# Lesson Notes By Weeks and Term - Primary 6

Demography

Week 5

Subject: Mathematics

Topic: Demography

Previous knowledge: Pupils are familiar with Demography

Objective: At the end of the lesson, pupils should be able to:

1. Count and obtain the population of the 36 states

Content

Demography is the study of how the population of a group changes over a period of time in its different aspects, such as total number of people, birth, deaths and diseases

Population of the 36 states and F.C.T Abuja

A census is the organized counting of the population of a group. Censuses are conducted by all countries of the world usually every ten years. In Nigeria, a census was conducted in 1991and the last census in March 2006.

State

1991 census figure

2006 census figure

1. Abia

2 338 487

2 833 999

2 102 053

3 168 101

1. Akwa Ibom

2 409 613

3 920 209

1. Anambra

2 796 475

4 182 032

1. Bauchi

2 861 877

4 676 465

1. Bayelsa

1 121 693

1 703 358

1. Benue

2 753 077

4 219 244

1. Borno

2 536 003

4 151 193

1. Cross-River

1 911 297

2 888 966

1. Delta

2 590 491

4 098 391

1. Ebonyi

1 029 312

2 173 501

1. Edo

2 172 005

3 218 322

1. Ekiti

1 535 790

2 384 212

1. Enugu

2 125 068

1 633 096

1. Gombe

1 489 120

2 353 879

1. Imo

2 485 635

3 934 899

1. Jigawa

2 875 525

4 348 649

3 935 618

6 006 562

1. Kano

5 810 470

9 383 682

1. Katsina

3 753 133

5 792 578

1. Kebbi

2 068 490

3 238 628

1. Kogi

2 147 756

3 258 487

1. Kwara

1 548 412

2 371 089

1. Lagos

5 725 116

9 013 534

1. Nassarawa

1 207 876

1 863 275

1. Niger

2 421 581

3 950 249

1. Ogun

2 333 726

3 658 098

1. Ondo

2 249 548

3 441 024

1. Osun

2 158 143

3 423 535

1. Oyo

3 452 720

5 591 589

1. Plateau

2 104 536

1 593 033

1. Rivers

3 187 844

5 185 400

1. Sokoto

2 418 585

3 696 999

1. Taraba

1 512 163

2 300 736

1. Yobe

1 399 687

2 321 591

1. Zamfara

2 051 591

3 259 846

1. F.C.T Abuja

371 674

1 405 201

Nigeria

88 992 220

140 003 542

States in the Six Geopolitical Zones in Niger

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 South-South Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross-River, Delta, Edo, Rivers South-East Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu, Imo South-West Ekiti, Lagos, Ogun, Ondo, Osun, Oyo North-East Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba, Yobe North-West Jigawa, Kaduna, Kano, Katsina, Kebbi, Sokoto, Zamfara North-Central Benue, Kogi, Kwara, Nassarawa, Niger, Plateau