Elubo

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Elubo
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Elubo
Location of Elubo in Western Region
Coordinates: 05°17′00″N02°46′00″W / 5.28333°N 2.76667°W / 5.28333; -2.76667 Coordinates: 05°17′00″N02°46′00″W / 5.28333°N 2.76667°W / 5.28333; -2.76667
Region Western Region
District Jomoro District
Elevation
46 ft (14 m)
Time zone GMT
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Elubo is a town in the Jomoro district, a district in the Western Region of Ghana. [1]

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Location and geography

Location

Elubo is a town in the western region of Ghana almost on the border with Ivory Coast. Elubo lies some distance from the Western region's coast. [1]

Geography

Elubo is part of the Western Region. [1] One of the major financial institutions in the village is First Allied Savings and Loans Limited.

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