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Isuikwuato, Nigeria

Eluama (or Eluoma) is a town in Amawu, Isuikwuato, Abia State of Nigeria. It is the largest town in Isuikwuato, having more than 10 distinct villages. It also occupies the largest geographical...

Ohafia, Nigeria

History of Ohafia People and Culture Ohafia is a town and local government area in abia state, Nigeria. It is an igbo speaking region. The ancestral capital of...

Akwete, Abia, Nigeria

Akwete cloth is made from Ukwa East Local Government Area, Abia state, Nigeria. Towns where these traditional industries are located comprises the following towns and...

Aba, Abia, Nigeria

The National Museum of Colonial History in Aba was opened in 1985. The museum's building, which is also a national monument, was brought in from...

Arochukwu, Abia, Nigeria

The Long Juju Slave Route of Arochukwu is a sacred altar, a six foot gully that takes people to the temple and the waterfall in...

the azumini river
Azumini - Obehie Road, Obehie, Abia, Nigeria

The Azumini River, also known as “The Blue River,” because it is touted that there is no other river in Nigeria that is as clear...

Arochukwu, Abia, Nigeria

The Aro people or Aros are an Igbo subgroup mixed with Akpa and Ibibio ancestry that originated from the Arochukwu kingdom in present-day Abia state, Nigeria....

Umuahia, Abia, Nigeria

Umuahia (pronounced [ʊmʊaːhiaː]) is the capital city of Abia State in southeastern Nigeria. Umuahia is located along the rail road that lies between Port Harcourt to...

Aba, Abia, Nigeria

Aba is a city in the southeast of Nigeria and the main trading centre in Abia State. Upon the creation of Abia state in 1991,...

Arochukwu, Abia, Nigeria

Arochukwu is a small town located at the Southern end of Abia State in Nigeria. The Aros, as other Igbos,  migrated from the Middle East to...