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Prof. Charles Chukwuma Soludo

Executive Governor

Dr. Onyekachukwu Ibezim

Deputy Governor


The State covers an area of 4,416sq km, has tropical rain forest vegetation, humid climate with a temperature of about 87F and a rainfall of between 152cm- 203cm. It is situated on rolling flat land on the eastern plains of the River Niger, the State has a population of 4,055,048 people, according to the 2006 census and it shares boundaries with Abia, Delta, Enugu, Imo and Kogi States

Economic Profile

Natural gas, crude oil, bauxite, ceramic and has an almost 100 percent arable soil.


Trading and handworks



Major Cities

Ethnic Profile
The indigenous ethnic group in Anambra state are the Igbos (98% of population) and a small population of Igala (2% of the population) who live in the North Western part of the state.
Local Govt Areas
Anambra State has 21 local Government Areas, as listed below:Aguata; Awka North; Awka South; Anambra East; Anambra West; Anaocha; Ayamelum; Dunukofia; Ekwusigo; Idemili North; Idemili South; Ihiala; Njikoka; Nnewi North; Nnewi South; Ogbaru; Onitsha North; Onitsha South; Orumba North; Orumba South; Oyi.