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Ihiala Postal Codes & Zip Codes List

Location City/LGA States or Territories Type Postcode
Ihiala Ihiala Anambra facility 431003
Uli Ihiala Anambra facility 431004
Okija Ihiala Anambra facility 431005
Umummeri Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umunwajiobi Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Uzoakwa Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Akwa Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Ehuejim Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Ezeani Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Ihudim Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Mbarakpaka Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Ndiezike Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Obadaawa Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Odoata Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Ogboro Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Ogwuaniocha Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Okohia Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Ubahuekwem Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umuabike Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umuada Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umuadobaihe Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umudabode Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umudala Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umuebugwu Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umuehekwone Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umueze Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umuezeawala Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umuezeogu Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Umuezeolutu Ihiala Anambra rural 431116
Ezikala Ihiala Anambra rural 431117


Description of Ihiala

Ihiala local government area is situated in Anambra state which is located in the Southeast of Nigeria. The local government is bordered by some parts of the Imo state and by the Ekwusigo, Ogbaru, and Nnewi south LGAs of Anambra state. Villages and towns that makeup Ihiala local government include Azia, Amorka, Okija, Isseke, Lilu, Orsumoghu, Mbosi, Ubuluisiuzor, and Uli. The estimated population of the Ihiala local government area is more compared to some other local governments with the area having the vast majority of the inhabitants being members of the Igbo ethnic group. The Igbo language is broadly spoken in the area while the religion of Christianity is largely practiced in the local government area. Notable festivals celebrated in Ihiala LGA include the New Yam festival while notable landmarks that are situated in the area include the Anambra state School of Nursing and the Anambra state University in Uli.

Geography of Ihiala

Ihiala local government area falls under the Tropical climate and have two different seasons which are the dry and the rainy seasons. The average temperature of the area is calculated at 26 degrees centigrade while the humidity level of the area put at an average of about 71 percent. The total precipitation of the Ihiala local government is at an average of about 2250 mm of rainfall per annum.

Alternative Names: Ihiala LGA

Latitude: 5° 51’ 17” N

Longitude: 6° 51’ 33” E

Population: 83,265 (2016)

Economy of Ihiala

Farming is a vital feature of the economy of Ihiala local government with the area popularly known for the cultivation of a number of crops such as cassava, yam, vegetables, and cocoyam. The local government area also has a lively trade sector and hosts some markets such as the Nkwogbe markets and the Nkwor Ihiala. Ihiala local government area also hosts a number of Banks, Hotels, public and private institutions.


Description of Anambra 

The state of Anambra can be found in the southeast of Nigeria. On August 27, 1991, the state was officially founded. The states of Delta, Imo, Enugu, and Kogi lie to the west, south, east, and north of Anambra, respectively. 

There are more than 4.1 million people living in the state, according of the 2006 census. Omambala River, a major waterway in the state, inspired the state's naming in 1976, when it gained independence from East Central State. The name Anambra is derived from the Yoruba word Omambala. Awka, the state capital, is a fast expanding city with a projected population of 3 million by the year 2020, up from an estimated 300,000 in 2006. Onitsha, a pre-colonial port city, is still an important economic hub in the state. 

Anambra State, also known as the "Light of the Nation," has the eighth-highest population in the United States, though this is hotly contested because Onitsha, the state's largest and most populous urban area, was found to have more than 5 million residents in 2019 by Africapolis, making it the second-largest urban area in Nigeria and the third-largest in Africa. Despite being the second smallest state in size, Anambra is home to a large population. Since at least the 9th century AD, the territory now known as Anambra State has been home to many different cultures. One of these was the ancient Kingdom of Nri, whose capital was the historic town of Igbo-Ukwu. Most people living in Anambra State are of the Igbo ethnic group, and the Igbo language is widely spoken there. 

Anambra State was a territory of the Republic of Biafra, a breakaway nation created by Igbo nationalists during the Nigerian Civil War (1967-1970). Anambra State suffered a devastating famine throughout the war, killing off a large percentage of the population. Anambra State has made great efforts in recent years toward eliminating poverty, and it is now a highly urbanized state. 

Geographical description of Anambra 

As of 2015, more than 60% of Anambra State's population resided in urban areas, with that number expected to rise by 2.21 percent year. It's a highly urbanized region, ranking among the top 5 in Nigeria. 

Onitsha, which includes Okpoko town; Ogbaru; Nnewi; and Awka, the state capital, are the major urban centres of Anambra state. Urban centers like Awka and Onitsha emerged prior to colonial rule; Awka became the major industrial center of the Nri empire. Onitsha is a city-state on the Niger River that grew in importance as a river port and commercial hub. 

Onitsha is a thriving commercial center, and its sprawling metropolitan area now includes the local government areas (LGAs) of Idemili, Oyi, and Anambra East, and is home to one of the largest markets in all of West Africa. 

It was in 2012 that the tri-city area began being referred to as the Onitsha-Nnewi-Awka (ONA) Industrial Axis in light of the increasing number of factories in the region. The city of Nnewi, Nigeria, is a thriving commercial and industrial hub that has been compared to Taiwan. Awka's administrative prominence from before colonialism has returned now that it has been named the state capital. 


The states of Delta, Imo, Rivers, Enugu, and Kogi form the western, southern, eastern, and northern boundaries, respectively. The Anambra River (Omambala), a tributary of the Niger, serves as the inspiration for the name of this region. 

The Igbo are the state's original inhabitants, and they make up 99.9% of the population. A small percentage of the population is bilingual, and they are concentrated in the northwestern part of the state. 

Located in southeastern Nigeria, Anambra is the second-most populous state in terms of population density, behind only Lagos State. Numerous densely populated villages and small towns dot the more than 45 km between Oba and Amorka, resulting in a population density of between 1,500 and 2,000 people per square kilometer. 

The state of Anambra is rich in agricultural opportunities, including fishing, farming, and pasture land. 

Petroleum and Natural Gas 

In 2006, the first commercial refinery in Nigeria, Orient Petroleum Refinery (OPR), held a foundation-laying ceremony in the Aguleri area. 

Owner Orient Petroleum Resource Ltd (OPRL) received permission from the Federal Government in June 2002 to build a private refinery with a capacity of 55,000 barrels per day (7,500 t/d). 

In 2012, Governor Peter Obi and other Orient Petroleum players succeeded in turning Anambra State become an oil-producing state. The oil was discovered in the Anambra River basin by a local firm. 

Orient Petroleum Resources Plc's management announced on 2 August 2015 that the business aimed to expand crude oil production to 3,000 barrels per day by September 2015, in part by increasing output at two newly drilled oil wells in the Aguleri oil fields. Nails and Stanley Ltd, a local firm, planned to set up shop in Umueje, AyamelumLocal Government Area, and build a gas plant to fuel the region's booming oil and gas sector. 

Economy of Anambra

In Anambra, agriculture is a major economic driver. Plants like oil palms, corn, rice, yams, and cassava are cultivated. Additionally crucial is going fishing. 

Located in Nnewi, the state of Anambra is home to the first Nigerian vehicle manufacturer, Innoson. 

Onitsha attracts businesspeople from all over West Africa, increasing the country's GDP thanks to the increased sales tax collection. 

There is a lot of original thinking and ground-breaking work being done in Anambra. The state of Anambra has seen a boost to its GDP as a result of its many new inventions and the high value placed on education. One of these was in 2018 when brothers Atikpo and Ubaka Chukwuebuka invented a machine to remove the bitterness of bitter leaf (a highly nutritious vegetable).  Using this tool, the state's vegetable farmers will be able to harvest many more vegetables per year. 

A potential of one thousand trillion cubic feet of gas reserves lies untapped in the Anambra Basin, one of Nigeria's most promising oil and gas fields. Orient Petroleum and Sterling Oil Exploration and Production Co. LTD (SEEPCO) are just two of the indigenous companies that are helping to make Anambra state one of the top crude oil producers in the world thanks to its over 13 oil wells.

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