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|• Local Government Chairman||Obarilomate Ollor (PDP)|
|• Deputy Local Government Chairman||Virtue Ekee (PDP)|
|• Local Government Council||Ward 1: Victor Daddy Chickere (PDP)|
Ward 2: Jerry Nwolu Ejor (PDP)
Ward 3: Josephine Obari (PDP)
Ward 4: Patience Dabor (PDP)
Ward 5: Freedom Lekwa (PDP)
Ward 6: Dominic Okolah Ollor (PDP)
Ward 7: Roberts Ogosu (PDP)
Ward 8: Isaac Obele-Chu (PDP)
Ward 9: Victor Goka (PDP)
Ward 10: Jima Daniel Chumu (PDP)
|• Total||53 sq mi (138 km2)|
|Time zone||UTC+1 (WAT)|
Eleme is a local government area in Rivers State, Nigeria. It is part of the Port Harcourt metropolitan city. It covers an area of 138 km2 and at the 2006 Census had a population of 190,884. The Eleme people are Eleme's main indigenous ethnic group.
Eleme has two of Nigeria's four, as of 2005, petroleum refineries and one of Nigeria's busiest seaport and the largest seaport in West Africa located at Onne, a famous town with numerous industries.
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