Tola-Binyeri District

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Coordinates: 8°45′00″N11°50′00″E / 8.75005°N 11.833329°E / 8.75005; 11.833329 Coordinates: 8°45′00″N11°50′00″E / 8.75005°N 11.833329°E / 8.75005; 11.833329
Country Nigeria
State Adamawa
Area Mayo Belwa

Tola-Binyeri is a district in the Mayo Belwa local government area of Adamawa State, Nigeria. It stretches alongside the Shebshi Mountain. It has a District Head.

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