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Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 4:35am On May 25, 2010
FL Gators:

A leader . . . .that does what?

You just explained to me that the title is noting but its name.

That speaks on their behalf to host community. For e.g., the millions of Igbo living in Lagos cannot all troupe to Alausa to see the gov all at once, should the need arise. For that they need representatives, whom they themselves have elected/appointed. Same for the thousands of Yoruba in Abia.
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 4:20am On May 25, 2010
Most peoples from the same environment who live outside of their natural homes will congregate, and to do so effectively, they need a leader. This is a common sociology principle.
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 4:18am On May 25, 2010
SEFAGO:

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LOL, I am not interested in environmental science, no money in that grin. The future is in biotechnology. I do know several databases though so I dont get your point.



Hm! you keep showing limited knowledge of these things. Biotechnology is just a tool to solve problems including in health, environmental and agricultural sciences. I apply biotechnological tools every minute in my environmental research.
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 4:15am On May 25, 2010
SEFAGO:

trust me- I would search for you all the way to your social security number and post it online if I felt like it. You boast a lot, and I have a good memory so anything you say registers in my mind. I would just use a bit of deductive reasoning to determine what i need to know.

I dare you.
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 3:52am On May 25, 2010
FL Gators:

@topic
Like EzeUche said earlier, too many kingships/Igwe/Oba in Nigeria. Like Aloy said, everybody wants to be important and recognize. I say, we need to outgrow the stone age time.

Anywhoz, what does a monarch getz to do sef? Power?

Helps to give people a sense of themselves. Not always easy to live among people different than you, one way or the other. An average person wants to hobnob with people closest to him, language and culture wise. Even Americans in Nigeria congregate against other whites and vice versa. You only need to have worked in a foreign company in Nigeria to see how the different white people segregate. So they always need a father figure, sort of.
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 3:44am On May 25, 2010
Sefago, your knowledge of science publication database is indeed GROSSLY limited. PuBMED contains only a fraction of scientific papers. More of the health sciences and biology. Do you know where many of the biochemical, bioenvironmental, environmental/earth sciences and chemical journals can be found?
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 3:40am On May 25, 2010
FL Gators:

1. understandable.

2. You're paranoid. What have I gotta do with SEFAGO?
Lol okiez.  Thanks. And I have read science articles, thank you very much

Is not Sefago your little toy boy? undecided undecided
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 3:39am On May 25, 2010
SEFAGO:

Dont insult me, if i wanna find who you are, I would in a heartbeat. I respect your privacy a lot- I hate people who step the line usually.

You, who is dying to decode me? grin grin
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 3:36am On May 25, 2010
Ok enough of me. Lets talk about the topic. Are you guys seeing that the traffick across the Niger river is two way?
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 3:34am On May 25, 2010
FL Gators:

Dont you peeps have a journalist site where the reports and results are published?

If not, pardon my ignorance undecided
Oh shut up, what have you written? Doubt you've been inside a lab sef lol

I am the only Nigerian in my area of research and the journals I have published in certainly contain my real id. One chance to let you read my papers (and there are several of them) and pronto, you and Sefago will find me out. Hhahahah!
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 3:29am On May 25, 2010
FL Gators:

No, it doesnt. It however gives you the PRIVILEGED to do sth useful in the scientific world.

Jokes apart, I'm interested in reading one of your scientific journals, researches or work. You're brilliant, no doubt, let's see how you've used it outta NL.

That means letting you know the real mekus. How is that possible? undecided undecided
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 3:22am On May 25, 2010
FL Gators:

Somehow I believe you. . . . I mean, which kinda PhD holder has time to actually display ignorance about other tribes, while trying to "clear" the perceptions about his tribe outta NL. Lemme guess, you'll come back with a rigorous tribal comment.

I understand whatchu trying to do, the way you're doing it is questionable.

I do not remember displaying any ignorance about other tribes. My assertions are correct and often backed up with figures. Moreover, my PhD degree was not obtained in Nigerian ethnic studies.
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 3:13am On May 25, 2010
EzeUche:

Now this is an affront!!!  angry

We Aros do not take kindly to this insult! Yoruba go back to Yorubaland with that Oba nonsense. . .

wtf. Aro is only a small fraction of Abia. Besides you Aros have not paid reparation for slave trade. grin grin grin

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Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 3:05am On May 25, 2010
FL Gators:

Who are you lying to? Cant you just be one color?

Meku is actually okay with this? Yea right lmfao

You either overestimate or underestimate me. Which one is it? It will surprise you what sort I am made of outside of NL. But again, we live in a free world, so you can hold on to your perception.

I have a reason for highlighting these types of topic and I have made that abundantly clear here.
Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 2:49am On May 25, 2010
Aloy+Emeka:

Everybody in Nigeria is looking for some form of recognition. Oba Of Umuahia kwenu! grin grin

Nevertheless, they are very welcome. We are one country. As long as they do not ask for free land for mosque and free hajj allocation like those in Enugu grin grin
https://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-342910.0.html

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Politics / Re: Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 2:29am On May 25, 2010
So the traffick is both ways after all (as though we did not know already)
Yoruba Oba in okoroland
Eze ndigbo (now onyendu ndigbo) in ngbatiland.
We are getting there, slowly but steadily.

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Politics / Yoruba In Abia Appoint Monarch by mekuszyx: 2:27am On May 25, 2010
http://www.vanguardngr.com/2010/05/25/yoruba-in-abia-appoint-monarch/
Yoruba in Abia appoint monarch
Latest News May 25, 2010 Umuahia—Alhaji Adebayo Azeez, President of the Yoruba Forum, an umbrella body of Yoruba associations, said the forum is to appoint an Oba in Abia to cater for the interest of the Yoruba community in the state.

Azeez said in Umuahia, yesterday that the measure was necessary to enable various Yoruba groups in the state unite, their political affiliations and other differences notwithstanding.

He applauded the cordial relationship existing between the Yorubas and other ethinc groups in the state.

Azeez, who is the pioneer leader of the group, commended the process that led to his emergence as the leader of the body.

He said, however, that anyone who emerged as the new Oba would be someone influential, educated and philanthropic, to achieve the objectives and yearnings of the people.

He said the Yoruba were ready to partner with Abia State government in the task of ensuring peace and developing the state, noting that the Oba would be the rallying point of Yorubas in Abia.
“We are united in this cause of enthroning an Oba because since the creation of the state 19 years ago, this singular headship has eluded us,” he said.

He said the organisation would contribute to the growth and development of its host communities through conceptualisation and execution of projects.

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Politics / Re: Zenith Of Economic Sabotage. These People Are Same As The Thieving Politicians by mekuszyx: 1:38am On May 25, 2010
How do we (the so-called masses) blame our corrupt leaders when we do the exact same, if not worse, type of corruption?
Politics / Re: Zenith Of Economic Sabotage. These People Are Same As The Thieving Politicians by mekuszyx: 1:35am On May 25, 2010
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Politics / Zenith Of Economic Sabotage. These People Are Same As The Thieving Politicians by mekuszyx: 1:33am On May 25, 2010
'We printed fake dollars after falling victim to fraudsters'

AKINWALE ABORISADE


They had allegedly fallen prey to fraudsters. Years later, they decided to take to the illegal business of minting fake dollars for people. But the trio were apprehended by the police before they started the business, writes AKINWALE ABORISADE.


AT a glance, it is easy to conclude that the three men are respectable gentlemen. Their ages, gait and polite nature are good enough reasons to lure anyone into believing they are up to something good. And their discreet method of selling their business ideas to whoever comes their way was almost perfect to trap their victims into having a deal with them.

But Mother Luck ran against them sooner than later. The three Smart Alecs were caught while their ideas were still at gestation stage.

Kazeem Lateef, 39; Tunde Adeniji, 45; and Segun Adetunji, 58; aka Baba Ijesa, are suspected money doublers, who specialised in printing fake dollars. The three met in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, some years ago and have ever since related as close associates. A few months ago, they decided to operate the illegitimate business in order to keep body and soul together, and raise money with which they "could set up legal and profitable ventures."

The men said that they concluded that money doubling would be lucrative because it could easily attract many clients who might be yearning to get rich quick. Their thinking was that many Nigerians jostling to travel abroad in search of greener pastures are doing so for economic reasons. To this end, they thought that many would prefer a cheaper means of earning hard currencies without having to go through the strain of perfecting travel documents and toiling abroad in the chilly and hazy weather.

They decided to go about deceiving people that they could print the US dollar (currency) notes using a "newly-evolved local technology." To achieve their plan, the suspects opened an office in the Sango area of Ibadan and furnished it tastefully in order to meet the expectations of the unsuspecting clients. They printed some fake dollar notes having a close semblance to the US $100 notes. Also, they cut some pieces of wood into size of the dollar notes and wrapped them (the pieces of wood) with paper to look like bales of money.

They arranged them carefully so that they could easily deceive their clients with the fake bales of money. They took time to rehearse how they would talk like big men, how to interview their clients and the answers to give in case they were questioned. The rehearsal, according to them, is necessary in order to perfect their scheme.

The trio had decided to launch their business in the first week of May, but were arrested before they could do so. A team of police detectives from Sango Police Station, Ibadan, led by a female sergeant, Kemi Urie, arrested the three suspects in the early hours of May 1, 2010.

According to the police, some members of the public had informed them of some criminal activities going on in one of the office apartments in the building, which is situated close to the main gate of the Polytechnic of Ibadan. Security men were put on surveillance of the premises and later went in around 11 pm after obtaining a search warrant.

The suspects were dislodged from the premises and taken to the station for interrogation. They confessed that they opened their office to begin the money doubling business. But they said that they had not started operation and had not duped anybody as at the time of their arrest. According to them, they had taken their time to set up the business and put in place all necessary materials so that nobody could suspect that they were into production of fake dollars for the people.

Recovered from the office were 72 (pieces) of fake $100 denomination and two slices of wood carved in money shape. During interrogation, the suspects said that they were lured into the business because each of them had been duped by bands of fraudsters at one time or the other in the past.

Adetunji, popularly called Baba Ijesa or Pastor, is a native of Ilesa in Osun State. Baba Ijesa, a commercial bus driver, who allegedly owned three cars, which he used for transportation, said that he was duped by a group of 419ners. He said that the imposters had lied that they were going to introduce him to a business that could turn around his fortune.

He fell to their pranks and sold all his cars to raise money for the business. It was too late however before it dawned on him that he had been duped. "All efforts to track down the suspected fraudsters failed. I was ruined and became poor to the extent that I started living from hand to mouth," he told the police.

Lateef, a trained carpenter, said that he was recently duped of the sum of N120,000. Things became so bad for him thereafter since that was his life savings. As a result of this, he said that he could no longer think straight. He went borrowing and toiled in order to get back to his feet, but things went from bad to worse thereafter.

Lateef, a native of Ibadan, who said that he became a laughing stock to people in his neighbourhood as a result of his ordeal, met Pastor and Adeniji, his partners in crime, a long time ago. Having been interacting as friends for some time, they agreed to toe the illegal line of business for survival.

Adeniji, a native of Erio-Ekiti, Ekiti State, said that he was once duped and so decided to play a fast one on unsuspecting members of the public. According to the trio, their decision to venture into the illicit trade was as a result of greed. They said that they had fallen into the traps of fraudsters in the past as a result of their inordinate desire to be rich.

The Divisional Police Officer of Sango Police Station, Sybil Akinfenwa, said that investigations into their case showed that the men's conduct indicated that they were criminals. She said that the caretaker of the building where their office was located said that some people in the neighbourhood were suspicious of their moves. "But they told me that they wanted to use the office as warehouse for plastic products, which they planned to venture into," the caretaker said.

The Police Public Relations Officer, Ms. Olubisi Okuwobi, traced the men's attitude to the "get rich quick syndrome" by the people. She noted that many people had wrongfully attributed high value to money, saying, "Many are of the belief that human success is based on the amount of money that he has in his pocket. This should not be the case, but painfully the society has a wrong perception and that is why we now have people across ages struggling to be rich at all cost and through any available means."

In a related development, one Dayo Adejumo was on May 9 arrested by a team of police at Idi-Arere area of Ibadan, Oyo State for the illegal possession of fake naira notes. The police record shows that Adejumo, 20, had just been released after serving a one-and-a-half years jail term.

Recovered from him was fake N500 notes totalling N3,000. Following police investigation, other members of his gang, including 34-year-old Dauda Lawal, Bayo Lala, 19, and Tunde Oladimeji, 21, were also arrested. Found on them were other sets of N500 all adding up to N10,000.
Politics / Re: Who Ordered The Death Of Ken Saro Wiwa? by mekuszyx: 12:00am On May 25, 2010
Babaearly=Yoruba

Obj ordered the death of Ijaws in Odi, hence the Ijaws do not trust the Yorubas
Obj ordered the death of Tivs in Zaki Biam, hence the Tivs do not trust the Yorubas
Awo ordered the death of Igbos in 1966-1970, hence the Igbos do not trust the Yorubas
Oabsanjo denied the PDP zoning arangement, hence northerners do no trust Yorubas.

I hope all these sound good in the ears of ngbatiman babaearly?
Career / Re: Relocating Back To Nigeria (To Lecture In University) by mekuszyx: 9:50pm On May 24, 2010
I visit regularly to consult for some of the unis and research institutes, such as the Chevron Biotech centre in Uni-Yola, among others. If you want to earn good and still live well, do not apply to work in the Fed unis in Lagos, PH, Abuja, Calabar and even Owerri. Those are expensive places that may add little or no value to your life. This is under the assumption that all Fed unis pay the same irrespective of your location, so that you spend less, and are more secured in somewhat rural settings such as for e.g, Fed uni Nsukka, Ife, Ado Ekiti, Minna, Yola, than in crime-infested Lagos, Benin (Uni-Ben) (for e.g.). You may want to try Atiku's Uni in Yola, where teaching conditions are near-American style and so many foreign academics also. If you want to just earn a living, teach and not do much research (due to low institutional capacity to do so) you may want to apply in rural unis. That is where your impact might be felt more and you can rise faster due to less competition from the already saturated so-called big fed unis.
Politics / Re: Igbo States Are Lagging Behind In Development by mekuszyx: 9:05pm On May 24, 2010
Cohomology:

@mekuszyx,

Thank you for your solid defense of Igbo interests. Many of us admire your good works.



No worries, bro. We are here not only to defend the truth but to also puncture existing, albeit wrong, perceptions. Only a stu-pid Igbo person will come on here to say that Igbo states are developed. At the same time only an ignorant, uninformed or plain mischievious non-Igbo will claim that Igbo states are lagging behind other states in the little development Nigeria as a whole has  managed to make. Nairaland may be a site where many mediocres congregate, but some of us who log in here are equipped with all the information we need, togther with the intellect to analyse them, tribalism or any perception of it, notwithstanding.

There is no part of Nigeria devoid of bragging rights. If Igbos must be expected to be doing better because of some unfounded claims of superiority, then the entire Yoruba (and not just Lagos) should also be judged similarly because both groups are the master claimants and counter-claimants to superiority.  After all, Nigeria actually began in Yorubaland, with Lagos being where the colonialists administered it from. More so, the hausa/fulani who have laid claim to superior political skills and have actualized that by ruling Nigeria for the better part of its age. Yet they have ABSOLUTELY nothing to show for it.

I can say that about 50% of the developments in Igboland are individual or community-based, something you hardly find elsewhere, and that attribute alone sets Igbos apart from other Nigerians. The entire Fed allocation to the 5 Igbo states monthly is less than what Kano alone gets. FACT.

This is not to hold brief for our thieving governors, whom in any case, are just thieves amongst other governor thieves.

Cohomology:

Kobojunkie's main problem is that she's trying to turn a relative assertion into an absolute one.

You cannot assert that Igbo states are lagging behind and expect the discourse to end there. Lagging behind what states?

This could also be a case of grammatical confusion on Kobojunkie's part. The phrase "lagging behind" uses the verb "lag" in a transitive sense. So, for such an assertion to make any sense whatsoever, she must tell the reader the states that Igbo states are lagging behind, and also the development indices that show the lag (lag here has been used in an intransitive sense - see the difference?).


She (he) has just exposed her (his) warped state of mind.
Politics / Re: Igbo States Are Lagging Behind In Development by mekuszyx: 4:56pm On May 24, 2010
lelele:

@Mekusyz
Guy, the fact that a place has a resource means nothing, the question is do they have it in  a production-profitable quantity? The answer to that is no, most places in Nigeria don't have enough resource to make a wildcatter or prospector blink. However I do agree with some of your comments that present governors in the region are trying, and the region has suffered the most due to neglect by FG and past corrupt governors.

I posted those to counter Kobonjunkie whose sole aim was to prove that Igbo states have something that others do not have, and hence should have developed more. Contrary to his claims that Lagos has nothing, I have shown that Lagos has a lot of resources, like any other state. I am however, aware that raw materials on their own do not develop a state; people do, together with an ability to harness the raw materials.

Bottomline:
1. Every Nigerian region has the potential to grow
2. All Nigerian states are developing rather slowly
3. Igbo states are not the slowest in that development process
4. Igbo states lack federal presence, one of the reasons they lack good roads, bridges etc, especially those of the federal govt. The issue of the River Niger bridge and lack of fed airport are cases in point.
Politics / Re: Igbo States Are Lagging Behind In Development by mekuszyx: 4:42pm On May 24, 2010
EBONYI STATE



Mineral Raw Materials:
Lead/Zinc, Salt, Limestone, Ball Clay, Gypsum, Granite, Brine, Marble, Shale, Pyrite, Flourspar, Laterite, Bentonite, Quartz.

Agro Raw Materials:
Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Banana, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Plantain, Citrus, Cocoyam, Fishery, Vegetables, Cocoa, Groundnut, Okro, Pepper, Pear, Tomato, Pigeon Pea, Kolanut, Timber, Piggery, Poultry, Cashew, Yam, Castor Seed, Cowpea.

DISTRIBUTION OVER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS:

ABAKALIKI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Lead/Zinc, Brine, Limestone, Gypsum, Marble.

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seeds, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Fishery.

AFIKPO NORTH:

Minerals Raw Materials: Granite, Laterite, Limestone, Lead/Zinc, Salt, Marble.

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seed, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, fishery, Cowpea.

AFIKPO SOUTH:

Minerals Raw Materials: Limestone, Granite, Ball Clay, Laterite, Lead/Zinc.

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seeds, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Fishery, Cowpea.

EBONYI:

Minerals Raw Materials:

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seed, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Fishery, Cowpea.

EZZA NORTH:

Minerals Raw Materials:

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seeds, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Fishery, Cowpea, Citrus.

EZZA SOUTH:

Minerals Raw Materials:

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seeds, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Fishery, Cowpea.

IKWO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Lead/Zinc, Brine.

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seed, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Fishery, Cowpea.

ISHIELU:

Minerals Raw Materials: Limestone, Gypsum.

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seeds, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Fishery, Citrus, Cowpea. IVO:

Minerals Raw Materials: Granite, Lead/Zinc.

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Citrus, Kolanut, Castor Seed, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Fishery, Cowpea. IZZI:

Minerals Raw Materials: Leads/Zinc.

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seed, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Fishery, Citrus, Cowpea.

OHAOZARA:

Minerals Raw Materials: Ball Clay, Bentonite, Salt, Lead/Zinc, Gypsum, Limestone, Black Marble, Pyrite, Quartz, Fluorspar, Granite.

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seeds, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Fishery, Cowpea.

OHAUKWU:

Minerals Raw Materials:

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seeds, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Orange, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Cowpea.

ONICHA:

Minerals Raw Materials: Lead/Zinc, Granite, Gypsum, Shale, Salt, Pyrite, Fluorspar.

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Sweet Potato, Palm Produce, Mango, Cassava, Melon, Kolanut, Castor Seeds, Pigeon Pea, Mango, Timber, Piggery, Cashew, Poultry, Cocoyam, Fishery, Cowpea.
Politics / Re: Igbo States Are Lagging Behind In Development by mekuszyx: 4:40pm On May 24, 2010
ANAMBRA STATE



MINERAL RAW MATERIALS: Natural gas, Petroleum, Kaolin, Pyrite, Lignite.

AGRO RAW MATERIALS: Maize, Rice, Pigeon pea, Yam, Beans, Cassava, Melon, Palm produce, Poultry, Livestock, Sweet potato, Kolanut, Castor oil seed, Plantain, Banana, Mango, Citrus, Piggery, Potato, Fruits, Cocoyam, Rabbitery, Fishery.

DISTRIBUTION OVER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS:
AGUATA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Clay, Kaolin.
Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Piggery, Yam, Cassava, Poultry, Kola, Palm produce.

ANAMBRA EAST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Clay, Natural gas, Petroleum.
Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Potato, Rice, Yam, Pigeon Pea (Fio-fio), Fishery, Melon, Kolanuts, Maize, Fruits, Poultry, Piggery.
ANAMBRA WEST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Natural gas, Petroleum
Agro Raw Materials: Rice, Yam, Cassava, Maize, Melon, Castor oil seeds, Fruits, Poultry.
ANIOCHA:

Mineral Raw Materials:
Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Cocoyam, Maize, Rice, Pigeon pea (Fio-fio), Yam, Castor oil, Plantain, Banana, Poultry, Piggery.
AWKA NORTH:

Mineral Raw Materials:
Agro Raw Materials: Rice, Cassava, Cocoyam, Yam, Beans, Castor oil seeds, Fruits, Poultry, Piggery.
AWKA SOUTH:

Mineral Raw Materials:
Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Yam, Cocoyam, Rice, Maize, Pigeon Pea, Melon, Plantain, Banana, Citrus, Rabbitery.
AYAMELUM:

Mineral Raw Materials: clay, Kaolin
Agro Raw Materials: Rice, Yam, Cassava, Maize, Cocoyam, Melon, Fruits.
DUNUKOFIA:

Mineral Raw Materials:
Agro Raw Materials: Yam, Cassava, Cocoyam, Melon, Fruits, Pigeon Pea.

EKWUSIGO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Clay

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Cocoyam, Castor oil seeds.
IDEMILI NORTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Lignite
Agro Raw Materials: Maize Cassava, Cocoyam, Palm produce, Melon, Castor oil seeds, Plantain, Banana, Poultry.
IDEMILI SOUTH:

Mineral Raw Materials:
Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Cocoyam, Palm produce, Melon, Castor oil seeds, Plantain, Banana, Poultry.
IHIALA:

Mineral Raw Materials: kaolin, Clay
Agro Raw Materials: Palm produce, Cassava, Yam, Melon, Maize, Pigeon, Castor oil seeds, Plantain, Banana, Fruits.
NJIKOKA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Clay
Agro Raw Materials: Yam, Maize, Cassava, Melon, Palm produce, Plantain, Banana, Fruits, Cocoyam.
NNEWI NORTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Lignite
Agro Raw Materials: Yam, Palm produce, Cassava, Cocoyam, Maize, Melon, Fruits, Poultry.
NNEWI SOUTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Clay
Agro Raw Materials: Palm produce, Yam, Maize, Cassava, Fruits.
OGBARU:

Mineral Raw Materials: Natural gas, Petroleum
Agro Raw Materials: Rice, Yam, Cassava, Fishery, Castor oil seeds, Kolanut, Poultry.
ONITSHA NORTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Lignite, Pyrite.
Agro Raw Materials: Yam, Cassava, Fruits.
ONITSHA SOUTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Lignite, Pyrite.
Agro Raw Materials: Yam, Cassava, Fruits.
ORUMBA NORTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Laterite clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Rice, Palm produce, Cassava, Melon, Fruits, Plantain, Banana, Poultry, Fishery.
ORUMBA SOUTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Laterite clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Rice, Palm produce, Yam, Cassava, Maize, Cocoyam, Fruits, Poultry, Castor oil seeds.
OYI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Pyrite
Agro Raw Materials: Rice, Yam, Cassava, Maize, Potatoes, Fishery.
Politics / Re: Igbo States Are Lagging Behind In Development by mekuszyx: 4:39pm On May 24, 2010
ABIA STATE

MINERAL RAW MATERIALS:

Glass Sand, Limestone, Salt, Shale, Ball Clay, Lead/Zinc, Granite, Marble, Laterite Sand, Bentonitic Clay, Phosphate, Kaolin, Pyrite, Feldspar, Bentonite, Petroleum, Lignite, Gypsum, Clay.

AGRO RAW MATERIALS:

Cassava, Maize, Vegetable, Palm Produce, Livestock, Cashew, Rice, Okro, Rubber, Yam, Cocoyam, Cocoa, Citrus, Pineapple, Local Pear, Plantain, Banana, Bitter cola, Pawpaw, Timber, Mango, Melon, Gmelina Abora, Ginger, Bamboo, Raffia Palm,.

DISTRIBUTION OVER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS:

ABA NORTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Glass Sand.

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Vegetable, Maize , Plantain Banana, Palm Produce, Livestock, Bitter Cola.

ABA SOUTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Glass Sand

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Vegetable, Maize, Pawpaw, Palm Produce, Timber.

AROCHUKWU:

Mineral Raw Materials: Shale, Limestone, Bentonitic Clay, Laterite,

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Vegetable, Yam, Cocoyam, Palm Produce, Rubber, Maize, Rice .


BENDE :

Mineral Raw Materials: Clay, Bentonite , Shale, Salt, Limestone, Phosphate, Laterite,

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Yam, Cocoa, Cocoyam, Vegetable, Palm Produce, Rubber, Maize, Okra, Rice, Mango, Melon, Gmelina Abora.


IKWUANO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay, Bentonite , Kaolin, Phosphate.


Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Palm Produce, Maize, Vegetable, Cocoa, Ginger, Cocoyam, Melon.


ISIALA- NGWA NORTH :


Mineral Raw Materials: Glass Sand.

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Palm Produce, Vegetable, Yam, Pineapple, Plantain, Banana, Bamboo, Ginger, Cocoyam, Raffia Palm.


ISIALA- NGWA SOUTH :


Mineral Raw Materials: Glass Sand. Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Bamboo, Ginger, Palm Produce, Cassava, Plantain, Banana


ISUIKWUATO :

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay, Kaolin, Bentonite , Shale, Gypsum, Laterite.

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Vegetable, Palm Produce, Maize, Cashew, Citrus, Pineapple, Yam.


OBI NGWA :

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay, Bentonite , Kaolin, Phosphate.

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Ginger, Bamboo, Rafia Palm, Cassava, Palm Produce.


OHAFIA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Limestone, Shale, Marble .

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Palm Produce, Maize, Rubber, Vegetable, Citrus, Rice Melon.


OSISIOMA NGWA :

Mineral Raw Materials: Marble .

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Ginger, Palm- Produce.


NGWUNAGBO :

Mineral Raw Materials: Marble .

Agro Raw Materials: Palm Produce, Cassava, Ginger, Raffia Palm , Bamboo.


UKWA EAST :

Mineral Raw Materials: Glass Sand, Petroleum.

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Palm Produce , Maize , Vegetable, Ube (Local Pear), Plantain.


UKWA WEST :

Mineral Raw Materials: Glass Sand, Petroleum

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Palm Produce, Maize , Vegetable, Ube (Local Pear), Plantain.


UMUAHIA NORTH :

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Lignite, Ball Clay, Shale, Bentonite , Phosphate.

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, Ube (Local Pear).


UMUAHIA SOUTH :

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Bentonite Clay .

Agro Raw Materials: Palm Produce, Cassava, Bamboo, Raffia Palm, Timber.


UMU - NNEOCHI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Clay, Kaolin, Granite.

Agro Raw Materials: Cashew, Cassava, Citrus, Palm Produce, Ginger, Rice .
Politics / Re: Igbo States Are Lagging Behind In Development by mekuszyx: 4:37pm On May 24, 2010
EDO STATE

MINERAL RAW MATERIALS: Gold, Marble, Granite. Gypsum, Petroleum, Lignite, Limestone, Ceramic Clay, Kaolin, Dolomite Feldspar, Bentonite, Silica Sand.

AGRO RAW MATERIALS: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, Pineapple, Plantain, Rubber, Timber, Cotton, Rice, Groundnut, Tobacco, Cocoa, Sugar Cane, Pawpaw, Cocoyam, Tomatoes, Yam, Livestock, Cattle, Mango, Poultry, Citrus, Coconut, Piggery, Fishery.

DISTRIBUTION OVER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS:

AKOKO EDO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Gold, Marble, Granite, Kaolin, Limestone, Dolomite, Feldspar.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, Pineapple, Plantain, Rubber, Timber, Rice, Yam, Cashew, Mango, Sugarcane.

EGOR:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin.

Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Rice, Yam, Cassava, Palm Produce, Cocoyam, Plantain, Banana, Rubber, Timber, Pineapple, Citrus, Mango, Coconut, Pear, Raffia Palm, Sugarcane, Pawpaw.

ESAN CENTRAL:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, Citrus, Pineapple, Plantain, Rubber, Timber, Rice, Yam, Groundnut, Cocoa, Pawpaw.

ESAN NORTH - EAST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Bentonite, Kaolin.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, Pineapple, Plantain, Rubber, Timber, Rice, Groundnut, Tomatoes, Cocoyam, Yam, Cattle.

ESAN SOUTH- EAST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Bentonite, Kaolin.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Pineapple, Plantain, Groundnut, Yam, Livestock, Citrus, Rubber.

ESAN WEST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin.

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Maize, Pineapple, Plantain, Rubber, Rice, Groundnut, Cocoyam, Citrus, Tomatoes, Yam, Cocoa.

ETSAKO CENTRAL:

Mineral Raw Materials: Limestone, Kaolin, Gold.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Rice, Cassava, Maize, Plantain, Yam, Cashew, Fishery, Groundnut

ETSAKO EAST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Limestone, Feldspar, Ball Clay, Granite, Marble, Kaolin, Gold, Gypsum.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm produce, Pineapple, Plantain, Rubber, Groundnut, Timber, Tobacco, Rice, Yam, Cashew, Fishery.

ETSAKO WEST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Granite, Kaolin, Marble, Gypsum, Limestone.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, Pineapple, Plantain, Rubber, Timber, Sugar cane, Cocoa, Rice, Yam,Citrus, Cashew.

IGUEGBEN:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin.

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Maize, Pineapple, Plantain, Rubber, Rice, Groundnut, Tomatoes, Citrus, Palm Produce, Banana, Yam, Cocoa.

IKPOBA OKHA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Ball Clay.

Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Sugarcane, Raffia Palm, Timber, Maize, Rubber, Palm Produce, Rice, Yam, Coco yam, Plantain, Banana.

ORHIONMWON:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Ball Clay.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, Pineapple, Plantain, Rubber, Timber, Sugar cane, Oil Palm, Coconut.

OVIA NORTH- EAST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Ball Clay.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, Pineapple, Plantain, Rubber, Timber, Yam, Fishery, Coconut.

OVIA SOUTH WEST :

Mineral Raw Materials: Silica Sand, Kaolin.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, Pineapple, Plantain, Citrus, Rubber, Timber, Yam, Fishery, Coconut, Cocoa, Mango, Poultry, Piggery.

OWAN EAST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Marble, Kaolin, Limestone, Granite.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, groundnut, Pineapple, Plantain, Citrus, Rubber, Timber, Rice, Yam,.

OWAN WEST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Marble, Lignite, Limestone, Ball Clay, Gypsum, Kaolin, Granite.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, Pineapple, Plantain, Cocoa, Rubber, Timber, Rice, Yam, Citrus.

UHUNMWONDE :

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin.

Agro Raw Materials: Banana, Cassava, Maize, Palm Produce, Pineapple, Plantain, Mango, Citrus, Cocoa, Rubber, Timber, Rice, Yam
Politics / Re: Igbo States Are Lagging Behind In Development by mekuszyx: 4:36pm On May 24, 2010
KANO STATE



MINERAL RAW MATERIALS: Ball Clay, Laterite, Cassiterite, Columbite, Ilmenite, Galena, Kaolin, Gemstone, Silica Sand, Tin Ore, Maonazite, Wolframite, Thorium, Granite, Rhyolite, (Beryl Amethyst), Gold, Lead/Zinc Ore, Copper Ore, Glass Sand.
AGRO RAW MATERIALS: Sorghum, Millet, Beniseed, Kenaf, Cassava, Groundnut, Cowpea, Wheat, Livestock, Poultry, Pepper, Fruits, Vegetables, Garlic, Cotton, Sheanut, Rice, Sunflower, Onion, Soyabean, Maize, Sugarcane, Guava.
DISTRIBUTION OVER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS:
AJINGI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay
Agro Raw Materials: Groundnut, Beniseed, Cassava, Okro, Pepper, Livestock, Poultry,
ALBASU:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Beniseed, Cassava, Groundnut, Pepper, Baobab, Mango, Kenaf, Sheanut, Livestock, Poultry.
BAGWAI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Cassiterite, Columbite.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Wheat, Groundnut, Pepper, Fruits, Tomatoes, Garden Eggs, Cowpea, Livestock, Poultry.
BEBEJI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Granite, Ball Clay, Ilmenite, Lead-Zinc Ore.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Wheat, Millet, Groundnut, Rice, Maize, Pepper, Cowpea, Cassava, Onion, Tomatoes, Kenaf, Sheanut, Livestock, Poultry.
BICHI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Monazite, Kaolin.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Wheat, Millet, Cotton, Groundnut, Vegetables, Guava, Mango, Cowpea, Livestock, Poultry.
BUNKURE:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin.
Agro Raw Materials: Sweet Potatoes, Cocoyam, Cassava, Mango, Locust Bean, Sorghum, Wheat, Sugarcane, Millet, Rice, Sunflower, Sheanut, Tomatoes, Pepper, Fruits, Vegetables, Onion, Livestock, Fisheries.
DALA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Gemstone, Laterite.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Cow Pea, Groundnut, Fisheries, Tomatoes, Pepper, Lettuce, Garden Egg, Livestock, Poultry.
DAMBATTA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Silica Sand, Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Groundnut, Cassava, Cocoyam, Fisheries, Tomatoes, Locust Beans, Onion, Baobab, Kenaf, Sheanut.
DAWAKIN-KUDU:
Mineral Raw Materials: Granite.
Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Sorghum, Millet, Groundnut, Cassava, Rice, Wheat, locust Beans, Fruits, Cowpea, Sugarcane, Pepper, Vegetables, Livestock, Poultry.
DAWAKIN-TOFA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay, Kaolin.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Cowpea, Groundnut, Pepper, Tomatoes, Fruits, Vegetables, Onion, Livestock, Poultry.
DOGUWA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Tin Ore, Columbite, Ilmenite, Wolframite, Thorium, Granite, Gemstones.
Agro Raw Materials: Pepper, Fruits, Vegetables, Onions, Livestock, Poultry, Fisheries.
FAGGE:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Groundnut, Cassava, Lettuce, Pepper, Tomatoes, Fruits, Onion, Livestock, Poultry.
GABASAWA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Cowpea, Groundnut, Pepper, Tomatoes, Baobab Tree, Kenaf, Locust Bean, Sheanut, Livestock, Poultry.
GARKO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Sorghum, Rice, wheat, Groundnut, Cow Pea, Bambara Nut, Sweet Potato, Mango, Onion, Tomatoes, Livestock, Poultry.
GARUN-MALAM:

Mineral Raw Materials: Granite, Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Sorghum, Rice, Wheat, Groundnut, Cocoyam, Sweet Potato, Cassava, Mango, Cashew, Guava, Pepper, Tomatoes, Onions, Garlic, Sugarcane, Livestock, Poultry.
GAYA:

Mineral raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Maize, Groundnut, Cowpea, Sweet Potato, Cassava, Cocoyam, Pepper, Onion, Tomatoes, Mango, Baobab Trees, Sugarcane, Sheanut, Kenaf, Locust Bean, Livestock, Fisheries, Poultry. GEZAWA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay, Gemstone, Silica Sand.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Groundnut, Cow Pea, Pepper, Tomatoes, Onion, Lemon, Baobab Tree. Kenaf, Locust Bean, Sheanut, Livestock, Poultry.
GWALE:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Sorghum, Maize, Cowpea, Pepper, Cassava, Mango, Tomatoes, Lettuce, Livestock, Poultry.
GWARZO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Granite, Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Maize, Groundnut, Cow Pea, Pepper, Cassava, Potato, Cocoyam, Onion, Cotton, Sugarcane, Livestock, Poultry.
KABO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Maize, Millet, Cow Pea, Sweet Potato, Cocoyam, Cassava, Onion, Groundnut, Cotton, Livestock, Poultry.
KARAYE:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay, Granite.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Maize, Cocoyam, Sweet Potato, Millet, Cassava, Groundnut, Cow Pea, Pepper, Sugarcane, Onion, Cotton, Livestock, Poultry.
KURA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Granite, Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Maize, Millet, Groundnut, Wheat, Cow Pea, Tomatoes, Pepper, Fruits, Vegetable, Livestock, Cassava, Rice, Bambara Nut.
KUMBOTSO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Maize, Millet, Rice, Wheat, Groundnut, Cowpea, Pepper, Fruits, Vegetable, Onions, Livestock, Poultry.
KIRU:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Rice, Groundnut, Cow Pea, Cassava, Pepper, Onion, Tomatoes, Kenaf, Sheanut, Livestock, Poultry.
KIBIYA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Sorghum, Rice, Wheat, Groundnut, Cocoyam, Sweet Potato, Cassava, Mango, Cashew, Guava, Pepper, Onion, Tomatoes, Garlic, Livestock, Poultry.
KUNCHI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Sorghum, Rice, Wheat, Groundnut, Cowpea, Bambara Nut, Cassava, Cotton, Sheanut, Livestock, Poultry.
MAKODA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Silica Sand, Ball Clay, Granite.
Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Millet, Sorghum, Rice, Cowpea, Cassava, Okro, Pepper, Livestock, Poultry.
MADOBI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Sorghum, Groundnut, Cowpea, Onion, Kenaf, Cassava, Cocoyam, Pepper, Tomatoes, Sheanut, Livestock, Poultry.
MINJIBIR:

Mineral Raw Materials: Granite, Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Sorghum, Groundnut, Cowpea, Pepper, Kenaf, Fruits, Vegetables, Sheanut, Onion, Livestock, Poultry.
KANO MUNICIPAL:

Mineral Raw Materials:
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Sorghum, Groundnut, Tomatoes, Onion, Pepper, Livestock, Poultry.
NASSARAWA:

Mineral Raw Materials:
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Sorghum, Maize, Groundnut, Cowpea, Cassava, Cocoyam, Livestock, Poultry.
RANO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Granite, Gemstone.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Sorghum, Maize, Groundnut, Cowpea, Sugarcane, Onion, Livestock, Poultry.
ROGO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Agro Raw Materials: Maize, Sorghum, Millet, Rice, Cowpea, Cassava, Sweet Potato, Cocoyam, Onion, Pepper, Livestock, Poultry.
RIMIN GADO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Maize, Groundnut, Cow Pea, Tomatoes, Pepper, Lettuce, Kenaf, Livestock, Poultry.
SHANONO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay, Kaolin, Granite.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Maize, Groundnut, Cotton, Livestock, Poultry.
SUMAILA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Gold, Granite.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Maize, Groundnut, Sweet Potato, Cassava, Cocoyam, Livestock, Poultry.
TAKAI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Maize, Groundnut, Pepper, Sweet Potato, Cocoyam, Cassava, Sheanut, Locust Bean, Onion, Livestock, Poultry.
TARAUNI:

Mineral Raw Materials:
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Sorghum, Rice, Groundnut, Cassava, Cabbage, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Livestock, Poultry.
TOFA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay, Laterite.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Cow Pea, Groundnut, Pepper, Fruits, Vegetables, Livestock, Poultry.
TSANYAWA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Groundnut, Cowpea, Guava, Onion, Pepper, Livestock, Poultry.
TUDUN – WADA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Lead – Zinc Ore, Granite, Clay, Gemstone.
Agro Raw Materials: Sweet Potato, Irish Potato, Cassava, Cocoyam, Cotton, Mango, Sheanut, Cow Pea, Sorghum, Maize, Millet, Pepper, Tomatoes, Livestock, Poultry.
UNGOGO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Maize, Groundnut, Cowpea, Tomatoes, Pepper, Onion, Livestock, Poultry, Kenaf, Sheanut.
WARAWA:

Mineral Raw Materials:
Agro Raw Materials: Sorghum, Millet, Kenaf, Groundnut, Sweet Potato, Mango, Tomatoes, Sheanut, Livestock, Poultry.
WUDIL:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay,
Agro Raw Materials: Sugarcane, Sweet Potato, Cassava, Cocoyam, Sheanut, Locust Bean, Soyabean, Maize, Wheat, Sorghum, Millet, Rice, Groundnut, Cow pea, Kenaf, Livestock, Poultry.
Politics / Re: Igbo States Are Lagging Behind In Development by mekuszyx: 4:34pm On May 24, 2010
SOKOTO STATE



MINERAL RAW MATERIALS:
Silica Sand Ball Clay, Salt, Limestone, Phosphate, Gypsum, Kaolin, Laterite, Potash, Granite.
AGRO RAW MATERIALS: Sugar Cane, Millet, Tomatoes, Livestock, Hides & Skin, Spices, Vegetables, Cow pea, Locust Beans, Bagaruwa (Acacia Nilotica), Kenaf, Wheat, Maize, Sweet Potatoes, Onion, Pepper, Rice, Fish, Groundnut, Beans, Gum Arabic, Carrot, Garlic, Fisheries, Tobacco, Guinea Corn, Mango, Garden Egg, Cabbage, Okro.
DISTRIBUTION OVER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS: BINJI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Silica Sand, Ball Clay, Salt.
Agro Raw Materials: Sugar Cane, Millet, Tomatoes, Livestock, Hides & Skin, Spices
BODINGA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Limestone, Phosphate, Gypsum.
Agro Raw Materials: Onion, Tomatoes, Millet, Cowpea, Maize, Livestock, Hides & Skin, Spices, Vegetables.
DANGE - SHUNI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Phosphate, Gypsum, Limestone, Kaolin.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Cowpea, Locust Beans, Bagaruwa (Acacia Nilotica), Kenaf, Hides & Skin, Livestock, Vegetable.
GADA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Gypsum, Ball Clay, Phosphate.
Agro Raw Materials: Wheat, Maize, Sweet Potatoes, Cowpea, Kenaf, Onion, Livestock, Hides & Skin, Tomatoes, Pepper.
GORONYO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Ball Clay, Gypsum, Phosphate.
Agro Raw Materials: Wheat, Maize, Millet, Vegetables, Fishery, Rice, Onions, Spices, Hides & Skin, Livestock, Kenaf, Tomatoes.
GUDU:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Laterite.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Groundnut, Beans, Bagaruwa, Gum Arabic, Kenaf, Hides & Skin, Livestock, Spices, Tomatoes.
GWADABAWA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Salt, Lakes, Kaolin, Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Bagaruwa, Millet, Cowpea, Onion, Carrot, Rice Sugar Cane, Gum Arabic, Garlic, Livestock, Vegetables, Wheat, Maize, Fishery.
ILLELA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Potash, Kaolin, Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Cowpea, Hides & Skin, Fishery, Bagaruwa, Maize, Rice, Wheat, Livestock, Vegetable.
ISA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Granite.
Agro Raw Materials: Tobacco, Millet, Guinea Corn, Beans, Groundnut, Bagaruwa, Hides & Skin, Livestock, Tomatoes, Vegetable.
KEBBE:

Mineral Raw Materials: Agro Raw Materials: Guinea Corn, Maize, Millet, Beans, Sugar Cane, Gum Arabic, Mango, Spices, Vegetables
KWARE:

Mineral Raw Materials: Gypsum, Limestone, Phosphate.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Beans, Onions, Tomatoes, Rice, Spice, Bagaruwa, Tobacco, Hides & Skin, Livestock, Vegetable.
RABAH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Gypsum, Phosphate.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Groundnut, Guinea Corn, Beans, Tomatoes, Mango, Rice, Gum Arabic, Kenaf, Spices, Vegetable. Livestock, Sweet Potatoes.
SABO BIRNI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Silica Sand, Ball Clay, Gypsum.
Agro Raw Materials: Guinea Corn, Millet, Groundnut, Beans, Hides & Skin, livestock, Kenaf, Bagaruwa, Locust Beans, Tomatoes, Vegetable, Spices.
SHAGARI:

Mineral Raw Materials: Gypsum, Phosphate.
Agro Raw Materials: Beans, Groundnut, Sorghum, Millet, Tomatoes, Mango, Potato (Sweet), Pepper, Onion, Livestock, Vegetables.
SILAME:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay, Silica Sand.
Agro Raw Materials: Fishery, Gum Arabic, Bagaruwa, Millet, Rice, Hides & Skin, Livestock, Vegetable.
SOKOTO NORTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Laterite, Limestone, Kaolin, Phosphate, Silica Sand.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Beans, Carrot, Tomatoes, Hides & Skin, Livestock, Vegetables.
SOKOTO SOUTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Laterite, Limestone, Kaolin.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Beans, Hides & Skin, Tomatoes, Livestock, Vegetable.
TAMBUWAL:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Ball Clay, Granite.
Agro Raw Materials: Sugar Cane, Beans, Millet, Bagaruwa, Groundnut, Tomatoes, Onions, Kenaf, Maize, Hides & Skin, Livestock.
TANGAZA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Laterite, Kaolin.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Groundnut, Beans, Bagaruwa, Gum Arabic, Kenaf, Hides & Skin, Livestock, Tomatoes, Spices, Vegetable.
TURETA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay.
Agro Raw Materials: Guinea Corn, Millet, Locust Beans, Mango, Cowpea.
WAMAKKO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Kaolin, Limestone, Ball Clay, Silica Sand.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Rice, Onion, Tomatoes, Carrot, Garden Egg, Cabbage, Tobacco, Sugar Cone, Spices, Beans, Vegetables, Livestock.
WURNO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball Clay, Phosphate, Silica Sand, Gypsum.
Agro Raw Materials: Rice, Beans, Wheat, Tomatoes, Okro, Spices, Potato (Sweet), Gum Arabic, Kenaf, Garlic, Bagaruwa, Hides & Skin, Livestock, Vegetables.
YABO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Phosphate.
Agro Raw Materials: Millet, Groundnut, Acacia Nilotica, Tomatoes, Sugar Cane, Cowpea, Hides & Skin, Livestock, Vegetables.
Politics / Re: Igbo States Are Lagging Behind In Development by mekuszyx: 4:33pm On May 24, 2010
ONDO STATE



MINERAL RAW MATERIALS:
Marble, Gold, Gemstone, Diorite, Lignite, Granite, Ball clay, Charnockites Gabbro, Bitumen, Silica sand, Petroleum, Salt, Quartz, Kaolin, Limestone, Coal.

AGRO RAW MATERIALS: Cocoa, Maize, Cocoyam, Plantain, Livestock, Kolanut, Coffee, Coconut, Vegetables, Yam, Timber, Banana, Groundnut, Rice, Cotton, Fruits, Piggery, Poultry, Cassava, Fish, Oil palm, Rubber, Oranges, Guava, Mango, Bamboo, Cashew, Raffia palm, Tomatoes, Potatoes.
DISTRIBUTION OVER LOCAL GOVERNMENTS: AKOKA NORTH-EAST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Granite, Ball clay
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoa, Cocoyam, Maize, Oil palm, Plantain, Banana, Cassava, Yam, Livestock, Vegetables, Piggery, Poultry, Rice, Timber
AKOKO NORTH-WEST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball clay, Granite
Agro Raw materials: Cocoa, Cocoyam, Maize, Oil palm, Plantain, Banana, Cassava, Yam, Livestock, Vegetables, Piggery, Poultry, Rice, Timber.

AKOKO SOUTH-EAST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Granite, Ball clay
Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Livestock, Piggery, Cocoyam, Maize, Oil palm, Rice, Plantain, Banana, Poultry, Timber, Vegetables

AKOKO SOUTH-WEST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Gemstone
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoa, Palm produce, Maize, Cassava, Yam, Cocoyam, Timber, Plantain, Banana, Livestock, Rice.
AKURE NORTH:

Mineral Raw materials: Ball clay
Agro Raw materials: Cassava, Livestock, Cocoa, Cocoyam, Kolanut, maize, Plantain, Oil palm, Banana, Timber, Rice, Poultry, Piggery, Orange, Guava, Mango, Bamboo, Cashew.

AKURE SOUTH:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball clay, Charnockite, Granite, Gabbro.
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoa, Livestock, Vegetable, Cocoyam, Yam, Coffee, Plantain, Banana, Orange, Maize, Mango, Piggery, Oil palm, Cassava, Rice, Bamboo, Timber, Cashew.

ESE ODO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball clay, Bitumen, Silica sand, Petroleum, Salt, Quartz

Agro Raw Materials: Cocoyam, Fish, Maize, Oil palm, Plantain, Banana, Cassava, Livestock, Piggery, Vegetables, Yam, Poultry, Timber, Rice.

IDANRE:

Mineral Raw materials: Granite, Ball clay, Charnockite
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoa, Cocoyam, Maize, Oil palm, Plantain, Banana, Cassava, Livestock, Piggery, Yam, Vegetables, Poultry, Timber, Rice.
IFEDORE:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball clay, Granite, Charnockite
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoa, Cocoyam, Maize, Oil palm, Plantain, Banana, Cassava, Livestock, Vegetables, Yam, Piggery, Poultry, Rice, Timber.
ILAJE:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball clay, Bitumen, Silica sand, Petroleum, Salt, Quartz
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoyam, Fish, Maize, Poultry, Oil palm, Vegetables, Piggery, Timber, Raffia palm.
ILE-OLUJI/OKEIGBO:

Mineral Raw Material: Ball clay, Charnockite, Granite
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoa, Cocoyam, Maize, Oil palm, Plantain, Banana, Cassava, Livestock, Vegetables, Yam, Rice, Piggery, Poultry, Timber.
IRELE:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball clay, Silica sand, Kaolin, Quartz, Bitumen
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoa, Cocoyam, Maize, Plantain, Oil palm, Banana, Cassava, Livestock, Vegetables, Yam, Piggery, Poultry, Rice, Rubber, Timber.
ODIGBO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball clay, Bitumen, Kaolin
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoa, Cocoyam, Maize, Plantain, Oil palm, Banana, Cassava, Livestock, Vegetables, Yam, Piggery, Poultry, Rice, Rubber, Timber.
OKITIPUPA:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball clay, Bitumen, Silica sand, Salt, Petroleum, Quartz, Kaolin
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoa, Bamboo, Cocoyam, Maize, Raffia palm, Palm produce, Plantain, Banana, Cassava, Livestock, Vegetables, Yam, Piggery, Poultry, Rubber, Timber.
ONDO EAST:

Mineral Raw Material: Ball clay, Charnockite, Granite
Agro Raw Materials: Cassava, Cocoyam, Maize, Oil Palm, Piggery, Vegetables, Yam, Timber, Rice, Poultry, Plantain, Banana
ONDO WEST:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball clay, Charnockite, Granite
Agro Raw Material: Cocoa, Cocoyam, Maize, Oil palm, Plantain, Banana, Cassava, Livestock, Vegetables, Yam, Piggery, Poultry, Timber, Mango, Tomatoes, Cashew, Guava.
OSE:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball clay, Charnockite, Limestone, Quartz
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoa, Cocoyam, Maize, Oil palm, Plantain, Banana, Cassava, Livestock, Vegetables, Yam, Piggery, Poultry, Timber, Mango, Tomatoes, Cashew, Guava.
OWO:

Mineral Raw Materials: Ball clay, Coal, Quartz, Limestone
Agro Raw Materials: Cocoa, Cocoyam, Kolanut, Maize, Oil palm, Cassava, Livestock, Plantain, Banana, Poultry, Vegetables, Yam, Piggery, Timber, Rubber, Rice, Potato.

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