547

21,522

19,614

41,136

9,307

9,382

18,689

10,577

9,111

19,688

1,010

900

1,910

14,695

22,014

36,709

2,348

3,385

5,733

3,261

1,617

4,878

32

21

53

17,169

21,345

38,514

2,790

3,349

6,139

3,376

929

4,305

152

22

174

18,930

13,547

32,477

1,956

1,548

3,504

11,364

6,066

17,430

1,547

1,724

3,271

8,021

2,693

10,714

105

46

151

5,386

1,925

7,311

139

67

206

20,865

14,880

35,745

1,657

1,205

2,862

16,547

13,790

30,337

2,263

2,152

4,415

76,230

73,391

149,621

23,071

21,830

44,901

11,980

6,169

18,149

514

412

926

9,666

5,861

15,527

414

257

671

31,374

27,975

59,349

9,874

9,232

19,106

20,778

17,273

38,051

4,503

3,564

8,067

21,711

18,771

40,482

2,821

2,759

5,580

29,478

26,210

55,688

1,818

1,599

3,417

14,620

11,349

25,969

916

690

1,606

Abia
Adamawa
AkwaIbom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
Cross
River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassaraw
a
Niger
Ogun
Ondo
Osun
Oyo
Plateau

77

PERCENTAGE OF CANDIDATES
WITH MINIMUN OF FIVE (5)
CREDITS (INCLUDING ENG.
LANG & MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F
15.05

13.60

14.25

1.17

1.24

1.19

37.06

39.89

38.56

13.74

12.32

12.90

46.61

46.91

46.74

3.39

2.63

3.13

14.82

15.73

15.18

6.61

10.47

8.05

16.33

15.31

15.84

18.44

19.05

18.73

17.44

15.63

16.59

43.24

47.83

45.43

9.55

9.88

9.70

15.98

15.38

15.62

0.98

1.30

1.09

16.25

15.69

15.94

4.50

2.37

4.04

10.33

11.43

10.79

13.61

28.42

18.77

1.31

1.71

1.41

2.58

3.48

2.82

7.94

8.10

8.01

13.68

15.61

14.55

30.26

29.74

30.01

4.29

6.68

5.10

4.28

4.38

4.32

31.47

33.00

32.19

21.67

20.63

21.20

12.99

14.70

13.78

6.17

6.10

6.14

6.27

6.08

6.18

Rivers
30,802

34,874

65,676

9,232

10,553

19,785

6,891

2,290

9,181

481

160

641

7,018

3,444

10,462

237

169

406

5,695

1,667

7,362

175

67

242

5,478

1,586

7,064

159

110

269

3,389

3,270

6,659

469

254

723

560,633
478,395
1,039,028
Source: West Africa Examination Council, Lagos.

101,614

98,534

200,148

Sokoto
Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL

78

29.97

30.26

30.13

6.98

6.99

6.98

3.38

4.91

3.88

3.07

4.02

3.29

2.90

6.94

3.81

13.84

7.77

10.86

18.12

20.60

19.26

TABLE 3.11b:

STATE

STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2004.

TOTAL NUMBER OF
CANDIDATES WHO SAT FOR
THE EXAMINATION

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. &
MATHEMATICS)

PERCENTAGE OF
CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUN
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

M

F

M&F

Abia

11104.00

14108.00

25212.00

2118.00

2443.00

4561.00

19.07

17.32

18.09

Adamawa
Akwa Ibom

11746.00
21943.00

6480.00
24156.00

18226.00
46099.00

227.00
6391.00

131.00
7639.00

358.00
14030.00

1.93
29.13

2.02
31.62

1.96
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
Benue

5767.00
25169.00

3149.00
16086.00

8916.00
41255.00

116.00
2571.00

96.00
1669.00

212.00
4240.00

2.01
10.21

3.05
10.38

2.38
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
Ebonyi
Edo

15607.00
10726.00
23783.00

14261.00
9678.00
22269.00

29868.00
20404.00
46052.00

2643.00
1808.00
9280.00

2274.00
1771.00
9274.00

4917.00
3579.00
18554.00

16.93
16.86
39.02

15.95
18.30
41.65

16.46
17.54
40.29

Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe

10565.00
14440.00
3824.00

9367.00
20913.00
2003.00

19932.00
35353.00
5827.00

1025.00
3097.00
63.00

913.00
4678.00
26.00

1938.00
7775.00
89.00

9.70
21.45
1.65

9.75
22.37
1.30

9.72
21.99
1.53

Imo
Jigawa

15696.00
4066.00

19738.00
1120.00

35434.00
5186.00

3985.00
461.00

5102.00
126.00

9087.00
587.00

25.39
11.34

25.85
11.25

25.64
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
Ondo

19347.00
24087.00

17014.00
20131.00

36361.00
44218.00

3319.00
4757.00

3056.00
3836.00

6375.00
8593.00

17.16
19.75

17.96
19.06

17.53
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

7895.00
3796.00
11691.00
5728.00
1755.00
7483.00
6915.00
1742.00
8657.00
3566.00
3475.00
7041.00
569540.0
481706.0
1051246.00
0
0
Source: West African Examinations Council, Lagos.

133.00
153.00
192.00
459.00
96268.00

82.00
43.00
166.00
279.00
95670.00

215.00
196.00
358.00
738.00
191938.00

1.68
2.67
2.78
12.87
16.90

2.16
2.45
9.53
8.03
19.86

1.84
2.62
4.14
10.48
18.26

Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL

79

TABLE 3.11c:
STATE

STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2005.

TOTAL NUMBER OF
CANDIDATES WHO SAT THE
EXAMINATION

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG.
& MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

PERCENTAGE OF CANDIDATES
WITH MINIMUN OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

Abia

11306.00

13866.00

25172.00

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

3220.00

3684.00

6904.00

28.48

26.57

27.43

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
Benue

5483.00
23516.00

3091.00
15055.00

8574.00
38571.00

226.00
1903.00

145.00
1113.00

371.00
3016.00

4.12
8.09

4.69
7.39

4.33
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
Ebonyi

13236.00
14948.00

11602.00
13550.00

24838.00
28498.00

2118.00
1575.00

1819.00
1356.00

3937.00
2931.00

16.00
10.54

15.68
10.01

15.85
10.28

Edo

28245.00

25981.00

54226.00

13080.00

25691.00

46.31

48.54

47.38

Ekiti

8879.00

7911.00

16790.00

1492.00

12611.0
0
1279.00

2771.00

16.80

16.17

16.50

Enugu
Gombe

15117.00
3701.00

21233.00
2067.00

36350.00
5768.00

3556.00
73.00

4734.00
37.00

8290.00
110.00

23.52
1.97

22.30
1.79

22.81
1.91

Imo
Jigawa

16022.00
4568.00

19298.00
1235.00

35320.00
5803.00

3828.00
262.00

4401.00
255.00

8229.00
517.00

23.89
5.74

22.81
20.65

23.30
8.91

Kaduna
Kano

22963.00
15713.00

16084.00
8400.00

39047.00
24113.00

3413.00
2253.00

2742.00
1835.00

6155.00
4088.00

14.86
14.34

17.05
21.85

15.76
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

25904.00

34.01

34.66

34.33

15606.00

8470.00

750.00

26068.0
0
387.00

51972.00

Nassarawa

151381.0
0
24076.00

1137.00

4.81

4.57

4.72

Niger
Ogun

11630.00
21427.00

7071.00
19114.00

18701.00
40541.00

485.00
2852.00

384.00
2665.00

869.00
5517.00

4.17
13.31

5.43
13.94

4.65
13.61

Ondo
Osun

18170.00
18770.00

15329.00
16092.00

33499.00
34862.00

1847.00
1418.00

1504.00
1327.00

3351.00
2745.00

10.17
7.55

9.81
8.25

10.00
7.87

Oyo
Plateau

29057.00
16512.00

26146.00
12968.00

55203.00
29480.00

2288.00
901.00

2070.00
593.00

4358.00
1494.00

7.87
5.46

7.92
4.57

7.89
5.07

Rivers

35259.00

37051.00

72310.00

12628.00

25899.00

35.81

35.82

35.82

Sokoto

10657.00

3189.00

13846.00

1319.00

13271.0
0
282.00

1601.00

12.38

8.84

11.56

Taraba
Yobe

9084.00
7368.00

4433.00
2328.00

13517.00
9696.00

334.00
203.00

153.00
67.00

487.00
270.00

3.68
2.76

3.45
2.88

3.60
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

595152.0
496611.0
1091763.
104378.0
0
0
00
0
Source: West African Examinations Council, Lagos.

99613.0
0

203991.00

17.54

20.06

18.68

TOTAL

80

TABLE 3.11d:

STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2006.

STATE

NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO
SAT FOR THE EXAMS

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. &
MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

% OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN OF
FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENG. LANG & MATHS)

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

M

F

M&F

Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom

12524.00
16426.00
22030.00

15517.00
8836.00
23609.00

28041.00
25252.00
45639.00

1993.00
199.00
3974.00

1800.00
119.00
3726.00

3793.00
318.00
7700.00

15.91
1.21
18.04

11.60
1.35
15.78

13.53
1.26
16.87

Anambra

11444.00

16355.00

27799.00

1216.00

845.00

2061.00

10.63

5.17

7.41

Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue

6244.00
5866.00
26744.00

4505.00
3149.00
17501.00

10749.00
9015.00
44245.00

942.00
260.00
996.00

501.00
180.00
320.00

1443.00
442.00
1316.00

15.09
4.43
3.72

11.12
5.72
1.83

13.42
4.90
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
Imo

4300.00
14876.00

2475.00
17712.00

6775.00
32588.00

173.00
2373.00

51.00
2441.00

224.00
4814.00

4.02
15.95

2.06
13.78

3.31
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
Nassarawa

80049.00
17804.00

79541.00
10152.00

159593.00
27956.00

11190.00
587.00

7947.00
255.00

19137.00
842.00

13.98
3.30

9.99
2.51

11.99
3.01

Niger
Ogun

13019.00
22981.00

7975.00
20817.00

20994.00
43798.00

603.00
1966.00

235.00
1462.00

838.00
3428.00

4.63
8.55

2.95
7.02

3.99
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
Sokoto

37268.00
11751.00

29334.00
3469.00

76602.00
15220.00

8324.00
427.00

6084.00
132.00

14408.00
559.00

22.34
3.63

20.74
3.81

18.81
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
FCT

8043.00
3878.00

2254.00
4279.00

10297.00
8157.00

52.00
523.00

17.00
76.00

99.00
799.00

0.65
13.49

0.75
1.78

0.96
9.80

649726.00

526504.00

1184223.00

60986.00

44514.00

110417.00

9.39

8.45

9.32

TOTAL

Source: West Africa Examination Council, Lagos.

81

TABLE3.11e:

STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE 2007.

STATE

NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO
SAT FOR THE EXAMS

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

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

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG.
& MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

% OF CANDIDATES WITH
MIN OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHS)
M
F
M&F

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
Source: West Africa Examination Council, Lagos.

1275832.00

55079.00

43178.00

98133.00

7.90

7.50

7.69

82

TABLE 3.11f:

STATISTICS OF WAEC EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR MAY/JUNE, 2008.

STATE

TOTAL NUMBER OF CANDIDATES
WHO SAT FOR THE EXAMINATION

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF
FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENGLISH LANG. & MATHEMATICS)

PERCENTAGE OF
CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUN
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHEMATICS)
%M
%F
M&F

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

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
Benue

7030.00
24549.00

4341.00
16861.00

11371.00
41410.00

242.00
1316.00

147.00
563.00

389.00
1879.00

3.44
5.36

3.39
3.34

3.42
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
Ekiti

47636.00
11215.00

45154.00
10224.00

92790.00
21439.00

9243.00
797.00

7393.00
718.00

16636.00
1515.00

19.40
7.11

16.37
7.02

17.93
7.07

Enugu
Gombe

18155.00
4005.00

13389.00
2714.00

41544.00
6719.00

2874.00
75.00

2541.00
49.00

5415.00
124.00

15.83
1.87

18.98
1.81

13.03
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
Kano

33065.00
28672.00

23677.00
14216.00

56742.00
42888.00

2867.00
2065.00

1934.00
1324.00

4801.00
3389.00

8.67
7.20

8.17
9.31

8.46
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
Plateau

32926.00
22886.00

30408.00
18242.00

63334.00
41128.00

1642.00
1001.00

1262.00
624.00

2904.00
1625.00

4.99
4.37

4.15
3.42

4.59
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
FCT

10378.00
4710.00

3281.00
5070.00

13659.00
9780.00

104.00
803.00

31.00
553.00

135.00
1356.00

1.00
17.05

0.94
10.91

0.99
13.87

747161.0
612010.00
1369171.00
0
Source: West Africa Examination Council, Lagos.

72118.00

55029.00

127147.00

9.65

8.99

9.29

TOTAL

83

TABLE 3.11g

STATE

Abia

STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2003.
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO
SAT THE EXAMination

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF FIVE
(5) CREDITS (INCLUDING ENGLISH
LANG. & MATHEMATICS)

% OF CANDIDATES
WITH MIN OF FIVE (5)
CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENG.& MATHS)

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

M

F

M&F

M

F

M&F

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

20907.00

13429.00

34336.00

5615.00

3599.00

9214.00

26.86

26.80

26.83

Benue
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

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

8325.00

2756.00

11081.00

165.00

186.00

351.00

1.98

6.75

3.17

Imo

Katsina
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

131352.00

116085.00

247437.00

26.34

28.75

27.42

498648.0
403816.00
902464.00
0
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.
TOTAL

84

TABLE 3.11h
STATE

STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2004.

NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO
SAT THE EXAMINATION

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG.
& MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

7,478

9,751

17,229

1,801

2,130

3,931

12,674

6,844

19,518

239

132

371

19,823

21,747

41,570

4,398

5,507

9,905

7,261

11,993

19,254

1,476

1,699

3,175

9,937

4,273

14,210

660

205

865

5,391

3,644

9,035

1,957

1,491

3,448

20,737

13,818

34,555

2,907

1,802

4,709

10,538

5,478

16,016

1,248

838

2,086

13,951

12,823

26,774

1,569

1,639

3,208

18,712

18,643

37,355

2,635

2,532

5,167

8,705

8,137

16,842

2,479

2,257

4,736

21,523

19,289

40,812

9,279

8,301

17,580

8,720

8,261

16,981

1,699

1,736

3,435

12,648

18,779

31,427

3,093

4,281

7,374

7,648

3,144

10,792

171

30

201

12,401

16,471

28,872

1,753

2,252

4,005

4,996

1,174

6,170

982

271

1,253

25,561

16,729

42,290

2,529

1,815

4,344

18,836

7,667

26,503

227

117

344

10,031

3,254

13,285

230

380

610

6,539

2,299

8,838

301

193

494

20,686

15,415

36,101

1,513

1,014

2,527

14,556

11,530

26,086

995

814

1,809

32,717

35,108

67,825

7,255

6,681

13,936

12,506

6,769

19,275

923

462

1,385

12,807

7,892

20,699

1,022

712

1,734

13,370

12,736

26,106

4,403

4,416

8,819

17,379

14,961

32,340

2,782

2,395

5,177

17,828

16,304

34,132

4,959

4,781

9,740

22,870

21,948

3,383

3,167

6,550

13,354

10,462

23,816

594

474

1,068

21,362

21,402

42,764

6,036

5,998

12,034

Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
Cross River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun
Ondo
Osun

Oyo
Plateau

44,818

Rivers
Sokoto

85

% OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHS)
M
F
M&F
24.08

21.84

22.82

1.89

1.93

1.90

22.19

25.32

23.83

20.33

14.17

16.49

6.64

4.80

6.09

36.30

40.92

38.16

14.02

13.04

13.63

11.84

15.30

13.02

11.25

12.78

11.98

14.08

13.58

13.83

28.48

27.74

28.12

43.11

43.03

43.08

19.48

21.01

20.23

24.45

22.80

23.46

2.24

0.95

1.86

14.14

13.67

13.87

19.66

23.08

20.31

9.89

10.85

10.27

1.21

1.53

1.30

2.29

11.68

4.59

4.60

8.39

5.59

7.31

6.58

7.00

6.84

7.06

6.93

22.18

19.03

20.55

7.38

6.83

7.19

7.98

9.02

8.38

32.93

34.67

33.78

16.01

16.01

16.01

27.82

29.32

28.54

14.79

14.43

14.61

4.45

4.53

4.48

28.26

28.03

28.14

0.30

1.07

0.47

8,933

2,431

11,364

27

26

53

6,883

3,254

10,137

370

180

550

5,781

1,768

7,549

74

34

108

7,392

1,792

9,184

55

78

133

3,548

3,501

7,049

520

426

946

897,573

76,544

71,266

147,810

Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL
496,082
401,491
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

86

5.38

5.53

5.43

1.28

1.92

1.43

0.74

4.35

1.45

14.66

12.17

13.42

15.43

17.75

16.47

TABLE 3.11i
STATE

STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2005.
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES
WHO SAT FOR THE
EXAMINATION

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. &
MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

7,254

8,751

16,005

1,019

1,271

2,290

12,925

7,230

20,155

657

311

968

13,084

14,576

27,660

1,369

1,535

2,904

5,711

8,292

14,003

615

742

1,357

12,402

4,615

17,017

845

358

1,203

6,050

4,320

10,370

931

747

1,678

21,810

14,376

36,186

1,820

1,028

2,848

11,033

5,866

16,899

984

902

1,886

4,437

4,143

8,580

672

461

1,133

16,218

15,415

31,633

1,591

1,387

2,978

10,530

9,400

19,930

1,039

850

1,889

22,962

20,566

43,528

6,112

5,455

11,567

8,130

7,444

15,574

1,425

1,434

2,859

13,693

19,693

33,386

1,456

2,215

3,671

9,309

4,239

13,548

158

75

233

12,830

15,360

28,190

624

779

1,403

5,188

1,149

6,337

2,800

349

3,149

28,205

17,375

45,580

71

81

152

22,290

8,418

30,708

736

492

1,228

11,288

4,094

15,382

644

179

823

8,023

2,636

10,659

537

347

884

18,676

14,100

32,776

1,443

1,069

2,512

14,194

11,357

25,551

1,007

671

1,678

29,235

31,027

60,262

3,973

3,848

7,821

14,200

7,744

21,944

1,693

854

2,547

14,257

8,538

22,795

566

288

854

11,950

11,398

23,348

1,988

1,936

3,924

18,013

14,192

32,205

577

498

1,075

20,067
21,209

17,205
19,426

37,272
40,635

1,898
2,145

1,872
1,782

3,770
3,927

16,201

12,358

28,559

595

366

961

Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
Cross River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun
Ondo
Osun
Oyo

Plateau

87

% OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN OF
FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENG. LANG & MATHS)
M

F

M&F

14.05

14.52

14.31

5.08

4.30

4.80

10.46

10.53

10.50

10.77

8.95

9.69

6.81

7.76

7.07

15.39

17.29

16.18

8.34

7.15

7.87

8.92

15.38

11.16

15.15

11.13

13.21

9.81

9.00

9.41

9.87

9.04

9.48

26.62

26.52

26.57

17.53

19.26

18.36

10.63

11.25

11.00

1.70

1.77

1.72

4.86

5.07

4.98

53.97

30.37

49.69

0.25

0.47

0.33

3.30

5.84

4.00

5.71

4.37

5.35

6.69

13.16

8.29

7.73

7.58

7.66

7.09

5.91

6.57

13.59

12.40

12.98

11.92

11.03

11.61

3.97

3.37

3.75

16.64

16.99

16.81

3.20

3.51

3.34

9.46

10.88

10.11

10.11

9.17

9.66

3.67

2.96

3.36

Rivers
17,236

17,011

34,247

2,034

2,117

4,151

11,984

3,322

15,306

387

245

632

9,142

4,422

13,564

291

125

416

7,397

2,137

9,534

58

38

96

8,638

2,098

10,736

905

365

1,270

3,651

3,423

7,074

374

300

674

499,422
377,716
877,138
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

46,039

37,372

83,411

Sokoto
Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
FCT

TOTAL

88

11.80

12.44

12.12

3.23

7.38

4.13

3.18

2.83

3.07

0.78

1.78

1.01

10.48

17.40

11.83

10.24

8.76

9.53

9.22

9.89

9.51

TABLE 3.11j
STATE

Abia

STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2006.
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO
SAT FOR THE EXAMINATION

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF
FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENGLISH LANG. &
MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

7477.00

9139.00

16616.00

3465.00

3766.00

% OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN OF
FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENG. LANG & MATHS)
M

F

M&F

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

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

Anambra

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

9260.00

2714.00

11974.00

989.00

647.00

1636.00

10.68

23.84

13.66

17026.00

9513.00

26539.00

5459.00

2872.00

8331.00

32.06

30.19

31.39

3633.00

3970.00

7603.00

928.00

779.00

1707.00

25.54

19.62

22.45

540790.00

412996.00

953786.00

142040.00

116609.00

258649.00

26.27

28.23

27.12

Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL

Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

89

TABLE 3.11k
STATE

STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2007.
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES
WHO SAT FOR THE
EXAMINATION

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG. &
MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

7,881

9,364

17,245

3,892

4,101

7,993

15,710

8,867

24,577

1,458

739

2,197

18,273

19,583

37,856

6,739

7,501

14,240

7,881

11,084

18,965

3,116

3,463

6,579

16,675

6,737

23,412

2,471

884

3,355

7,771

5,990

13,761

4,693

3,711

8,404

25,065

17,271

42,336

8,662

5,443

14,105

13,379

7,044

20,423

1,787

962

2,749

7,720

6,992

14,712

3,012

2,688

5,700

14,225

14,123

28,348

6,558

6,247

12,805

11,927

10,628

22,555

4,218

3,681

7,899

21,701

20,304

42,005

11,232

10,686

21,918

9,250

8,625

17,875

4,817

4,627

9,444

15,629

21,435

37,064

5,206

6,567

11,773

11,745

5,314

17,059

1,063

461

1,524

11,778

14,755

26,533

4,913

6,845

11,758

6,958

1,377

8,335

2,180

488

2,668

32,446

20,119

52,565

8,048

5,465

13,513

28,014

10,713

38,727

4,997

2,346

7,343

18,195

5,759

23,954

3,875

1,419

5,294

10,083

3,475

13,558

1,838

584

2,422

19,622

15,423

35,045

6,972

5,332

12,304

18,872

14,513

33,385

5,634

4,390

10,024

28,697

30,117

58,814

11,839

11,480

23,319

20,009

11,949

31,958

5,806

3,719

9,525

18,204

11,285

29,489

3,464

2,314

5,778

16,159

15,483

31,642

7,572

7,143

14,715

18,481

15,583

34,064

4,837

3,754

8,591

16,975

15,225

32,200

4,030

3,645

7,675

25,849

25,137

50,986

8,335

7,502

15,837

Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
Cross River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun
Ondo
Osun
Oyo

90

% OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHS)
M
F
M&F
49.38

43.80

46.35

9.28

8.33

8.94

36.88

38.30

37.62

39.54

31.24

34.69

14.82

13.12

14.33

60.39

61.95

61.07

34.56

31.52

33.32

13.36

13.66

13.46

39.02

38.44

38.74

46.10

44.23

45.17

35.37

34.63

35.02

51.76

52.63

52.18

52.08

53.65

52.83

33.31

30.64

31.76

9.05

8.68

8.93

41.71

46.39

44.31

31.33

35.44

32.01

24.80

27.16

25.71

17.84

21.90

18.96

21.30

24.64

22.10

18.23

16.81

17.86

35.53

34.57

35.11

29.85

30.25

30.03

41.26

38.12

39.65

29.02

31.12

29.80

19.03

20.51

19.59

46.86

46.13

46.50

26.17

24.09

25.22

23.74

23.94

23.84

32.24

29.84

31.06

Plateau
18,249

15,297

33,546

4,397

3,328

7,725

18,795

17,905

36,700

7,144

7,072

14,216

10,404

3,192

13,596

655

571

1,226

10,461

5,500

15,961

1,267

720

1,987

10,459

3,554

14,013

73

49

122

11,161

2,817

13,978

115

35

150

3,921

4,233

8,154

1,450

1,484

2,934

578,624
436,772
1,015,396
Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

168,365

141,446

309,811

Rivers
Sokoto
Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL

91

24.09

21.76

23.03

38.01

39.50

38.74

6.30

17.89

9.02

12.11

13.09

12.45

0.70

1.38

0.87

1.03

1.24

1.07

36.98

35.06

35.98

29.10

32.38

30.51

TABLE 3.11l
STATE

Abia

STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR JUNE/JULY, 2008.
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO
SAT FOR THE EXAMINATION

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF FIVE
(5) CREDITS (INCLUDING ENGLISH
LANG. & MATHEMATICS)

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

M

na

na

19,308

4,948

F

M&F

% OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHS)
M
F
M&F

10,895

25.63

30.80

56.43

15,365

31.09

18.28

49.37

25,250

29.39

32.16

61.52

12,664

28.16

31.79

59.95

14,625

35.68

15.12

50.80

10,505

40.70

32.38

73.08

31,791

39.18

25.22

64.40

14,822

38.45

25.06

63.51

13,391

36.18

25.61

66.83

23,101

35.45

35.69

71.14

18,188

31.46

29.57

61.02

37,370

39.69

35.75

75.44

13,966

34.41

30.98

66.35

23,596

26.62

33.79

60.41

14,038

43.43

18.68

62.11

9,027

40.17

14.76

54.93

5,661

35.15

5.65

40.80

33,506

32.80

22.81

55.61

26,696

37.21

15.63

52.84

14,060

43.86

15.98

59.84

5,197

22.50

9.44

31.94

24,075

35.79

27.18

62.97

11,333

23.07

17.31

40.38

41,171

28.65

27.81

56.46

24,901

39.18

22.21

61.39

14,526

29.99

16.92

46.90

23,216

34.94

33.26

68.20

16,188

25.28

21.84

47.12

20,723

30.08

26.51

56.58

28,231

27.46

24.88

52.34

16,045

21.70

16.68

38.37

5,947
Adamawa

na

na

31,125

9,676
5,689

Akwa Ibom

na

na

41,041

12,061
13,199

Anambra

na

na

21,123

5,948
6,716

Bauchi

na

na

28,789

10,272
4,353

Bayelsa

na

na

14,374

5,850
4,655

Benue

na

na

49,368

19,340
12,451

Borno

na

na

23,337

8,973
5,849

Cross River

na

na

20,036

7,250
5,131

Delta

na

na

32,474

11,511
11,590

Ebonyi

na

na

29,805

9,376
8,812

Edo

na

na

49,538

19,661
17,709

Ekiti

na

na

21,049

7,244
6,522

Enugu

na

na

39,060

10,399
13,197

Gombe

na

na

22,601

9,816
4,222

Imo

na

na

16,434

6,601
2,426

Jigawa

na

na

13,875

4,877
784

Kaduna

na

na

60,251

19,761
13,745

Kano

na

na

50,520

18,801
7,895

Katsina

na

na

23,497

10,305
3,755

Kebbi

na

na

16,271

3,661
1,536

Kogi

na

na

38,231

13,684
10,391

Kwara

na

na

28,067

6,475
4,858

Lagos

na

na

72,922

20,889
20,282

Nassarawa

na

na

40,560

15,893
9,008

Niger

na

na

30,972

9,287
5,239

Ogun

na

na

34,041

11,893
11,323

Ondo

na

na

34,358

8,684
7,504

Osun

na

na

36,623

11,015
9,708

Oyo

na

na

53,939

14,810
13,421

Plateau

na

na

41,812

9,072
6,973

92

Rivers

na

na

41,765

13,359

26,073

31.99

30.44

62.43

9,027

40.17

14.76

54.93

7,608

20.95

9.53

30.48

5,369

28.63

9.88

38.51

3,362

16.72

4.17

20.89

3,986

22.05

19.89

41.94

649,548

32.12

23.86

56.09

12,714
Sokoto

na

na

16,434

6,601
2,426

Taraba

na

na

24,963

5,229
2,379

Yobe

na

na

13,941

3,991
1,378

Zamfara

na

na

16,095

2,691
671

FCT

na

na

9,504

2,096
1,890

TOTAL

na

na

1,158,103

372,000
276,348

Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

93

TABLE 3.11m
STATE

STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2003.
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO SAT
THE EXAMINATION

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF
FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENGLISH LANG. & MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

1,879

2,086

3,965

131

139

270

1,164

581

1,745

5

2

7

1,601

1,613

3,214

514

721

1,235

2,271

3,619

5,890

173

450

623

1,994

448

2,442

39

9

48

654

359

1,013

40

29

69

1,462

729

2,191

138

72

210

985

353

1,338

18

3

21

4,076

3,303

7,379

489

503

992

8,626

6,172

14,798

426

481

907

2,522

2,585

5,107

308

419

727

5,989

3,616

9,605

389

389

778

2,697

1,649

4,346

129

88

217

58,796

9,046

67,842

719

1,579

2,298

931

243

1,174

15

2

17

2,708

3,453

6,161

374

634

1,008

419

64

483

16

4

20

9,346

4,330

13,676

721

358

1,079

4,536

1,085

5,621

79

28

107

1,872

444

2,316

29

5

34

1,245

432

1,677

90

23

113

1,526

775

2,301

147

98

245

13,325

14,351

27,676

2,140

2,313

4,453

14,351

10,114

24,465

2,313

2,057

4,370

1,050

423

1,473

52

36

88

3,805

1,910

5,715

142

58

200

5,662

4,432

10,094

1,680

1,574

3,254

6,779

4,627

11,406

415

339

754

Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
Cross River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun
Ondo

94

% OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN OF
FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENG. LANG & MATHS)
M
F
M&F
6.97

6.66

6.81

0.43

0.34

0.40

32.10

44.70

38.43

7.62

12.43

10.58

1.96

2.01

1.97

6.12

8.08

6.81

9.44

9.88

9.58

1.83

0.85

1.57

12.00

15.23

13.44

4.94

7.79

6.13

12.21

16.21

14.24

6.50

10.76

8.10

4.78

5.34

4.99

1.22

17.46

3.39

1.61

0.82

1.45

13.81

18.36

16.36

3.82

6.25

4.14

7.71

8.27

7.89

1.74

2.58

1.90

1.55

1.13

1.47

7.23

5.32

6.74

9.63

12.65

10.65

16.06

16.12

16.09

16.12

20.34

17.86

4.95

8.51

5.97

3.73

3.04

3.50

29.67

35.51

32.24

6.12

7.33

6.61

Osun
12,001

9,367

21,368

1,052

1,080

2,132

23,361

19,588

42,949

2,623

2,857

5,480

2,684

1,811

4,495

152

107

259

4,846

3,958

8,804

466

560

1,026

952

356

1,308

73

45

118

296

89

385

10

5

15

245

63

308

11

767

148

915

29

6

35

5,493

4,173

9,666

241

202

443

212,916

122,395

335,311

16,388

17,275

33,663

Oyo
Plateau

Rivers
Sokoto
Taraba
Yobe

-

FCT
TOTAL

95

11.53

9.98

11.23

14.59

12.76

5.66

5.91

5.76

9.62

14.15

11.65

7.67

12.64

9.02

3.38

5.62

3.90

4.49

0.00

3.57

3.78

4.05

3.83

4.39

4.84

4.58

7.70

14.11

10.04

11

Zamfara

Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

8.77

TABLE 3.11n STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2004.
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO
SAT THE EXAMINATION
STATE
MALE
Abia

FEMALE
1,620

1,293
Adamawa

2,913

181

306

487

1,001

20

2

22

3,529

501

590

1,091

5,153

228

307

535

2,942

101

30

131

725

76

54

130

2,942

101

30

131

1,795

44

11

55

5,388

369

391

760

16,217

1,465

1,264

2,729

5,189

361

466

827

9,603

1,464

1,079

2,543

4,062

254

215

469

15,347

1,065

1,856

2,921

2,537

39

12

51

7,318

712

1,131

1,843

273
728

Akwa Ibom

1,763
1,766

Anambra

3,047
2,106

Bauchi

605
2,337

Bayelsa

260
465

Benue

605
2,337

Borno

422
1,373

Cross River

2,611
2,777

Delta

7,090
9,127

Ebonyi

2,639
2,550

Edo

3,857
5,746

Ekiti

1,563
2,499

Enugu

9,319
6,028

Gombe

1,620
917

Imo

4,161
3,157

Jigawa

TOTAL

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENGLISH LANG.
& MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

% OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHS)
M
F
M&F
14.00

18.89

16.72

2.75

0.73

2.20

28.37

33.47

30.92

10.83

10.08

10.38

4.32

4.96

4.45

16.34

20.77

17.93

4.32

4.96

4.45

3.20

2.61

3.06

13.29

14.98

14.11

16.05

17.83

16.83

14.16

17.66

15.94

25.48

27.98

26.48

10.16

13.76

11.55

17.67

19.92

19.03

4.25

0.74

2.01

22.55

27.18

25.18

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

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

4.27

3.88

4.15

1,543

45

19

64

6,308

733

361

1,094

17.54

16.96

17.34

Katsina

Nassarawa

490
1,053

Niger

4,179

2,129

96

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

13.62

18.42

14.71

333

35

14

49
7.73

4.48

7.01

999

60

10

70
0.95

1.71

1.09

641

5

2

7
7.67

7.36

7.54

7,960

345

255

600

293,883

31,646

29,066

60,712

18.50

23.66

20.66

Taraba

76
257

Yobe

223
776

Zamfara

117
524

FCT

3,463
4,497

TOTAL

171,020

122,863

Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

97

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

Abia

NUMBER OF CANDIDATES
WHO SAT THE EXAMINATION

MALE

FEMALE

899

1,121

TOTAL

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF
FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENGLISH LANG. &
MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

% OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHS)
M
F
M&F

219

363

582

24.36

32.38

28.81

29

8

37

3.90

2.38

3.43

318

356

674

23.75

25.05

24.42

190

325

515

12.10

14.25

13.38

66

31

97

3.26

5.46

3.74

151

107

258

28.71

32.23

30.07

66

31

97

3.26

5.46

3.74

142

49

191

9.07

7.99

8.77

203

246

449

8.66

11.06

9.83

292

308

600

2.92

3.79

3.31

178

200

378

9.03

9.57

9.31

498

466

964

8.04

10.93

9.22

91

60

151

8.20

4.20

5.95

535

1,079

1,614

9.74

12.92

11.66

32

13

45

2.73

3.29

2.87

262

403

665

12.34

14.47

13.55

-

-

-

1,254

798

2,052

14.17

17.35

15.26

186

56

242

4.60

7.34

5.04

100

31

131

4.98

7.67

5.43

129

38

167

10.11

12.22

10.52

101

81

182

4.96

5.81

5.30

726

662

1,388

10.00

12.03

10.88

1,987

1,843

3,830

17.98

20.47

19.09

199

104

303

16.06

15.66

15.92

961

634

1,595

22.17

25.00

23.22

2,653

2,685

5,338

25.00

27.54

26.22

248

198

446

5.46

5.64

5.54

1,801

1,450

3,251

13.16

12.79

12.99

4,296

4,443

8,739

17.46

20.42

18.85

322

236

558

10.45

10.52

10.48

271

345

616

8.69

12.18

10.35

2,020
Adamawa

744

336
1,080

Akwa Ibom

1,339

1,421
2,760

Anambra

1,570

2,280
3,850

Bauchi

2,024

568
2,592

Bayelsa

526

332
858

Benue

2,024

568
2,592

Borno

1,566

613
2,179

Cross River

2,344

2,224
4,568

Delta

10,013

8,136
18,149

Ebonyi

1,972

2,090
4,062

Edo

6,197

4,264
10,461

Ekiti

1,110

1,427
2,537

Enugu

5,491

8,353
13,844

Gombe

1,174

395
1,569

Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna

2,123

2,785

-

-

8,850

4,600

4,908
13,450

Kano

4,041

763
4,804

Katsina

2,010

404
2,414

Kebbi

1,276

311
1,587

Kogi

2,038

1,395
3,433

Kwara

7,261

5,501
12,762

Lagos

11,053

9,005
20,058

Nassarawa

1,239

664
1,903

Niger

4,334

2,536
6,870

Ogun

10,613

9,748
20,361

Ondo

4,542

3,512
8,054

Osun

13,690

11,336
25,026

Oyo

24,604

21,753
46,357

Plateau

3,081

2,244
5,325

Rivers

3,120

2,832
5,952

98

Sokoto

1,162

1,298

26

131

157

2.24

10.09

6.38

70

22

92

13.62

10.78

12.81

124

8

132

13.58

4.21

11.97

23

9

32

6.01

12.16

7.00

368

264

632

11.58

10.14

10.93

19,117

18,083

37,200

12.83

15.34

13.94

2,460
Taraba

514

204
718

Yobe

913

190
1,103

Zamfara

383

74
457

FCT

3,178

2,604
5,782

TOTAL

149,018

117,887
266,905

Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

99

TABLE 3.11p

STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2006
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO
SAT THE EXAMINATION

STATE

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF
FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENGLISH LANG. &
MATHEMATICS)
M
F
M&F

% OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. LANG &
MATHS)
M
F
M&F

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

1,157

1,183

2,340

148

168

316

12.79

14.20

13.50

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

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

-

-

-

-

-

-

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

Abia
Adamawa

Bayelsa

Jigawa

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

1,579

246

1,825

344

52

396

21.79

21.14

21.70

Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL

633

140

773

67

23

90

10.58

16.43

11.64

3,481

2,730

6,211

891

651

1,542

25.60

23.85

24.83

164,450

208,746

368,598

27,567

21,819

50,783

16.76

10.45

13.78

Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

100

TABLE 3.11q
STATE

STATISTICS OF NECO EXAMINATION RESULTS FOR NOV/DEC, 2007
NUMBER OF CANDIDATES WHO
SAT THE EXAMINATION

CANDIDATES WITH MINIMUM OF
FIVE (5) CREDITS (INCLUDING
ENGLISH LANG. & MATHS)
M
F
M&F

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

Abia

1,013

1,154

2,167

5

Adamawa

1,648

833

2,481

3

Akwa Ibom

1,310

1,126

2,436

6

Anambra

1,904

2,611

4,515

17

Bauchi

3,303

807

4,110

10

Bayelsa

10

% OF CANDIDATES WITH MIN
OF FIVE (5) CREDITS
(INCLUDING ENG. & MATHS)
M
F
M&F

15

0.49

0.87

0.69

-

3

0.18

0.00

0.12

5

11

0.46

0.44

0.45

26

43

0.89

1.00

0.95

10

20

0.30

1.24

0.49

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

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

Delta

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
TOTAL

4,823

3,573

8,396

8

5

13

0.17

0.14

0.15

214,095

149,836

363,931

16,403

5,100

21,503

7.66

3.40

5.91

Source: National Examinations Council,Minna.

101

TABLE 3.12: TOTAL ENROLMENT IN ADULT LITERACY EDUCATION CENTRES BY STATE AND
GENDER, 2004 - 2008
STATE
Abia

2004
MF

F

2005
MF

2006
MF

F

F

2007
MF

F

2008
MF

F

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

5,941

1,358

76,795

39,157

87,,959
415

47,653

46,457

31,664

31,539

9,441

4,400
30,000

2,594
23,853

393
51,351

243
38,125

235
28,198

5,281
46,457

3,421
31,664

6,260
45,862

5,607
30,734

24,768

4,223

196
na

64
na

48
Na

221,528

66,890

41,070

13,554

na

56,693

36,427

17,812

11,253

na

na
32,597

22,483

18,379

12,686

Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue

37,,834

Borno

217

Cross River
24,488

14,038

Delta
12,175

8,683

16,668

10,271

18,020

9,481

17,877

1,578

18,,560

4,614

36,663

22,483

29,615

16,309

6,132

3,530

26,525

16,360

30,,875

13,365

17,196

9,274

23,380

13,303

616

512

1,571

1,222

1,,391

1,078

2,091

1,329

2,074

1,493

230,361

141,021

19,855

8,556

25,,081

12,697

57,008

33,536

43,526

26,038

19,119

7,301

37,198

16,510

45,,917

23,226

46,572

37,302

19,463

7,486

23,106

16,368

26,417
na

18,632
na

26,,027
na

18,962
na

25,748

19,046

32,449

16,534

2,610

1,459

5,298

2,522

19,588

12,463

na

na

na

na
22,912

11,703

14,299

8,138

Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
11,272

6,225

13,200

3,960

28,391

10,661

30,,675

10,688

49,682

29,864

75,502

43,206

17,820

5,320

41,190

13,508

117,,982

34,271

25,082

13,089

26,261

14,978

55,294

4,824

70,504

13,532

74,,902

13,215

115,484

43,991

57,805

6,215

7,887

4,472

10,202

4,327

10,,830

5,501

7,769

4,704

11,830

7,764

10,196

4,932

43,538

21,138

39,,386

5,361

-na

-na

10,305

5,189

34,419

24,146

32,010

15,016

36,,087

17,405

76,140

50,585

19,012

12,063

12,432

6,013

20,634

10,522

42,,033

22,338

24,785

12,383

14,930

8,267

21,445

9,053

26,478

14,328

28,,013

15,857

43,291

19,480

23,583

11,296

1,701

979

41,056

2,,408

4,,404

2,538

3,676

2,143

4,488

3,234

19,791

8,366

19,290

10,569

12,,205

7,012

14,560

9,182

20,977

12,232

39,188

21,904

43,831

4,351

42,,013

6,230

154,901

76,457

78,596

41,864

5,321

2,966

11,187

6,585

2,705

4,170

2,630

7,757

4,178

13,122

30,546

19,089

34,381

21,553

8,239

5,917

6,372

3,935

Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun

Ondo

Osun

Oyo

4,470

Plateau

20,543
15,855

11,033

56,643

5,811

Rivers

19,224

13,199

na

na

na

102

Sokoto

86,796
56,643

5,811

81,883

30,022

Taraba
520

144

3,588

2,769

Yobe

52,866

12,726

70,845

23,923

5,699

1,848

882

10,525

7,203

17,040

162,928

44,569

36,907

18,642

286,624

80,988

69,795

14,291

8,078

30,859

15,641

11,184

7,328

439,377

1,858,871

846,128

1,129,365

568,68
7

68,852
25,292

6,130

Zamfara
45,500

60,092
na

15,176
na

na

2,901

FCT

14,236
8,002

Total

29,827
6,513

4,250

12,655

7,156
1,035,860

961,669

446,410

926,075

403,506

Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
(2) National Commission for Mass Literacy

Note: na= Not available

103

TABLE 3.13:
STATE
Abia

NUMBER OF NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS BY STATE, 2004 - 2008
2004
2005
2006
6
8
9

2007
81

2008
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

104

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

485

498

5,990

5,822

5,605

Enugu
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

432,411

415,426

Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
(2)National Council for Nomadic Education
Note: na = Not available

105

408,705

TABLE 3.15:
STATE
Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom

NUMBER OF NOMADIC PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS BY STATE, 2004 - 2008
2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

33

45

54

198

586

243

252

252

252

466

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

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

147

149

149

149

294

Imo

Kwara
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

76

76

76

56

103

FCT

146

158

158

158

214

Total

6881

7118

7711

8665

12059

Zamfara

Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
(2)National Council for Nomadic Education, Kaduna.

106

TABLE 3.16

NATIONAL SUMMARY OF NOMADIC SCHOOL STATISTICS, 2004-2008

STATE

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

1,981

2,034

2,294

2,426

2,289

363,553

375,598

408,705

432,411

415,426

6,861

6,918

7,711

8,665

12,059
8,044

5,626

5,742

5,112

6,122

1,235

1,176

2,599

2,543

8,148

8,741

3,614

4,713

52

54

53

34

Total Schools
Total Enrolment
Total Teachers
Total Male Teachers
Total Female Teachers

4,015

Total Class Rooms
Total Pupil /Teacher
Ratio

3,674

Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
(2)National Council for Nomadic Education, Kaduna.

(3) 2006 Revised Data.

107

33

TABLE 3.17
NAME OF
INSTITUTION
FCE, Abeokuta
FCE(T), Akoka
FCE(T), Asaba
FCE(T), Bichi
FCE, Eha-Amufu
FCE(T), Gombe
FCE(T), Gusau
FCE ,Kano
FCE, Katsina
FCE, Kontagora
FCE, Obudu
FCE,Okene
FCE(T), Omoku
Adeyemi
COE,Ondo
FCE(S) Oyo
FCE,Pankshin
FCE(T), Potiskum
FCE(T), Umunze
FCE, Yola
FCE, Zaria
COE,Afaha Nsit
COE, Agbor
COE, Akamkpa
COE, Akwanga
COE,Ankpa
COE Argungu
COE, Arochukwu
COE,Azare
UIECEST, Bama
IKCOE,Dutsinma
COE, Ekiadolor
LACOPED,Epe
COE, Gashua
COE, Gidan
Waya
COE, Gindiri
COE, Gumel
COE, Hong
TASCE,Ijebu-Ode
COE,Ikere-Ekiti
COE,Ila-Orangun
COE,Ilesha
COE,Ilorin
COE, Jalingo
COE, Katsina Ala
COE, Kumbotso
COE(T),Lafiagi
KICOE, Maiduguri
COE , Minna
NOCOE, Nsugbe
COE, Oju
COE, Oro
AOCOE,OtoIjanikin
AICOE, Owerri
OYSCOE, Oyo
COE, Port
Harcourt
SSCOE, Sokoto

TOTAL STUDENT ENROLMENT IN NIGERIAN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION BY
INSTITUTION AND SEX, 2003/2004-2007/2008
PUB/
2003/2004
2004/2005
2005/2006
2006/2007
2007/2008
PRIV
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB

MF
6716
3833
3681
1683
5159
4305
2083
11413
2687
5186
13202
7735
2813
5377

F
4607
2365
2750
377
4263
1032
2057
4058
725
2412
6799
4704
1537
3689

MF
6178
3465
3529
1795
5430
3987
2163
14653
2638
5227
18183
6753
2583
5370

F
4409
2537
2236
540
4742
1930
2148
8419
897
2457
10901
4903
1519
3883

MF
4079
3398
3331
1705
4520
3344
1943
9525
2402
5348
12263
6867
2638
3684

F
2921
2370
2533
425
3833
1191
1935
3242
691
2566
5898
4515
1358
2601

MF
4165
3386
3271
2167
4107
2508
2070
6139
2456
4836
9566
6173
2501
2739

F
3041
2272
2612
482
3404
810
2070
2100
860
2238
5161
4078
1313
1954

MF
4239
3468
3886
2929
4713
2026
2051
7765
2341
4506
9490
4743
2730
2739

F
3033
2368
3164
659
3946
688
2051
2768
992
2096
5127
3041
1466
1954

PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB

7670
6473
2212
1602
6548
11536
8679
12411
na
6025
5193
2059
748
2789
1847
4271
6584
1411
1126
5697

4925
2786
691
1438
3121
6848
6792
9054
na
2277
2635
480
514
680
609
347
4689
912
400
2052

7670
6473
2528
1349
6226
7429
10453
10318
na
11537
5190
1857
895
3289
1881
4271
6319
1411
1623
7875

4925
2786
1334
1245
2373
4328
8341
7351
na
6277
3036
525
626
1180
841
347
4716
832
618
3264

6799
7077
2908
1194
3532
10205
5851
na
na
8844
5590
2151
1075
3441
1546
4648
5572
na
na
na

4296
3203
986
1060
1751
5104
3673
na
na
2911
2663
529
701
748
534
421
4164
na
na
na

5628
7284
3191
1576
4169
11154
5661
7758
na
10561
6487
4661
1277
4033
3018
5040
6052
na
3193
na

3827
3278
899
1334
1213
5175
3379
4863
na
3376
2625
1299
769
1117
772
472
3812
na
845
na

6353
7061
2565
2212
6007
6070
4433

4174
3255
1109
1810
1932
2866
2703

PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB
PUB

4604
NA
3401
3900
14069
8441
9447
12447
na
8079
8459
1712
2144
5989
5057
6872
11683
5931

1876
NA
1208
2697
9815
5307
6329
7700
na
3219
1859
615
1169
2370
4561
2758
7147
3860

5639
4529
4070
3900
13535
9952
7540
11165
7080
9498
11321
1462
2544
7116
4904
8033
11203
5001

2557
614
1659
2697
10185
7276
5495
7095
3205
4975
3776
695
1631
3396
4427
4237
6927
3471

4015
4649
4807
3413
11276
na
6616
7978
4977
na
na
na
na
8740
4567
9182
8943
5088

1773
367
1723
1903
8184
na
4530
4815
1520
na
na
na
na
3108
4003
3887
4493
2073

8227
5777
5016
na
5972
na
7476
3597
11795
na
11378
na
na
8601
4150
1564
na
5149

3212
500
1838
na
4292
na
4796
2429
2124
na
2590
na
na
3131
3680
884
na
3449

PUB
PUB
PUB

7277
9137
700

6104
5246
408

7277
8408
875

6104
5035
676

5474
6812
779

4591
4122
430

5421
6646
735

PUB

8748

2548

8490

2624

na

na

na

108

na

na
8704
4737
2840
2229
5177
2067
5574
4815
na
na
na
na

3468
4299
560
1516
1189
565
1797
3334
na
na
na
na

2955

1267

5980
na
7961
na
na
6057
12228
na
na
na
na
6375
5337
10672
11592
4103

2309
na
5162
na
na
4196
3499
na
na
na
na
2601
4461
4339
6010
2789

4624
4080
408

5165
7258
478

4248
4887
31

na

na

na

COE, Waka Biu
COE, Warri
St. Aug.COE
Lagos
IOECU COE,
Enugu
OSISATECH,
Enugu
Nig ArmySchOf
Educ,ILorin
FCT, COE Zuba
JNI COE, Kaduna
Suleiman COE,
Ososa
COE, Maru
Ebonyi State COE
Ikwo
City COE,
Mararaba
Mufutau Lanihun
COE Ib.
ATCI COE, Enugu
Delar COE,
Ibadan
Yewa Central
COE, Ayetoro

PUB
PUB
PRIV

2618
7380
208

801
5102
181

3062
7448
142

1296
5472
128

na
9130
180

na
6677
148

na
8337
98

na
5993
84

na
na
77

na
na
61

PRIV

275

205

277

212

225

179

280

277

216

172

PRIV

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

PUB

272

9

269

9

177

7

242

10

165

15

PUB
PRIV
PRIV

2599
138
228

1416
79
42

2712
138
314

1807
79
115

3185
na
na

2003
na
na

369
na
na

235
na
na

PUB
PUB

1657
3865

68
1694

1720
3867

203
1864

na
na

na
na

2060
3688

194
1867

3288
4236

306
2231

PRIV

65

50

305

240

na

na

na

na

na

na

PRIV

na

na

632

462

na

na

606

339

727

410

PRIV
PRIV

na
na

na
na

134
53

89
35

na
na

na
na

na
184

na
102

na
209

na
104

PRIV

na

na

397

245

na

na

1731

411

1813

997

32815
179068
6
Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

35556
0

20747
9

129359

255926

122999

225362

118025

TOTAL

Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)

na = Not available.

109

245693

na
na
na

na
na
na

TABLE 3.18
NAME OF
INSTITUTION

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

2004/2005

20005/2006

2006/2007

2007/2008

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
FCE(T), Asaba
FCE(T), Bichi
FCE, Eha-Amufu
FCE(T), Gombe
FCE(T), Gusau
FCE ,Kano
FCE, Katsina
FCE, Kontagora
FCE, Obudu
FCE,Okene
FCE(T), Omoku
Adeyemi COE,Ondo
FCE(S) Oyo
FCE,Pankshin
FCE(T), Potiskum
FCE(T), Umunze
FCE, Yola
FCE, Zaria
COE,Afaha Nsit
COE, Agbor
COE, Akamkpa
COE, Akwanga
COE,Ankpa
COE Argungu
COE, Arochukwu
COE,Azare
UIECEST, Bama
IKCOE,Dutsinma
COE, Ekiadolor
LACOPED,Epe
COE, Gashua
COE, Gidan Waya
COE, Gindiri
COE, Gumel
COE, Hong
TASCE,Ijebu-Ode
COE,Ikere-Ekiti
COE,Ila-Orangun
COE,Ilesha
COE,Ilorin
COE, Jalingo
COE, Katsina Ala
COE, Kumbotso
COE(T),Lafiagi
KICOE, Maiduguri
COE , Minna
NOCOE, Nsugbe
COE, Oju
COE, Oro
AOCOE,Oto-Ijanikin
AICOE, Owerri
OYSCOE, Oyo
COE, Port Harcourt
SSCOE, Sokoto
COE, Waka Biu

898
869
526
1,579
1,194
706
2,833
836
1,801
3,987
2,567
946
1,915
2,420
1,656
500
378
1,718
2,366
4,046
4,687
na
1,756
1,434
942
298
1,013
592
1,592
2,011
550
577
1,901
1,650
NA
1,608
1,227
4,845
2,790
2,489
3,053
1,714
2,365
3,364
415
729
2,379
1,846
2,455
4,224
1,622
2,421
2,604
110
3,050
727

452
626
130
1,287
353
706
1,118
251
903
1,985
1,523
495
1,337
1,567
745
152
350
793
1,419
3,162
3,627
na
569
748
232
207
253
240
150
1,441
358
204
673
729
NA
571
868
3,475
1,758
1,502
1,923
591
1,001
793
162
390
953
1,655
1,021
2,543
1,010
2,113
1,513
65
835
243

987
1,146
538
1,063
1,159
418
3,619
828
1,437
4,062
1,831
694
1,097
2,420
1,656
589
298
1,699
1,876
2,458
2,434
na
3,497
1,234
709
267
1,018
581
1,592
1,820
550
595
3,668
2,458
1,234
1,453
1,227
3,833
2,568
2,100
1,979
1,714
3,352
3,485
351
845
2,284
1,376
2,180
2,778
1,077
2,421
1,687
105
2,225
1,027

693
915
131
880
377
418
1,139
243
524
1,988
1,216
369
773
1,567
745
189
273
681
1,014
1,829
1,568
na
945
608
182
167
228
176
150
1,346
358
271
1,450
1,070
101
530
868
2,792
1,620
1,350
1,169
591
1,225
747
139
496
871
1,217
915
1,683
732
2,113
1,040
58
608
389

832
1134
590
992
565
413
1995
403
1393
2871
1363
679
676
1218
1818
791
399
1141
2021
1928
3114
na
3,500
1,329
693
438
897
570
1,110
1,489
na
na
na
2,038
1,341
1,348
1,070
2,507
na
1,719
1,684
1,757
na
na
na
na
2,232
1,323
2,831
2,027
1,896
1,315
2,167
182
na
na

536
938
186
887
196
413
583
126
656
1,417
866
327
495
758
831
269
337
468
934
973
2,273
na
1,167
670
164
277
173
180
122
1,116
na
na
na
875
124
490
362
1,780
na
1,264
1,005
541
na
na
na
na
763
1,182
1,191
1,218
706
1,063
1,372
97
na
na

1,004
1,195
630
1,197
339
400
1,654
755
1,386
1,472
1,337
646
969
1,840
1,680
656
666
na
1,866
1,389
3,589
na
3,468
1,369
1,323
621
1,232
775
1,759
1,813
na
635
1,080
1,781
1,563
1,827
na
3,011
na
2,054
2,364
3,542
na
na
na
na
1,875
1,868
3,776
4,995
1,757
1,648
2,316
219
na
na

681
954
139
1,005
118
400
512
350
637
872
866
351
389
1,265
743
236
551
na
785
702
2,396
na
1,340
690
318
360
318
297
151
1,334
na
189
437
675
126
663
na
2,052
na
1,438
1,424
1,107
na
na
na
na
664
1,671
1,616
3,017
1,188
1,373
1,464
94
na
na

1,068
1,394
1,084
1,480
543
427
na
716
1,621
1,472
1,352
1,093
969
2,741
1,354
644
864
1,948
1,914
1,396
2,450
na
2,465
3,330
2,302
712
2,186
885
1,827
2,049
na
na
na
2,217
na
2,191
na
2,468
na
na
3,009
4,018
na
na
na
na
3,304
1,889
3,763
4,570
1,133
2,202
2,804
272
na
na

716
1,116
289
1,170
224
427
na
305
746
872
847
596
689
1,769
609
232
724
826
1,020
706
2,031
na
847
2,319
422
462
509
319
1,478
1,478
na
na
na
840
na
849
na
1,796
na
na
1,767
1,491
na
na
na
na
1,139
1,187
1,532
2,775
767
1,862
1,717
137
na
na

110

COE, Warri
St. Aug.COE Lagos
IOECU COE, Enugu
OSISATECH, Enugu
Nig. Army Sch. Of
Educ, Ilorin
FCT, COE Zuba
JNI COE, Kaduna
Suleiman COE, Ososa
COE, Maru
Ebonyi State COE
Ikwo
Yewa Central COE,
Ayetoro
Delar COE, Ibadan
Mufutau Lanihun COE
Ibadan
ATCI COE, Enugu
City COE, Mararaba

TOTAL

2,618
52
94
9
48

1,851
47
69
7
4

2,390
35
46
9
104

1,761
30
37
7
1

2,772
24
71
na
41

2,052
18
59
na
5

2,496
29
84
na
40

1,805
26
65
na
4

3,779
24
na
na
84

2,639
17
na
na
6

791
86
97
625
1,546

463
51
30
29
703

761
86
115
668
920

499
51
57
25
482

973
na
na
956
1,098

594
na
na
52
578

787
na
na
1,040
1,498

473
na
na
76
745

na
na
na
1,300
1,496

na
na
na
122
789

na

na

173

98

na

na

208

109

318

178

na
na

na
na

43
43

25
25

na
150

na
96

92
237

53
139

101
352

60
209

na
na
106,547

na
na
58,193

134
115
98,778

89
50
50,064

na
190
70,168

na
89
35,982

na
na
81,064

na
na
42,476

na
na
85,141

na
na
46,711

Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)

na = Not available.

111

TABLE 3.19
NAME OF
INSTITUTION

FCE, Abeokuta
FCE(T), Akoka
FCE(T), Asaba

DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF IN COLLEGES OF
EDUCATION BY FUNCTION AND SEX, 2004/2005
ACADEMIC
STAFF
MF
F
168
122
97

53
40
34

SNR.TECH.STA
FF
MF
F
155
123
23

SNR. ADMIN.
STAFF
MF
F

48

JUNIOR STAFF
MF

FCE, Eha-Amufu
FCE(T), Gombe
FCE(T), Gusau
FCE ,Kano
FCE, Katsina
FCE, Kontagora
FCE, Obudu
FCE,Okene

111
178
120
85
238
150
145
129
180

18
59
24
16
77
35
28
28
35

33
29
125
28
38
64
16
102
22

F

MF

121

796

101

719

133

564

18

450

109

575

44

494

32

398
753

354
119

69

244

121
66

60
5
6

322

324

238

247
59

7

112

28

125

24

63

24

208

46

81

14

128

36

48

13

157

60

10

49

256

25

206

124

5

117

222

na

77

269

16

102
37

564

91

568

141

643

143

809

279

40

164

364

na

195

72
269

9

F
291

230

120
FCE(T), Bichi

TOTAL

222

450

238

FCE(T), Omoku
137

35

45

28

139

62

390

181

711

306

225

47

95

35

51

15

436

166

807

263

212

54

142

31

122

44

266

92

742

221

175

36

57

10

86

20

313

72

631

138

122

28

60

13

80

23

219

39

481

103

143

76

135

105
na

72

50

550

313
NA

900

544

146

35

72

137

98

217

572

133

295

109

98

42

90

41

328

146

811

338

151

50

80

32

137

70

308

127

676

279

187
na

43
na

23
na

2
na

163
na

64
na

237
na

103
na

610
na

212
na

201

46

10

1

192

78

395

201

798

326

214

35

148

28

51

7

129

20

542

90

101

6

5

1

20

1

94

10

220

18

53

14

16

5

18

6

129

53

216

78

151

24

15

1

33

3

168

17

367

45

169

23

19

1
na

80

21

159

68

427

113

89

1

6

31

1

167

8

293

10

133

45

51

23

24

12

255

98

463

178

93

29

41

9

63

20

209

70

Adeyemi COE,Ondo
FCE(S) Oyo
FCE,Pankshin
FCE(T), Potiskum
FCE(T), Umunze
FCE, Yola
FCE, Zaria
COE,Afaha Nsit
COE, Agbor
COE, Akamkpa
COE, Akwanga
COE,Ankpa
COE Argungu
COE, Arochukwu
COE,Azare
UIECEST, Bama
IKCOE,Dutsinma
COE, Ekiadolor
LACOPED,Epe

112

128

406
COE, Gashua
154

11

245

42

7

198

57

639

99

333

56

7

103

49

181

82

624

187

195

37

28

143

42

274

88

640

172

143

6

18

69

7

155

12

385

25

159

25

8

1

84

31

188

52

439

109

271

76

124

56

86

27

192

87

673

246

301

56

33

1

369

143

471

195

1,174

395

162

19

34

4

101

35

174

69

471

127

166

36

37

4

172

86

153

57

528

183

196

58

31

8

118

38

306

120

651

224

247

52

154

37

52

13

321

139

774

241

248

39

50

7
na

232

46

112

69

642

161

250

45

15

45

1

94

12

404

58

34

10

43

5

145

25

COE, Gidan Waya

24
na

COE, Gindiri
COE, Gumel

5
na

COE, Hong
TASCE,Ijebu-Ode
COE,Ikere-Ekiti
COE,Ila-Orangun
COE,Ilesha
COE,Ilorin
COE, Jalingo
COE, Katsina Ala
COE, Kumbotso
COE(T),Lafiagi

na
66

10

2

158

43

9

2

100

32

208

45

475

122

261

59

18

4

67

19

191

29

537

111

250

68

91

39

163

50

304

188

808

345

218
128

30
13

61
3

12
na

22

6

21
174

6

322

COE, Oro

54
84

62

18

53

367

AOCOE,Oto-Ijanikin

248

68

143

64

132

688

KICOE, Maiduguri
COE , Minna
NOCOE, Nsugbe
COE, Oju

183
114

64

328

AICOE, Owerri
235

71

257

140

157

76

406

248

1,055

535

249

43

163

61

38

14

409

225

859

343

351

129

66

22

197

64

512

167

1,126

382

289

57

26

5

10

4

194

10

519

76

114

13

61

13

32

15

192

30

399

71

203

72

2

1

157

76

266

128

628

277

48

16

9

7

5

4

33

19

95

46

OSISATECH, Enugu

73
NA

19
na

10
na

4
na

35
na

15
na

19
na

11
na

137
na

49
na

Nig. Army Sch. Of Educ,
Ilorin
FCT, COE Zuba

na

na

na

na

na

na

93
111

28
47

93
27

11

28
116

19

5

na

na

OYSCOE, Oyo
COE, Port Harcourt
SSCOE, Sokoto
COE, Waka Biu
COE, Warri
St. Aug.COE Lagos
IOECU COE, Enugu

163
35

JNI COE, Kaduna

15
na

2
Suleiman COE, Ososa

41

8

4

na

na
7

113

43

336

8

31

12

76

10

13

24

20

COE, Maru

123

4

4

1

na

131

15
Yewa Central COE,
Ayetoro

44

Delar COE, Ibadan

42

7

2

na

6

1

1
na

65

10

na

ATCI COE, Enugu

41

10

3

64

4

63

11

12

3
Mufutau Lanihun COE
Ibadan

273

9
9

9

13
8

14

na
20

8

25

15

110

33

6

1

8

5

10

5

65

21

21

4

51

14

202

75

452

121

na

na
18

5

14

4

83

27

6,030

2,184

14,931

5,338

35,856

11,236

Ebonyi State COE,Ikwo
178

28

51

18

11,244

2,584

City COE, Mararaba
Gurku
TOTAL

3,651

1,130

Sources:(1) Federal Ministry of Education,
Abuja.
Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)

Note: na = Not available.

114

TABLE 3.19

DISTRIBUTION OF ACADEMIC AND NON-ACADEMIC STAFF IN FEDERAL COLLEGES
OF EDUCATION BY FUNCTION AND SEX, 2005/2006

NAME OF
INSTITUTION

ACADEMIC
STAFF
MF
F

SNR.TECH.ST
AFF
MF
F

SNR. ADMIN.
STAFF
MF
F

JUNIOR STAFF
MF

F

TOTA
L
MF

F

FCE, Abeokuta
156

56

164

52

122

76

353

122

795

306

136

45

242

114

53

35

449

110

880

304

129

47

56

19

177

110

439

189

801

365

145

32

39

4

91

22

248

19

523

77

200

65

FCE(T), Akoka
FCE(T), Asaba
FCE(T), Bichi
FCE, Eha-Amufu

na
200

65

144

27

28

7

138

37

166

21

476

92

128

25

57

14
na

59

11

184

30

428

80

253

80

14

212

56

393

41

872

177

170

36

89

69

10

352

38

680

104

135

55

308

89

655

192

FCE(T), Gombe
FCE(T), Gusau
FCE ,Kano
FCE, Katsina
FCE, Kontagora

20
na

187

48

25

268

44

25

1

232

53

364

151

889

249

261

62

59

13

212

84

400

119

932

278

129

37

97

49

82

35

334

150

642

271

238

50

69

15

186

97

542

220

1,035

382

227

68

110

18

188

78

259

86

784

250

193

52

101

34

64

26

265

76

623

188

94

19

57

11

99

30

214

34

464

94

140

81

137

95

162

126

502

266

941

568

151

40

115

28

53

23

297

97

616

188

250

95

24

6

164

55

276

67

714

223

230

71

183

98

26

19

336

227

775

415

3,829
1,080
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

1,691

598

2,524

1,038

6,681

2,152

14,725

4,868

FCE, Obudu
FCE,Okene
FCE(T), Omoku
Adeyemi COE,Ondo
FCE(S) Oyo
FCE,Pankshin
FCE(T), Potiskum
FCE(T), Umunze
FCE, Yola
FCE, Zaria
AICOE, Owerri
TOTAL

Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)

Note: na = Not available.

115

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
STAFF
MF
F

SNR.TECH.STAF
F
MF
F

SNR. ADMIN.
STAFF
MF
F

JUNIOR STAFF
MF

TOTAL

F

MF

F

63

582

249

454

195

FCE, Abeokuta
199

73

205

101

47

12

131

FCE(T), Akoka

na
152

53

134

53

168

89

126

52

9

3

216

115

421

183

772

353

171

40

13

1

116

20

88

3

388

64

198

64

26

15

119

53

105

52

448

184

158

33

11

3

14

10

30

7

213

53

168

35

87

24

19

4

78

10

352

73

309

86

59

100

26

98

12

566

124

221

45

63

120

24

155

17

559

102

185

38

13

130

54

94

20

422

112

265

53

193

87

16

227

102

772

234

252

59

16

263

106

387

133

918

298

158

39

99

46

72

24

131

69

460

178

281

75

52

10

204

115

274

125

811

325

221

61

128

35

169

61

139

67

657

224

249

72

103

32

77

32

116

45

545

181

122

29

57

11

99

30

214

34

492

104

149

79

13

3

235

187

37

215

434

484

206

53

115

28

53

23

297

97

671

201

308

107

24

5

164

54

137

34

633

200

215

83

288

174

86

46

336

227

925

530

4,313
1,229
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

1,708

623

2,558

1,101

3,495

1,515

12,074

4,468

FCE(T), Asaba
FCE(T), Bichi
FCE, Eha-Amufu
FCE(T), Gombe
FCE(T), Gusau
FCE ,Kano
FCE, Katsina
16

FCE, Kontagora
FCE, Obudu
63

FCE,Okene
FCE(T), Omoku
Adeyemi COE,Ondo
FCE(S) Oyo
FCE,Pankshin
FCE(T), Potiskum
FCE(T), Umunze
FCE, Yola
FCE, Zaria
AICOE, Owerri
TOTAL

Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)

Note: na = Not available.

116

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

ACADEMIC
STAFF
MF
F

FCE, Abeokuta
180

SNR.TECH.S
TAFF
MF
F

SNR. ADMIN.
STAFF
MF
F

na

na

na

na

155
na

na

na

na

na

na

na

TOTAL

64

FCE(T), Akoka
FCE(T), Asaba

JUNIOR
STAFF
MF
F

55
na

132
na

53
na

166
na

89
na

MF

F

180

64

453
na

197
na

FCE(T), Bichi
163

35

FCE, Eha-Amufu

42
na

196

64

171

38

181

36

6
na

102
na

15
na

70
na

3

377

59

196

64

21

503

103

13

377

82

319

80

10

407

70

20

423

130

282

56

na

FCE(T), Gombe
28

7

138

37

166

FCE(T), Gusau
FCE ,Kano

65
na

319

80

216

42

186

56

22
na

55
na

11
na

76
na

na

FCE, Katsina
38

6

62

12

91

FCE, Kontagora
FCE, Obudu

17
na

131
na

na

54
na

89
na

na

282

56

265

64

59

13

226

103

175

86

725

266

150

37

92

39

76

32

134

70

452

178

286

75

70

16

224

131

289

127

869

349

259

68

137

35

198

82

127

59

721

244

276

70

20

5

177

60

225

83

698

218

223

40

85

14

71

30

89

18

468

102

147

80

13

3

249

199

368

213

777

495

206

52

103

28

53

23

246

51

608

154

308

101

24

5

164

54

137

34

633

194

210

70

289

175

83

46

282

188

864

479

1,214

427

2,175

978

2,564

996

10,332

3,584

FCE,Okene
FCE(T), Omoku
Adeyemi COE,Ondo
FCE(S) Oyo
FCE,Pankshin
FCE(T), Potiskum
FCE(T), Umunze
FCE, Yola
FCE, Zaria
AICOE, Owerri
TOTAL
4,379
1,183
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

Note:FCE(T):Federal College of Education (Technical)

Note: na = Not available.

117

TABLE 3.19e SUMMARY OF STUDENT ENROLMENT IN FEDERAL COLLEGES OF EDUCATION BY
STATE OF ORIGIN, 2005/2006-2007/2008.
STATE

2005/2006
MF

F

2006/2007
MF

F

2007/2008
MF

F

1,321

975

1,208

929

1,192

948

2,066

894

241

106

4,528

1,495

527

311

357

245

414

262

1,861

2,561

2,717

2,283

3,695

3,031

2,109

333

1,261

479

1,115

441

623

119

53

25

330

151

4,617

2,350

2,886

1,625

1,703

844

1,284

165

289

135

368

180

8,776

4,491

8,761

4,577

540

193

483

1,851

2,611

1,951

2,586

1,817

2,536

380

461

288

682

331

1,211

698

1,006

713

932

685

1,631

984

1,033

741

962

1,621

925

4,319

4,572

3,875

5,320

4,519

4,774

1,059

2,244

708

1,783

629

7,409

4,778

4,868

4,090

5,302

4,312

712

326

1,326

111

1,839

487

7,081

3,355

9,330

4,213

670

368

948

2,226

4,594

1,278

6,442

1,652

7,141

674

2,248

607

2,332

768

2,327

273

389

164

304

126

6,674

4,628

6,272

3,887

4,870

2,943

1,881

867

1,151

601

915

486

1,183

289

549

343

645

613

1,123

334

924

428

851

331

762

954

1,579

632

1,487

492

3,809

4,225

4,709

3,297

4,758

3,331

5,205

1,607

2,942

2,131

2,147

1,577

5,900

3,794

1,590

1,028

1,603

949

1,008

1,439

5,791

3,834

6,872

4,558

7,735

2,728

5,635

2,557

5,363

2,504

2,297

1,103

128

81

2,126

1,128

Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
Cross River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun
Ondo
Osun
Oyo
Plateau
Rivers

118

Sokoto
42

27

35

18

32

8

362

184

296

109

1,135

305

2,972

1,017

1,795

293

1,245

515

174

777

1,143

958

1,035

954

839

43

117

32

150

39

56

9

9

3

10

5

87,120

49,375

78,283

45,598

Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
F.C.T

NonNigerian
TOTAL

102,384
57,147
Source:National Commission for Colleges of Education, Abuja.

119

TABLE 3.19e
STATE
Abia

SUMMARY OF GRADUATE OUTPUT BY STATE OF ORIGIN FROM FEDERAL
COLLEGES OF EDUCATION, 2005/2006-2006/2007
2005/2006
MF

F

2006/2007
MF

F

143

99

102

96

Adamawa

8

1

37

17

Akwa Ibom

51

37

56

33

362

315

326

265

53

24

146

55

Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa

61

31

72

41

Benue

157

70

408

220

Borno

5

1

46

24

Cross River
Delta
Ebonyi

35

21

463

247

115

77

121

84

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

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

Nassarawa

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

12000

7353

13628

8145

TOTAL

Source:National Commission for Colleges of Education, Abuja.

120

TABLE 3.20
STATE

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

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

29,276

17,082

29,449

17,730

23,693

14,352

23,567

14,487

Nassarawa

TOTAL

Source: National Teachers' Institute, Kaduna.
Note: Revised Version

121

TABLE 3.21 NATIONAL TEACHERS' INSTITUTE STUDENT OUT-TURN BY STATE
(COMPLETERS),2003/2004-2006/2007.
STATE

2003/2004
MF

2004/2005
MF

2005/2006
MF

2006/2007
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

23143

26389

21551

21914

TOTAL

Source: National Teachers' Institute, Kaduna.
Note: Revised Version.

122

TABLE 3.22a SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2000/20001
NAME OF INSTITUTION

M.I Okpara Coll of Agric.,
Umuagwo

PRE-National
Diploma
M
F
MF
na

na

National Diploma

Higher National
Diploma
M
F
MF

M

F

MF

99

139

238

105

122

TOTAL
M

F

MF

227

204

261

465

na

Fed College of Agric., Akure
38

12

50

96

20

116

105

57

162

239

89

328

154

126

280

92

97

189

63

50

113

309

273

582

55

18

73

90

24

114

199

46

245

344

88

432

99

340

488

192

680

186

121

307

915

412

1,327

na

na
35

3

38

50

6

56

85

9

94

na

na

na

207

111

318

430

152

582

121

39

160

53

21

74

174

60

234

Fed College of Agric., Ishiagu
Fed. College of Agric., Zaria
College of Agric., Jalingo
Nat. Water Resources Inst.,
Kaduna

na

College of Agric., Maiduguri
Fed Coll of Animal Health, Ibadan

223

41

264

na

na

na

Fed Coll of Fisheries, Lagos
31

1

32

192

27

219

24

12

36

247

40

287

55

5

60

197

27

224

513

95

608

765

127

892

na

na

na
333

129

462

178

38

216

511

167

678

291

95

386

96

18

114

387

113

500

Fed Coll of Animal Health, Vom
Fed Coll of Agric., Ibadan
Fed School of Forestry, Ibadan

na

na

na

School of Agric., Ozoro
Fed School of Wildlife, NewBussa

37

15

52

67

35

102

34

8

42

138

58

196

14

6

20

83

13

96

29

3

32

126

22

148

13

2

15

37

14

51

37

8

45

87

24

111

95

23

118

790

290

1,080

414

147

561

1,299

460

1,759

na

na

na

na

na

na
106

30

136

106

30

136

na

na

na
38

2

40

na

na

na
17

4

21

Fed Coll of Fisheries, New-Bussa
College of Agric., Gboko
College of Agric., Lafia
Fed School of Forestry, Jos

na
38

Fed Forestry Mechanisation,
Afaka-Kaduna

2

na

na

40

9

1

10

8

3

11

204

105

309

348

302

650

242

135

377

794

542

1,336

39

12

51

36

10

46

63

9

72

138

31

169

19

3

22

38

7

45

118

20

138

175

30

205

School of Agric., Obubra
Fed College of Agric., Kabba
Fed College of Agric., Kaduna
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

Adamawa State Coll of Agric.,
Mubi

na

na

na

na

na

na
530

162

692

Nigerian Army Sch of Finance,
Apapa

na

na

na
164

28

192

Akwa Ibom State Coll of Agric.,
Abak

na

na

na

81

61

142

24

2

26

530

162

692

110

23

133

81

123

61

142

54

5

59

na

na

na

Edo State Coll of Agric.,
Iguoriakhi
Plateau State Coll of Agric.,
Garkawa

50

18

68

136

36

na

na

na

na

na

na

172

186

54

240

238

89

327

138

54

192

100

35

135

12

1

13

83

14

97

125

23

148

220

38

258

27

21

48

36

44

80

45

35

80

108

100

208

na

na

na

na

na

na
89

6

95

11,212

3,79
1

15,003

Fed Coll of Land Resources, Kuru
Fed Coll of Land Resources,
Owerri
Fed Coll of Freshwater Tech.,
Baga

89

6

95

5,841

2,071

7,912

GRAND TOTAL
1,699

601

2,300

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

124

3,672

1,119

4,791

TABLE 3.22b

SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2001/2002

NAME OF INSTITUTION
M.I Okpara Coll of Agric.,
Umuagwo
Fed College of Agric., Akure

PRE-National
Diploma
M
F
MF

National Diploma
M

F

MF

Higher National
Diploma
M
F
MF

19

27

46

111

86

197

44

39

70

14

84

205

58

263

128

3

5

8

90

87

177

70
na

57
na

127
na

140

55

671
na

na

na

na

na

na

TOTAL
M

F

MF

83

174

152

326

52

180

403

124

527

73

53

126

166

145

311

195

243

76

319

453

188

641

169

840

109

36

145

780

205

985

26

4

30

37

3

40

63

7

70

188

72

260

94

32

126

282

104

386

Fed College of Agric., Ishiagu
Fed. College of Agric., Zaria
College of Agric., Jalingo
Nat. Water Resources Inst.,
Kaduna
Fed Coll of Animal Health, Ibadan
Fed Coll of Fisheries, Lagos
23

3

26

339

30

369

23

12

35

385

45

430

48

12

60

114

28

142

489

71

560

651

111

762

79
na

36
na

115
na

117

35

152

154

6

160

350

77

427

255

87

342

104

23

127

359

110

469

Fed Coll of Animal Health, Vom
College of Agric., Zuru
Fed Coll of Agric., Ibadan
Fed School of Forestry, Ibadan
60

20

80

233

90

323

90

9

99

383

119

502

53

16

69

107

36

143

69

15

84

229

67

296

17

7

24

132

28

160

24

2

26

173

37

210

21

1

22

43

14

57

27

15

42

91

30

121

119

26

145

643

218

861

442

130

572

1,204

374

1,578

128

27

155

245

49

294

236

38

274

609

114

723

28

11

39

841

306

1,147

158

78

236

1,027

395

1,422

39
na

4
na

43
na

62

8

70

81

12

93

182

24

206

73

11

84

15
na

4
na

19
na

88

15

103

47

13

60

516

166

682

416

162

578

School of Agric., Ozoro
Fed School of Wildlife, NewBussa
Fed Coll of Fisheries, New-Bussa
College of Agric., Gboko
School of Agric., Mokwa
College of Agric., Lafia
Fed School of Forestry, Jos
Fed School of Leather Tech.,
Zaria
Fed Forestry Mechanisation,
Afaka-Kaduna
School of Agric., Obubra
Borno State Coll of Agric.,
Maiduguri
Fed College of Agric., Kabba

18

4

22

29

9

38

84

26

110

205

79

284

28

11

39

388

151

539

39

12

51

62

19

81

54

8

62

155

39

194

37

7

44

42

5

47

85
na

23
na

108
na

164

35

199

86

1

87

90

1

91

176

2

178

227
na

61
na

288
na

Fed College of Agric., Kaduna
Audu Bako Sch. Of Agric., Kano
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
Federal School of Survey, Oyo

40
na

9
na

49
na

227

17

244

52

3

55

319

29

348

132

11

143

na

73
na

216

na

7
na

18

na

66
na

198

Federal School of Mines, Jos

33

4

37

33

4

37

Adamawa State Coll of Agric.,
Mubi
Nigerian Army Sch of Finance,
Apapa
Akwa Ibom State Coll of Agric.,
Abak

na

na

na

na

na

na
203

46

249

na

na

na
186

31

217

191

133

324

72

32

104

203

46

249

104

22

126

119

101

220

125

82
na

9
na

91
na

Edo State Coll of Agric., Iguoriakhi
53
Plateau State Coll of Agric.,
Garkawa
Fed Coll of Land Resources, Kuru
Fed Coll of Land Resources,
Owerri
Yobe State Coll of Agric., Gujba
Fed Coll of Freshwater Tech.,
Baga
Anambra State Coll of Agric.,
Igbariam
Abuja School of Accountancy,
Garki-Abuja
GRAND TOTAL

14

67

153

50

na

na

na

na

na

na

203

206

64

270

258

124

382

80

48

128

178

76

254

31

7

38

91

21

112

70

8

78

192

36

228

4

11

15

67

42

109

11
na

2
na

13
na

82

55

137

371

18
na

389

255

18
na

273

626

36
na

662

61
na

na

61
na

50

na
50

25
24
na

32

30

62

12

18

30

26

37

63

1,969

515

2,484

8,154

2,334

10,48
8

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

126

3,845

25
na

910

25

136

49
na

56

55

111

38

55

93

13,96
8

3,759

17,72
7

4,755

136

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

PRE-NATIONAL
DIPLOMA

NATIONAL
DIPLOMA

HIGHER NATIONAL
DIPLOMA

TOTAL

M

F

MF

M

F

MF

M

F

MF

M

F

MF

M.I Okpara Coll of Agric.,
Umuagwo

na

na

na

181

202

383

76

73

149

257

275

532

Fed College of Agric., Akure

47

26

73

152

89

241

150

34

184

349

149

498

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.,
Kaduna

na

na

na

42

5

47

33

3

36

75

8

83

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

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

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.,
Zaria

na

na

na

82

11

93

11

4

15

93

15

108

Fed Forestry Mechanisation,
Afaka-Kaduna

19

1

20

50

9

59

12

2

14

81

12

93

Fed College of Agric., Ishiagu

College of Agric., Zuru

College of Agric., Lafia

127

Borno State Coll of Agric.,
Maiduguri

32

7

39

453

158

611

na

na

na

485

165

650

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,
Oron

35

3

38

355

35

390

53

7

60

443

45

488

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.,
Mubi

127

40

167

225

50

275

na

na

na

352

90

442

Nigerian Army Sch of Finance,
Apapa

na

na

na

119

48

167

166

46

212

285

94

379

Akwa Ibom State Coll of Agric.,
Abak

92

74

166

184

142

326

5

3

8

281

219

500

Edo State Coll of Agric., Iguoriakhi

45

15

60

182

53

235

na

na

na

227

68

295

Plateau State Coll of Agric.,
Garkawa

82

46

128

197

77

274

na

na

na

279

123

402

Fed Coll of Land Resources, Kuru

29

6

35

64

11

75

48

7

55

141

24

165

Fed Coll of Land Resources,
Owerri

38

39

77

189

183

372

152

139

291

379

361

740

231

11

242

329

26

355

na

na

na

560

37

597

Fed Coll of Freshwater Tech.,
Baga

48

2

50

35

na

35

25

na

25

108

2

110

Anambra State Coll of Agric.,
Igbariam

na

na

na

47

56

103

34

36

70

81

92

173

Abuja School of Accountancy,
Garki-Abuja
Wavecrest Coll of Catering,
Surulere-Lagos

na

na

na

76

52

128

na

na

na

76

52

128

na

na

na

na

10

10

na

na

na

na

10

10

2,400

745

3,145

8,785

2,849

11,63
4

3,015

976

3,991

14,20
0

4,570

18,77
0

Yobe State Coll of Agric., Gujba

GRAND TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Note available

128

TABLE 3.22d

SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2003/2004

NAME OF INSTITUTION

M.I Okpara Coll of Agric.,
Umuagwo

Pre- National
Diploma

National Diploma

Higher National
Diploma

TOTAL

M

F

MF

M

F

MF

M

F

MF

M

F

MF

9

8

17

170

183

353

67

88

155

246

279

525

53

17

70

346

159

505

153

53

206

552

229

781

4

4

8

82

51

133

65

59

124

151

114

265

110

70

180

269

155

424

170

38

208

549

263

812

900

544

1,444

276

137

413

1,372

694

2,066

128

12

140

32

2

34

160

14

174

269

114

383

61

27

88

330

141

471

Fed College of Agric., Akure
Fed College of Agric., Ishiagu
Fed. College of Agric., Zaria
College of Agric., Jalingo
196

13

209

Nat. Water Resources Inst.,
Kaduna

na

na

na

Fed Coll of Animal Health, Ibadan

na

na

na

Fed Coll of Fisheries, Lagos
21

4

25

388

35

423

22

16

38

431

55

486

43

10

53

373

123

496

210

78

288

626

211

837

213

35

248

493

18

511

166

24

190

872

77

949

na

na

na

na

na

na
387

112

499

Fed Coll of Animal Health, Vom

College of Agric., Zuru
Fed Coll of Agric, Ibadan

387

112

499

Fed School of Forestry, Ibadan
26

15

41

256

87

343

39

18

57

321

120

441

14

6

20

210

68

278

40

6

46

264

80

344

na

na

na
44

8

52

20

10

30

64

18

82

Fed School of Wildlife, New-Bussa
Fed Coll of Fisheries, New-Bussa
College of Agric., Gboko
209

32

241

577

267

844

361

168

529

1,147

467

1,614

178

42

220

452

148

600

300

68

368

930

258

1,188

na

na

na

na

na

na
225

135

360

225

135

360

School of Agric., Mokwa
College of Agric., Lafia

Fed School of Forestry, Jos

Fed School of Leather Tech., Zaria

46

16

62

na

na

na

95

22

117

96

11

107

237

49

286

104

33

137

16

5

21

120

38

158

26

8

34

112

15

127

na

na

na
538

173

711

234

72

306

Fed Forestry Mechanisation, AfakaKaduna

37

2

39

49

5

54

Borno State Coll of Agric.,
Maiduguri

46

7

53

492

166

658

60

24

84

110

42

152

Fed College of Agric., Kabba

129

64

6

70

Fed Coll of Agric., Kaduna
22
Audu Bako Sch. Of Agric., Kano

7

100

23

123

97

15

112

219

45

264

110

104

3

107

69

1

70

283

4

287

na

na

na

416

45

461

416

45

461

206

205

57

262

71

6

77

454

91

545

17

441

38

479

50

5

55

508

43

551

187

15

202

33

4

37

220

19

239

na

na

na

187

49

236

187

49

236

124

25

149

105

27

132

229

52

281

23

7

30

387

346

733

na

na

na
197

44

241

276

141

417

na
110

Metallurgical Trg Inst., Onitsha

29

na

na

na

Petroleum Training Inst., Warri
178
Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron

28
na

17
Federal School of Survey, Oyo

na

na

na

Adamawa State Coll of Agric., Mubi

na

na

na

Nigerian Army Sch of Finance,
Apapa
Akwa Ibom State Coll of Agric.,
Abak

na

na

na

141

165

306

223

174

397

34

4

38

163

40

203

110

58

168

166

83

249

30

7

37

79

26

105

67

11

78

176

44

220

55

54

109

212

166

378

136

112

248

403

332

735

na

na

na

304

12

316

238

19

257

542

31

573

35

36

2

38

35

-

35

106

2

108

55

71

126

35

46

81

90

117

207

na

na

na

135

101

236

135

101

236

53

53

53

53

3,342

12,607

5,173

19,869

Edo State Coll of Agric., Iguoriakhi

Plateau State Coll of Agric.,
Garkawa

na

na

na

Fed Coll of Land Resources, Kuru

Fed Coll of Land Resources,
Owerri
Yobe State Coll of Agric., Gujba

Fed Coll of Freshwater Tech., Baga

na
35

Anambra State Coll of Agric.,
Igbariam

na

Abuja School of Accountancy,
Garki-Abuja

na

Wavecrest Coll of Catering,
Surulere-Lagos

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

GRAND TOTAL
2,301

640

2,941

9,265

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

Note: na = Not available.

130

3,130

1,191

4,321

14,696

TABLE 3.22e

SUMMARY OF MONOTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2004/2005

NAME OF INSTITUTIONS

Pre-National Diploma

National Diploma

Higher National
Diploma
M
F
MF

Total

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

11

11

22

113

73

186

81

62

143

205

146

351

69

43

112

321

188

509

126

38

164

516

269

785

189
na

111
na

300
na

555

459

1,014

217

186

403

961

756

1,717

74

7

81

24
na

2
na

26
na

98

9

107

19

397

21

418

416

21

437

Fed College of Agric., Ishiagu
Fed. College of Agric., Zaria
College of Agric., Jalingo
Nat. Water Resources Inst.,
Kaduna
Fed Coll of Fisheries, Lagos

na
19

Fed Coll of Animal Health, Vom
51

17

68

150

43

193

165

41

206

366

101

467

236
na

38
na

274
na

409

115

524

171

21

192

816

174

990

297

100

397

132

40

172

429

140

569

College of Agric., Zuru
Fed Coll of Agric, Ibadan
Fed School of Forestry, Ibadan
13

14

27

106

60

166

23

14

37

142

88

230

14
na

6
na

20
na

195

62

257

40

6

46

249

74

323

50

30

80

13

7

20

63

37

100

Fed School of Wildlife, New-Bussa
Fed Coll of Fisheries, New-Bussa
College of Agric., Gboko
117

31

148

802

344

1,146

326

142

468

1,245

517

1,762

119
na

27
na

146
na

269

86

355

156

29

185

544

142

686

611

573

1,184

364

262

626

975

835

1,810

114

35

149

87

8

95

228

50

278

117

50

167

25

5

30

142

55

197

School of Agric., Mokwa
College of Agric., Lafia
Fed School of Forestry, Jos
Fed School of Leather Tech., Zaria
Fed Forestry Mechanisation, AfakaKaduna
Borno State Coll of Agric.,
Maiduguri
Fed College of Agric., Kabba

27
na

7
na

34
na

18

2

20

68

10

78

39

11

50

125

23

148

79

8

87

448

160

608

129

18

147

656

186

842

60

20

80

104

40

144

48

5

53

212

65

277

65

12

77

139

38

177

89

14

103

293

64

357

263
na

42
na

305
na

765

90

855

434

58

492

1,462

190

1,652

520

33

553

97

9

106

617

42

659

Federal School of Survey, Oyo

na

na

na
153

14

167

na

52
na

219

na

6
na

20

na

46
na

199

Adamawa State Coll of Agric., Mubi

113

61

174

113

61

174

Nigerian Army Sch of Finance,
Apapa
Akwa Ibom State Coll of Agric.,
Abak
Edo State Coll of Agric., Iguoriakhi

na

na

na
130

20

150

55

5

60

185

25

210

25
na

20
na

45
na

449

609

1,058

254

51

305

na

na

na
268

136

404

Fed Coll of Agric., Kaduna
Petroleum Training Inst., Warri
Maritime Academy of Nigeria, Oron

Plateau State Coll of Agric.,
Garkawa
Fed Coll of Land Resources, Kuru

57

30

87

367

559

926

33

7

40

221

44

265

139

59

198

129

77

206

33

8

41

115

37

152

95

13

108

243

58

301

61

57

118

231

180

411

110

85

195

402

322

724

Fed Coll of Land Resources, Owerri

131

Yobe State Coll of Agric., Gujba

na
326

Fed Coll of Freshwater Tech., Baga
Anambra State Coll of Agric.,
Igbariam
Abuja School of Accountancy,
Garki-Abuja
Wavecrest Coll of Catering,
Surulere-Lagos
Nigerian Inst of Journalism, OgbaIkeja
GRAND TOTAL

34
na

18
na
na

344
34
na

17
na

45
na

na

na

na

599

22

na

na

441

745

40

785

25

99

2

101

na

28
na

2,092

419

2,691

40

2

42

25

68

80

148

37

60

97

105

140

245

164
na

127

291

32
na

22
na

54
na

224
na

166

390

26

26

26

26

53

91

144

2

6

8

55

97

152

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.

132

TABLE 3.23

TOTAL ENROLMENT OF STUDENTS IN NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS BY INSTITUTION,
PROPRIETORSHIP AND SEX, 2000/2001-2004/2005

NAME OF INSTITUTION

2000/2001
M
F

Yaba Coll.of Tech,Yaba

3,500

Kaduna Poly,Kaduna

5,973
na

Auchi Poly. Auchi

6,608

Institution of Mgt Tech,Enugu

5,056

2,323
na

8,296
na

na

Kwara State Poly,Ilorin

na

na

na

3,052

Waziri Umaru Poly. B/Kebbi

3,177

Benue State Poly. Ugbokolo

2,240

Fed Poly. Ado Ekiti

4,642

Federal Poly. Bida

na

1,890

5,767

596

1,950

3,913

Moshood Abiola Poly. Abeokuta

2,228

Plateau State Poly. B/Ladi

1,879

Federal Poly. Nekede

1,397

Federal Poly. Bauchi

1,829

Federal Poly. Ilaro

1,397

Rufus Giwa Poly. Owo

5,604

2,650
na

1,167
na

Rivers State Poly. Bori

3,984

Nuhu Bamali Poly. Zaria

2,010

6,429

18,490

16,258

6,258

22,516

8,053

13,326

4,586

9,256

13,842

268

2,069

2,548

125

2,673

NU

4,049
NU

10,454
NU

6,598
NU

4,326
NU

10,924
NU

na

na

na
3,698

1,958

5,656

1,801
6,405

2,849
7,292
na

4,347
na

774

2,832

2,568

658

3,226

1,238

4,238

3,568

1,356

4,924

676

4,511

2,658

698

3,356

634

2,573

1,687

623

2,310

1,712

5,116

3,698

1,823

5,521

2,937

8,428

6,587

2,645

9,232

2,452

8,120

6,895

2,658

9,553

1,918

4,326

1,587

2,054

3,641

2,058

8,600

3,015

2,098

5,113

1,789

4,302

1,254

1,652

2,906

2,432

6,024

6,587

2,653

9,240

6,168

10,773

5,621

5,862

11,483

1,577

4,197

3,654

1,534

5,188

1,564

4,200

6,214

1,624

7,838

4,020

9,247

2,354

4,125

6,479

3,357

5,422

2,635

3,985

6,620

882

2,572

1,654

652

2,306

315

1,072

698

365

1,063

1,879

4,751

2,314

1,523

3,837

4,089

8,139

5,036

6,895

11,931

1,033

3,149

2,658

1,124

3,782

60

380

398

30

428

3,404

5,668

4,865
3,942
3,043
3,143
3,074
4,111

5,704

11,30
8

2,870

3,945

5,227
2,065
2,307
1,690
1,713
757
3,520
2,872
3,945

7,929
4,050

1,277
na

3,287
na

11,759

2,116
320

6,183
Osun State Coll. Of Tech. Esa Oka

27,245

2,636

1,267

Osun State Poly. Iree

12,658

2,620

448

na

14,587

4,605

792

Abub/Tatari Ali Poly. Bauchi

27,506

3,686

1,075

2,253

11,545

3,592

2,714

Federal Poly. Nassarawa

12,133

2,513

1,245

1,265

3,658

6,542

1,746

Federal Poly. K/Namoda

8,475

2,408

1,164

1,515

11,798

5,491

1,714

A/Ibiam Federal Poly. Uwana Afikpo

3,815
15,961

1,939

952

Federal Poly. Oko

14,443

4,628

3,180

Kano State Poly. Kano

4,586

3,835
609

na

9,857

3,000
509

Lagos State Poly. Ikorodu

11,809

2,058
1,576

Federal Poly. Idah

MF

5,273

na

Ramat Poly. Maiduguri

3,437

9,923

H/Usman Poly,Katsuina

1,354

M

5,406

12,92
8
na

Federal Poly. Mubi

2002/2003
F

MF

12,061

7,872

3,877

2001/2002
F

7,983

3,315

The Poly. Calabar

M
8,372

1,906

The Ibadan Poly, Ibadan

MF

17,94
2

11,313

11,676

133

Akwa Ibom State Poly. Ikot Osura

6,443

17,75
6

1,837

3,250

1,413

Federal Poly. Ede

na
3,703

8,662

9

51

42

Our Saviour Institution of Tech. Emene
Enugu
Abia State Poly. Aba

857

Hussaini Adamu Poly. Kazaure

178

Abdu Gusau Poly. Talata Mafara

549

1,971
2,405
186

192

Taraba State Poly. Jalingo

605

Federal Poly. Damaturu

416

Lagos City Poly. Ikeja

152

2,049
na

1,356
na

687
na

2,043
na

33

120

98

25

123

1,002

1,801

659

1,120

1,779

2,697

4,360

1,752

2,354

4,106

5

143

124

12

136

103

798

698

124

822

657

1,799

1,054

1,520

2,574

6,505

15,106

8,954

6,958

15,912

234
na

782
na

543

356

899

1,245

1,024

2,269

695
741

1,531

130

972
na

138
8

Niger State Poly. Zungeru

22,164

1,663
1,534

na

9,506

799
1,114

Federal Poly. Offa

12,658

87

871

Kogi State Poly. Lokoja

19,983

1,077

4,959

Adamawa State Poly. Yola

8,307

1,142
762
na

2,293
na

8,601
548

36

166
na

187

792
1,552

189

605

1,552

3,104

326

1,536

1,862

268

535

168

652

820

267

Grace Poly. Surulere- Lagos

NAP

164
NAP

316
NAP

205

Allover Central Poly. Otta

NYE

NYE

NYE

NYE

241
NYE

446
NYE

65
NYE

362
NYE

427
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

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

NYE

NYE

NYE

NYE

NYE

NYE

NYE

NYE

NYE

155,71
4

103,736

259,450

169,647

115,698

285,345

Anambra State Poly. Ulli
Yobe State Poly. Geidam

TOTAL
107,783

72,612

180,395

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.
NYE=Not Yet Established.
NAP=No Accredited Programme.

134

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

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

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

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

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

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

1,768

1,020

2,788

1,889

355

2,244

Yaba Coll.of Tech,Yaba

The Poly. Calabar

Federal Poly. Idah

Plateau State Poly. B/Ladi

Nuhu Bamali Poly. Zaria

Abdu Gusau Poly. Talata Mafara

135

Kogi State Poly. Lokoja

9,874

5,568

15,442

1,869

935

2,804

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

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

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

141,422

85,260

226,682

185,682

126,162

311,844

Federal Poly. Offa

Grace Poly. Surulere- Lagos

Ronik Poly. Lagos

TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.
NYE=Not Yet Established.
NAP=No Accredited Programme.

136

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

359

128

487

321

115

436

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

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

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

na

na

na

136

23

159

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

Yaba Coll.of Tech,Yaba
Kaduna Poly,Kaduna

Kano State Poly. Kano

Osun State Poly. Iree

Federal Poly. Ede
Adamawa State Poly. Yola

137

Federal Poly. Offa
Niger State Poly. Zungeru
Taraba State Poly. Jalingo

252

34

286

153

27

180

83

3

86

138

7

145

88

11

99

62

9

71

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

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

NYE

NYE

NYE

NYE

NYE

NYE

7,017

1,237

8,254

6,558

1,265

7,823

Federal Poly. Damaturu

Anambra State Poly. Ulli
Yobe State Poly. Geidam
TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: (1) na = Not available.
(2) NYE: Not Yet Established.
(3) NAP= No Accredited Programme.

138

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

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

70

5

75

114

14

128

132

18

150

139

15

154

Federal Poly. Ilaro

A/Ibiam Federal Poly. Uwana Afikpo
Federal Poly. K/Namoda
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

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

Adamawa State Poly. Yola

Abdu Gusau Poly. Talata Mafara

101

5

106

105

8

113

Kogi State Poly. Lokoja

133

25

158

130

19

149

139

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
Anambra State Poly. Ulli
Yobe State Poly. Geidam
TOTAL

na

na

na

168

29

197

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

CD

NAP

NAP

NAP

NAP

NAP

NAP

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.

140

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

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

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

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

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

Yaba Coll.of Technology,Yaba-Lagos

Institution of Management Technology, Enugu

Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri

Federal Polytechnic,Ado Ekiti

Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro

na

na

na

2,076

1,623

3,699

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

363

140

503

3,154

2,426

5,580

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

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

24,409

11,580

35,989

55,236

39,415

94,651

Ondo State Polytechnic, Owo

Federal Polytechnic, Ede
Adamawa State Polytechnic, Yola

Taraba State Polytechnic, Wukar

GRAND TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

141

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

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

Federal Polytechnic,Ado Ekiti

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

131

212

343

871

1,534

2,405

na

na

na

178

8

186

Abia State Polytechnic, Aba
Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic, Kazaura
Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara

na

na

na

115

59

174

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

27,167

17,755

44,922

106,812

68,750

175,562

Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja

GRAND TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

142

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

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

Yaba Coll.of Technology,Yaba-Lagos

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

na

na

na

1,723

1,271

2,994

2,103

407

2,510

2,214

789

3,003

Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu-Lagos
Kano State Polytechnic, Kano
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

848

556

1,404

774

557

1,331

Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi
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
Afikpo
Federal Polytechnic. K/Namoda

219

95

314

1,018

551

1,569

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

296

343

639

724

565

1,289

Akwa-Ibom State Polytechnic, I/Osurua
Adamawa State Polytechnic, Yola

67

23

90

20

10

30

Our Saviour Institution of Tech., Enugu

98

104

202

589

773

1,362

255

524

779

1,146

1,731

2,877

97

3

100

41

2

43

122

10

132

573

93

666

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

4

13

17

190

174

364

31,234

20,394

51,628

90,793

67,112

157,905

Abia State Polytechnic, Aba
Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic, Kazaure
Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara
Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja

Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja
GRAND TOTAL
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

143

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

262

36

298

1,801

268

2,069

2,331

1,393

3,724

6,428

4,050

10,478

372

109

481

2,058

774

2,832

Hassan Usman Katsina Poly., Katsina
Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin
Federal Polytechnic, Mubi
Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri

343

125

468

3,000

1,238

4,238

1,028

156

1,184

4,159

694

4,853

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

25

5

30

320

60

380

3,317

2,562

5,879

18,401

18,615

37,016

773

614

1,387

5,287

3,892

9,179
2,049

Kebbi State Poly.,B/Kebbi
Benue State Polytechnic,Ugbokolo

Abubakar Tatari Ali Poly., W/Bauchi
Osun State Ploytechnic, Iree
Osun State Coll. Of Technology, Esa-Oke
Akwa-Ibom State Polytechnic, I/Osurua

57

64

121

1,077

972

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

na

na

na

138

5

143

Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic, Kazaure
Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara
Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja
Federal Polytechnic,Offa

na

na

na

695

103

798

298

109

407

1,142

657

1,799

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

50,169

28,659

72,948

166,316

116,165

282,481

GRAND TOTAL
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

144

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

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

1,340

488

1,828

1,952

877

2,829

Institution of Management Tech., Enugu

Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri
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
4,512

Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu-Lagos

na

na

na

2,690

1,822

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

Kano State Polytechnic, Kano

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

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

2

7

9

307

266

573

Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara

Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja
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

3

12

15

69

60

129

23,372

14,546

37,918

83,046

55,319

138,365

Delta State Polytechnic,Ogwashi uku
GRAND TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: Not available

145

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

Higher National Diploma
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

TOTAL

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

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

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

na

na

na

1,471

271

1,742

Kano State Polytechnic, Kano

Abubakar Tatari Ali Poly., W/Bauchi

Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara
Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja

122

64

186

1,326

884

2,210

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

Federal Polytechnic,Offa

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

31,470

20,505

51,975

137,888

90,370

228,258

GRAND TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: Not available

146

TABLE 3.25d

SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2004/2005

NAME OF INSTITUTION
Yaba coll.of Technology,Yaba-Lagos

Pre - National Diploma
M
F
na

na

3,175

1,700

MF

M

na

8,295

National Diploma
F

MF
13,775

5,480
Kaduna Polytechnic, Kaduna

5,119
4,875

Auchi Polytechnic,Auchi
Institution of Management Tech., Enugu

1,090

669

na

na

7,703
2,584

9,823
1,759
na

16,462
6,639

7,987

20,063
12,076

Hassan Usman Katsina Poly., Katsina

650

69

1,167
719

Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin

16

4

2,470
20

Federal Polytechnic, Mubi
Ramat Polytechnic, Maiduguri

595

182

na

na

1,360
193
3,746
1,276

1,198
777
na

1,636
438

764

1,074
310

Waziri Umaru Poly.,B/Kebbi

734

52

2,142
786

Benue State Polytechnic, Ugbokolo
Federal Polytechnic,Ado Ekiti

1,161

408

na

na

2,423
281

1,284
1,569
na

1,695
411

6,831

10,645
3,814

Federal Polytechnic Bida

1,202

660

4,410
1,862

Federal Polytechnic, Idah
Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu-Lagos

812

452

na

na

6,787
2,377

4,311
1,264
na

5,626
1,315

3,415

5,900
2,485

Kano State Polytechnic, Kano

3,304

620

3,307
3,924

Moshood Abiola Polytechnic, Abeokuta

205

138

4,347
343

Plateau State Polytechnic, B/Ladi

1,095

675

1,184

1,882

1,514

662

8,755

464

183

1,236

194

579

2,949

383

328

2,067

436

425

2,880

262

783

1,631

383

1,713

1,634

743

256

2,235

218

2,009

2,091

1,082

491

3,445

56

Osun State Coll. Of Tech., Esa-Oke

891

170

596

na

na

5,009
1,564

547
Osun State Ploytechnic, Iree

3,697
1,606

3,091
Abubakar Tatari Ali Poly., W/Bauchi

3,358
1,123

474
Kaduna State Polytechnic, Zaria

2,463
829

2,456
Rivers State Polytechnic, Bori PH

2,645
1,014

1,166
Federal Polytechnic, Nassarawa

6,256
3,376

687
Federal Polytechnic. K/Namoda

3,526
1,459

764
A/Ibiam Federal Poly., Uwana Afikpo

5,135
2,186

962
Federal Polytechnic,Oko

1,938
702

377
Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Oko

18,300
9,545

1,126
Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro

2,732
850

2,698
Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi

8,630
4,283

1,770
Federal Polytechnic, N/Owerri

4,031
724

190
20

4,297
1,487
na

8,876
4,579

837

1,162
325

Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic, I/Osurua

165

202

1,330
367

Federal Polytechnic, Ede
Adamawa State Polytechnic,Yola

200

105

na

na

3,018
1,688

6,028
305
na

11,149
5,121

391

552
161

147

Our Savoiur Institute of Tech., Enugu

8

Abia State Polytechnic, Aba

8

na

na

149
16
na

337
188

2,827

6,513
3,686

Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic,Kazaure

121

Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara

12

na

na

159
133
na

176
17

1,530

1,814
284

Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja

189

122

1,525
311

Niger State Polytechnic, Zungeru

432

Taraba State Polytechnic, Wukari

79

na

na

2,280
755

644
511
na

786
142

544

779
235

Federal Polytechnic, Damaturu

624

453

741
1,077

Lagos City Polytechnic, Ikeja

1

6

257
7

Grace Polytechnic, Surulere-Lagos

3

Allover Central Polytechnic

4

na

na

1,114
373
539
282

190
7
na

386
196

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

Ronik Polytechnic, Lagos

21

na

na

221
77
na

307
86

59

122
63

Delta State Polytechnic, Ozoro

106

56

963
162

Delta State Polytechnic, Otefe

169

145

668
314

Delta State Polytechnic,Ogwashukwu

15

24

457

661

200

26,089

651

13,397

148

997
346

122,723
39,486

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

1,211
550

657
GRAND TOTAL

1,195
527

39
Nassarawa State Polytechnic, Lafia

1,690
727

212,225
89,502

TABLE 3.25d

SUMMARY OF POLYTECHNIC ENROLMENT BY INSTITUTION, 2004/2005
Higher National Diploma
M
F

NAME OF INSTITUTION

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

184

30

214

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

Hassan Usman Katsina Poly., Katsina
Kwara State Polytechnic, Ilorin

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

913

766

1,679

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

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

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

Lagos State Polytechnic, Ikorodu-Lagos
Kano State Polytechnic, Kano

Federal Polytechnic,Oko

Abubakar Tatari Ali Poly., W/Bauchi

Adamawa State Polytechnic,Yola

na

na

na

Our Savoiur Institute of Tech., Enugu

63

139

202

294

607

901

na

na

na

Abdu Gusau Polytechnic, T/Mafara

359

71

430

Kogi State Polytechnic, Lokoja

Abia State Polytechnic, Aba
Hussaini Adamu Polytechnic,Kazaure

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

34,905

24,965

59,870

GRAND TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

149

TABLE 3.26: JOINT ADMISSION AND MATRICULATION BOARD UNIVERSITIES MATRICULATION
EXAMINATION, 2001-2005.
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
UNIVERSITY

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

25,169

13,503

28,255

13,909

26,281

13,017

18,149

8,863

20,270

9,706

10,199

4,175

11,220

4,099

15,206

5,807

12,753

5,562

11,694

5,090

47,835

32,643

38,836

26,417

44,518

29,860

39,568

27,725

37,471

26,490

15,377

14,619

18,321

17,451

16,026

15,508

15,682

14,410

12,850

12,445

1,782

1,617

22,835

15,470

25,222

17,829

22,710

17,265

21,897

17,360

340,44
0

20,017

47,680

26,530

36,821

21,107

26,003

16,388

11,963

7,623

23,339

14,798

26,645

15,082

28,849

16,624

25,191

15,126

18,079

11,586

12,325

8,406

12,136

7,889

10,968

7,546

11,261

8,432

9,862

7,227

52,214

41,205

51,550

37,645

39,658

29,465

31,149

23,918

24,004

17,576

8,136

5,132

8,420

4,051

10,253

4,919

7,934

3,735

10,198

4,922

29,196

31,361

43,491

48,579

39,655

46,613

395

447

24,117

27,477

21,200

15,462

21,869

16,762

21,146

17,545

18,959

18,157

15,608

14,498

7,109

1,953

8,197

2,206

7,216

2,267

6,599

2,064

7,742

2,578

1,885

474

1,957

399

3,335

779

3,323

630

3,297

688

459

92

733

135

1,076

169

1,297

247

1,344

238

19,049

4,170

25,532

5,991

25,491

6,780

23,638

6,312

21,469

5,464

3,403

4,046

5,190

5,796

5,873

6,794

8,276

10,107

9,223

11,513

8,379

1,776

8,024

1,960

8,603

1,765

6,965

1,415

7,130

1,557

3,493

2,101

5,220

2,773

5,982

3,583

4,579

2,811

5,305

3,255

6,897

4,713

7,913

5,298

9,096

5,920

9,175

5,951

11,082

7,779

1,493

402

3,093

958

2,577

809

2,859

1,025

3,322

1,119

789

545

985

560

1,099

595

1,868

566

1,706

668

6,250

1,073

6,851

1,086

5,147

763

366

56

3,401

580

10,057

9,285

13,641

12,679

14,881

13,630

14,041

12,249

11,716

10,152

6,864

6,924

8,120

7,294

9,219

8,419

11,562

10,112

12,935

11,698

17,669

13,946

20,957

17,850

11,843

10,053

15,502

12,638

16,118

13,495

14,940

11,165

14,842

11,880

11,766

9,606

10,950

9,320

7,597

6,535

2,337

897

2,176

714

2,729

1,409

3,977

2,131

5,727

3,780

8,491

6,691

10,758

8,396

10,073

7,865

7,432

6,052

7,809

6,182

15,904

19,549

23,081

29,606

29,787

39,023

22,745

26,977

12,915

14,235

2,796

2,343

2,216

1,895

3,088

2,404

8,303

7,802

8,654

7,036

4,214

4,658

8,672

8,697

9,283

9,388

10,115

10,127

10,464

10,405

4,330

5,545

4,913

6,715

5,495

7,803

7,826

11,584

9,677

14,030

2,715

1,709

5,934

3,274

7,252

3,958

6,168

3,532

8,171

4,589

200

226

261

378

1,758

1,470

2,055

1,865

1,936

1,514

187

199

550

651

220

226

519

489

374

416

AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY,ZARIA
BAYERO UNIVERSITY,KANO
UNIVERSITY OF BENIN
UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR
UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN
OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY, ILE-IFE

UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN
UNIVERSITY OF JOS
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI
UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA
UNIVERSITY OF PORT-HARCOURT
USMAN DANFODIO UNIVERSITY SOKOTO
ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA
UNIVERSITY,BAUCHI
UNIVERSITY OF AGRIC.,MAKURDI
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,OWERRI
ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY,UTURU
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,AKURE
AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY,EKPOMA
UNIVERSITY OF ADO- EKITI,ADO-EKITI
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,YOLA
UNIVERSITY OF AGRIC.,ABEOKUTA
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,MINNA
UNIVERSITY OF UYO,UYO
OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY,AGO-IWOYE
LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY,OJO LAGOS
RIVERS STATE UNIV. OF SCIENCE AND TECH.
LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIV. OF TECH.,OGBOMOSO
UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA,ABUJA
NNAMDI AZIKWE UNIVERSITY,AWKA
ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,ENUGU
DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY,ABRAKA
IMO STATE UNIVERSITY, OWERRI
BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY,MAKURDI
FED.UNIV.OF AGRICULTURE,UMUDIKE
BABCOCK UNIVERSITY,ILISAN-REMO

150

IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY,OKADA-BENIN
35

44

48

52

121

79

268

194

155

123

256

420

255

293

455

569

521

609

331

384

1,554

1,332

2,906

2,295

3,991

3,289

5,236

5,196

7,151

7,101

3,392

2,803

5,583

4,159

4,341

2,405

4,074

2,322

4,323

2,881

1,176

711

2,709

1,603

3,290

1,866

6,409

3,515

6,890

3,929

25

4

139

19

131

17

237

19

170

14

34
na

22
na

491

458

443

343

1,101

1,076

1,280

1,334

NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY,BAYELSA

4,714

1,911

2,978

1,227

3,884

1,909

4,266

2,438

NASSARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY,KEFFI

na

na
611
na

255
na

1,210

601

2,929

1,775

3,943

2,424

2

3

103

112

113

98

na

na
93

98

116

112

114

87

518

456

642

533

526

460

473

261

457

157

891

291

13

18

155
na

96

MADONNA UNIVERSITY,OKIJA
EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY,ABAKALIKI
ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY,AKUNGBA
KOGI STATE UNIVERSITY,ANYIGBA
KANO STATE UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,KANO
ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,ULLI

BOWEN UNIVERSITY,IWO
BENSON IDAHOSA UNIVERSITY,BENIN CITY

33
na

29
na

COVENANT UNIVERSITY,CANNANLAND,OTA
ADAMAWA STATE UNIVERSITY,MUBI, ADAMAWA

98
na

107
na

297
na

303
na

GOMBE STATE UNIVERSITY,YUDUN WADA

na

na

na

na

499
na

216
na

871
na

409
na

CROSS RIVER STATE UNIVERSITY,CALABAR

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

REDEEMERS UNIVERSITY,OTA OGUN STATE

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

LEAD UNIVERSITY,IBADAN

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

1
TOTAL
743,72
312,89
5
2
SOURCE:JOINT ADMISSON AND MATRICULATION BOARD, Abuja

538,82
7

Note: Not available

151

382,42
3

525,56
4

382,48
7

446,28
5

323,87
1

438,37
8

323,60
3

TABLE 3.26a:

ADMISSION STATISTICS INTO NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES BY INSTITUTION AND SEX,
2003/2004-2006/2007

UNIVERSITY

2003/2004
M
F

2004/2005
M
F

2005/2006
M
F

2006/2007
M
F

3,155

995

3,329

1,356

1,030

356

1,613

652

888

299

1,032

430

1,020

431

1,541
na

694
na

5,153

3,614

4,327

3,167

2,787

1,336

1,765

1,573

2,030

1,957

802

620

414

306

2,105

1,381

1,789

1,350

1,308

974

752

560

2,310

1,226

578

248

256

140

1,683

851

1,455

699

1,131

627

842

639

1,861

1,327

815

450

998

590

777

548

861

619

2,607

1,819

1,819

1,149

999

655

2,555

1,462

1,481

722

1,965
na

934
na

1

3

1,317

606

2,898

2,728

1,172

882

639

399

1,026

1,307

1,114

1,391

591

833

242

346

992

317

1,328
na

462
na

1,340

510

1,359

511

991

237

921

226

19

3

195

34

1,866

928

402

68

614

170

4,149

1,540

616

1,389

1,636

488

1,389

313

2,249

2,441

1,756

2,058

-

3

22

37

466

111

815

247

767

223

1,186

359

1,463

918

1,646

1,073

514

278

753

498

889

488

1,639

1,015

1,413

1,046

1,093

683

153

28

755

248

810

287

769

341

340

167

260

76

222

111

562

304

570

145

70

32

482

123

637

128

955

855

3,216

2,767

827

818

958

662

2,003

1,791

1,774

1,589

149

127

623

395

2,400

1,857

1,380

1,059

1,384

1,087

AHMADU BELLO UNIVERSITY,ZARIA
BAYERO UNIVERSITY,KANO
UNIVERSITY OF BENIN
UNIVERSITY OF CALABAR
UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN
OBAFEMI AWOLOWO UNIVERSITY ILE-IFE
UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN
UNIVERSITY OF JOS
UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS
UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI
UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA
UNIVERSITY OF PORT-HARCOURT
USMANU DANFODIO UNIVERSITY SOKOTO
ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA
UNIVERSITY,BAUCHI
UNIVERSITY OF AGRIC.,MAKURDI
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,OWERRI
ABIA STATE UNIVERSITY,UTURU
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,AKURE
AMBROSE ALI UNIVERSITY,EKPOMA
UNIVERSITY OF ADO- EKITI,ADO-EKITI
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,YOLA
UNIVERSITY OF AGRIC.,ABEOKUTA
FED.UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,MINNA
UNIVERSITY OF UYO,UYO
OLABISI ONABANJO UNIVERSITY,AGOIWOYE
LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY,OJO
LAGOS
RIVERS STATE UNIV. OF SCIENCE AND
TECHNOLOGY
LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIV. OF
TECH.,OGBOMOSO
UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA,ABUJA

810

645

40

11

809

595

1,377

1,162

255

144

486

267

1,091

608

889

534

821

617

956

871

1,172

981

513

317

2,961

3,127

2,613

2,679

1,445

1,071

791

598

3,675

3,163

2,615

2,209

818

627

1,552

1,268

949

849

400

279

556

497

2,328

2,951

1,928

1,851

2,045

2,206

NNAMDI AZIKWE UNIVERSITY,AWKA
ENUGU STATE UNIVERSITY OF SC. AND
TECH.,ENUGU

DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY,ABRAKA
IMO STATE UNIVERSITY, OWERRI

152

2,819

3,656

BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY,MAKURDI
FED.UNIV.OF AGRICULTURE,UMUDIKE
BABCOCK UNIVERSITY,ILISAN-REMO

1,362
na

520
na

1,866
na

928
na

1,338
na
na

33

40

347

325

325

339

180

139

101

838

863

315

351

2,334

2,126

2,937

845
na
na

411
na
na

1,062

731
na
na

1,338
na

665
na

288

302

81

111

104

668

705

616

729

2,872

1,709

1,645

1,022

937

1,801
na

1,058
na

791
551
na

445
375
na

762
560
na

429
376
na

899

1,563

1,407

1,682

1,424

2,199

2,148

1,418

739

1,472

956

1,182

635

1,041
na

625
na

304

105

767

364

740

318

81
na

89
na

168

225

105
na

107
na

227

259

61

61

120

177

IGBINEDION UNIVERSITY,OKADA-BENIN
MADONNA UNIVERSITY,OKIJA
EBONYI STATE UNIVERSITY,ABAKALIKI
ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNIVERSITY,AKUNGBA
KOGI STATE UNIVERSITY,ANYIGBA
KANO STATE UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,KANO
ANAMBRA STATE UNIVERSITY OF TECH.,ULI
NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY,BAYELSA
NASSARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY,KEFFI
BOWEN UNIVERSITY,IWO
BENSON IDAHOSA UNIVERSITY,BENIN CITY
COVENANT UNIVERSITY,CANNANLAND,OTA
359

393

562

480

290

313

586

591

ADAMAWA STATE UNIVERSITY,MUBI
ADAMAWA
GOMBE STATE UNIVERSITY,YUDUN WADA

190
na

79
na

228
na

107
na

302

122

422

223

55

25

120

69

CROS RIVER STATE UNIVERSITY,CALABAR

na

na

na

na

REDEEMERS UNIVERSITY,OTA OGUN
STATE
KADUNA STATE UNIVERSITY
LEAD UNIVERSITY,IBADAN
TOTAL

na

na

na

na

118
na

53
na

972
na

515
na

na
na

na
na

na
na

na
na

na
na

na
na

na
na

na
na

62,023

43,984

60,049

45,906

39,743

25,775

42,953

28,044

SOURCE:JOINT ADMISSON AND MATRICULATION BOARD, Abuja

153

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

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

Abia

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
0

391,18
0

578,71
5

455,368

SOURCE: JOINT ADMISSON AND MATRICULATION BOARD, Abuja
-

154

TABLE 3.26c: ADMISSION INTO NIGERIAN UNIVERSITIES BY STATE OF ORIGIN AND SEX, 2003/20042007/2008
STATE

Abia
Adamawa

2003/2004

2004/2005

2005/2006

2006/2007

2007/2008

MALE

FEMAL
E

MALE

FEMAL
E

MALE

FEMAL
E

MALE

FEMAL

MALE

FEMAL

3,341

3,323

2,985

3,069

1,547

1,288

2,839

2588

793

661

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

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

Bauchi

Gombe

196

65

362

123

292

109

753

312

575

293

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

95

22

367

155

266

144

1066

403

265

60

Imo

Katsina
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

312

75

824

263

591

140

1202

550

320

127

Nassarawa
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

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

Plateau

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

FCT

SOURCE: JOINT ADMISSON AND MATRICULATION BOARD, Abuja

155

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

2003/04

2004/05

M

F

MF

M

F

MF

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

UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN

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

na

na

na

975

na

975

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

na

na

na

28,663

26,482

55,145

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

na

na

na

18,244

na

18,244

9,594

4,112

13,706

18,184

5,872

29,356

13,448

12,124

25,572

13,522

12,205

25,727

389

169

558

389

169

558

3,524

1,671

5,195

4,008

1,964

5,972

510

305

815

510

305

615

NIGERIAN DEFENCE ACADEMY
LAGOS STATE UNIVERSITY

OLABISI ONABANJO UNI. AGO-IWOYE
UNIVERSITY ADO-EKITI

BENUE STATE UNI MARKUEDI
DELTA STATE UNI. ABRAKA
ADEKUNLE AJASIN UNI. ONDO
GOMBE STATE UNIVERSITY
KOGI STATE UNI. AYINGBA
KANO STATE UNI. OF TECH.

156

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

42

22

64

42

22

64

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

1,785

765

2,550

615

267

882

700

300

1,000

133

324

457

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

4,127

3,850

7,977

4,434

3,621

8,055

492,874

234,534

727,408

494,822

285,179

780,001

PAN -AFRICAN UNIVERSITY LAGOS
BENSON IDAHOSA UNI. BENIN

NIG. ARABIC LANG. VILLAGE
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF NIG. LANG.
ABTI-AMERICAN UNIVERSITY

NIGER DELTA UNIVERSITY
TOTAL
Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

157

TABLE 3.28

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

INSTITUTION

2000/01
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

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

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

AHMADU BELLO UNI. ZARIA

NIGERIAN DEFENCE ACADEMY

2001/02

2002/03

OLABISI ONABANJO UNI. AGOIWOYE
UNIVERSITY ADO-EKITI

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

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

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

388

68

456

388

68

456

402

70

BENUE STATE UNI. MAKURDI

EBONYI STATE UNI. ABAKALIKI

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

15,289

3,578

18,867

15,067

3,359

18,426

17,936

4,110

TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

Note: na = Not available.

159

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

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

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

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

UNIVERSITY OF MAIDUGURI

NIGERIAN DEFENCE ACADEMY

OLABISI ONABANJO UNI. AGO-IWOYE
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

na

na

na

na

336

49

385

DELTA STATE UNI. ABRAKA

447

373

74

447

1,204

388

1,592

ADEKUNLE AJASIN UIN. ONDO

BENUE STATE UNI. MAKURDI

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

160

BENSON IDAHOSA UNI. BENIN

101

na

na

na

78

20

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

22,046

19,739

4,132

23,871

21,795

1,740

23,535

TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Education, Abuja.

Note: na = Not available.

161

98

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
ON
AGRICULTURE

29,407

29,741

45,247

47,886

29,757

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
OLOGY
ENVIR.
SCIENCE
LAW

47,278

50,983

51,816

59,702

57,824

10,864

14,676

18,036

18,853

17,968

14,395

13,896

15,430

18,506

16,299

MEDICINE

26,360

25,426

28,001

31,540

25,884

5,727

5,873

5,967

5,538

4,740

SCIENCE

59,361

74,933

78,761

97,724

75,187

SOCIAL
SCIENCE
VETERINARY
MEDICINE
TOTAL

45,320

38,154

54,450

52,924

56,725

3,474

3,365

7,273

3,771

3,735

325,707

349,502

419,253

450,377

393,386

PHARMACY

Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.

TABLE 3.29b NUMBER OF TEACHERS IN FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES BY MAJOR DISCIPLINE, (20012006)
DISCIPLINES

2001/2002

2002/2003

2003/2004

2004/2005

2005/2006

ADMINISTRATI
ON
AGRICULTURE

1,141

890

1,181

982

773

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
LOGY
ENVIR.
SCIENCE
LAW

1,966

1,907

2,171

1,992

1,886

696

820

682

769

889

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
SCIENCE
VETERINARY
MEDICINE
TOTAL

1,130

1,272

775

1,283

1,398

290

379

515

381

377

15,425

17,161

16,659

16,116

15,890

Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.

162

TABLE 3.29C

STUDENT /TEACHER RATIO IN FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES, (2001-2006)

DISCIPLINES

2001/200
2

2002/2003

2003/2004

2004/2005

2005/2006

NUC
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
GY
ENVIR. SCIENCE

24

27

24

30

30

30

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
MEDICINE
TOTAL

12

9

14

10

10

30

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

2001/
02

2002/
03

2003/
04

2004/
05

2001/
02

2002/
03

2003/
04

2004/
05

2001/
02

2002/
03

2003/
04

2004/
05

296

296

296

279

305

305

305

321

637

637

637

549

239

228

226

226

330

250

273

273

493

626

405

405

214

214

214

187

410

410

410

404

638

638

638

488

120

120

134

140

179

179

177

186

837

837

908

879

262

262

367

367

228

228

270

270

769

769

706

706

177

190

191

191

200

196

226

226

520

483

514

514

86

19

19

126

148

43

43

141

407

218

218

387

100

116

116

119

123

128

128

157

472

630

630

438

55

55

55

69

150

150

150

171

288

288

288

328

325

365

399

399

591

639

698

698

711

823

895

895

35

65

65

63

92

93

94

96

215

236

246

249

135

135

135

134

122

140

140

158

350

386

386

382

71

71

89

91

162

162

207

209

264

264

343

347

58

96

90

106

126

130

42

146

492

476

623

502

79

91

91

94

173

277

215

201

239

182

244

249

18

18

18

46

44

44

44

43

129

129

129

120

40

70

70

129

65

55

55

145

147

209

209

296

67

24

92

92

79

52

85

85

401

201

443

443

17

43

43

43

28

73

73

73

86

119

119

119

48

101

101

106

60

96

96

102

162

291

291

324

47

70

70

85

58

58

58

86

280

247

247

268

42

124

124

124

52

79

79

79

260

438

438

438

18

18

18

18

46

46

46

46

147

147

147

147

19
na

206
na

206
na

28

48
na

356
na

356
na

46

532
na

478
na

478
na

230

NDA, Kaduna
NOUN

na

na

na

15
na

na

na

na

22
na

na

na

na

143
na

2,568

2,997

3,229

3,277

3,819

4,189

4,270

4,384

9,476

9,752

10,182

9,846

University
Ibadan
Lagos
Nsukka
ABU, Zaria
Ife
Benin
Jos
Calabar
Kano
Maiduguri
Sokoto
Ilorin
P/Harcourt
Uyo
Awka
Abuja
Abeokuta
Makurdi
Umudike
Owerri
Akure
Bauchi
Minna
Yola

Total

Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available.

164

TABLE 3.31b
DISCIPLINES

GRADUATE OUTPUT BY POST-GRADUATE DIPLOMA 2000/2001 -- 2004/2005
2000/20001

2001/2002

2002/2003

2003/2004

2004/2005

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

M

F

3,456

1,055

1,461

594

950

527

1,341

701

1,095

599

287

30

169

42

101

37

214

40

136

46

405

105

105

43

100

118

75

53

74

41

415

237

818

519

590

397

451

476

304

206

693

32

534

52

329

63

346

58

570

49

96

17

129

28

129
na

82
na

162
na

36
na

159
na

31
na

10

3

89

65

15
na

11
na

51
na

31
na

100
na

62
na

25
na

12
na

22
na

18
na

810

475

413

98

243

90

343

123

269

111

1,188
na

456
na

1,111
na

193
na

694
na

476
na

765
na

292
na

533
na

388
na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

4

3
na

na

3,162

1,489

ADMINISTRATION
AGRICULTURE
ARTS
EDUCATION
ENGR/TECHNOLOGY
ENVIR. SCIENCE
LAW
MEDICINE
PHARMACY
SCIENCE
SOCIAL SCIENCE
DENTISTRY
VETERINARY MEDICINE
8
OTHERS
190

95

180

42

235

87

36

39

7,573
2,516
Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.

5,060

1,707

3,471

1,939

3,762

1,833

TOTAL

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

3,470

1,241

2,879

987

5,326

992

2,334

1,212

1,676

768

138

38

418

142

368

136

324

94

202

59

681

304

1,074

365

568

189

637

310

280

169

723

736

1,406

962

1,061

854

1,043

849

328

317

296

23

539

97

409

162

416

71

166

21

252

39

127

39

154

56

220

81

296

122

218

137

253

91

250

132

329

183

33

12

95

25

279

125

219

98

517

129

66

36

23

7

25

15

58

27

105

39

11

3

393

165

820

322

557

145

566

239

2,586

106

1,327

362

3,096

996
na

1,719
na

500
na

1,987

733

688

412
na

29

12

1

9

1

2

16

2

38

4

28

9

22

6

12

6

53

15

39

12

31

8

20

16

6

2

7,714
3,106
Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.

10,994

4,157

10,748

3,308

8,529

3,963

6,352

2,033

ADMINISTRATION
AGRICULTURE
ARTS
EDUCATION
ENGR/TECHNOLOGY
ENVIR. SCIENCE
LAW
MEDICINE
PHARMACY
SCIENCE
SOCIAL SCIENCE
DENTISTRY
VETERINARY MEDICINE
OTHERS
TOTAL

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

103

60

130

54

102

71

103

72

47

16
2

EDUCATION
ENGR/TECHNOLOGY

32

1

34

4

36

3

45

1

27

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

543

147

578

143

553

199

577

217

336

92

TOTAL

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

10,247

4,600

9,080

4,998

12,670

6,843

7,777

5,116

5,315

3,215

1,558

689

2,058

908

1,939

1,073

1,882

987

690

284

3,885

2,771

4,242

3,403

4,433

4,310

3,538

3,154

2,104

1,725

5,370

5,150

5,575

4,783

5,313

4,713

3,958

4,405

3,031

2,634

5,215

637

5,665

832

6,199

1,028

4,989

819

1,824

188

1,343

444

1,347

464

1,488

699

1,335

487

1,105

397

1,797

1,130

2,459

1,939

3,099

2,797

2,233

1,644

1,043

638

1,316

605

1,890

775

1,821

1,074

1,776

868

448

284

269

86

340

154

245

172

433

277

25

17

6,020

3,154

5,781

3,279

6,715

4,593

5,375

2,978

5,092

1,610

7,633

4,056

12,708

6,201

10,693

6,662

8,853

5,269

4,170

3,113

29

12

46

22

67

30

57

22

2

98

21

152

53

190

64

86

32

48

13

832

423

1,278

512

1,152

497

681

269

280

211

45,612
23,778
Source: National Universities Commission, Abuja.

52,621

28,323

56,024

34,555

42,973

26,327

25,177

14,329

ADMINISTRATION
AGRICULTURE
ARTS
EDUCATION
ENGR/TECHNOLOGY
ENVIR. SCIENCE
LAW
MEDICINE
PHARMACY
SCIENCE
SOCIAL SCIENCE
DENTISTRY

na

VETERINARY MEDICINE
OTHERS
TOTAL

Note: na = Not available.

167

TABLE 3.34

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

STATE

2004
MALE

Abia

2005

(%)

FEMALE

(%)

MALE

(%)

57.6

1,279

42.4

1,464

49.1

55.3

1,423

44.7

1,329

49.7

1,741
Adamawa

57.0

1,252

43.0

1,535

50.8

54.9

1,405

45.1

1,622

48.4

54.5

1,432

45.5

1,453

49.3

57.8

1,352

42.3

1,303

50.2

53.1

1,386

46.9

1,508

51.3

55.6

1,428

44.4

1,412

53.1

54.3

1,393

45.7

1,534

50.6

53.8

1,432

46.2

1,683

49.6

59.6

1,202

40.4

1,314

49.3

50.4

1,510

49.6

1,601

49.2

54.0

1,376

46.0

1,514

49.3

55.0

45.0
1,388
46.4
1,495

Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi

54.6

50.6

45.5
1,425
1,306

45.4

49.5
1,190
1,463

52.6

1,442

49.1

1,669

50.1

34.6

1,395

65.4

1,952

47.4

52.5

1,367

47.5

1,445

50.6

49.4
1,410

51.5

1,482

48.5

1,482

50.9

1,575

49.1
1,428

49.8

1,558

50.2

1,764

49.9

1,546
Ondo

52.6
2,168

1,508

Ogun

49.9
1,661

739

Niger

47.4
1,317

50.9

Nassarawa

50.5
1,212

1,494
Lagos

49.4
1,329

1,571
Kwara

50.4
1,874

1,364

54.5
1,709

49.6

44.9
1,405

49.5
1,925

1,847

55.1
1,723

50.5

47.1
1,542

49.5
1,205

1,960

52.9
1,731

50.5

47.9
1,516

52.0
1,678

1,229

52.1
1,650

48.0

44.5
1,413

49.6
1,341

1,551

55.5
1,765

50.4

44.1
1,347

50.5
1,670

1,365

55.9
1,704

49.5
1,634

53.6
1,730

Imo

50.7
1,556

1,694
Gombe

50.8
1,654

1,614
Enugu

50.7
1,351

1,532
Ekiti

50.4
1,713

1,772
Edo

49.4
1,499

1,670
Ebonyi

46.9
1,248

1,656
Delta

48.7
1,431

1,785
Cross River

49.8
1,294

1,572
Borno

50.7
1,494

1,848
Benue

51.6
1,726

1,712
Bayelsa

49.2
1,484

1,710
Bauchi

50.3
1,343

1,662
Anambra

(%)
50.9

1,517

1,761
Akwa Ibom

FEMALE

50.1
1,768

54.0

1,361

46.0

1,598

1,470

48.5

51.5
1,560

168

Osun

52.1

1,419

47.9

1,532

48.8

1,543
Oyo

47.9

1,611

52.1

1,669

49.8

1,483
Plateau

52.8

1,584

47.2

1,731

54.4

44.7

1,640

55.3

1,905

50.1

54.5

1,423

45.5

1,445

49.7

52.9

1,512

47.1

1,268

49.9

53.8

1,461

46.2

1,256

48.6

56.9
48.1

43.1
1,409
1,070

1,248

48.8

51.2
1,308

51.9

1,794

51.9

990
NIGERIA

51.4
1,327

1,862
FCT

50.1
1,272

1,702
Zamfara

50.3
1,460

1,696
Yobe

49.9
1,896

1,702
Taraba

45.6
1,453

1,323
Sokoto

50.2
1,680

1,772
Rivers

51.2
1,609

48.1
1,660

53.4

51,371

46.6

58,855
Source: National Youth Service Corps
,Abuja.

54,711

49.9

50.1
54,861

169

TABLE 3.34 Cont'd
STATE
MALE

NATIONAL YOUTH SERVICE CORP (NYSC) DISTRIBUTION BY STATE AND BY
SEX 2006-2008 .
2006
%
FEMA
LE

%

MALE

2007
%
FEMA
LE

%

MALE

2008
% FEMA
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

2025

40.1

3021

59.9

2583

43.5

3360

56.5

4609

46.9

5215

53.1

66634

54.5

55667

45.5

71580

54.3

60148

45.7

10211
3

54.4

85629

45.6

FCT
NIGERIA

Source: National Youth Service Corps ,Abuja.

170

TABLE3.34b:
DISCIPLINE

DISTRIBUTION OF CORPS MEMBER BY DISCIPLINE, 2004-2008
2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

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

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
DESIGN(ARC;SURV/EST.MGT ETC)

4,941

5,305

6,933

7,469

9,606

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
(LAB.TECH/NURS.ETC)

1,988

2,134

1,998

3,005

3,864

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

240

258

337

363

467

5,158

7,192

7,444

10,125

31,350

87,138

93,565

122,301

131,725

187,744

ACCTS/BUS. STUDIES

EDUC.VOCATION

PHAMACY

VET. MEDICINE
OTHERS

TOTAL

Source: National Youth Service Corps , Abuja.

171

TABLE 3.35

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

CAMPUS

2003/2004

2004/2005

2005/2006

2006/2007

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

Abuja

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
17,009

Total
Source: Nigerian Law School, Abuja.

172

TABLE 3.37: REGISTERED MEMBERS OF TEACHERS REGISTRATION COUNCIL OF NIGERIA BY
STATE AND GENDER(Primary School Teachers),2003-2008
STATE

2003
MALE

2004
MALE

2005
MALE

2007
MALE

2008
MALE

Abia

1,649

FEMAL
E
4,845

1,337

FEMAL
E
6,608

1,487

FEMAL
E
8,284

1,759

FEMAL
E
10,435

3,107

FEMAL
E
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

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

Kano

FCT
TOTAL

1,130

1,322

1,211

667

1,870

1,866

2,449

2,553

4,029

5,666

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.

173

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

MALE
1,445

FEMALE
1,400

MALE
824

FEMALE
2,259

MALE
1,427

FEMALE
1,657

Adamawa

490

406

1,140

761

1,619

656

Akwa Ibom

841

1,400

1,714

2,089

1,645

3,137

1,051

2,346

1,875

3,639

1,092

4,422

576

560

803

414

1,479

458

Bayelsa

1,050

692

473

1,308

530

Benue

1,873

1,050

1,460

1,672

2,234

Abia

Anambra
Bauchi

Borno

2008

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

1,354

2,396

1,783

5,089

1,465

519

3,014

2,260

2,041

1,805

3,170

4,343

1,102

3,211

1,544

5,784

1,337

578
1,107

197
675

2,481
2,230

1,781
2,165

898

2,834

892

3,895

3,529

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

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

Gombe

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
Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL

713

350

704

585

719

720

949

359

1,983

1,499

1,167

455

1,099

639

1,281

532

545

319

1,588

1,066

559

140

849

391

938

302

639

326

2,291

1,151

1,280

855

1,172

1,117

1,192

1,097

901

1,163

2,313

3,253

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.

174

TABLE 3.39

STATE

PERCENTAGE OF ADULT AND YOUTH LITERACY IN ANY LANGUAGE,2008

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.

175

FIGURE 3.39 % OF LITERACY IN NIGERIA 2008.

Percentage of literacy in Nigeria 
,2008

ADULT

Percentage of literacy 
in Nigeria

MF

FEMALE

MALE

MF

FEMALE

MALE

90.0
80.0
70.0
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
0.0

YOUTH

176

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 (20032008). 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
177

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%.

178

TABLE 4.1:

HEALTH MANPOWER SITUATION IN NIGERIA, 2004- 2008

HUMAN RESOURCES
`Registered Medical Practitioners
Nigerian
Non- Nigerian
Registered Dental Practitioners
Nigerian
Non- Nigerian
Optometrists
Nigerian
Non- Nigerian
Registered Midwives
Registered Nurses
Registered Psychiatric Nurses
Dispensing Opticians
Registered Nurses
Registered Public Health Nurse Tutors
Registered Public Health Nurses
Registered Nurses
Nurse Administrator
Registered Nurse Anesthetists
Newly Admitted Student Comm, Midwives
Medical Record Officers
Radiographers
Physiotherapists
Dental Technologists
Public Health Nursing Officer
Pharmacists Council
Psychiatric Nurses
Paediatricians
Nurse Educators
Midwife Educators
Orthopaedic Nurses
Ophthalmic Nurses
Peri -Operative Nurses
Nurse Anaesthetists
Accident and Emergency Nurses
Nurses Administrators
Public Health Nurse
Occupational Therapists
Public Health Nurse Educators
Total

2004

2005

2006

2007

na
na
na
na
na
na
805

na
na
na
na
na
na
847

na
na
na
2,571
2,356
215
na

55,376
52,408
2,968
2,571
2,356
215
1,415

803
2
1,754
3,430
na
5
na
na
112

845
2
2,138
3,284
na
5
na
na
132

na
na
1,838
4,182
na
na
na
na
69

na
na
90,489
128,918
na
na
na
na
na

22
34
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
220
63
41
22
55
na
112
34
97
22
112
na
na

16
27
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
207
73
65
16
55
na
141
27
115
16
132
na
1
8,144

7
48
na
na
na
na
na
na
na
250
na
41
18
49
na
202
48
na
7
69
10
4
11,984

1,228
517
na
na
840
1,473
505
na
13,199
6,005
226
2,102
716
721
418
1,794
517
656
1,228
4,308
29
162
373,360

7,745
Source:Federal Ministry of Health,Abuja/ Nursing and Midfery Council of Nigeria, Lagos.
Note: na = Not Available

179

TABLE 4.1a

SELECTED HEALTH MANPOWER SITUATION IN THE STATE, 2008

STATE

HEALTH MANPOWER
MEDICAL
DOCTOR

DENTIST

NURSES *

MIDWIVES

PHARMACIS
TS

OPTOMITRI
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

596

na

36

na

169

20

1,019

na

35

na

Enugu

67

na

824

na

na

na

Gombe

295

21

1,255

na

92

na

91

3

na

na

22

15

Jigawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kaduna

158

77

468

na

na

na

Edo

*

Ekiti

Imo

Kano

170

na

na

na

na

na

na

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

Katsina

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

6

815

na

82

9

327

20,640

na

1,229

67

FCT

305

GRAND
4,512
TOTAL
Source:State Ministry of Health.

* Edo figures are from the 34state Govt.hospitals only.

180

TABLE 4.2a:

PROJECTED HIV POPULATION BY STATES 2002-2008

STATE

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

63,810

70,525

74,796

79,137

87,778

96,146

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

Abia

Akwa Ibom

2007

2008
60,668

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
Nigeria

169,552

160,110

142,792

124,641

127,972

119,054

61,965

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

181

TABLE4.2b
STATE

HIV/AIDS PREVALENCE RATE IN NIGERIA, 2001,2003 ,2005& 2008
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

10.2

8.4

6.3

9.9

4.6

4.8

11.4

4.6

FCT
Aggregate

Source: National Agency for the Control of AIDS/HIV(NACA), Abuja

182

TABLE4.3 :
STATE

HEALTH CARE FACILITIES BY OWNERSHIP AND STATE 2004
PRIMARY
PUBLIC
PRIVATE

SECONDARY
PUBLIC PRIVATE

Abia

221

500

12

Adamawa

232

86

Akwa Ibom

344

1

Anambra

167

Bauchi

648

Bayelsa

TERTIARY
PUBLIC
PRIVATE

TOTAL
PUBLIC
PRIVATE

13

2

na

235

14

na

1

na

247

86

45

148

1

na

390

149

125

35

533

2

na

204

658

2

17

na

1

na

666

2

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

513

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

na

223

8

2

2

na

10

225

13,703
6,575
Source:Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja.

845

2,458

59

1

14,607

9,034

FCT
GRAND TOTAL

Note: na = Not Available

183

TABLE4.4:

HEALTH CARE FACILITIES POPULATION RATIO BY STATE 2000
STATE

2000Mid-Yr Pop

Rotio of POPto HF

Primary
Health Care

Ratio of PHC to
POP

Abia

2,444,367

3,268

Adamawa

2,677,365

8,039

318

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

493,265

2,099

223

2,212

115,973,027

4,829

20,278

5,629

FCT
GRAND TOTAL
Source:Federal Ministry of Health Abuja.

184

8,418

TABLE4.5
STATE

HEALTH CARE FACILITIES POPULATION RATIO BY STATE 2004
2004Mid-Yr
Pop

Total Health
facilities

Ratio of POP to
HF

Primary Health
Care

Ratio of PHC
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

555,175

235

2,362

223

2,490

130,528,303

23,640

5,521

20,278

6,436

FCT
GRAND TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja

185

TABLE 4.6

REPORTED CASES OF NOTIFIABLE DISEASES 2002-2008

TYPE OF DISEASEPERIOD

ACUTE FLACCID PARALYSIS
CHOLERA
CHICKEN POX

PERIOD
2002

2003

2004

12

81

134

23,441

11,933

2005

2006

153

284

10,785

20,526

13,522

2007

2008

na

na

12,194

17,854

23,743

11,283

6,944

na

na

na

VIRAL HEM FEVER (LASSA
FEVER)

na

31

51

88

31

43

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

na

na

na

na

na

43,391

19,540

18,052

14,924

17,141

21,580

13,240

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

87,941

141,633

82,227

149,561

12,925

65,804

PARALYTIC POLIOMYLITIS
PERTUSSIS
ANTHRAX (HUMAN)
MEASLES

na
na

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

na

12,829

3,709

1,857

na

2,455

2,582

9,333

16,355

5,548

6,419

LEPROSY
LYMPATHATIC FILARIASIS
TRIPANOMIASIS(S. SICKNESS)
RABIES (HUMAN)
TYPHOID AND PARATYPHOID
WHOOPING COUGH
INFECTIOUS YAWS
SNAKE BITE

na
619

na
837

6,922

3,726

7,104

na

Na

82

29

1

na

na

Na

na

104,154

77,850

39,337

na

na

na

Na

43,391

16,893

6,412

na

na

Na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Na

2,826

1,807

1,142

na

na

na

na

186

LASSA FEVER
FOOD POISONING
MALARIA

DYSENTARY (ALL TYPES)
PNEUMONIA
TUBERCULOSIS

55

31

51

na

na

27,248

16,106

11,598

na

na

2,710,407

2,631,696

3,109,166
3,183,27
2
na

3,547,830

269,017

268,929

22,582

34,506

na

na

na

330,515

201,964

269,327

15,460

28,643

na

23,382

na

na

4,481,725

5,307,553

na

na

374,191

364,331

31,264

32,882

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
GONNORRHOEA
SYPHILLIS
TRACHOMA
MALE URETHRAL DISCHARGE
FILARIASIS
ONCHOCERCIASIS(R.BLDNESS)
VAGINAL DISCHARGE
SCHISTOMIASIS
NEW HIV/AIDS CASES
ALL

5,497

2,571

835

na

na

na

Na

38,817

20,643

9,408

na

na

Na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Na

21,513

19,731

15,284

na

na

na

na

na

4,433

3,958

75,175

Na

7,983

8,290

7,577

16,355

3,726

na

9,407

7,050

3,728

6,161
56,101

Na

45,354

40,267

na

na

na

na

44,018

47,365

16,095

21,454
6,587,628

7,146,482

4,820,49
6

5,170,144

11,534

13,583

6,922

5,976

3,842

3,743

na

3,472

22,279

14,381

7,653

4,282

7,052

1,342

17,723

4,726,227

3,509,575

Source: Federal Ministry of Health ,Abuja
na: not available

187

4,771,541

TABLE 4.6a

REPORTED CASES OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES, 2008.
SELECTED DISEASES

STATE
CHOLE
RA

DIARH
OEA(S
WB)

DIARHOE
A
(DYSENT
RY)

MALARIA

PNEUM
ONIA

TUBER
CULOS
IS

TETANU
S(N)

GONO
RRHO
EA

FILARI
ASIS

HIV?
AIDS

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

498

1,091

223,996

1,672

104

88

na

na

386

Bayelsa
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
1,106

C/River

1

9,320

1,161

85,142

7,129

406

24

na

23

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

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

1,829

19,171

4,644

21,442

2,260

702

10

554

na

385

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
8,642

Delta
Ebonyi

Gombe
Imo

Nassarawa

138

4,225

5,457

164,507

9,423

13,079

114

na

788

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

*

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

4

8,411

1,401

65,440

4,295

966

5

na

na

3,006

6,330

188,868

182,887

2,755,733

151,271

57,410

882

18,604

1,144

37,048

FCT
GRAND
TOTAL

Source:State Ministry of Health.
* Tetanus(N) &Tetanus(O) number are combined
* Gonnorrhoea & Opthalamiasis Neonatorium number are combined
* Gonnorrhoea &,Syphilis, Herpes are combined

188

288

TABLE4.7:

REPORTED CASES OF DEATHS FROM NOTIFIABLE DISEASES,2002-2008

TYPE OF DISEASE

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

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

0

0

240

19

15

na

Na

2,311

2,368

2,116

4,190

2,093

2,454

2,098

815

694

815

762

604

1,007

Na

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

CHOLERA

VIRAL INFLUENZA
DIARHOEA (N)
DIARHOEA (SWB)
ACUTE POLIOMYLITIS

ANTHRAX (HUMAN)
MEASLES

na

na

na

na

na

na

Na

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

na

na

na

na

na

Na

na

TRIPANOMIASIS(S. SICKNESS)
RABIES (HUMAN)

1

na

na

na

na

na

Na

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

164

161

103

na

na

na

Na

9

18

24

19

15

20

Na

TYPHOID AND PARATYPHOID

SNAKE BITE
VRAL HEM FEVER (LASSA FEVER)
FOOD POISONING
MALARIA
DYSENTARY (ALL TYPES)
PNEUMONIA

366

341

213

na

na

Na

na

4,072

4,057

6,052

6,495

6,586

10,506

Na

na

na

na

na

na

Na

na

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

1

na

4

1

1

na

na

ONCHOCERCIASIS(R.BLDNESS)
SCHISTOMIASIS
HIV/AIDS
ALL

2

27

9

na

na

371

406

641

491

404

740

925

13,304

15,767

14,107

17,236

11,854

16,821

8,112

Source: Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja
Note: na = Not Available

189

TABLE 4.7a
STATE

REPORTED DEATHS OF SELECTED NOTIFIABLE DISEASES, 2008.
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

Ekiti

na

na

na

na

na

Enugu

na

21

na

49

10

Gombe

5

na

na

23

9

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
GRAND TOTAL

na

9

1

33

11

169

4,509

31,681

103,602

9,839

Source:State Ministry of Health.

190

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

TUBERCULO
SIS

TETANUS(N)

GONORRHOEA

FILARIASIS

HIV?AIDS

Abia

na

na

na

na

na

Adamawa

na

na

na

na

72

Akwa Ibom

2

14

na

2

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

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

Anambra

Ebonyi

na

na

na

na

na

Kwara

9

6

na

na

4

Lagos

na

na

na

na

na

Nassarawa

54

na

na

na

143

2

na

na

41

Niger
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

1,192

109

1,444

na

37,815

GRAND TOTAL

Source: ”State Ministry of Health.

191

TABLE4.8.1:

TOTAL NUMBER OF REGISTERED COMPANIES BY NAFDAC 2001-2006

LICENCES BY
TYPE

2001
Applications
1,544
Received
NEW/Number
2,148
Granted
Number
2
Withdrawned
Number Denied
na
Imported Fake/Sub
34
Std/Drug
Impounded
Source: NAFDAC HQTRS, Abuja.

TABLE4.8.2
PRODUCT

2002
1,853

PERIOD
2003
4,609

2004
6,545

2005
4,994

2,964

4,306

5,468

5,194

27

58

180

26

na
217

100
176

23
273

35
470

NUMBER OF REGISTERED PRODUCTS BY NAFDAC 2001-2008
PERIOD
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005

FOOD
IMPORTED
LOCAL
TOTAL

2006

2007

2008

347
127
474

174
373
547

181
408
589

210
822
1,032

172
817
989

254
1152
1406

312
1,108
1,420

414
1,189
1,603

317
191
508

187
250
437

2,062
378
2,440

2,571
510
3,081

1,563
576
2,139

1246
752
1998

1,358
893
2,251

1,231
455
1,686

105
160
265

9
82
91

343
329
672

268
516
784

56
246
302

145
794
939

96
571
667

153
548
701

35
4
39

6
1
7

33
1
34

128
5
133

94
1
95

146
29
175

112
19
131

101
11
112

IMPORTED
na
LOCAL
258
TOTAL
258
GRAND TOTAL
1,544
Source: NAFDAC HQTRS, Abuja.

na
771
771
1,853

na
874
874
4,609

na
1,515
1,515
6,545

na
1,469
1,469
4,994

1687
1687
6205

na
1,479
1,479
5,938

na
1,904
1,904
6006

DRUGS
IMPORTED
LOCAL
TOTAL
COSMETICS
IMPORTED
LOCAL
TOTAL
MEDICAL SERVICES
IMPORTED
LOCAL
TOTAL
PRE PACKAGED WATER

192

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

YEAR
2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

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

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

IMPORTED

31

34

268

56

98

70

455

LOCAL

30

53

516

246

527

867

468

TOTAL

61

87

784

302

625

437

923

FOOD
IMPORTED

DRUGS

COSMETICS

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

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

PRE PACKAGE WATER

Source: NAFDAC HQTRS, Abuja.
Note: na = Not Available

193

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.

194

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

195

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.

196

TABLE4.11: PERCENTAGE OF PREGNANT WOMEN REGISTERED WITH CLINICS BY STATE, 20012008
STATE

2003

2004

2005

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

2006

2007

2008

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.

197

TABLE4.12:
STATE

CRUDE DEATH RATE BY STATE 2001-2005
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.

198

TABLE 4.13:
STATE
Abia

PERCENTAGE OF WOMEN MARRIED BEFORE 15 YEARS OLD 2001-2005
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
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

33.73

34.18

33.30

26.64

17.74

Nigeria

Source: General Household Survey, NBS, Abuja.

199

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

MEDICI
NE

PHARMACY

NURSE
S

MIDWIVES

RADIOGR
APHERS

HEALTH
RECORD
OFFICERS

2002

DENT
TECH.

DENT
AL
THER
APIST
S

OPTOMET
RISTS

na
26,360

5,727
na

2003
2004

22,088
na

na

2005

na

na

2006

na

na

5,075
4,913

2,138
2,355

77

564
na

38

137

40

369

36

364

32

445

46

306

na

90
na

4,483
4,078

3,089

90
na

2,960

762
na
924

na
1,880

1,189

na
1,244

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
Y

NURSES/
MIDWIVES

RADIOG
RAPHER
S

COMMUNITY
HEALTH
PRACTITION
ERS

HEALTH
RECORD
OFFICERS

2,300

517

3,138

8

9,322

97
na

2002
2003
2,300

242

3,199

23

249

3,419

15

2,300

717

2,300

3,272
na

18
na

534

6,382
6,624
8,505

Source: Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja.
Note: na = Not available

200

na

39

na

40

na

34

na

36

na

39

OPTOM
ETRIST
S

106
129

123

2005
2006

DENTAL
THERAPISTS

7,112

2004
2,300

DENT
TECH.

33

94
339

61
124

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);

POPULATION IN POVERTY

54.4 (2004)

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

201

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 NEONATALTETANUS

85.60%

BIRTH WEIGHT 500g AND ABOVE

83%

PERCENTAGE OF UNDER FIVE
MALNURISHED

36%

COMPLETE IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE
BEFORE FIRST BIRTHDAY(URBAN)

27%

COMPLETE IMMUNIZATION COVERAGE
BEFORE FIRST BIRTHDAY(RURAL)

10%

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
MONTHS

73%(MICS 2007)

BREASTFEEDING RATE(RURAL)12-15
MONTHS

79.4%(MICS 2007)

SOURCES:NBS- (i) Multiple Indicators Cluster Survey, 2007
(ii) National Demographic Health Survey, 2008

202

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

2,539

5,288

4,869
na

Cross River
Delta

12,660

16,144

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

8,013

na

na

506,983

292,932

121,988

FCT
TOTAL

Source:Federal Ministry of Water Resouces Survey, Abuja
Note: na = Not available

203

TABLE 4.18:

CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES (CHOLERA), 2003 - 2005

STATE

2003

2004

2005

9

na

678

Adamawa

28

na

na

Akwa Ibom

6

na

117

Abia

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
Katsina

207

154

12,341

1,079

na

20,802

na

na

1,413

Kebbi
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
TOTAL

8

na

60

2,598

1,555

93,651

Source: Federal Ministry of Water Resources Survey, Abuja
na = Not Available

204

TABLE 4.19

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

STATE

2003

2004

2005

459

1,734

na

Adamawa

9651

4,160

na

Akwa Ibom

1,269

1,108

328

Abia

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

179

702

735

Delta

6,946

7,716

0

Ebonyi

1,793

782

0

Edo

3,668

2,704

237

Ekiti

na

864

88

Cross River

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

217,675

134,649

53,857

TOTAL

Source:Federal Ministry of Water Resources Survey, Abuja
na = Not Available

205

TABLE 4.20:

STATE
Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
Cross River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun
Ondo
Osun
Oyo
Plateau
Rivers
Sokoto
Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL

CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES SCHISTOSOMIASIS 2003-2005

2003

2004

na
na
124
na
na
na
6
na
110
70
1
5
940
na
4,074
na
na
na
na
1
81
na
25
na
na
10
3
na
na
2
1
na
na
na
na
na
10
67
63
na
na
na
na
1
4
278
33
na
218
na
29
na
na
na
1,412
627
45
51
25
6
8
3
na
na
na
na
380
657
11
73
9
na
38
na
7,650
1,851
Source:Federal Ministry of Water Resources Survey, Abuja

na = Not Available

206

2005
113
na
59
430
146
na
868
165
na
15
660
455
1,484
2,596
na
1,075
4,578
2,649
7,163
5,767
631
1,742
274
1
1,476
684
857
527
644
1,107
542
20
4,816
1,019
na
1,506
175
44,244

TABLE4.21

CASES OF WATER BORNE DISEASES (TYPHOD FEVER), 2003 -2005

STATE
Abia

2003
966

2004
34

2005
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

280

1,037

2,309

1,092

5,808

6,740

888

252

4,220

2,813

4,658

21,108

Cross River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti

na

35

10,432

1,537

na

45,211

75

27

1,439

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

Enugu
Gombe
Imo

Kebbi

982

na

5,288

5,422

4,678

18,728

Kwara

181

129

4,711

Lagos

19,347

na

1,597

Kogi

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

121

na

12,814

2,282

na

1,560

77,850

34,634

427,062

Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL

Source: Federal Mininstry of Water Resources Survey, Abuja
na = Not Available

207

TABLE4.22a :

REPORTED CASES OF TUBERCULOSIS IN NIGERIA

CASES
2004
Total number of all cases
detected

59,943

Total New Smear Positive
Cases detected

31,385

PERIOD
2006

2005

66,897

73,854

35,080

39,903

2004 - 2008

2007

2008

86,241

90,311

44,016

46,026

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
END OF YEAR

REPORTED CASES OF LEPROSY IN NIGERIA 2000 -2008

REPORTE
D CASES

NEW
CASES
DETECT
ED

7,128

6,672

6,609

5,981

5,690

5,078

5,243

4,799

5,348

5,270

5,034

5,014

7,803
na

4,861

2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007

PREVALEN
CE
RATE/10,000
POP

CDR/10
,000

CHILDRE
N
AFFECT
ED (%)

DISABLE
D(%)

MB(%
)

0.5

na

9.9

12.3

82.9

0.5

0.5

10.1

11.9

84.6

0.4

0.4

9.3

11.7

83.3

0.4

0.4

8.2

11.8

83.6

0.3

0.4

10

12.5

87.3

0.3

0.4

9.4

11.7

86.67

0.6

0.4

10.3

12.2

87.2

na

na

na

11.6

89.8

na

0.3

10.8

14

87.7

4,665
2008

na
4,899

Source: Federal Ministry of Health,Abuja.

208

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

142,523

157,372

102,266

130,969

114,234

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

Delta
Ebonyi

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

3,247,241

3,183,072

3,547,830

4,948,838

2,934,174

GRAND TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja
Note: na = Not Available

209

TABLE4.24

REPORTED DEATHS FROM MALARIA, 2002 - 2007

STATE
Abia
Adamawa
Akwa bom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa

2002
Na
Na
Na
Na
Na
13

2003
na
75
18
27
222
31

2004
27
34
29
9
84
48

2005
36
49
7
55
422
51

2006
41
107
13
29
361
46

2007
23
248
1
24
335
74

Benue
Borno

105
539

41
536

34
402

28
223

16
241

46
419

C/River
Delta

Na
19

na
236

64
361

98
144

74
76

137
127

Ebonyi
Edo

44
71

57
33

39
54

25
55

16
56

na
60

Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo

Na
15
102
74

na
18
20
171

2
33
143
185

38
7
132
99

19
8
51
146

7
10
59
53

Jigawa
Kaduna

214
263

125
119

135
74

na
62

na
14

229
3

Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos

772
283
311
Na
Na
45

1,401
258
817
26
na
64

347
1,044
695
10
na
43

na
1,087
690
4
na
20

429
1,296
319
na
1
37

372
2,049
336
5
17
72

Nassarawa
Niger

Na
27

na
27

34
18

9
116

13
26

na
58

Ogun
Ondo
Osun
Oyo

Na
7
1
Na

na
12
1
na

na
9
8
na

30
59
na
na

18
44
3
18

26
28
na
42

Plateau
Rivers
Sokoto
Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara

3
45
77
265
121
443

2
36
20
80
146
279

na
29
111
30
698
182

281
56
192
185
978
9

81
49
156
364
708
316

na
37
16
608
466
85

11
5,099

24
5,244

14
5,206

18
6,090

FCT
13
5
GRAND
3874
4,894
TOTAL
Source: Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja.
na = Not Available

210

TABLE4.25
STATE

REPORTED CASES OF MALARIA/ANEMIE SEVERE 2003-2007
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

2866

7498

9281

4070

1888
3284

Enugu
Gombe

na

na

na

na

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

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
6796

Kebbi

Rivers

na

2279

5889

8130

Sokoto

636

10739

16152

7193

9891

Taraba

na

na

na

1288

24425

Yobe

na

na

na

7757

2452

2377

3448

455

7757

2656

na

4165

3313

2398

5056

19,503

162,800

226,070

272,372

533,833

Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja.
Note: na = Not available

211

TABLE4.26
STATE

REPORTED CASES ON MALARIA PREGNANT WOMEN 15+

2003-2007

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

1,726

3,585

5,413

2,230

1230
2753

Enugu
Gombe

na

na

na

na

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

na

na

na

na

40271

Kano
Katsina

792

12,283

11,930

16,149

49343

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

Rivers

na

1,312

3,323

4,731

5917

Sokoto

452

9,100

6,916

5,216

6147

Taraba

na

na

na

na

14889

Yobe

na

na

na

na

859

1,445

1,952

237

3,494

1835

Kebbi

Zamfara
FCT
TOTAL

na

2,281

1,556

1,464

2116

12,009

73,838

127,266

169,927

347,337

Source: Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja.
Note: na = Not Available

212

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

2003

2004

2005

2006

Abia

na

14

na

3

2007
62

Adamawa

na

na

53

73

144

Akwa Ibom

na

2

12

42

20

Anambra

na

17

22

10

18

Bauchi

na

na

na

57

64

Bayelsa

na

19

32

29

30

Benue

na

33

20

23

16

Borno

na

na

na

70

158

C/River

na

na

2

na

5

Delta

na

65

215

79

53

Ebonyi

na

223

13

9

na

Edo

na

na

44

43

99

Ekiti

na

na

2

na

na

Enugu

4

10

21

1

8

Gombe

na

na

na

na

27

Imo

na

na

na

na

2

Jigawa

80

56

na

78

292

Kaduna

na

na

82

62

33

Kano

na

na

na

na

532

Katsina

18

na

na

na

194

Kebbi

209

257

212

122

243

Kogi

na

2

2

13

4

Kwara

na

na

na

7

na

Lagos

na

24

7

13

24

Nassarawa

na

3

4

4

na

Niger

16

21

50

46

25

Ogun

na

na

23

46

14

Ondo

na

na

28

147

15

Osun

na

na

na

na

2

Oyo

na

na

na

na

39

Plateau

na

na

na

15

na

Rivers

na

21

70

7

17

Sokoto

636

12

169

109

153

Taraba

na

na

na

na

195

Yobe

na

na

na

na

30

Zamfara

31

38

4

82

27

FCT

na

5

8

na

20

994

822

1,095

1,190

2,565

TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Health ,Abuja.
Note: na = Not Available

213

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

2004
1

2005
3

2006
1

2007
2

2008
0

Adamawa

na

10

9

9

4

Akwa Ibom

na

na

na

1

2

Anambra

10

na

na

na

2

Bauchi

na

na

3

2

1

Bayelsa

na

na

na

5

0

Benue

na

3

na

1

1

Borno

na

na

21

28

5

C/River

na

2

na

na

0

1

8

2

5

2

Ebonyi

na

4

na

na

0

Edo

na

2

10

1,318

7

Ekiti

na

na

na

na

0

Enugu

na

na

na

na

0

Gombe

na

na

na

2

3

5

na

1

2

0

Jigawa

10

na

45

37

42

Kaduna

na

21

1

2

1

Kano

na

21

1

41

35

Katsina

65

43

41

64

87

Kebbi

37

23

27

40

31

Kogi

na

2

na

na

1

Kwara

na

na

na

41

0

Lagos

na

na

na

na

0

Nassarawa

Delta

Imo

na

na

na

na

0

Niger

5

3

6

3

0

Ogun

na

1

na

na

1

Ondo

na

4

5

2

0

Osun

na

na

na

na

0

Oyo

na

na

na

na

0

Plateau

na

na

na

na

0

Rivers

na

1

10

5

11

Sokoto

22

26

3

1

1

Taraba

na

na

na

20

2

Yobe

na

na

na

na

51

9

na

5

3

4

51

na

na

na

0

216

177

191

1,634

294

Zamfara
FCT
GRAND TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja.
Note: na = Not Available

214

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

2002

Group

2003

2004

2005

2006

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

0

44

70

63

153

41

128

7

16

67

227

01-04

253

344

200

371

148

174

58

121

107

137

05-09

94

131

57

75

79

89

171

414

53

48

10-14

61

96

41

85

36

58

16

23

35

63

15-19

110

146

66

77

59

57

22

32

55

64

20-24

246

258

222

206

112

142

71

78

129

129

25-29

453

463

423

371

261

339

153

143

268

268

30-34

424

604

412

443

312

453

189

230

325

381

35-39

427

891

387

601

328

551

203

380

363

615

40-44

335

870

326

728

288

609

169

379

340

792

45-49

281

832

267

733

270

795

177

487

304

917

50-54

291

804

224

750

276

814

154

457

245

899

55-59

222

665

186

646

215

717

122

474

236

872

60-64

242

726

191

670

217

712

93

446

228

922

65-69

207

624

162

482

185

554

116

380

196

762

70-74

233

649

147

485

178

555

115

399

181

741

75-79

165

382

137

310

134

392

74

254

119

546

80-84

172

344

116

258

126

318

69

190

133

431

85+

326

520

298

528

270

549

146

322

234

565

Grand Total

4,586

9,419

3,925

7,972

3,535

8,006

2,125

5,225

3,618

9,394

Source: Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja.

215

TABLE4.30:
STATE

INFANT IMMUNIZIATION BY STATE AND YEAR 2003-2005

2003

2004

2005

OPV3

DPT3

MV

OPV3

DPT3

MV

OPV3

DPT3

MV

Abia

12,009

11,643

19,501

26,268

26,829

22,937

24,039

25,118

26,294

Adamawa

6,207

5,389

23,104

35,280

38,805

46,036

35,593

38,164

100,933

AkwaIbom

5,731

5,267

5,905

20,713

19,587

17,513

40,879

42,767

39,303

Anambra

24,296

20,348

40,983

71,765

66,333

62,593

66,425

70,255

75,064

Bauchi

13,598

10,400

47,433

17,680

18,510

40,201

18,883

28,152

52,838

Bayelsa

3,331

1,547

6,537

na

24,323

19,217

20,543

19,274

24,855

Benue

12,073

5,131

26,855

12,327

15,420

17,108

17,094

40,134

56,853

Borno

22,479

20,643

37,030

10,588

31,367

10,728

29,981

34,366

85,361

C/River

22,480

17,071

47,094

33,126

32,947

38,191

44,033

48,074

48,128

Delta

30,151

23,630

38,523

60,143

45,483

45,270

43,528

54,222

74,091

Ebonyi

11,667

10,622

15,861

41,710

44,238

36,544

35,530

50,145

64,622

Edo

27,447

12,560

31,658

49,915

49,308

40,731

73,492

79,261

95,282

Ekiti

16,153

13,797

17,702

22,521

12,522

2,774

35,783

33,991

29,238

Enugu

29,475

25,805

36,342

39,935

39,959

36,200

35,068

36,240

57,383

Gombe

6,084

3,206

39,345

7,976

24,022

7,638

26,976

36,780

38,127

Imo

17,435

19,252

19,641

35,505

39,746

40,500

72,446

41,057

56,346

Jigawa

9,265

7,226

23,979

13,157

15,960

28,996

24,782

16,259

25,048

Kaduna

68,651

39,195

104,245

117,421

116,250

116,108

101,934

78,321

102,975

Kano

64,251

34,331

166,007

35,314

49,717

82,119

103,178

54,357

106,889

Katsina

27,945

22,333

43,308

68,121

71,689

78,400

78,749

53,734

72,772

Kebbi

12,193

5,710

8,950

1,277

208,403

5,250

51,540

33,245

59,896

Kogi

12,291

4,150

23,596

51,190

53,667

49,750

35,131

48,779

56,549

Kwara

19,174

9,457

37,393

25,645

39,541

31,407

36,872

29,923

39,412

Lagos

119,364

45,148

126,269

150,570

167,922

130,935

145,005

145,869

162,049

Nassarawa

2,796

376

10,314

18,868

13,441

32,798

22,296

16,421

29,225

Niger

1,693

106

10,441

26,593

38,837

53,219

44,028

45,860

73,026

Ogun

15,604

8,670

35,590

7,200

14,737

44,055

53,189

62,316

55,481

Ondo

9,315

6,985

11,540

na

na

na

31,625

42,056

34,543

Osun

32,664

15,815

70,075

53,717

61,847

59,246

59,945

52,114

57,257

Oyo

18,326

28

26,225

67,270

64,736

58,190

53,268

45,255

63,186

Plateau

15,904

13,563

25,894

34,775

29,446

25,204

21,003

24,221

26,848

Rivers

32,763

10,373

40,326

77,035

76,351

68,243

59,039

62,451

67,168

Sokoto

15,987

7,342

30,817

12,962

10,974

33,000

29,554

30,428

65,835

Taraba

7,964

7,205

15,390

22,805

28,659

33,957

23,861

30,498

63,054

Yobe

17,752

17,762

26,028

20,692

20,558

28,819

33,523

19,804

39,940

Zamfara

14,852

13,628

21,102

18,763

17,937

25,024

28,136

18,895

32,777

FCT

18,298

12,490

26,317

24,466

23,741

15,510

15,399

19,689

22,379

GRAND
TOTAL

797,668

488,204

1,337,320

1,333,293

1,653,812

1,484,411

1,672,350

1,608,493

2,181,02
7

Source: Federal Ministry of Health , Abuja.

216

TABLE4.30cont,d

INFANT IMMUNIZIATION BY STATE AND YEAR 2006-2007

STATE
OPV3

2006
DPT3

MV

OPV3

2007
DPT3

MV

Abia

54,785

58,214

43,865

61,310

66,811

64,147

Adamawa

56,881

99,712

206,528

81,681

76,413

128,710

AkwaIbom

72,692

69,582

57,818

133,252

120,500

166,274

Anambra

70,702

72,061

79,373

100,800

122,706

163,835

Bauchi

52,213

147,088

334,642

84,899

101,505

99,635

Bayelsa

36,327

33,308

41,905

32,699

42,050

116,368

Benue

66,171

85,256

203,332

111,512

124,173

149,467

Borno

35,974

155,067

293,338

47,238

104,094

172,939

C/River

58,718

60,129

57,739

110,007

100,844

122,517

Delta

99,111

102,813

97,783

116,904

127,517

120,368

Ebonyi

35,084

50,736

32,265

69,688

65,974

154,584

Edo

82,419

83,036

83,528

124,979

106,887

120,671

Ekiti

40,867

42,217

37,579

57,252

67,388

83,072

Enugu

65,296

69,906

73,303

90,258

101,488

97,419

Gombe

41,215

81,069

150,618

55,497

71,957

93,509

Imo

76,979

77,088

77,726

95,805

109,158

119,721

54,500

108,191

113,161

70,790

238,361

449,058

112,391

130,354

151,651

1,069,291

347,999

814,252

127,198

237,724

219,608

Katsina

162,104

250,087

488,920

142,274

180,542

229,826

Kebbi

254,625

1,514,082

316,840

73,974

96,867

110,376

Kogi

66,320

99,366

189,714

114,578

99,863

119,843

Kwara

61,667

66,173

112,265

79,901

94,649

137,762

Lagos

152,846

247,038

201,445

226,660

282,458

280,566

43,349

63,794

1,110,797

100,503

83,562

90,438

Niger

125,473

149,409

227,885

90,707

121,819

145,929

Ogun

57,348

83,833

77,730

83,416

88,845

92,558

Ondo

63,281

66,457

72,269

91,273

88,047

129,904

Osun

71,177

100,345

90,569

109,194

95,532

115,750

Oyo

91,639

129,506

146,640

95,315

80,409

144,638

Plateau

65,445

87,112

128,528

75,632

90,764

69,888

Rivers

99,363

111,557

101,870

145,304

148,094

236,942

Sokoto

50,679

151,154

245,256

55,016

98,787

100,243

Taraba

106,509

65,186

160,346

146,983

65,267

134,392

Yobe

40,127

81,126

141,734

53,187

58,688

71,550

Zamfara

47,277

93,531

135,205

49,946

84,195

71,806

na

na

na

42,522

37,907

42,722

3,644,744

5,233,398

7,082,665

3,444,255

3,882,029

4,782,789

Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano

Nassarawa

FCT
GRAND TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja.

217

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

Abia
Adamawa

Measle
s

BCG

DPT
1

DPT2

DPT
3

OPV
o

OPV1

OPV
2

OPV3

Yello
w
Feve
r

MMR

Vitamin
A

Not
Immunise
d

0

2.8

0

1.4

0

4.2

4.2

4.2

9.9

1.4

0

62

9.9

1.2

3.5

1.2

2.3

0

2.3

11.6

8.1

1.4

0

0

38.4

0

AkwaIbo
m
Anambra

0

0

0

0

0

11.3

9.7

3.2

25.8

6.5

1.6

41.9

0

0

4.8

0

0

3.2

4.8

3.2

8.1

11.3

9.7

1.6

53.2

0

Bauchi

0

4.4

2.5

1.3

1.3

6.3

7

6.3

8.9

0.6

1.9

39.9

19.6

Bayelsa

0

5

7.5

0

0

12.5

15

5

17.5

2.5

0

32.5

2.5

Benue

0

10.7

3.6

1.2

1.2

19

4.8

4.8

16.7

4.8

3.6

27.4

2.4

Borno

0

1.2

0

0

1.2

2.4

0

1.2

11.9

0

14.3

47.7

26.2

C/River

0

1.5

2.9

2.9

0

4.4

8.8

8.8

23.5

5.9

1.5

33.8

5.9

Delta

0

6.1

0

6.1

3

15.2

12.1

0

15.2

6.1

0

30.3

6.1

Ebonyi

0

1.6

1.6

0

1.6

6.6

3.3

3.3

4.9

6.6

4.9

65.6

0

Edo

0

1.9

1.9

0

5.6

9.3

9.3

5.6

14.8

11.1

3.7

35.2

1.9

Ekiti

0

3.6

0

0

0

0

3.6

14.3

32.1

3.6

0

35.7

7.1

Enugu

0

2.2

2.2

4.3

0

8.7

4.3

2.2

15.2

0

4.3

54.3

2.2

Gombe

0

2.7

1.3

1.3

6.7

10.7

6.7

5.3

18.7

4

1.3

34.7

6.7

Imo

0

0

0

0

0

0

4.9

7.3

22

12.2

2.4

46.3

4.9

Jigawa

2.8

6.5

0.9

0.9

0

1.9

1.9

1.9

6.5

5.6

0

62

9.3

Kaduna

2.2

5.5

0.5

1.1

3.8

2.7

3.3

5.5

10.4

0.5

2.2

52.2

9.9

Kano

0.9

14

0.9

0

0

0

5.3

0

4.4

5.3

0

25.4

43.9

Katsina

0

8.7

0

0

0

0

2.2

2.2

28.3

0

0

21.7

37

2.2

5.5

0.5

1.1

3.8

2.7

3.3

5.5

10.4

0.5

2.2

52.2

9.9

Kogi

0

6.9

0

3.4

0

13.8

0

0

3.4

0

0

69

3.4

Kwara

0

0

0

0

2.4

11.9

2.4

4.8

9.5

0

0

69

0

Lagos

0

6

1.5

1.5

0

10.4

4.5

9

13.4

3

3

44.8

3

Nassaraw
a
Niger

0

0

0

2.2

4.1

4.1

10.2

24.5

4.1

2

2

42.9

4.1

0

0

1.1

2.2

0

9.7

3.2

11.8

20.4

5.4

3.2

40.9

2.2

Ogun

0

6.7

0

3.3

6.7

0

0

6.7

3.3

0

0

66.7

6.7

Ondo

0

2.8

0

0

0

11.1

13.9

5.6

11.1

2.8

2.8

30.6

19.4

Osun

0

2.7

0

0

0

10.8

16

2

16.2

18.9

2.7

2.7

2.7

Oyo

0

5

3.3

0

1.7

3.3

20

5

26.7

1.7

1.7

26.7

5

Plateau

0

2.6

1.3

2.6

5.1

6.4

3.8

2.6

15.4

25.6

0

29.5

5.1

Rivers

0

2.4

0

2.4

4.9

7.3

4.9

9.8

12.2

7.3

2.4

31.7

14.6

Sokoto

8.9

1.3

0

0

3.8

5.1

6.3

7.6

11.4

1.3

2.5

39.2

12.7

Taraba

0

0

0

0

0

6.7

0

0

0

6.7

0

66.7

20

Yobe

1

1

0

2.1

0

2.1

3.1

1

36.5

0

1

29.2

22.9

Zamfara

0

1

1.9

1.9

4.9

2.9

5.8

2.9

6.8

1.9

2.9

55.3

11.7

FCT

0

3.2

3.2

1.1

0

2.1

1.1

3.2

9.5

0

1.1

66.3

9.5

Kebbi

Sector
Urban

0

3.5

1.3

0.7

1.9

5.5

7.4

7.2

14

3.1

2.2

46.6

6.6

Rural

1.1

4.2

1.1

1.4

1.9

5.5

4.8

4.8

13.6

3.7

2.1

43

12.8

National

0.8

4

1.2

1.2

1.9

5.5

5.5

5.4

13.7

3.6

2.1

43.9

11.2

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio--Economic Survey on Nigeria, 2009.

218

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

Sector
Urban

Pill

National
Rural

9.80

7.80

8.40

Condom

47.10

37.70

41.10

Injection

10.60

6.70

8.10

IUO

2.40

0.08

1.40

Female Sterilisation

0.30

0.40

0.30

Male Sterilisation

0.00

0.00

0.00

Doude

0.00

0.10

0.10

Norplant

0.30

0.20

0.30

Foaming tab

0.20

0.10

0.20

Diaphram

0.00

0.10

0.20

Foam jelly

0.10

0.10

0.10

Traditional Methods

3.10

5.90

4.90

Abstinence

16.20

28.60

24.10

Withdrawal

6.20

6.20

6.20

Rhythm

2.80

4.60

4.00

Others

0.80

0.90

0.90

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio Economic survey on Nigeria, 2009.

219

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

Male

Female

Abia

70.0

30.0

Adamawa

47.1

52.9

Anambra

55.0

45.0

Akwa Ibom

48.4

51.6

Bauchi

72.7

27.3

Bayelsa

66.7

33.3

Benue

14.3

85.7

Borno

37.5

62.5

C/River

75.0

25.0

Delta

37.5

62.5

Ebonyi

56.5

43.5

Edo

na

na

Ekiti

62.5

37.5

Enugu

75.0

25.0

Gombe

46.7

56.3

Imo

57.1

42.9

Jigawa

70.8

29.2

Kaduna

60.3

39.7

Kano

51.2

48.8

Katsina

71.0

29.0

Kebbi

60.3

39.7

Kogi

na

na

Kwara

62.5

37.5

Lagos

100.0

0.0

Nassarawa

45.5

54.5

Niger

87.5

12.5

Ogun

71.4

28.6

Ondo

40.0

60.0

Osun

36.4

63.6

Oyo

50.0

50.0

Plateau

53.3

46.7

Rivers

52.9

47.1

Sokoto

44.1

55.9

Taraba

50.0

50.0

Yobe

50.0

50.0

Zamfara

48.6

51.4

FCT

60.0

40.0

Urban

53.4

46.6

Rural

56.0

44.0

Nigeria

55.6

44.4

Sector

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio Economic survey on Nigeria, 2009.
NA : Not Avalaiable

220

TABLE4.34

PERCETAGE DISTRIBUTION OF REGISTERED STILLBIRTH BY YEAR OF
REGISTRATION, 2002-2007.

STATE

YEAR OF REGISTRATION
2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

5.87

11.78

Adamawa

7.82

12.49

5.45

0

0

10.34

Anambra

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

AkwaIbom

0.0

66.53

0

0

0

10.46

Bauchi

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0

0

6.67

0

59.97

33.36

Abia

Bayelsa
Benue

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Borno

0

12.15

0.76

0

2.02

28.28

C/River

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Delta

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Ebonyi

34.51

51.67

0.0

0.0

0.0

10.36

Edo

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

68.77

Ekiti

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Enugu

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Gombe

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Imo

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

3.22

96.78

Jigawa

0.0

2.48

0.0

0.0

3.4

15.74

Kaduna
Kano
Katsina

5.4

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

68.47

22.95

7.21

1.12

0.0

0.47

10.88

4.37

0.41

1.11

0

0

19.34

Kebbi

0.0

0.0

4.92

0.0

1.23

65.53

Kogi

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Kwara

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Nassarawa

25

75

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Niger

0.0

.0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Ogun

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Ondo

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

Osun

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

16.67

Oyo

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

14.27

0

Plateau

8.18

7.69

3.98

0.0

1.11

12.75

Rivers

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

75.02

Sokoto

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.67

Taraba

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

50

Yobe

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

11.41

17.17

Zamfara

0.0

0.0

0.0

0.0

64.67

32.39

7.3

9.73

0.0

4.86

4.86

0.0

5.26

4.77

1.49

0.03

1.73

145.21

Lagos

FCT
Nigeria

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio Economic survey on Nigeria, 2009.

221

TABLE4.35: PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF BIRTH IN THE LAST 12 MONTHS BY STATE SECTOR
AND WEIGHT(KG), 2008.
STATE
1-1.99
2-2.99
3-3.99
4-4.99
5+
Abia
Adamawa
Anambra
Akwa Ibom
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
C/River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun
Ondo
Osun
Oyo
Plateau
Rivers
Sokoto
Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
Sector
Urban
Rural

Nigeria

0.0

24.4

65.9

4.9

4.9

0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
2.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
8.3
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
11.1
0.0
5.9
0.0
2.9
0.0
44.4
0.0
0.0
0.0

57.4
45.6
25.0
39.3
25.0
30.8
96.1
42.4
33.3
50.0
19.6
66.7
0.0
67.7
0.0
0.0
56.0
35.3
28.6
56.0
15.8
54.2
21.0
50.0
56.8
8.0
22.2
26.1
17.6
20.8
20.6
72.7
44.4
74.1
53.8
36.9

40.4
40.4
68.8
39.3
12.5
67.3
2.6
45.5
50.0
42.9
72.5
22.2
0.0
32.3
88.0
0.0
42.7
64.7
71.4
42.7
63.2
37.5
66.1
0.0
41.4
76.0
44.4
73.9
70.6
54.2
58.8
27.6
11.1
22.2
42.3
60.0

0.0
12.3
6.3
19.0
62.5
0.0
0.0
9.1
16.7
7.1
5.9
11.1
0.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
1.3
0.0
0.0
1.3
21.1
0.0
12.9
25.0
0.0
12.0
0.0
0.0
5.9
25.0
11.8
0.0
0.0
3.7
3.8
3.1

2.1
1.8
0.0
2.4
0.0
1.9
1.3
3.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
8.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
25.0
0.0
4.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
5.9
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0
0.0

1.3
0.5
0.8

36.7
48.1
44.5

53.0
44.9
47.5

8.5
5.1
6.2

0.4
1.4
1.1

Source: NBS/CBN/NCC Socio Economic survey on Nigeria, 2009.

222

CHAPTER FIVE
UNEMPLOYMENT
Lack of employment opportunities renders the willing and eligible persons in any society
unemployed and underemployed. Unemployment situation can be detected, any captured through
registration of employment status in the appropriate authority. The Federal Ministry of Labour and
Productivity is the repository of such information, and also a smile for employment to the teeming
unemployed population.
Tabie 5.1 shows the Percentage Distribution of Unemployed and Underemployed by State and Gender
2005.
The National unemployment rate in 2005 was 11.90. Nassarawa State had the highest rate with 12.8
for 15 years and above of their populations who were eligible and ready for employment this was
followed by Rivers State with 10.2 as shown in table 5.1. Zamfara State however recorded the lowest
rate with 0.3. The table also shows that males are predominantly their female counterparts. The same
thing was also the case in underemployment situation as displayed in the table although Sokoto State
had the largest underemployed of their population with 38.6, followed by Edo State with 30.9.

223

TABLE 5.1

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF UNEMPLOYED AND UNDER-EMPLOYED BY STATE
AND GENDER, 2005
UNEMPLOYED

STATE

5-24 YEARS

UNDEREMPLOYED
15 YEARS & ABOVE

15+

M

F

BOTH

M

F

BOTH

M

F

BOTH

8.0

7.9

7.9

6.3

5.0

8.4

11.4

5.9

8.4

Adamawa

10.0

6.1

8.1

6.8

4.7

5.9

15.8

12.9

14.5

Akwa Ibom

15.8

14.1

15.0

8.8

8.3

8.5

22.4

21.2

21.8

Anambra

16.6

22.6

19.8

5.1

6.9

6.0

33.6

27.8

30.6

9.0

4.6

7.1

5.4

4.7

5.1

30.0

19.3

26.1

Bayelsa

10.0

9.3

9.7

6.6

6.2

6.4

12.6

10.9

11.7

Benue

10.0

8.1

9.0

4.3

3.2

3.8

16.5

11.3

13.9

Borno

1.2

2.3

1.7

0.7

1.1

0.9

12.0

12.2

12.1

Cross-River

6.2

3.9

5.0

1.8

1.7

1.8

15.2

9.0

12.0

Delta

6.0

5.8

5.9

6.8

5.8

6.3

16.1

16.4

16.2

Abia

Bauchi

Ebonyi

7.9

10.6

9.2

2.9

2.1

2.5

14.2

13.7

13.9

Edo

24.8

20.1

22.3

8.4

7.4

8.0

32.2

29.5

30.9

Ekiti

24.5

25.5

25.1

3.5

3.6

3.6

10.0

11.8

10.8

Enugu

37.5

26.5

31.8

10.5

8.8

9.6

32.6

24.8

28.5

Gombe

11.8

11.4

11.3

6.7

8.1

7.2

26.1

11.2

20.7

Imo

8.5

8.6

8.5

6.8

5.1

6.1

16.1

12.5

14.2

Jigawa

1.0

0.7

0.9

0.9

0.3

0.6

14.5

6.8

10.5

Kaduna

6.9

8.7

7.9

2.0

2.9

2.4

18.7

18.4

18.6

Kano

3.8

1.5

2.6

2.4

0.9

1.6

16.6

10.1

13.3

Katsina

2.9

2.5

2.7

2.1

1.9

2.0

9.3

4.4

6.7

Kebbi

8.2

2.7

6.0

3.3

1.1

2.3

23.9

9.5

17.6

30.8

20.4

25.5

9.2

6.6

7.9

14.4

10.4

12.3

Kwara

2.9

3.6

3.3

3.1

4.4

3.7

10.3

7.8

9.0

Lagos

22.9

28.6

26.0

9.4

11.1

10.2

23.7

24.8

24.2

Nassarawa

28.1

25.2

26.6

11.6

14.4

12.8

23.1

11.5

18.2

Niger

3.8

3.2

3.5

1.6

1.3

1.5

10.8

6.4

8.8

Ogun

16.3

9.0

12.4

3.8

3.1

3.4

24.6

25.3

25.0

Ondo

22.1

13.4

17.3

4.2

3.0

3.5

16.5

14.3

15.3

Osun

18.4

10.7

13.8

2.9

1.5

2.1

17.0

13.0

14.8

Oyo

12.0

7.6

9.7

3.7

2.2

2.9

12.1

7.9

9.9

Plateau

14.1

6.8

10.3

3.5

3.2

3.4

19.0

9.9

15.3

Rivers

28.7

28.8

28.8

11.4

11.5

11.4

27.6

22.7

25.3

Sokoto

5.1

0.8

3.7

2.2

1.4

2.6

38.1

39.6

38.6

Taraba

7.2

5.5

6.3

2.9

2.6

2.8

16.5

16.2

16.4

Yobe

4.9

3.1

4.1

3.9

2.2

3.2

32.1

14.5

24.9

Zamfara

0.5

1.4

0.9

0.3

0.3

0.3

36.0

25.3

31.1

FCT

6.3

16.2

11.0

2.2

13.1

6.9

23.4

18.5

21.4

Kogi

Source: 2006 NBS Core Welfare Indicators Questionnaire (CWIQ), Survey.

224

TABLE 5.2a PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY HOURS OF WORK BY
SECTOR AND GENDER, 2006
URBAN

HOURS OF
WORK

RURAL

TOTAL

MALE

FEMALE

BOTH
SEXES

MALE

FEMALE

BOTH
SEXES

MALE

FEMALE

BOTH
SEXES

1 - 15

50.9

49.1

100.0

65.4

34.6

100.0

60.5

39.5

100.0

15 - 39

95.4

4.6

100.0

69.1

30.9

100.0

70.7

29.3

100.0

40

34.9

65.1

100.0

35.9

64.1

100.0

35.9

64.1

100.0

41 - 47

52.1

47.9

100.0

72.4

27.6

100.0

71.2

28.8

100.0

48 - 56

78.3

21.7

100.0

66.5

33.5

100.0

67.4

32.6

100.0

Above 56

76.3

23.7

100.0

79.4

20.6

100.0

80.0

21.0

100.0

Total Fully
Employed

74.1

25.9

100.0

72.3

27.7

100.0

72.5

27.5

100.0

SOURCE: NBS/CBN SOCIO- ECONOMIC SURVEY ON NIGERIA,2007.

TABLE5.2a cont'd PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY HOURS OF WORK BY
SECTOR AND SEX, 2007
MALE

URBAN
FEMAL
E

BOTH
SEXES

MALE

RURAL
FEMAL
E

BOTH
SEXES

MALE

TOTAL
FEMAL
E

BOTH
SEXES

1 - 15

44.65

55.35

100

56.56

43.44

100

54.5

45.5

100

15 - 39

34.24

65.76

100

48.14

51.86

100

45.32

54.68

100

40

45.9

54.1

100

49.68

50.32

100

48.41

51.59

100

41 - 47

54.3

45.7

100

58.38

41.62

100

57.34

42.66

100

48 - 56

54.56

45.44

100

62.56

37.44

100

59.51

40.49

100

Above 56

62.41

37.02

100

75.61

24.39

100

69.61

30.39

100

53.87

46.13

100

59.63

40.37

100

57.63

42.37

100

HOURS OF WORK

Total Fully
Employed

SOURCE: NBS/CBN (2008) SOCIO- ECONOMIC SURVEY ON NIGERIA, NBS, ABUJA
,

225

TABLE5.3a

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY INDUSTRY, SECTOR,
AND GENDER, 2006

INDUSTRY

Agriculture,
Hunting and
Forestry
Fishing
Mining and
Quarrying
Manufacturing
Electicity,Gas and
Water Supply
Construction
Wholesale,Retail
Trade
Hotels and
Restaurants
Transport, Storage
and Communication
Financial
Intermediation
Real Estate,
Renting and
Business Activities
Public
Administration and
Defence
Education
Health & Social
Work
Other Community,
Social& Personal
Service Activities
Activities of Private
Households
Extra Territorial
Organizations and
Bodies

TOTAL

URBAN

RURAL

TOTAL

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

MALE

FEMAL
E

TOTAL

MALE

FEMAL
E

TOTAL

84.7

15.3

100.0

75.2

24.8

100.0

75.8

24.2

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

71.4

28.6

100.0

72.7

27.3

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

98.2

1.8

100.0

98.5

1.5

100.0

49.5

50.5

100.0

47.5

52.5

100.0

47.8

52.2

100.0

53.4

46.6

100.0

33.9

66.1

100.0

37.5

62.5

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

97.1

2.9

100.0

97.7

2.3

100.0

38.7

61.3

100.0

48.0

52.0

100.0

41.3

58.7

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

73.4

26.6

100.0

76.5

23.5

100.0

68.4

31.6

100.0

86.5

13.5

100.0

82.3

17.7

100.0

72.2

27.8

100.0

67.5

32.5

100.0

68.4

31.6

100.0

28.4

71.6

100.0

52.1

47.9

100.0

47.7

52.3

100.0

81.7

18.3

100.0

72.4

27.6

100.0

74.8

25.2

100.0

76.9

23.1

100.0

53.3

46.7

100.0

56.0

44.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

100.0

0.0

100.0

74.1

25.9

100.0

72.3

27.7

100.0

72.5

27.5

100.0

SOURCE: NBS/CBN SOCIO - ECONOMIC SURVEY ON NIGERIA, 2007.

226

FIGURE 5.1: COMPARISM OF UNEMPLOYMENT BY STATE

COMPARISON ON UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY STATE(2006)
70

60

50
International
Labour
Organisation

RATE IN %

40

30

NIGERIA

20

10

0

STATE

227

TABLE5.3a Cont'd PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY INDUSTRY, SECTOR,
AND SEX, 2007
MALE

URBAN
FEMAL
E

TOTAL

MALE

RURAL
FEMAL
E

TOTAL

MALE

TOTAL
FEMAL
E

TOTAL

Agriculture, Hunting
and Forestry
Fishing

62.3

37.8

100.0

63.6

36.4

100.0

63.5

36.5

100.0

64.5

35.5

100.0

60.4

39.6

100.0

60.9

39.1

100.0

Mining and
quarrying
Manufacturing

72.7

27.3

100.0

80.6

19.4

100.0

79.1

20.9

100.0

57.5

42.5

100.0

35.0

65.0

100.0

47.5

52.5

100.0

Electicity,Gas and
Water supply
Construction

87.8

12.2

100.0

63.6

36.4

100.0

77.3

22.7

100.0

96.1

3.9

100.0

92.0

8.0

100.0

94.3

5.7

100.0

Wholesale,Retail
trade
Hotel and Restaurant

34.7

65.3

100.0

34.0

66.0

100.0

34.4

65.6

100.0

28.3

71.7

100.0

18.5

81.5

100.0

24.7

75.3

100.0

Transport, Storage
and Communication
Financial
Intermediation
Real Estate, Renting
and Business
activities
Public
Administration and
Defence
Education

95.6

4.4

100.0

89.6

10.4

100.0

93.1

6.9

100.0

53.5

46.5

100.0

72.0

41.5

100.0

58.8

41.2

100.0

53.3

46.7

100.0

58.5

24.4

100.0

54.6

45.4

100.0

72.9

27.1

100.0

75.6

40.0

100.0

73.9

26.1

100.0

44.9

55.1

100.0

60.0

45.9

100.0

52.1

47.9

100.0

Health & Social work

45.6

54.4

100.0

54.1

39.0

100.0

49.2

50.8

100.0

Other community,
Social& Personal
service activities
Activities of Private
Households
Extra territorial
organizations and
bodies

60.1

39.9

100.0

61.0

47.4

100.0

60.5

39.6

100.0

46.4

53.6

100.0

52.6

35.7

100.0

50.3

49.7

100.0

89.2

10.8

100.0

64.3

40.9

100.0

75.7

24.3

100.0

TOTAL

53.4

46.6

100.0

59.2

28.0

100.0

57.2

42.9

100.0

INDUSTRY

SOURCE: NBS/CBN (2008) SOCIO - ECONOMIC SURVEY ON NIGERIA, 2007.

228

TABLE 5.4a
STATE

COMPARISON OF UNEMPLOYMENT RATE BY STATE, 2006-2008
International
Labour
Organisation
2006
19.5

International
Labour
NIGERIA
Organisation
2007

Nigeria

International
Labour
Organisation
2008

Nigeria

13.50

na

10.90

na

14.5

Adamawa

4.1

17.90

na

11.90

na

29.4

AkwaIbom

11.0

15.30

na

13.50

na

34.1

Anambra

7.8

10.80

na

11.10

na

16.8

Bauchi

3.0

23.90

na

7.30

na

37.2

Bayelsa

13.7

16.00

na

6.90

na

41.5

Benue

4.8

10.80

na

6740

na

8.5

Borno

6.4

5.80

na

7.80

na

27.7

CrossRiver

24.7

16.90

na

11.80

na

14.3

Delta

15.1

13.80

na

18.90

na

18.4

Ebonyi

1.2

10.90

na

11.50

na

12.0

Edo

4.1

8.60

na

5.10

na

12.2

Ekiti

6.5

8.70

na

15.6

na

20.6

Enugu

2.6

20.00

na

11.50

na

14.9

Gombe

10.6

15.60

na

10.50

na

32.1

Imo

9.2

21.50

na

7.60

na

20.8

Jigawa

13.7

21.60

na

17.40

na

26.5

Kaduna

5.3

14.10

na

5.90

na

11.6

Kano

2.4

19.40

na

12.70

na

27.6

Katsina

3.7

19.30

na

5.80

na

37.3

Kebbi

1.1

15.20

na

11.80

na

12

Kogi

8.6

12.50

na

16.50

na

19

Kwara

14.1

7.50

na

16.40

na

11

Lagos

12.2

15.50

na

10.20

na

19.5

Nassarawa

3.0

8.10

na

7.60

na

10.1

Niger

2.1

3.60

na

17.00

na

28

Ogun

2.6

2.30

na

3.90

na

8.5

Ondo

1.9

6.70

na

5.80

na

14.9

Osun

3.5

2.70

na

6.30

na

12.6

Oyo

5.3

4.30

na

6.50

na

14.9

Plateau

5.0

2.90

na

8.70

na

7.1

Rivers

62.5

25.00

na

4.70

na

27.9

Abia

Sokoto

6.5

6.40

na

12.10

na

22.4

Taraba

13.2

14.00

na

5.90

na

26.8

Yobe

4.5

13.60

na

19.90

na

27.3

Zamfara

4.2

50.80

na

12.80

na

13.3

FCT

43.3

16.40

na

16.4

na

21.5

NATIONAL

7.7

13.70

na

14.60

na

19.7

Source: General Household Survey, NBS, Abuja.
NOTE: (1) ILO Version: One - Hour Criterion, (2) 2006 & 2007 Revised.
Nigerian Version : 40 - Hour Criterion

229

TABLE 5.5
ITEMS
Number of Disputes

SUMMARY OF INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES, 2002-2007
2002
2003
2004
2005

2006

2007

52

77

36

149

189

250

Number of disputes
resulting in strike

25

28

26

57

63

79

Number of disputes
resolved

22

57

32

110

79

212

410

645

277

675

910

1,264

49,155

249,697

127,377

280,606

208,589

414,543

2,578,692

5,690,952

2,737,399

4,308,013

7,785,993

13,227,957

Duration of
disputes(Days)
Number of workers
involved

Total man - days
lost

Source: Federal Ministry of Employment, Labour and Productivity, Abuja.

TABLER 5.6
ITEMS

WORK STOPPAGES BY INDUSTRY, 2002- 2007
2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Agriculture, Hunting,
Forestry& Fishing

na

na

na

1

1

5

Mining & Quarrying

1

na

na

na

2

Manufacturing

1

5

10

17

11

13

na

na

na

9

9

1

1

na

2

2

2

5

1

3

na

4

1

na

na

3

1

6

3

1

1

na

2

na

na

1

26

1

4

7

12

14

na

16

7

11

22

39

31

28

26

57

63

79

Electricity, Gas and
Water
Construction
Wholesale & Retail
trade,Restaurants
and Hotels
Transport, Storage &
Communication
Financing,Insurance,
Real Estate &
Business Services
Community, Social &
Personal services
Activities not
adequately defined
TOTAL

Source: Federal Ministry of Employment, Labour and Productivity, Abuja.

230

TABLE 5.7

WORKERS INVOLVED IN DISPUTES BY INDUSTRY, 2002 - 2006

ITEMS

2002

Agriculture, Hunting,
Forestry & Fishing
Mining & Quarrying

2003

na

2004

2005

2006

880

1,081

6,436

4,287

10,778

4,784

1,272

879

256

31,536

58

28,266

4,371

167

na

na

na
1,500
na

na

298
Manufacturing
138
na

Electricity , Gas and Water

1,023
na

Construction

8,483
na

na
300

Wholesale & Retail Trade,
Restaurants and Hotels

180

Transport, Storage &
Communication

na

Financing, Insurance, Real
Estate & Business Services

na

Community, Social &
Personal services

516
na
35
4,240

120

na
18,805

48,231

Activities not adequately
defined

9,381

36,263

227,377

30,654

207,776

63,190

29,178

106,936

223,955

127,377

280,606

208,589

na

TOTAL
49,147

Source: Federal Ministry of Employment, Labour and Productivity, Abuja.
Note:na-Not available

TABLE 5.8
ITEMS

MAN- DAYS LOST BY INDUSTRIAL DISPUTES, 2002 - 2007
2002

2003

2004

Agriculture, Hunting,
Forestry & Fishing

na

na

na

Mining & Quarrying

na

na

na

Manufacturing

na

47,303

147,900

Electricity , Gas and
Water

na

na

na

Construction

na

na

Wholesale & Retail
Trade, Restaurants and
Hotels

na

na

na

na

Transport, Storage &
communications

na

1,335,827

1,080

174

Financing, Inurance,
Real Estate & Business
Services

na

Community, Social &
Personal servies

na

Activities not adequately
defined

na

TOTAL

na

na

26,592

3,089

2005
5,045

2006

2007

na

na
Na

1,800

13,887

24,031

4,188

138,129

3,436

4,404

4,800

10,400

3,945

na

na

na

na

1,920

na

na

na

185,191

2,190,815

2,996,132

154,242

2,530,663

4,530,631

256,923

1,277,395

7,598,872

736,280

6,143,952

2,626,399

4,308,013

7,785,993

3,415,467

Source: Federal Ministry of Employment, Labour and Productivity, Abuja.
Note:na-Not available

231

TABLE5.9
STATE

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

UNPAID FAMILY

PAID EMPLOYEES

TOTAL

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

Abia

319

176

323

669

167

141

809

986

Adamawa

196

9

143

305

85

21

424

335

Akwa Ibom

566

277

405

971

93

298

1064

1546

Anambra

241

70

167

462

113

34

521

566

Bauchi

674

3

480

347

103

15

1257

365

Bayelsa

42

19

31

75

25

25

98

119

Benue

372

67

213

555

15

na

600

622

Borno

581

27

211

607

34

na

826

634

Cross River

139

26

107

216

118

17

364

259

Delta

115

22

133

192

39

2

287

216

Ebonyi

275

154

244

482

117

96

636

732

Edo

171

32

201

289

58

3

430

324

Ekiti

92

9

52

83

7

na

151

92

Enugu

359

107

250

692

172

50

781

849

Gombe

450

2

320

231

69

10

839

243

Imo

400

220

404

836

208

176

1012

1232

Jigawa

779

21

543

1

287

332

1609

354

Kaduna

1081

174

1063

8

622

840

2766

1022

Kano

1447

39

1008

1

533

617

2988

657

Katsina

1097

118

802

1

456

158

2355

277

Kebbi

310

5

153

127

51

7

514

139

Kogi

224

16

190

237

17

2

431

255

Kwara

155

11

132

165

12

1

299

177

Lagos

8

na

7

9

3

na

18

9

Nassarawa

227

41

130

339

11

na

368

380

Niger

383

2

188

260

5

1

576

263

Ogun

157

4

24

63

10

na

191

67

Ondo

138

14

77

124

11

na

226

138

Osun

150

16

112

160

35

1

297

177

Oyo

224

23

168

242

53

1

445

266

Plateau

351

63

201

524

16

na

568

587

Rivers

126

55

95

225

72

74

293

354

Sokoto

660

11

327

271

109

14

1096

296

Taraba

196

9

143

303

85

21

424

333

Yobe

388

19

140

403

23

na

551

422

Zamfara

579

10

286

238

96

12

961

260

37

na

24

16

37

20

98

36

13709

1871

9497

10729

3967

2989

27173

15589

FCT
Nigeria

Source: NBS- Agricultural Survey Report 2007, Abuja.

232

TABLE 5.10

STATE

EMPLOYMENT IN CROP FARMING BY SEX AND CATEGORY OF WORKER:
2002/2003 ('000)

FARMERS
MALE FEMALE

UNPAID FAMILY
MALE
FEMALE

PAID EMPLOYEES
MALE
FEMALE

TOTAL
MALE
FEMALE

Abia

342

188

345

715

178

150

865

1,053

Adamawa

210

9

153

325

91

22

454

356

Akwa Ibom

604

296

433

1,038

99

318

1,136

1,652

Anambra

259

76

178

493

119

36

556

605

Bauchi

721

4

513

370

110

15

1,344

389

Bayelsa

45

20

34

80

25

26

104

126

Benue

397

71

227

594

19

na

643

665

Borno

621

30

225

647

36

na

882

677

Cross River

148

27

114

231

126

18

388

276

Delta

121

23

143

206

42

2

306

231

Ebonyi

296

116

238

587

144

79

678

782

Edo

182

35

214

310

63

2

459

347

Ekiti

98

10

55

89

8

na

161

99

Enugu

389

114

267

739

178

54

834

907

Gombe

480

3

341

247

74

10

895

260

Imo

427

235

432

893

222

188

1,081

1,316

Jigawa

832

22

580

89

307

267

1,719

378

Kaduna

1,155

186

1,135

876

664

30

2,954

1,092

Kano

1,683

25

1,173

98

621

294

3,477

417

Katsina

1,172

126

857

106

487

64

2,516

296

Kebbi

331

6

164

136

55

6

550

148

Kogi

239

17

204

253

18

2

461

272

Kwara

166

12

141

176

12

1

319

189

Lagos

8

1

7

9

3

na

18

10

Nasarawa

243

44

139

362

11

na

393

406

Niger

409

2

201

278

5

1

615

281

Ogun

166

4

26

68

11

na

203

72

Ondo

147

15

82

133

12

na

241

148

Osun

160

17

120

171

38

1

318

189

Oyo

240

25

179

258

57

1

476

284

Plateau

374

67

214

561

19

na

606

628

Rivers

135

59

101

240

77

79

313

378

Sokoto

706

12

349

290

116

14

1,171

316

Taraba

210

9

152

325

91

22

453

356

Yobe

414

20

150

432

24

na

588

452

Zamfara

619

10

306

254

102

13

1,027

277

38

na

26

17

42

21

106

38

14787

1936

10218

12696

4306

1736

29310

16368

FCT
Nigeria

Source: NBS- Agricultural Survey Report 2007, Abuja.

233

TABLE5.11 EMPLOYMENT IN CROP FARMING BY SEX AND CATEGORY OF WORKER, 2003/2004.('000)
FARMERS

UNPAID FAMILY

PAID EMPLOYEES

TOTAL

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

364

200

367

761

189

160

920

1,121

Adamawa

223

10

163

346

97

23

483

379

Akwa Ibom

643

315

461

1,105

106

338

1,210

1,758

Anambra

276

81

190

525

126

38

592

644

Bauchi

767

4

546

396

117

16

1,430

416

48

21

36

85

27

28

111

134

Benue

422

76

241

632

21

Na

684

708

Borno

661

32

240

689

38

Na

939

721

Cross River

158

29

122

245

134

19

414

293

Delta

129

24

152

219

45

3

326

246

Ebonyi

315

124

252

625

154

84

721

833

Edo

194

37

228

330

67

2

489

369

Ekiti

104

11

58

94

9

Na

171

105

Enugu

414

121

284

786

190

58

888

965

Gombe

512

3

363

262

79

11

954

276

Imo

454

250

460

951

236

200

1,150

1,401

Jigawa

886

23

617

95

327

284

1,830

402

Kaduna

1,229

198

1,208

933

707

32

3,144

1,163

Kano

1,791

27

1,249

104

661

313

3,701

444

Katsina

1,247

134

912

113

519

68

2,678

315

Kebbi

352

6

174

146

59

6

585

158

Kogi

254

18

217

270

19

2

490

290

Kwara

177

13

150

187

13

1

340

201

Lagos

9

1

8

9

3

Na

20

10

Nassarawa

258

47

148

385

12

Na

418

432

Niger

435

2

214

297

5

1

654

300

Ogun

177

4

28

73

11

Na

216

77

Ondo

157

16

87

141

13

Na

257

157

Osun

170

18

128

182

40

1

338

201

Oyo

256

27

191

274

60

1

507

302

Plateau

398

71

228

597

19

Na

645

668

Rivers

144

63

107

256

82

84

333

403

Sokoto

751

13

371

309

124

15

1,246

337

Taraba

223

10

162

346

97

23

482

379

Yobe

439

21

159

461

26

Na

624

482

Zamfara

659

11

326

270

108

14

1,093

295

40

na

27

18

45

23

112

41

15,736

2,061

10,874

13,517

4,585

1,848

31,195

17,426

STATE
Abia

Bayelsa

FCT
Nigeria

Source: NBS- Agricultural Survey Report, 2007,Abuja.

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

UNPAID FAMILY

PAID EMPLOYEES

TOTAL

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

Abia

341

188

347

717

179

151

867

1,056

Adamawa

211

9

155

326

89

22

455

357

Akwa Ibom

604

297

437

1,040

99

319

1,140

1,656

Anambra

258

75

179

495

121

36

558

606

Bauchi

725

4

512

372

110

15

1,347

391

Bayelsa

45

20

34

78

26

28

105

126

Benue

398

82

229

585

17

na

644

667

Borno

622

30

226

649

36

na

884

679

Cross River

147

27

112

224

131

25

390

276

Delta

123

24

142

206

42

2

307

232

Ebonyi

288

118

250

586

143

80

681

784

Edo

186

35

214

310

61

2

461

347

Ekiti

98

10

55

89

8

na

161

99

Enugu

384

115

268

742

184

53

836

910

Gombe

495

2

329

247

74

11

898

260

Imo

428

235

433

896

223

188

1,084

1,319

Jigawa

834

22

581

89

308

268

1,723

379

Kaduna

1,152

186

1,150

879

660

30

2,962

1,095

Kano

1,688

24

1,175

99

623

295

3,486

418

Katsina

1,176

128

859

105

488

64

2,523

297

Kebbi

332

5

165

136

54

8

551

149

Kogi

244

17

202

253

16

3

462

273

Kwara

169

12

139

176

12

1

320

189

Lagos

9

na

7

10

2

na

18

10

Nasarawa
Niger

243
425

44
2

139
209

363
290

12
5

na
1

394
639

407
293

Ogun
Ondo
Osun

126
149
167

4
15
16

56
83
122

68
133
172

22
10
29

na
na
2

204
242
318

72
148
190

Oyo

251

26

183

257

43

2

477

285

Plateau

376

68

216

561

16

na

608

629

Rivers

135

59

102

241

77

79

314

379

Sokoto

707

12

351

290

116

15

1,174

317

Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara

211
415
621

9
20
11

155
150
307

326
432
253

88
25
102

22
na
14

454
590
1,030

357
452
278

39
14,822

na
1,951

27
10,300

17
12,712

40
4,291

21
1,757

106
29,413

38
16,420

FCT
Nigeria

Source: NBS- Agricultural Survey Report, 2007 Abuja.

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

UNPAID FAMILY

PAID EMPLOYEES

TOTAL

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMALE

MALE

FEMAL
E

Abia

330

182

335

693

173

146

838

1,021

Adamawa

204

9

150

315

86

21

440

345

Akwa Ibom

583

287

422

1,006

96

308

1,101

1,601

Anambra

249

72

173

479

117

35

539

586

Bauchi

701

4

495

360

106

14

1,302

378

Bayelsa

43

19

33

76

25

27

101

122

Benue

385

79

222

565

16

na

623

644

Borno

602

29

218

627

35

na

855

656

Cross River

142

26

108

217

127

24

377

267

Delta

119

23

137

199

41

2

297

224

Ebonyi

278

114

242

567

138

77

658

758

Edo

179

34

207

300

59

2

445

336

Ekiti

95

10

53

86

8

na

156

96

Enugu

372

111

259

717

178

51

809

879

Gombe

478

2

318

239

72

11

868

252

Imo

414

227

419

866

215

182

1,048

1,275

Jigawa

806

21

562

86

298

259

1,666

366

Kaduna

1,113

180

1,112

849

638

29

2,863

1,058

Kano

1,632

23

1,136

96

602

285

3,370

404

Katsina

1,136

124

830

101

472

62

2,438

287

STATE

Kebbi

321

5

159

131

52

8

532

144

Kogi

236

16

195

245

15

3

446

264

Kwara

163

12

134

170

12

1

309

183

Lagos

9

na

7

9

2

na

18

9

Nassarawa

234

43

134

351

12

na

380

394

Niger

415

2

204

283

5

1

624

286

Ogun

122

4

54

66

21

na

197

70

Ondo

144

14

80

129

10

na

234

143

Osun

162

15

118

166

28

2

308

183

Oyo

243

25

177

248

41

2

461

275

Plateau

364

66

209

542

15

na

588

608

Rivers

130

57

99

233

74

77

303

367

Sokoto

684

12

339

280

112

14

1,135

306

Taraba

204

9

150

315

85

21

439

345

Yobe

401

19

145

418

24

na

570

437

Zamfara

600

11

297

245

98

13

995

269

38

na

26

17

38

20

102

37

14,331

1,886

9,958

12,292

4,146

1,697

28,435

15,875

FCT
Nigeria

Source: NBS- Agricultural Survey Report, 2007 Abuja.

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TABLE5.14

PERCENTAGE DISTRIBUTION OF EMPLOYED PERSONS BY ENGAGEMENT IN
VOLUNTARY OR SOCIAL WORK, SECTOR AND GENDER, 2007
URBAN

VOLUNTARY WORK

MALE

FEMA
LE

RURAL
TOTA
L

MALE

FEMA
LE

TOTAL
TOTA
L

MALE

FEMA
LE

BOTH
SEXES

Arts and Recreation

57.44

42.57

100.01

70.61

29.39

100.00

65.42

34.58

100.00

Education

58.72

41.28

100.00

62.87

37.12

99.99

60.64

39.37

100.00

Health

67.59

32.41

100.00

55.56

44.44

100.00

61.23

38.77

100.00

Social Services

71.05

28.95

100.00

79.61

20.39

100.00

77.50

22.50

100.00

Enviroment

56.86

43.13

99.99

58.80

41.20

100.00

58.27

41.73

100.00

Development and Housing

50.66

49.34

100.00

73.40

26.59

99.99

59.78

40.22

100.00

100.00

0.00

100.00

81.66

18.34

100.00

85.48

14.52

100.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

86.42

13.57

99.99

86.42

13.57

100.00

59.94

40.06

100.00

63.15

36.85

100.00

62.10

37.90

100.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

100.00

0.00

100.00

100.00

0.00

100.00

Business/Pofessional

53.58

46.42

100.00

81.39

18.61

100.00

73.37

26.63

100.00

Other (specify)

53.66

46.34

100.00

46.95

53.05

100.00

49.24

50.76

100.00

National

60.14

39.86

100.00

66.69

33.30

99.99

64.57

35.43

100.00

Civil Advocacy
Philanthropy
Religion
International

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

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TABLE5.15:

UNEMPLOYMEMT RATES BY STATE 2003 - 2008.

STATE

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

Abia
Adamawa
Akwa-Ibom
Anambra
Bauchi
Bayelsa
Benue
Borno
Cross-River
Delta
Ebonyi
Edo
Ekiti
Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa
Kaduna
Kano
Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara
Lagos
Nassarawa
Niger
Ogun
Ondo
Osun
Oyo
Plateau
Rivers
Sokoto
Taraba
Yobe
Zamfara
FCT

14.80
12.90
12.30
6.60
10.40
3.50
8.20
6.40
7.90
14.90
2.80
4.80
17.50
15.20
13.40
19.90
6.10
8.40
12.80
10.40
12.30
19.90
8.80
8.00
1.60
6.30
9.20
16.80
1.00
7.00
11.80
6.60
4.10
16.80
15.00
46.40
14.40

11.40
11.90
14.40
9.10
20.50
7.10
4.80
0.80
12.00
17.10
16.70
3.10
8.20
16.50
7.60
22.10
20.50
19.60
25.90
20.30
19.80
14.90
5.40
25.60
5.10
6.70
1.30
7.30
0.40
0.80
0.40
15.30
4.90
23.80
12.10
71.50
5.30

9.65
16.65
14.40
9.45
25.10
14.00
11.70
3.55
11.55
10.80
11.85
6.50
7.85
21.95
15.20
19.30
19.80
15.85
22.50
22.05
19.85
11.80
4.15
16.05
6.90
3.45
1.90
6.75
1.15
3.05
1.60
11.15
4.50
13.60
10.65
61.30
5.90

7.90
21.40
14.40
9.80
29.70
20.90
18.60
6.30
11.10
4.50
7.00
9.90
7.50
27.40
22.80
16.50
19.10
12.10
19.10
23.80
19.90
8.70
2.90
6.50
8.70
0.20
2.50
6.20
1.90
5.30
2.80
7.00
4.10
3.40
8.00
51.10
6.50

13.50
17.90
15.30
10.80
23.90
16.00
10.80
5.80
16.90
13.80
10.90
8.60
8.70
20.00
15.60
21.50
21.60
14.10
19.40
19.30
15.20
12.50
7.50
15.50
8.10
3.60
2.30
6.70
2.70
4.30
2.90
25.00
6.40
14.00
13.60
50.80
16.40

10.90
11.90
13.50
11.10
7.30
6.90
6740
7.80
11.80
18.90
11.50
5.10
15.6
11.50
10.50
7.60
17.40
5.90
12.70
5.80
11.80
16.50
16.40
10.20
7.60
17.00
3.90
5.80
6.30
6.50
8.70
4.70
12.10
5.90
19.90
12.80
16.4

14.5
29.4
34.1
16.8
37.2
41.5
8.5
27.7
14.3
18.4
12
12.2
20.6
14.9
32.1
20.8
26.5
11.6
27.6
37.3
12
19
11
19.5
10.1
28
8.5
14.9
12.6
14.9
7.1
27.9
22.4
26.8
27.3
13.3
21.5

12.60

14.80

13.35

11.90

13.70

14.60

19.7

Nigeria

Sources: General Household Survey Report/ NBS/CBN Surveys 2007and 2008.

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FIGURE: 5.2 UNEMPLOYMENT RATES

UNEMPLOYMENT  RATE ‐(2003‐2008)
25.00
20.00
15.00
UNEMPLOYMENT   RATE 
(2003‐2008)

10.00
5.00
0.00
2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

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CHAPTER SIX
PUBLIC SAFETY
Table 6.5a shows prison inmates population and recidivism from 2004 to 2008. In 2004, the
population of prison inmates was 55,584. Majority of them were first offenders. The second in the
hierarchy of the categories were inmates convicted once. They were 15,657. The least were those
convicted five times and their population was 1,086. In all categories, the male folk was more than the
females.
In 2005, there were 53,311 prison inmates mostly males.. Majority were those convicted for the first
time (33,375), while the least were those convicted for five times (971).
This trend of distribution continued till 2008. In this year, the inmate population was 130,744
including both sexes. Majority were first offenders (47,697), while the least were inmates convicted
for six times (755).
Table 6.5b: Shows the Prison Admission by Age Group from 2004-2008.
In 2004, there were a total of 143,140 prison inmates with the largest proportion of 46% coming from
the age group 26-50 years. The age group with the least admission was 16-20 such that in every one
hundred inmates, there was only one out of this age group.
The number dwindled slightly in 2005 with a total of 149,422 admissions. The trend in their
distribution was like that of 2004. In this regard, while age group 26-50 years had 65,140 (43%) as the
highest, the least (2%) emerged from the age group 16-20 years.
In 2006, the total admission rose to 299,051. That was an increase of 101%. This increase though
reflecting on the age groups did not change the trend of distribution.
However, in 2007, the total admission fell to 159,418 (47%). Age group 26-50 years topped the
distribution with 81,134 inmates while 16-20 years was the least with 2,639.
In 2008, the declining trend continued such that the total admission number fell to 130,744, While age
group 20-50 years had the highest number of 73,071.the least number of 175 was recorded for age
group 16-20 years.
Table 6.5c: Shows a Distribution of Prison Admission by Type of Imprisonment.
In 2004 of the 143,140 newly admitted prisoners, 75,123 (53%) were remanded or awaiting trial.
While 45,550 (32%) were serving a short term imprisonment. 30,814 (22%) were serving a long term.
Only 20 (0.01%) of them were condemned. The rest were either detained or in other forms of
imprisonment.
In 2005, the type of imprisonment with the highest number of inmates was Remanding/ Awaiting Trial
with 84,051( ), followed by 27,104 inmates serving long term. There were 6,035 detainees while
those out rightly condemned to death were 36 .
Like in the previous years, 2006 with 127,051 had more inmates (73,538) Remanding/Awaiting Trial.
Those serving a short jail term with 26,929 were second in the list while those condemned (127)
increased by over 300%. Detainees (517) decreased further by , while other forms of imprisonment
took 3,014.
In 2007, of the 159,418 prison inmates Remanded/Awaiting Trial recorded 86,525 as the highest.
While serving short term were 38,817, those serving long term were 29,000. Only 16 inmates were
condemned while 276 were in detention. Other forms of imprisonment were 4,784.
In 2008, there was a general decrease in all the term of imprisonment with the exception of those
condemned. Inmates in the category of remanding/awaiting trial were 82,125. Those of them that were
serving a long jail term (25,826) followed, while those serving short jail term (20,992) came third in
the list. Those condemned rose to 92 while the detainees equally rose to 314.
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Table 6.5d: Shows Prison Admission Classified by Religion from 2004-2008.
There were a total of 143,140 prison inmates in 2004. Majority of them (6510) were Christians. This
was followed by 63,715 inmates that belonged to Islam. The least (2132) were Atheist.
In 2005, the total population of prison inmates rose to 149,422 with 68,401 Muslims topping the list.
Christians (64,444) inmates followed, while the least was Atheist with 2,132. Christians (62,030)
topped the population of prison inmates in 2006 with a total population of 127,051. Inmates of Islamic
faith were second in the list with 37,671, and Traditional religion (10,219). Atheist (2414) was the
least.
In 2007, the trend of the previous year was maintained. In 2008, the inmate’s population was 130,744.
As in the previous years, there were more Christians (62,258) inmates than inmates of any other faith.
This was followed by 54,441 inmates of Islam faith. Atheists with 7,307 were the least.
Table 6.13: Shows The Prison Capacity Distribution By State And Years.
Between 2002 and 2005, the capacity was the same for each of these years and States. Lagos State
with 2,795 had the largest capacity and was followed by Borno State with 2,000. Kwara State with a
capacity of 316 was the least.
From 2006 to 2008, there was an expansion that increased these capacities. Borno State with 3,422
tapped other States. Lagos (2,795) State was the second although there was no change in its capacity.
Oyo State with 364 had the least capacity. It should be noted that Bayelsa State had no prison
facilities.
Table 6.16 shows total number of reported fire Outbreaks in Nigeria by type 2004-2008
The table shows that in 2004, there were 400 rescue or distress calls were made to the concerned
agencies. The fire outbreak in which 5 lives were lost had 12 lives save. Estimated value of goods lost
was about N23, 539,000.

In 2005, the number of domestic private fire decreased to 166.There were 169 calls to relevant
institution. While 11 lives were saved, 10 were lost and goods estimated at N147, 703,000 were
equally lost. There was no factory/industrial fire in 2005. Yet, there were others that attracted 63 calls.
However, no losses of both lives and property were recorded.
In 2006, domestic private fire occurred 152 times and 211 calls were made. Twenty seven lives saved
while 104 lives were lost. Estimated value of goods lost was N225, 600,000.
Although, there was no factor/industrial fire, yet there were other forms of fire that recorded 40 calls
and claimed one live. Estimated value of goods lost was N99, 485,000.
In 2007, 141 calls were made in connection with domestics private fire outbreak. Ten lives were saved
while nine lives were lost. About N100, 000,000 worth of goods were lost.
The number of factory/industrial fire was 12 for which 8 calls were made. There was no record as
regards number of lives lost but 4 lives were saved with a loss of goods estimated at N8, 000,000. In
2008 domestic private fire outbreak recorded 242 calls. As many as 641 lives were saved while 76
were lost. The value of goods lost was N717, 000,000. In the same year, there were 40
factory/industrial fire with 16 calls. No live was saved at all and 24 lives were lost.
Other forms of fire outbreaks were insufficient though with 86 calls. Only 10 lives were saved while
171 lives were lost. The fire consumed about N311, 000,000.

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TABLE 6.1:

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

.
YEAR

REPORTED CASES

PERSONS INVOLVED

FATAL

SERIOUS

MINOR

TOTAL

KILLED

INJURED

TOTAL

2002

7,206

8,411

6,778

22,395

9,240

22,970

32,210

2003

5,401

7,432

4,373

17,206

7,697

16,171

23,868

2004

6,362

8,509

4,740

19,611

8,161

20,925

29,086

2005

6,132

7,849

4,678

18,659

8,980

16,888

25,868

2006

5,806

8,052

4,804

18,663

9,131

19,200

28,331

2007

5,789

7,223

4,785

17,797

9,390

17,413

27,803

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs.,Annex Lagos/FRSC

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

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Abia

230

197

132

164

123

270

Adamawa

436

366

591

698

366

560

Akwa Ibom

595

429

519

604

602

598

Anambra

268

342

206

259

288

194

Bauchi

425

181

383

414

470

420

Bayelsa

92

138

206

173

176

200

Benue

1,154

1,317

560

1,338

1165

1056

Borno

566

383

369

258

283

357

Cross River

449

627

711

541

680

555

1,062

682

708

491

524

502

5

108

188

116

686

206

Edo

1,769

703

1,360

657

457

418

Ekiti

248

166

239

198

304

236

Enugu

904

703

617

654

702

700

Gombe

295

197

178

144

185

550

Imo

167

255

148

295

377

377

Jigawa

283

262

215

122

215

212

Delta
Ebonyi

Kaduna

297

88

701

573

968

968

Kano

1,109

905

1,051

1,317

847

816

Katsina

1,128

439

324

645

388

311

Kebbi

99

203

67

184

284

312

Kogi

279

113

164

107

343

523

Kwara

161

195

203

204

202

267

Lagos

4,527

2,359

2,878

629

620

413

106

188

273

122

147

191

Nassarawa
Niger

374

268

113

378

270

262

Ogun

1,246

1,427

1,554

1,427

1659

1324

Ondo

590

669

686

600

384

377

Osun

448

613

744

1,197

740

733

Oyo

1,318

1,159

1,050

1,564

1160

966

Plateau

442

626

691

697

751

766

Rivers

480

260

405

393

1080

788

Sokoto

202

9

51

355

133

129

Taraba

67

na

40

259

299

310

Yobe

231

89

279

252

159

322

Zamfara

106

86

108

137

na

120

FCT
NIGERIA

237

454

899

493

626

488

22,395

17,206

19,611

18,659

18,663

17,797

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs Annex Lagos

243

TABLE6.3a: TOTAL NUMBER OF PERSONS REPORTED INJURED IN ROAD ACCIDENTS IN NIGERIA
BY STATE, 2002 - 2007
STATE

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Abia

230

200

101

149

112

300

Adamawa

436

365

554

588

519

722

Akwa Ibom

595

405

454

565

197

394

Anambra

268

507

144

140

229

153

Bauchi

425

163

747

673

503

533

Bayelsa

92

101

173

126

141

155

Benue

1,154

1,503

722

1,453

1,434

1,292

Borno

566

310

496

263

247

456

Cross River

449

631

793

527

768

658

1,062

176

680

446

513

325

5

82

201

427

752

200

Edo

1,769

253

1,243

200

224

320

Ekiti

248

324

225

250

301

275

Enugu

904

447

384

326

358

290

Gombe

295

541

630

217

209

180

Imo

167

116

143

336

340

136

Jigawa

283

465

316

105

218

120

Kaduna

297

103

782

576

2,261

2,261

Kano

1,109

652

739

798

674

560

Katsina

Delta
Ebonyi

1,128

789

547

439

620

637

Kebbi

99

263

95

323

250

133

Kogi

279

150

163

139

143

532

Kwara

161

134

323

335

281

315

Lagos

4,527

1,112

2,191

292

693

137

106

192

554

105

207

126

Nassarawa
Niger

374

410

51

831

283

279

Ogun

1,246

2,026

1,870

1,579

1,653

1,545

Ondo

590

711

747

545

649

437

Osun

448

425

825

1,281

987

1,034

1,318

1,009

1,206

561

1,067

680

Plateau

442

727

647

681

689

622

Rivers

480

301

397

259

697

411

Sokoto

202

13

28

75

101

91

Taraba

67

na

36

299

300

307

Yobe

231

56

580

429

167

437

Zamfara

106

113

253

253

na

666

FCT

237

396

885

297

413

294

22,395

16,171

20,925

16,888

19,200

17,412

Oyo

NIGERIA

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs Annex, Lagos
Note: na=Not avalaible.

244

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

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Abia

230

134

61

111

82

140

Adamawa

436

160

174

196

182

230

Akwa Ibom

595

206

271

312

306

256

Anambra

268

208

77

73

118

93

Bauchi

425

154

283

423

397

132

Bayelsa

92

42

37

36

49

77

Benue

1,154

493

230

585

562

487

Borno

566

293

110

105

156

147

Cross River

449

234

307

217

340

na

1,062

206

273

171

195

216

Delta
Ebonyi

5

46

106

42

262

70

Edo

1,769

261

351

151

83

102

Ekiti

248

69

65

50

90

99

Enugu

904

192

158

298

179

186

Gombe

295

124

115

69

121

660

Imo

167

54

39

120

135

340

Jigawa

283

253

145

119

33

58

Kaduna

297

40

372

367

1512

1,512

Kano

1,109

336

371

344

302

220

Katsina

1,128

416

392

307

336

369

Kebbi

99

119

22

144

22

92

Kogi

279

36

39

150

120

384

Kwara

161

295

155

165

41

146

Lagos

4,527

521

913

249

561

84

Nassarawa

106

264

230

119

159

66

Niger

374

235

131

383

72

181

Ogun

1,246

766

759

845

637

734

Ondo

590

275

281

260

232

226

Osun

448

252

305

499

277

350

1,318

340

430

327

465

310

Plateau

442

210

286

568

244

322

Rivers

480

89

162

83

285

144

Sokoto

202

5

12

153

178

206

Taraba

67

na

15

129

78

100

Yobe

231

135

202

184

157

254

Zamfara

106

59

72

57

na

22

FCT

237

175

210

569

163

99

22,395

7,697

8,161

8,980

9131

9114

Oyo

NIGERIA

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs Annex, Lagos
Note: na= not avalaible.

245

TABLE 6.4:

STATE

TOTAL NUMBER OF REPORTED CASES OF ROAD ACCIDENTS IN NIGERIA BY STATE,
2002-2007
2002
FATAL

SERIOU
S

MINOR

2003
FATAL

SERIOU
S

MINOR

2004
FATAL

SERIOU
S

MINOR

Abia

120

81

29

99

79

19

68

61

3

Adamawa

120

164

152

34

125

207

173

340

78

Akwa Ibom

250

265

80

189

215

25

244

242

33

Anambra

64

78

126

100

152

90

107

63

36

Bauchi

214

148

63

122

38

21

209

130

44

Bayelsa

21

51

20

28

82

28

33

112

61

Benue

384

542

228

357

700

260

174

297

89

Borno

250

230

86

187

140

56

142

19

208

Cross River

153

199

97

196

310

121

214

360

137

Delta

271

518

273

206

300

176

223

344

141

1

4

na

40

50

18

96

57

35

Edo

933

345

491

152

280

271

420

466

474

Ekiti

62

129

57

46

82

38

42

137

60

Enugu

356

320

228

169

288

246

175

272

170

Gombe

111

141

43

96

89

12

96

62

20

Ebonyi

Imo

42

103

22

35

129

91

37

87

24

Jigawa

160

119

4

177

83

2

117

71

27

Kaduna

149

85

63

37

32

19

308

234

159

Kano

354

420

335

290

355

260

324

413

314

Katsina

146

47

935

271

124

44

198

89

37

Kebbi

57

25

17

91

70

42

19

24

24

Kogi

151

89

39

43

41

29

55

61

48

Kwara

68

61

32

78

72

45

84

70

49

Lagos

683

1,837

2,007

466

1,104

789

668

1,342

868

60

34

12

160

28

0

158

95

20

Niger

202

125

47

141

111

16

88

23

2

Ogun

472

514

260

440

588

399

485

698

371

Ondo

197

254

139

178

290

201

202

341

143

Osun

195

174

79

200

259

154

208

355

181

Oyo

366

524

428

281

506

372

267

462

321

Plateau

154

208

83

171

326

129

215

349

127

Rivers

103

220

157

79

119

62

113

198

94

Sokoto

117

63

22

5

4

na

20

17

14

Taraba

18

44

5

na

na

na

15

13

12

Yobe

95

101

35

44

28

17

127

115

37

Zamfara

60

34

12

50

32

4

40

49

19

FCT

50

115

72

143

201

110

198

441

260

7,209

8,411

6,778

5,401

7,432

4,373

6,362

8,509

4,740

Nassarawa

NIGERIA

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtr Annex Lagos
Note: na=not avalaible.

246

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

FATAL

2005
SERIOU
S

MINO
R

FATAL

2006
SERIO
US

MINOR

FATAL

2007
SERIO
US

MINOR

89

59

16

67

45

11

270

136

118

Adamawa

211

422

65

151

169

46

174

297

89

Akwa Ibom

238

313

53

244

320

38

229

312

57

Anambra

100

83

76

79

134

75

57

92

45

Bauchi

161

162

91

262

122

86

112

120

188

Bayelsa

31

99

43

46

95

35

64

95

41

Benue

396

764

178

409

610

146

331

580

145

Borno

84

76

98

132

75

76

126

123

99

Cross River

176

249

116

138

226

316

193

274

88

Delta

143

236

112

162

258

104

121

266

115

45

45

26

202

340

144

50

100

56

Edo

151

198

308

76

217

164

89

130

199

Ekiti

37

114

47

60

175

69

76

135

25

188

284

182

183

321

198

183

319

198

Abia

Ebonyi

Enugu
Gombe

60

44

40

95

68

22

250

150

150

Imo

190

62

43

81

170

126

170

81

126

Jigawa

109

12

1

27

76

112

50

76

86

Kaduna

220

191

162

376

346

246

376

346

246

Kano

373

545

399

255

341

251

212

283

321

Katsina

342

208

95

225

126

37

190

97

24

Kebbi

84

60

40

34

150

100

86

104

122

Kogi

64

25

18

154

69

120

222

184

117

Kwara

94

60

50

61

62

79

64

110

93

Lagos

98

301

230

90

290

240

83

196

134

169

42

Nassarawa

109

12

1

108

39

Niger

198

157

23

50

94

126

60

87

115

Ogun

491

596

340

472

673

514

419

520

313

Ondo

242

161

197

148

160

76

139

157

81

Osun

330

615

252

214

361

165

232

344

157

Oyo

316

635

613

304

541

315

222

310

434

Plateau

206

371

120

194

414

143

218

250

298

Rivers

79

175

139

237

507

336

146

392

250

Sokoto

94

33

228

108

24

1

128

1

Taraba

102

88

69

112

142

45

92

150

68

Yobe

111

113

28

102

53

3

175

130

17

Zamfara

42

84

11

na

na

na

17

55

48

128

197

168

148

239

239

76

188

224

6,132

7,849

4,678

5806

8052

4804

5871

7232

4882

FCT
NIGERIA

SOURCE: NIGERIA POLICE FORCE HQTRS ANNEX ,LAGOS

Note: na=not avalaible.

247

TABLE6.5a

INMATE POPULATION AND RECIDIVISM, 2001-2005
2004

STATUS

2005

2006
Female

Male

Female

2008

male

female

male

female

FIRST OFFENDER

27,405

915

31,250

2,025

26,220

590

27,145

746

45,114

2,583

CONVICTED ONCE

13,329

328

10,900

189

10,580

211

13,645

378

24,210

1,170

CONVICTED TWICE

4,785

217

3,547

97

5,820

89

8,297

250

19,807

1,750

CONVICTED THRICE

3,160

136

1,480

73

2,450

80

7,489

176

15,646

1,250

CONVICTED FOUR
TIMES

2,555

94

1,520

100

1,990

50

2,358

113

12,724

407

CONVICTED FIVE
TIMES

1,000

86

897

74

1,070

32

2,986

78

5,248

110

CONVICTED SIX
TIMES

1,500

74

1,103

56

910

28

908

51

715

40

53,734

1,850

50,697

2,614

49,040

1,080

62,828

1,792

123,464

7,310

TOTAL

Male

2007
Male

Female

Source: Nigerian, Prisons Service, Abuja

TABLE6.5b

PRISON ADMISSIONS BY AGE GROUP, 2004-2008

STATUS

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

UNDER 16 YEARS

1,995

2,516

2,334

2,639

175

16-20 YEARS

31,700

40,170

19,122

16,236

25,317

21-25 YEARS

39,045

34,600

28,705

57,736

28,049

26-50 YEARS

63,100

65,140

75,491

80,134

73,071

51 AND ABOVE

7,300

5,996

1,399

2,673

4,132

143,140

149,422

127,051

159,418

130,744

TOTAL

Source: Nigerian, Prisons Service, Abuja

248

TABLE6.5c

PRISON ADMISSION BY TYPE OF IMPRISONMENT, 2004-2008

TERM OF IMPRISONMENT

2004

2005

Remand/Awaiting Trial

75,123

84,051

Short Term

24,750

Long Term

26,929

38,817

22,926

29,000

127

16

517

276

3,014

4,784

127,051

159,418

82,125
20,992
25,826
92

6,025

8,616

Total

86,525

2008

36

3,817

Others

73,538

27,104

20

Detainees

2007

26,171

30,814

Condemned

2006

314

6,035

143,140

1,395

149,422
130,744

Source: Nigerian, Prisons Service, Abuja

TABLE6.5d

PRISON ADMISSION CLASSIFIED BY RELIGION (2004-2008)

STATUS

2004

2005

CHRISTIAN

65,104

64,444

62,030

57,675

62,250

ISLAM

66,715

68,401

37,671

48,113

54,441

TRADITIONAL

7,150

8,243
10,219

20,823

2,414

7,307

ATHEIST
OTHERS
TOTAL

3,250

2006

2007

2008

4,931

2,132

769

3,921

6,202

14,717

25,500

8,353

143,140

149,422

127,051

159,418

130,744

Source: Nigerian, Prisons Service, Abuja

249

TABLE6.6:
STATE

BANK FRAUD STATISTICS IN NIGERIA BY STATE,2006
NO OF
CASES
REPORTED

CASES
CHARGED
TO COURT

NO OF
PERSONS
ARRESTED

NO OF
PERSONS
CONVICTED

NO OF
CASES UNDER
INVESTIGATION

AMOUNT
(N)
INVOLVED

Abia

na

na

na

na

na

na

Adamawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Akwa Ibom

na

na

1

na

1

800,000

Anambra

na

na

na

na

na

na

Bauchi

na

na

na

na

na

na

Bayelsa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Benue

na

na

na

na

na

na

Borno

na

na

na

na

na

na

Cross River

na

na

na

na

na

na

Delta

na

na

na

na

na

na

Ebonyi

na

na

na

na

na

na

Edo

na

na

na

na

na

na

Ekiti

na

na

na

na

na

na

Enugu

na

na

na

na

na

na

Gombe

na

na

na

na

na

na

Imo

na

na

na

na

na

na

Jigawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kaduna

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kano

na

na

na

na

na

na

Katsina

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kebbi

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kogi

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kwara

na

na

na

na

na

na

Lagos

na

na

na

na

na

na

Nassarawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Niger

na

na

na

na

na

na

Ogun

3

na

9

na

3

586,113,506

Ondo

na

na

na

na

na

na

Osun

na

na

na

na

na

na

Oyo

3

1

5

na

2

134,400,000.00

Plateau

na

na

na

na

na

na

Rivers

na

na

na

na

na

na

Sokoto

na

na

na

na

na

na

Taraba

na

na

na

na

na

na

Yobe

na

na

na

na

na

na

Zamfara

na

na

na

na

na

na

FCT

na

na

na

na

na

na

6

1

15

na

6

721,313,506.00

NIGERIA

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs Annex,Lagos.
Note:na= Not avalaible.

250

TABLE6.6b:

BANK FRAUD STATISTICS IN NIGERIA BY STATE,2007
NO OF

STATE

CASES
REPORTED

CASES
CHARGE
D
TO
COURT

NO OF

NO OF

PERSONS

PERSONS

ARRESTE
D

CONVICTE
D

NO OF
CASES
UNDER
INVESTIGATI
ON

AMOUNT
(N)
INVOLVED

Abia

na

na

na

na

na

na

Adamawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Akwa Ibom

na

na

na

na

na

na

Anambra

na

na

na

na

na

na

Bauchi

na

na

na

na

na

na

Bayelsa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Benue

na

na

na

na

na

na

Borno

na

na

na

na

na

na

Cross River

na

na

na

na

na

na

Delta

na

na

na

na

na

na

Ebonyi

na

na

na

na

na

na

Edo

na

na

na

na

na

na

Ekiti

na

na

na

na

na

na

Enugu

na

na

na

na

na

na

Gombe

na

na

na

na

na

na

Imo

na

na

na

na

na

na

Jigawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kaduna

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kano

na

na

na

na

na

na

Katsina

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kebbi

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kogi

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kwara

na

na

na

na

na

na

Lagos

na

na

na

na

na

na

Nassarawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Niger

na

na

na

na

na

na

Ogun

na

na

na

na

na

na

Ondo

na

na

na

na

na

na

Osun

na

na

na

na

na

na

Oyo

na

1

1

na

1

1,300,000.00

Plateau

na

na

na

na

na

na

Rivers

na

na

na

na

na

na

Sokoto

na

na

na

na

na

na

Taraba

na

na

na

na

na

na

Yobe

na

na

na

na

na

na

Zamfara

na

na

na

na

na

na

FCT

na

na

na

na

na

na

NIGERIA

0

1

1

na

1

1,300,000.00

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs Annex,Lagos.
Note:na= Not avalaible.

251

TABLE 6.7:

PRISON ADMISSION BY TYPES OF OFFENCE2001-2006
2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

Debt

970

1,529

853

715

684

490

Arson

2,146

1,466

1,968

2,425

2,146

204

Affray

5,604

3,575

1,161

4,000

3,812

4,158

Assault

10,450

7,900

7,826

6,819

5,700

6,629

Murder

8,100

11,868

1,615

12,918

10,250

9,266

Treason

10

12

27

39

36

12

Sedition

137

179

167

10

13

3

Abduction

1,905

2,981

1,467

1,601

1,050

17

Smuggling

5,192

1,356

1,865

6,142

3,916

5,621

Immigration

3,170

2,212

162

1,847

840

270

Stealing

51,406

34,391

46,060

48,142

50,231

43,174

Robbery

12,800

15,716

7,128

10,160

10,888

10,750

Armed Robbery

15,120

17,462

15,577

18,322

13,491

7,860

Sex Offences

3,950

4,271

3,598

4,517

5,606

5,270

Traffic Offences

4,114

2,257

2,296

5,860

7,114

6,123

Currency Offences

2,102

1,401

1,529

1,514

3,645

2,947

Indian HempOffences

5,972

6,376

3,090

8,109

9,172

7,448

3,100

4,772

4,146

3,117

3,619

2,140

9405

6,232

6,090

5,203

7,209

3,110

5,172

4,375

7,169

4,680

5,161

3,413

78

182

101

214

1,480

952

2450

8,000

1,274

786

1,300

726

6650

4,178

4,265

3,158

4,909

3,108

Economic Sabotage

na

na

na

na

na

753

Human Trafficking

na

na

na

na

na

305

Criminal Lunatic

na

na

na

na

na

182

Cultism/Ritual

na

na

na

na

na

206

Breach of Peace

na

na

na

na

na

1,209

4,795

18,225

12,782

2,000

2,059

241

164,798

160,916

132,216

152,298

154,331

126,587

STATE

Contempt of Court
Offences.
Unlawful Possession of
Arms.
Forgery and Altering
Escapingfrom Lawful
Custody
Offences against Native
Law and custom
Unlawful Possession of
Prop

Other Offences
TOTAL

Source: Nigerian Prisons Service, Abuja
Note:na= Not avalaible.

252

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

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Abia

421

139

59

186

210

274

Adamawa

449

617

489

425

449

1013

Akwa Ibom

575

454

373

206

na

158

2,230

320

140

148

556

256

Bauchi

408

426

391

181

256

583

Bayelsa

96

na

49

38

na

203

Benue

732

312

712

732

408

340

Borno

389

379

428

152

127

826

Cross River

16

25

48

28

107

274

Delta

na

79

52

105

294

537

Ebonyi

120

119

167

82

142

168

Edo

649

903

1,412

1,134

1,449

1,156

Ekiti

53

56

34

66

138

100

Enugu

126

162

154

50

137

288

Gombe

na

76

na

76

na

180

256

160

132

156

1,696

198

Jigawa

68

71

74

0

62

610

Kaduna

222

142

162

80

163

182

Kano

232

341

331

752

355

1970

Katsina

104

44

22

29

na

74

Kebbi

117

123

157

96

109

189

Kogi

25

24

57

na

57

219

Kwara

91

75

54

80

75

46

Lagos

518

564

440

3,536

284

1089

Nassarawa

154

92

412

170

341

284

Niger

292

136

393

242

230

528

Ogun

255

417

366

419

429

514

Ondo

210

166

139

114

55

365

Osun

75

141

289

525

442

973

Oyo

726

395

30

30

30

659

Plateau

324

322

386

384

260

317

Rivers

na

780

522

790

1,071

1,002

Sokoto

na

na

na

159

na

289

Taraba

na

na

na

58

167

519

Yobe

28

123

102

99

60

180

Zamfara

na

62

20

99

23

198

252

320

212

na

54

na

10,213

8,565

8,808

11,427

10236

16761

Anambra

Imo

FCT
NIGERIA

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs Annex, Lagos
Note: na=Not avalaible.

253

TABLE 6.8b:
STATE

TOTAL NUMBER OF CASES ADJOURNED AT THE INSTANCE OF COURT
IN NIGERIA BY STATE, 2002 - 2007

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

655

320

795

380

375

274

4,562

715

548

652

612

1013

712

560

470

396

80

158

2,880

420

346

367

718

256

Bauchi

214

144

153

428

764

583

Bayelsa

141

224

395

196

566

203

Benue

1,393

1,394

1,209

1,200

620

340

Borno

567

697

797

992

720

826

Cross River

482

501

284

177

288

274

na

209

193

120

416

537

190

246

213

262

161

168

Edo

1,355

2,018

1,710

1,488

1542

1156

Ekiti

178

72

188

168

155

100

Enugu

212

389

368

241

358

288

Gombe

86

53

142

188

396

180

Abia
Adamawa
Akwa Ibom
Anambra

Delta
Ebonyi

Imo

600

206

150

362

1,501

190

Jigawa

99

99

102

169

73

610

Kaduna

285

230

266

226

226

182

Kano

1,983

1,876

1,399

996

1612

1970

Katsina

150

215

133

69

28

74

Kebbi

166

192

218

182

142

189

Kogi

77

81

97

168

82

219

Kwara

109

108

110

104

104

46

Lagos

19,679

20,875

35,211

43,595

53419

1089

Nassarawa

229

482

456

274

388

284

Niger

504

516

509

288

312

528

Ogun

360

481

422

819

520

514

Ondo

350

215

367

112

444

365

Osun

441

235

602

766

994

973

Oyo

969

943

241

241

241

659

Plateau

420

482

647

582

312

317

Rivers

ns

1,017

614

994

1,217

1,002

Sokoto

544

441

706

376

803

289

Taraba

584

480

557

260

262

519

Yobe

276

233

227

177

72

180

Zamfara

144

173

257

299

62

198

FCT
NIGERIA

1,217

416

476

na

75

42,813

36,953

51,578

58,324

70,660

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs Annex, Lagos

254

na
16,753

TABLE 6.9:

CASES OF MISSING PERSONS IN NIGERIA BY STATE, 2002 - 2004

STATE

NO OF
PERSO
NS

2002
NO OF
PERS
ONS

MISSIN
G

TRACE
D

NO OF
PERSO
NS
NOT
TRACE
D

NO OF
PERSON
S

2003
NO OF
PERSON
S

NO OF
PERSON
S

NO OF
PERSON
S

2004
NO OF
PERSON
S

MISSING

TRACED

NOT
TRACED

MISSING

TRACED

NO OF
PERSONS
NOT
TRACED

Abia

34

6

28

12

6

28

34

19

15

Adamawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Akwa Ibom

29

4

25

12

3

26

27

16

11

174

44

130

80

36

138

105

30

75

Bauchi

na

na

na

na

na

na

7

2

5

Bayelsa

2

2

0

5

2

0

7

4

3

Anambra

Benue

na

na

na

na

na

na

42

30

12

Borno

449

284

185

39

16

433

na

na

na

Cross River

na

na

na

24

10

NA

34

18

16

Delta

44

13

31

13

8

36

13

8

5

Ebonyi

na

na

na

15

1

NA

4

0

4

Edo

181

99

82

82

45

136

80

42

38

Ekiti

10

4

6

6

1

9

6

6

0

Enugu

87

16

71

5

4

83

25

7

18

Gombe

na

na

na

na

na

na

1

0

1

Imo

na

na

na

13

4

NA

12

2

10

Jigawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kaduna

na

na

na

46

30

NA

1

1

0

3

na

3

na

na

na

na

na

na

Katsina

na

na

na

na

na

na

1

1

0

Kebbi

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kogi

10

na

10

na

na

na

1

0

1

Kwara

1

na

1

8

6

-5

5

2

3

Lagos

711

470

241

612

482

229

626

212

414

Nassarawa

na

na

na

22

16

NA

1

1

0

Niger

na

na

na

na

na

na

2

2

0

Ogun

78

13

65

44

3

75

98

66

32

Ondo

42

14

28

31

16

26

52

17

35

Kano

Osun

4

3

1

21

6

-2

27

8

19

Oyo

21

na

21

122

73

-52

72

46

26

Plateau

4

na

4

4

2

2

14

0

14

Rivers

8

1

7

5

na

5

18

8

10

Sokoto

1

na

1

na

na

na

na

na

na

Taraba

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

9

56

4

2

na

2

1

0

1

Zamfara

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

FCT

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

1,902

1,029

944

1,223

770

1,169

1,316

548

768

Yobe

NIGERIA

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs Annex,Lagos.
Note: na=Not avalaible.

255

TABLE6.9 contd:

CASES OF MISSING PERSONS IN NIGERIA AND BY STATE, 2005 - 2007
2005

STATE

2006

NO OF

NO OF

NO OF

NO OF

NO OF

PERSONS

PERSONS

PERSONS

PERSONS

MISSING

TRACED

NOT
TRACED

MISSING

PERSO
NS
TRACE
D

NO OF
PERSONS
NOT
TRACED

2007
NO
OF
PERS
ONS
MISSI
NG

NO OF

NO OF

PERSON
S

PERSON
S
NOT
TRACED

TRACED

Abia

6

0

6

40

30

10

17

Adamawa

6

4

2

na

na

na

na

na

Akwa Ibom

17

1

16

12

10

2

3

3

Anambra

72

15

57

25

8

17

30

5

25

Bauchi

15

8

7

7

3

4

na

na

na

Bayelsa

3

1

2

7

2

5

na

na

na

Benue

12

4

8

52

40

12

na

na

na

Borno

7

5

2

50

38

12

na

na

na

Cross River

24

18

6

20

15

5

1

Delta

28

10

18

42

30

12

37

11

26

Ebonyi

17
na

1

5

3

2

5

3

2

na

na

na

Edo

55

14

41

100

70

30

100

30

70

Ekiti

12

10

2

8

5

3

2

Enugu

8

6

2

50

30

20

34

14

20

Gombe

na

na

na

2

2

0

na

na

na

Imo

2

9

2

7

6

4

2

na

na

na

Jigawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kaduna

na

na

na

60

40

20

na

na

na

Kano

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Katsina

5

5

0

1

1

0

na

na

na

Kebbi

2

0

2

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kogi

4

0

4

6

3

3

na

na

na

Kwara

2

0

2

8

5

3

na

na

na

Lagos

524

357

167

500

350

150

450

300

150

Nassarawa

32

28

4

30

15

15

na

na

na

Niger

12

6

6

2

2

0

na

na

na

Ogun

60

21

39

86

80

6

60

8

52

Ondo

27

9

18

26

16

10

2

2

Osun

51

14

37

74

50

24

15

3

Oyo

35

35

12

58

32

26

58

28

30

Plateau

5

0

5

20

10

10

Rivers

9

0

9

12

9

3

66

30

36

Sokoto

3

0

3

1

1

0

na

na

na

Taraba

na

na

na

52

30

22

na

na

na

7

2

5

4

0

4

na

na

na

Zamfara

na

na

na

na

na

na

1

1

FCT

na

na

na

8

1

7

14

4

10

1,080

575

505

1,374

931

443

867

446

421

Yobe

NIGERIA

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs Annex,Lagos.
Note: na=Not avalaible

256

TABLE: 6.10

STATE

NUMBER OF VEHICLES STOLEN, RECOVERED AND NOT RECOVERED IN NIGERIA
BY STATE, 2005-2007.
NO OF
VEHICLES
STOLEN

2006
NO OF
VEHICLES
RECOVER
ED

NO OF
VEHICLES
NOT
RECOVERED

NO OF
VEHICLES

2007
NO OF
VEHICLES

STOLEN

RECOVERED

NO OF
VEHICLES
NOT
RECOVERED

Abia

80

68

12

na

na

na

Adamawa

5

3

2

na

na

na

Akwa Ibom

8

4

4

10

Anambra

100

35

65

na

na

na

Bauchi

10

4

6

na

na

na

Bayelsa

15

5

10

na

na

na

Benue

15

10

5

46

5

41

Borno

3

2

1

na

na

na

Cross River

10

3

7

2

Delta

70

40

30

43

Ebonyi

25

15

10

Edo

109

91

18

10

2
34

9

21

7

14

49

22

27

Ekiti

4

2

2

2

0

2

Enugu

80

25

55

9

1

8

Gombe

4

1

3

1

0

1

Imo

na

na

na

na

na

na

Jigawa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Kaduna

20

5

na

na

na

na

Kano

30

10

20

55

27

28

Katsina

5

2

3

17

1

16

Kebbi

10

3

7

na

na

na

Kogi

15

5

10

1

0

1

Kwara

101

10

91

90

15

75

Lagos

1048

495

553

na

na

na

Nassarawa

3

1

2

na

na

na

Niger

25

15

10

21

3

18

Ogun

30

15

15

128

39

89

Ondo

20

9

11

13

5

8

Osun

3

1

2

12

4

8

Oyo

84

9

75

50

20

30

Plateau

5

2

3

na

na

na

Rivers

118

98

20

na

na

na

Sokoto

15

5

10

12

4

8

Taraba

6

4

2

na

na

na

Yobe

5

2

3

na

na

na

Zamfara

8

2

6

na

na

na

na

na

na

FCT
NIGERIA

2089

1001

1073

582

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs Annex,Lagos.
Note: na=Not available

257

187

395

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

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

Abia

52

74

176

24

97

89

Adamawa

20

20

84

10

106

96

Akwa Ibom

51

60

51

60

51

88

Anambra

145

223

200

98

125

96

Bauchi

117

74

98

48

51

41

Bayelsa

55

46

32

32

51

52

Benue

74

45

48

43

32

27

Borno

91

116

107

92

61

41

Cross River

141

164

94

82

134

137

Delta

333

195

216

44

121

63

Ebonyi

65

46

98

81

62

51

Edo

71

155

147

144

163

79

Ekiti

86

87

38

46

36

85

Enugu

42

49

56

51

44

Gombe

23

39

43

39

22

27

163

86

118

96

172

176

Jigawa

na

na

23

na

23

16

Kaduna

132

132

63

na

55

40

Kano

54

67

na

61

56

108

Katsina

71

50

63

67

55

31

Kebbi

24

28

47

26

30

20

Kogi

139

130

36

99

57

41

Kwara

25

25

23

25

20

25

Lagos

na

108

141

204

306

70

109

64

143

34

131

36

Niger

36

16

33

9

43

32

Ogun

43

76

90

153

166

107

Ondo

149

135

54

92

70

58

Osun

9

17

31

51

31

51

Oyo

9

90

178

3

194

224

Plateau

5

44

36

46

43

26

Rivers

86

117

123

99

138

145

Sokoto

25

32

20

23

21

24

Taraba

23

24

38

38

38

80

111

71

97

35

24

20

13

25

33

32

22

32

134

185

181

188

48

172

2,726

2,915

3,059

2,275

2899

2506

Imo

Nassarawa

Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
NIGERIA

Source: Nigeria Police Force Hqtrs Annex,Lagos.
Note: na=Not avalaible.

258

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

STATE

2005
M

F

2006
M

F

F

2007
M

F

2008
M

F

Abia

1,008

28

1,038

27

1,189

32

1144

24

1189

30

Adamawa

1,491

21

1,812

31

1,617

25

1431

19

1478

9

Akwa Ibom

1,480

36

1,262

23

956

18

912

20

977

29

Anambra

1,027

32

895

25

652

11

1041

25

1090

21

788

14

994

14

861

10

906

11

1005

11

Bauchi
Bayelsa

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

na

Benue

766

12

763

14

767

13

642

14

732

4

Borno

1,135

8

1,145

12

1,050

4

1035

14

1035

12

667

13

751

16

770

16

759

16

785

12

1,300

35

1,152

23

1,208

24

1290

27

1403

39

583

12

74

3

718

13

742

9

926

16

Edo

1,417

36

1,439

32

2,753

32

1568

41

1559

40

Ekiti

275

7

267

5

316

4

301

3

225

2

1,038

15

1,163

34

1,235

35

1247

32

1535

25

Cross River
Delta
Ebonyi

Enugu

572

4

711

8

589

3

550

8

650

4

1,305

41

1,328

35

1,302

29

1383

29

1410

31

620

8

611

5

772

60

542

2

559

3

Kaduna

2,233

22

2,333

30

2,280

27

2223

20

2203

18

Kano

1,559

26

1,675

24

2,008

16

2076

30

2169

27

864

18

994

25

1,134

28

1112

34

1187

16

1,017

11

953

10

981

8

1029

9

650

27

401

4

418

2

416

3

416

3

321

0

Gombe
Imo
Jigawa

Katsina
Kebbi
Kogi
Kwara

381

2

346

1

358

3

324

1

355

5

Lagos

4,549

118

3,959

118

3,641

114

362

140

3711

169

Nassarawa

749

7

555

13

577

5

480

3

424

6

Niger

649

7

931

20

1,116

14

871

29

905

10

Ogun

976

12

953

17

1,072

15

1384

18

1725

17

Ondo

837

11

968

21

905

12

774

19

736

11

Osun

484

8

464

11

366

11

468

8

437

6

Oyo

716

11

718

13

698

14

692

11

666

15

Plateau

1,019

12

1,053

7

1,104

4

983

12

1494

9

Rivers

2,454

49

2,492

44

2,699

32

3164

31

3319

61

Sokoto

1,016

21

1,037

21

1,027

20

1025

6

624

8

Taraba

934

16

960

9

996

9

849

11

945

12

Yobe

780

12

652

9

643

6

573

12

498

4

Zamfara

600

8

689

10

575

8

535

5

643

4

FCT
NIGERIA

605

7

729

10

910

14

750

12

853

13

38,295

704

38,284

722

40,261

692

37590

708

40423

720

Source: The Nigeria Prisons Service, Abuja.
Note:na= Not available

259

TABLE 6.13:

PRISON CAPACITY BY STATE, 2002 - 2008

STATE

2002

2003

2005

2006

2007

2008

Abia

1,080

1,080

1,080

1080

1080

1080

Adamawa

1,760

1,760

1,760

2580

2580

2580

Akwa Ibom

1,566

1,566

1,566

1568

1568

1568

Anambra

424

424

424

na

564

564

Bauchi

997

997

997

1468

1,468

1468

Bayelsa

na

na

na

na

na

na

Benue

1,279

1,279

1,279

1408

1408

1408

Borno

2,000

2,000

2,000

3422

3422

3422

Cross River

1,076

1,076

1,076

1228

1228

1228

Delta

771

771

771

1098

1098

1098

Ebonyi

480

480

480

588

588

588

Edo

1,190

1,190

1,190

2092

2092

2092

Ekiti

200

200

200

200

200

200

1,024

1,024

1,024

1394

1394

1394

458

458

458

638

638

638

1,017

1,017

1,017

1188

1188

1188

830

830

830

1464

1464

1464

Kaduna

1,979

1,979

1,979

2802

2702

2702

Kano

1,540

1,540

1,540

1840

1840

1840

588

588

588

1278

1278

1278

1,120

1,120

1,120

1526

1526

1526

Kogi

365

365

365

530

530

530

Kwara

316

316

316

156

256

256

Lagos

2,795

2,795

2,795

2796

2796

2796

Nassarawa

509

509

509

602

602

602

Niger

474

474

474

1450

1450

1450

Ogun

1,028

1,028

1,028

1038

1038

1038

Ondo

482

482

482

646

646

646

Osun

640

640

640

906

906

906

Oyo

496

496

496

346

346

346

Plateau

1,670

1,670

1,670

1926

1926

1928

Rivers

1,312

1,312

1,312

1354

1354

1354

Sokoto

766

766

766

934

934

934

Taraba

1,810

1,810

1,810

1650

1650

1650

863

863

863

1180

1180

1180

1,144

1,144

1,144

1176

1178

1178

330

330

330

576

570

570

36,379

36,379

36,379

46,788

46,788

46,788

Enugu
Gombe
Imo
Jigawa

Katsina
Kebbi

Yobe
Zamfara
FCT
NIGERIA
Source: - Nigeria Prisons Service.
Note:na=Not available

260

TABLE 6.14

TOTAL NUMBER OF PETITIONS RECEIVED BY GEO- POLITICAL ZONE, 2002-2007

ZONES

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

North-East

14

11

15

15

27

16

North-Central

144

129

196

154

281

270

North-West

24

19

21

26

56

56

South-East

48

45

39

56

91

99

South- South

47

73

66

67

121

159

South-West

88

90

114

81

168

148

Total

365

367

451

399

744

752

Source: Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), Abuja.

TABLE6.15:

SUMMARY OF PETITIONS REFERED FOR INVESTIGATION, 2002-2005

ITEMS

2002

2003

2004

2005

No Of Petitions Fully Investigated

19

17

16

17

No Of Petitions Under Investigation

139

335

292

187

No Of Petitions Rejected For Lack Of Jurisdiction

27

87

19

5

Total No Of Petitions Referred

185

439

327

209

Source: Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC), Abuja.
Note:The Summary Total means the difference between the Total number of petitions Received/Intigated ,those refered to other
Agencies at the point at receipt and those carried over to the succeeding year

261

TABLE6.16: TOTAL NUMBER OF REPORTED FIRE OUTBREAKS IN NIGERIA BY TYPE 2004-2008
Domestic Private Fire
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
Number Of Calls

400

169

211

141

242

12

11

27

10

641

5

10

104

1

76

23539

147703

225600

1000000

717000

Number Of Calls

NILL

NILL

NILL

8

16

Number Of Lives Saved

NILL

NILL

NILL

4

Nill

Number Of Lives Lost

NILL

NILL

NILL

NIL

24

670272

NILL

NILL

800000

621000

36

63

40

100

86

Number Of Lives Saved

NILL

NILL

NILL

NIL

10

Number Of Lives Lost

NILL

NILL

1

NIL

171

0

0

99485

1700000

311000

Number Of Lives Saved
Number Of Lives Lost
Estimated Values Of Good
Lost(N"000)
Factory/Industrial Fire

Estimated Values Of Goods
Lost(N"000)
Others
Number Of Calls

Estimated Values Of Goods
Lost(N"000)

Source: Nigeria Fire Service, Abuja

262

TABLE 6.17:
STATES

AREA COMMANDS/DIVISIONS/STATIONS/P/POSTS, 2006 .
Number. of Area
Commands

Number of
Divisions

2006
Number of
Police Stations

Number of
Police Posts

Total Number of
Village posts

ABIA

2

29

22

32

1

ADAMAWA

3

24

65

102

199

ANAMBRA

3

32

41

na

na

AKWA IBOM

3

34

52

43

132

BAUCHI

3

24

38

99

55

BAYELSA

3

10

19

30

61

BENUE

3

28

37

137

204

BORNO

3

37

42

100

179

CROSS RIVERS

2

23

55

23

103

DELTA

3

33

67

na

100

EBONYI

3

13

29

10

69

EDO

3

29

31

43

151

EKITI

3

20

21

50

79

ENUGU

3

23

6

54

na

GOMBE

3

29

34

74

129

IMO

3

30

63

38

138

JIGAWA

3

27

27

120

179

KADUNA

3

36

59

105

202

KANO

3

67

17

104

45

KATSINA

3

na

38

103

3

KEBBI

3

24

9

133

na

KOGI

5

32

123

79

137

KWARA

3

46

7

85

141

LAGOS

8

na

128

78

298

NASSARAWA

3

17

39

115

171

NIGER

4

36

60

118

45

OGUN

5

31

25

65

10

ONDO

3

31

36

26

93

OSUN

3

33

47

47

130

OYO

4

47

50

32

170

PLATEAU

2

25

101

174

256

RIVERS

3

38

34

63

103

SOKOTO

2

26

3

44

75

TARABA

3

17

71

123

33

YOBE

3

18

19

70

20

ZAMFARA

3

36

35

62

136

F CT

3

16

11

44

7

RAILWAY

5

9

30

na

44

PAP

2

7

7

4

20

AIRPORT

1

3

na

2

6

126

1,040

1,598

2,631

3,924

TOTAL

Source Nigeria Police Force, Hqtrs, Abuja.
Note: na=Not avalaible.

263

TABLE 6.17: cont.
STATES

AREA COMMANDS/DIVISIONS/STATIONS/P/POSTS, 2007.
Number. of Area
Commands

Number of
Divisions

Number of
Police Stations

Number of
Police Posts

Total Number of
Village posts

ABIA

2

29

22

32

1

ADAMAWA

3

24

65

102

199

ANAMBRA

3

32

41

na

na

AKWA IBOM

3

34

52

43

132

BAUCHI

3

24

38

99

55

BAYELSA

3

28

37

137

204

BENUE

3

10

19

33

61

BORNO

3

37

42

100

179

CROSS RIVERS

2

23

65

23

103

DELTA

3

33

67

na

100

EBONYI

3

13

29

10

69

EDO

3

29

31

43

151

EKITI

3

20

6

54

na

ENUGU

3

23

21

50

79

GOMBE

3

29

34

74

129

IMO

3

30

63

38

134

JIGAWA

3

27

27

120

179

KADUNA

3

36

59

105

202

KANO

3

67

17

104

45

KATSINA

3

na

38

103

3

KEBBI

3

24

9

133

na

KOGI

5

32

123

79

137

KWARA

3

46

7

85

141

LAGOS

8

na

128

78

298

NASSARAWA

4

36

60

118

45

NIGER

3

17

39

115

171

OGUN

5

31

25

65

10

ONDO

3

31

36

26

93

OSUN

4

47

50

32

170

OYO

3

33

47

47

130

PLATEAU

2

25

101

174

256

RIVERS

3

38

34

63

103

SOKOTO

2

26

3

44

75

TARABA

3

17

71

123

33

YOBE

3

18

19

70

20

ZAMFARA

3

36

35

62

136

F CT

3

16

11

44

7

RAILWAY

5

9

30

na

44

PAP

2

7

7

4

20

AIRPORT

1

3

na

2

6

126

1,040

1,608

2,634

3,920

TOTAL

Source Nigeria Police Force, Hqtrs, Abuja.
Note: na=Not avalaible.

264

FIGURE 6.1 AREA COMMANDERS/DIVISIONS/STATIONS/POSTS-2007

4,500
4,000
3,500
3,000
2,500
2,000
1,500
1,000
500
0

AREA COMMANDS/DIVSIONS/STATIONS/POSTS‐2007

Number.  Number of  Number of  Number of  Total 
of Area  Divisions
Police 
Police  Number of 
Commands
Stations
Posts
Village 
posts
2007

265

AREA 
COMMANDS/DIVSIO
NS/STATIONS/POSTS
‐2007

TABLE6.18:

NUMBER OF POLICEMEN BY STATE AND RANK, 2006 AND 2007
2006

STATE

ABIA
ADAMAWA
ANAMBRA
AKWA IBOM
BAUCHI
BAYELSA
BENUE
BORNO
CROSS RIVER
DELTA
EBONYI
EDO
ENUGU
EKITI
GOMBE
IMO
JIGAWA
KADUNA
KANO
KATSINA
KEBBI
KOGI
KWARA
LAGOS
NIGER
NASSARAWA
OGUN
ONDO
OSUN
OYO
PLATEAU
RIVERS

SENIOR
POLICE
OFFICERS

INSPECT
ORS

2007
RANK &
FILES

TOTAL

SENIOR
POLICE
OFFICERS

INSPECT
ORS

RANK &
FILES

TOTAL

508

470

3,306

4,284

527

589

4,262

5,348

363

561

4,702

5,626

283

480

4950

5713

877

885

5,281

7,043

535

671

6222

7428

436

652

4,854

5,942

447

652

5281

6380

242

438

5,019

5,699

249

438

5039

5726

265

317

2,592

3,174

244

250

240

734

666

1,239

5,020

6,925

493

1,245

4960

6698

554

384

5,307

6,245

283

395

5629

6307

342

848

8,472

9,662

467

663

7634

8764

652

765

7,555

8,972

662

759

7575

8996

328

292

4,707

5,327

316

265

1688

2269

559

965

5,919

7,443

564

960

6020

7544

533

746

4,063

5,342

394

5,421

3124

4060

213

219

3,694

4,126

223

226

3839

4288

249

140

1,059

1,448

255

210

4144

4609

578

831

5,643

7,052

447

611

3717

4775

171

281

3,277

3,729

134

184

4516

4834

540

865

9,991

11,396

640

866

9991

11397

507

473

4,791

5,771

571

496

4846

5853

219

285

5,742

6,246

206

328

5528

6062

148

285

4,093

4,526

150

301

234

282

9,632

10,148

222

476

3553

4251

253

294

4,239

4,786

305

386

4821

5512

1,800

1,848

19,289

22,937

1,977

1,280

12677

15934

490

550

9,837

10,877

492

532

9847

10871

291

640

6,218

7,149

342

598

6255

7195

544

762

6,260

7,566

655

711

7619

8985

409

517

6,150

7,076

429

508

6375

7312

252

240

5,408

5,900

318

223

9016

9557

630

834

8,991

10,455

628

824

5535

6987

404

823

6,930

8,157

408

727

6984

8119

1,203

1,923

5,923

9,049

807

1,109

8991

10907

266

4184

4636

SOKOTO
TARABA
YOBE
ZAMFARA
F CT
PMF
FHQ
ZONE
TOTAL

189

278

4,968

5,435

192

275

4187

4654

329

504

4,203

5,036

306

525

4223

5054

166

358

6,196

6,720

186

234

4165

4585

142

115

4,731

4,988

140

119

3634

4193

474

729

12,089

13,292

529

770

10761

12060

821

2,334

31,730

34,885

815

4,027

27129

31971

1,502

822

10,111

12,435

2,284

2,205

14242

18731

1,033

1,492

4,478

7,003

1,810

1,533

6841

10184

19,608

26,816

269,164

315,588

611,568

1,196,320

Source : Nigeria Police Force, HQTS, Abuja.

267

2,123,476

3,931,364

TABLE 6.19:

DISTRIBUTION OF DISASTERS IN NIGERIA BY STATE, 2003-2007

STATE

2003

2005

2006

2007

Abia

2

na

na

4

Adamawa

2

na

1

1

Akwa Ibom

2

2

na

na

Anambra

1

5

na

5

Bauchi

3

1

2

Bayelsa

2

1

na

2

Benue

1

1

na

na

Borno

1

na

3

2

Cross River

2

2

na

2

Delta

2

na

na

3

6

na

3

na

na

Ebonyi
Edo

1

1

Ekiti

2

na

1

3

3

na

3

Enugu
Gombe

4

4

na

2

Imo

2

2

na

2

Jigawa

2

2

1

2

Kaduna

3

1

5

5

1

na

1

Kano
Katsina

1

2

1

7

Kebbi

2

1

1

1

Kogi

2

2

6

na

Kwara

2

2

Lagos

1

na

4

2

1

na

1

Nassarawa

3

Niger

2

1

3

4

Ogun

na

3

2

6

Ondo

na

3

na

3

Osun

Na

4

na

3

Oyo

Na

2

na

5

Plateau

na

na

1

4

Rivers

2

na

na

2

Sokoto

na

1

1

1

Taraba

1

2

3

2

na

na

na

1

2

2

1

na

FCT

na

na

na

1

NIGERIA

47

57

35

88

Yobe
Zamfara

Source: National Emergency Management Agency, Abuja.
Note: Data not available for 2004.

268

CHAPTER SEVEN
POPULATION
Table 7.4 Shows Statistics of Birth and Deaths Registration by Gender from 2001-2007.
In 2001, while there was a total of 978,161 births, there were a total of 17,432 deaths. In both
phenomenons, there were more males than females.
The figures have been fluctuating across the years such that in 2005, the total birth dropped to 627,
636, while death equally dropped to 7,350. Majority of people in each category were also males.
There was a high increase in birth, from 882,738 in 2006 to 3,395,924 in 2007. While the total
number of death for that year was 52,323. There were more males than females in each category of
events.
Table 7.5: Shows the Distribution Of Disability by Type, Sex And State.
The commonest disability in 2006 was blindness (1,476,077). The males (778,429) folk outnumbered
the females (697,658). The State with the highest population was Kano State (116,691). In this State,
the population of male blind people was 116,691 while that of females was 19,429. Although, there
were several other disabilities, blindness was most prominent. The disability with the lowest
population was dumbness (368,060). They were mostly males (192,411) as in the previous, while the
females accounted for 175,649. Lagos State (26,228) was the worst hit. The males’ category accounted
for 13,786, while the females were 12,442.
Table 7.6: Shows the Population Distribution by Age Group and Sex.
In 2006, the total population was 140,431,750. The males were 71,345,488, while the females were
69,086,302. The age group with the highest population was age group 70-74 with 56% for male and
44% for female. Age groups 45-49, 50-54, 60-64, 75-79, 85+ had equal population. For both male and
female and at the same time were second to the highest.
The age group with the least population was age group 25-29, while their males were 45%, and their
females were 55%.
Table 7.7: Shows the Distribution of Registered Deaths by Year and State.
In 2003, there was an official registration of 11,903 deaths. Lagos State (2,233) had the highest
followed by Plateau State (1,259). In 2004, there were 11,545 deaths that were officially registered in
Lagos (1,552). In 2005, the number of officially registered death went down to 7,354. Ogun State
(1,169) topped other States. In 2006, the figure went up again to 13,178 with Ogun State (1,411)
recording the highest number. In 2007, the number further increased to 23,882. Anambra State (2,317)
had the highest followed by Katsina (1,598) and Ogun (1,322).
Table 7.10 Shows the Distribution of Registered Births By Sector in 2007.
In this year, there were a total of 1,218,877 births registered in the urban, while the rural had 588,148
altogether making a total of 1,807,025. Lagos State (210,161) had the highest registration for both
urban (171,896) and rural (38,265). The least registration was in Taraba State (20,485) with 14,063 in
the urban and 6,422 in the rural.

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TABLE 7.1a: 2006 FINAL POPULATION OF NIGERIA BY STATE AND SEX

STATE

Male

%

Female

%

Total

Abia

1,430298

1,415,082

2,845,380

Adamawa

1,607,270

1,571,680

3,178,950

Akwa Ibom

1,983,202

1,918,849

3,902,051

Anambra

2,117,984

2,059,844

4,177,828

Bauchi

2,369,266

2,283,800

4,653,066

874,083

830,432

1,704,515

Benue

2,144,043

2,109,598

4,253,641

Borno

2,163,358

2,007,746

4,171,104

Cross River

1,471,967

1,421,021

2,892,988

Delta

2,069,309

2,043,136

4,112,445

Ebonyi

1,064,156

1,112,791

2,176,947

Edo

1,633,946

1,599,420

3,233,366

Ekiti

1,215,487

1,183,470

2,398,957

Enugu

1,596,042

1,671,795

3,267,837

Gombe

1,244,228

1,120,812

2,365,040

Imo

1,976,471

1,951,092

3,927,563

Jigawa

2,198,076

2,162,926

4,361,002

Kaduna

3,090,438

3,023,065

6,113,503

Kano

4,947,952

4,453,336

9,401,288

Katsina

2,948,279

2,853,305

5,801,584

Kebbi

1,631,629

1,624,912

3,256,541

Kogi

1,672,903

1,641,140

3,314,043

Kwara

1,193,783

1,171,570

2,365,353

Lagos

4,719,125

4,394,480

9,113,605

943,801

925,576

1,869,377

Niger

2,004,350

1,950,422

3,954,772

Ogun

1,864,907

1,886,233

3,751,140

Ondo

1,745,057

1,715,820

3,460,877

Osun

1,734,149

1,682,810

3,416,959

Oyo

2,802,432

2,778,462

5,580,894

Plateau

1,598,998

1,607,533

3,206,531

Rivers

2,673,026

2,525,690

5,198,716

Sokoto

1,863,713

1,838,963

3,702,676

Taraba

1,171,931

1,122,869

2,294,800

Yobe

1,205,034

1,116,305

2,321,339

ZAMFARA

1,641,623

1,637,250

3,278,873

FCT Abuja

733,172

673,067

1,406,239

71,345,488

69,086,302

140,431,790

Bayelsa

Nassarawa

NIGERIA

Source: National Population Commission, Abuja.

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%

TABLE 7.1b:

 
AGE GROUPS 

POPULATION DISTRIBUTION BY AGE GROUP, AND SEX , NATIONAL ,2006.

 
Population 

Sex 
Male

% Distribution 
Female

Male

Female 

0 – 4 
5 ‐9 

22,594,967 
20,005,380 

11,569,218
10,388,611

11,025,749
9,616,769

51 
52 

49 
48 

10 ‐14 

16,135,950 

8,504,319

7,631,631

53

47 

15 – 19 

14,899,419 

7,536,532

7,362,887

51 

49 

20 ‐24 

13,435,079 

6,237,549

7,197,530

46 

54 

25 – 29 

12,211,426 

5,534,458

6,676,968

45 

55 

30 – 34 

9,467,538 

4,505,186

4,962,352

48

52 

35 – 39 

7,331,755 

3,661,133

3,670,622

50 

50 

40 – 44 

6,456,470 

3,395,489

3,060,981

53 

47 

45 – 49 

4,591,293 

2,561,526

2,029,767

56 

44 

50 – 54 

4,249,219 

2,363,937

1,885,282

56 

44 

55 – 59 
60 – 64 

2,066,247 
2,450,286 

1,189,770
1,363,219

876,477
1,087,067

58 
56

42 
44 

65 – 69 
70 – 74 

1,151,048 
1,330,597 

628,436
765,988

522,612
564,609

55
58 

45 
42 

75 – 79 
80 – 84 

579,838 
760,053 

327,416
408,680

252,422
351,373

56 
54

44 
46 

85+ 

715,225 

404,021

311,204

56

44 

Total 

140,431,790 

71,345,488

69,086,302

51 

49 

Source;      National Population Commission,Abuja. 

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TABLE 7.2a:

LOCAL GOVERNMENT
AREA
Aba North
Aba South
Arochukwu
Bende

2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: ABIA

Female

Total

53,016

53,828

106,844

220,541

206,880

427,421

85,695

83,644

169,339

95,675

96,946

192,621

Ikwuano

70,509

67,388

137,897

Isiala-Ngwa North

76,261

77,822

154,083

IIsiala-Ngwa South

67,205

69,445

136,650

Isiukwuato

56,660

59,134

115,794

Obi Ngwa

89,593

92,301

181,894

Ohafia

124,416

121,571

245,987

Osisioma Ngwa

110,790

109,872

220,662

Ugwunagbo

42,801

42,570

85,371

Ukwa East

29,410

28,729

58,139

Ukwa West

44,149

43,218

87,367

Umuahia North

112,595

110,539

223,134

Umuahia South

68,950

70,108

139,058

Umu-Neochi
Total

Male

82,032

81,087

163,119

1,430,298

1,415,082

2,845,380

Source: National Population Commission, Abuja.

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

LOCAL GOVERNMENT
Male
AREA
Demsa
89,511
Fufore
105,626
Ganye
85,798
Girei
66,906
Gombi
74,399
Guyuk
89,440
Hong
83,736
Jada
82,882
Lamurde
56,495
Madagali
67,134
Maiha
55,622
Mayo-belwa
75,399
Michika
75,036
Mubi North
78,059
Mubi Sough
66,553
Numan
47,512
Shellng
75,143
Song
97,228
Toungo
26,598
Yola North
108,379
Yola South
99,814
Total
1,607,270
Source: National Population Commission, Abuja.

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Female

Total

88,896
103,834
84,150
62,949
73,388
87,065
85,447
85,563
54,759
68,008
54,553
77,404
80,202
73,456
63,403
44,037
73,347
97,960
25,581
91,295
96,383
1,571,680

178,407
209,460
169,948
129,855
147,787
176,505
169,183
168,445
111,254
135,142
110,175
152,803
155,238
151,515
129,956
91,549
148,490
195,188
52,179
199,674
196,197
3,178,950

TABLE 7.2c:

2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: AKWA IBOM

.

LOCAL GOVERNMENT
AREA
Abak

Male

Female

Total

70,305

68,764

139,069

Eastern Obolo

30,229

29,741

59,970

Eket

89,006

83,850

172,856

Esit-Eket

32,189

31,169

63,358

Essien Udim

97,888

95,369

193,257

Etim Ekpo

53,514

52,408

105,922

Etinan

85,760

83,164

168,924

Ibeno

40,006

34,834

74,840

Ibesikpo Asutan

69,681

67,446

137,127

Ibiono Ibom

96,106

92,499

188,605

Ika

36,996

35,776

72,772

Ikono

66,080

65,593

131,673

Ikot Abasi

67,806

64,802

132,608

Ikot Ekpene

71,738

69,670

141,408

Ini

50,108

48,976

99,084

Itu

65,410

62,446

127,856

Mbo

52,351

49,822

102,173

Mkpata Enin

89,283

88,010

177,293

Nsit Atai
Nsit Ibom
Nsit Ubium

37,186
55,197
64,674

36,209
52,898
62,409

73,395
108,095
127,083

Obot Akara

74,392

72,894

147,286

Okobo

52,395

50,358

102,753

Onna
Oron
Oruk Anam

61,413
44,545
86,863

61,780
42,664
84,976

123,193
87,209
171,839

Udung Uko

27,613

25,447

53,060

Ukanafun

63,308

62,165

125,473

Uruan

59,254

57,915

117,169

Urue-offong/Oruko

36,208

34,532

70,740

Uyo

155,698

150,263

305,961

1,983,202

1,918,849

3902,051

Total

Source: National Population Commission, Abuja.

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TABLE 7.2d: 2006 FINAL POPULATION BY STATE AND LGA: ANAMBRA
LOCAL GOVERNMENT
AREA

Male

Female

Total

Aguata

187,262

182,710

369,972

Anambra East

77,539

74,610

152,149

Anambra West

85,833

81,470

167,303

Anaoch