Uga Improvement Union otherwise known as UIU was formed to bring Uga people to one umbrella and one government. The vision is to have a body that controls, governs and sees to the affairs of Uga people and to stand the gap between Uga people and the government. Founded in 1940 with the founder becoming the first president of the union. The vision also is to ensure that Uga people at home and in diaspora are united under this body in order to forsee that every branch of the mother union abides by the constitution. This UIU in 1984 under Chief C. C. Ifemeje as president general of the union, also made the 1st constitution that guides Uga town which was recently amen ded under Chief Sir James Umeozulora (Egbigwe 3rd) regime.
ABOUT UGA IMPROVEMENT UNION
Uga Improvement Union was founded by the first indigeneous clergy who aslo was first indegenous headmaster from Uga, Late Rev. David O. Nwosu from Umudim Awarasi, Uga in 1940 who also became the first president of the union while Prof. Andrew Ezenkwele was the first UIU secretary.
In 1940, after British expedition in the town, Rev. David Onwumere Nwosu an indigenous Anglican priest from Umudim Awarasi Uga, brought the people of Uga together under a cultural union known and called Uga Improvement Union. The Unionn desired to work towards the progress of the community, in terms of maintenance of peace within the community. The Uga people both at home and in diaspora came under this umbrella for the development of Uga town. The U.I.U. was focused on all other areas of administration not covered by government.