Akamkpa

Akamkpa Towns And Villages

Akamkpa is a Local Government Area in the Nigerian state of Cross River. It has its headquarters in the city of Akamkpa.

As of the 2006 census, it had an area of 5,003 square kilometres (1,933 square miles) and a population of 151,125.

The area’s postal code is 542.

Below is the complete list Of Towns And Villages In Akamkpa Local Government, Cross River State, Nigeria:

Egup-Ipa

  • Abamba
  • Abaribara
  • Abini Ajijia
  • Abrikang
  • Adim Edodono
  • Adim Obioko
  • Agwaguna Egbe
  • Agwaguna Emo
  • Ahapai Adom
  • Ahapia
  • Akofbenyim
  • Akparavuni
  • Akpet Cetral
  • Akpet I
  • Akugom
  • Aradang
  • Asetoimo
  • Asoke
  • Ayimo
  • Edodiesu
  • Edodone Aboni
  • Egip Urom
  • Ekoho
  • Epefime
  • Esuikongo
  • Etabi
  • Ibenabang I
  • Ibenabang II
  • Igbadara
  • Ijom Abayong
  • Imasetbi
  • Ina Missingo
  • Itu Agwagune
  • Okurike
  • Ugbem
  • Ukwop-Uyiere
  • Umari
  • Unoikengo
  • Ehom

Ehom

  • Ehom Central
  • Ekpri
  • Etono I
  • Idoma
  • Iko
  • Iwuru Obio
  • Ntan

Erei

  • Abanwam
  • Afono
  • Edu
  • Egbor
  • Etana
  • Ibini
  • Ipene
  • Obani Erei
  • Umoubon
  • Urugban

Iko Ekpe-Rem

  • Ekpri Iko
  • Ibum
  • Iko Ekperem
  • Iko Esai
  • Itokem
  • Mbenentung
  • New Ekuri
  • Obutang
  • Obutong
  • Old Ekuri
  • Owai

Ikpai

  • Abatai
  • Akor
  • Ekang
  • Ikpai
  • Kwa Falls-Aningeje
  • Mamenyong
  • Mbeban
  • Mkpot
  • Mtabachot
  • New Ndebeji
  • Nkame
  • Ojok
  • Old Ndebeji
  • Orem
  • Owon

Netin

  • Akamkpa
  • Awi
  • Ibonda
  • Isong Inyang
  • Mbarantung
  • Njagachang
  • Nsan
  • Nyaabam
  • Okom Ita
  • Old Netim
  • Onun Mbarakom

North West (Ito)

  • Akani Obio I
  • Asang
  • Atan Eki
  • Atan Idere
  • Atan Onoyom
  • Ekim Ito
  • Ekpene Ibiabong-Eki
  • Enen Ito
  • Esuk Stan
  • Ewen
  • Ibiakpan
  • Iboho Ito
  • Idim Atan
  • Idim Nom Eku
  • Ikot Eduong
  • Ikot Offiong Asang
  • Ikpabio Ito
  • Isahi
  • Ito
  • Mbiabong
  • Mbiabong Ito
  • Nipani
  • Ntan Obu Ukpo Obio
  • Obiom
  • Obodio Eno Eki
  • Obodo Eki
  • Obot Akpatio
  • Obot Esu Ito
  • Obot Udana
  • Obukwo Esa
  • Obukwomuno
  • Odioho Ito
  • Odot Idere
  • Okpo
  • Okube
  • Ono Ito
  • Ubem Okon Abia
  • Ubia Obi o
  • Ubia Obio II
  • Ufot Itiat
  • Ukwa-Mbiwa
  • Usang Ikpa
  • Usiere
  • Utambara Ito

Oban

  • Abong
  • Aking
  • Ekong
  • Elae Itokem
  • Mangor
  • Mbenentung
  • Ndip Eranim
  • Okarara
  • Osomba

Ojuk

  • Abiati
  • Aningeje
  • Ekonganaku
  • Mbobui
  • Mfamosing
  • Ndingane
  • Oberekai
  • Okoroba

Ubang-Hara

  • Anogbanesu Ikun
  • Ejoro Okpor
  • Emokin
  • Emot Okpar
  • Emot Okpor
  • Enidit
  • Enodakoton
  • Enougo
  • Enougo-Ewuruon
  • Eriget
  • Etono II
  • Eweruon
  • Ewothpo-Ikun
  • Iboku-Ikun
  • Igana-Ikun
  • Igenigba Deogbe
  • Imieapo
  • Izu Egwe
  • Obun-Ikun
  • Okonta
  • Okpo
  • Onba Ikun
  • Onoronwanza
  • Oriti Ugom
  • Owon-Aradun
  • Ugburugbu
  • Urambok
  • Uyor Eyai

Umon

  • Abana
  • Akpasip
  • Aniyem
  • Ayaba Oji
  • Bechei
  • Berekpe
  • Biekpe
  • Bikekpe
  • Ekot Ewo
  • Idung Itu
  • Ikot Abasi
  • Ikot Obisame
  • Ikot Oboaama
  • Ikot Ogbandem
  • Ikot Ogun
  • Ikot Okpora
  • Ikot Utun
  • Inu-ranu
  • Utumua

Uyanga

  • Akwa Ibami
  • Ekei Ibemi
  • Ekpri Iwuru
  • Ewen
  • Ifumkpa
  • Igboria
  • Ikami
  • Joseph Oyak
  • Mbarakpa
  • Ojor Nkonimba
  • Uwet
  • Uyanga
  • Uyanga Abakpa

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