What is the national currency of Cameroon?
Cameroon currency is the Central African Franc, XAF.
It takes 465 Cameroon Francs to spend the equivalent of $1 of US currency.
they use central African franc (CFA)
I am not sure what you want to know. Before independence, British currency was used in all the colonies and was the national currency. After independence, the continental congress coined money which was a national currency. People did not fully trust the new currency and British currency was used as well.
1) Which countries is the Republic of Cameroon bordered by? A) Nigeria - to the West, Chad - to the NorthEast, the CAE (Central African Republic) - East, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and ROC (Republic of Congo) - to the South. 2) What are the official languages spoken in the Republic of Cameroon? A) French and English, however many different languages are also spoken in every day life, as it is very culturally rich. Questions about…