About Kaduna State
Kaduna State is one of the 36 states in Nigeria. It is the industrial hub of the northern Nigeria, a major trade centre in the north, nearby cities and states depend on Kaduna for the transportation of their agricultural products through its road linkage and railway service. Kaduna has its fair share of occurrence and history in Nigeria with it becoming in 1917, the capital of the Northern Region during the British rule and later, the capital of the North-Central State in 1967. Kaduna is p on Kaduna River where the city got its name.
Points of interest around Kaduna State
Home to the Nok settlement, Jabi is where the ancient Nok culture can be found. The first terracotta figurines were found in the settlements. To the north-west of Kaduna is Kamuku National Park that has the vegetation of the Sudan-Guinea Savanna. Zaria is the education centre of Kaduna state and also home of Queen Amina, the warrior Queen. Queen Amina’s kingdom in Turunku, Zaria is a perfect spot for hiking as well as exploring the beauty of her stone carved throne and there are hotels in Zaria perfectly positioned to serve you.
The Amalgamation House is a notable building in Kaduna telling the tales of the time Nigeria became a country in 1914. Ending the civil war in 1970, cease fire was declared in this building in Kaduna. Still leaning towards history, here you find the colonial governor, Lord Lugard’s residence. Enjoy the scenery of the Kaduna River where the city got its name. For comfort and serenity, Trappco Ranch and Resort is the place to go. Kajuru Castle is another top destination where you can enjoy hiking and fishing. Polo sport is well celebrated in Kaduna.
Hotels in Kaduna State
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