List of Post Offices, Abia State 

The Post Offices in Abia State are:

AbaNo.1 Asa Road AbaAbaAba South
Abia PolyUmuahia road, UmungasiDetacched StudentsOsisioma
AbiribaBy Divisional Police StationAbiribaOhafia
Achara UturuAchara Uturu Markek SquareAchara-UturuIsukwuato
AfugiriOpposite Pry School AfugiriAfugiriUmuahia North
Akanu-ItemAkanu-Item Town squareAkanu-ItemBende
AkweteMkt square Akwete AkweteAba South
AlayiAbiriba Rb AlayiAlayiBende
Amapu NtighaOpp. Market SquareAmapu NtighaIsiala Ngwa North
Ameke-IbekuAmeke Pri. Sch. Ameke Ibeku VillageUmuahiaUmuahia North
AmudaUmumeze Nkwoagu AmudaAmuda CommunityIsukwuato
AniaAnia VillageAniaOhafia
AriamBehind Magistrate Court AriamAriamIkwuano
ArochukwuAgbagwu Village ArochukwuArochukwuArochukwu
Azumiriopp. Afor mkt Azumini TownAzuminiAba South
BendeInside Bende LGA HqtrsBendeBende
EkenobiziPost office Bus-stop EkenobiziEkenobiziUmuahia North
EluamaEluama VillageEluamaIsuikwuato
Eziama NneatoEke Eziama Market SquareNnento TownIsukwuato
IgbereIgbere TownIgbereBende
IhechiowaObinto VillageIhechiowaArochukwu
Imo RiverObigbo RoadAsaAba South
ItemItem VillageItemBende
LokpantaEnugu Road LokpantaLokpantaUmunneochi
MbalaNkwo Mbala Market SquareMbala TownIsukwuato
NbawsiUmunkolo Rd. NbawsiNbawsiIsiala Ngwa North
Ngodo IsuochiUhuru NgodoNgodo IsuochiIsukwuato
Ngwa Rd.No 13 Ngwa Rd. AbaAbaAba North
NilanOld Umuahia Rd. Off Ogbor Hill AbaAba South
Nipost HdqrtsWar Meseum Rd. UmuUmuaguUmuahia North
NkpaNkpa Near Uzuakoli in Bende LGANkpaBende
Nkwo OkaiugaNkwoegwu Market squareNkwoegwu OkaiugaIkwuano
NsuOreagu Market, NsuNsu TownEhime Mbano
OboroNdioro Central School OboroOboroIkwuano
Ogbor Hill129 Ogbor Hill AbaAba Aba South
Ohafia B.OElu OhafiaEbem OhafiaOhafia
OhafiaArochukwu Rb OhafiaOhafiaOhafia
Okpuala NgwaOpp. Isialangwa North LGAOkpuala NgwaIsiala Ngwa North
Old Post Office4/5 Ikot-Ekpene Rd.AbaAba South
Old UmuahiaAffor Ibeji Market SquareOld UmuahiaUmuahia South
OlokoEke Market Square OlokoOlokoIkwuano
OlokoroAhaiaukwu Market Square OlokoroOlokoroUmuahia South
OmobaOmoba TownOmobaIsiala Ngwa South
OvimOkigwe Rd. OvimOvimIsuikwuato
OwerrintaOwerrinta TownOwerrintaIsiala Ngwa South
OzuabamOzuabam Market SquareOzu AbamBende
OzuitemOzuitem TownOzuitemBende
UbakalaApumiri UbakalaApumiriUmuahia South
Umuahia B.OLibrary AvenueUmuahiaUmuahia North
UmuahiaNo.1 Aba Road UmuaiahUmuahiaUmuahia North
Umudike CampusAlon Ikot-Ekpene Rd. Umudike Campus MOUAUUmudikeIkwuano
Umungasi177 Aba/Owerri Rd. AbaUmungasiOsisioma
UmunkpeyiOpp. Isialangwa Village HallUmunkpeyiIsiala-Ngwa South
UmuosuOpp. Market SquareUmuosuIsiala-Ngwa North
UturuAfikpo Road Ukwunwangwu, UturuUturu TownIsukwuato
UzuakoliBehinde Eke Mkt SquareUzuakoliIsuikwuato
World Bank Housing EstateEnugukwu Rd. WBHE UmuWBHE UmuUmuahia North

Nigeria is a country in Africa, a regional power on the continent and an emerging power on the international scene.

It has 36 states and a Federal Capital Territory, Abuja.

Having being divided into states, the country is further divided into 774 Local Government Areas (LGAs).

The LGAs are under the control of their respective states.

The country has the largest economy in Africa.

Nigeria’s population is over 230 million, making it number 1 most populated country in Africa, and number 6 in the world.

Tiv people of Nigeria

It covers an area of 923,769 square kilometres (356,669 sq mi).

It is situated between the Sahel to the north and the Gulf of Guinea to the south in the Atlantic Ocean.

Abuja City Gate

Nigeria borders Niger in the north, Chad in the northeast, Cameroon in the east, and Benin in the west.

It is often referred to as the Giant of Africa owing to its large population and economy and is considered to be an emerging market by the World Bank.

National Assembly building

However, the country ranks very low in the Human Development Index and remains one of the most corrupt nations in the world.

Maitama, Abuja with Hilton Hotel’s high-rise building in the foreground

The largest city in Nigeria is Lagos, one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world and the largest in Africa.

Lagos, the commercial capital and main sea port city

Nigeria is a multinational state inhabited by more than 250 ethnic groups speaking 500 distinct languages, all identifying with a wide variety of cultures.

The official language is English, chosen to facilitate linguistic unity at the national level.

Nigeria is a founding member of AU (African Union) and a member of other international organizations including UN (United Nations), Commonwealth of Nations and ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African States).