He played for the Cameroon national team after being discovered by Claude LeRoy just prior to the 1998 FIFA World Cup, and took part in three matches during that tournament. In the qualifying campaign for the 2002 FIFA World Cup he played three times but Ndo remained an unused substitute in the finals. However, he has not played for Cameroon since 2002, and has publicly expressed his unwillingness to come back. Ndo earned 21 caps while representing his country at senior level.
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