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Abba, Imo
Abba is a town[1][2] in Nwangele
Nwangele
Local Government Area (LGA) in Imo State, Nigeria. The traditional ruler of Abba is HRH Sir Eze Emmanuel Madukwem Unaka (Uburu 1 of Abba & Eze Ahurukwe of Abba). Abba consists of four communities. Listed in order of seniority they are Umuokpara, Umudurunna, Ekiti-Afor, and Ogwuaga, which all consist of twenty-eight villages.Contents1 History of Abba 2 The four villages of Abba 3 Prominent families in Abba 4 ReferencesHistory of Abba[edit] Etymologically, the word Abba means father, which in common usage is called "Abba Nna". Historically, Abba in Nwangele
Nwangele
LGA and Abam
Abam
in Bende LGA of Abia State
Abia State
originated from the same place. Centuries ago, Field Marshall Ochiagha Uburu left Bende and fought through several towns in a move to demonstrate his military prowess and extract respectability
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Nwangele
Nwangele
Nwangele
is a Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Its headquarter is in Amaigbo. It has an area of 63 km2 (24 sq mi) and a population of 128,472 as of the 2006 census. The postal code of the area is 471.[1] Nwangele
Nwangele
is represented in the Imo State
Imo State
House of Assembly by Chief Ugonna Ozurigbo[2] who doubles as the Deputy Speaker of the House. He is from Umuozu. References[edit]^ "Post Offices- with map of LGA". NIPOST. Archived from the original on 2009-10-07
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Local Government Areas Of Nigeria
Nigeria
Nigeria
has 774 local government areas (LGAs). Each local government area is administered by a Local Government Council consisting of a chairman who is the Chief Executive of the LGA, and other elected members who are referred to as Councillors
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Imo State
Imo is one of the 36 states of Nigeria
Nigeria
and lies in the South East of Nigeria. Owerri
Owerri
is its capital and largest city. Its other major cities are Orlu and Okigwe
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Nigeria
The Federal Republic
Republic
of Nigeria, commonly referred to as Nigeria (/naɪˈdʒɪəriə/ ( listen)), is a federal republic in West Africa, bordering Benin
Benin
in the west, Chad
Chad
and Cameroon
Cameroon
in the east, and Niger
Niger
in the north. Its coast in the south lies on the Gulf of Guinea
Guinea
in the Atlantic Ocean. It comprises 36 states and the Federal Capital Territory, where the capital, Abuja
Abuja
is located. Nigeria
Nigeria
is officially a democratic secular country.[6] Nigeria
Nigeria
has been home to a number of kingdoms and tribal states over the millennia
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Abam
Abia is a state in the south eastern part of Nigeria.[4] The capital is Umuahia
Umuahia
and the major commercial city is Aba. The commercial hub, Aba was formerly a British colonial government outpost in the region. Abia state was created in 1991 from part of Imo State.[5] It is one of the constituent states of the Niger Delta
Niger Delta
region.[4]Contents1 Geography 2 Infrastructure and economy2.1 Oil and gas exploration3 University and colleges 4 Travel 5 History and population 6 Politics 7 Local Government Areas7.1 Traditional rulers8 References 9 External linksGeography[edit] Abia State, which occupies about 6,320 square kilometres, is bounded on the north and northeast by the states of Anambra, Enugu, and Ebonyi. To the west of Abia is Imo State, to the east and southeast are Cross River State
Cross River State
and Akwa Ibom
Akwa Ibom
State, and to the south is Rivers State
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Bende, Abia
Bende is a Local Government Area in Abia State, Nigeria. People from Bende include the former governor of the state, Orji Uzor Kalu.[1] Amaozara
Amaozara
is a village located in Bende. References[edit]^ , Chief Dr Sam Eke Igwe (Samek), the former Abia State
Abia State
Governorship Aspirant under the defunct SDP (Social Democratic Party) in the 1992 General Election. Day Kalu hosted Ohanaeze Ndigbo[permanent dead link] Nigeria
Nigeria
Tribune, 31st Aug. 2007v t e Abia StateCapital: UmuahiaLocal Government AreasAba North Aba South Arochukwu Bende Ikwuano Isiala Ngwa North Isiala Ngwa South Isuikwuato Obi Ngwa Ohafia Osisioma Ngwa Ugwunagbo Ukwa East Ukwa West Umuahia
Umuahia
North Umuahia
Umuahia
South Umu NneochiThis Abia state, Nigeria
Nigeria
location article is a stub
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Abia State
Abia is a state in the south eastern part of Nigeria.[4] The capital is Umuahia
Umuahia
and the major commercial city is Aba. The commercial hub, Aba was formerly a British colonial government outpost in the region. Abia state was created in 1991 from part of Imo State.[5] It is one of the constituent states of the Niger Delta
Niger Delta
region.[4]Contents1 Geography 2 Infrastructure and economy2.1 Oil and gas exploration3 University and colleges 4 Travel 5 History and population 6 Politics 7 Local Government Areas7.1 Traditional rulers8 References 9 External linksGeography[edit] Abia State, which occupies about 7,320 square kilometres, is bounded on the north and northeast by the states of Anambra, Enugu, and Ebonyi. To the west of Abia is Imo State, to the east and southeast are Cross River State
Cross River State
and Akwa Ibom
Akwa Ibom
State, and to the south is Rivers State
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Umuokpara
Umuopara are a clan of the Igbo people of Umuahia Nigeria. Umuopara consists of seven villages known as umunne asaa namely Ezeleke, Ogbodiukwu, Ekenobizi, Ehume, Ogbodinibe, Umuihi and Umunwawa. Modern day Umuopara has been divided into several autonomous communities for easier administration.Contents1 Culture 2 Origin 3 References 4 External linksCulture[edit] Umuopara is generally regarded as the cradle of Umuahia civilization. In the past it was known for the egwu festival which was celebrated at omaegwu. Umuopara is presently known for the famous ekpe festival which is also celebrated by other clans in Umuahia notably Ibeku and Ohuhu. The first ever Ekpe festival took place in Ogbodiukwu Umuopara. The new yam festival is also celebrated in Umuopara. The supreme deity in Umuopara during pre-colonial times was the Ojam
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Ekwueme
Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme GCON (21 October 1932 – 19 November 2017) was the first elected Vice-President of Nigeria, from 1979 to 1983, on the platform of the National People’s Party (NPN), with President Shehu Shagari.Contents1 Personal life 2 Education 3 Career 4 References 5 External linksPersonal life[edit] Ekwueme was the Ide of the Oko kingdom in Anambra State, where his younger brother Prof Lazarus Ekwueme, reigns as the traditional ruler. He was also honoured by the council of Traditional Rulers in the old Aguata as the Ide of Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State comprising forty-four (44) towns. He died at 10.00pm on Sunday 19 November 2017 at a London clinic
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Nwachukwu
Ike Omar Sanda Nwachukwu mni (born September 1, 1940)[1] is a retired Army officer and Nigerian politician who, among other positions, has served as Foreign Minister of Nigeria twice and as a Senator in the National Assembly delegation from Abia State.Contents1 Education and training 2 Career2.1 Chairmanships 2.2 Delegations led 2.3 Senate3 Honors and awards3.1 Decorations and service medals 3.2 National merit awards 3.3 International awards4 ReferencesEducation and training[edit] Born on September 1, 1941 in Port Harcourt to an Igbo father and a Fulani mother of Katsina,[2] Nwachukwu had his early education at the Ladi-Lak Institute, Yaba, Lagos, and Lagos City College, also in Yaba, Lagos. He obtained military training at the Nigerian Military Training College, Kaduna, at the Royal Canadian School of Infantry, and at the School of Infantry, Warminster, United Kingdom
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Chikezie
Chikezie Ndubuisi Eze (/ˈtʃɪkiːziː/; born 11 September 1985) is an American singer and the tenth place finalist on the seventh season of the television series American Idol.[1]Contents1 Early life 2 American Idol2.1 Season 6 2.2 Season 7 2.3 Performances3 Discography3.1 Singles 3.2 Tours4 Post Idol 5 Personal life5.1 Marriage and Family 5.2 Legal Issues6 References 7 External linksEarly life[edit] Chikezie was born in Inglewood, California, attended high school at the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies in West LA and Bethel College in Kansas.[2] Before auditioning for American Idol, he was a Transportation Security Administration screener and a cashier. He also attended Santa Monica College in Santa Monica, California.[3] American Idol[edit] Season 6[edit] He previously auditioned for the show's sixth season and made into the Hollywood Round, where he was cut before the top 40
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Geographic Coordinate System
A geographic coordinate system is a coordinate system used in geography that enables every location on Earth to be specified by a set of numbers, letters or symbols.[n 1] The coordinates are often chosen such that one of the numbers represents a vertical position, and two or three of the numbers represent a horizontal position
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Special
Special
Special
or specials may refer to:Contents1 Music 2 Film and television 3 Other uses 4 See alsoMusic[edit] Special
Special
(album), a 1992 album by Vesta Williams "Special" (Garbage song), 1998 "Special
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Abba, Imo
Abba is a town[1][2] in Nwangele
Nwangele
Local Government Area (LGA) in Imo State, Nigeria. The traditional ruler of Abba is HRH Sir Eze Emmanuel Madukwem Unaka (Uburu 1 of Abba & Eze Ahurukwe of Abba). Abba consists of four communities. Listed in order of seniority they are Umuokpara, Umudurunna, Ekiti-Afor, and Ogwuaga, which all consist of twenty-eight villages.Contents1 History of Abba 2 The four villages of Abba 3 Prominent families in Abba 4 ReferencesHistory of Abba[edit] Etymologically, the word Abba means father, which in common usage is called "Abba Nna". Historically, Abba in Nwangele
Nwangele
LGA and Abam
Abam
in Bende LGA of Abia State
Abia State
originated from the same place. Centuries ago, Field Marshall Ochiagha Uburu left Bende and fought through several towns in a move to demonstrate his military prowess and extract respectability
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