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Gombe State Number Plate Codes And What They Mean

Nwogbunyama Emeka

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Gombe number plate codes

Gombe State Number Plate Codes And What They Mean

Gombe number plate codes

Every state in Nigeria has their various number plate codes. These codes engraved on plate numbers have what they mean.

In our previous posts, we talked about Lagos State, Anambra, Imo, Abia, Jigawa, Ondo, Katsina, and Enugu State number plate codes and what they mean. This time around, we would reveal the meaning of Gombe State Number Plate Codes.





The first three letters you see on any plate number indicates the Local Government area of registration for the vehicle.

Below are the  number plate codes and what they mean.

AKK – Akko

BLG – Balanga

BLR – Billiri

DKU – Dukku

FKY – Funakaye





GME – Gombe

KLT – Kaltungo

KWM – Kwami

NFD – Nafada/Bajoga

SHM – Shomgom

YDB – Yamaltu/Deba

The license plates are generally white, and the number itself is imprinted in blue. The background consists of an outline of a map of Nigeria. The top left corner bears the Nigerian flag or the coat of arm. The state name and slogan is displayed at the top centre of the plate, and the “Federal Republic of Nigeria” is written at the bottom.

Gombe was formed in October 1996 from part of the old Bauchi State by the Abacha military government. Its location in the north eastern zone, right within the expansive savannah, allows the state to share common borders with the states of Borno, Yobe, Taraba, Adamawa and Bauchi.

Did we miss any of the Gombe state number plate codes? Kindly let us know using the comment section.

We will update it as soon as you do.





Emeka is a Contributor at Autojosh. A graduate of Electrical/Electronic Engineering with a B.Eng degree. Emeka is a car enthusiast who is interested in traveling, writing, movies and driving. He also loves drinking garri with cold water.

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