North-Eastern State

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Northeastern State, with the successor states named.

North-Eastern State is a former administrative division of Nigeria. It was created on 27 May 1967 from parts of the Northern Region, its capital was the city of Maiduguri. The North-Eastern is also full of agriculture and food.[citation needed]

On 3 February 1976, the state was divided into Bauchi, Borno and Gongola states. Gombe State was later split out of Bauchi, Yobe State from Borno and Gongola was split into Taraba State and Adamawa State.

North-Eastern State Governors[edit]