Black Volta is a river of western Africa rising in western Burkina Faso and flowing about 1,352 km (840 mi) to the White Volta in Ghana. ...more on Wikipedia about "Black Volta"
The Komoé River is a river in west Africa. The river originates in Burkina Faso, forms the border between Burkina Faso and Côte d'Ivoire, then enters Côte d'Ivoire to empty into the Gulf of Guinea. The river is approximately 759 km long. ...more on Wikipedia about "Komoé River"
The Oti River is a river in West Africa. The river originates in Burkina Faso, it is for a time the Benin - Togo border and the Togo - Ghana, and emptys into Lake Volta. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oti River"
The Red Volta is a river in Burkina Faso. The river originates near Ouagadougou and flows about 320 km to join the White Volta. ...more on Wikipedia about "Red Volta"
The Volta is a river in central and western Africa that drains into the Gulf of Guinea. It is divided into the Black Volta, the White Volta and the Red Volta. The river gave its name to Upper Volta before that country was renamed Burkina Faso in 1984. ...more on Wikipedia about "Volta River"
The White Volta, also known as the Nakambe River, is the headstream of the Volta River in West Africa. It flows into Lake Volta in Ghana and is flown by Red Volta. ...more on Wikipedia about "White Volta"
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