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Abacha is a town in Anambra State in the southeastern part of Nigeria. It is bordered by Abatete, Nimo, Oraukwu and Eziowelle towns. It forms part of the ten communities in the Idemili North Local Government Area of Anambra State, and it is also part of the Anambra central Senatorial Zone. Its people are among the Igbo speaking communities in the eastern part of Nigeria. Abacha comprises six villages; Umudisi, Umuazu, Umuokpolonwu, Umuekpeli, Norgba and Ugwuma. The name of the king is Igwe Mbakwe one of Abacha.