Mangu Local Government is a local government area in Plateau State, Nigeria. It is located in the central part of the state and has its headquarters in the town of Mangu. The local government area was created in 1976 from the former Jos Local Government Area.

Mangu Local Government Area is home to several towns and villages, including Mangu, Vom, Gindiri, Langai, Tunkus, and Kadunu. The area is known for its agricultural activities, including the production of crops such as maize, rice, yams, and potatoes.

There are also several rivers and streams in the area, which support fishing and other aquatic activities. Mangu Local Government Area is known for its cultural and tourist attractions, including the Lohhai and Langtang National Parks, which offer opportunities for hiking, camping, and wildlife viewing. The area is also known for its traditional festivals, including the Nzem Berom Festival, which celebrates the cultural heritage of the Berom people, who are the predominant ethnic group in the area.

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