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
StateAnambra State
Time zoneUTC+1 (WAT)

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, Lilu, Nigeria, Okija, Mbosi, Iseke, Orsumoghu, Ubuluisuzor and Uli.It lies in the agricultural belt of the state.[citation needed]

People from Ihiala[edit]

  • Dr. Chinwoke Mbadinuju, former Anambra governor
  • Ebuka Obi-Uchendu Lawyer, former reality star and popular media personality
  • Engineer Mark Ezemba. Ebubedike 1 of Amorka.
  • Eleanya Crescent Chibuike. Geologist at RUWASSA, Ministry of Power and Domestic Water Development, Anambra State Government.
  • HRH Igwe Dr. C.I. Okechukwu, The Oluoha XVI and Clan Head of Ihiala. Former Senior Lecturer of Accounting at University of Nigeria Nsukka
  • Engr. Chinedu Obiako, Computer Scientist and Engineer, Former AGM Products and Enterprise Solutions, Zinox Technologies Limited - The first indigenous Computer manufacturer.

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