The National Center for Disease Control and Prevention (NCDC) says three more people died of cholera on Tuesday.
In addition, an additional 281 people were infected.
The number of cases on Tuesday was higher in Lagos with 123 cases, followed by Abuja with 64, and Kaduna with 38.
Imo State has 15 people, Rivers has 11, Plateau has 8, Ogun has 5, Bayelsa and Kwara have 4-4 in each state on Tuesday.
Bauchi and Edo had 3-3 infected people, Kano 2 and Osun one.
The total number of cholera cases in Nigeria is 67,838. Of these, 1,176 died and 63,430 were discharged after recovering from the disease.