Bombali

bioethanol plant in makeni bombali district

For the purpose of electing Ordinary Members of Parliament, Bombali District is hereby divided into Eight (8) constituencies as described in the schedule.

Bombali District is a district in the Northern Province of Sierra Leone. Its capital and largest city is Makeni, which is also the largest city in the north. Bombali District is one of the fourteen districts of Sierra Leone. Bombali is the second largest district in Sierra Leone by geographical area, after Koinadugu District, and is the second most populous district in the North, after Port Loko District. In the 2015 Sierra Leone national census, the population of Bombali district was 606,183.[1] Other major towns in Bombali District include Kamakwie, Kamabai, Karina and Binkolo.

The district of Bombali occupies a total area of 7,985 km2 (3,083 sq mi) and comprises thirteen chiefdoms. The district borders the Republic of Guinea to the north, Port Loko District and Kambia Districts to the west, Tonkolili District to the south, and Koinadugu District to the east.

The population of Bombali District is ethnically diverse, although the Temne and Limba form the largest ethnic groups. The population of Bombali District is predominantly Muslim, though with a large Christian minority.

Bombali district is the birthplace and home district of the current president of Sierra Leone, Ernest Bai Koroma, who was born and raised in the city of Makeni. The district is also the birthplace and home district of former president of Sierra Leone Joseph Saidu Momoh, who was born in the town of Binkolo.

NEC Population Data
Election Year
2018
Registered Voters
187,664
Total Population
422,960
Census Population Data
Election Year
2018
Total Population
606,544
Registered Voters
187,664
Female Population
309,861
Male Population
296,683
Geographic Data

8.8719747, -12.0375565

Election Year
2018
Region
Data Sources
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bombali_District
NEC
Statistics Sierra Leone