Charles Aniweta Abangwu (CON) is a Nigerian lawyer, traditional ruler and politician who was a member of the Nigerian Eastern House of Assembly in 1954.
He attended St Joseph's School, Nsukka, Christ the King College, Onitsha and the University of Hull. He started work as a civil servant in the department of Public Works (1944-1951) and later became a solicitor. In 1954, he became a member of the Eastern Region's, House of Assembly, was deputy speaker of the assembly from 1957-1962. He was later made commissioner in the East Central State under Ukpabi Asika in 1970.
A prominent community leader from Eha Alumona, he became the titled traditional ruler of Eha Alumona, and was noted as an accomplished and educated Igwe (titled ruler) in Nigeria.  He is also a leader for various state creation movements in the country, he along with C.C. Onoh and a few others were leaders of a movement for the creation of Enugu State and he presently leads a movement to create Adada State from the Eastern region of the country.
- George B. N. Ayittey. Africa Betrayed, Palgrave Macmillan, 1992. p 71. ISBN 0312104006.
- Tony Edike. "As Adada is tipped, Igwe Abangwu prays: After 9 failed attempts, it’s time to wipe away our tears", Vanguard, Nigeria, April 08, 2006.