The Northwest Fons


The Northwest Fons

This table provides a list of all the Fons of the Northwest Province of Cameroon.

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1
The Fon of Akum
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2
The Fon of Ambo
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3
The Fon of Angie
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4
The Fon of Anong
H.R.H. Fon Moses Agwenjang Timah |
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5
The Fon of Ashong
H.R.H. Fon C.M. Mbafor III.|
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6
The Fon of Awing|

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7
The Fon of Baba II


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8
The Fon of Babanki


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9
The Fon of Bafut
H.R.H. Fon Abumbi II
Since 1968
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10
The Fon of Bacham


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11
The Fon of Bali Nyonga


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12
The Fon of BaliKumbat
H.R.H. Fon Doh Gahnyami III
Since 2006
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13
The Fon of Batibo
H.R.H. Fon Tebo II R.A.M.
Since 2006
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14
The Fon of Bafanji


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15
The Fon of Bafut


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16
The Fon of Bambalang.
H.R.H. Fon Fosi Yakum Ntaw

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17
The Fon Babungo


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18
The Fon of Bamesing


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19
The Fon of Bangolan
H.R.H. Fon Chafah XI

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20
The Fon of Bessi
H.R.H. Fon Forkum Richardson

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21
The Fon of Bessom
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22
The Fon of Befang


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23
The Fon of Chomba
H.R.H. Fon Forbuzie II Martin Asanji
Tenure: since 1963
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24
The Fon of Efah
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25
The Fon of Eewen
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26
The Fon of Enyoh
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27
The Fon of Ewai
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28
The Fon of Guzang
H.R.H. Fon Mbah Nyamsih II|
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29
The Fon of Kedjom Keku
H.R.H. Fon Vubansi

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30
The Fon of Kom
H.R.H. Fon Vincent Yuh II

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31
The Fon of Kugwe


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32
The Fon of Kulabei
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33
The Fon of Kuruku


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34
The Fon of Mankon
H.R.H. Fon SAN Angwafor III|
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35
The Fon of Mbe


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36
The Fon of Mbengkok
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37
The Fon of Mbengwi


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38
The Fon of Menka


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39
The Fon of Mbengwi
H.R.H. Fon Thaddeus Njokum

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40
The Fon of Nkambe


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41
The Fon of Ngyen muwah
H.R.H. Fon teche Nje II

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42
The Fon of Nkwen.
H.R.H. Fon Ngufor III

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43
The Fon of Nso
H.R.H. Fon Sehm Mbinglo

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44
The Fon of Pinyin


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45
The Fon of Oku Fon
H.R.H. Fon Setieh II

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46
The Fon of Tabenken
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47
The Fon of Mbiame


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