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Abia

a state of SE Nigeria. Capital: Umuahia. Pop.: 2 569 362 (1995 est). Area (including Imo state): 11 850 sq. km (4575 sq. miles)
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Responding before the Committee, the Rector of the Abia State Polytechnic, Professor Ezionye Eboh, told the committee that the institution's management had concluded arrangement to hold convocation for her graduated students before October 2019.
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Hyacinth Orikara, a doctor at the Heda clinic in Aba in the southeastern state of Abia, was arrested along with the girls during a raid last weekend which followed a tip-off that infants were being "farmed" and sold, police said on Thursday.