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Emeka Ononamadu

General Introduction

Imo State, located in south eastern Nigeria, with Owerri as its capital and largest city, is one of the thirty - six states in Nigeria. It was created by the regime of Late General Murtala Mohammed, on February3, 1976 out of the old East Central state. The state is named after Imo River, which course from the Okigwe/Awka upland. Imo state has “given birth” to Abia in 1991 and by extension Ebonyi states which was carved out of Abia state. The main cities in Imo State are Owerri, Orlu and Okigwe. The local language is Igbo and Christianity is the predominant religion while some people in the state still practice traditional religions. Although English is the Nigeria official language, almost 89% speak and hear English or a caricature of English which is called broken English.

Draft Summary report of Elected Representatives Performance Scorecard for Ezinihitte Local Government Area

Written by Emeka Ononamadu, Chidi Igwe and Nnaemeka Onyejiuwa. Posted in Resources


Between February 2011 and September 2012, CCIDESOR organized series of citizen’s capacity building to prepare the community members to attract desired development through critical and strategic engagement with the governance process as well as the key players. These capacity building efforts were conducted under our unique approach called Democracy Clinic. It was through this clinic that Democracy and Development Vanguards emerged to oversee and facilitate sustainable Democracy Clinic meant to cure democracy ills.

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