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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Koui is a sub-prefecture of Ouham-Pendé in the Central African Republic.[1][2]

Geography

The commune of Koui borders Cameroon, and is west of Bocaranga. It is bounded on the east by the Ngou tributary of the Mbere River which forms the border with Cameroon.

Communes bordering Koui
Mbili Kodi
Djohong Bocaranga
Niem-Yéléwa Herman-Brousse

History

After the death of General de Gaulle, President Bokassa renamed the town on the Koui River as a tribute to the French President. The Koui administrative checkpoint is erected as a sub-prefecture from September 21, 1981 by dismemberment of the sub-prefecture of Bocaranga.[citation needed]

Administration

The commune of Koui, is the only commune of the sub-prefecture. It is one of seven breeding communities in the Central African Republic, created with the aim of giving a land and land base to Mbororo Fulani pastoralists.[3] The mayor of the breeding commune of Koui extends his influence on the breeders of the prefectures of Ouham-Pendé and Ouham.[citation needed]

Villages

The main villages are Mbossarou, Koui, Sangolodoro and Ngeng-Nzeung.

The commune has 114 villages in rural areas identified in 2003: 5 km, Alache, Ardo-Djobdi, Badi, Bakoussa, Bang, Banon-Yerimon, Baria, Belaka, Belke, Bere, Bezere 2, Bi, Bita 2, Boboye, Bocaranga- Koui, Bogang 6, Bogang 6, Bogang Crossroads, Bogang-Mere, Bomango, Bomari 2, Bonawala, Boraguel, Bossabina 2, Bossabina-Sokorta, Bossarou, Bouzou 2, Bowai 2, Boyaye-Baria, Boyay-Koubili, Boyay-Wantounou, Boyaywantounou 2, Bozockwe-Bomaki 1, Bozokwe Biri, Degaule-Chic, Dewa 1, Dock, Dole, Douknoumon, Doza, Doza-Wahorou, Edem, Foulbere, Gassol-Zoda, Gbabiri-Boyaye, Gbabiri-Mbartoua, Gbabiri-Mbindao, Gbafou, Gbenou, Gbozockwe-Wosso, Goedi-Koui, Goidi 1, Goidi 2, Gombou, Gounzai, Iyazabo 1, Iyazabo 2, Iyazabo 3, Jean 0, Bass, Kare, Kayala, Kayang, Kazanga, Kella-marrow 1, Kella-Moelle 2, Kella-Moelle 3, Kpetene, Kpokwane, Customs, Lamourde, Lima, Makounzi-Wali, Mbella, Mbodala, Mboneguene, Mboussara, Mother, Moinam, Momaye, Moum-Di, Ngore, Ngueng-Nzeung, Nzakoundou, Pana, Pana 1, Pana 2, Patasse, Piti, Popular, Saah 1, Saah 2, Safou, Sangoldoro, Sanguere 3 Mbororo, Sanguere 3 Muslim, Sanguere-Bombaye, Sanguere-Lim, Segdou, Tassi, Tigun, Toro, Toubanco 3, Toubanko 1, Toubanko 2, Wantiguira, Wantiguira 1, Wantiguira Muslim, Yazi, Youma 1, Youma 2, Youma 3, Youwele, Zoguel.[4]

References

  1. ^ "Koui". Geographic Names. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  2. ^ "Koui". Tageo. Retrieved 5 June 2018.
  3. ^ Rapport de mission Etude Conflits, mars 2004, p. 13
  4. ^ RGPH 2003, Recensement général de la population et de l’habitat, 2003

External links

"Koui". Geographic Names. Retrieved 5 June 2018.

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