Mayo Kébbi

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This article discusses the river named Mayo Kébbi. For the former prefecture of Chad, see Mayo-Kébbi Prefecture.
Mayo Kébbi
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Catchment of the Bénoué River
Country Chad; Cameroon
Physical characteristics
River mouth in the Bénoué River
Basin features
River system Niger River
Tributaries

The Mayo Kébbi is a river in Central and West Africa. The river rises in Chad, then flows west into the Bénoué River. Mayo-Kébbi Prefecture in Chad is named for it. The Mayo Kébbi is the major outlet for Lake Fianga, shared between Cameroon and Chad.


Coordinates: 9°18′N 13°33′E / 9.300°N 13.550°E / 9.300; 13.550