If you need that enabling environment for investment, that allows businesses to flourish,, then Imo State is a place to go
Imo state is bordered by the states of Anambra to the North, Abia (until 1991 part of Imo state) to the East, and Rivers to the south and Delta state to the west
Rivers and Lakes
The Orashi River has its source in Imo State (named after a powerful Nigerian family with the family name Imo). Oguta Lake, Palm Beach Holiday Resort in Awo-omamma and a host of others…
The rainy season begins in April and lasts until October, with annual rainfall varying from 1,500mm to 2,200mm (60 to 80 inches). An average annual temperature above 20 °C (68.0 °F) ..