Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government, a veritable industral local government in Ogun State with its headquaters at Ota, came into being in 1989 following demands for more local government in the State. It is a product of the merger of the former Ifo/Ota local government Ado-odo/Ota local government(Ado-Odo and Igbesa areas).
It is a grade A local government and the third largest in Ogun State, Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government.
With the creation of the Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government, the Awori people of Ogun State now boast of a local government which they can call their own. Also found in the local government area are Egba settlers at Atan, Ijoko and Sango Ota, while the Yewas and the Eguns are in Ado-Odo area.
Lagos State in east and south, Yewa South and Ifo Local Governments in the north and Ipokia Local Government in the west.
267,497 people according to the 1996 projection
- Ota (I)
- Ota (II)
- Ota (III) Ilogbo
- Ado-Odo (I)
- Adie Owe
- Agbara (I)
- Agbara (II)
1,460 square kilometres