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Religion

Religion

August 21, 2011

The people of Abia State are pre-dominantly Christians of different denominations. There are also a good number of Muslims, with adherents of the two religions living together peacefully. Some people in the state are animists, who believe in a Being called “Chukwu.” The traditional worshippers believe in the ability of Read More →

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Education

August 21, 2011

The Abia State Government places priority on education. It runs over 800 primary schools, 160 secondary schools, one teacher training college and five technical colleges. There is also a College of Education (Technical) at Arochukwu. Other higher institutions in the state are the Abia State University at Uturu in lsuikwuato Read More →

industry

Industries

August 21, 2011

It is the policy of the Abia State Government to encourage the development of industrial activities in the state. Large-scale industrial establishments located in Abia include; Nigerian Breweries, Aba; Golden Guinea Breweries, Umuahia; Aba Textile Mills, International Glass Industry (IGI), Aba and Modern Ceramics, Umuahia etc. Several medium scale industries Read More →

Mineral Resources

Mineral Resources

August 21, 2011

Abia State is blessed with enormous mineral resources. The proper exploitation of these minerals has obvious economic and development implications. The types, location and potential uses of these minerals are shown below; S/N Minerals Sources of Raw Materials Utilization (or Potential uses ) 1 Crude Oil Oilfields at Imo River Read More →

Culture & Tourism

Culture & Tourism

August 21, 2011

Abia State is blessed with abundant potentials that are scattered all over the State. Since the creation of Abia State in 1991, the State has been its best within its available resources in the identification, development and harnessing of these rich and abundant tourism potentials. Realizing the importance of tourism, Read More →

The People

The People

August 21, 2011

The People of Abia are mainly of the Igbo stock. English is widely spoken and serves as the official language in governance and business while the Igbo language serves as a native tongue.  Globally, the Igbos are well travelled. They are known to be tolerant, ultra-democratic and reputed to be Read More →

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About Abia State

August 21, 2011