|— State —|
|Region||Bahr el Ghazal|
|No. of counties:||6|
|• Governor||Nyadeng Malek|
|• Total||31,027 km2 (11,980 sq mi)|
|• Density||30/km2 ( 77/sq mi)|
|Time zone||EAT (UTC+3)|
The state is located in the Bahr el Ghazal region. It is bordered by the disputed region of Abyei to the north, by Unity State in Greater Upper Nile Region to the east, by Lakes State to the south, and by Western Equatoria State in Equatoria Region to the south west. The states of Western Bahr el Ghazal and Northern Bahr el Ghazal lie to the west.
Warrap State has an area of 31,027 km². Kuajok is the capital of Warrap state, replacing Warrap. All states in Southern Sudan are divided in counties, each headed by a County Commissioner appointed by the President of the Government of Southern Sudan.
the state belongs to South Sudan after a successful succession from Sudan on 9 July 2011.
The state is home to the Twic, Jur-Man Anger, Bongo and Rek subtribes of Nilotic ethnicity. The Twic and Rek are Dinka tribes. The main cities in the state are Gogrial, Kuajok, Tonj, Thiet, Turalei, Akuon, and Panliet. Other villages include Abi, Abiet, Abyor, Ador, Again, Agum, Agurton, Aidu, Ajako, Ajung Shol, Akiar, Akop, Alak, Amett, Ayen, Bir Di, Bir' Qurub, Bop, Dan Ageir, Duqduq, Faier, Faiwal, Fan Ashir, Fing Dit, Gwurra, Jangyang, Kwoit, Liet, Lut, Madeir, Mading, Majon Yom, Maiwai, Majok, Makwoich, Malwal, Marial Bai, Maryal, Mashraar Ragg, Meding, Meshra Ashol, Moing Jang, Molau, Nyang Fing, Pankier, Ping Dit, Powang, Rumbel, Urao, Waratit, Wun Liet, Wun Rog, Wunrock, and Zungumbia.
The president of the Republic of South Sudan, Salva Kiir Mayaardit, is a native of Warrap State. Alek Wek, a prominent International model of South Sudanese and British citizenship, also hails from the state.
The current state constitution was adopted in 2008. Nyandeng Malek Deliech is the Governor of the Warrap state. Madot Dut Deng is the Speaker of the State Assembly/
The main religions in Warrap State are Christianity, (Catholicism, Protestantism and other forms of Christianity). A sizable proportion of the population practices African Traditional Religions.
[Dinka,Arabic and Jur chol mainly