Lepea is a small village at the southeastern end of Upolu island in Samoa. The village has a population of 170 (2006 Census). It is also the name of an electoral faipule district, Lepea Electoral Constituency, which consists of 6 villages, including Lepea village, with a total population of 1,429. (2006 Census).
Village & Electoral Constituency
|• Total||1,429 Constituency|
The village and Lepea Electoral Constituency are part of the larger political district of Atua.
Lepa Electoral ConstituencyEdit
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