Sosso-Nakombo

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Sosso-Nakombo
Country  Central African Republic

Sosso-Nakombo is a sub-prefecture in the Central African Republic.[1][2]

History

In 1920, after the return to France of Neukamerun, Sosso became chief town of subdivision in the district of Kade-Sangha (Middle Congo). In 2002, the locality becomes chief town of one of the seven sub-prefectures of Mambéré-Kadeï, resulting from a division of the sub-prefecture of Gamboula.[citation needed]

Administration

The sub-prefecture consists of the only municipality of Lower Kadéï. The locality of Sosso-Nakombo has 8,900 inhabitants in September 2014, including 100 displaced persons.[3]

References

  1. ^ "Gbangala, Basse-Kadéï, Sosso-Nakombo, Mambéré Kadéi, Région de l'Equateur: None". PostCodedatabase. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  2. ^ "Sosso-Nakombo". Mapcarta. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  3. ^ Première Urgence, Évaluation Mécanisme Réponse Rapide (RRM), 17 septembre 2014

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