OYO STATE JIGSAW PUZZLE
BRAND : YOUR JIGSAW PUZZLES
AGE RANGE : 60 months to 1200 months
STYLE : Educational Toy, Educational Toy
ITEM DIMENSION : 15’ by 15’ by 2’
AVAILABLE NO OF PUZZLE PIECES : 25, 64, 100
PUZZLE MAIN MATERIAL : 4mmThick Foam Board
British pounds : £5.99
American Dollar : $8.99
Euro : 8.99 euros
About this item
- Engage yourself, family and/or friends to complete this 100,64,25 pieces Oyo State jigsaw puzzle.
- Improved memory, better problem-solving skills, higher IQ, improved mood and lower stress levels are just a handful of benefits attributed to regular jigsaw puzzle solving activity.
- High quality puzzle,4mm thickness foam-board for durability and years of enjoyment matched with precisely cut interlocking pieces ensure a finished product with a smooth, even surface.
- Sharpen your creative thinking and problem-solving skills! Yourjigsawpuzzles.com is committed to creating challenging puzzles for adults and/or puzzles for young adults in cooperation with amazing creatives that engage, educate and inspire fun.
- Manufacture and proudly produced in Nigeria, we are committed to providing quality puzzles, games and toys since 2019!
- Oyo State is noted for being the site of the first university in Nigeria, the University of Ibadan.
- The state economy remains largely agrarian, with the western city of Shaki being described as the state’s breadbasket.
- Cassava, Cocoa and Tobacco are among the most important crops to Oyo state’s economy.
- The capital is Ibadan, With a projected population of 7,840,864 in 2016, Oyo is the 3rd most populous in the country and formerly the second most populous city in Africa.
- The present governor of Oyo State is Oluseyi Abiodun Makinde.
- The vast majority of Oyo State residents are Yoruba, and the Yoruba Language remains dominant.
- It was formed in 1976 from Western State , and included Osun State, which was split off in 1991.
- Oyo State is homogenous , mainly inhabited by the Yoruba ethnic group who are primarily agrarian but have a predilection for living in high-density urban centres.
- The indigenes mainly comprise the Oyos, the One-Oguns, the Ibadans and the Ibarapa, all belonging to the Yoruba family.
- Ibadan had been the centre of administration of the old Western Region since the days of British colonial rule.
- Presently the State has 2,004 public schools, 971 private nursery/primary schools, 969 public secondary schools including 7 schools of Science and 57 private secondary schools.
- There are 324 secondary schools and 1,576 public primary schools in the state. Other noteworthy institutions in the city include the University College Hospital, Ibadan.
- The first teaching hospital in Nigeria and the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA),Cocoa House ,located in Ibadan, was the first skyscraper in built in Africa.
- The state is home to NTA Ibadan, the first television station in Africa.
- It has the Obafemi Awolowo (formerly, Liberty) Stadium, a stadium with a ccity of 35,000.