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Imo State Government Website
Imo State derives its name from Imo River, which takes its course from the Okigwe/Awka upland. It lies within latitudes 4°45'N and 7°15'N, and longitude 6°50'E and 7°25'E. It occupies the area between the lower River Niger and the upper and middle Imo River. The state is bounded on the east by Abia State, on the west by the River Niger and Delta State; and on the north by Anambra State, while Rivers State lies to the south. Imo State covers an area of about 5,100sq km. The population of Imo State is predominantly rural. Some of the most densely settled areas of Nigeria are found in Imo State, where a direct relationship exists between population density and the degree of dispersal of rural settlement. Owerri, Ibo, Ibos, Igbos, Igbo, Tribes, Mbaise, Orlu, Mbano, Mbaitoli, Oguta, Egbema, Okigwe, oil, petroleum, housing, business, financial hub, developments, Investors, Properties, Governors Properties, tourism, tourists, businesses, resorts, agriculture, iroko, mahogany, obeche, gmelina, bamboo, rubber, oil palm, cash crops.