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Gombe State oñwu chí state efí north eastern Nigeria,[1] ki híoméa ti north kpaí northeast íba amí states yí Borno kpaí Yobe, yi south kpai íba Taraba State, tí southeast íba Adamawa State, kpaí west, íba Bauchi State. Gombe chu ugbẹta Ami gomati yi Gombe state, ma choné Gombe kwi efu etọ Bauchi State efu ochù ekegwe nolu kàa efu odó 1996. Gombe state dẹfí àmà kí chí wẹwẹ ẹfu Nigeria ī chi Fulani gbẹju chí chi ku ma gbeju ka efu state le, ojané Ami Fulani ka ī che efu [2] 36 states

Gombe State chí state ẹfu north eastern efu Nigeria,[3] ki hiọmẹ kpai north kpaí northeast kpai amí states yí Borno kpai Yobe,lo ti south íba Taraba State,lo tí southeast íba Adamawa State,lọtí west íba Bauchi State. Gombe chí ugbẹta ẹyí Gombe state, ma choné ñwú kw’efu ẹti yí Bauchi State ka, ma choné Gombe state efu ochù ekegwe ñolu kàa éfu ódo 1996. State kì dẹí d’efu ama kí chí wẹwẹ kí d’ọjanẹ Nigeria īchí Fulani gbẹju chí Íchi ogbogága tula Fulani gbëju chi ichi ókpakàa ki wéwé tula ki d’efu Gombe ki d’efu [4] 36 states efu Nigeria, Gombe chí 21st largest in area kpaí 32nd most populous, kílaní estimated population.

3.2 egba 2016.[5]

Geographically, ôjanẹ kí dẹí la dalumẹjí tropical West Sudanian savanna ecoregion. Okpaka geographic features la chí Gongola River, kíasha tẹfí Gombe's north kpaí east tẹfí Lake Dadin Kowa, kpaí ẹtọ ẹyí Muri Mountains, range kẹkẹlẹ ẹfí state's far south. Ọna kọjanẹyíladẹí amí ẹjọ ọjọjọjí chẹdẹ manyí carpet viper, puff adder, kpaí Egyptian cobra wẹwẹ manyí hippopotamus, Senegal parrot, kpaí grey-headed kingfisher wẹwẹ.[6][7]

Ethnically, State kìdẹí chẹ inhabited kpaí amí chí wẹwẹ,

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Gombe State chi state ka ki di northeastern Nigeria,[8] Ami State ki di iba Gombe State chi Borno kpai Yobe owo north, owo south chi Taraba State, owo southeast chi Adamawa State ma nyu owo west chi Bauchi State. Gombe chi ugbẹta Gombe state, ugbo ku ma nyi Gombe State chi Bauchi State efi ochu ekegwa nolu káa efu odó 1996. Ichi ki chi ichi ogbogaga ki di Gombe State chi Fulani.[9] Gombe State chi state ka efu ami state ki chene ki ogwu egwa ny'omefa ami state ki di ojane Nigeria. eko ku ma gbaluka amone odo 2006, amone ku ma gbaluka ojane Gombe chi amone 3.25 million.[10]

Inabali[edit | edit source]

Unana ane Gombe chi 20,265 km2 unana amone ki di efewo Gombe chi of 2,365,000 odo 2006.[11]

Ëgbe ku ma chone state Gombe chi ochu ekegwa nolu kãa odo 1996, State ugbo ku ma nyi Gombe state gwo chi Bauchi State, ene ki choné Gombe state chi sani Abacha.[12] Eju ọwọ ugbo ki Gombe de chi Guinea savannah kpai Sudan savannah belts. Ami ewo ki daka Gombe state chi Borno, Yobe, Taraba, Adamawa and Bauchi.[13]

Gombe che ni climate meji, Afu owe ochù ekegwaka to –ochu ekete kpai adiko komi alo chi efu ochù akwegbe ochù ekele ti ẹgba ochù ekegwe.[14]

Aboji ewo Gombe State chi Governor Muhammad Inuwa Yahaya, abo house ki di Gombe State chi ogwunyomele, Local Government ki di Gombe State chi egwaka, emirate mi egwele, senator meta kpai National Assembly mefa.[15]

Emirates[edit | edit source]

Gombe che ni Emirates mi egwele odu ma la chi;

  • Gombe Emirate
  • Akko Emirate
  • Funakaye Emirate
  • Gona Emirate
  • Dukku Emirate
  • Billiri Emirate
  • Kaltungo Emirate
  • Nafada Emirate
  • Tula Emirate
  • Gona Emirate
  • Balanga Emirate

Local Government Areas[edit | edit source]

Ami Local Government ki di Gombe State chi egwaka odu ma la chi; :

LGA Ane (km2) Ugbaluka Odo 2006 Administrative capital Postal

code

Akko 2,627 337,853 Kumo 771
Balanga 1,626 212,549 Tallase 761
Billiri 737 202,144 Billiri 771
Dukku


3,815 align="right" 207,190 Dukku 760
Funakaye 1,415 236,087 Bajoga 762
Gombe 52 268,000 Gombe (city) 760
Kaltungo 881 149,805 Kaltungo 770
Kwami 1,787 195,298 Mallam Sidi 760
Nafada 1,586 138,185 Nafada 762
Shongom 922 151,520 Boh 770
Deba 1,981 255,248 Deba 761

Gombe State che ni ami ichi wewe, ama ichi ki chi ogbogaga Gombe state chi Fulani, Fulani di owo north ewo Gombe State. Ami Local Government ki Fulani de chi ebie gwefu ami local government mi egwaka, odu ami local govenment ki Fulani de chi Dukku, Kwami, Funakaye, Nafada, Akko, Yameltu deba manyi Gombe LGAs. Ami ichi ki bo Gombe State chi Apart Tangale ku ma de ewo Billiri manyi ane Kaltungo, Gombe state nwo ni ichi akechi,Tula, Tera (Yamaltu-Deba), Waja, Bolewa, manyi Kanuri, .[16]

Ami Ichi[edit | edit source]

Ami ichi ki di Gombe State chi:[17]

LGA Ichi
Akko Fulani; Kanuri; Jukun; Tangale; Tera
Balanga Bangwinji; Centúúm; Dadiya; Dera; Dikaka; Dza; Kyak; Longuda; Moo; Tangale; Tso; Waja
Billiri Tangale
Dukku Fulani; Kanuri; Bolewa
Funakaye Fulani; Kanuri; Tera
Kaltungo Awak; Tangale; Tula; Kamo
Kwami Fulani; Bolewa; Kanuri; Tera
Nafada Fulani; Bolewa; Hausa
Shongom Tangale; Kushi; Moo; Loo; Wurkun
Yamaltu-Deba Tera; Fulani; Jara;

Unyi Ukoche[edit | edit source]

Ami Unyi Ukoche Utogba ki Di Gombe State chi:

  • Federal University Kashere[18]
  • Gombe State University[19]
  • Federal College of Education (Technical), Gombe[20]
  • Federal College of Horticultural Technology, Dadin Kowa[21]
  • Federal Polytechnic, Kaltungo[22]
  • College of Education, Billiri[23]
  • Gombe State College of Legal Studies, Nafada[24]
  • Gombe State Polytechnic, Bajoga[25]
  • Gombe State University of science and Technology, Kumo
  • Gombe State College of Health Sciences and Technology, Kaltungo[26]
  • Performance College of Health, Science and Technology, Billiri[27]
  • Garkuwa College of Health, Science and Technology Gombe[27]
  • Dukku International College of Health, Science and Technology[27]
  • Haruna Rasheed College of Health, Science and Technology, Dukku[27]
  • Ummah College of Health, Science and Technology, Gombe[27]
  • Lamido School of Hygiene, Liji[27]

Ami One Ogbogaga[edit | edit source]

  • Amina Mohammed[28]
  • Usman Faruk,[29]
  • Sheikh Dahiru [30]
  • Sheikh Kabir Muhammad
  • Isa Ali Pantami
  • Danladi Mohammed
  • Joshua M. Lidani
  • Eli Jidere Bala
  • Usman Bayero Nafada
  • Samkon Gado
  • Zainab Adamu Bulkachuwa,[31]
  • Jaaruma
  • Aliyu Modibbo Umar
  • Mohammed Danjuma Goje,[32]
  • Helon Habila
  • Dahiru Mohammed
  • Abubakar Buba Atare
  • Buba Yero
  • Abubakar Shehu-Abubakar
  • Aliyu Usman El-Nafaty OFR,[33]

Amenwu Ane[edit | edit source]

Ojo ché dí àmenwu ané nwí Gombe State nyo'yo todu lé amoné kú mà téné invest awí Gombe state nyo'yo.[34] àmenwu ané kí Gomber chí:

Ami Tourist attractions[edit | edit source]

Tourist attractions ki di Gombe:[36][37]

  • Tomb of Sultan Attahiru
  • Bubayero's Tomb
  • Bima Hill
  • Dadin Kowa Dam
  • Killang Hill
  • Tula Plateau
  • Bulok warm spring
  • Kalam Hill
  • Cham Valley
  • Binga Ruins
  • Major Mash Grave
  • Lt Phillips Grave
  • Bace Hills
  • Tula Hideout Caves
  • Kanawa Forest[38]

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