N’Djamena [nd ʒ a mena] until 1973 Fort-Lamy [f ɔ ː rla mi], capital of the Republic of Chad, Africa, in a dusty bush steppe on the steep right bank of the Chari opposite the mouth of the Logone, has (2009) around 1 million residents (1.5 million residents in the metropolitan region);
Seat of a Catholic archbishop; University (since 1971), administrative college, food industry, cotton processing, oil and grain mills, sugar and perfume factories, brewery, construction of radio sets; international Airport.
N’Djamena was founded as Fort-Lamy in 1900, immediately after the French colonial conquest.
- Abbreviation: NDJ
- Country: Chad
List of N’Djamena Acronyms
The most commonly used abbreviations for N’Djamena is NDJ which stands for N’Djamena. In the following table, you can see all acronyms related to N’Djamena, including abbreviations for airport, city, school, port, government, and etc.
|N’Djamena||NDJ||N Djamena, Chad – N’djamena|