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Ekiti West is a Local Government Area (LGA) in Ekiti state, Nigeria. It has its capital/headquarters located in a town called Aramoko. As the name implies, Ekiti West Local Government Area can be located in the western part of Ekiti State. Ekiti West LGA shares common boundaries with the following ares: Ifelodun/Irepodun LGA, Ijero LGA and Efon Alaaye (all in Ekiti State); and as well as Ila, and oriade LGA in Osun State. Most of the lands in the Local Government Area are undulating in shape and this attribute occurs in Okemesi, Ido-Ile, Ipole-Iloro, Erio and Ikogosi. This area is also has rugged hills.
There is a pronounced long geographical ridge which separated Ido-Ile from Okemesi. This long ridge divides the entire Local Government Area into two equal parts with Ipole-Iloro in the Western part and Erio, Ikogosi and Erijiyan in the southern part. The type of unique landscape in Ekiti West LGA gives rise to natural features such as Ikogosi warm spring and Ipole-Iloro waterfalls. There are 66 public primary schools, 13 public junior and senior secondary schools and 4 private secondary schools in the local government.