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Emekuku

Emekuku, is a town in Owerri North Local Government of Imo state in South-Eastern Nigeria. There are two great rivers in Emekuku: Okitankwo and Oramuru - ukwa. Emekuku people belong to a group of people, usually referred to as Owerri people shari ...

Emii, Imo

Emii is a village in Imo State in south eastern Nigeria having the postal code 460111.It is near the city of Owerri. The ancient Emii town is made up of ten villages. Due to development and political reasons the ancient town of Emii is now divide ...

Eziama Obiato

Eziama Obiato is a town in Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo State, southeastern Nigeria. It is about 18 kilometers to the city of Owerri. The town is strategically located as it shares common boundaries with four other Local Government Areas ...

Ideato North

Ideato North is a Local Government Area in Imo State, Nigeria. It was created in 1976 as Ideato Local Government, but was later divided into Ideato North, and Ideato South Villages belonging to the community of Arondizuogu are located in this are ...

Ihitte/Uboma

Ihitte/Uboma is a Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Isinweke. It has an area of 104 km2 and a population of 120.744 at the 2006 census. Postcode area 472.One of the communities in Ihitte / Unoma is E ...

Ikeduru

Ikeduru Local Government Area is located in the western part of Imo State, in southern Nigeria, West Africa. It was previously carved out of the Mbaitolu/Ikeduru LGA. It has its headquarters at Iho. The current Chairman of Ikeduru MHA chief Sam A ...

Lude Ahiara

Lude Ahiara is a community in Ahiara Mbaise, Nigeria with seven counties: Lude Ama, Umuoriaku, Umuwaja, Umuokoro, Umuezeala, Umuokpo, Umulogho. Market County people called Nkwo day-every two Nkwo market day for eight days. These people Eze S. U. ...

Mbieri

Mbieri is a town in southeastern Nigeria and one of the indigenous Igbo clans that conquered parts of the old Owerri province. Mbieri is in Mbaitoli council of Imo State and it is the biggest of the original nine towns of Mbaitoli.Mbieri is bless ...

Ndegwu

Ndegwu is a community in the Owerri West Local Government area of Imo State. The community is subdivided into five villages which includes, Umuekerekpu, Umuahum, Umuezu,Umuomara and Umuogwuta. Each of these villages has at least eight kindreds. N ...

Nekede

Nekede is a town in southeastern Nigeria. It is located near the city of Owerri. This is an Igbo speaking town that is made up of three distinct towns, viz Umuoma, Umualum, and Umudibia. Nekede also hosts the Imo State new Owerri capital territor ...

Ngugu

Ngugo is a town in the southeastern Nigeria located near the city of Owerri. In the Ikeduru local government area, Ngugo has four villages: Umuozu, Amasa, Ochicha, and Ekwuem. Ochicha is the only one of the four that has an abattoir and a daily m ...

Njaba

Njaba is a Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Nnenasa. It has an area of 84 km 2 and a population of 143.485 at the 2006 census. The 2011 density projection is 2.004.5 inhabitants/km 2. The postal cod ...

Nkwerre

Nkwerre is one of the Local Government Areas in Imo State, Nigeria with its headquarters in Nkwerre town where the name of local government area was derived. It has an area of 38 km2 and a population of 80.152 at the 2006 census. Postcode area 471.

Nwangele

Nwangele is a Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Its headquarter is in Amaigbo. It has an area of 63 m 2 24 square miles and a population of 128.472 as of the 2006 census. Postcode area 471. Presented in Nwangele IMO State Assembly, chi ...

Obaku, Imo

Ogbaku is a town made up of eighteen villages in Mbaitoli Local Government Area of Imo state, South Eastern Nigeria. It is situated along Onitsha-Owerri road. It is about 12 km to the capital city of Owerri. There are hospitals, where the wing of ...

Obazu

Obazu in Imo State is one of the autonomous communities in Mbieri ancient kingdom of Imo state. It is made up of seven villages, namely: Umueze, Umuchoke, Umuchimanwiri, Amaogwugwu, Obilubi, Umuneke and Umunkwo in order of seniority. It is locate ...

Obeakpu

Obeakpu is a small village in Umuaka, Njaba, Imo State, Nigeria. Obeakpu is located at 5.69933°N 7.03100°W  / 5.69933, -7.03100. The village of Amakor is located to the east. Umele village is nearby in the west. The southern part of Obeakpu bord ...

Obinze

Obinze is a community in southeastern Nigeria, located near the city of Owerri. Obinze comprises six clans or villages: Umuagam, Obokwu, Umuekpu, Umueje, Umuezoroche, and Umuanunu.

Obodo

Obodo originates from the Igbo Language, meaning City ". Igbo Language is the Language of the Igbo people, One of the most popular and most Industrious tribes in the Eastern Nigeria. The word Obodo is very popular among the Igbo People of Nigeria ...

Obodoukwu

Obodoukwu is a suburb town in Ideato North Local Government Area, in Imo State a Southeastern state in Nigeria. It consists of nine villages: Umuagbadagwo,Umunwarahu, Umume, Umumejiaku, Umunkwukwa, Umuoka, Umuezugo/Umuezesheta, Uzubi and Ugbele w ...

Obowo

Obowo, also spelled Obowu, is a Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria, and is headquartered in Otoko. Other towns in the LGA include Achara, Amanze Umuagu, Umungwa, Umulogho, Odenkwume, Okwuohia, Amuzi, Alike, Avutu and Umuokeh. Former Imo ...

Ogbe

Ogbe is a village in Ahiara city, in Mbaise, Imo State, Nigeria. It is made up of nine hamlets, namely: Umuloolo. Umuihi. Umuejere. Amaoji. Umuoma. Umuuzu. Umueleke. Umuokeawa. Umuihiokwu. Six of these farms – Amaoji, Umuejere, Umueleke, Umuihi, ...

Ohaji/Egbema

Ohaji-Egbema is an oil-rich Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Its headquarters is Mmahu-Egbema. It has an area of 890 km² and a population of 182.538 at the 2006 census. The postal code of the area is 464.

Ohoba

Ohoba is a town in Southeastern Nigeria. It is made up of six villages - Eziama, Umukpo, Umukpoche, Umugologo, Umunwanyi and Alaka. Ohoba is centrally located in Ohaji/Egbema Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. And shares a common bounda ...

Okigwe

Okigwe is the third largest city, after Owerri and Orlu, in Imo state of Nigeria. The city lies between the Port Harcourt-Enugu-Maiduguri rail line. being the nearest city to the biggest cattle market in Nigeria located at the Umu Nneochi Area of ...

Okohia

Okohia is a community in the Isiala Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria, at an altitude of about 211 m. Okohia lies on the river IMO, which is a tributary of the Niger river, which creates a natural coastline of sandy beaches, mangr ...

Okwuabala

Okwuabala is a semi-urban community in Orlu Local Government Area of Imo State, in the Niger Delta region of South Eastern Nigeria. The community shares boundaries with Ogberuru, Mgbe and Amaifeke. The indigenous people of Okwuabala belong to the ...

Okwudor

Okwudor is a town in Njaba Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Okwudor shares boundaries with Awo-omamma and Umuaka towns. Situated on the bank of Njaba River, the famous river separates Okwudor from Umuaka.

Okwuohia

Okwuohia is one of the 14 villages in Obowo local government in Imo State, Nigeria. It is an autonomous community in Imo state. The village has extensive grounds and streams. Okwuohia traditionally under the leadership of Benjamin Uwajumogu Eze i ...

Oratta

Oratta is a village in southeastern Nigeria. Also, it is located near the city of Owerri. Today it falls under Owerri local government of the jurisdiction of the North. Uratta is divided into seven clans or Autonomous communities.

Orogwe

Orogwe is a member of the famous and legendary Umuoha Ofo Ise autonomous community, one of the five sons of the legend Oha in the then Igbo land of eastern Nigeria.

Oru East

Oru-East is a Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Its headquarters is at Omuma. The following are towns that make up Oru East: Akatta, Akuma, Amagu, Amiri, Awo-Omama, and Omuma.

Oru na Nneude

Oru na Nneude is a village in Ahiara, Imo State, Nigeria. It is divided into two sections, Oru and Nneude, the division between which was apparent as early as the late 1950s. The population of Oru is over 5.200, and Lude over 4.700.

Oru West

Oru West is a Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Mgbidi. It has an area of 93 m 2 36 square miles and a population of 117.492 at the 2006 census. Postcode area 474.

Otulu, Ahiara

Otulu is one of the ten villages of Ahiara, Imo State, Nigeria. It has nine hamlets, namely: Umuagwu. Umuoyaa. Umuorise. Umuakam. Ihite*. Umuoke. Umugaa. Umuokoro. Umuaghara. The people of Otulu there is a large market called Nkwo Otulu. The comm ...

Otulu, Oru West

Otulu is a community in Oru West local government area of Imo State, Nigeria. Otulu has two autonomous communities which is conducted mainly by the Traditional Rulers/Kings. In October/November comes the Festival of Obana Masquerades Festival. Th ...

Owerri North

Owerri North is a Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Orie Uratta. It has an area of 198 square km and a population of 175.395 at the 2006 census. The postal code of the area is 460. Owerri North is se ...

Obigwo

Owerri West is a Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Umuguma. Owerri West Local Government is administered under the terms of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Elections to the offic ...

Ozara, Imo

Ozara, Oru West is a town in Oru West Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. It comprises seven villages, namely: Umuogu, Umuokporoma, umuezike, umuobioma, Etitilabu, Ubahalanuwam, and Aboh. Umuogu is the eldest village in Ozara and the you ...

Ubomiri

Ubomiri is a town in Mbaitoli LGA of Imo State located near Owerri, capital city of Imo State, in southeastern Nigeria. The new IMO state international market, also known as Ahijah the rocks, is Ubomiri.

Umuagwo

Umuagwo is a town in the Ohaji/Egbema Local Government Area of Imo State in Nigeria. The population is mostly Christian and Igbo-speaking. The town lies on the Otamiri River downstream from Ihiagwa and 26 km from Owerri on the Port Harcourt road. ...

Umuchima

Umuchima is a village near the city of Owerri, in the Owerri West Local Government Area of Imo state, Nigeria. Along with Ihiagwa, Eziobodo and Obinze, it borders the Federal University of Technology, Owerri.

Umunumo

Umunumo is a town located in Ehime Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeria. Umunumo consists of two major areas: Ibeafor and Ibenkwo. Each of these areas comprises five villages for a total of ten villages in Umunumo. The villages are U ...

Umuoke

Umuokeh or Umuoke is a village situated in Obowo local government area of Imo state, Nigeria. Farm village Umuoke include: the mind-oyiocha, Umueze, Umunam, Umuezariam, Umueba etc. the People are very hospitable and it has a beautiful landscape o ...

Abule Egba

Abule Egba is a neighborhood in Lagos, Nigeria. The neighborhood was the site of a petroleum pipeline explosion, the 2006 Abule Egba pipeline explosion, which occurred on December 26, 2006. In 2016, the Lagos Government began construction of a fl ...

Akowonjo

Akowonjo is a semi-urban community in Lagos State, Nigeria. It comes under the Alimosho local government area of Lagos state. It is populated by Aworis and non-indigenous peoples and comprises major settlements such as Omititun, Santos, Akowonjo, ...

Apa, Lagos

Apa is a historic community in Badagry division of Lagos State. It is one of the oldest settlements in Badagry. The community has a titular chief, the Alapa of Apa. The majority of people from Apa are of Awori and Ogu heritage. Located to the Nor ...

Ebute Metta

Ebute Metta, whose current orthographic spelling is Ebute Meta is a Yoruba word for a place known as three shores. Ebute means shore and meta means three.

Epe, Lagos

Epe is a town and Local Government Area in Lagos State, Nigeria located on the north side of the Lekki Lagoon and about 90 km from Ibadan. At the 2006 Census the population of Epe was 181.409. No one is superior to the ruler as we have two major ...

Igando

Igando is a community located in Alimosho local government area of Lagos State, South-Western Nigeria. On 26 July 2016, suspected Niger Delta militants invaded the town, killing several people and destroying properties. Alimosho General Hospital ...