Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Towns And Villages

Ogba–Egbema–Ndoni (also written Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni) is a Local Government Area of Rivers State, Nigeria (Old Ahoada LGA) under the Rivers West Senatorial District, with its capital located at Omoku.

It is bordered by Imo, Delta, Bayelsa, Abia, and Akwa Ibom states, as well as Ahoada West, Ahoada East, and Emohua Local Government Areas of Rivers State, with a population of around 258,700 as of the 2006 census.

Below is the complete list Of Towns And Villages In Ogba- Egbema- Ndoni Local Government, Rivers State, Nigeria:

Ogba/Egbema District

  1. Agah
  2. Akabuka
  3. Akputa Waterside
  4. Alinso -Okenu
  5. Ama
  6. Eboaha
  7. Ede
  8. Egbema
  9. Egboda
  10. Egita-Akabuta
  11. Ekpe -Aggah
  12. Ekpe -Mgbede
  13. Elehia
  14. Elieta
  15. Erema
  16. Ibewa
  17. Ikiri
  18. Itu
  19. Kreigani
  20. Mgbede
  21. Obagi
  22. Obakata
  23. Obidi
  24. Obiebe
  25. Obieti
  26. Obigbo
  27. Obihuru
  28. Obiozumini/Obukegi
  29. Obite
  30. Oboh
  31. Obokroha
  32. Obosi
  33. Obrikom
  34. Obuburu
  35. Ogbogu
  36. Ohali-Elu
  37. Ohali-Usomini
  38. Ohiauga
  39. Okansu
  40. Okposi
  41. Okpurukpula
  42. Okuku
  43. Okwuzu
  44. Omoku
  45. Onuesi -Ogu
  46. Osiakpu
  47. Uju
  48. Ukpazi
  49. Usomini

Ndoni District

  1.   Adiai – Obiofu
  2. Agwe
  3. Amuajie
  4. Ase – Imonita
  5. Ase-Azaga
  6. Isara
  7. Isiukwa
  8. Ndoni
  9. Oboaso
  10. Odugili
  11. Ogbeogene
  12. Ogu
  13. Oniku
  14. Owajinobia
  15. Ugbaja
  16. Umuigwe
  17. Umuorieke
  18. Utu

They are part of the Igbo-speaking areas of Rivers State, with Ogba as the major tribe with 12 legislative wards and Egbema and Ndoni with 2&3 wards respectively.

It’s mostly upland and has the most upstream oil and gas exploration/exploitation activity in the state since the 1960s, with 12 mining/producing fields managed by Agip, Total, and Shell/NPDC and several reserve/untapped fields. It’s part of the Nigerian House of Representatives’ Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni/Ahoada West constituency.

The Ancient Traditional Stools of the Area are the Oba of Ogbaland, the Nze-Obi of Egbema Kingdom, and the Awor of Ndoni. Recently, the Eze Egi of Egi Kingdom in Ogbaland was adopted and raised to First-Class Status, joining the previous.

From the local government, it’s simple to reach Onitsha World market across River Niger. Local government has arable and fertile land for agriculture and industry.

The Ogba-Egbema-Ndoni Local Government Area is called after the three Igbo sub-groups who live there: the Ogba, the Egbemas, whose brothers live in Ohaji/Egbema in Imo State, and the Ndoni, who have brothers in Ukwuani, Delta State, and Ogbaru, Anambra State.

The natives are superb farmers and fishers with a rich culture.

The three local ethnic groups have diverse cultures, dialects, and behaviours. Each celebration has masquerades. They host guests and parties. Wrestling and football are their strengths. LGA is Rivers State’s biggest oil and gas producer.