The association between maternal age and emergency operative delivery, that embody emergency delivery and operative channel delivery, has found a link in recent studies. The various studies conjointly judge the factors for emergency delivery and operative channel delivery, which included; in labor indications, birth weight of over 4000g, fetal age of forty two or a lot of weeks, and induction of labor and their epidural use. Results shown ladies over forty years recent had a twenty two.4% emergency delivery rate and twenty three.7% operative channel delivery rate, compared with half dozen.7% and thirteen severally in ladies aged between 20 to 24 years and 8.4% and 16.2% respectively in ladies aged between 25 to 29 years. Dystocia and fetal distress were the major indication for emergency operative delivery among ladies within the cohort, with the chance increasing with magnified maternal age. Epidural use was associates with increase in emergency operative delivery and this was higher in older individuals. In women aged 20-24 years, the difference in rate of emergency caesarean section between women who had an epidural and those who did not was 5.9%, this figure rose to 12.9% in women over 40 years old. High birth weight, fetal age of forty two weeks or more and induction of labor were conjointly associates the high risk of emergency operative delivery and every one of those factors magnified with rising maternal age. The results found the absolute increase in risk by taking consideration of all causative factors, were high in older than younger individuals for emergency operative delivery, which emphasize the importance of careful attention required in managing older women who may have interventions throughout labor and therefore the proportion of operative deliveries magnified considerably with maternal age in a very low-risk. These findings were significantly useful for tending professionals and women of advanced maternal age in selecting and concerning the optimum mode of delivery.