Oguta LGA stands for Oguta Local Government Area, which is one of the 27 Local Government Areas in Imo State, Nigeria.

The LGA covers an area of about 197 square kilometres and is home to several communities, including Oguta, Egbuoma, Iheorji, Ohaji, Osemoto, and Umunakanu. The population of Oguta LGA is estimated to be around 170,000 people, according to the 2006 census.
The LGA is also home to several cultural and historical sites, including the Oguta Lake Holiday Complex, the Ojukwu Bunker, and the Ojukwu Memorial Library.

Oguta is called “Oguta-Ameshi” or “Ameshi”- by its aborigines. Indigenes – consists of two parts, the old part which holds the 27 villages of Oguta, and the new part, called the “Oguta New Layout”.
Oguta as a tourist destination, makes most people including natives have the preponderance to describe Oguta Town more often – as being located on the east bank of Oguta Lake.

Oguta’s high-yield oil and gas fields make Oguta an important territory and geographic area, hosting many multinational oil companies like AGIP, Shell, Chevron.
Oguta is located in Imo State of Nigeria, and shares boundaries with Anambra State, Delta State and Rivers State. It lies within the Lower Niger drainage basin. Oguta is the headquarters of the Oguta local government area and is one of the four crude oil-producing local governments in Imo State.

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