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Photo: Skyview of Nnewi City
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Photo: Skyview of Nnewi City

Nnewi is an industrial city and the second-largest city in Anambra State in southeastern Nigeria. The city is known for producing a diversified range of transportation entrepreneurs from transporters, to spare parts dealers and manufacturers. It is located about 15 miles south of Onitsha and has a population of about 958,000.

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Video: Skyview of Otolo, Nnewi City

Otolo Nnewi Otolo is a town in Nnewi North, Anambra State, Nigeria. Otolo is the premier quarter in Nnewi among the four quarters of Nnewi town. Others are Umudim, Uruagu and Nnewichi. This is true in terms of population, the seat of political power and, apparently even, the concentration of wealth

Photos of HRH Igwe Kenneth Orizu III of Nnewi Kingdom
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Photos of HRH Igwe Kenneth Orizu III of Nnewi Kingdom

Igwe Kenneth Onyeneke Orizu III (born 1925) is the 20th Obi of Otolo and Igwe of Nnewi kingdom. He is the traditional supreme ruler and spiritual leader in Nnewi, an Igbo city in Nigeria. DISCLAIMERThis site claims no credit for any images posted unless where otherwise stated. Images on this site are copyright to its...

Video: Afiaolu Nnewi Cultural Festival -2014
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Video: Afiaolu Nnewi Cultural Festival -2014

Afiaolu (New yam festival) is a traditional festival held annually in Nnewi around August. The Afiaolu festival commences on “Eke” day with what is traditionally described as “IWAJI” (scaling of yam) and Ikpa Nku (the wood gathering), this heralds the availability of new yam as well as a thanksgiving to God. The festival includes a variety of entertainments including the performance of ceremonial rites by the Igwe (king), cultural dance by girls and masquerade dance.

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Video: Ofala Nnewi Cultural Festival 2014 – Part 2

The Ofala Festival also called Ofala Nnewi, is an annual ceremony practised by the indigenes of Nnewi and Onitsha in Anambra State, South-Western Nigeria. The term ofala (English: the authority of the land) is derived from two Igbo words – ofo (English: authority) and ala (English: land).

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Video: Ofala Nnewi -Cultural Festival 2014

The Ofala Festival also called Ofala Nnewi, is an annual ceremony practised by the indigenes of Nnewi and Onitsha in Anambra State, South-Western Nigeria. The term ofala (English: the authority of the land) is derived from two Igbo words - ofo (English: authority) and ala (English: land).

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