and largest city
|Recognised regional languages|
|Government||Federal semi-presidential constitutional republic|
|-||Obuzga Federation, from Letzia||24th June 1965|
|-||Republic of Kahamago, from Shohuan||14th March 1976|
|-||Merger||7th October 1979|
|-||Total||3,929,709 km2 (1st)
1,517,269 sq mi
|-||2018 estimate||368,339,394 (1st)|
|GDP (nominal)||2018 estimate|
|Drives on the||right|
Ebo Nganagam, commonly known as Ebo, is a sovereign state located in northern Baredina, considered part of both the Ekuosia and Puzimm regions. It borders Barradiwa to the west, Tabiqa to the south, and the Parshita Sea to the north. It is Sahar's most populous and second largest country, with an area of approximately 3,900,000 square kilometres and a population of 368 million. It comprises 33 states as well as the Aga Dighagot Capital District.
Ebo Nganagam has been home to numerous kingdoms and tribal states over the millennia. The modern state originated from colonial rule beginning in the 18th century, principally under Letzia and the Shohuanese Second Republic, but earlier also under Balakia and Terminia. The Obuzga Federation gained independence from Letzia in 1965, while the Republic of Kahamago gained independence from Shohuan 11 years later following the fall of the Sannist regime. A merger of the two nations was peacefully effectuated in 1979 under supervision of the International Congress, and the name Ebo Nganagam was chosen for the new federation.
Since 1993 Ebo Nganagam has been embroiled in various levels of civil unrest and the Ebo Nganagam Civil War.
- 1 Etymology
- 2 History
- 3 Geography
- 4 Politics
- 5 Economy
- 6 Demographics
- 7 Culture
- 8 See also
The origin of the name "Ebo Nganagam" is unclear. A popular theory is that the name descends from the Shonam phrase ipu ɴɢano kam meaning "people of the village". Regardless of origin, the name became a common term to describe the lands west of Kostenbad in Barradiwa from the 18th century. Originally the term referred to the entirety of Puzimm, including northern Tabiqa, but after the colonisation of Algador by Shohuan the term slowly came to be used only for the lands north of the Anuxaz river.
Most of the country has a tropical savanna climate - grasslands with patches of forest - however, the eastern area has a tropical monsoon climate, and there are also areas of rainforest in the easternmost areas. The southern area is drier and has a hot semi-arid climate.
Ebo Nganagam is divided into 33 states and the Capital District, the city of Aga Dighagot.