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Consulate General
of Nigeria, New York
Consulate General of Nigeria, New York's website is the first of many Nigerian commissions around the world to make a foresighted effort to use the Internet to connect with its customers. The site has in place capabilities to provide downloadable bulletins, general information and application materials.

Consulate General
of Nigeria, Atlanta
Official website of the Consulate General of Nigeria, Atlanta. Offers a guide to Nigeria for investors, tourists, researchers, etc. Get information on Visas, Passport, Investing in Nigeria, taking vacations in Nigeria and more.

Consulate General
of Nigeria,
Johannesburg, South Africa
Official website of the Consulate General of Nigeria, Johannesburg, South Africa. Offers a guide to Nigeria for investors, tourists, visa requirements, etc. Also hopes provide innovative services such as registration and information about Nigerians in South Africa.

Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Argentina Official website of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria Argentina. Offers a guide to Nigeria for investors, tourists, visa requirements. Also, provides bare facts on Nigeria and links to Nigerian information resources.

Lagos State, Nigeria.
Lagos State
Lagos State Government
(Official State Website)
In addition to its nickname "Centre of Excellence", Lagos State can add "The TrailBlazer State". This is the first known state government website and it shows a great deal of potential.

Delta State, Nigeria.
Delta State
Delta State Government
(Official State Website)
"The Big Heart" State beats all other states to be the second state to have a website. With agricultural products in adundance, the state adds the claim of the highest producer of Oil and Gas in the country.

Edo State, Nigeria.
Edo State
Edo State Government Official Website
The State was created in 1991 out of the former Bendel State. Edo State lies roughly between longitude 06o 04'E and 06o 43'E and latitude 05o44' N and 07o34' N. It is bounded in the south by Delta State, in the west by Ondo State, in the north by Kogi State and in the east by Kogi and Anambra States.

Oyo State, Nigeria.
Oyo State covers an area of approximately 35,743 square kilometres and is bounded in the South by Ogun State, in the North by Kwara State, in the West by Republic of Benin and in the East by Ondo State. The State is made up of 24 Local Governments.

Ebonyi State, Nigeria.
Ebonyi State was created on October 1, 1996 after 39 years of sustained agitation and struggle. The State was, on creation, bare of infrastructural facilities and basic amenities.

Kwara State, Nigeria.
Kwara State, a conglomeration of some geographical entities in the South Eastern belt of the defunct Northern Region, is now a major gateway between the Western and Northern parts of the country.

Plateau State, Nigeria.
Plateau State, Nigeria's foremost tourists' destination is located beautifully in the center of the Country. With a land mass covering thousands of kilometers, the State has an estimated population of about three million.

Nasarawa State, Nigeria.
Nasarawa State Government "Beyond the investment portfolio, Nasarawa State is also a tourist’s delight. There are many tourist attractions that you will find interesting to visit, and these are detailed in our website. Most importantly, the various peoples of the State are very receptive, peace loving and warm."
-- Governor

Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria.
Akwa Ibom State Created on September 23, 1987 from the former Cross River State, Akwa Ibom State is a key member of Nigeria’s South South Zone, the new economic power bloc, rich in crude oil, natural gas and a diversity of agricultural produce.

Lagos State Development & Property Corp.
Lagos State
Lagos State Development & Property Corp.
in its almost three decades of existence, has demonstrated that it is able to rise up to the challenges of housing provision for the teeming masses of Lagos State.

The Nigerian Communications Commission
The Nigerian Communications Commission
The Nigerian Communications Commission is the regulatory body for the Nigerian telecommunications industry. It is vested with the responsibility of ensuring the provision of adequate, effective and efficient telecommunications service nationwide at fair and equitable price.

Corporate Affairs Commission
Corporate Affairs Commission
Corporate Affairs Commission was established by the Companies and Allied Matters Decree which was promulgated in 1990 to regulate the formation and management of companies. The establishment of the Corporate Affairs Commission as an autonomous body was as a result of the perceived inefficiency and ineffectiveness of the erstwhile Companies Registry, a department within the federal Ministry of Commerce and Tourism which was then responsible for the registration and administration of the repealed Companies Act of 1968.

Nigerian Ports Authority
Nigerian Ports Authority
Nigerian Ports Authority's mission statement is "to ensure the efficient management of port operations, optimal allocation and use of resources, diversification of sources of revenue and guaranteeing adequate returns on its investments in order to contribute effectively to the well-being of the Nigerian Society."

The Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority
Nigerian Ports Authority
Official Website of The Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority. The Nigeria Export Processing Zones Authority was set up under the Nigeria Export Processing Zones Decree Number 63 of 1992, with the mandate to grant all requisite permits and approvals for operators in Zones, to the exclusion of other government bodies and agencies.

Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST)
Nigerian Ports Authority
Our purpose in NIPOST is to provide universal qualitative postal service that is efficient, effective, reliable and affordable.We are in the business of providing postal services that are customer oriented."

Nigerian Army
Nigerian Ports Authority
Nigerian Army official website provides a brief history of the Nigerian Army, Chronicles of Command, Nigerian Army Campaigns, Divisions, Latest News, and Special Events.

The Nigeria Police
Nigerian Ports Authority
The Nigeria Police official website is established to make the operations of the Nigeria Police accessible to the public, to inform them of the changes and developments in policing and law enforcement strategies; and to provide an opportunity for the community to contribute their quota in the task of tackling crime and ensuring a safe and prosperous Nigeria.


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