• Okoro Eni Nwaka

    Public administrator turned 61 on the 12th of August. A native of Atani village, Okenwa attended Williams Memory Secondary School, Afugiri; Aggrey Memorial College; University of Nigeria Nsukka and the University of Calabar. Ezinwa worked with the Cross River State ...
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  • Joy Ogbonne Chiori

    Legal practitioner and retired public servant, clocked 62 on the 1st of July. A native of Utuhugwu village, Adaukwu was educated at Anglican Girls Secondary School, Ogidi and the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. She was Claims Officer, Unity Life Insurance ...
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  • Uche Onwubiko Ajunwa

    Financial expert and businessman turned 62 on the 12th of June. A native of Atani village, Otejeghejeghe attended Abbot Secondary Grammar School, Ihiala; Texas Southern University and Xavier University, Cincinnati, Ohio. He was Executive Director, North Pacific Drilling Co. Ltd; ...
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  • Julius Chukwuemeka Imuoh

    Professional builder and businessman, clocked 50 on the 7th of June. A native of Ugwuakuma village, Ikemba rose by dint of hard work to the position of Chairman/CEO of JC Imuoh Nigeria Ltd, a civil, mechanical and electrical engineering company. ...
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  • Amuvi Village – History & Administration

    The history of Amuvi people is based on oral tradition. There is no authenticated, written history about Amuvi people, but we faithfully regard the oral history as the best alternative to other sources of history. According to oral traditions Amuvi ...
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  • Aro Golden Age – 1750-1902 (Antecedents of its rise and fall)

    To meaningfully discuss the Aro Golden Age, some of its relevant internal and external factors must be brought to the fore-ground. Most of these were occurring almost concurrently or in close successions that they must be seen as having influenced ...
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  • The 21st Century Aro: Challenges and Prospects

    The Aros, otherwise known as Umuchukwu (children of the supreme God and custodian of the Great Chukwu of Arochukwu –– Ibini Ukpabi), are a people whose home base in the city of Arochukwu is the last Igbo settlement before the ...
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  • In Search of Aro History: The Confederation of Three Dynasties

    As is now generally accepted, early tenth century anno domino, witnessed the fusion of three dynasties in the south eastern zone of Nigeria, into the nation state Aro. There was the Ibibio clan of Obong Okon Ita dynasty with its ...
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  • Ikeji Aro Okeigbo: Its Significance and Circle

    The Ikeji is the yam festival celebrated to mark the end of an old year. The Aro celebrate Ikeji in the month that coincides with the Gregorian month of September, although in some years the celebration time-table spills over into ...
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  • Aro History

    Arochukwu is a small town located at the Southern end of Abia State in Nigeria. The Aros, as other Igbos, migrated from the Middle East to their present location in the then Eastern Nigeria. You cannot mention Christopher Columbus who ...
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