Oworonshoki is a fully residential area with a high population density. The layout of the area can be rated as average with fair accessibility. The major road that leads into this area is Diya street from Ifako Gbagada.
Oworonshoki can almost be seen as an island as it is surrounded by the Lagos Lagoon. A lot of Lagosians consider Oworo (as preferably called) to be the centre of Lagos State because it is well positioned such that it is so easy to reach every other part of Lagos from this area. Redeemed Church of God, Mountain of Fire Ministries and several street mosques are the religious worship centres in Oworonshoki. Schools in the area include; Gulf Flower schools, New Ocean, Oworonshoki primary school.
Oworonshoki is known to be home for mostly low to middle class residents. There are roadside shops scattered around the area.
Social activities in Oworo are not so high as there are very few local bars in this area. Business-wise, a lot of real estate activities are seen regularly as new buildings spring up every day. The waterfront also gives chance to fishing activities and dredging activities. For residents living here, there is good centrality and connectivity to various road networks in Lagos. Oworo is a fairly secure and a serene neighbourhood.
The popular markets in the area include the Miyaki and Olojojo market where domestic supplies can be easily gotten. There are also several roadside shops and stalls that serve the Oworonshoki residents.
The Papa playground, as well as some roadside bars, are what Oworonshoki offers for fun and recreation.