The Six Richest States in Nigeria, see their GDP

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Nigeria is a great country filled with milk and honey, but our evil leaders enriches themselves alone with it. in this article we will be showing the richest states in the country and their GDP.

1. Lagos

The most developed State in Nigeria, and the major financial centre in the Country. It is the smallest State in the Country. With a land mass of 3,577KM. The State has a GDP of $33.68billion. We all are not even suprise cause the State can run on its own without revenue from the Federal Government.

2. Rivers

River State has a population of 5.2million. With a land mass of 11,077KM, the State produce more than 60% of crude oil in Nigeria. They are also into fishery due the State being close to Atlantic Ocean.

3. Delta

With a population of 4.1million people, Delta State is rich in Natural Resources, limestone, decorative rocks, kaolin, lignite, silica. The state is one of the largest producers of crude oil in the country. The State GDP is $16.75billion.

4. Oyo

Located in the South West. The major part of their economy is agriculture. They produce cashews, cocoa, plantain, yam, millet, mazie. The State has a GDP of $16.12billion.

5. Imo

Located in the South East The State is rich in Natural Resources, like zinc, lead, natural gas, limestone, fine clay, natural gas, crude oil. The state has over 163 oil wells. The GDP is about $14.21billion. They are mostly into production of oil(palm oil) and businesses.

6. Kano

Located in the Northern part of the Country. With a population of 11million people, the State have a GDP of $12.39billion. They get their revenue from agricultural products such as skin, hides, pepper, gum Arabic, garlic, soybean, groundnuts and so on.

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