Bomu

Bomu (bōˈmō) [key], river, c.500 mi (800 km) long, rising in NE Congo (Kinshasa) and flowing generally westward. It forms part of the Congo–Central African Republic border. The Bomu merges with the Uele to form the Ubangi, a tributary of the Congo.

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