Akwa South Towns And Villages
Awka is a town in the Awka south local government area; it is the seat of government and home to a large number of notable individuals from both Nigeria and overseas.
In contrast, Amawbia is home to the state house, also known as the Governor’s lodge, and the State Prisons. There are noteworthy infrastructures in Nise, such as the WAEC (West African Examination Council) state headquarters and St. Paul University College.
Below is the complete list Of Towns And Villages In Akwa South Local Government, Anambra State, Nigeria:
Isiagu is a town located within the Awka south local government region. It is one of the state’s agricultural regions with lush, fertile soil suitable for farming. It is thought to be one of the oldest towns in southeast Nigeria (igbo land).
To date, the Isiagu community has had two traditional rulers. The current traditional ruler is Igwe Augustine Nwanko, often known as Igwe Augustine (igwe agu 1 of Isiagu).
There are two elementary schools and one secondary school in Isiagu. The town has a history of peaceful coinhibition and a rich cultural heritage; Isiagu preserves its culture and traditions to this day.