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Njimnkang is a village in Cameroon located in the commune of Ndu . It is attached to the Donga-Mantung division, in the North-West region . Njimnkang is located east of the commune, between the villages of Mbawngong, Kuji and Sinna. Njimnkang is one of the 10 chiefdoms of the Wiya clan. The people of Njimnkang and Sehn first settled at a place between Ndu and Sop called Mankeng before moving to their present places 6 . It is marked by two seasons and unimodal rainfall. During the dry season, from November to mid-March, rainfall is less; especially during the months of January and February when precipitation reaches values ​​close to zero. During the rainy season, rainfall sometimes exceeds 400 mm per month, especially in July, August and September. Annual rainfall ranges from 1,300 to 3,000  mm , with an average of 2,000  mm 3 . The village has two primary schools: GS Njimnkang and FH Njimnkang. Njimkang has one health centre, Njimkang Health Post. There is a cave in Njimnkang. The presence of soot and broken pots have been found in the caves of the region. These finds make it possible to consider these caves as having served as refuges for the local populations in ancient times.

Mbipgo is a village attached to the Donga-Mantung division , in the North-West region . Mbipgo is located north of the commune of Ndu, between the villages of Fuh and Mbawngong. is marked by two seasons and unimodal rainfall. During the dry season, from November to mid-March, rainfall is less; especially during the months of January and February when precipitation reaches values ​​close to zero. During the rainy season, rainfall sometimes exceeds 400  mm per month, especially in July, August and September. Annual rainfall ranges from 1,300 to 3,000  mm , with an average of 2,000  mm 4 . The village has 2 primary schools, CBC Mbipgo and GS Mbipgo. Mbipgo includes a care center, the Baptiste HP Mbipgo. Two rural roads pass through Mbipgo; the first connects Ndu, Mbarseh, Fuh and Mbot; the second connects Mbipgo to the villages of Fuh, Mbongong and Ntayi.

Njifah (or Njilah, Njila) is a village in Cameroon located in the center zone of Ndu . It is attached to the Donga-Mantung division, in the North-West region . Njifah is located in the center of Ndu commune, between the villages of Wowo, Mangu and Njitop. The village has two primary schools: GS Njilah and IPS Ntantala 10 . There is also a secondary school, the GSS Njilah. The Njilah forest is home to many birds such as the golden turaco as well as other rare species, endemic to the region.

Wowo  is located in the center of Ndu commune, between the villages of Mangu and Njifah. The village of Wowo has two primary schools, CBC Wowo and GS Wowo. The village includes a health center, the health post of Wowo.

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