Mgbidi is one of the towns in Oru. It is made up of 11 villages namely:
These villages made up what is known as Mgbidi Town, (the gateway to Imo State). Mgbidi is one of the prominent towns in Imo state and the Seat of Oru West Local Government. It also served as the Seat of Oru Local Government before the creation of Oru East and Oru West Local Governments.
This information was provided by Anthony Ezenyi (Washington, DC Branch). To provide additional information about Mgbidi, please use the comment form below.
Pls check the Mgbidi peoples forum site at http://www.mgbidipeoplesforum.org
I am happy we have illustrious Sons that promote the image of our revered Mgbidi Town!
Let’s join forces to make it better.
I’m from Mgbidi in imeoha based in Swaziland. I”m very sad about the things happening there.
Me too…I am from imeoha
I’m from Mgbidi town, Okuwdor precisely. I’m proud of my town, the gateway to IMO state. I’m happy about this mega international market coming to my own town, that is a big start in development for us as indigents.
I just wish to correct the spelling of the first village listed in the write up. It’s IMEOHA, not IMEHA. Thanks.
I am from Ugbele and always proud of my town Mgbidi. They are very accommodating and nice people. A land of progress.
I am from Umuaguma. I love my people. We are very friendly and accommodating.