Plateau is a state located in the central region of Nigeria. It is known as the “Home of Peace and Tourism” due to its rich cultural heritage and tourist attractions. The state covers an area of approximately 30,913 square kilometres and has a population of over 4 million people, according to the 2006 census. Plateau state is characterized by its high plateaus and mountain ranges, which have led to its temperate climate and picturesque scenery.
The state is home to a diverse range of ethnic groups, including the Berom, Afizere, Anaguta, and Jukun, who have contributed to the rich cultural heritage of the state. Plateau state is a major producer of agricultural products, including crops such as potatoes, yams, and maize.
The state is also known for its mining industry, with resources such as tin, limestone, and columbite being found in the area. The state is home to a number of tourist attractions, including natural landmarks such as the Shere Hills, Kurra Falls, and the Jos Wildlife Park.
The state is also known for its festivals and cultural events, including the Nzem Berom Festival, the Lalong Cultural Carnival, and the Jos Carnival.