Top 10 Least Populous Cities in Africa

Top 10 Least Populous Cities in Africa


10. Khemisset -Morocco

Khemisset is an Amazigh town in northern Morocco. It is the capital of Khémisset Province.

The city’s population is estimated at 106,991.

9. Al Hawamidiyah – Egypt

Al hawamidiyah also known as El Hawamdeya is a city in the Giza Governorate of Egypt. It has a population of about 106,841.

8. Pindiga – Nigeria

Pindiga is the capital of the Pindiga Emirate, located in Akko Local government area of Gombe state in Nigeria.

It has a population of about 106,322.

7. Ain Beida – Algeria

Aïn Beïda is a city and municipality located in Oum El Bouaghi Province, Algeria, southeast of Constantine and north of Khenchla, inhabited by Chaouis and Arabs.

The city has a population of 105,687.

6. Azare – Nigeria

Azare is a town in Bauchi State, Nigeria. It was founded by Mallam Zaki who was put into office by Shehu Usman Danfodio during early 1814.

The population of the city is estimated at 105,687.

5. Baraki – Algeria

Baraki is a commune belonging to Baraki District in Algiers Province in Northern Algeria.

The city has a population of 105,402.

4. Queenstown – South Africa

Queenstown is a resort town in Otago in the south-west of New Zealand’s South Island. It has a population of 105,309.

3. Bishoftu – Ethiopia

Bishoftu is a city in central Ethiopia. The city has a population of 104,215.

2. Kara – Togo

Kara is a city in northern Togo. It has a population of 104,207.

1. Abengourou – Ivory Coast

Abengourou is a city in eastern Côte d’Ivoire. It is the seat of both Comoé District and Indénié-Djuablin Region.

It has a population of 104,020.


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