Nigerian Federation News Report Series: Delta State Government Relations With Other States [2020 Decade]

Nigerian Federation News Report Series: Delta State Government Relations With Other States [2020 Decade] is a reliable assessment which documents, promotes and celebrates the positive relations and contributions between Delta State and other Nigerian states.

This independent study by PositiveNaija serves as a monitoring tool to reveal the progress as well as practical relevance of true federalism based on how Nigerian states are collaborating or partnering or investing with each other in the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Donations are excluded in this study.

Based on the core values of integrity, accountability, progress and excellence, the goals of this study therefore include the promotion of the following:

  • Good governance – visionary, positive, responsive and impactful political interactions leadership.
  • Equitable, innovative and sustainable development.

Nigerian Federation News Report Series: Delta State Government Relations With Other States [2020 Decade]

Nigerian Federation News Report Series: Delta State Government Relations With Other States [2020 Decade]

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AKWA IBOM STATE (Land of Promise)

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ANAMBRA STATE (Light of the Nation)

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BAUCHI STATE (Pearl of Tourism)

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BAYELSA STATE (Glory of all Lands)

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BENUE STATE (Food Basket of the Nation)

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BORNO STATE (Home of Peace)

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CROSS RIVER STATE (The People’s Paradise)

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DELTA STATE (The Big Heart)

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Ebonyi state (Salt of the Nation)

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Edo state (Heartbeat of The Nation)

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Ekiti state (Land of Honour and Integrity)

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Enugu state (Coal City State)

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Gombe state (Jewel of the Savannah)

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Imo state (Eastern Heartland)

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Jigawa state (The New World)

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Kaduna state (Centre of Learning)

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Kano state (Centre of Commerce)

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Katsina state (Home of Hospitality)

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Kebbi state (Land of Equity)

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Kogi state (The Confluence State)

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Kwara state (State of Harmony)

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Lagos state (Centre of Excellence)

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Nasarawa state (Home of Solid Minerals)

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Niger state (The Power State)

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Ogun state (Gateway State)

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Ondo state (Sunshine State)

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Osun state (Land of Virtue)

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Oyo state (Pace Setter State)

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Plateau state (Home of Peace and Tourism)

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Rivers state (Treasure Base of the Nation)

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Sokoto state (Seat of the Caliphate)

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Taraba state (Nature’s Gift to the Nation)

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Yobe state (Pride of the Sahel)

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Zamfara state (Farming is Our Pride)

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Research credits

*This work [Nigerian Federation News Report Series: Delta State Government Relations With Other States (2020 Decade)] was first researched, written and poster designed by Toju Micheal Ogbe – without interference or sponsorship by the featured countries.

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