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Abia State is located in southeastern Nigeria and is counted among the oil-producing Niger Delta States. Its capital is Umuahia and the predominant ethnic group is Igbo. Abia has very fertile land and farming is a dominant occupation among its people. There are quite a number of fun places to visit in Abia while visiting.
Things to Do in Abia
Abia state offers quite a lot of experience and fun for the art lovers, party lovers and of course the shopaholics. Interesting places in Abia like The Museum of Colonial history, Shoprite Abia Mall provide the best experience for people in the aforementioned category. Our trip to Abia wouldn't be complete without you trying out Okazi soup at a good restaurant like Mr Biggs Umuahia.
Accomodation In Abia
It is quite cheap staying in Abia,however there are some five star hotels in the state as well. For the best experience,it is advisable to stay in the capital city of Umuahia or the metropolitan city of Aba. There are also a number of cheap hotels in Umuahia designed specially for the comfort of its guests.
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