Ogba–Egbema–Ndoni

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Ogba–Egbema–Ndoni
CountryNigeria
StateRivers State
Date created1991
SeatOmoku
Area
 • Total626 sq mi (1,621 km2)
Time zoneUTC+1 (WAT)

Ogba–Egbema–Ndoni (also spelled Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni) is a Local Government Area of Rivers State, Nigeria, with its capital at Omoku. It is part of the Ogba / Ebgema / Ndoni / Ahoada West constituency of the Nigerian House of Representatives.[1]

Population[edit]

The Ogba-Egbema-Ndoni Local Government Area is named after the three respective Niger Delta ethnic groups who inhabit this territory, the latter of whom are a pure stock of the Ndokwa nationality, who are located in Delta State.

The indigenes are renowned as great farmers and fishermen, with a rich cultural history. The area has produced prominent sons and daughters, including Agnes Okoh, Felix A. Obuah (PDP politician), Ambassador Chief C.D. Orike, The Osanakpo family notable as industrialist and within the business & legal circle, Shedrack Chukwu, Olisa Akponor(CEO Bridgeport Support Services), Pona (Musician) Young Stunna (musician) and Victor Masi (former Minister for Finance, Nigeria)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ogba / Ebgema / Ndoni / Ahoada West Constituency". AfDevInfo. Retrieved 2009-10-17.

Coordinates: 5°20′30″N 6°39′20″E / 5.34167°N 6.65556°E / 5.34167; 6.65556