2019 Post Election: South East Campaign Attire For Atiku

Election is over let’s look at what unites us instead of what divides us.

We will look at the different attires in each state of the 6 geopolitical zones in Nigeria. SE is the focus today.

Attire focus

Zone: South East

States: 5 states

Language: Igbo

Religion: Christianity.

Main cultural dress: It varies from state to state, but it’s generally a flowing thick dress with lion or in some cases elephant prints, with a red/white cap and feather. (Known as Isi Agu )


Abia – Mainly milk colour with lion prints with red and white cap(inspired by Ohafia) and white feather.

Anambra – Mainly white colour with lion prints and all red cap.

Ebonyi – Dark All red Lion prints with all red cap.

Enugu – All red Lion prints with red cap, sometimes worn with chain.

Imo – Light all red with lion heads prints and all red cap.

Atiku in Abia state Attire
Atiku in Abia Attire

2. Anambra

Atiku in Anambra state Attire
Atiku in Anambra state Attire

3. Ebonyi

Atiku in Ebonyi state Attire
Atiku in Ebonyi state Attire

4. Enugu

Peter obi in Enugu traditional attire
Peter obi in Enugu traditional attire

5. Imo

Atiku in state traditional attire
Atiku in state traditional attire.

So which state has the best traditional igbo South east attire?

Names Of Nigerian Ministers Their States And Portfolio

Here are the current Nigerian Ministers, as appointed by President Buhari and screened by the Senate.

Latestnaijagist.com managed to get the complete list.
1. Chris Ngige, (Anambra) – Labour & Employment
2. Kayode Fayemi, (Ekiti) – solid minerals
3. Rotimi Amaechi, (Rivers) – Transportation
4. Babatunde Fashola, (Lagos) – Power, Works & Housing
5. Abdulrahman Dambazau- (Kano) – Interior
6. Aisha Alhassan, (Taraba) – Women Affairs
7. Ogbonaya Onu, (Ebonyi) – Science & Technology
8. Kemi Adeosun, (Ogun) – Finance
9. Abubakar Malami, (Kebbi) – Justice
10. Sen Hadi Sirika, (Katsina) – state minister of Aviation
11. Barr. Adebayo Shittu (Oyo) – Communication
12. Suleiman Adamu, (Jigawa) – Water Resources
13. Solomon Dalong, (Plateau) – Youth & Sports
14. Ibe Kachikwu, (Delta) – state minister for Petroleum
15. Osagie Ehanire, (Edo) – state minister of Health
16. Audu Ogbeh, (Benue) – Agriculture & Rural Development
17. Udo Udo Udoma, (Akwa Ibom) – Budget & Nat’l Planning
18. Lai Mohammed, (Kwara) – Information
19. Amina Mohammed, (Gombe) – Environment
20. Ibrahim Usman Jibril, (Nasarawa) – state minister of
21. Hajia Khadija Bukar Ibrahim- (Yobe) – state minister of
Foreign Affairs
22. Cladius Omoleye Daramola, (Ondo) – state minster of
Niger Delta
23. Prof Anthony Onwuka, (Imo) – State minister for
24. Geoffrey Onyema, (Enugu) – Foreign Affairs
25. Dan Ali, (Zamfara) – Defense
26. Barr James Ocholi, (Kogi) – state minister for Labour &
27. Zainab Ahmed, (Kaduna) – state minister for Budget &
Nat’l Planning
28. Okechukwu Enelamah,
(Abia) – Trade, Industry & Investment
29. Muhammadu Bello, (Adamawa) – FCT
30. Mustapha Baba Shehuri, (Bornu) – state minister of
Power, Works & Housing
31. Aisha Abubakar – state minister of Trade, Industry &
32. Heineken Lokpobiri, (Bayelsa) state minister of
Agriculture & Rural Development
33. Adamu Adamu, (Bauchi) – Education
34. Isaac Adewole, (Osun) – Health
35. Abubakar Bawa Bwari, (Niger) – state minister of Solid
36. Pastor Usani Uguru, (Cross River) – Niger Delta
Note: Presidient Buhari – Substantive minister of Petroleum