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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.
Ebonyi State is a state of Nigeria, in the south of the Eastern region. It is inhabited and populated primarily by Igbo. Its capital and largest city is Abakaliki. It is one of the six states created in 1996 by the Abacha government. Ebonyi was created from parts of both Enugu State and Abia State. It is the location of the Federal College of Agriculture, Ishiagu.
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