Abor, Nigeria

Abor, Nigeria

Abor is a town in southeastern Nigeria, located in Enugu State near the city of Enugu.

Abor is located on the Old Enugu-Nsukka Road, an important thoroughfare for travelers heading to northern Nigeria from the east. It consists of eight separate villages.


Abor is home to three high schools and two Catholic parishes.


Umuavulu Village, one of the eight that make up Abor, is known for its Odo Masquerade.


Umuezeani village, another of Abor's constituent villages, is home to Nigerian Breweries' Ama Greenfield brewery, the largest brewery in Nigeria [ cite web|url=http://www.thisdayonline.com/archive/2003/10/14/20031014fea01.html |title=Waiting for the Brewing Pasture of Ama Greenfield |publisher=This Day Newspaper |date=2004-11-16 |accessdate=2008-04-12] . The Onyeama mine of the Nigerian Coal Corporation is also located nearby.


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