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  • Uyo — Infobox City |official name = Uyo pushpin nickname= image caption = Location of Uyo on a map of Nigeria image mapsize = 250px subdivision type = State subdivision name = Akwa Ibom leader title = Governor leader name =Godswill Obot Akpabio area… …   Wikipedia

  • Uyo — ▪ Nigeria       town, capital of Akwa Ibom state, southeastern Nigeria. Uyo lies on the road from Oron to Ikot Ekpene. A collecting station for palm oil and kernels, it is also a local trade centre (yams, cassava [manioc], palm produce) for an… …   Universalium

  • Uyo — Original name in latin Uyo Name in other language QUO, Uyo State code NG Continent/City Africa/Lagos longitude 5.05127 latitude 7.9335 altitude 45 Population 436606 Date 2013 08 05 …   Cities with a population over 1000 database

  • UYO — Understanding Yourself and Others (Community » Educational) …   Abbreviations dictionary

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  • Uyo Township Stadium — Daten Ort Nigeria Uyo, Nigeria Koordinaten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Uyo Township Stadium — is a multi use stadium in Uyo, Nigeria. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Akwa United F.C. of the Nigerian Premier League. The stadium has a capacity of 5,000 spectators.External links*… …   Wikipedia

  • Uyo Gakuen College — is a private university in Tendo, Yamagata, Japan, established in 1982. The predecessor of the school, a training school for kindergarten teachers, was founded in 1965.External Links* [http://www.uyo.ac.jp/ Official website] ja icon …   Wikipedia

  • Roman Catholic Diocese of Uyo — Infobox Diocese| jurisdiction=Diocese name=Uyo latin=Dioecesis Uyoensis country=Nigeria metropolitan=Calabar rite=Latin Rite area=5,969 population=1,779,856 population as of=2004 catholics=598,028 catholics percent=33.6 bishop=Joseph Effiong… …   Wikipedia


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