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Akwa Ibom State Postal Codes Search
|1||524108||Aba Ekpe||Eket Offing Clan||Esit Eket||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|2||531103||Aba Itiat||Uquok||Ini / Ikono||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|3||521110||Aba Ukpo||Ibesikpo||Ibesikpo Asutan||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|5||530102||Abak Ifia||Amanyam||Ikot Epene||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|6||532101||Abak Ikot||Abak Uban||Abak||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|7||531111||Abak Ikot Akpan-Oduot||Nquot||Ini / Ikono||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|8||524107||Abak Ishiet||Awa Clan||Onna||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|9||532101||Abak Itenge||Abak Uban||Abak||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|10||532109||Abak Obong||Obong||Etim Ekpo||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|11||530101||Abak Oko||Ikot Ekpene Urban||Ikot Epene||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|12||520261||Abak Rd.||Iboko||Uyo||Urban||Akwa Ibom|
|13||530104||Abak Ukpom||Ikot Abia||Obot Akara||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|14||532101||Abak Usung Atai||Abak Uban||Abak||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|15||532101||Abak Usung Idim||Abak Uban||Abak||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|16||532101||Abak Village||Abak Uban||Abak||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|17||530105||Abama||Nto Edino||Obot Akara||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|19||530105||Abasi Eduo||Nto Edino||Obot Akara||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|20||534103||Abasute||Ukpum Ete||Ikot Abasi||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|21||533104||Abat||Northern Afaha||Ukanafun||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|22||532109||Abat Town||Obong||Etim Ekpo||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|23||520116||Abat Use Abat||Ibiono II||Ibiono||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|24||523108||Abiak Elibi||Ubodong||Urue Offong||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
|25||532110||Abiakana||Achan Ika||Ika||Rural||Akwa Ibom|
A brief discussion about Akwa Ibom state:
Akwa Ibom is a state located in the South-South region of Nigeria. It is bordered by Cross River State to the east, Rivers State and Abia State to the west, and the Atlantic Ocean to the south. The state is named after the Qua Iboe River, which runs through it and flows into the Bight of Bonny. Akwa Ibom was separated from Cross River State in 1987 and has a capital city of Uyo, as well as 31 local government areas.
In terms of size and population, Akwa Ibom is the 30th largest state in Nigeria and the 15th most populous, with an estimated population of around 5.5 million as of 2016. The state’s geography is diverse, with the Central African mangroves located in the southern coast and the Cross–Niger transition forests found in the rest of the state. The Imo and Cross rivers flow along the eastern and western borders of Akwa Ibom, respectively, while the Kwa Ibo River runs through the state before emptying into the Bight of Bonny.
In the southeast corner of the state is the Stubb’s Creek Forest Reserve, a wildlife reserve home to various endangered species such as crocodiles, monkeys, and guenons. The offshore waters of Akwa Ibom also have a rich marine life, with large fish populations and various cetacean species such as dolphins and whales.
The people of Akwa Ibom have a long history, with the Ibibio, Anaang, and Obolo – Oron ethnic groups inhabiting the state for hundreds of years. Prior to colonization, the area now known as Akwa Ibom was divided into various city-states, including the Ibom Kingdom and Akwa Akpa, which became a British protectorate in 1884 as part of the Oil Rivers Protectorate.
After independence in 1960, the region was part of the Eastern Region until 1967, when it became part of the South-Eastern State. However, during the Nigerian Civil War, the state was heavily fought over and many of its residents were persecuted by Biafran forces. After the war, the South-Eastern State was reformed and renamed Cross River State, before being divided in 1987 to create the new Akwa Ibom State.
Economically, Akwa Ibom is heavily reliant on the production of crude oil and natural gas, as it is the top oil-producing state in Nigeria. Other important industries include agriculture, fishing, and heliculture. Despite its large oil revenues, the state has a relatively low Human Development Index due to widespread corruption.
What is Akwa Ibom State Postal Code(Akwa Ibom state postcode)?
The postal code range for Akwa Ibom State in Nigeria is from 520001 to 534206. The code for the NIPOST headquarters in Akwa Ibom state is 520001. Akwa Ibom is located within the South-South Geopolitical Zone of Nigeria. Akwa Ibom state main post office is located at 1, Aka Road, Uyo, Akwa Ibom, and can be reached by fax or telephone at 085-201770.