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Imo State Plate Number Codes And What They Mean

Imo State Plate Number Codes And What They Mean
Imo is one of the 36 States of Nigeria. It is in the south east region of the country and Owerri is its capital.
Some other notable towns in the state include Orlu, Okigwe, Obowo, Mbaise and Oguta.
We'd be seeing the Imo State plate number codes and their full meanings.
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Imo State Plate Number Codes And Their Full Meanings

Below is a full list of the Imo State plate number codes and their meanings:
ABB = Aboh-Mbaise (Aboh)
AFR = Ahiazu-Mbaise (Afororu)
EBM = Ohaji/Egbema( Egbema)
EHM = Ehime-Mbano (Ehime)
EKE = Ihitte/Uboma (Isinweke)
ETU = Ezinihitte-Mbaise (Itu)
GUA = Oguta, (Oguta)
KED = Ikeduru (Iho)
KGF = Okigwe (Okigwe)
MGD = Oru (Mbidi)
NKR = Nkwerre, Imo (Nkwerre)
NWA = Mbaitoli (Nworieubi)
TTK = Obowo (Otoko)
UMD = Isu (Umundugba)
UML = Isisala Mbano (Umuelemai)
URU = Ideato North (Urualla)
WER = Owerri, Imo (Owerri)

The first three letters in the numbers indicate the local government areas where they were registered, and the plate numbers are usually white with inscriptions in green (except in special cases).
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