Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Kumbo, also known as Kimbo, is the second-largest city in the North West Province of Cameroon and the capital of Bui Département. It lies about 2000m above sea level and is situated approximately 110km away from Bamenda, on the Bamenda Highlands Ring Road. Kumbo has a population of 80,212 and is split into three distinctive hilly settlements of Tobin, Mbveh, and Squares. The town is known for horse racing and traditional medicine, and also for its palace, a market and two hospitals. Kumbo is the capital city of the Nso Kingdom of the Nso people. The lingua franca is Lamnso but Pidgin, English, French, Oku, Djottin, Fulfulde, and Hausa are spoken.