Bamendjou

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Bamendjou
Commune and town
Nickname(s): MUDJOUO
Country  Cameroon
Region West Region (Cameroon)
Governmentmayor Mukam Emmanuel
Area260 km2
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Population
 • Total 37 547 inhabitants
Time zone WAT (UTC+1)

Bamendjou is a town and commune in Cameroon.

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Coordinates: 5°24′N 10°19′E / 5.400°N 10.317°E / 5.400; 10.317

One of the most beautiful places in the west province of Cameroon. The traditional leader and guardian of the Western tradition is the Fo'o (King) of Bamendjou. The area land is more than 260 kilometres, and one of the famous figures is the mayor. Bamendjou is a small town where tradition is the first education to any youngster. Bamendjou shares its border with Baham, Bahouan, Batie, Bansoir, Bayagam, Bameka, and Bandjoun. By Martin Boris