Mbam River

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The Mbam River is the main tributary of the Sanaga River in Cameroon.

Water mouth of the Mbam river (left) into the Sanaga river near Ebebda

It flows from the Adamawa Plateau and receives the Kim and Ndjim rivers on its left bank and later the Noun River at its right bank before its confluence with the Sanaga River.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shahin, Mamdouh. Hydrology and water resources of Africa, 2002.

Coordinates: 4°22′44″N 11°15′50″E / 4.37889°N 11.26389°E / 4.37889; 11.26389