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InformationEbonyi State is a mainland south-eastern state of Nigeria, populated primarily by Igbos (95% of population). Its capital and largest city is Abakaliki. Afikpo is the second largest city. It is one of the six new states in Nigeria created in 1996; Ebonyi was created from the of old Abakaliki division of Enugu State and old Afikpo division of Abia State.
There are five first languages spoken in Ebonyi: Izi-Ezaa-Ikwo-Mgbo, Kukele, Legbo, Mbembe, and Oring.
Local Government Areas
- Abakaliki, Nigeria
- Afikpo North, Nigeria
- Afikpo South, Nigeria
- Ebonyi, Nigeria
- Ezza North, Nigeria
- Ezza South, Nigeria
- Ikwo, Nigeria
- Ishielu, Nigeria
- Ivo, Nigeria
- Izzi, Nigeria
- Ohaozara, Nigeria
- Ohaukwu, Nigeria
- Onicha, Nigeria
Other main towns
Other major towns are Edda, Onueke, Nkalagu, Uburu, Onicha, Ishiagu, Amasiri and Okposi.
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