Ihiala

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Ihiala
LGA and city
Ihiala is located in Nigeria
Ihiala
Ihiala
Coordinates: 5°51′14″N 6°51′36″E / 5.85389°N 6.86000°E / 5.85389; 6.86000
Country  Nigeria
State Anambra State
Time zone WAT (UTC+1)

Ihiala is a city in Nigeria, located in the south of the state Anambra, and has long served as the local administrative capital of the zone. The population is about 87,796 persons.[1]

Ihiala consists of several cities, such as Amorka, Azia, Okija, Mbosi, Iseke, Orsumoghu, Ubuluisuzor and Uli. It lies in the agricultural belt of the state. Ihiala is an unusually peaceful part of the country, attracting settlers wishing to escape other chaotic Nigerian cities.

The Biafra in International Airport, which was used for humanitarian relief, was located in Amorka during the Nigerian Civil War. Also located in Amorka is one of the Bunkers built by the then Leader of the Biafrans.

Universities in Ihiala Local Government Area[edit]

Secondary Schools in Ihiala Local Government Area[edit]

  • Community High School, Amorka
  • Community Secondary School, Azia
  • St. Anthony’s Secondary School, Azia
  • Abbot Girls’ Secondary School, Ihiala
  • Abbot Boys’ Secondary School, Ihiala
  • Government Technical College, Ihiala
  • St. Jude’s Secondary School, Ihiala
  • Community Secondary School, Isseke
  • Community Secondary School, Lilu
  • Community Secondary School, Mbosi
  • Union Secondary School, Okija
  • Okija Grammar School, Okija
  • Community Secondary School, Orsumoghu
  • Girls’ Secondary School, Uli
  • Uli High School, Uli
  • Community High School, Umuoma-Uli
  • Community Secondary School, Ogwuaniocha

Notable persons from Ihiala[edit]

  • Chief G. Okeke, former Nigeria 1st Republic Minister and anti-colonial fighter
  • Dr. Chinwoke Mbadinuju, former Anambra governor
  • Sir Gabriel Nweze Igboanugo, Historian and Writer
  • Engr. Enwereji Chukwuebuka Michael, first graduate/registered Engineer in Ubuluisiuzor, Ihiala LGA
  • Venerable Professor Edmund Ilogu, Anglican Priest, An Igbo elder in the United States
  • Bar Chidi Amamgbo. lawyer and solicitor based in California
  • Prof Mrs Chinelo Nzelibe, Federal Character commissioner 1999-2005
  • Prof. Dr. I.J. Dioha, Energy Commission of Nigeria
  • Barr. Fred Ozoemena Obiejesi, a Legal icon based in Nigeria
  • Engr. Michael Ezemba, first graduate/registered Engineer in Amorka.
  • Dr. Ernest Azudialu-Obiejesi (Osuofia), - Group Managing Director, Obijackson Group (founder/CEO of Nestoil Plc.)
  • Com. Mezie Ibeh, the youngest notable Politician in Ihiala LGA(Was abducted during his venture in elections and was later released harmlessly)
  • Charles Izu Ezeonyirimba, The youngest Philanthropist in Nigeria (1st Chairman Ohaneze Ndigbo olambe)and owner: IZUCASON LTD, (from Azia in Ihiala LGA).
  • Prof Titus Eze
  • Dr ABC Orjiakor
  • Chief chuma Nzeribe:A foremost politician
  • Engr Okey Anyika (MIET) : Engineer, Project Manager, Politician and Entrepreneur (London).
  • Engr Owen Azubuike ( Businessman, Entrepreneur and philanthropist) Founder/ CEO of KELECHI'S & TECH SOLUTIONS, LLC

based in USA..

Sir Daniel Chukwudozie. Chairman Dozzy Group. (Dozzy Oil and Gas Ind.Ltd).

Toni Chijioke Dan Nwabugwu (Entertainment Producer) Executive Producer @ CJ-Dann Entertainment.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The World Gazetteer". Archived from the original on 2013-02-09. Retrieved 2007-02-20. 

Coordinates: 5°51′14″N 6°51′36″E / 5.85389°N 6.86000°E / 5.85389; 6.86000