Jama'are River

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Catchment area of the Yobe River

The Jama'are River, also known as the Bunga River in its upper reaches, starts in the highlands near Jos, Plateau State, Nigeria and flows northeast through Bauchi State and Yobe State before joining the Hadejia River to form the Yobe River. There has recently been controversy over a plan to build the Kafin Zaki Dam on this river, with concerns over the effect on seasonal flooding and the water table.[1]

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  1. ^ Kole Ahmed Shettima. "Dam Politics in Northern Nigeria: The Case of the Kafin Zaki Dam". York University, Canada. Retrieved 2009-10-01.