Search Nigeria ZIP Code (Search for All Nigerian Postal Codes By State)
You can search for Nigeria Postal Codes using this website. Nigeria ZIP Code, Nigeria post code and Nigeria postal code means the same thing.
The Nigerian Postal Code is a set of numeric codes comprising a six-digit number. Now let’s briefly take a look at how Nigeria Postal Code works.
Nigeria Postal Codes Information
Nigeria Postal codes are numeric, comprising six digits. The Nigerian Postal Service, NIPOST actually divided Nigeria into nine different zones. This formed the first digit of the Nigeria Postal code. Then combining the second, and third digits with the first code are used for the dispatch district for the outgoing sorting of packages.
What about the last three digits of the NIPOST CODE?
These last three digits are used for the precise delivery location of an outgoing package. Thus any of the following can be a delivery location; a rural area, a post office facility, or an urban area.
Every primary postal head office in each of these regions will possess a postal code that is ending in “0001”. For instance, Ahoada Main Head Office in Rivers has the postal code 510001. The Ikeja Head Office in Lagos has 100001.
The Katsina Head Office in Katsina has 820001 and Port Harcourt Head Office has 500001. The minimum postcode is 100001 and the maximum postcode is 982002. In addition to this, there are some postal codes for states in Nigeria, as Lagos’s State postal code is 100001, while Enugu state’s postal code is 400001. 
Below Is A List Of Postal Codes For Each State In Nigeria:
|Nasarawa||950001 or 960001|