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Oyo State Map - Local Government areas

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History Of Ido

 Ido Local Government was created in May 1989. The local government is located in Oyo State, Nigeria, and its headquarters is situated in Ido Town. Ido Local Government was divided into two, with the creation of Omi-Apata Local Council Development Area (LCDA).

Ido Local Government shares boundaries with Oluyole, Ibarapa East, Akinyele, Ibadan North, Ibadan North West, and Ibadan South West Local Governments within Oyo State. It also shares boundaries with Odeda Local Government in Ogun State. Ido Local Government covers an area of 986 km⊃2;.

As of the 2006 census, Ido Local Government had a population of 103,261. Ido Local Government was among the five local governments in the Ibadan district before it was canceled in 1956. The other four local governments at that time were Mapo, Akinyele, Ona-ara, and Olode-Olojumon, with Mapo serving as the headquarters for all the local governments, collectively known as the Ibadan City Council (ICC).


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