When was the Nigerian export timber trade at Koko established?
The last named, a famous West African trading firm, began their timber enterprise at Koko on the Benin river in 1917. In these early days the sole export was logs of which only a few species were shipped, such as Sapele wood, Lagos wood (Lagos mahogany), side wood (African walnut) and iroko.
Who is the chairman of Warri South local government?
Dr Tidi Michael Ejueyitsi (born 15 September 1980) is the 15th and current local government chairman of Warri south local government area, Delta State Nigeria.
What is the most important forest product in Nigeria?
timber For example, timber which is the most valuable forest resource occurs mainly in the high rainfall regime of the southern and middle belt areas of the country.
Which town in Nigeria is famous for production of plywood?
Its plywood- and veneer-manufacturing plant is one of the largest in western Africa. Sapele is also known for the rubber plantations in the vicinity.
What is the headquarter of Warri South?
Warri South WestCountryNigeriaStateDelta StateHeadquartersOgbe-IjohGovernment7 more rows
Who is the Olu of Warri?
Utieyinoritsetsola Emiko Born Utieyinoritsetsola Emiko, the 37-year-old is the 21st Olu of Warri to ascend the throne and one of the youngest to do so.
How many types of forests are there?
There are three general types of forest that exist: temperate, tropical, and boreal. Experts estimate that these forests cover approximately one-third of Earths surface. Temperate forests are found across eastern North America and Eurasia.
What are the forest reserve in Nigeria?
Forest reserves in Nigeria and their locationsOluwa Forest Reserve.Okumu Forest Reserve. Oba Hills Forest Reserve. Ngel Nyaki Forest Reserve. Idanre Forest Reserve. Edumanom Forest Reserve. Akure Forest Reserve. The Afi River Forest Reserve. •Aug 24, 2017
How much is plywood in Nigeria?
Current Cost of Building Materials in NigeriaMATERIALUNITPRICE - max (₦)1 x 12length18002 x 2length600Plywood3/4 x 4 x 8 (4mm thick)N/A10000137 more rows•Jul 12, 2021
Who divided Nigeria into twelve states?
General Yakubu Gowon was head of state of Nigeria from August 1966 to July 1975. He reorganized the four regions into twelve states in May 1967. Following is a list of military governors during his regime.