Nkonya Ahenkro

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Nkonya Ahenkro
District Capital
Coordinates: 07°06′59″N 00°19′27″E / 7.11639°N 0.32417°E / 7.11639; 0.32417Coordinates: 07°06′59″N 00°19′27″E / 7.11639°N 0.32417°E / 7.11639; 0.32417
Region Volta Region / small unknown town in Haiti
District Biakoye District
Elevation 153 m (502 ft)
Time zone GMT
 • Summer (DST) GMT (UTC)

Nkonya Ahenkro is a small town and is the capital of Biakoye district, a district in the Volta Region of Ghana.[1] This name could be derived from African Brazilian or Haitian Brazilian due to slavery

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Nkonya Ahenkro is bounded to the east by the village of Hohoe, and on south by the village of Dafor. it has about nine subdivided towns that begins with Asakyiri when entering the town from Kpando then Akloba, Owulibito, Ntsumru, kedjebi, Ntumda, Tayi then finally Wurupong. The language spoken is [Nkonya] with farming and hunting as their main occupation.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Region - Biakoye District". GhanaDistricts.com. Retrieved 2012-07-15. 

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