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Ipokia is a Local Government Area (LGA) in the west of Ogun state, Nigeria. It has its headquarters in Ipokia town. Ipokia Local Government came into being alongside other 182 Local Governments created on December 13,1996. Carved out of the old Egbado South Local Government, Ipokia Local Government happens to be one of the five Local Governments created in Ogun State that year. The Local Government share bounded by Yewa North Local Government in the north; Lagos State in the South, the Republic of Benin in the west and both Yewa South and Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government in the east, hence it is popularly referred to as the Main gate to the Gate- way State.
The inhabitants of this area are predominantly Anagos, Eyos and Eguns. Ipokia is abundant with deposits of natural minerals such as Kaolin and Red clay. The vast fertile land is available for Agriculture. They produce mats and food stuff such as Lagba, Fufu, Koko; with a pre-occupation, which is mainly farming. The main agricultural products found in the area are Cassava, Melon, Maize and Yam, while oil palm produce forms the major cash crop It is equally rich in soft sand used in the construction industry. There is large and commercial deposit of crude oil on Tongeji Island (a town under Ipokia) as Oil and Gas Industries can position themselves to tap the opportunities offered by its presence.