Aba city is in Abia state, southern Nigeria. Aba was a customary market town for the Igbo Ibo individuals of the tropical rainforest before the foundation of a British military post there in 1901. With the development of the railroad in 1915 from Port Harcourt 36 miles southwest, the city turned into a noteworthy gathering point for horticultural create particularly palm oil and palm pieces.
Materials, pharmaceuticals, cleanser, plastics, concrete, footware, and beauty care products are made in the city, and there are additionally a bottling works and a refinery. Aba has an institute of expressions and science, auxiliary schools, an educator preparing school, and a few specialized and exchange organizations. The city is noted for its handiworks.