They gave their name to the city of Yakoma at the confluence of the Welle and Mbobou rivers and provided the land for the French post at les Abiras which served as the first capital of Ubangi-Shari, the predecessor of the present-day CAR. The Yakoma are Bantu but speak a distinct dialect (also known as Yakoma) similar to Sango.
- Lewis, M. Paul (ed.). Ethnologue: Languages of the World, 16th ed. "Yakoma. A language of Central African Republic". SIL International (Dallas), 2009. Online version.
- Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada. "Central African Republic: The Yakoma." Accessed 9 Jan 2013.
- United States Department of State. Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor. "Country Reports on Human Rights Practices 2001". 4 Mar 2002.
- "JournalDeBangui.com: A lire: «La Maltraite des Veuves» dAdrienne Yabouza". Retrieved 2 December 2016.
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