The boundaries of Aguleri

Aguleri translates to Agulu nwa Eri (Agulu-Eri). Aguleri is a medium-sized town in the Anambra valley, in the southeastern quadrant of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, a country on Africa’s west coast. Aguleri is the largest town in the Anambra North local government area of Nigeria, Aguleri boundaries on the west by Umueri, Anam, Nteje, and Nando, on the east by Anaku, Omor, Ifite Ogwari, Igbakwu, and Umueje, on the south by Iggah, Ojjor, Asaba, and Ogwurugwu settlements of Uzo Uwani lga in Enu Aguleri’s population is estimated to be around 900,000 people, according to census data. Aguleri is around 380 square kilometers in size.

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