Ika, Akwa Ibom(Redirected from Ika, Nigeria)
Ika (Ika-Annang) is a Local Government Area in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. The headquarters of the Ika local government area is Urua Inyang. Ika is subdivided into clans Urban (1 & II), Ito (1, II and III) Achan (1, II and III) and Odoro (1 & II) and over 50 villages in totality with an identical cultural display call Akakum nicknamed Afum. Displayed mostly at Christmas.
|State||Akwa Ibom State|
|• Chairman||Hon. Anthony Udousung|
|Time zone||WAT (UTC+1)|
Ika is one of the eight Annang local government areas of the present thirty-one local government areas in Akwa Ibom State. Ika local government area of Annang people Annang or Ika people (Ika-Annang) were formerly in the old Abak which was subdivided into other local governments resulting in five new local government areas, namely Abak, Oruk-Anam, Etim-Ekpo, Ukanafun and Ika local government areas.
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