Langtang North is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Plateau State, Nigeria. The LGA was created in 1991 and is headquartered in the town of Sabon Barki.

Here are some key facts about Langtang North Local Government: Location: Langtang North is located in the central part of Plateau State, bordered to the north by Jos East and Jos South LGAs, to the west by Kanke LGA, to the east by Langtang South LGA, and to the south by Bassa LGA.

According to the 2006 census, Langtang North has a population of 150,155 people. The majority of the population are farmers and engage in subsistence farming. The people of Langtang North speak various languages, including Taroh, Jukun, Hausa, and English. Langtang North has several primary and secondary schools, including Government Secondary School Sabon Barki, Government Secondary School Langtang North, and St. Augustine’s College.

Langtang North is home to several tourist attractions, including the Assop Falls, which is a beautiful waterfall that cascades down from the Jos Plateau. Other notable attractions include the Langtang National Park and the Plateau LGA Waterfalls. Agriculture is the mainstay of the economy in Langtang North, with the cultivation of crops such as yam, maize, guinea corn, beans, and potatoes. The LGA is also known for its production of cattle, sheep, and goats.

The majority of the people in Langtang North are Christians, although there is a significant Muslim population as well. The people of Langtang North have a rich cultural heritage, which is expressed through their traditional dances, attire, and festivals. One of the most popular festivals celebrated in the area is the Nzem Berom festival, which is held annually to celebrate the end of the farming season.

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