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ZIP/Postal Codes In Nigeria 23401

What are the Postal codes?

Postal code in Nigeria is a series of digits, sometimes including spaces or punctuation, included in a postal address for the purpose of sorting mail. NIPOST, the Nigerian Postal Service, divides the country into nine regions, which make up the first digit of the code.

Zip code is usually required when job applicant fill job application on our job portal after view the latest trending jobs in Nigeria or any other form online. The common mistake job applicant makes when filling this application is that they usually fill 234 as Nigeria Zipcode, which is wrong and might affect the outcome of the Job application. ZIP (Zone Improvement Plan) codes apply to the United State only.

+234 is actually the international dialling code for Nigerian phone numbers. This is usually used for other countries is the Post Code. The code serves the same function in different both US and non-US states. Job applicant doesn’t need any Nigeria zip code finder. What you should use are 110001, 23401 or 00176. Any of these codes are correct. Below is the list of all Nigeria postal codes for different states.

In essence, Nigeria postal zip code, Nigeria zip code and postal code all have the same meaning.

List of All Nigeria Postal Codes

Nigeria Postal code
Postal Codes for Nigerian Cities
Abia, Umuahia440001
Abuja, Abuja900001
Adamawa, Yola640001
Akwa-Ibom520001
Anambra420001
Bauchi740001
Borno600001
Cross-River, Calabar240212
Delta320001
Edo300001
Enugu400001
Imo460001
Jigawa720001
Kano700001
Kaduna800001
Katsina820001
Kebbi860001
Kogi260001
Kwara240001
Lagos, Island101001
Lagos, Mainland100001
Niger920001
Ogun110001
Ondo340001
Osun230001
Oyo200001
Plateau930001
Rivers500001
Sokoto840001
Taraba660001
Yobe320001
Ebonyi, Abakaliki840001

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