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Rivers State, also known simply as Rivers, is one of the 36 states of Nigeria. According to census data released in 2006, the state has a population of 5,185,400, making it the sixth-most populous state in the country. Its capital, Port Harcourt is the largest city and is economically significant as the centre of Nigeria’s oil industry.

Rivers State is bounded on the South by the Atlantic Ocean, to the North by Imo, Abia andAnambra States, to the East by Akwa Ibom State and to the West by Bayelsa and Delta states. It is home to many indigenous ethnic groups: Ikwerre, Ibani, Opobo, Eleme, Okrika, and Kalabari,Etche, Ogba, Ogoni, Engenni and others. The people from Rivers State are known as “Riverians”.

The inland part of the state consists of tropical rainforest; towards the coast the typical Niger Delta environment features many mangrove swamps.

Rivers state, named after the many rivers that border its territory, was part of the Oil Rivers Protectorate from 1885 till 1893, when it became part of the Niger Coast Protectorate. In 1900 the region was merged with the chartered territories of the Royal Niger Company to form the colony of Southern Nigeria. The state was formed in 1967 with the split of the Eastern Region of Nigeria. Until 1996 the state contained the area now known as Bayelsa State. 
Rivers State has maintained its importance as a leading supplier of wealth to the nation for centuries. In 2007, the state ranked 2nd nationwide with a gross domestic product (GDP) of $21.07 billion and a per capita income of $3,965. 
The state is famous for its vast reserves of crude oil and natural gas. It was perhaps the richest and most important section of the African zone of the British Empire. Rivers State has two major oil refineries, two major seaports, airports, and various industrial estates spread across the land. More than 60% of the country’s output of crude oil is produced in the state. Other natural resources found within its boundaries are silica sand, glass sand and clay.


Rivers State is currently consists of 23 Local Government Areas. They are:

1. Port Harcourt

2. Obio-Akpor

3. Okrika

4. Ogu–Bolo

5. Eleme

6. Tai

7. Gokana

8. Khana

9. Oyigbo

10. Opobo–Nkoro

11. Andoni

12. Bonny

13. Degema

14. Asari-Toru

15. Akuku-Toru

16. Abua–Odual

17. Ahoada West

18. Ahoada East

19. Ogba–Egbema–Ndoni

20. Emohua

21. Ikwerre

22. Etche

23. OmumaRivers state map

LIST OF REGISTERED MEMBERS (RIVERS STATE)

1. Robinson EBRI (D)

2. Alali Aloni A.(D)

3. Nkechi Nwaguru(D)

4. Ordu Charles (D)

5. Ohaka Justice(D)

6. Princewill Opubo(D)

7. Oye Noah Gem(D)

8. Wekere Felix(D)

9. Onyegwu N. Chiamaka(D)

10. Enebeli Winifred(D)

11. Alika Leonard E(D)

12. Kalu Gift A.(D)

13. Nwokam Brenda(D)

14. Amachree Princeba(D)

15. Furo D. Emmanuel(D)

16. Tonye-Obene D.(D)

17. Okogbule Vincent FREDRICK (D)

18. Opusunju Boma(D)

19. Akaraka Olue(D)

20. Nnadede Nnenna(D)

21. Jaja Promise(D)

22. Opara Hachimenum(D)

23. Waribo Israel T(D)

24. Alfred Onua(D)

25. Tamunkuro T. N(D)

26. Horsfall Faithwin(D)

27.  Asikimabo-ofori S.(D)

28. Oduma J. Belema(D)

29. Erhirhie Ezinne(D)

30. Jumbo Edmund(D)

31. Akani Young C.(D)

32. Adeosun Sherrif T(D)

33. Otogwun A. N(D)

34. Eze Emmanuel(D)

35. Oghenekaro Nosa(D)

36. Abiori Stephen(D)

37. Tobin Maxwell(D)

38. Alfred T. Aggo(D)

39. Nwogbo Augustine(D)

40. Furo(D)

41. Anni Nnenne(D)

42. Nwachukwu Henrigia(D)

43. Briggs Damiete(D)

44. Ekpenyong mbosowo(D)

45. Sideubu Ogochukwu(D)

46. Biobele Theophilus(D)

47. Eke Emmanuel(D)

48. Kpopene J.(D)

49.  Nwosi C(D)

50. Peterside O.(D)

51. Nmegbu Wisdom(D)

53. Mohammed(D)

54. Tobi Naomi(D)

55. Adeiti Abieuuwa(D)

56. Ayodeji Ayodele(D)

57. Nwachukwu Christian(D)

58. Ihenetu Udochukwu(D)

59. Chukwuma Emmanuel(D)

60. Achor Mike T(D)

61. Ezenwa-Ahanene Chidiadi(D)

62. Okonyia Obinna(D)

63. Osoma Smith C(D)

64. Ugwa Okezie(D)

65. Igunma Jeremiah(D)

66. Jonah Aanuoluwapo(D)

67. Ekechi Amadi(D)

68. Nnadi Chizoba(D)

69. Alinnor Ezioma(D)

70. Nelson Emirene Iyio(D)

71. Iffi Ferdinard Nkem(D)

72. Amadi Blessing Chituru(D)

73. Victoria Chucks(S)

74. Kue Lezorgia Paul(S)

75. Onari Betek C.(S)

76. Chiokwa Bright(S)

77. Ndimele Chizi(S)

78. Ngakaduru Kasie(S)

79. Nwagwu Clubnor(S)

80. Emenike N. V(S)

81. Silver Juliet O(S)

82. Leh Lekara Bob(S)

83. Omitah Omamode B(S)

84. Onyendoga Princewill(S)

85. Princess Ekivulo(S)

86. Marshal Chitoru Wali(S)

87. Omokri O. Blessing(S)

88. Oloware Lucy Oghenekevwe(S)

89. Uchunor Sheila Chikadidia(S)

90. Eruteya Ogheneruona(S)

91. Ohanugo Wisdom Chukwuekwu(S)

92. Ogbodu Ovovwero Emmanuella(S)

93. Godwin Rawlings Oke-Oghene(S)

94. Emordi Theodora Onyisi(S)

95. Obukofe Bruno Ogheneruaye(S)

96. Ogbor Atare(S)

97. Akpere Hallo-Ukaro(S)

98. Ahweyevu Aghogho Anthony(S)

99. Ossai Obianuju Sandra(S)

100. Isuosuo Oghenekome Rose(S)

101. Dan-Echems Emmanuel(D)

102. Mukoro Josephine(D)

103. Mebradu Oghenetega(D)

104. Akpemuwa O.  Collins(D)

105. Emakuneyi Ejiro(D)

106. Mudama Augustine E.(S)

107. Ogedegbe Gabriel(S)

108. Oghenekparobo Dennis(S)

109. Lovelyn John(S)

110. Naador Collins Buradum(S)

111. Nwafejeoku Daniel(S)

112. Isioma Jennifer Chigoziem(S)

113. Okunloye Exe(S)

114. Aroucha Chukwudi Nnaemeka(S)

115. Otuaga Tony Ochuko(S)

116. Adiohwo O. Emmanuel(S)

117. Akpala Gwojo Anna(S)

118. Blessing Oromena(S)

119. Akpuma Mudiaga Favour(S)

120. Akpomudje Obed(S)

121. Whiliki Esther(S)

122. Onoberevu Onoriode(S)

123. Ovadje Anthony(S)

124. Awowede Lydia(S)

125. Agbate Clementina A.(S)

126. Ewhrudjakpor Ejiro(S)

127. Sayeh Chukwuwike(S)

128. Eruteya(s) Oghenevbede(S)

129. Enegide Emmanuel(S)

130. Uduh Ifeoma(S)

131. Precious Gberesuu(S)

132. Dee Mene Donatus(S)

133. Dokara Dumpe Barineka(S)

134. Eli Idikisimama Christiana (D)

135. Lebara Lewis(D)

136. Ordu Charles (D)

137.  Paamia N(D)

138. Murami A(D)

139. Kwosah N. J (D)

140. Ebi Robinson (D)

141. Favour Ezirim (S)

142. Faith Peter (S)