Warri Central Towns And Villages
The city of Warri is a centre for oil production in south-south Nigeria and is home to an extension of the Delta State Government House. It was the colonial capital of the Warri Province at the time.
It is next to Sapele, Uvwie, and Udu.
Osubi, located in Okpe L.G.A., is home to the city’s airport.
Below is the complete list Of Towns And Villages In Warri Local Government, Delta State, Nigeria:
1 Ode Itsekiri
• Select Town
2 Ogbe – Ijoh
The Colony and Protectorate of Southern Nigeria termed portion of what is now Delta State “Warri Province.”  Sapele was in the northeast, Forçados River in the south-east, and Jameson Creek in the south-west.
Warri is a petroleum centre in southern Nigeria.
It’s the commercial capital of Delta State, with a 2006 census population of 311,970. 
The city is originally populated and occupied by the Urhobo, Itsekiri and Ijaw people.
Its residents are mostly Christians of different denominations, although others embrace African traditional faiths. The city’s Pidgin English is well-known.
Warri is a modern metropolitan area with expanded infrastructure in Uvwie, Udu, and Okpe in recent years, with various road networks connecting these places. Each has its own administrative organisation.
Urhobo, Itsekiri, and Ijaw are important Warri groups.
Due to its metropolitan position, people from all over the country, especially Igbos, migrate there.
The region has mostly moderate rainfall and humidity. Monsoonal environment with dry and wet seasons. The “harmattan” dusty haze from north-east winds marks the dry season from November to April.
The rainy season is May through October, with a brief dry spell in August, however it rains often even then. The region has a tropical monsoon climate with an annual mean temperature of 32.8 °C (91.0 °F) and 2,770 mm of rainfall (109 in).
Temperatures range from 28 to 32 degrees Celsius. The area is mostly rainforest and swampland. Timber, palm, and fruit trees are abundant.
Most multinational and local oil businesses operating in Nigeria have headquarters near Warri Refinery and Petrochemicals in Ekpan. Warri’s Ugbuwangue is an important seaport.
Most oil firms evacuated the town and surrounding areas due to violence in the late 1990s and 1999.
Warri is garrisoned by the Amphibious Infantry battalion (Effurun Army Base) located in Effurun, a [twin city] to Warri and is administratively under the Brigade HQ in Port Harcourt.
Warri houses the Nigerian Navy.
The 61 Nigerian Air Force Detachment operates at Jeddo, near Warri.