Abalama

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Abalama, Nigeria
Abalama, Nigeria is located in Nigeria
Abalama, Nigeria
Abalama, Nigeria
Coordinates: 4°45′47″N 6°50′25″E / 4.76306°N 6.84028°E / 4.76306; 6.84028Coordinates: 4°45′47″N 6°50′25″E / 4.76306°N 6.84028°E / 4.76306; 6.84028
Country Nigeria
State Rivers State
Local Government Area Asari-Toru

Abalama, Nigeria is a settlement 15 km southwest of Port Harcourt. It was established in 1880 by members of Elem Abalama. The settlement has grown to become a middle town[clarification needed] of the Kalabari people in Rivers State of Nigeria.

Geography[edit]

Abalama is situated on Abalama Island, along Abalama Creek, in the Asari-Toru Local Government Area in Rivers State, Nigeria. Like many areas in the Delta, water pollution is a problem.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Akingbade, Tunde (Nov 19, 2008). Nigeria: On the Trail of the Environment. p. 107. ISBN 9781438927770. Retrieved 8 October 2017.