Nigeria Postal Code



Nigeria Postal Code


Nigerian postal codes are numerical and are composed of six digits. The Nigerian Postal Service, known as NIPOST, divides the nation into nine areas, each of which corresponds to the first digit of the code. The dispatch district for outgoing sorting is determined by adding the second and third numbers along with the first. The final three numbers are used to identify the delivery location on the order. In addition to a post office facility, a rural region or an urban area can be used as a delivery site for your package(s).


The main postal head office in each region will have a postal code that ends in 0001.
for example, Garki Main HO in Abuja has the postal code 900001, Ikeja HO in Lagos has the postal code 100001. Lokoja in Kogi has the postal code 270001, and Port Harcourt has the postal code 500001. The main postal head office in each region will have a postal code that ends in 0001. for example, Garki Main HO in Abuja has the postal code The postcode with the lowest value is 100001. while the highest value is 982002.
In addition, several states in Nigeria have their own postal codes, such as Enugu, which has 400001 and Imo,
which has 460001, respectively.

What is Nigeria address format?

Residential
Mr. Ben Tal
1234 Bauchu Road, Yelwa
JOS 930283
PLATEAU STATE
NIGERIA

PO Box
Mr. Ben Tal
P.O. Box 20345
BENIN 300001
EDO STATE
NIGERIA

What is Nigeria Zipcode Format?
Postal Codes formatting