Kaduna

state, north-central Nigeria. Its area includes the traditional emirate of Zaria and Jemaa town. Kaduna was substantially reduced in size when its ... [1 related articles]
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Kaduna

town, capital of Kaduna state, north-central Nigeria. It lies along the Kaduna River, which is a major tributary of the Niger River. Sir Frederick ... [1 related articles]
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Kaduna

Kaduna (kä"dOOnä') , town (1991 est. pop. 302,000), N Nigeria. A commercial and industrial center of N Nigeria, Kaduna has cotton-textile, beverage, and furniture factories. It is a rail and road junction and the trade center for the surrounding agricultural area. A pipeline connec...
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Kaduna

==History== Kaduna was founded by the British in 1913 and became the capital of Nigeria`s former Northern Region in 1917. It retained this status until 1967. Persons hailing from Kaduna include Efe Ambrose, Emmanuel Babayaro, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab (`the underwear bomber`), Celestine Babayaro(Nigerian footballers) and Fiona Fullerton (Britis......
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