All the chats in Nigeria

  1. Chats in Abia
  2. Chats in Adamawa
  3. Chats in Akwa Ibom
  4. Chats in Anambra
  5. Chats in Bauchi
  6. Chats in Bayelsa
  7. Chats in Benue
  8. Chats in Borno
  9. Chats in Cross River
  10. Chats in Delta
  11. Chats in Ebonyi
  12. Chats in Edo
  13. Chats in Ekiti
  14. Chats in Enugu
  15. Chats in FCT
  16. Chats in Gombe
  17. Chats in Imo
  18. Chats in Jigawa
  19. Chats in Kaduna
  20. Chats in Kano
  21. Chats in Katsina
  22. Chats in Kebbi
  23. Chats in Kogi
  24. Chats in Kwara
  25. Chats in Lagos
  26. Chats in Nassarawa
  27. Chats in Niger
  28. Chats in Ogun
  29. Chats in Ondo
  30. Chats in Osun
  31. Chats in Oyo
  32. Chats in Plateau
  33. Chats in Rivers
  34. Chats in Sokoto
  35. Chats in Taraba
  36. Chats in Yobe
  37. Chats in Zamfara

Nigeria, officially the Federal Republic of Nigeria, is a sovereign country located in West Africa, in the Gulf of Guinea, whose form of government is the presidential federal republic. Its territory is composed of 36 federated states and a federal district. Its total population is 186 053 386 inhabitants. The capital is Abuja, with 1 178 568 inhabitants, and its most populous city and former capital is Lagos, with 13 123 000 inhabitants. The appearance of human presence in the area of ​​Nigeria is dated around 9000 a. C., although it was probably inhabited previously.

The area around the Benue River and the Cross River is the place of origin of the Bantu that spread in waves throughout Central and Southern Africa from the 5th century BC. C. Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa and the seventh in the world. It is also grouped within the Next Eleven that is a group of countries with great prospects for investment and growth in the future. Nigeria's economy is the largest in Africa and one of the fastest growing in the world, with growth estimates of 9% in 2008 and 8.3% in 2009. The IMF expects Nigeria to grow 8%.% in 2011.