Aka - People

People

  • Aka people, a group of African pygmies living in the Central African Republic and Congo
  • Aka (tribe), a tribe found in West and East Kameng, Arunachal Pradesh, India
  • Aka Pella (Histeria!), a character from the cartoon Histeria!
  • Brice Aka, an Ivorean footballer

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