Ado-odo Local Government Area is located in Ogun State, Nigeria. Its postcode ranges from 112101- 112272 which specifies the location for mail or parcel delivery. Ogun State has 20 L.G.A.
Postcodes or zip codes are the six numeric digits generated by NIPOST and they’re used for sorting mail. You cannot send, receive, or track a package from Ado-odo if you do not know its postcode. Thus, knowing the postal code of your town or village in Ado-odo L.G.A may come in handy.
The postal codes are not just numbers that identify a location. They have become social identifiers – giving information on the demographics of the people of Ado-odo.
This L.G.A. has towns and villages and each of them has a unique postal code/ZIP code as assigned to them by Nigeria Postal Service (NIPOST).
Ado-odo Postal Code
Places in Ado-Odo and Their Postal Code 112103
The postal code for Ado-Odo is 112103. Places in Ado-Odo that uses this postal code are Abule Kukoyi, Adegbite, Adigbon, Agbojedo, Agboku Agosu, Ago potefa, Aisunle Alaagba, Aisunle, Akasun, Aksun Araromi, Alapoti, Aragba Arubielu, Aromokala, Asipa, Asokere, Dodo, Edu Sangoyomi, Ejigbo, Ere Oke, Eruku, Gbago, Gbekan, Gboje, Gunuko, Ibeku Papasa, Iberese, Idi Ope, Idi Orogbo, Idi ota, Idiafa, Idijigan, Idofe, Idolehin, Idopbaarun Idosaba, Ifako Ajogbedo, Ifako igbegu, Ifako Imasgai, Igbeji, Igbekan, Igbogbo, Igbojo, Igborisa, Igesu, Igounu, Ihundo, Ijako, Ijana, Ijegbe Inawole, Ijegemo, Ijomu, Ikoga bamalu, Ikogale, Ileji, Iloro, Imeiade onilogbo, Inisa, Isalu, Ishapa, Isogo, Itiri, Jagbaru, Kento, Kofelerin, Kosomi, Morekete, Oba, Obekobe, Odan ijako, Oju Iroko, Ojuroko Olorunsogo, Okanran Centre, Okanran Ifelodun, Oke Okuta Oko, Okkusu, Olokuta, Oloparun, Olorunleke, Onantan Tafin, Onilogbo, Oniniosalasi, Onlogbo, Sagbamu, Seje, Soki Ere, Tepo, Tokemi.
Igbesa – 112102
The postal code for Igbesa is 112102. Places in Igbesa that uses this postal code are Aaaago, Abatabutu, Abisoye, Abule Akapo, Abule tisa, Adekoyemi, Aduloju, Agana Idi Agbon, Agana Olorunda, Agbajowo Agoro, Agbara, Agboloye, Ago Attan, Ago Egan, Ago Iboro, Ago Imuse, Ago Iso, Ago Joyi, Ago Titun, Aiku, Ajerogun, Ajibode, Ajilete, Akinleye, Akinwunmi, Akoore, Aladie, Aladura, Alagbado, Alasia, Alogi, Anuoluwapo Ijolo, Araro, Arigba, Arigbawonwo, Arikewuyo, Arobi Eye, Attan, Atuko, Ayigboyi, Edu Baale, Edu Sangoyomi, Egando Ailigun, Egando Akinbo, Egando Alagba, Egudu Adesi, Egudu Agbogun, Egudu Baale, Egudu Lele, Eguntedo, Eleru, Erinlr, Ewuoe Ajasa, Ewutagbe, Fagbohun, Faluyu, Gboko Lusada, Gbongbona, Hunsa, Iboro, Idanyin Isaga, Idanyin Mosafeso.
Idanyin OkepenIdanyin Orokogodo, Idayin Petu, Idi Araba, Idi Ope, Idologbo, Idoye Aladura, Idoye, Ifelagba – Ijoko, Igabehinadun, Igbala Sango, Igbekotin, Igbele Fagbir, Igbele Tella, Igbesa, Igbo Odo, Igbo Ota, Igere, Ijako Petedo, Ijaliye Akosile, Iju, Ikogbo, Ikumapayi, Ilamiro, Ilemijan, Ilewo Alaga, Iludun Attanimose, Imuta, Imutum, Ipatira, Iperun Odubule, Irebale, Isaga Onlado, Isaga, Isaka Sango, Isanyin Baale, Isorosi Abeokuta Road, Itekun, Iyana Ilogbo, Joga Owode, Jogbo.
Kajola Abanise, Ketu Adie Owe, Koko, Konifewo, Korogboji, Kuku Oluyomi, Kuoye, Liasun Baligun, Maku, Messau, Mew, Mosufejo, Obaraja, Odan Abuja Sule, Odan Abuja, Odan Agbara, Odan Odunsi, Odugie Adie Ome, Oke Ilewo, Oke Oki, Oke ore, Oke – Osa, Olanisa, Ologir, Olokopupo, Olorunda Oke Ore, Olorunlekan, Olorunsogo, Omiata, Onibisere, Onigbogbo, Onse Agbedi, Onse Olose, Onse Orita, Opaaga, Ore-Akinde, Orente Abeokuta, Oresa, Owode Centre, Owode Titun, Paramoele, Petedo, Raod Ilogbo, Sari, Temidire, Tigbolu, Titilayo, Totowu, Wasimi Ajibawo, Whedaum, Wonwo.
Ota Rural Area 112101
The postal code for Ota Rural Area is 112101. Places in Ota Rural Area that uses this postal code are Abgoju, Abiola, Aboyade, Abule Abudu, Abule Alimi, Abule Egun, Abule Fatorisa, Abule Ijana, Abule Iroko, Abule Ologege, Adalemo, Ado _odo, Afobaje, Agbajowo, Aiflodun Area, Ajambata, Ajegunle, Ajerogun, Ajuwose, Akintole, Akosile, Alagba, Alasia, Araromi I, Araromi Ifelodun, Araromi II, Araromi Orita, Araromi, Arijelowo, Arinko, Asore, Atan Otta, Ayetoro, Balogun, Egbatedo, Ejigbo Baale, Ekoledo, Elemoki, Erin, Eriwo _Ejigbo Titun, Ewupe, Fabgayi, Faluyi, Farm Settlement, Feru, G.R.A Extention, G.R.A, Gateway, Gbodojego.
Idesemo, Idiagbon Agonna, Idimu, Idoleyin, Ifedagba Surulere, Ifedara, Ifesowapo, Igbawo, Igbele Tela, Igbogbo, Igi Agbode, Ignele Ajana, Iho Ifako, Ijaba, Ijako, Ijamido, Ijegemo Seto, Ijofin, Ijoko Titun, Ijoko, Iju Otta, Ilasa, Ilogbo, Iloye I, Ilugbemi, Ilupeju Estate, Ilupeju iloye, Ilupeju Owoye, Ilupeju Temidire, Ilupeju, Imupi, Ipamesan-Lereulist, Ire Akari, Irewolede, Irofoko Aparadija, Iropodun Morcas, Isie, Isimu, Isokun, Ita Mosa, Itele, Itori, Iwaya, Iwaye, Iyana Arobieye, Iyauru Titun, Iyedi Titun, Jibowi Isokan
Joju Area Sango, Kajola, Ketere, Keti Ohuyomi, Kogi, Lafenwa, Lemomu, Lesi, Liberty Etstate, Mabaodu, Madojutimi, Mopin, Ntabo, Obere, Odewale, Odun-otun, Ogo Oluwa, Ogun Gbade, Oguntedo, Oke Ola Otun, Oke Ola, Oke Suna, Olainukan, Olokunla, Olorunda, Olorunde Aguna, Olorunkemi, Olorunsogo, Olugbode, Olukoko Pupo, Olunloye Ilufun, Onifade, Onipanu, Onitoki, Ore – Ajubde, Orente, Orile Iloye, Oruba, Ose Agbedi, Osimeta, Osuya, Otun, Otunlagba, Oyede, Oyero, Oyewole, Saka, Sekoji, Sokenu, Surulere, Unity Estate.
Popular Places in Ado-odo
- Sango Ota.
- Abebi /Okesuna – 112213.
- Adalemo – 112272.
- Ado Odo/ Ota – 112212.
- Afobaje Estate/ Agbala Obanibasiri – 112224.
- Akilo Quarters – 112251.
- Araromi – 112241.
- Erinko – 112253.
- G.R.A – 112231.
- Idiroko Rd. /Ojuore – 112233.
- Ijamido – 112216.
- ijana Qtrs / Oke Oyinbo / Mefun – 112221.
- Iloje – 112262.
- Ipamesan – 112252.
- Jibowu – 112263.
- Joju – 112242.
- Ketere – 112271.
- Mefun Rd / Baby O – 112225.
- New Iyanru – 112215.
- Obasanjo Farm – 112226.
- Ojabi Quarters – 112261.
- Old Iyanru /Ijanagang – 112214.
- Olota Palace / Otun – 112223.
- Oruba Qtrs – 112222.
- Ota-Idiroko Rd/Tomori – 112232.
- Pilo – 112211.
- Tamark Eng/ G.W Hotel/ Ota Water – 112265.
- Temidire – 112264.
How to Track a Package From the Post Office
Mails and items sent through NIPOST are trackable. This means you will receive a tracking number and be able to check where your items are on their journey to Nigeria or other countries.
If you already have your tracking number, you can go straight to the NIPOST ‘Track trace’ page and enter the number in the text box to track your delivery.
To track your item, you will need the reference number found on your Post Office receipt. This may be called a barcode or a reference. The reference number is between 9 and 27 characters long.
How do I know if my Item has arrived at the post office?
To know if your item has arrived make use of the convenient track and trace System, available on the NIPOST website. You can also call or sent an email to the Customer Service Centre if you cannot find your mail item.
There are other tracking software but I recommend the NIPOST because the website has all the postal codes of all the states, L.G.As, cities, institutions, universities, towns, and villages in Nigeria. It’s also managed by the Nigerian government.
Does NIPOST deliver outside Nigeria?
The Nigerian Postal Service (NIPOST) is the national carrier of all classes of mail items for delivery both within and outside Nigeria. Mail items, which include letters, postcards, printed papers, parcels, and aerograms are processed through the post office. On this, you need to learn postal code and ZIP code, how they work.
If you already have your tracking number, you can go straight to the ‘Track Trace’ page and enter the number in the text box to track your delivery.
Package/items can be tracked on NIPOST for free. You will need your ID and the tracking number to collect your item, plus money for import taxes and the handling fee if the item is being shipped from another country. You need to ask the sender for the tracking number.
How much does it cost to ship to Ado-odo?
The price of the shipping varies depending on whether it is domestic delivery and the delivery method you choose, the dimensions, and the weight of the package.
Cheaper methods cost between ₦1000 to ₦2000. The more expensive ones are usually above ₦5000 for the smaller package.
Does Jumia use a courier or postal service for delivery in Ado-odo, Ogun State?
It depends on what kind of delivery you choose yourself: free, or paid. This will determine the way of delivery. If it is free shipping, the parcel will likely be delivered by postal services. If it is a paid shipment – the courier service will be responsible for delivery.
However, some goods on Jumia support only one specific method of delivery and you should consider this before placing your order.
And if the goods are to be shipped from outside the country, you should know that some courier services do not deliver shipments to certain countries, then the parcel will also be handed over to the postal service.
Also read how to find your postal code in Nigeria.
It is best to check how the parcel will be delivered before paying for the purchase.
Your postal code or ZIP code is also used as a security measure. When buying items online with a credit card, you’ll usually be asked to provide the mailing address linked with your card.
This measure is to ensure that you’re the one using your card. Some sites also prompt you to provide your postal code. For instance, whenever I make purchases on Namecheap, they usually prompt me to provide my postal code and if I didn’t provide it the transaction will always be unsuccessful.