South Tongu District

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South Tongu District
Districts of the Volta Region (2012).svg
Region Volta Region
District type District
District Executive Emmanuel Louise Agamah
Capital Sogakope
Area 448 km²
Population
ISO 3166 GH-TV-ST

The South Tongu District is one of the twenty-five (25) districts in the Volta Region. South Tongu capital and administrative centre is Sogakope.[1]

Geography[edit]

There are many streams in the South Tongu district. The prominent ones are the Chinni and Todzi. The Volta River runs to the west of this district.[1]

Boundaries[edit]

South Tongu District is bounded by:


Villages[edit]

In addition to Sogakope, the capital and administrative centre, South Tongu District contains the following villages:

  • Adutor
  • Atravenu
  • Dorfe korfe
  • Agbagorme
  • Agbogbla
  • Agbakope
  • Apimkpo
  • Dzogborve
  • Azikpo
  • Amedorme
  • Akalove
  • Galotse
  • Gamenu
  • Hawui
  • Adidokpo
  • Agorta
  • Nutekpo
  • Kponte
  • Agbeve
  • Agorkpo
  • Atsieve
  • Dabala
  • Bekpo
  • Vume
  • Fiave-Dugame
  • Helevi
  • Hikpo
  • Lave
  • Lolito
  • Tefle
  • Toklokpo
  • Asidowui
  • Kua
  • Godzekpota

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Volta Region » South Tongu". GhanaDistricts.com. Retrieved 2010-02-08.

Tefle is not a village. It is a town.

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Coordinates: 6°00′00″N 0°35′57″E / 6.0001°N 0.5991°E / 6.0001; 0.5991