Top 10 most educated states in Nigeria as per recent statistics

10. Ogun state

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10. Ogun state
The most prominent education facilities of Ogun state are three schools of the federal level:
  • Odogbolu College;
  • Sagamu College;
  • Federal Government Girls` College.
The State also has these higher institution:
  • Tai Solarin College of Education;
  • Federal University of Agriculture;
  • Moshood Abiola Polytechnic;
  • Olabisi Onabanjo University Ago Iwoye.
It`s not the whole list of the institutions in the state, but you can get a general picture of education in this part of the country!

9. Ondo state

9. Ondo State
Ondo State has its ups and downs when it comes to education. This process of education can be traced from Baba Adekunle Ajasin to Dr. Olusegun Mimiko. According to Hope Newspapers, the state used to be in the top five most educated states. Today, it has lost its education position. The situation in the state shows that without good administration it’s impossible to develop the educational sector.

8. Bayelsa state

8. Bayelsa State
According to the Vanguard, about N40 billion has been invested into the education system of the state in recent years. This sum of money was invested in infrastructure that can provide a higher level of education. According to the State Education Commissioner, this pile of money was used in accordance with the Restoration Government. The funds helped the state to get on this top 10 most educated states ranking.

7. Osun state

7. Osun State
The new vision of education from the present administration of Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola is to improve the Universal Primary Education in the state. Mr. Aregbesola focuses on promoting functional education in the institutions of the state. It seems that this strategy is paying off.

6. Abia State

6. Abia State
This state in the South-East of Nigeria has four highly qualified universities as its representatives of the level of education:
  • Rhema University;
  • Gregory University Uturu;
  • Abia State University;
  • Michael Okpara University of Agriculture.
Abia is one of the most peaceful states in Nigeria! Therefore, it provides great opportunities for investors of the educational sector in the state!

5. Anambra state

5. Anambra State
This state is famous for its metalworking and carving industry. The most prominent university that presents specialists of metalworking in the state is the Nnamdi Azikiwe University. The education sector of the state is concentrated in the technical areas.

4. Enugu state

4. Enugu State
The first indigenous Nigerian university, University of Nigeria Nsukka is located in this state. The state has a great variety of educational institutions that focuses on the sciences. Every community in the state has at least one state-governed school.

3. Lagos state

3. Lagos State
Lagos is known to be of the richest states in Nigeria. Consequently, the level of education in the state has shown an improved standard. Therefore, it`s not surprising to discover that Lagos is one of the vanguards of economic development in Nigeria!

2. Delta state

2. Delta State
It`s one of the most prominent states in Nigeria in terms of education. The most prominent institutions in the state are focused on the petroleum exploration.

1. Imo state

1. Imo State
The center of Imo state educational programme is concentrated in the capital of the state – Owerri. This city is a place for the most notable educational institutions in the whole of Nigeria!

The most educated state in northern Nigeria!

The most educated state in Northern Nigeria!
According to the Premium Times, the northern Nigeria is lagging behind in terms of education. The most horrible situation can be found in Kaduna state. So, if you look at the statistics of education in Nigeria, then you will see that Plateau state is the most educated in the North.
Top 10 most educated states in Nigeria as per recent statistics Top 10 most educated states in Nigeria as per recent statistics Reviewed by Kyemang Moondi on Thursday, September 07, 2017 Rating: 5

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