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Imo State is bordered by Abia State on the East, by the River Niger and Delta State on the west, by Anambra State to the north and Rivers State to the south.
The state is rich in natural resources including crude oil, natural gas, lead, zinc. Economically exploitable flora like the iroko, mahogany, obeche, bamboo, rubber tree and oil palm predominate.
The rainy season in the state begins in April and lasts until October. While the dry season experiences two months of Harmattan from late December to late February. The hottest months are between January and March.
The local language is Igbo and Christianity is the predominant religion.
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Imo Carnival: It has been designed to be an annual event which begins on every 16th day of December and lasts till the 31st day of every December.