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List Of Nupe Villages And Towns In Nigeria

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Nupe Villages And Towns In Niger state, Kwara state, Kogi state

Here are the list of Top Nupe Villages and Towns in Nupe land, The Nupe people are called different names by various tribes in Nigeria . The Yoruba refer to them as Takpa , the Hausas call them Nufawa (Plural) or Banufe (Singular). The Gbagyi ( Gwari / Gbari ) refer to them as Anupeyi.
The Nupe peoplerefer to themselves as Nupenchizhi(Plural) and Nupenchi (Singular).

The Nupe comprises other related ethnic groups or sub-tribes namely; Dibo, Abawa , Gana-Gana , Kakanda , Bassa nge / Nupe Tako , Kupa .
The Nupe people in River Area’s are call Kyede or Batachi , they are specialized in fishing ( e.g River Niger Base ) while the Nupes in Jungle area’s are refer to as Latichi , most of these Nupe people focus on farming and rearing of animal .

Some Nupe houses in villages are builded up with red m blocks made up from loamy soil which they call Emi Egun or Emi Lankpa in Nupe language
Nupe people can be found in Niger state, Kwara state, Kogi state, Kaduna state and FCT Abuja.

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Nupe Villages And Towns In Nigeria

On this article, we have Arrange the Nupe towns and villages in Niger state , Kwara state and Kogi state , Nupe people are well recognize in all over Nigeria for their traditional festival , cultural dressing , attire and also their tribal marks.

Almost 70% of Nupe villages are near river area’s, Some Nupe villages are sorrounded by deep rivers while few of them are on savanna area’s, Nupe people of river area’s refer to them selve as Kyedye , Bata chi while the Nupe’s of savanna refer them selves as “Lakpanti Chi” , there are also other Nupes who lives in Jungle area’s also refer to them selves as Lati Chi or Kusopa Chi.

The Nupe’s of river area’s mostly focus on fishing and cultivation of rice while the Nupe people of savanna and jungle area’s focus on farming, hunting and rearing of animals e.g cattles, sheep, goat, pigs and other relate animals, the Nupe people who are near rivers usullay face problem on their farms and house’s in raining season, some of their plants and their houses flosh away in result of death cause by heavy rains, they also face problems of transportation through rivers port.

Nupe people are ranked up on 4th most Educated tribe in Nigeria and also one of the most strong hardworking tribe in Nigeria that concentrate on farming of Rice, Yam, Beans, Maize, Cassava, Corn, Milet, Guinea corn, Melon, Suya beans, Water melon, Sweet potato, Bambara nuts, Ground nuts and other crops.

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The Nupe comprises other related ethnic groups and sub-tribes namely; Nupe-dibo, Nupe-kakanda, Nupe-kupa, Nupe-bassa, Nupe-gana-gana.

The most popular Nupe towns are:

    1. Gbangba Dzuko
    2. Lemu
    3. Agaie
    4. Lapai
    5. Mokwa
    6. Wushishi
    7. Lafiyagi
    8. Patigi
    9. Tsonga
    10. Kutigi
    11. Bida
    12. Mantafien
    13. Doko

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Base on our research, we discover morethan 1000 Names of Nupe villages , below are the list of Nupe Towns & Nupe Villages in Niger state , Kwara state and Kogi state .

We listed all the popular towns and villages together Aphabetically, for you to easily navigate the name of your town or village, Kindly scroll down to the first later of the name of your village.

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List Of Nupe Towns And Villages In Niger state , Kwara state And Kogi state


  • Abaguta
  • Abuchado
  • Abugi
  • Adaman Likali
  • Adaloke
  • Adun
  • Ajakea
  • Ajigido
  • Alaba
  • Ala-Tswachi
  • Alera
  • Alilu
  • Aliko
  • Aligeta
  • Algeta-Bubakon
  • Aliyu Kenchi
  • Aliyu Yagi
  • Amina Woye
  • Anfaur
  • Afuwagi
  • Ayisa
  • Abu Sonmasu
  • Abukogi
  • Adamaru
  • Agbaitsu
  • Angbasa
  • Akare
  • Angbasa
  • Ankoro
  • Akape
  • Akote
  • Akotie
  • Akwano
  • Alashe
  • Alfa Kolo
  • Aliyu Gonyi
  • Alungiyi
  • Amude
  • AtsagbaSEE ALSO: Biography Of Nigerian Former IGP Ibrahim Idris Kpotun
  • Asba Takun
  • Ashara
  • Audu
  • Bafu
  • Babban
  • Baba wangwa
  • Bawagi
  • Baga Biri
  • Bakolo
  • Bara
  • Baro
  • Baratsu
  • Barje
  • Benuko
  • Bube
  • Bubakar
  • Babban Zaure
  • Bafaworo
  • Baki ja abo
  • Bata
  • Badegi
  • Bankwagi
  • Banshi
  • Bafita
  • Bata Mammagi
  • Batan Ndaba
  • Bachita
  • Bakondare
  • Beji
  • Bankogi
  • Bassa
  • Boro
  • Bugana
  • Bumigi
  • Butu
  • Butuyi
  • Baka
  • Bukka
  • Bukki
  • Batagi
  • Batako
  • Batati
  • Batakpa
  • Batako Ndarubu
  • Bida
  • Bido
  • Bidafu
  • Bichafu
  • Bini
  • Bisanti
  • Bisanti ll
  • Bisanti lll
  • Bisanti lV
  • Bissa
  • Biramafu
  • Boku
  • Bokungi
  • Boka
  • Bokangi
  • Bokani
  • Bongi
  • Bologi
  • Bugi
  • Buki Manu
  • Buku Kota
  • Bunugi
  • Busu
  • Bwaje
  • Chandudu
  • Chata Buro
  • Chata Giragi
  • Chata Mayaki
  • Chatafu
  • Cheche
  • Chekwu
  • Cheniyan
  • Cheniyan Tako
  • Cheniyan Tifin
  • Chewuru
  • Chewuya
  • Cheko
  • Cheku
  • Chakopanfu
  • Chekpa
  • Chekpadan
  • Chekpanfu
  • Chemity An
  • Chegungi
  • Chekpan
  • Cheji
  • Chitta
  • Chigbagba
  • Chiroro
  • Chikangi Woro
  • Chikangi Tyifin
  • Chogo
  • Chijimisu
  • Dabiri
  • Dacaita
  • Dacaita Sabo
  • Dachitako
  • Dakore
  • Dakani
  • Dakogi
  • Danchita Kolo
  • Dangi
  • Dabbo
  • Dabiti Woro
  • Dabban
  • Dadiyi
  • Daja
  • Dakuntagi
  • Dandu
  • Dankpa
  • Danko Masalachi
  • Danko Emi-Sheshi
  • Danko Emi-Gutagi
  • Danko Emi-Worogi
  • Danko Emi-Kearea
  • Danko Patishin
  • Dankuwagi
  • Dankumagi
  • Dogan
  • Dodogbagi
  • Doka
  • Dukusakun
  • Dunyutugi
  • Dasa ma Salali
  • Dasa Turia
  • Damashin
  • Dautigi-Borogun
  • Dina
  • Dikko
  • Da’agba
  • Dabagi
  • Dabanfu
  • Dabarako
  • Dada
  • Dakpan
  • Dakpan Babben
  • Dakpan Majin
  • Dakpan Woro
  • Danchitagi
  • Danchita-Shaba
  • Danchitako
  • Dangifu
  • Dandegi
  • Dzagun
  • Dantigi
  • Dantigi B
  • Dantigi Dzan
  • Dantigi Saba
  • Dapansode
  • Darachita
  • Darangi
  • Dari
  • Dasun
  • Dingi
  • Dogbe
  • Doko
  • Doko Bokun
  • Dokotigi
  • Doko-Kpan
  • Dokun
  • Doji
  • Dugbangi
  • Dutsu
  • Dukun Sakun
  • Dunguru
  • Dupanshi-Ladan
  • Duro
  • Duguyi
  • Dumagi
  • Dzuruta
  • Dwalle
  • Ebangi
  • Ebba
  • Ebe
  • Ebigi
  • Ebo
  • Ebo’agi
  • Echewu
  • Echinta
  • Ebwa
  • Edobaba
  • Ebu Sokun
  • Edati
  • Efagi
  • Edu
  • Egagi
  • Egan
  • Egwa
  • Ejigi
  • Ejeti
  • Ekogi
  • Ekogu
  • Ekubagi
  • Edobagi
  • Edogi
  • Edozhigi
  • Edogi Karami
  • Edogi Zhiman
  • Edogbo
  • Edochi Babban
  • Eforo
  • Egeneja
  • Egiko
  • Egbako
  • Egbati
  • Egbati Chatafu
  • Egbati Yisa
  • Egbe Dzama
  • Egbe Mamma
  • Egbeko
  • Egbya
  • EgidaSEE ALSO: The Rich Nupe Lagosians Of The 19th Century By Ndagi Abdullahi
  • Egokoti
  • Ehukpangi
  • Ejiki Kpata
  • Ekpan
  • Ekpangi
  • Ekpanko
  • Ekpegi
  • Ekido
  • Ekko
  • Ela
  • Elagi
  • Elagi II
  • Elomi
  • Elule
  • Emi-Afa
  • Emi-Audu
  • Emi-Alemaka
  • Emi-Amare Eyagi
  • Emi-Anderu
  • Emi-Bezhi
  • Emi-Bunu
  • Emi-Doji
  • Emi-Dale
  • Emi-Elegu
  • Emi-Ejimada
  • Emi-Goyi
  • Emi-Isah
  • Emi-Jibo
  • Emi-Kakara
  • Emi-Kolo-Sagi
  • Emi-Ladan
  • Emi-Lafiya
  • Emi-Likali
  • Emi-Man
  • Emi-Manko
  • Emi-Mayaki
  • Emi-Mustafa
  • Emi-Ndache
  • Emi-Ndaiji
  • Emi-Ndako
  • Emi-Ndayagi
  • Emi-Qoroyi
  • Emi-Rafi
  • Emi-Sagi
  • Emi-Sakiwa
  • Emi-Shaba
  • Emi-Sheshi
  • Emi-Shiru
  • Emi-Souma
  • Emi-Wasako
  • Emi-Woshi
  • Emi-Yamma
  • Emi-Yagi
  • Emi-Yatsu
  • Emi-Bube
  • Emi-Dwalle
  • Emi-Guni
  • Emi-Akpale
  • Emi-Dale
  • Emi-Busokungi
  • Emi-Tsuyankpa
  • Emi-Zanan
  • Emigi
  • Emigi-Manzhin
  • Emi-Giwa
  • Emi-Gilati
  • Emi-Jibo
  • Emi-Jiko
  • Emitan-Legbo
  • Emi-Tete
  • Emitsu
  • Emitsu-Alhassan
  • Emitsu-Dangana
  • Emitsu-Mmadu
  • Emiworongi-Babba
  • Emi-Gba
  • Emi-Epe
  • Emi-Titswayan
  • Emi-Adama
  • Emi-Gara
  • Emi-Gozan
  • Emi-Liman
  • Emi-Madaki
  • Emi-Maru
  • Emi-Maru-Chekpa
  • Emi-Nadaoko
  • Emi-Ndaturaki
  • Emi-Sheshi-Pati
  • Emi-Sollawu
  • Emi-Tsadu
  • Emi-Tsagba
  • Emi-Tsadu-Rani
  • Emi-Woro
  • Emi-Worogi
  • Emi-Yakako
  • Emi-Dewo
  • Emi-Iyeti
  • Emi-Ndako
  • Emi-Rowa
  • Emi-Sanmasu
  • Emi-Takogi
  • Emi-Tswachi
  • Emi-Tsowa
  • Emi-Tswayan
  • Emi-Yagi
  • Emi-Dachi
  • Emiaru-Sabo
  • Emibezhi
  • Emigiyatsu
  • Emi-Kupa
  • Emitsu-Bubakar
  • Emitsu-Isado
  • Emitsu-Yagi
  • Emiyezhi
  • Enogogi
  • Enu-Gaka
  • Edita-Gushe
  • Emagiti
  • Emagiti Gadza
  • Enkede
  • Enugi
  • Esun
  • Esun-Dari
  • Esungi
  • Epan
  • Esako
  • Essa
  • Essan
  • Essanzhi
  • Essangi
  • Essan-Kuchita
  • Essan-Patisan
  • Essun
  • Etsu
  • Etsu-Agaie
  • Etsu-Audu
  • Etsu-Sidi
  • Etsu-Diko
  • Etsu-Abu
  • Etsu-Alashe
  • Etsu-Yisa
  • Ewu-Zuma
  • Edoko
  • Edokota
  • Edotsu
  • Egbatisan
  • Egubi
  • Egunkpa
  • Ejiko
  • Ejingi
  • Evatagi
  • Esheti
  • Ewanko
  • Emi-Shiru
  • Ekpagi
  • Ekwa
  • Enagi
  • Erina
  • Evunti
  • Evunta
  • Evuntagi
  • Evunta Emiman
  • Eppa
  • Eyeforogi
  • Eyeforogi Tifin
  • Ewugi
  • Eyangi
  • Ezhigi
  • Fada
  • Faigi
  • Fakinba
  • Fakumba
  • Fangan
  • Favu
  • Fay
  • Fayigi
  • Fembo
  • Fembo Degi
  • Fitila
  • Fofo
  • Foti
  • Fogbe
  • Fugagi
  • Funti
  • Fujeregi
  • Gaba
  • Gada Woro
  • Gada Gbako
  • Gada Boszuwa
  • Gada Majin
  • Gada Ndako
  • Gabanginigi
  • Gagato
  • Gakpan
  • Gashefu
  • GanwoSEE ALSO: How Katsina Was Originated From Nupe People
  • Ganabigi
  • Gara
  • Gari
  • Gata
  • Gatagi
  • Gbaji
  • Gbado
  • Gbale
  • Gbara
  • Gbarako
  • Gbaradogi
  • Gbajibo Liafu
  • Gbaugi
  • Gbadagun
  • Gbamache
  • Gbamigi
  • Gbadafu
  • Gbaricaogi
  • Gbagunta
  • Gbanchita
  • Gbakogi
  • Gbangba Dzuko
  • Gbangba Tsofogi
  • Gbangban
  • Gbagibo
  • Gbaginigo Tako
  • Gbandun
  • Gbangede
  • Gbanguba
  • Gbata Mangi
  • Gbobe
  • Gbodu
  • Gbodoti
  • Gbogbonti
  • Gboloko
  • Gbegbaruku
  • Gbimigi
  • Gidan
  • Gidan Gwari
  • Gidanko
  • Gina
  • Gwako
  • Gwarizhiko
  • Gabi
  • Gadza
  • Gazhe Lati
  • Gazhe Evunta
  • Gazhe Emi Ndamajin
  • Gazhe Tadima
  • Gakogi
  • Gb/Ndaijiko
  • Gbugbu
  • Gogogi
  • Gbogifu
  • Goyinko
  • Gbate
  • Gbete
  • Gbebon Zhitsu
  • Gberifu
  • Gbimuta
  • Gegata
  • Gidegi
  • Gipa Eyagi
  • Girigichi
  • Goga
  • Gogata
  • Gogata Rabo
  • Gogatagi
  • Gogota
  • Gogomangotigi
  • Gorogban
  • Gonna
  • Gonnagi
  • Gonda
  • Gondagi
  • Godiwa
  • Goshigi
  • Goshigi Inchiko
  • Goshigi Tetengi
  • Ghogon
  • Goyata Cekpa
  • Gubagi
  • Guidi
  • Gupa
  • Gusadi
  • Gutsungi
  • Gusadi-Kenko
  • Guduko
  • Gulu
  • Gushe
  • Giwa Yagi
  • Godogo
  • Gonagi
  • Gboke
  • Gboyagi
  • Gebo
  • Gekun
  • Girin
  • Gudi
  • Gubata pichiko
  • Gunba
  • Gunge
  • Gwasakun
  • Gudu Dzuru
  • Gudu Rafi
  • Gudungu
  • Guga Ezhegi
  • Guye
  • Guye Dadi
  • Guye Doko
  • Guregi
  • Gutagi
  • Gutako
  • Halidu
  • Idda
  • Indiga
  • Ikpegi
  • Iwu’afun
  • Jadu
  • Jebba
  • Ja’agi
  • Jangana
  • Jatau
  • Jeban Chiko
  • Jima
  • Jipo
  • Jipo ll
  • Jiyako
  • Jiyako’ntako
  • Jigada
  • Jipan
  • Kabawa-Lokoja Kaji
  • Kagowogi
  • Kalache
  • Kalobu
  • Karo
  • Kangiwa
  • Kangi makun
  • Kansanagi
  • Kantogi
  • Kpaki
  • Kpakiko
  • Kpakifu
  • Kpandara
  • Kpandaragi
  • Kpwatwa
  • Kpapechi
  • Kpauta Nakoji
  • Kpachita
  • Kpachitagi
  • Kpiangbia
  • Katcha
  • Kado
  • Kakati
  • KalakalaSEE ALSO: The First Professor In Nupe Land
  • Kaliko
  • Kanankogi
  • Kanko
  • Kapu-Kupa
  • Kanyinko
  • Katuna
  • Kasankogi
  • Kubo
  • Kutai
  • Kutiriko
  • Kutu
  • Kuchegi
  • Kutunkwachi
  • Kwankwagi
  • Kwaragi
  • Kwale
  • Kwata Chedu
  • Kuchi
  • Kuchitagi
  • Kuchi Woro
  • Kuchi Gbako
  • Kudogi
  • Kudu
  • Kudugi Nakorji
  • Kukakugi
  • Kukeche
  • Kujinkpa
  • Kuso
  • Kusogi
  • Kusogi Danchi
  • Kusopa
  • Kukpanti
  • Kuyi Babba
  • Kagowogi
  • Kanko Mamman
  • Kanworo
  • Kanzhi
  • Kashi
  • Kashiko
  • Kashi Koko
  • Karami
  • Karamio
  • Karani
  • Karati
  • Kakpiyi
  • Katakpo
  • Katamba Bologi
  • Katayeregi
  • Kechigi
  • Kperegi
  • Kpere Dukun
  • Kele
  • Ketso
  • Kenchi Kaza
  • Kange
  • Kanje
  • Kanchitagi
  • Kinbokun
  • Kintako
  • Kiban
  • Kochikota
  • Kobbo
  • Kochila
  • Kodan
  • Kodo
  • Kodogi
  • Kopa
  • Kpange
  • Kpotun
  • Kologa
  • Kolo Nnatsu
  • Kolosa
  • Koko
  • Kokochi
  • Kokodo
  • Kokoluki
  • Kokonna
  • Koro
  • Koshi
  • Koya
  • Kutigi
  • Kutigberi
  • Kubata
  • Kusota
  • Kuso Ndalegbo
  • Kusomunun
  • Kowangi
  • Kpankpa
  • Kpatsuwa
  • Kpada
  • Kpadako
  • Kpafu
  • Kpatanti
  • Kpotu Nupe
  • Kpanbo
  • Kpata
  • Kpata Dzuru
  • Kpata kpale
  • Kpatagi
  • Kpayita
  • Kpashafu
  • Katambako
  • Kuchikota
  • Kuchita Alkali
  • Kueifa
  • Kupa
  • Kupafu
  • Kupakpa
  • Kupa Ndagbachi
  • Kupe
  • Kuragba
  • Kusako
  • Kusogoyi
  • Kusoyaba
  • Kuyi Karami
  • Kumigi
  • Kwabagi
  • Kwakwagi
  • Lade
  • Ladan
  • Ladingi
  • Lagun
  • Lagungi
  • Lanle
  • Lanlegi
  • Lankorogi
  • Lakan
  • Lalagi
  • Lata
  • Latayi
  • Lata Woro
  • Lata Nna
  • Lapai
  • Latiko
  • Lele
  • Lenzhi
  • Lekun
  • Legbo
  • Legbo Dzukum
  • Legbo Kutigi
  • Legbo Kota
  • Lafiyagi
  • Lafiyagi kuli
  • Lafiyagi Nmadu
  • Lafiyagi Ebigi
  • Lemu
  • Lemuta
  • Letswa
  • Liman
  • Liman II Fin
  • Lile
  • Li Tako
  • Likaliko
  • Likofu
  • Lime Durakpe
  • Likpata
  • Lukoro
  • Laga
  • Langi Gbafu
  • Lago
  • Lakin
  • Lakin Minigi
  • Laukorogi
  • Leafu
  • Lenjeh
  • Logunma
  • Lokogoma
  • Lokoja
  • Lakpena
  • Lealea
  • Lemi
  • Lori
  • Magi
  • Maito
  • Maitafa
  • Magya
  • Magujin
  • Mammagi
  • Mamu
  • Mambe
  • Mami
  • Mamasala
  • Manba
  • Mandzukwa
  • Mangevula
  • Mangoyi
  • Manmuna
  • Mancha
  • Mantafien
  • Mantuntun
  • Manko
  • Maniman
  • Manwokpa
  • Man Yisa
  • Man Jiya
  • Man Zainu
  • Man Woro
  • Masaasa
  • Masani
  • Mawogi
  • Maraba
  • Mayaki
  • Mayaki Yisa
  • Muchi
  • Muchita
  • Mundisabo
  • Munditsofo
  • Muwo
  • Makera
  • Makun
  • Makunfu
  • Makun Sidi
  • Makun Ndamaru
  • Matajiya
  • Mato
  • Madege
  • Mafu
  • Magoji
  • Mafogi
  • Mai Nasara
  • Magaji
  • Magiwaya
  • Malele
  • Majigi
  • Majin Badi
  • Majin Gari
  • Majin Karami
  • Majin Kaji
  • Majin Ndaishi
  • Majin Zhitsu
  • Majinsen
  • Makussan
  • Man Ganagidi
  • Man Gojere
  • Manafu
  • Managi
  • Mapa
  • MandafaSEE ALSO: The NUPE TIMELINE By Áma Ndagi Abdullahi
  • Malagi
  • Maliye
  • Mashina
  • Mayisa
  • Manzwakwa
  • Masagi
  • Masalachi
  • Makwagi
  • Mowo
  • Mokwa
  • Manjin Woro
  • Manjin Gbako
  • Mawokpan
  • Mayin Raka
  • Maza
  • Medede
  • Mengarasa
  • Mijin Dadi
  • Minin
  • Miningi
  • Mude
  • Mudagi
  • Mutun Daya
  • Mungorota
  • Muye
  • Mushina
  • Mywofu
  • Nami
  • Nasarawa
  • Nangia
  • Nankokan
  • Nanko Shempa
  • Ndalu
  • Ndamaraki
  • Nda Baba
  • Nda bisan
  • Nda Doko
  • Nda Bida
  • Nda Lada
  • Nda Lele
  • Nda Maza
  • Nda Mamman
  • Ndache Kolo
  • Ndache Suma
  • Ndadzan
  • Ndadzuru
  • Ndadzurumi
  • Ndagbira
  • Ndagbachi
  • Ndagiwagi
  • Ndagi Ladan
  • Ndagi Majaidu
  • Ndaiji Gozan
  • Ndakama
  • Ndakasa
  • Ndakotsu-Allah
  • Ndarubu
  • Ndarunbu
  • Ndanawan
  • Ndeiji San
  • Niguba
  • Nimadu
  • Nina Tukuru
  • Ninwoye
  • Ninguba
  • Nmagunu
  • Ndakogi
  • Ndakogana
  • Ndakwama
  • Nupeko
  • Nuwan Dzurugi
  • Nagenu
  • Ndasako
  • Nda’aba
  • Ndadzan
  • Nda Ganshi
  • Nda Saran
  • Nda Shanko
  • Ndache Mamman
  • Ndache Shanko
  • Ndaka Gisau
  • Ndache Yeko
  • Ndache Babbo
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  • Ndafu
  • Ndaiji
  • Ndaijiko
  • Ndako
  • Ndanaku
  • Ndakogana
  • Ndakotsu Gbangba
  • Ndakotsu Shirun
  • Ndalado
  • Ndamake
  • Nda madaki
  • Ndamanman
  • Ndarubu
  • Nda Chima
  • Nda Lada
  • Ndagbegi
  • Ndasheuko
  • Ndatuki
  • Ndaturaki
  • Ndaruka
  • Nibo
  • Nmagunu
  • Nngwogegi
  • Nnabini
  • Nnadefa
  • Nnadefu
  • Nnadidi
  • Nnakpiatia
  • Nnafyane
  • Nku
  • Nkochi
  • Nuwanko
  • Nuwanko-Somman
  • Nuwankota
  • Nungban
  • Nyankpo
  • Pasha
  • Pati Dzuru
  • Pati Emi Sheshi
  • Pati Nda
  • Pati Ndaiji
  • Pati Liman
  • Pati Tabo
  • Patigi Tabo
  • Patishin
  • Ragun
  • Pachi
  • Pachifu
  • Pachiko
  • Pati Atitu
  • Patifagi
  • Patigi
  • Patigi-Edozhigi
  • Patigi Dukpan
  • Patitagi
  • Potungi
  • Pakara Gari
  • Pakara Tasha
  • Patiko
  • Patoshin
  • Pichifu
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  • Poto
  • Puta
  • Putota
  • Ra’aba
  • Rabachi
  • Ragada
  • Rogota
  • Rogun
  • Rokota
  • Rifun
  • Rundu
  • Rufai
  • Ruga
  • Rugata
  • Rukpa
  • Rukpete
  • Rukwaji
  • Sa’ako
  • Sabon Gari
  • Sabon Gida
  • Sa’achi
  • Sanchi
  • Sanchita
  • Sanchitagi
  • Sagunwo
  • Sakiwo
  • Salga
  • S/Gida
  • Saba
  • Sagannuwan
  • Sagannuwan Kula
  • Sagannuwan Pachi
  • Sakiwa
  • Sakofu
  • Sakpe
  • Sakpefu
  • Sonfada Kpotun
  • Santali
  • Santali Umanu-Dandgi
  • Sarauta
  • Senpegi
  • Senkpata
  • Shaba Dangana
  • Shaba Dangana Il
  • Shabafu
  • Shabe Nupe
  • Shangi
  • Sheshi
  • Sheshi Gona
  • Sheshi Wara
  • Sheshi Bikun
  • Sheshi Yaka’a
  • Sheshi Benu
  • Sheshi Nnako
  • Sheshi Rani
  • Sheshi Mandiko
  • Sheshiko
  • Sheshishi
  • Sheshi Legbo
  • Sheshi Babba
  • Shigo
  • Shipo
  • Soje Benu
  • Somiyan
  • Sonfadako
  • Sonfara
  • Sokomba
  • Sotowutsu
  • SokingiSEE ALSO: Nupe Whot Game Apk
  • Sogba
  • Swajiya
  • Swajiya Tsu
  • Swasu Dzuma
  • Shirun
  • Shintakwu
  • Shikolo
  • Saminaku
  • Sanchigi
  • Shaku
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  • Shaba Legbo
  • Shaba washi
  • Shaba Yisa
  • Shanbalagbo
  • Sheti
  • Sheshi Ya Benu
  • Sheshiko
  • Sodi
  • Sodi Woro
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  • Sosa
  • Sudugi
  • Sollawu
  • Sollawu Tako
  • Soman
  • Somazhiko
  • Somazhigi
  • Sonfachako
  • Somazhigi bata
  • Sunti
  • Sunkuso
  • Suansun
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  • Swagungi-Sebon
  • Ta’ada
  • Tagagi
  • Takun
  • Takunti
  • Takunkabagi
  • Takun Nuwangi
  • Tandigi
  • Tangwagi
  • Tangwagi-Woro
  • Tankpafu
  • Tebu
  • Tyabo
  • Twanle
  • Timigi
  • Titin
  • Tiwugi
  • Tisa
  • Totoko
  • Tsado-Zhiko
  • Tsa’adu
  • Tsa’aduko
  • Tsakpati
  • Tsakpashi
  • Tsogi
  • Tsoberu
  • Tabo
  • Tabo Woro
  • Tabo Gbako
  • Tanapa
  • Tanbigi
  • Tanbigi Woro
  • Tanti Wusa Isa
  • Takete
  • Tatabu
  • Teteko
  • Terdozeko
  • Todo
  • Ts/Majin
  • Ts/Mayake
  • Tsachu Nda
  • Tsadza
  • Tsadugi
  • Tsadu Dwale
  • Tsadu Rani
  • Tsaragi
  • Tsanban
  • Tsanwuyagi
  • Tsoda
  • Tsowa
  • Tsowa Dzuru
  • Tsowa Nda
  • Tsowa Nangia
  • Tsufeneti
  • Tswako
  • Tswata
  • Tswatagi
  • Tswagba
  • Tswawa
  • Tswanku Tako
  • Tswanku Tifi
  • Tswangulu
  • Tswasha Benu
  • Tswashako
  • Tswatafi
  • Tswatswana
  • Tswachi
  • Tswachiko
  • Tswayan
  • Tswayan Doka
  • Tashin’nawugi
  • Tokuzhi
  • Tumaka
  • Tutugi
  • Tukugi Ndatan
  • Tunga Benu
  • Tungan-Kawo
  • Twaki
  • Twakifu
  • Twanku
  • Tsadu Kafa
  • Tsadu Kashi
  • Tsadu-Baraja
  • Tsadze
  • Tsakpazhi
  • Tsowyin
  • Tswako yagi
  • Tswako-Makun
  • Tswako-Yabi
  • Tswanyan
  • Tswasha
  • Tswa’agba
  • Tswagi Tako
  • Tswatagi
  • Tswanle
  • Takpa
  • Vunchi
  • Vunlegbo
  • Ushiba
  • Umaru
  • Umaru Baba
  • Uban Doma
  • Wadata
  • Wanchin Gana
  • Wanchin Saba
  • Walin Gana
  • Wasagi
  • Wa’agi
  • Wache
  • Wache Sheshi
  • Wanchinko
  • Wan/Aliyu
  • Wanbaji
  • Wanbaji Aliyu
  • Wanigi
  • Wawagi
  • Wode
  • Wuya
  • Wuya Kedye
  • Wuya Sona
  • Wuya Kanti
  • Wuya Kpansanako
  • Wuya Sokomba
  • Wutere
  • WunaSEE ALSO: Nupe Fish Wallpaper App
  • Wuna Tako
  • Wuna Ebiko
  • Wuna Wura
  • Wuna Gbako
  • Wuna Zhinde
  • Wunankan
  • Wupo
  • Washigi
  • Wonigi
  • Woro
  • Wodata
  • Wotokpan
  • Wuchita
  • Wushishi
  • Yabagi
  • Yabatagi
  • Yagbinti
  • Yamma Shirun
  • Yakaji
  • Yakudu
  • Yalwa
  • Yamigi
  • Yazhingi-Tswala
  • Yikangi
  • Yikangi Tako
  • Yizhigi
  • Yizhigi Tsadu
  • Yisa Dzuru
  • Yagbindi
  • Yagbafu
  • Yakubu
  • Yebotsu
  • Yelwa
  • Yelwa ll
  • Yeti
  • Yidabo
  • Yilakocat
  • Yinfu
  • Zabbo
  • Zago
  • Zanto
  • Zakari
  • Zambufu
  • Zanchita
  • Zanchitagi
  • Zangara
  • Zimbo
  • Zannagi
  • Zanfita Dakun
  • Zurfu
  • Zuzungi
  • Zhiganti
  • Zhiman
  • Zhitula
  • Zhiwu
  • Zhigun

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Note: These are not the full list of Nupe villages because it’s not an easy task, but we try our best to make sure all the popular Nupe villages are mention in this Article.

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MD Abdulmalik ( Gbangba ), Aliyu Baba ( Gbangba) , Fatimah Mohammed ( Gbangba ), Salihu Gbangba, Yusuf Zakari Mantafien, Abdullahi Zakari Mantafien, Muhammad Ali Aliox, Al-hassan Sheshi Mustapha, Habeeb Ndako, El Omar, Áma Ndagi Abdullahi, Osman Dzu-nuraini, Etsuyankpa Yausakpata Godiwa, Hauwa Zubairu, Muhammed Sule Ibrahim, Mohammed Jibrin, Salihu Mohammed, Suleiman Abdulkadir, Sîr MI, Ruqayyah Yahaya, Muhammad Jibrin Etsu, Yahaya Ibrahim Yackson, Meenat Umar, Meenah Mohammed, Bubba Etsu Atahiru, Mohammed Baba, Usman Zakari, Abdulrahman Kpachitagi, Salihu Baba, Baba Isah Muhammadu, Hassan Saba Kowangi, Abu Jiya Aishat, Mohammed Dauda, Yamma Ndako, Hassan Yahaya Elomi, Bala Shehu Kinbokun, Yahaya Muhammad Gba-ezhiko, Sunday Ezekiel, Umar Youngcisse (Mantafien), Haruna Moh’d Sunkuso, Philip Jiya Abu, Abubakar Shabafu, Isah Yabagi, Dumagi Babs, Bala Abdullahi, Humar Adam, Alfa Abubakar, Real Yahya Harmard, Umar Usman, Fati Jiya, Jibril Bana, Mohammed Adamu Sosa, Abdullahi Muhammad Chakyatoba Amc, Tauheed Mohammed, Kolo Joshua, Abdullahi Ahmed Alkaki, Abdul-wali Rabiat Abubakar Shonga, Umar Ahmed, Al Amin Muhammad, Haruna Ibn Muhammad, Musa Saidu Muhammad, Agbara Ibn Boku, Saidu Muhammadu Wabi, Adamu K A Shipo, Mohammed Babainuwa, Muhammad Usman, Ibrahim Bala Mohammed, Ibrahim B Jibrin, Abdullahi S Bello.

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16 COMMENTS

  1. Very nice first in history as i know, but all our villages is not included, and they are
    Danko masalaci
    Danko Nemi sheshi
    Danko Emi gutagi
    Danko Emi Worogi
    Danko Emi kearea
    Danko patishin

  2. Thanks for your comment, if you have something to say base on the error's you detected in this article, we recommand you to contact the admin of this website, but is prohibited to say it here.

  3. Well done for promoting our cultural diversity…
    But my village name is not added.
    In kwara state, patigi LG precisely we have;
    1. Rani-Woro
    2. Rani-Rahmat
    3.Rani-Ndako
    4. Bongi
    5. Ekati
    6. Gbodonji
    7. Kakafu
    8. Dzwajiwo
    9. Magya
    10. Likofu
    12. Sakpefu
    13. Tankpafu

  4. Masagafu is popular but you never mention it here .masaga in gbako local government is not small rural you supposed to mention it here na

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