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Bayelsa a.k.a. Bayelsa State is a state in southern Nigeria in the core Niger Delta region, between Delta State and Rivers State. Its capital is Yenagoa. The four main languages spoken are Izon, Nembe, Epie-Atissa, and Ogbia. Like the rest of Nigeria, English is the official language. The state was formed in 1996 from part of Rivers State and is thus one of the newest states of the Nigerian federation.
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Tackling Poverty (2016)
A Thesis Being Submitted for the Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements of the Cardiff Metropolitan University in Collaboration with the London College of Commerce (An Associate College) for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. by Ebikinei Stanley Eguruze
Because Bayelsa is an oil producing state with the highest govt allocation Oil producing state Because (Bayelsa) is a rich state in the sense that we 21.
by Augustine A. Ikein, Diepreye S. P. Alamieyeseigha, Steve S. Azaiki
Bayelsa is a victim of this lopsided politics. The state was created in 1996, almost 30 years after states had been created in other parts of ...
by Toyin Falola, Ann Genova
Bayelsa State is located in southeastern Nigeria on the coast, and its eastern border is the Niger River. It is one of Nigeria's current 36 states and part of the Niger Delta region. Christianity and indigenous are the major forms of religion.
Bayelsa state, Yenagoa and Sagbama LGAs; Delta state, Burutu, Warri, and Ughelli LGAs; Ondo state, Ilaje Ese-Odo LGAs; Ekiti state, Ikole LGA. Dialects include Iduwini, Ogulagha, Oporoza (Gbaranmatu), Arogbo, Egbema, Olodiama East, ...
Encyclopedia of the Stateless Nations: Ethnic and National Groups Around the World A-Z [4 Volumes] (2002)
by James B. Minahan
13,120,000 Ijaws in Nigeria, concentrated in the Niger Delta of southern Nigeria, scattered across the states of Rivers, Bayelsa, Delta, Ondo, Edo, and Akwa Ibom. Outside the region there are sizable Ijaw ...
An Ígálá-English Lexicon (2015)
A Bilingual Dictionary With Notes on Igala Language, History, Culture and Priest-Kings by John Idakwoji
Ali Lawal, NNPC, Bayelsa, Nigeria; Alhaji Àwáísù Áhmèd, Nigeria Immigration Services, Kaduna; Alhaji Táhìr Àùtá, a medical service provider in Kaduna metropolis and Mr. B.C.C. Ódò of the ...
Encyclopedia of the Yoruba (2016)
by Toyin Falola, Akintunde Akinyemi
regarded by some scholars as the standard Pidgin • Rivers, noticeably colored by languages spoken around Bayelsa and Rivers states • Southeastern, spoken in southeastern Nigeria and influenced by the Igbo ...
Encyclopedia of Linguistics (2013)
by Philipp Strazny
It is spoken by some 30 million people in present-day Imo, Ab'r'a, Ebonyi, Enugu, Delta, Rivers, and Anambra states, and also in parts of Cross River, Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, and Benue states of Nigeria. Igbo is now classified as belonging to the ...
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