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AGREEMENT BE.

"l'WEE:N THE UNITED KINGDOM


AND GERMANY R{;SPEC11JiG (1) THE SETTLEMENT
Of THE rRONTR lILTWN NIGERIl\ AND THE' CAMEROONS.
FROM VOLA TO THE SEA, AND (2) Tm: IUX;ULATION
or NAVIGATION ON THE CROSS RJVER
Sign..d 1'/ Lcndon. Ml'rch IL 1913.
The Government of His Dritnnnic Majcsty and the Imperial German
G<wemmCllt being desirous of arriving at an Agreement rcspccting (l)
the of the fronlier bclween Nigeria and Ihe Came[oon<, from
Yola 10 th" """. and (2) the 1'Cgulation of navigation 00 the Cross River:
The unden:igncd. duly nuthorlsed by thei. respective Go"ernmenU,
have agl'ccd as fonov.s:_
(1.1 Sell/enzem of the Frontier bell4'e1!7l Nigeria and the Cl'm".oons trom
Yola 10 the Sea.
1. The boundary sUlns al Il poim a quarter of a mile (4 k,Iom./ north.
of bounclan pillar 11 "long the prolongation of the nraight line
joininlt boundal)' pillars 16 and li
2, From this point the boundllry runs in Il stn.id\t linc, as shawn in
red on the rn:tp (sheet5 1 and 2l, signed b,. the Gennan and British
at wodon on October 6, 1909, until it roIS Il:e thalweg 0( the
Main M'Buio (Mao Bulot "t Il point about h.alf " mile (i5 .k.ilom.) wesl
of GiJ.nfada (Gllngfada).
3. The boW1d/lry now runs alonl! Ihe thalwq: 01 the Maio M'Bulo
(Mao nulo) until it a poinl about a mile and li. haIf (24 kilom.)
east of Tibak (Ganbc), woon it follows its southem tributary, as shown
On the nfot'Csaid map (sheel 2),
4. Fmm the .southem tributa,'Y the boundary ruus
in ;) slrail/.hl tine 10 the top of a hill called Dakka (Wori). From Dakka
(Won) tho boundary l'uns about soutJl.soutbwest in Il stralght line for a
distance <;lf about a mile and a quater (2 kilom.). when it joins one of the
tribl"lIries of the Maio !Cam (Mao Kam), as shawn on the aforesaid
map (sheel 2).