Abuja Postal Code: Clear the Confusion!

Postal codes, also known as Post codes, are a series of numbers (or in some countries, letters) which is used for sorting out mails.

Nigeria makes use of numeric post codes. The entire country is divided into nine different regions. The first digit of the code signifies the region under which an area falls. The second and third digits signify the dispatch district while the last three digits are for dispatch.

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For instance, Abuja falls under region nine therefore any postcode for Abuja must begin with number ‘9’. The last three digits would then signify the exact dispatch area.

Area Postal Code
Central Business District 900231
Asokoro 900231
Garki Area 7 900244
Garki Rural Area 900104
Gwarimpa 900108
Nyanya 900103
Karu 900110
Garki Area 8 900245
Garki Area 10 900246
Maitama 900271
Garki Area II 900247
Three arms zone 900221
Wuse Zone 1 900281
Wuse Zone 2 900281
Wuse Zone 3 900281
Wuse Zone 4 900281
Wuse Zone 5 900285
Wuse Zone 6 900286
Wuse Zone 7 900287
Wuse II 900288
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