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Igunga District Council-Tabora, Tanzania

Igunga District Council is one of the seven districts of the Tabora Region of Tanzania. It is bordered to the north by the Shinyanga Region, to the east by the Singida Region, to the south by the Uyui District and to the west by the Nzega District. Its administrative seat is the town of Igunga. Igunga is now divided by two Constituencys: Igunga Constituency and Manonga Constituency, whereby Manonga town is Choma Chankola.
According to the 2002 Tanzania National Census, the population of the Igunga District was 325,547.
According to the 2012 Tanzania National Census, the population of Igunga District was 399,727
Location
Igunga District is located between latitudes 3”51’ and 4”48’ South of Equator and longitudes 33”22’ and 34”8’ East of Greenwich. The District covers an area of square kilometers 6,912 and it is bordered by Kishapu District to the North, Iramba District to the East, Uyui District to the South and Nzega District to the West.
Administrative Set-up
Igunga District Council is one of the eight administrative districts Council that make up the Tabora Region. The district inaugurated on 20th July, 1975. Formerly, this district was part of Nzega district. The district council has four divisions which are Igunga, Simbo, Manonga and Igurubi, 35 wards, 119 villages and 758 hamlets.
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In 2012, Igunga District was administratively divided into 35 wards.
Wards
Igunga
Bukoko
Mtunguru
Nanga
Itumba
Nguvumoja
Mbutu
Isakamaliwa
Igurubi
Kinungu
Itunduru
Kining’inila
Mwamashiga
Mwamashimba
Mwamakona
Choma Chankola
Ngulu
Ntobo
Mwashiku
Ziba
Ibologero
Nyandekwa
Kitangiri
Ndembezi
Nkinga
Ugaka
Simbo
Mwisi
Chabutwa
Sungwisi
Mwamala
Uswaya
Tambarale
Igoweko
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