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Orogwe

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Hype Mc Plat G musical performance live at orogwe in owerri west of imo state Nigeria

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Hype Mc Plat G musical performance live at orogwe in owerri west of imo state Nigeria part 2

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Orogwe is a community in owerri-west local government of Imo state in Nigeria. The onitcha-owerri express road cuts across the community at km 7 before the famous control post roundabout in owerri Municipal. The community is bounded by the following neighboring communities; ndegwu by the west, ohii by the east, ogbaku by the north and irette by the south. Historically, orogwe is a member of the famous and legendary umuoha ofo ise autonomous community one of the five sons of the legend Oha in the then igbo land if eastern Nigeria. The spoken language is igbo and the population is predominantly Christians. Remarkable institutional landmark are Prisima hotel, eke orogwe market, community primary, school, orogwe, st. Marks Anglican church orogwe, Chelsea lodge hotel, orogwe community secondary school, orogwe community primary health center, customary court orogwe, okpokija petrol filling station etc. Orogwe is made up of the following village head; umueze, ubah, umuafom, umunjanwoke, umuokpiri and umunnomo. Culturally, they are noted for uri opi and okorosha masquarede dance. Economically, they are predominantly peasant farmers with a population of about 10,000 people. A resonable number of the educated indigines have migrated to Nigerian urban cities and overseas for greener pastures and actualise their carrier dreams. Politically the community is being governed by the laws of the federal republic of Nigeria and government of imo state. Also the community has a president general at the helm of affairs of the community development union. The current Eze of orogwe community is Chief emmanuel ejiogu.
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