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Western Equatoria State (WES)

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Western Equatoria State is part of the Greater Equatoria Region in South Sudan. The state shares international borders with Central Africa Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Within South Sudan Western Equatoria State borders Warrap, Western Bahr el Ghazal and Lakes states to the north and Central Equatoria State to the west.

Area: 79,319 km²

Approximate Population: 3619, 029

Capital: Yambio

Other Important Towns: Maridi, Nzara, Tambura and Mundri


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Government

Governor: Joseph Bangasi Bakosoro
Information Minister: Charles Barnaba Kisanga

Counties: Ezo County, Ibba County, Maridi East County, Mundri County, Mundri West County, Mvolo County, Najero County, Nzara County, Tambora County, Yambio County


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