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Abia State
state of Nigeria
Inception27 August 1991 Edit
Official nameAbia Edit
Native labelAbia Edit
Official languageEnglish Edit
ContinentAfrica Edit
CountryNigeria Edit
CapitalUmuahia Edit
Located in the administrative territorial entityNigeria Edit
Located in time zoneUTC+01:00 Edit
Coordinate location5°25′0″N 7°30′0″E Edit
Office held by head of governmentGovernor of Abia State Edit
Executive bodyExecutive Council of Abia State Edit
Legislative bodyAbia State House of Assembly Edit
Owner ofEnyimba International F.C., Abia Warriors F.C. Edit
ReplacesImo State Edit
Language usedAnaang, Ibuoro, Ibibio, Itu Mbon Uzo, Nkari Edit
Postal code440001 Edit
Official websitehttps://abiastate.gov.ng/ Edit
Economy of topiceconomy of Abia State Edit
Category for mapsCategory:Maps of Abia State, Nigeria Edit
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Abia sim ma eline mbandi na njaawa ma dibi elta Lanjeeriya. Gamatu boo ka zuu ma gaazaa ka gaaza ma dibi ka jaaha ma Enugu, ka Ebonyi, ka jaaha ma Imo ka gen, jaaha ma Cross River ka dibi, jaaha ma Akwa Ibom ka njaawa ma dibi ka jaaha ma Rivers ka njaawa.

Jaaha ma Abia nanka gam ma mun mandi shadanka dubu ziila ka arba’in ka bachi belu ka dari bachodi ka munbat ka fii fedu (3,727,347) a sar ta mbeesu ma amun dubu belu ka mbad ka bachodi (2016)

Birid ma Ƴali

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Bicayam nanka boo ma jaaha ma Abia:[3]

LGA Languages
Arochukwu Igbo, Ibibio
Umuahia South Igbo
Umuahia North Igbo
Ikwuano Igbo
Isuikwuato Igbo
Ukwa West Igbo
Aba South Igbo
Aba North Igbo
Isiala Ngwa North Igbo
Isiala Ngwa South Igbo
Obingwa Igbo
Umunneochi Igbo
Ugwunagbo Igbo
Ukwa East Igbo

Tootacin ma hukuma

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Ka men tootai ma hukuma mbad ka baciibeelu (17)a jaaha ma Abia:[4]

Idim ma Abia

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Title Mindi Sim Zuu Hukuma tootai Palace
Eze OHA 4th of Aba Ngwa Raymond Ogbonna Aba South Eziukwu Aba Autonomous Community
Ochiudo 1 Aba Ukwu Ngwa Jonathan U. oguejiofor (JP): Justice of Peace of Federal Republic of Nigeria, Abia State
Oru 1 of Oru Onyerubi Igbo / Oboro Eze Ralph Ukachi Ogbonna 1 Ikwuano Oru Oboro
Osimiri III Aba Ngwa Eze (Barrister) Sunday Emejiaka 1 Aba South Aba
Eze Aro Igbo / Arochukwu Mazi Ogbonnaya Vincent Okoro (Eze Aro III) 1 Arochukwu Oro Arochukwu
Ugwumba 1 Ndida Ozaar Asa / Asa Eze Samuel Chukwuemeka Agu Ukwa West Umuebulungwu, Ndida Ozaar
Ike 1 Ikeisu Igbo / Isu Augustine O. Igwe (Ike I) ? Arochukwu Ikeisu (Utugiyi)
Ezeala III Ngwa Ngwa Eze Edward Enwereji ? Osisioma Ngwa
Ugo Oha (Eze) Etiti Mgboko Umuanunu Ngwa Ngozi Ibekwe 1 Obi ngwa
Eze Ukwu 1 Ngwa-Ukwu Ngwa Benard Enweremadu 1 Isiala Ngwa Ngwa Ukwu Kingdom. The ancestral home of Ngwa Land.
Nya 1 Nunya Igbo / Oguduasaa M.E. Ihevume ? Isuikwuato Nunya Autonomous Community
Ossah-Ibeku (Eze) Umuahia[5] Igbo / Osaa Nze Hope Onuigbo X X Umuahia Amibo, Nsukwe
Eze Uturu Igbo / Uturu A.E. Ude ? Isuikwuato Uturu
Igbojiakuru (Eze) Alayi Igbo / Alayi Ukeje Philip ? Bende Ndi Elendu, Amaeke Alayi
Awu (Eze) Isuamawu Igbo / Isuikwuato Surveyor Chris E Aboh, FNIS 1 Isuikwuato Eluama Isuama
Enachioken Abiriba Igbo / Abiriba Kalu Kalu Ogbu 1 Ohafia Abiriba
Ohanyere I Ohiya Igbo / Umuahia Eze Abel E. Uhuegbu ? Umuahia South Umueze, Ohiya
Eze Ohanyere I Ahiaba Ubi Ngwa Eze D.O. Ogbuisi ? Isiala Ngwa North Abia
EZE TOWE 1 Umutowe. Igbo / Eze G. C Onwuka ? Umuahia South Abia
Okaa Omee I Amaikwu, Abia Igbo / Uche Nwamarah ? Umuahia South Abia
"Ehi II" Ehi na Uguru Auto. Comm, Umuguru Ngwa Eze E. E. Eluwa 1 Isiala Ngwa South
"Ochi 1" Ochi na Isuochi. Comm, Umunneochi Igbo / Umu Nneochi HRM EZEKWESIRI 1 Umu Nneochi Abia

Calaa ma caca

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 "Mineral Resources". Official Website of Abia State Government (in en-US). 2011-08-21. Retrieved 2022-03-24. 
  2. "Natural Resources – Welcome To The Embassy of Nigeria" (in en-US). Retrieved 2022-02-12. 
  3. Owoh Uzondu Roy (2023-05-07). "Nigeria". Ethnologue (22 ed.). Retrieved 2020-01-10. 
  4. jlukmon (2023-03-14). "List of 17 Local Governments in Abia State and their Headquarters.". ABOUT NIGERIANS (in en-US). Retrieved 2023-05-05. 
  5. Chairman of the Abia State Council of Traditional Rulers