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Ebenebe ( English: Places and Places) or Amago Ebenebe as referred to by many is a town in Awka North Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria with an estimated population of 45,897 as of the 2006 Nigerian Census. It is made up of seven villages with each village comprising many hamlets.

Ebenebe is the town while Amagu is one of the villages that made it up. So referring to her as Amago-Ebenebe is like calling United States of America by the name of her city such as Los Angeles-United States of America, Israel as Tel Aviv-Israel, Britain as London-Britain, Republic of Ireland as Shannon-Ireland etc.

Ebenebe is 25 km from Awka, the capital city of Anambra State and its rich soil makes it one of the highest producers of agricultural commodities in Anambra State. Ebenebe was the capital of then short-lived Ezu Local Government Area during the regime of Gov. Samson Omeruah.

Ebenebe is bordered by Amansea to the south, Odoli River and Mgbakwu to the west, Ugbenu to the north and Agbaja to the east.