• 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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  • Aro Throne In History- Profile of the Aro Monarch

    Mazi Vincent Ogbonnaya Okoro Asi Eko Oke Nnachi, CFR, Eze Aro VIII of Arochukwu was born on March 6th, 1932 at Nde Oke, Oror, Arochukwu to the late Mazi Okoro Asi Eko Okenachi who died in 1952. His late grand ...
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  • Fidelis Nwosu now UN Peace Ambassador

    The amiable and hardworking President of Nzuko Aro, Abuja Branch, Mazi Fidelis Okoro Nwosu has bagged the United Nations Peace Ambassador for his efforts at community development. Omereoha as he is fondly called was found worthy for the award because ...
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  • Elekwa appointed ABSU DVC

    Professor Iheanyichukwu Elekwa is the new Deputy Vice Chancellor (DVC), Abia State University, Uturu. Prof. Elekwa’s appointment, which took effect from 20th February, 2015, is contained in a statement issued by the University’s Governing Council. He takes over from Prof. ...
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  • George Obioha

    Businessman clocked 68 on the 14th of April. A native of Ndiakeme Uno, Arondizuogu, Omekannaya attended Ladi Lak Institute, Yaba; CMS Grammar School; Kingston College and Howard University, Washington, USA. He is Chairman/CEO Geobi Nigeria Ltd and past chairman, Nigeria ...
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  • Jerry Nwankwo (Ph.D)

    Retired civil servant and community leader turned 74 on the 5th of May. A native of Upata village, Ajalli, Jerry attended CMS and Government College, Ughelli; University of Ibadan and the University of New York, where he bagged a Ph.D ...
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