Azaiki Public Library

Azaiki Public Library
TypePublic library
LocationYenagoa, Oloibiri
Coordinates4°55′59″N 6°16′58″E / 4.9329219°N 6.2828175°E / 4.9329219; 6.2828175
Items collectedBooks, journals, newspapers, magazines, sound and music recordings, patents, databases, maps, stamps, prints, drawings and manuscripts
Access and use
Access requirementsOpen to students, researchers and general public

Azaiki Public Library is a registered non-governmental organization (NGO) based in the United States, which provides assistance to students and educational institutions. The library is suitable for reading, preparing for educational exams such as GMAT, SAT and browsing the internet.


Azaiki foundation is owned by Professor Steve Azaiki, the Bayelsa State government former secretary. The idea for a public library came in 1999 and after a series of contributions from Azaiki, his family and directors of his foundation. Azaiki Public Library was established on May 19, 2015, and was commissioned by the former president of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan. The library modern and its quality matches US standards and requirements.

The library was opened by Mallam Shakarau who represented the then former president Jonathan, it is a four-storey building which also houses an art gallery and museum.

Also in attendance of the commissioning was Governor Henry Seriake Dickson, represented by his Chief of Staff, Talford Ongolo. Azaiki Public Library is a 5-star library with enticing environment and facilities which are of best quality intending to serve the public free of charge.


Their activities are committed to knowledge development services creating a legacy of continuing education, re-engineering of skills and retaining leadership position by providing up to date needing materials and a world class e-Library.

Sections and Services

  • Sections and collections
  • Periodicals (current and archived; hard copy and web)
  • Books and reference (inspirational books, reference books, business management, CDs, e-books, web sites)
  • Database (print, CD-ROM, web)
  • Directories (subscribed or in-house; print or CD-ROM or web)
  • Audiovisual collection (movies)
  • Library visiting hours for reading and reference
  • Book loan
  • Inter-library loan
  • Audio-visual facilities
  • Internet access facilities
  • Information research services
  • Workshops
  • Seminars and demos
  • Photocopying

Books and References

  • Company law
  • Taxation Law
  • Nigerian Law review
  • Local registrations
  • Nigerian regulations regarding drugs, medical devices, foods, environment
  • Local and regional information, service providers etc
  • In-house databases and directories of service providers
  • In-house databases and directories of business mentors
  • In-house databases and directories of financiers
  • In-house databases and directories of government funding sources and supporting mechanisms
  • Technology trends and reviews
  • Technology Review
  • Nature
  • Science
  • Agriculture Books and Review
  • Social Science Books & Review
  • Engineering Books & Review
  • Nigerian Government Contracts gazette

See also

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