Arochukwu is the third biggest city in Abia State after Aba and Umuahia in southeastern Nigeria and country of the Igbo subgroup, Aro individuals. It is made out of 19 towns with a general chief called Eze Aro. Arochukwu is a primary notable town in Igbo land. It was additionally one of the urban areas in the Southern protectorate focused by the British pioneer government. A few noteworthy vacationer destinations exist in the city. The spiritualist Ibini Ukpabi place of worship, the slave courses and different relics of the slave exchange period are much of the time visited by sightseers.
Arochukwu is accepted to have been the country of the Ibibio as they touched base in 300 AD from the Benue valley and established early states like Obong Okon Ita and Ibom. Numerous years go as Igbo workers tagged along and squeezed into the Ibibio involved region and established a few states. The principal Igbo gathering were the Ezeagwu bunch from Abiriba driven by their pioneer Agwu Inobia. As Aro-Ibibio wars happened, there was a stalemate. In response, the Eze Agwu family welcomed a minister named Nnachi from the Edda faction of northeastern Igboland and another gathering from the east of the Cross River through Nnachi.