Ogu–Bolo is a local government area (LGA) in Rivers State, Nigeria with headquarters in the town of Ogu. It is located on the Eastern Niger Delta. It has an area of 89 km2 (34 sq mi) and a population of 74,683 as of the 2006 census. Most people living in the region are of Ogu–Bolo heritage. Postal codes for the area begin with 500.

Ogu/Bolo is neighboured by Eleme LGA in the west, Tai LGA in the north, Bonny LGA, Wakama Ama and Bolo communities in the south, and Okrika LGA in the southwest.

The economy of Ogu/Bolo is based on agriculture, fishing, and oil production. The area is home to a number of oil wells, and the government has been working to develop the oil industry in the region.

The people of Ogu/Bolo are predominantly of Ijaw ethnicity. The main language spoken in the area is Ijaw, although English is also widely spoken.

The culture of Ogu/Bolo is similar to that of other Ijaw communities. The people are known for their strong sense of community and their vibrant culture. The area is home to a number of festivals and celebrations, including the Ogu/Bolo New Yam Festival and the Bolo Water Festival.

There are a number of primary and secondary schools in Ogu/Bolo. There is also a tertiary institution, the Ogu/Bolo College of Education.

There are a number of health facilities in Ogu/Bolo, including the Ogu/Bolo General Hospital. Ogu/Bolo is accessible by road and by water. The main road through the area is the East-West Road. The area is also served by a number of water transportation companies.

Ogu/Bolo is a popular tourist destination. The area is home to a number of natural attractions, including the Ogu/Bolo River and the Bolo Creek. There are also a number of historical sites in the area, including the Ogu/Bolo War Memorial.

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