Isuikwuato is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Abia state, which is in the southeastern part of Nigeria. The name Isu-Ikwu-Ato translates from Igbo as 'three Isu families or lineage' and refers to the three lineages descended from the Isu people, in what is now a local government area. The three brothers are Imenyi which was Considered the Eldest, Oguduasaa the second eldest and their younger sibling Isuamawo, these three major clans which also harbour some various communities in each of them makes up the present day Isuikwuato.
This LGA Isuikwuato is blessed with the availability of some natural resources such as: Iron Ore and Kaolin. Oil lines also pass through this Local Government Area. The major cash crops produced here are: palm oil and cassava. Isuikwuato is also home to Abia State University Uturu. Indigenes of Isuikwuato are predominantly Christians.