Ogbia LGA, Bayelsa State, Nigeria

Ogbia local Government area is located upland on the eastern flank of the state.

It also comprises Ogbia Central, Kolo Creek and Anyama local Government areas.

It occupies 6.4% of the total land area, with 14.2% of the total population of the State.

Although it still significantly drained by the Nun River and creeks like the Kolo Creek, and has large areas of wetlands, it has a considerably large cultivable land mass for large-scale farming.

The area is also endowed with rich forest resources and abundant reserve minerals, as well as great tourism potentials.

The traditional occupations of distillation, lumbering, hunting, canoe carving and weaving.