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Amaozara is located in Nigeria
Location in Nigeria
Coordinates: 5°43′48″N 7°37′10″E / 5.73000°N 7.61944°E / 5.73000; 7.61944Coordinates: 5°43′48″N 7°37′10″E / 5.73000°N 7.61944°E / 5.73000; 7.61944
Country  Nigeria
State Abia State
Local Government Area Bende
Time zone UTC+1 (WAT)

Amaozara is a village located in Bende Local Government Area in Abia State, Nigeria.[1] It is made up of four compounds: Ezi Ukwu, Ezi Egwu, Ezi Okoro and Ezi Uhu.[citation needed]


Most of the inhabitants are farmers, traders, civil servants and bricklayers. The village has spring water and stream water. The geography of the land is very diverse, with hills, lakes, forests, and ponds.

Culture and Economy

Most of the indigenous people are Christians and few are traditional worshippers.[citation needed] The village has a primary school. The village has its own calendar and market days (Eke, Orie, Afor, Nkwo).[citation needed]


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