Overview of Kibbe
Kebbi State with a total population of 3,238,628 as per 2006 National census comprises of 21 Local Government Areas and 4 Emirates Councils each under a first class Emir. They are Gwandu, Argungu, Yauri and Zuru. Emir of Gwandu is the Chairman of Kebbi State Council of Chiefs.
Like all other State in the country, Kebbi State has diverse ethnic composition with the following as the major tribes; Hausas, Dakarkari (Lalna), Kambari, and Zabarmawa.
In terms of Cultural Festivals and Artifacts, the state is famous in the Argungu international Fishing and the Zuru annual Uhola Cultural Festivals. In addition, Kanta Museum Argungu, the tomb of Sheik Abdullahi Dan Fodio (Hubbare) at Gwandu; and Girmache Shrine at Zuru provide important tourist attraction sites.READ MORE
Boosting and modernizing agriculture in the state.
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