Founded in 1931 by the Roman Catholic Mission as an all-male school, it has over the years established a reputation for excellence in academics and sports.
The first grammar school in Igboland, it opened its doors to the first intake of nineteen boarders and forty-six-day students on January 25, 1925. A striking physical feature of this
This Roman Catholic cathedral and minor basilica is seat of the Archdiocese of Onitsha. Built between 1930 and 1935, Holy Trinity cathedral was elevated and promoted to a minor Basilica
Its unique architectural design and its huge size combine to make it an edifice of the Church of Nigeria, Anglican Communion. Currently the headquarters of the Diocese on the Niger
Background Indigenous to Onitsha, the Ofala Onitsha which usually falls due early to mid-October, is the highpoint of the Onitsha ceremonial cycle. The celebrant of this spectacle which is rooted
Ime Obi (Palace) with the Palace Grounds, called ilo-eze (Public Grounds of the King), and the public entry into these sacred grounds known as the onu-ilo-eze, the Mouth of the
This is the largest market in Africa based on geographical size and volume of goods and the busiest as well. Different types of goods are sold at the market and