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Akoupé-Zeudji is a small village in southern Ivory Coast. It is located in the sub-prefecture of Anyama in the Autonomous District of Abidjan. Prior to 2011, it was in the Abidjan Department, Lagunes Region. It lies roughly 13 kilometres (8.1 mi) to the northwest of the city of Abidjan, just to the northeast of Attinguié.
Akoupé-Zeudji has a private school and a public school, built by the government of the Abidjan Department under the leadership of Governor Pierre Djédji Amondji, and also has a community centre, a private vocational training centre, and a nightclub. In August 2011, the FRCI attacked Akoupé Zeudji and villages in the area, burning houses, due to it being the town of Prime Minister Gilbert Aké.
- "En visite à Akoupé Zeudji (Anyama) / Dogo Djereké Raphael - «La Côte d’Ivoire sera une nouvelle Jérusalem»" (in French). News.abidjan.net. 28 December 2010. Retrieved 10 December 2013.
- "Cote d'Ivoire: Akoupé-Zeudji, un village moderne et proche de dieu" (in French). Allafrica.com. 29 November 2011. Retrieved 10 December 2013.
- "Les Frci attaquent Akoupé Zeudji, le village du Premier ministre Aké N'Gbo: 11 villages de la région préparent une révolte contre Ouattara". Ivoirebusiness.net. 3 August 2011. Retrieved 10 December 2013.
- "Le gouvernement ivoirien supprime 1126 communes, et maintient 197 pour renforcer sa politique de décentralisation en cours", news.abidjan.net, 7 March 2012.
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