Ajingi local government area is located in Kano state, Northwest Nigeria and has its headquarters in the town of Ajingi. Created in 1996 from Gaya local government area, Ajingi is home to a number of tribes with the Fulani and Kanuri as the dominant ethnic groups. Popular towns and villages in Ajingi LGA include Toranke, Balare, Dagaji, Kara Makama, Ungwar Bai, Gafasa, and Sakalawa. Islam is the widely practiced religion in Ajingi local government area while the Hausa and Fufulde languages are commonly spoken in the area. The population of Ajingi is estimated at 244,762 inhabitants.
Ajingi local government area has an average humidity of 40 percent with an average annual temperature estimated at 31 degrees centigrade. The area features two distinct seasons, the rainy and dry seasons. The total area covered by Ajingi LGA is 714 km squared at an estimated elevation of 1669 feet. Wind speed in the area is pegged at 10 km/h.
The inhabitants of Ajingi local government area have farming and pottery as their main economic activities. Commerce is also a very important economic engagement in the area with several markets such as the Larabar Zango market which is the largest market in the rural parts of Kano state found within the LGA.
Ajingi local government area was created in the year 1996.
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