Eleme is a local government area in Rivers State, Nigeria. It is part of the Port Harcourt metropolitan city. Eleme has it’s headquarters in the town of Ogale. It covers an area of 138 km² and at the 2006 Census had a population of 190,884. The Eleme people are Eleme’s main indigenous ethnic group.

Eleme is a predominantly agricultural society, with farmers travelling out to farms situated around the villages. Crops include yam, cassava, palm-oil fruit, fluted pumpkin and bitter-leaf. Crops are primarily used to sustain each family, but each family also typically trades their excess crops at one of the town markets. Even where family members are employed outside of agriculture, they still farm their own land as a supplement income.

Eleme is also home to a number of industries, including the Eleme Petrochemical Company Limited and the Indorama Eleme Petrochemical Limited. These industries have had a significant impact on the local economy, providing jobs and generating revenue.

Eleme is a diverse community with a rich culture and history. The people of Eleme are known for their hospitality and their strong sense of community. Eleme is a great place to live, work, and raise a family.

Here are some additional details about Eleme:

* The Eleme people are a Niger-Congo ethnic group. They are thought to have migrated to the area from the Benue River valley in the 15th century.
* The Eleme language is a member of the Cross River branch of the Niger-Congo language family. It is spoken by about 200,000 people in Nigeria.
* The Eleme people are predominantly Christian. There is also a small Muslim minority.
* The Eleme people are known for their rich culture and traditions. They have a number of festivals and celebrations throughout the year, including the Eleme New Yam Festival and the Eleme Water Festival.
* Eleme is a major producer of oil and gas. The Eleme Petrochemical Company Limited and the Indorama Eleme Petrochemical Limited are two of the largest oil and gas companies in Nigeria.
* Eleme is also a major agricultural producer. The area is home to a number of farms that produce crops such as yam, cassava, and palm oil.

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