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Yenagoa Town Postal Code

The list of Yenagoa Postal Code. This town is located in Yenagoa LGA (Local Government Area), Bayelsa State, South south Geopolitical Zone of Nigeria.

Name Yenagoa
Postal Code 569101 (Yenagoa LGA)
Postcode (NIPOST) 560001 – 560233
State Bayelsa
Country Nigeria

For more details on the list of ZIP codes or Postal codes for Yenagoa Town (Capital), find the code along with the area and location.

Postal Code for Yenagoa Town

Area Postcode City LGA Bayelsa
Yenagoa (Facility) 560001 Yenagoa Yenagoa Bayelsa
Amarata-Epie 560231 Yenagoa Yenagoa Bayelsa
Bebelebiri 1 & 2 560233 Yenagoa Yenagoa Bayelsa
Ede-Epe 560214 Yenagoa Yenagoa Bayelsa
Ekeki 560211 Yenagoa Yenagoa Bayelsa
Imgbi 560221 Yenagoa Yenagoa Bayelsa
Julius Berge 560223 Yenagoa Yenagoa Bayelsa
Kpansia 560213 Yenagoa Yenagoa Bayelsa
Nipost Makt 560232 Yenagoa Yenagoa Bayelsa
Okaka 560212 Yenagoa Yenagoa Bayelsa
Swali 560222 Yenagoa Yenagoa Bayelsa


Street Postcode
Bayelsa State Scholarship Board 560231
City Express Bank 560231
Civil Service Commission 560231
Co-operative Dev. Bank 560231
Federal Medical Centre 560231
Federal Min. of Science & Technology 560231
Global Bank 560231
Govt. of Bayelsa United Nation’s 560231
Programme House 560231
Ibiama Rd․ 560231
Police Headquarters Rd․ 560231
Road Safety Rd․ 560231
Societe Generale Bank 560231

Bebelebiri 1 & 2

Street Postcode
Bebelebiri 1 & 2. 560233


Street Postcode
Agudama 560214
Ekenfa 560214
Ekenpai 560214
Ibiama Rd․ 560214
Tombia Rd․ 560214
Yenegue 560214


Street Postcode
Azikoro Rd․ 650211
Chief Daniel Obelle Rd․ 650211
Eckankar Church 650211
Ekeki Motor Park 650211
Ibiama Rd․ 650211
Niger Delta wet land Rd Rd․ 650211
Prudent Bank 650211
Toll Dask Rd․ 650211
Yenagoa, Bye Pass 650211


Street Postcode
Brotherhood of the Cross & Star 560221
Egede Close 560221
Epie-South Pentecostal Central 560221
First Bank Plc 560221
Hallmark Bank Plc 560221
Ibiama Rd․ 560221
Imgbi Juckion 560221
Int. Cont. Bank 560221
NBN Bank 560221
Niger Delta Dev. Comm 560221
Platinum Bank 560221
Prudent Bank 560221
Torukuru Guest House 560221
Union Bank 560221
Yenagoa bye pass 560221

Julius Berge

Street Postcode
Amos Rd․ 560223
Aritaline St․ 560223
Armed Forces Remberance Arcade 560223
Bishop Dimieari Grammar School 560223
Fire Service 560223
Gwegwe St․ 560223
Harbour Rd․ 560223
Ibiama Rd․ 560223
Magistrate Court 560223
Obele Rd․ 560223
Yenagoa bye pass 560223


Street Postcode
Ibiama Rd․ 560213
Obi Ogbola 560213
Okutukutu 560213
Opola-Epie 560213

Nipost Makt

Street Postcode
2nd Civil Service quarters 560232
Creek Rd․ 560232
Ibiama Rd․ 560232
Ibunas Rd․ 560232
Marine Base Rd․ 560232
Medical Rd․ 560232
NIPOST 560232
NITEL 560232
Police Station 560232


Street Postcode
Chief Okorie St․ 560212
Str․ Freedom Wekede Ave․ 560212
Jaso bus Stop 560212
Old Azikoro Rd․ 560212
Yenagoa bye pass 560212
Ibiama 560212


Street Postcode
Bayelsa State Housing Assembly Complex 560222
Egemuse St․ 560222
Judiciary High Court 560222
Legal Aid Council 560222
Omega Bank 560222
Special Comp. High Sch․ For the Handicapped 560222
St․ Mathias Catholic Church 560222
Yenagoa bye pass 560222
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