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    4 days ago · Lille (/ l iː l / LEEL, French: (); Dutch: Rijsel; Picard: Lile; West Flemish: Rysel) is a city in the northern part of France, in French Flanders.On the Deûle River, near France's border with Belgium, it is the capital of the Hauts-de-France region, the prefecture of the Nord department, and the main city of the Métropole Européenne de Lille.

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  2. Delta State — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

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    The state cov­ers a land­mass of about 18,050 km2 (6,970 sq mi), of which more than 60% is land. The state lies ap­prox­i­mately be­tween 5°00' and 6°45' E and 5°00' and 6°30' N. It is ge­o­graph­i­cally lo­cated in Nige­ria's mid­west, bounded in the north and west by Edo State, the east by Anam­bra, Imo, and Rivers States, south­east by Bayelsa State, and on the south­ern ex­treme is the Bight of Benin which cov­ers about 160 kilo­me­tres of the state's coast­line. Delta State is gen­er­ally low-ly­ing with­out any re­mark­able hills. The state has a wide coastal belt in­ter-lace with rivulets and streams, which form part of the Niger River Delta.

    Delta State was de­fined out of the for­mer Ben­del State on 27 Au­gust 1991. The state was ac­tu­al­ized fol­low­ing ag­i­ta­tions for the re­al­iza­tion of a sep­a­rate dis­tinct state by the peo­ples of the old Delta Province. There was yet an­other state re­quest pro­posed as "An­ioma State" com­pris­ing the Asaba and Agbor di­vi­sions of the old Mid­west region. The then Mil­i­tary Pres­i­dent, Gen. Ibrahim Ba­bangida, rec­og­nized Delta state but chose "Asaba" a promi­nent town within the "North­west­ern Lower Niger" as cap­i­tal city. The pro­posed cap­i­tal was a vir­gin land in the heart of the two con­stituent di­vi­sions that con­sti­tutes the North­west­ern Lower Niger.Delta state was once in­te­grated in the Mid West­ern state from 1963 to 1976 and later Ben­del state, from 1976 to 1991. The name "Ben­del" (Ben-Del) coined from the old Benin and Delta Provinces of West­ern Re­gion-Delta to re­flect the in­te­gra­tion of Benin and Delta provinces.

    Delta State is pre­dom­i­nantly in­hab­ited by the Urhobo, Isoko, Ijaw, Ika, Uk­wani, Igbo, It­sekiri and the Olukumi peo­ple.The pop­u­la­tion of other groups in the state are neg­li­gi­ble. The Urhobo-Isoko are the most pre­dom­i­nant peo­ple in­hab­it­ing the state and cur­rently more than 4 mil­lion. The Ig­boid group pop­u­lat­ing Delta State are re­ferred to as the An­ioma (Peo­ple Of Good Land) people. The It­sekiri speak a lan­guage very closely re­lated to Yoruba but have been cul­tur­ally in­flu­enced by the Edo from neigh­bour­ing Edo state, as well as the Urhobo, and Ijaw. The Ijaws are a group of peo­ple re­lated to the pre­dom­i­nant peo­ple of neigh­bour­ing Bayelsa State, while the Olukumi are be­com­ing cul­tur­ally and lin­guis­ti­cally extinct,due to ac­cul­tur­a­tion and as­sim­i­la­tion. The vast ma­jor­ity of in­hab­i­tants are Chris­t­ian, with very few prac­tic­ing tra­di­tional re­li­gions.

    Arthur Okowa Ifeanyi, a mem­ber of the Peo­ple's De­mo­c­ra­tic Party, was elected Gov­er­nor and chief ex­ec­u­tive of Delta State in April 2015. His deputy is Barr. Kings­ley Otu­aro. The state has three Na­tional Sen­a­to­r­ial Dis­tricts (South, North and Cen­tral). In 2011 and 2013, the elected sen­a­tors were James Man­ager, Arthur Okowa Ifeanyi and Em­manuel Aguar­i­av­wodo who re­placed Pius Ewherido who died in 2013 at Na­tional Hos­pi­tal, Abuja. In 2015, Chief Ighoyeta Amori was elected Sen­a­tor of Delta Cen­tral but his elec­tion was an­nulled and Sen­a­torOvie Omo-Agege sworn in as Sen­a­tor of Delta Cen­tral, James Man­ager re­tained his po­si­tion and Chief Peter Nwao­boshi was elected Sen­a­tor of Delta North. The Ex­ec­u­tive, Leg­isla­tive and Ju­di­cial Cham­bers are housed in Asaba with a gov­ern­ment house annex in Warri.

    There are var­i­ous solid min­eral de­posits within the state - in­dus­trial clay, sil­ica, lig­nite, kaolin, tar sand, dec­o­ra­tive rocks, lime­stone, etc. These are raw ma­te­ri­als for in­dus­tries such as brick mak­ing, ce­ram­ics, bot­tle man­u­fac­tur­ing, glass man­u­fac­tur­ing, chem­i­cal/in­su­la­tors pro­duc­tion, chalk man­u­fac­tur­ing and san­i­tary wares, dec­o­ra­tive stone cut­ting and quar­ry­ing. But these min­er­als are un­der-uti­lized. Delta state also has huge de­posits of crude oil and is also one of the largest pro­duc­ers of pe­tro­leum prod­ucts in Nige­ria. Sales of pe­tro­leum prod­ucts is what ma­jorly dri­ves its econ­omy.

    In­sti­tu­tions of higher learn­ing in Delta state include: 1. Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurun 2. Delta State University 3. Delta State Polytechnics (three different Polytechnics, one at Oghara, one at Ogwashi-Uku and another at Ozoro) 4. The Film and Broadcast Academy, Ozoro 5. College of Education (two different state colleges, one at Agbor and another at Warri). 6. Federal College of Education Technical, Asaba 7. College of Education, Mosogar 8. Delta State College of Health Technology, Ughelli 9. Petroleum Training Institute, Effurun 10. Western Delta University, Oghara 11. Novena University, Ogume-Amai 12. National Open University of Nigeria (three study centres, one at Asaba, one at Emevor and another at Owhrode). 13. Delta State School of Marine Technology, Burutu 14. Nigeria Maritime University, Okerenkoko, Warri 15. Conarina School of Maritime & Transport Technology, Oria-Abraka 16. University of Information and Communication Technology, Agbor 17. State Sc...

    Delta State has some his­tor­i­cal, cul­tural and so­cio-po­lit­i­cal tourist cen­ters that at­tract vis­i­tors from around the globe. Some of these sites of tourism include: 1. The Nana's Palace built by Chief Nana Olomuof Ebrohim. He was a powerful 19th century indigenous entrepreneur who traded with the British. The relationship eventually turned sour. Later, he surrendered (not without putting up a fight) and was exiled to Ghana. His personal effects are housed in this grand palace. 2. The River Ethiope which is reputed to be the deepest inland waterway in Africa (at 176 km). Its source is at the foot of a giant silk-cotton tree at Umuaja in Ukwuani Local Government Area of the state and flows through seven Local Government Areas in the State. It is a place of worship for Olokun traditional religion and also a common site for faithfuls of the Igbe Religious Movement. 3. The Araya Bible Site which houses a copy of the Holy Bible. It is believed that the bible descended to this sp...

    Delta State is known to have pro­duced sev­eral sports­men and women, no­tably Stephen Okechukwu Keshi, Sun­day Ogochukwu Oliseh, Austin Jay-Jay Okocha, Wil­son Oruma, Efe­to­bore Sodje Bless­ing Ok­ag­bare, Jonathan Akpo­borie, Alex Iwobiand Ogenekaro Etebo.

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