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Southwest Nigerian state of Ogun State. created on February 3rd, 1976, from the Western State. Ogun State is bordered to the south by Lagos State, the north by Oyo and Osun States, the east by Ondo State, and the west by the Republic of Benin. The capital and most populous city of Ogun State is Abeokuta. Other significant cities in the state include Sagamu, Nigeria’s top producer of kola nuts, and Ijebu Ode, the royal capital of the Ijebu Kingdom. The majority of Ogun State is covered in rain forest, and the northwest region contains woody savanna. As of 2006, there were 3,751,140 people living in Ogun State, making it the 16th most populous state in Nigeria. Ogun State has a total size of 16,762 km2, making it the 24th largest state in Nigeria by landmass.
The state is known as the “Gateway to Nigeria” because it is a significant manufacturing centre in Nigeria and has a high concentration of industrial estates. The Dangote Cement factory in Ibese, Nestle, Lafarge Cement factory in Ewekoro, Memmcol in Orimerunmu, Coleman Cables in Sagamu and Arepo, and Procter & Gamble in Agbara are just a few examples of the major factories in Ogun.
The majority of the population in Ogun State is Yoruba, and Yoruba is the primary language spoken there. Although some traditional religion is still practiced, Islam and Christianity are the two major religions in Ogun State. Ogun State is renowned for producing Ofada rice virtually exclusively. In addition, Ogun is the home of several African and Nigerian icons.