Ore is the headquarters of Odigbo Local Government Area in Ondo State, Nigeria. The correct ZIP code assigned to Ore by NIPOST is 350107.
There are other streets, popular places, and rural areas in Ore, they use the same postal code
A postal/ZIP Code is a 6-digit number that specifies an individual destination post office or mail delivery region. It determines the location of letters for final sorting and delivery. Each postal code in Nigeria identifies a group of delivery directions used by mail carriers and areas serviced by the NIPOST.
Streets in Ore Ondo State, Their ZIP Code
Below are streets and places in Ore Town, and their ZIP codes:
|Aba Eire Lucas||350107|
|Igbo Olodumare I||350107|
|Pawline Bokotire street||350107|
|Sabo Rd ore||350107|
Ore Post Office Address
Ore postal office is located at Sabo Road, under the FLY OVER, you should see the name “Central Post Office Ore”. The central post office for Ondo State is located at Deji’s Palace Rd in Akure, postal code 340283.
Ore Post office Opening/Closing Times
Post office work from Monday to Friday. However, local logistics agents deliver on Saturday depending on where you are on the delivery route. All deliveries are made from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. local time Monday through Saturday.
Your local deliveries arrive in 1-3 business days depending on where your parcel starts and where it’s going.
Note that many factors could delay your mail delivery, such as weather and high demands around holidays.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I get my postal code in Nigeria?
To find a postal code with NIPOST, you need to visit the website and fill in the POST CODE FINDER fields with your Nigeria street address, city, and state. Then click Find and you’ll get your postal code. There is also a tab to get postal post office locations.
Which local government is Ore Located?
Ore is a popular town in Odigbo Local Government Area in Ondo State, and it is the headquarter of the same local government. It is a well-known place in Nigeria, especially for those who travel from South East and South South geopolitical regions.
What is the postal code format for Nigeria?
Nigeria Postal codes are represented using only 6 digits, irrespective of the location. This is unlike some countries where postal codes usually carry some alphabet.
So, an invalid postal/ZIP code error is displayed when attempting to process a payment from your customer with a billing address outside Nigeria when you include characters that do not meet the Nigeria 6-digit standard.