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Osun State Postal Codes Search
|3||233251||Aayo St.||Oke Iro||Ilesa||Urban||Osun|
|4||220111||Aba Aafa||Kere||Ife South||Rural||Osun|
|5||220115||Aba Abe||Abiri||Ife South||Rural||Osun|
|6||220115||Aba Aderibe||Abiri||Ife South||Rural||Osun|
|7||220106||Aba Adetipe||Oyere II||Ife North/East||Rural||Osun|
|10||232110||Aba Ajuba||Asa/ajagun-lase||Ola Oluwa||Rural||Osun|
|12||220115||Aba Aladie||Abiri||Ife South||Rural||Osun|
|13||220115||Aba Alaja||Abiri||Ife South||Rural||Osun|
|14||232106||Aba Alaya||Oke Osun (Alabata)||Aiyedire||Rural||Osun|
|15||220108||Aba Aliyu||Ifetedo||Ife South||Rural||Osun|
|16||220114||Aba Andrew||Osi / Ara / Joshua||Ife South||Rural||Osun|
|18||220106||Aba Anubidi||Oyere II||Ife North/East||Rural||Osun|
|19||220112||Aba Atiba||Aye-Amodo||Ife South||Rural||Osun|
|20||232115||Aba Ayo||Isero/ Ikonifin||Ola Oluwa||Rural||Osun|
|21||220115||Aba Baale||Abiri||Ife South||Rural||Osun|
|22||232106||Aba Baale||Oke Osun (Alabata)||Aiyedire||Rural||Osun|
|23||220108||Aba D.F. Kolajo||Ifetedo||Ife South||Rural||Osun|
|24||220108||Aba Dada||Ifetedo||Ife South||Rural||Osun|
|25||220106||Aba Dejo||Oyere II||Ife North/East||Rural||Osun|
A brief discussion about Osun state:
Osun State is a state located within southwestern Nigeria, bordered by Ekiti and Ondo states to the east, Kwara State to the north, Ogun State to the south, and Oyo State to the west. It was created on 27 August 1991 from the southeastern part of Oyo State and is named after the Osun River, which flows through the state and forms much of its southwestern border with Oyo State.
The capital of Osun State is the city of Osogbo. The state has an estimated population of around 4.7 million as of 2016 and is the ninth smallest in terms of area among the 36 states of Nigeria, but the nineteenth most populous. The state is divided geographically between lowland forests in the majority of the state and the drier Guinean forest-savanna mosaic in the north.
Major rivers in the state include the Osun, Erinle, and Oba rivers. The state is home to a variety of wildlife, including the mona monkey, common kestrel, purple heron, and royal antelope, as well as some of Nigeria’s remaining Nigeria-Cameroon chimpanzees and African forest elephants, which inhabit the threatened forests along the southern borders with Ondo and Ogun states.
The majority of the population of Osun State is Yoruba, with the Ibolo, Ife, Igbomina, Ijesha, and Oyo subgroups being the most prevalent. In the pre-colonial period, the area now known as Osun State was divided among several Western Yoruba states, some of which were town-based, while others were part of larger empires such as the Oyo Empire. From 1877 to 1893, Western Yoruba states, including those in the present-day Osun State, fought alongside Eastern Yoruba groups in the Kiriji War against other Eastern Yoruba groups.
The war ended in a stalemate brokered by the British, and the area was subsequently colonized and incorporated into the British Southern Nigeria Protectorate, which merged into British Nigeria in 1914. After Nigeria gained independence in 1960, the area now comprising Osun State was part of the Western Region until 1967, when it became part of the Western State. In 1976, the Western State was split, and the western part became Oyo State, while the eastern part became Osun State in 1991.
Osun State’s economy is largely based on agriculture, with the main crops being cocoa, cassava, millet, maize, potato, and yam. Other important industries in the state include services, particularly in urban areas, as well as artisanal mining and livestock herding. Osun State is home to several notable landmarks, including the Obafemi Awolowo University, which is located in the town of Ile-Ife, an important center of Yoruba culture for political and religious development.
Other important cities and towns in the state include Ila Orangun, Iragbiji, Ikirun, Oke-Ila Orangun, Ijebu-Jesa, Ipetumodu, Ede, Iwo, Ejigbo, Ibokun, Ode-Omu, Otan Ayegbaju, Ifetedo, Esa-Oke, Ilesa, Okuku, Otan-Ile, and Igbajo. Osun State is known for having the second-highest literacy rate in Nigeria.
What is Osun State Postal Code(Osun state postcode)?
The postal code for Osun State, Nigeria is in the range of 220001 to 234103. The code number 234001 is specifically assigned to the NIPOST headquarters in this state. Osun State is located within the South West geopolitical zone of Nigeria.