Lomami is one of the 21 new provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo created in the 2015 repartitioning. Lomami, Kasaï-Oriental, and Sankuru provinces are the result of the dismemberment of the former Kasaï-Oriental province. Lomami was formed from the Kabinda district and the independently administered city of Mwene-Ditu. The town of Kabinda was elevated to capital city of the new province.
|Province de Lomami|
|Country||Democratic Republic of the Congo|
|Named for||Lomami River|
|Largest city||Mwene Ditu|
|• Governor||Sylvain Lubamba Mayombo|
|• Total||56,426 km2 (21,786 sq mi)|
|• Density||36/km2 (94/sq mi)|
|Time zone||UTC+02:00 (CAT)|
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