Top 10 most industrial states in Nigeria

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1. Lagos State

This is the heart of commerce and industry in Nigeria! It is the most economically important state of the country and has hundreds of industries. It is also the center of innovation and IT technologies in the country.
2. Rivers State
The capital and largest city of the state is Port Harcourt, it is also one of the most significant cities in Nigeria! Rivers State is one of the biggest suppliers of income to the nation. The state is rich in natural resources like oil and gas.
3. Ogun State

Ogun state is located in the south-western region of the country; it is called the Gateway to Nigeria. It is home to a lot of industries including food, textile, ceramic and beverage industries. It is a perfect place to invest money in Nigeria.
4. Anambra State

is one of the biggest oil and gas exploration areas in the country, you can find a lot of natural resources like ceramic, bauxite, crude oil and natural gas here.
5. Abia State

One of the most prominent industries in the region is the gas and crude oil production industry. It holds different industries like cosmetics, footwear, cement, plastics, soap, рharmaceuticals and textile industries.
6. Oyo State

Oyo state is home to one of the largest tobacco companies in the country. It holds a lot of juicy investment opportunities and is also one of the largest agricultural centers in the country!
7. Kano State

The most industrialized state in the north of Nigeria. Kano State currently has over one hundred different industries. These include animal feed, dairy products, m food, soft drinks, furniture, ceramics, enamelware, plastics, footwear, textile, cosmetics etc
8. Akwa Ibom State

Akwa Ibom state launched the first Electric Metering Industry in Nigeria. home for various chemical industries in the southern region And the highest oil and gas producing states in the country.
9. Osun State
Osun State is one of the centers for the chemical industry of Nigeria
Some prominent industries in the area include Samtop Paint Chemical Industries, Criss Cross Integrated Services, Webring Integrated Services Limited, etc.
10. Imo State

majority of the economic activities in the area bother around agriculture.This state is rich in various natural resources like zinc, oil and gas. You can find over 160 oil wells in Imo State. It’s houses lots of petroleum industries

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