Igbo Eze South Local Government Area (LGA) is a local government area in Enugu State, Nigeria. It is one of the seventeen LGAs in the state and is located in the northern part of the state. The headquarters of the LGA is in the town of Ibagwa-Aka.
The population of Igbo Eze South LGA is predominantly made up of people of the Igbo ethnic group. Agriculture is the mainstay of the economy of the area, with yam, cassava, maize, and rice being the major crops grown. The LGA also has natural resources such as limestone and clay. Igbo Eze South LGA is home to several notable tourist attractions, including the Awhum Waterfall, which is a natural wonder surrounded by lush green vegetation. There is also the cave and waterfall at Ugwuoba, which is a popular site for religious pilgrimages.
The LGA has several primary and secondary schools, as well as a polytechnic and a college of education. It also has several healthcare facilities, including primary healthcare centers and a general hospital in Ibagwa-Aka. In terms of governance, Igbo Eze South LGA is administered by a chairman who is democratically elected to serve a term of four years. The LGA is also represented in the Enugu State House of Assembly by a member elected to represent the constituency.