Ife East is a Local Government Area in Osun State, Nigeria. Its headquarters are in the town of Oke Ogbo. It has an area of 172 km² and a population of 188,087 at the 2006 census. The postal code of the area is 220. Ife East is located in the southwestern part of Nigeria, about 200 kilometers northeast of Lagos. It is bordered by the following local government areas: Ife Central to the west Ife North to the north Orolu to the east Atakumosa East to the south Ife East is a predominantly agricultural area, with the major crops being cocoa, yam, and cassava. The area is also home to a number of small industries, including food processing, textiles, and furniture making. The people of Ife East are predominantly Yoruba, and the major language spoken in the area is Yoruba. The majority of the people are Christians, with a small minority of Muslims. Ife East is a relatively poor area, with a high rate of illiteracy and poverty. However, the area is rich in culture and history, and there are a number of important historical sites in the area, including the Ile-Ife Sacred Grove, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ife East is a rapidly developing area, and there are a number of government initiatives underway to improve the lives of the people in the area. These initiatives include the construction of new schools and hospitals, the provision of clean water and sanitation, and the development of new industries. Ife East is a beautiful and historic area with a lot to offer visitors. It is a great place to learn about Yoruba culture and history, and it is a great place to experience the vibrant culture of Nigeria.

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