Nigeria is a country in the western part of Africa. It is a country with thirty-six states and it's federal capital territory. The country has six geopolitical area and three major enthic group, which consist of Igbo, Hausa and Yoruba.
Therefore, majorly the Igbos occupies the Eastern part of Nigeria. There are five states which make up the Eastern part of Nigeria. These states are Anambra, Imo, Enugu, Abia and Ebonyi state. The Eastern part of Nigeria has really been developing years after the Biafran war. This part of Nigeria has really changed compared to the time of the Biafran war. A lot of places in the nation was destroyed during the Nigerian civil war, but there is now an improvement in the nation. The Eastern part of Nigeria now has good infrastructures and the rest of them.
So in this article today, I will be sharing photos of some development in the Eastern part of Nigeria.
This state has beautiful and developed places. The state has really changed, improved and developed since the Nigerian civil war.
Anambra state is regarded as the light of the nation. The state is one of the most populous state in Nigeria. The state also has one of the biggest and largest market in Nigeria, known as Onitsha main market.
This beautiful state has really been developing since after the Nigeria civil war. The state has some beautiful places which is well developed.
The capital of Ebonyi is Abakaliki. The capital of Ebonyi is really beautiful and richly blessed.
Enugu is the capital of Enugu State in Nigeria. It is located in Eastern part of Nigeria. The city is really developed. Enugu capital has beautiful places and good infrastructures.
The state is sharing boundary with Anambra, kogi, Benue and others.
Abia is a state in the south eastern part of Nigeria. The capital is Umuahia, and the major commercial city is Aba. The state has really changed and developed compared to the time of the Nigeria civil war. The state is surrounded by or sharing boundaries with Imo state and other states.
Imo State is one of the state in the eastern part of Nigeria. The capital of Imo is Owerri. The state has really been developing. The state has good infrastructures and others. The state is sharing boundaries with Anambra, Abia and other states.
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