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The people of Edda, also known as the Edda Egbebu, are a sub-group of the Igbo people in south-eastern Nigeria. The land and people of Edda have been constitutionally designated the present day Afikpo South Local Government Area of Ebonyi State, Nigeria.
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- Egbebu progressive union
- Edda women wing Enugu
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