Omuma is a Local Government Area in Rivers State, Nigeria. It is home to the Igbo people, and it is one of the oldest towns in Imo State. Omuma is located at latitude 5.560° N and longitude 6.972° E. Its boundary to the west is Mgbidi, to the east by Akatta and Attah, to the north by Eleh and Nempi and to the south by Amiri and Otulu. Omuma has four communities: Abia-Omuma, Ozuh-Omuma, Umuhu-Omuma, and Etiti-Omuma. The current Imo state governor, Hope Uzodinma, is from Omuma.

Omuma is a major agricultural and industrial center. The major crops grown in Omuma include yams, cassava, maize, and palm oil. The major industries in Omuma include sawmills, breweries, and palm oil mills.

Omuma is a major transportation hub. The town is served by a major road network, and it is also home to a major airport.

Omuma is a major tourist destination. The town is home to a number of historical sites, including the palace of the traditional ruler of Omuma, Eze (Dr.) E. C. Okeke. The town is also home to a number of natural attractions, including the Omuma River and the Omuma Forest.

Omuma is a vibrant and growing community. The town is home to a number of schools, hospitals, and other social amenities. Omuma is also home to a number of cultural and traditional institutions.

Omuma is a great place to live, work, and raise a family. The town is home to a warm and welcoming people, and it is a great place to experience the best of Nigeria.

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