Ndokwa East is a local government area in Delta State with administrative headquarters in the town of Aboh. Ndokwa East local government area falls within the northern senatorial district of Delta State otherwise known as Delta North Senatorial District alongside Aniocha North, Aniocha South, Ika North-East, Ika South, Ndokwa West and Oshimili North local government areas. Other local government areas that share Delta North Senatorial District with Ndokwa East local government area are Oshimili South and Ukwuani local government areas. Ndokwa East local government area also forms a federal constituency alongside Ndokwa West and Ukwuani local government areas.
Ndokwa East local government area covers an area of 1,617 km². It is bounded to the north by Aniocha South and Oshimili South local government areas, to the east by the River Niger, to the south by Bayelsa State, and to the west by Isoko South, Isoko North and Ndokwa West local government areas.
The History Of Ndokwa East
The Government Of Ndokwa East
The Ndokwa East local government council is in charge of public administration in Ndokwa East local government area. The council is led by a chairman who is the executive head of the local government.
The Ndokwa East legislative council make laws governing Ndokwa East local government area. It consists of 10 Councillors representing the 10 wards of the local government area.
Wards In Ndokwa East
There are 10 wards in Ndokwa East local government area of Delta State. The 10 wards in Ndokwa East local government area are:
- Ibrede/Igbuku /Onogbokor
The Population Of Ndokwa East
The widely disputed result of the 2006 national population census put the population of Ndokwa East local government area at 103,224, with 52,306 males and 50,918 females.