Nyong River

The Nyong is a river in Cameroon. The river flows approximately 640 km to empty into the Gulf of Guinea.

Transport

The town of Mbalmayo, which has a railhead, lies on the north bank of this river.[citation needed] The towns of Akonolinga and Abong-Mbang also lie on it.




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