Mokwa is a local government area in Niger State, Nigeria. It is located in the western part of the state, sharing borders with Kogi and Kwara States. The area’s main economic activities revolve around agriculture, including the cultivation of crops and livestock rearing.
Mokwa is known for its natural resources, such as the Jebba Hydroelectric Power Station and mineral deposits. The Mokwa-Jebba Bridge is a prominent landmark, offering scenic views of the Niger River.
Additionally, Mokwa is home to the Kainji Lake National Park, a wildlife reserve spanning multiple states. The area is well-connected by roadways, including the Abuja-Kaduna-Zaria-Kano expressway.