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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...

Ibeku Road, Umuahia, Nigeria

Ibeku are a clan of the Igbo people of Nigeria. Ibeku is contained in the Umuahia North Local Govt, political division, of Abia state in the eastern part 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...

Arondizuogu, Imo, Nigeria

Arondizuogu is a town inhabited by the Igbo subgroup, the Aro people in the Imo State of Nigeria. Geographical Location Arondizuogu is a group of sprawling communities...

Umuahia, Abia, Nigeria

The National War Museum in Umuahia was established in 1985. The museum has a collection of objects of traditional and modern warfare. There are also...

Nnewi, Anambra, Nigeria

Nnewi is a town in Anambra State, south-central Nigeria. It is located about 15 miles south of Onitsha and has a population of about 958,000....

Awka, Anambra, Nigeria

Christians account for about 40% of the Nigerian population, living throughout the country but predominantly in the south. The main Christian festivals are Christmas and...

Imo State, Nigeria

 Ikeji cultural festival of Arondizuogu in Imo State is a popular festival that brings the Igbo speaking community around the world together. Its origin dates...

Imo, Nigeria

Imo Carnival is a festival in Nigeria, also tagged " Celebration of unity", was created as part of the vision of making Imo State in...

Adamawa, Nigeria

The Koma People Of Adamawa State ORIGIN AND LOCATION: Koma people are indigenous hill-dwelling people occupying the Alantika Mountains in northern Adamawa State in Nigeria and...