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Kebbi

(ˈkɛbɪ)
n
(Placename) a state of Nigeria, in the NW. Capital: Birnin-Kebbi. Pop: 3 238 628(2006). Area: 36 800 sq km (14 208 sq miles)
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The Minister stated this at a banquet held in his honour in Birnin Kebbi by the Kebbi State Government.
September 16, 2017, SPA -- More than 50 people were feared killed after a boat capsized in Nigeria's north-western Kebbi State, an official said today.
In addition to the current arrangement with Kebbi State, Lagos would go into partnership with neighboring states, to ensure sustainable inputs for the mill and foster regional economic integration.
A 1997 study described a community education intervention in Kebbi State, designed to make opinion leaders, such as village chiefs, change agents in the community.
Chapter six bring to the forefront the economic potentials of Kebbi state and Gwandu emirate.
The choropleth map identified significant clusters of leprosy in Kebbi state in the North West geopolitical zone of the country at P < 0-01.
The bill was sponsored byAaAaAeAeAaAeAeA Bala Ibn Na'allah, a member of the ru All Progressives Congress from Kebbi State, and has been widely panned for potentially limiting free speech and for allowing critics of lawmakers to be targeted.
An incitement to genocide by Bala Ibn N'Allah of Kebbi State, a Caliphate member of the Nigerian House of Representatives.
Onyenweaku CE and L Tanko Optimum Combination of Enterprises and Resource Allocation by Arable Crop Farmers in Kebbi State, Nigeria.
We would like to discuss on the publication of the research article, "High prevalence of asymptomatic malaria in apparently healthy schoolchildren in Aliero, Kebbi State, Nigeria" (1).
Tajal-Sir Mahjoub, has met with the Governor of the Nigerian Kebbi State and discussed means of boosting the relations between Sudan and Nigeria in the fields of health and education and agreed on signing a memo of understanding between Sudan and Kebbi State for consolidating the bilateral relations, especially in the fields of exchange of expertise and teachers.
Niger State is bordered to the north by Zamfara State, to the northwest by Kebbi State, to the south by Kogi State, to the southwest by Kwara State; while Kaduna State and the Federal Capital Territory border the State to the northeast and southeast, respectively (Figure 2).