Jihar Ogun
Sunan barkwancin jiha: Jihar ƙofa.
Wuri
Wurin Jihar Ogun cikin Nijeriya.
Ƙidaya
Harsuna Yoruba, Turanci
Gwamna Ibikunle Amosun (APC)
An kirkiro ta 1976
Baban birnin jiha Abeokuta
Iyaka 16,980.55km²
Mutunci
2006 (ƙidayar yawan jama'a)

3,751,140
ISO 3166-2 NG-OG

Jihar Ogun Jiha ce dake kudu maso yammacin Najeriya. Wacce aka kirkira a ranar 3 ga watan Febrerun 1976 daga yankin jihar yammacin Najeriya. Jihar Ogun tana da iyaka da jihar Lagos daga kudu, jihar Oyo da Osun daga arewa, jihar Ondo da kuma Jamhoriyar Benin daga yamma. Babban birnin jihar itace Abeokuta, kuma itace birni mafi girma ta fuskar yawan jama'a. Sauran muhimman birane sun hada da, Ijebu Ode babban birnin Daular Ijebu, sai kuma Sagamu (inda akafi samun goro a Najeriya).[1] Ogun na da yanayi na rain forest da kuma manyan itace daga arewa maso yamma.

Jihar Ogun
mutanen Ogun
Babbar asibitin ogun

Tana da yawan fili kimanin kilomita araba’in 16,980.55[2] da yawan jama’a 3,751,140 (a bisa ƙidayar 2006). Inda jihar ta zamo ta 16 a yawan jama'a a Najeriya.[3] Gwamnan jihar shine Dapo Abiodun na jam'iyyar APC, wanda aka rantsar a ranar 29 ga watan Mayun, 2019 a babban filin wasan kwallo kafa na MKO Abiola Stadium dake Kuto, Abeokuta.

Ana mata lakabi da "Mashigar Najeriy" wato (Gateway of Nigeria), kuma garin tayi fice da manyan gidajen masana'antu da kuma zama tushen kere-kere a Najeriya. Sanannun masana'antun jihar sun hada da Kamfanin Simintin Dangote dake Ibese,[4] Kamfanin Nestle,[5] Kamfanin siminti na Lafarge dake Ewekoro, Kamfanin Memmcol dake Orimerunmu,[6] Kamfanin Coleman Cables dake Sagamu da Arepo,[7] Kamfanin Procter & Gamble dake Agbara[8] da dai sauransu.

Mafi akasarin mutanen Ogun Yarbawa ne,[9] inda suke amfani da harshen yarbanci a matsayin yaren garin. Addinai dake da mafi yawan mabiya sune Musulunci da Kiristanci, duk da akwai sauran mabiya addinan gargajiya a Jihar.[10] Jihar Ogun tayi fice a wajen samar da Shinkafar Ofada. Har wayau, jihar Ogun ta kasance gida ga taurari da manyan mutane daban daban a Najeriya da sassan Afurka gaba daya.

IyakokiGyara

 
Manyan gine gine Ogun
 
Gidan gwamnatin Ogun

Jihar Ogun tana da iyaka da jihohi huɗu: Lagos, Ondo, Osun da kuma Oyo.

 
Dutsun osun masu dubar da ruwa
 
Hanyar jigin kasa ta abekuta ogun

Ƙananan HukumomiGyara

Jihar Ogun nada ƙananan hukumomi guda ashirin (20). Sune:

Asalin yarukan Jihar Ogun sun hada da Ẹgba, the Ijebu, the Remo, the Egbado, the Awori da kuma Egun. Akwai kuma sauran kananan yaruka da kamar su Ikale, the Ketu, the Ohori da kuma Anago.[11]

Jihar Ogun ta rabu zuwa mazabu guda uku Ogun ta Tsakiya, Ogun ta Gabas da kuma Ogun ta Yamma.

Ogun ta Tsakiya ta kunshi mutanen Egba wanda ta mamaye kananan hukumomi shida: Abeokuta ta Arewa (Akomoje), Abeokuta ta Kudu (Ake), Ewekoro (Itori), Ifo (Ifo), Obafemi owode (Owode ẹgba) da kuma Odeda (Odeda).

Ogun ta Gabas ta kunshi mutanen Ijebu da kuma mutanen Remos wanda ta mamaye kananan hukumomi tara: Ijebu ta Gabas (Ogbẹrẹ), Ijebu ta Arewa (Ijebu Igbo), Ijebu ta Arewa maso Gabas (Attan), Ijebu ode (Ijebu ode), Ikenne (Ikenne remo), Odogbolu (Odogbolu), Ogun waterside (Abigi), Remo ta Arewa (Ilisan Remo) da kuma Sagamu (Sagamu).

Ogun ta Yamma ta kunshi mutanen Yewa (wanda aka sani da mutanen Egbado a da) wacce ta mamaye kananan hukumomi biyar: Ado odo Ota (Otta), Imeko Afon (Imeko), Ipokia (Ipokia), Yewa ta Arewa (Ayetoro) da kuma Yewa ta Kudu (Ilaro).

Ruwa (kogi)Gyara

Ilimi da gine-gineGyara

Jihar Ogun tana da ma yan Makarantun sakandare na gwamnati Tarayya wanda suka hada da Federal Government Girls' College, Sagamu[12] da kuma Federal Government College, Odogbolu[13] da Federal Science da kuma Technical College, Ijebu-Imushin.[14]

A Jihar Ogun akwai Jami'a ta Gwamnati Tarayya guda daya watau the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB[15]) da kuma kwalejin ilimi na Gwamnatin Tarayya guda daya, FCE Osiele wanda duka suna nan a karamar hukumar Odeda. Sannan akwai kwalejin ilimi ta jiha watau Tai Solarin College of Education (TASCE[16]) wacce aka fi sani a da da Kwalejin Jihar Ogun. Akwai kuma Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY[17]), wacce aka fi sani ada da Polytechnic ta jihar Ogun, Ojere, Abeokuta. Sai kuma Gateway Polytechnic Saapade,[18] Remo (GAPOSA), Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic,[19] Ijebu-Igbo (Aapoly) (wanda aka sani ada da 'The Polytechnic Ijebu-Igbo)


Har wayau, akwai jam'oi ƙarƙashin Gwamnatin jihar Ogun: Jami'ar Olabisi Onabanjo, Ago Iwoye (wacce aka fi sani da Jami'ar Jihar Ogun), da kuma Jami'ar Tai Solarin University of Education (TASUED[20]) Ijebu Ode.

Jihar Ogun tana da Jami'oi har guda tara wadda suke da rijista da kungiyar jam'oin Najeriya, wanda haƙan yasa ta zamo jiha mafi yawan jami'i a Najeriya. Sannan akwai jami'oi masu zaman kansu da dama,[21] kamar su Chrisland University, Abeokuta Bells University of Technology a Ota, Covenant University da kuma Babcock University dake Ilisan-Remo, wa ce itace Jami'a ta yan kasuwa ta farko a Najeriya.

Jihar tana da asibitoci da dama waɗanda suka hada dae Federal Medical Center dake babban birnin Abeokuta, da kuma Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital a Sagamu. Har ila yau akwai wurin horar masu bauta kasa wato National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) wanda ke karamar hukumar Sagamu.

Makarantun gaba da sakandareGyara

Sanannun wuraren bautaGyara

  • Wurin bauta na Bilikisu Sungbo Shrine, Oke-Eiri, kusa da Ijebu-Ode.
  • Cocin Lord (Aladura), Ogere Remo.
  • Redemption Camp (babban titin Lagos zuwa Ibadan)
  • Cocin 'Living Faith Church Worldwide', (akan babban titin Abeokuta zuwa Ibadan, Gbonagun, Obantoko)

Sanannun mutaneGyara

Wuraren ziyara a Jihar OgunGyara

Ma'adanan Jihar OgunGyara

Ma'adanan da ake iya samu a Jihar Ogun sun hada da:[25]

  • Taɓo
  • Limestone da Phosphate
  • Bitumen
  • Kaolin
  • Gemstone
  • Feldspar

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