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Etsako East Political Wards and Polling Units

Etsako East is one of the six local government areas that make up Afemai land. It headquarters is in the serene waterside town of Agenebode.

It has an area of 1,133 km² and a population of 145,996 at the 2006 census. The postal code of the area is 312.

Etsako East is made up of four (4) Clans, ten (10) political wards and eighty-nine (89) polling units. See below, more insight on the political wards and the component communities in Etsako East:

  • Ward 1 is Agenebode town including Emokweme. It contains ten (10) polling units
  • Ward 2 is made up of villages in Wanno. Villages in ward 2 include Iviebua, Iviegbepui, Egori, Ivianokpodi, Ukho, and Iviukhua. It contains eight (8) polling units
  • Ward 3 is also made up of villages in Wanno. Villages in ward 3 include Igiode/Itogbo , Okanawa,  Iviukwe, Edegbe, Uzanu, Ivioghome, Ivioghe, Othame, and Ukpeko. It contains ten (10) polling units
  • Ward 4 is made up of villages in Weppa. Villages in ward 4 include Ekwotsor,  Iviari, Aviodo , Osholo, Agiere, and Weppa. It contains nine (9) polling units
  • Ward 5 is in Okpella. Places in ward 5 include Awoyemi, Imietemegie/Itekume/Imiadatse, Imiakhana/Imianoko, Imiagbese, Imiosumu/Imogia. It contains nine (9) polling units.
  • Ward 6 is also in Okpella. Places in ward 6 include Ighiatse/Imhirhokho/Imanaba, Ilewuri, Iturogbe, Okhu/Ofuokha, Imienegwe, Ogute, Okokpetu, Udiegwa. It contains nine (9) polling units.
  • Ward 7 is in Okpella as well. Places in ward 7 include Imioko/Utegie, Imiomoka, Kalabar, Mieteke/Yeluwa, Imiomime/Idane/Oke, Ogiriga, Rhinocem, factory camp. It contains eight (8) polling units.
  • Ward 8 is equally in Okpella. Places in ward 8 include Okugbe, Imiekuri, Iddo, Sabo, Imioshoga, Imiokpe, Ogugu. It contains nine (9) polling units.
  • Ward 9 is the Three Ibies which is made up of Itsukwi,  Imiekebu, and Imiegba. It contains nine (9) polling units.
  • Ward 10 is Okpekpe. It contains eight (8) polling units.

source: nigeriadecide.org

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