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Aguata Local Government Area

Aguata Local government is one of three tiers of government is the Chairman who is the head of the local government, which also have elected councillors. This local government area primary purpose is to help in economic and social development of the communities or areas in their jurisdiction. They receive allocations from the state and also collect revenues from their rural areas under their administration.

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Birth Registration

Streamlined processes of registering and obtaining Birth Certificate

Local Government Identification Certificate

Its now easy, seamless and convenient, from any location you can request for your Local Government ID

Marriage Registration

Facilitate registration of marriages with verifiable certificates.

Business Permits

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Social Welfare

Welfare programs extended to vulnerable individuals and families within the society

Club/Association Registration

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From the Transition Chairman

Aguata is a Local Government Area in Anambra State in Nigeria, with its headquarters in Aguata (location of the headquarters office buildings), a major part of which falls into Aguluezechukwu, while the smallest part falls within the commercial town of Ekwulobia.

Our Mission

Aguata Local Government Area is committed to fostering a vibrant and inclusive community where every resident can thrive. We are dedicated to providing efficient and effective services that enhance the quality of life for all our citizens. Promote Civic Engagement, Encourage active participation of our residents in the decision-making processes that shape our community's future.

Let’s explore some of our Towns

Ekwulobia is an Igbo-speaking town in southeastern Nigeria.[citation needed] It is the one of the largest cities in Anambra State after Awka, Onitsha, and Nnewi and their respective conurbations.[citation needed] It is the headquarters of the present Aguata local government and the headquarters of the old Aguata Local Government that comprised the present Aguata local government and Orumba North and South local governments

Achina is a town in Aguata local Government area of Anambra State, Nigeria. It’s made up of two villages, umueleke and umueziyi. Achina has common boundaries with Akpo, Umuchu, Ogboji, Uga and Eunugu-Umuonyia.

Uga is a town in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria. It is 13 km South East of Igbo-Ukwu, 12 km South of Ekwulobia, and 45 km South of Awka, the Anambra State Capital. It has four (4) communities namely : Umueze, Oka, Umuoru and Awarasi. It has recognised landmarks and tourist attractions such as the "Obizi Uga", a natural spring and a spectacular scenery which was the site of an ancient tale in the Uga oral tradition.

Igbo-Ukwu is a town in the Nigerian state of Anambra in the south-central part of the country. The town comprises three quarters namely Obiuno, Ngo, and Ihite (an agglomeration of 4 quarters) with several villages within each quarter and thirty-six (36) administrative wards.It is also bordered by Ora-eri, Ichida, Azigbo, Ezinifite, Amichi, Isuofia, Ikenga and some other towns.

Umuchu is one of the largest towns in Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria. Umuchu lies near the state border between Anambra and Imo States. It is connected by road to Umunze in the east and Igbo-Ukwu in the northwest. It is home to the Igbo people, and Umuchu is also the name of the local dialect of the Igbo language.

Aguluezechukwu is one of the communities that make up Aguata local government area. It consists of 7 villages namely: Enugu, Ifite, Uhuehi, Eziagu, Ozalla, Umuchukwu and Ndiokolo. It has borders with Ekwulobia, Oko, Ogboji , Onneh and Akpo. Aguluezechukwu people still love their cultures and traditions. This fact is evidenced during the celebration of festivals such as Okponsi, Igbaudo and New Yam festivals.

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