Bauchi State

Bauchi State was created in February 1976 from the former North Eastern State by the then regime of General Murtala Mohammed. It originally included the area now in Gombe State, which became a distinct state in 1996. It is made up of 20 local government areas.Its capital Bauchi.

Located in the North-Eastern part of the Nigeria, Bauchi State covers 45,837 square kilometers. Bauchi State is bounded by Kano and Jigawa to the north, Yobe and Gombe to the east and Kaduna State to the west and Plateau and Taraba State to the south.

The entire western and northern parts of the state are generally mountainous and rocky. This is as a result of the closeness of the state to the Jos Plateau and Cameroun mountains.

Bauchi state is one of the states in the Northern part of Nigeria that span two distinctive vegetation zones, namely, the Sudan Savannah and the Sahel Savannah. Two main rivers transverse the state, the Gongola and Hadejia rivers. The climatic condition of Bauchi State is very hot in the months of April and May, while December and January are the coldest months.

Bauchi State has a total of 55 tribal groups in which Hausa, Fulani, Gerawa, Sayawa, Jarawa, Bolewa, Kare-Kare, Kanuri, Warjawa, Zulawa, and Badawa are the main tribes.

The State house government house serves as the Official home to the state governor  or chief state executive of the state and their families.It is the official venue for events such as the state's executive council meetings,government conferences,swearing in of cabinet members and of course the Governor's official business.It can also be used as receptions and functions hosted by individuals,some arms of the state government also has offices at the state government house

Bauchi state is an agricultural state. Its vast fertile soil is an added advantage for agricultural products, which include maize, rice, millet, groundnut and guinea corn. Irrigation farming is practiced and supported by the use of dams like Balanga dam, etc. Cattle and other livestock are also reared in the state.

The state also has manufacturing industries in the area of Iron and Steel, Water, Ceramics, Food and Beverages etc.

  1. Alkaleri,
  2. Bauchi,
  3. Bogoro,
  4. Dambam,
  5.  Darazo,
  6.  Dass,
  7. Gamawa,
  8. Giade,
  9.  Ganjuwa,
  10.  Jama'are
  11.  Itas - Gadau,
  12.  Katagum,
  13.  Kirfi,
  14.  Misau
  15.  Ningi,
  16.  Shira,
  17.  Tafawa Balewa,
  18. Toro,
  19.  Warji,
  20.  Zaki.

Business Investment Opportunities in Bauchi State

  • Tourist Guide
  • Hotel Business
  • Cab Business
  • Motor Bike and Tricycle Store
  • Telecommunication Merchandize
  • Electronics Store
  • Gift Shop
  • Farming Business
  • Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University.
  • Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi.
  • FGGC Bauchi.
  • College of Education - Azare.
  • National Open University Bauchi.
  • Reliable Academy Yana.