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Benue State
state of Nigeria
Inception3 February 1976 Edit
Named afterBenue River Edit
CountryNigeria Edit
CapitalMakurdi Edit
Located in the administrative territorial entityNigeria Edit
Located in time zoneUTC+01:00 Edit
Coordinate location7°20′0″N 8°45′0″E Edit
Office held by head of governmentGovernor of Benue State Edit
Executive bodyexecutive council of Benue State Edit
Legislative bodyBenue State House of Assembly Edit
Replaced byKogi State Edit
ReplacesBenue-Plateau State Edit
Official websitehttps://www.benuestate.gov.ng/ Edit
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Benue sim ma eline mbandi na gabai ma gaazaa ma elta Lanjeeriya nanka gam ma mun mandi shadanka (4,253,641) a sar ta mbeesu ma amin duubu beelu ka bacoodi (2006). Kanta kane a amin ma 1976. Gamatu boo ka zuu ma gaazaa ka jaaha ma Nasarawa, ka jaaha ma Taraba ka dibi, ka jaaha ma Kogi ka gen, jaaha ma Enugu ka njaawa ka gen, jaaha ma Ebonyi ka Cross Rivers ka njaawa. ka boo ma eli ka elta Cameroon ka njaawa ma dibi. Gam ma mindi na Tiv, Idoma ka Igede. ka mindi micin Etulo, Igbo, ka Jukun. Jago ta maiwaa na a jaga ta Makurdi.

Languages of Benue State listed by LGA:[1]

Hukuma Tootai Boo
Ado Idoma
Agatu Idoma
Apa Idoma
Buruku Tiv
Gboko Tiv
Guma Tiv
Gwer East Tiv
Gwer West Tiv
Katsina-Ala Tiv
Kwande Tiv
Makurdi Tiv
Ogbadibo Idoma
Ohimini Idoma
Obi Igede; Idoma
Oju Igede
Okpokwu Idoma
Otukpo Idoma
Ushongo Tiv
Vandeikya Tiv

Boo siram na caca a jaaha ma Benue Etulo, Nyifon, Basa, Jukun (Wannu), and Utugwang Irungene Afrike. Igbo ka kine su.

Hukuma Tootai

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ka men hukuma tootai auyaa ka kuunu (23) a jaaha ma Benue:

Hukuma Tootai Jaga ta Maiwaa
Ado Igumale
Agatu Obagaji
Apa Ugbokpo
Buruku Buruku
Gboko Gboko
Guma Gbajimba
Gwer East Aliade
Gwer West Naka
Katsina-Ala Katsina-Ala
Konshisha Tse-Agberagba
Kwande Adikpo
Logo Ugba
Makurdi Makurdi
Obi Obarike-Ito
Ogbadibo Otukpa
Ohimini Idekpa
Oju Oju
Okpokwu Okpoga
Otukpo Otukpo
Tarka Wannune
Ukum Sankera
Ushongo Lessel
Vandeikya Vandeikya

Calaa ma caca

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  1. "Nigeria". Ethnologue (22 ed.). Retrieved 2020-01-10.