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Bɔk anɛ tɛmpʋʋg, ka an Bɔk sʋ’ʋlim wʋsa tɛmpʋtita’ari bɛ Upper East tudu ni, Ghana ya-dagɔbʋg. Di kpi’enɛ Burkina FasoTogo titɔnris. Yʋʋm tusa ayi' nɛ piinɛ ayi' la nii, Bɔk nidib wʋsa kal bɛɛ 2012 census la ni da anɛ tusa pisyuobʋ nɛ awai nɛ kɔbisnu nɛ pisi nɛ ayɔpɔi (69, 527)

Buudi malima nɛ zin’ivɛnla

Naa Gbewaa teŋgban la

Naa Gbewaa, onɛ da pin’il Mamprusi, Dagomba, and Nanumba buudinam la yaag bɛnɛ anina,pusig sʋ’ʋlim pʋ lal nɛ Bɔkʋ bɛ Upper East turu ni, Gaana.

Gandaʋg pa’al ye Naa Gbewaa da pʋ kpii ka o da bɔdignɛ kpɛn’ teŋin. Nidb tɛn’ɛs ka ba da mɛ teŋgban la nɛ zʋmaaʋŋ kanɛ paas piinɛ anaasi (14) la ye di tien Naa Gbewaa yɛla, nannanna, di anɛ siig tɛnrigir zin’ig.

Gbanvɛɛnsa

1.      ^ Jump up to:a b "World Gazetteer online". World-gazetteer.com. Archived from the original on 2012-01-11.

2.      ^ Bawku Municipal District Archived June 14, 2013, at the Wayback Machine

3.      ^ "Upper East Region". List of All MMDAs in Ghana. A Public - Private Partnership Programme between Min. of Local Govt., Rural Dev. & Environment & Maks Publications & Media Services. 2006. Archived from the original on 2009-08-05. Retrieved 2008-01-01.

4.      ^ "4 dead in renewed Bawku chieftaincy violence - MyJoyOnline.com". www.myjoyonline.com. 2022-01-24. Retrieved 2022-01-24.

5.      ^ "Upper East Region Attractions - Ghana Tourism Homepage". Touringghana.com. Archived from the original on 2014-03-17. Retrieved 2014-04-18.