Akpabuyo town is a major town and also an LGA (local Government Area) in Cross river state, the state is also referred to as tourism state and also a coastal

AKPABUYO TOWN

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Last updated on January 31st, 2020 at 10:40 am

Akpabuyo town is a major town and also an LGA (local Government Area) in Cross river state. The state is also referred to as tourism state. Also it’s a coastal state in the South-South region of Nigeria. Akpabuyo lies on the vegetation belt of Nigeria. It shares Atlantic coastline with Bakassi at the east. While Cameroun is to the west. The town is one of the 18 local government that makes up Cross river state. There are Abi, Akamkpa, Bakassi, Bekwarra, Biase, Boki, Calabar Municipal, Calabar-south, Etung, Ikom, and Obanliku. Others are Obubra, Obudu, Odukpani, Ogoja, Yakuur, and Yala. The capital of Akpabuyo is at Ikot Nakanda. The town has 10 autonomous villages. These are Atimbo East, Atimbo West, Eneyo, Idundu and Ikang Central. Others are Ikang North, Ikang South, Ikot Edem Odo, Ikot Eyo, and Ikot Nakanda.

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Villagese in Akpabuyo

  1. Atimbo East
  2. Atimbo West
  3. Eneyo
  4. Ikang Central
  5. Ikang North
  6. Ikang South
  7. Ikot Edem Odo
  8. Ikot Eyo
  9. Ikot Nakanda
Akpabuyo town is a major town and also an LGA (local Government Area) in Cross river state. The state is also referred to as tourism state. Also it's a coastal state in the South-South region of Nigeria. Akpabuyo lies on the vegetation belt of Nigeria. It shares Atlantic coastline with Bakassi at the east. While Cameroun is to the west. The town is one of the 18 local government that makes up Cross river state. Others are Abi, Akamkpa, Bakassi, Bekwarra, Biase, Boki, Calabar Municipal, Calabar-south, Etung, Ikom, Obanliku, Obubra, Obudu, Odukpani, Ogoja, Yakuur, Yala.
AKPABUYO TOWN

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Population in Akpabuyo town

Akpabuyo has a great population that is more than 360,000 presently. While in 2006 census the population was 271,395. However, the 2011 population project shows that the population was 314,750. The land encourages Agriculture. Therefore, it is regarded as the food basket of the state. Also, the town has large forest resources. And a good number of species of wood. The indigene here are mostly farmers, hunters, and fishermen. The town produces lot of coconuts, kola nut, palm nut, cocoyam, cassava. And sea foods such as fish, snail, shrimps, periwinkle etc. The land is also bless with petroleum deposits, sand, limestone, salt, and gold.

The town is very rich in several minerals deposit. This encourages investors to come into the town for business. While other people carry out study on the natural resources. And to use it for the development of the land and diaspora. Apart from the farming, hunting and fishing job. Which and average man can venture into as a means of living. There are also professionals in the town. Such as Doctors, Civil Engineers, Technicians, Teachers, Businessmen and women etc. Who keep the town moving and making it a lively and beautiful settlement for anyone to be.

Language in Akpabuyo town

The town of Akpabuyo speak Efik, Ibibio and English. Efik is a major ethnic group in Akpabuyo likewise Quas and Efuts. The Ibibio language is as a result of some migrant from Akwa Ibom state. Although, English is an official language. That was brought in during the time of the British.

Food in Akpabuyo

The people here delight much in eating Afang soup, Afia Efere (white soup), Atama soup, Efere Etighi (Okra soup), and Abak Nmong Nmong Ikong. Others are Edesi isip (efik coconut rice), Edikaikong Soup, Iwuk Edesi (Native jollof rice), Surf and turf otong soup. Also, they eat Efere Ine (Fisherman’s soup), Ekpan Nkwukwo, Ukwogho Etidot ( Efik Bitter leaf soup), Abak Afang (banga) soup, Iwuk Ukom (plantain pottage), Yam with Ukang sauce, Editan Soup, Ukang Ukom, Steamed Cocoyam (Ayan Ekpang), and Otong Soup. Facts remains that the food eaten in this town are much. But I will stop here.

Religion in Akpabuyo town

The town is occupied by Christians. Traditional worshippers are hardly seen. Although, they still exist in the community. Churches have really grown and become successful in this area. Some of this churches are Assemblies of God, Redeem church of God,  and Apostolic church. Others are TREM, Olumba Obu, Cherubim, and Seraphim.

Festival in Akpabuyo town

There are many festival in cross river state. Akpabuyo is not left out in the participation of the festival. Some of the festival participated by the people of Akpabuyo are new yam festival, the boat regatta festival, efu festival, fattening festival. The Boat Regatta festival; this festival is celebrated once a year by the Efik. It’s in remembrance of tribal wars in time past. The festival could be a competition or ceremony. The Efu is observed once in two years. And it usually a wrestling competition. The Fattening festival is performed to celebrate; the transformation of the female children to Adulthood. The New Yam festival which is common in other state in Nigeria; is performed to celebrate the high produce of Yam in the town. The festival is usually every year. It start from August to October.

Akpabuyo is a good settlement. And a fast developing town in the heart of Cross River State. There are few Airport close to the town. And these are Akanu Ibiam Intl Airport, Margaret Ekpo Intl Airport, and Calabar Airport and Mamfe Airport.

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