King Ibrahim Mbouombouo Njoya (Bamum: ꚩꚫꛑꚩꚳ ꚳ꛰ꛀꚧꚩꛂ, Iparəim Nʃuɔiya, formerly spelled in Bamum as , and Germanicized as Njoja) c. 1860 – c. 1933 in Yaoundé, was seventeenth in a long dynasty of kings that ruled over Bamum and its people in western Cameroon dating back to the fourteenth century. He succeeded his father Nsangu, and ruled from 1886 or 1887 until his death in 1933, when he was succeeded by his son, Seidou Njimoluh Njoya. He ruled from the ancient walled city of Fumban.
Njoya, Ibrahim (swedish)
HRH Sultan Ibrahim Njoya, född 1860, död juni 1933, den 17:e sultanen av Bamoun 1889-1931. Han konverterade till Islam 1897. Han fick över 150 barn.