Warawa is a local government area in Kano State with administrative headquarters in the town of Warawa. Warawa local government area is in Kano Central Senatorial District alongside Dala, Gwale, Dawakin Kudu, Gezawa, Tarauni, Fagge, Garun Mallam, Kano Municipal, Kumbotso, Nasarawa, Kura, Madobi, Minjibir and Ungogo local government areas. Warawa local government area also forms a federal constituency alongside Dawakin Kudu local government area.
Warawa local government area has an area of 360 km². The local government area is bounded to the north by Gezawa and Gabasawa local government areas, to the east by Ajingi local government area, to the south-east by Wudil local government area, to the south-west by Dawakin Kudu local government area, and to the west by the city of Kano.
Warawa local government area is predominantly inhabited by the Hausa people.
The History Of Warawa
The Government Of Warawa
The Warawa local government council is in charge of public administration in Warawa local government area. The council is led by a chairman who is the executive head of the local government.
The Warawa legislative council make laws governing Warawa local government area. It consists of 15 Councillors representing the 15 wards of the local government area.
Wards In Warawa
The 15 wards in Warawa local government area are:
- ‘Yan dalla
The Culture Of Warawa
Religion In Warawa
Churches In Warawa
Mosques In Warawa
Temples In Warawa
The Population Of Warawa
The widely disputed result of the 2006 national population census put the population of Warawa local government area at 131,858, with 66,800 males and 65,058 females.