Nigeria Zip Codes For All States

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Zip code(Which means Zone Improvement Plan), also known as Postal code is mostly used by courier services as a way to send things more efficiently.

With Zip or Postal codes, you can immediately know which state things are being sent to. Simply put, Zip codes allow things to get to their intended destination efficiently. Now, Zip codes shouldn’t be mistaken for Country code as the two are totally different.

Country codes are used to identify a country while postal codes go beyond that by identifying a specific state/local government. Nigeria’s country code is +234 but that isn’t our Zip codes and knowing your Zip or Postal code will have to depend on the state you are in.

Zip Codes are mostly required by online shopping stores or any other websites that want to send your stuff like emails, items, goods etc as those are the websites that need more than your country code because that just tells your country, nothing more.

However, some other websites that don’t really wanna send you stuffs might still ask for the postal/zip code. When they do, simply look for the Zip Code of the state you’re in from the list below and give it to them. Each state has their own Zip code so be sure you’re providing the correct Zip code for state.

Nigeria Zip Codes For All States

  • Abuja Nigeria postal code: 900001
  • Abia State Nigeria postal code: 440001
  • Adamawa State Nigeria postal code: 640001
  • Akwa-Ibom State Nigeria postal code: 520001
  • Anambra State Nigeria postal code: 420001
  • Bauchi State Nigeria postal code: 740001
  • Borno State Nigeria postal code: 600001
  • Delta State Nigeria postal code: 320001
  • Ebonyi State Nigeria postal code: 840001
  • Edo State Nigeria postal code: 300001
  • Enugu State Nigeria postal code: 400001
  • Imo State Nigeria postal code: 460001
  • Jigawa State Nigeria postal code: 720001
  • Kano State Nigeria postal code: 700001
  • Kaduna State Nigeria postal code: 800001
  • Katsina State Nigeria postal code: 820001
  • Kebbi State Nigeria postal code: 860001
  • Kogi State Nigeria postal code: 260001
  • Kwara State Nigeria postal code: 240001
  • Lagos (Island) Nigeria postcode: 101001
  • Lagos zip code: 100242
  • Lagos State (Mainland) postal code: 100001
  • Niger State Nigeria postal code: 920001
  • Ogun State Nigeria postal code: 110001
  • Ondo State Nigeria postal code: 340001
  • Osun State Nigeria postal code: 230001
  • Oyo State Nigeria postal code: 200001
  • Plateau State Nigeria postal code: 930001
  • Rivers State Nigeria postal code: 500001
  • Sokoto State Nigeria postal code: 840001
  • Taraba State Nigeria postal code: 660001
  • Yobe State Nigeria postal code: 320001

There you have it. When next you’re asked to provide your Zip or Postal code which is the same thing, simply copy the one for your respective state and give whoever is asking. Also, if a website only takes Zip codes and not Postal codes, which can happen sometimes, then you know the website is only for people in the United States.

Don’t get it confused, Zip and Postal codes are still technically the same thing as they are meant for the same purpose but Zip Codes is for the United States while Postal codes are for Nigeria. If a Website asks for any of the two then the website isn’t for only people in the United States.

If you still need some more clarification about Zip and Postal Codes or you don’t understand this article, feel free to let use know in the comment section Down below so we can assist you.

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