Friday, 14 October 2016



By Osinachi - ANIAS Media

Association of Non-Indigenes In Anambra State (ANIAS) as earlier established in our previous articles is an Association
created with the visions and missions of Improving the livelihood of the Non-Indigenes in Anambra State through serving as a watchdog on Government actions and policies as it affects the Non-Indigenes. Since its establishment in March, 2016 the Association has grown so much as a result of its steady efforts in actualizing the Visions and Missions of its existence. In other words the Non-Indigenes sees the Association as a saviour and solution to all marginalization, stigmatization and neglect they have suffered years ago in Anambra State.

Hence, this gradual achievements has recorded tremendous increase in the number of Registered Members across the state which are stratified Local Government by Local Government.

Below are the statistics of the ANIAS Members in the 21 Local Government of the state.

Anambra East - 89,640

Anambra West - 91,308

Anaocha - 88,119

Ayamelum - 47,080

Dunukofia - 18,305

Ekwusigo - 77,722

Idemili North - 103,321

Idemili South - 92,344

Ihiala - 100,048

Njikoka - 50,009

Orumba North - 78,606

Orumba South - 80,885

Nnewi North - 58,900

Nnewi South - 88,444

Ogbaru - 85,322

Onitsha North - 77,554

Onitsha South - 71,883

Oyi - 80,058

Awka South - 84,356

Awka North - 74,322

Aguata - 98,991

Total = 1,637,217

(One Million Six Hundred and Thirty Seven thousand, Two Hundred and Seventeen).

Note: The statistics is based on Registrations that have been carried out from March to September 2016.

Thus, the above stated statistics have vindicated that Association of Non Indigenes in Anambra State (ANIAS) has come to stay because it is crystal clear to the blind and audible to the deaf that the population of its members is growing geometrically Day by day and finally they contribute to 40% of the State IGR which is used for development.


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