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Tienko
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Tienko
Location in Ivory Coast
Coordinates: 10°13′N7°29′W / 10.217°N 7.483°W / 10.217; -7.483 Coordinates: 10°13′N7°29′W / 10.217°N 7.483°W / 10.217; -7.483
CountryFlag of Cote d'Ivoire.svg  Ivory Coast
District Denguélé
Region Folon
Department Minignan
Population
 (2014) [1]
  Total12,042
Time zone UTC+0 (GMT)

Tienko is a town in northwestern Ivory Coast. It is a sub-prefecture and commune of Minignan Department in Folon Region, Denguélé District.

In 2014, the population of the sub-prefecture of Tienko was 12,042. [2]

Villages

The 13 villages of the sub-prefecture of Tienko and their population in 2014 are: [2]

  1. Kéhi (550)
  2. Kémissiga (177)
  3. Mazéla (555)
  4. M'bana (656)
  5. Tienko (3 049)
  6. Koliko (878)
  7. Kouban (1 193)
  8. Bokouna (71)
  9. Kabangoué (1 291)
  10. Kotoula (1 331)
  11. Diolola (864)
  12. Kongohila 1 (876)
  13. Missamahana (551)

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References

  1. "Côte d'Ivoire". geohive.com. Retrieved 8 December 2015.
  2. 1 2 "RGPH 2014, Répertoire des localités, Région Folon" (PDF). ins.ci. Retrieved 5 August 2019.