HISTORY & PEOPLE
The Isoko country is the north-western corner of the Nigerian Delta of Southern Nigeria, which is a virgin field for anthropologist. Beyond one or two brief and usually inaccurate references in accounts of the Delta, and a Government Intelligence Report, nothing has been collected about or written upon the Isoko people.
ART, CULTURE & Language
The Isoko art and culture is a representation of the beauty of diversity. Forming from the embryo of of the quest to be independent propelled by the need to create communties that pay allegence to the Benin Throne, our origin and root. Our art span around our root and the language is far beyond search.
politics & development
Isoko land is split into two local governments the North and South. The North whose headquarters is located in Ozoro. There are 13 Electoral Wards in the Local Government Area The South is headquartered in Oleh. There are eleven communities in Isoko South, and each of them are subdivided into several clans.