Kaduna State is historically known as the first and last administrative headquarters of Northern Nigeria. Kaduna is centrally located, providing access to the nineteen Northern States. It shares a border with seven States to the West, South, East, North and North Central States including Abuja, Kano, Bauchi, Plateau, Katsina, Niger and Zamfara States.
It has twenty three (23) Local Governments, eleven (11) Federal Constituencies and three (3) Senatorial Districts. It has a number of traditional palaces, such as; Zazzau, Birnin Gwari, Kagoro, Moro and Jama’a among others.
The State is populated with industrious, energetic and educated people with the requisite skills to support Industrial growth.
Kaduna State is home to more than 350 manufacturing enterprises. Prominent among them are the textiles industries, milling and farm produce processing, animal husbandry, oil refinery and lubrication plants