Founded between 1836 and 1839 by the Chief Vollarbé Ndjobdi Ardo (Ardo means chief), the Ngaoundere lamidat is located in the center of the town of Ngaoundere in the Adamawa Region. Inside the chiefdom we find traditional huts characterized by a specific architecture from Mboum culture. You can see several traditional houses, including that of the Queen Mother, those of other wives and the traditional court. There is also a museum that you can visit.
The Lamido, of Foulbe origin, is elected for life among the members of the ruling family. He is both a political and a religious leader…

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