Onitsha-Ado

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Onitsha-Ado is the small, original village that was later incorporated and formed the city of Onitsha, on the east bank of the river Niger in eastern Nigeria, in the area currently called the Anambra state of Nigeria.[1] [2] [3]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Ikime O. Ground work of Nigerian history, Ibadan; Heinemann educational books, 1980.
  2. ^ Onwuejeogwu MA. Igbo civilization: Nri kingdom and hegemony; London, Ethnographica, 1981
  3. ^ Roth RL. Great Benin. Its customs, arts and horrors. Northbrook, Illinois, USA, Metro books Inc, 1972
  4. ^ Uchendu VC. The Igbo of south-eastern Nigeria. New York, USA, Holt, Rinehart and Winston Inc, 1965.
  5. ^ Okonjo IM. British administration in Nigeria 1900-1950-A Nigerian view. New York, Nok Publishers LTD,1974.
  6. ^ Ikime O. Ground work of Nigerian history, Ibadan; Heinemann educational books, 1980.
  7. ^ Onwuejeogwu MA. Igbo civilization: Nri kingdom and hegemony; London, Ethnographica, 1981
  8. ^ Roth RL. Great Benin. Its customs, arts and horrors. Northbrook, Illinois, USA, Metro books Inc, 1972
  9. ^ Umeh JA. Igbo people-their origin and culture area. Enugu, Nigeria; Gostak printing and publishing Co.Ltd, 1999
  10. ^ Crowder M. West Africa under colonial rule. London; Hutchinson and Company (publishers) limited, 1976