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|Nickname(s): Alor London|
|Local Government Area||Idemili South|
|• Traditional Ruler||Currently Vacant(Regent)|
|• Governing Body||Igwe-In-Council, Alor People's Convention (APC)|
|Time zone||WAT (UTC+01)|
Alor has several functional road system that primes it from the surrounding communities, adequate water reticulation and street lights that grace the town at night. The main market day in Alor is NKWO, and on that day, traders from the villages and from neighboring towns converge at the market square (Nkwo-Alor) to trade.
The Traditional government of Alor consists of the Igwe (King) followed by the Ndi-Ichie (Lords), Ndi-Idi, Ndi-Ozo (orzor), Ndi-Nze (Dukes) and other titled individuals and groups E.g.:, Umu-Nna, Umu-Ada, Otu Ogbo (Age Group), Ndi-Ikom, Ndi-Nne etc. However, there are other special sceptered branches that enforce order, they are:- the Igwe-In-Council, Alor Peoples Convention (APC), Alor Development Union (ADU), the vigilante groups etc.
The Alor has numerous educated sons and daughters that are employed in manifold industries and trades both in Alor, Nigeria and overseas. Moreover, Animal husbandry, Block industries, Printing Press, Wine depot (palm wine), Palm oil mills, and Soap industries are among the few industries that can be found in Alor.
Alorites originally are business men and women measured in textile materials, but today,many are educated and practicing professionals. Alor was known with a slogan "Alor London" because many of them stay in London in the early days. Alor is home to numerous nursery schools with seven primary schools and two high schools, plus other higher institutions like commercial colleges and evangelical seminaries.
The culture of Alor is equivalent to its neighboring communities which are in turn consistent with general Igbo culture.
Place of worship
Alor has multiple churches and denominations: Roman Catholic, Anglican, Save The Lost Mission, Deeper life, Cherubim and Seraphim, Dominion City, Grace of God Assemblies, Odozi-Obodo, Living Faith Church (Winners Chapel), Sabbath churches etc.
Some prominent people from Alor include;
- Chief P.N. Okeke-Ojiudu - Nigerian First Republic politician, was Minister of Agriculture and businessman.
- Senator Chris Ngige - Nigeria's current minister of Labour and Employment and Former Governor of Anambra State.
- Engr. Emeka Ezeh (FNSE), Director General Bureau of Public Procurement, Nigeria.
- HRH Chief S.N Okonkwo Ezediohamma 1 of Alor.