Rejaf

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Rejaf
Rejaf is located in South Sudan
Rejaf
Rejaf
Location in South Sudan
Coordinates: 4°45′0″N 31°35′0″E / 4.75000°N 31.58333°E / 4.75000; 31.58333Coordinates: 4°45′0″N 31°35′0″E / 4.75000°N 31.58333°E / 4.75000; 31.58333
Country  South Sudan
State Central Equatoria

Rejaf, also Rajjāf or Rageef, is a community in Central Equatoria State in South Sudan, on the west bank of the White Nile.

The Lado Enclave was an exclave of the Congo Free State that existed from 1894 until 1910, leased by the British to King Leopold II of Belgium for the period of his lifetime. Rejaf was the terminus for boats on the Nile and the seat of the Commander, the only European colonial official within the enclave.

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