|LGA and town|
|• Type||Multi party Democracy|
|• Chairman||Dankaka Hussaini|
|• Total||717 km2 (277 sq mi)|
|Population (2006 census)|
|Time zone||WAT (UTC+1)|
|3-digit postal code prefix||711|
|ISO 3166 code||NG.KN.BE|
It has an area of 717 km² and a population of 188,859 at the 2006 census.
The town of Bebeji is located 45 km southwest of Kano, with an estimated population of 350,346.  It is in close proximity to Bagauda dam which supplies most of the potable water of Bebeji, the federal government recently approved a dam in Bebeji to supplement the Bagauda dam sometimes known for its structural failures. Bebeji is also the location of Habe mosque, declared a monument in 1964. The town is known to have a significant occurrence of ilmenite, a weakly magnetic mineral containing titanium oxide. Bebeji is the hometown of Professor Maharizu Yusuf Bebeji, a Professor of geography at Bayero University, Kano.
The current federal representative is Dr, Abdulmumin Jibrin Kofa a former commissioner in Kano State. The chairman of the Bebeji Local Government Area is Kantoma Bebeji. Bebeji Local Government was created in 1990 during the administration of General Ibrahim Babangida.
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