• Ifechukwu Augustine Igbo

    Accountant and financial expert turned 55 on the 30th of November. A native of Ikpaeze Uno, Arondizuogu, Ife, as he is fondly called, attended  St. Joseph Catholic School; Iheme Memorial Grammar School both in Arondizuogu; Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria and ...
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  • Sunday Collins Imoh

    Insurance executive clocked 65 on the 13th of November. A native of Amazu Ikpakwu, Arondizuogu, he was educated at the Institute of Management Technology (IMT), Enugu; A&M University and the University of Houston both in the USA. He was Assistant ...
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  • Dr. Francis Amobi Ohuabunwa

    Homeopathic medical practitioner and businessman, turned 59 on the 12th of February. A native of Ndiakunwata Onuimo, Arondizuogu, he attended National High School, Arondizuogu; Institute of Open Cast Mining and Technology, Jos and the Pan African College of Homeopathic Medicines. ...
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  • Alex Ekubo Okwaraeke

    Administrator and community leader clocked 64 on the 7th of February. A native of Ujari village, Ugwu Aro was educated at Fiditi Grammar School, Oyo State; Lagos City College; Corpus Christi College, Achi; Baptist Academy and the University of Port ...
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  • Andy Ike Ezeani

    Journalist and civil servant, turned 56 on the 30th of November. A native of Ndiuche Village, Arondizuogu, Andy attended National High School, Arondizuogu, CMS Grammar School and the University of Lagos. He worked with The Guardian Newspaper; pioneer staff, Champion ...
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  • Dr. Okwudiri Celestine Ezeani

    Medical practitioner, turned 62 on the 1st of November. A native of Ndiuche village, Arondizuogu, Ojiofoejeogo attended National High School, Arondizuogu; Government College, Umuahia; Bishop Shanahan College, Orlu and the University of Lagos. He worked, rose through the ranks and ...
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  • Slyverius Ikenegbu Okoli

    Civil engineer and petroleum marketer clocked 77 on the 10th of January. A native of Umueve village, Ajalli, Orumba North LGA, Anambra State, Ugwu Aro was educated at Government College Umuahia and the University College, Ibadan (Nigerian College, Zaria campus). ...
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  • From the desk of Nzuko Aro Pub Secretary General

    Aro News: Good to have you again Mazi. How is Nzuko Aro Fairing?  PSG: Great Nzuko Aro. We are making waves in different dimensions, succeeding in its drive to woo Umu Aro to embrace Nzuko Aro and contribute to Aro development ...
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  • Deplorable State of Arochukwu Post Office: Akoma petitions Postmaster-General…Describes it as public nuisance, seeks its rehabilitation

    Worried by the deplorable state of Arochukwu Post Office, a concerned Aro citizen and public affairs commentator, Mazi Ogbonnaya Akoma, has petitioned the Postmaster-General of the Federation seeking its immediate renovation. In the four-paragraph letter sent to the PMG, Mazi ...
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  • Labour union strike paralyses ASCETA

    The industrial action embarked upon by the two frontline unions in the Abia State College of Education, Technical, Arochukwu (ASCETA) has paralysed general activities and the entire administration of the college. When Aro News visited the college on November 17, ...
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