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Asaba Ase is a settlement in the Ndokwa East Local Government Area of Delta State in Nigeria. It derives its name from the Ase river and is one of the communities that constitutes the Ase Clan but enjoys more autonomy. It is situated a few kilometres away from the petroleum producing community of Uzere in Isoko South, and approximately six kilometres away from Abari, an Ijaw settlement in the Patani local government area of Delta State. Asaba-Ase is one of the settlement in Ndokwa East recurrently affected by floods The native languages are Isoko and Ndokwa, and inhabitants of the town are considered Isoko People due to their history and the proximity to Uzere.
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