What state is Cameroon in?
Cameroon is not is a state. it is a country on the continent of Africa.
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The current President of Cameroon is His Excellency President Paul Biya . He assumed power as head of State of Cameroon on 6th November 1982. It was a peaceful volunteer transition upon the resignation of the then President of Cameroon, His Excellency President Ahmadou Ahidjo. Biya succeeded Pre…sident Ahmadou Babatoura Ahidjo, first President of Cameroon on 1982 November 6. The position of President in Cameroon is now elected every 7 years since the enactment of the 1996 Constitution (was originally 5 years in the 1972 constitution). The original 1996 Constitution of Cameroon enforces a two-term limit on presidents, but this was amended in 2008 by the National Assembly, which caused violent protests. As a result, Biya has continued to be elected president in each election, although the position is more similar to that of a dictator. Learn more about the President of Cameroon using the links below. ( Full Answer )
Answer . A country in west Africa known for its football team the largest cities in Cameroon are Douala, Yaounde, garoua and kousseri .
Cameroon shares borders with the Central African Republic, Chad, Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and Nigeria.
Cameroon is around 475,000 squared kilometers. Which is slightly bigger than Sweden but smaller than Spain.
No, Cameroon is a country in its own right, situated on the west coast of Africa
Africa. Cameroon is located in west Central Africa. It bordered by Nigeria,Chad, the Central African Republic, the Atlantic Ocean, Gabon,Equatorial Guinea, and the Republic of the Congo. It is sometimesreferred to as "Little Africa" because of its cultural andgeographical diversity.
It is a tropical west African country. (As it was colonized by the French, a significant percentage of citizens speak French.)
Cameroon is located in the "bend" of eastern Africa, where the coastline changes from a general east-west orientation to a north-south one. It comprises roughly a tall triangle with the long point in the north, at Lake Chad. I should say "very roughly" because none of its borders are close to being …straight lines. It has a diverse geography. It's near the equator, about 6 degrees north, so its 250 miles of coastline is tropical. The port of Douala is on the Bight of Biafra, a bay opening to the Atlantic Ocean. The northern part of the country is semi-arid plateau bounded by Nigeria on the west and Chad on the east. The Central African Republic is also to the east just south of Chad. Cameroon's southern border has Equatorial Guinea to the west, then Gabon, and the Congo to the east. The eastern portion of the country is mountains and forests. The south is mainly coastal lowlands except for further east where there are tropical jungles and forests. Cameroon is a little smaller than Spain in area and has a population of about 19 million. ( Full Answer )
Inggbert humperdick 1. Ahmadou Ahidjo- first president of Cameroon 2. Paul Biya - second president and current 2010 president of Cameroon
Regardless of if you pay the right amount of taxes the cameroonian tax officials are the MOST CORRUPT In the whole thus there will still find a means to over charge your tax rate or come up with fictitious claims that you are under taxed in that that they will want you negotiate directly with them a…nd also bribed them ok ...So be careful what ever it is that you want to do in cameroon ...Their taxes are outrageous due to the corrupt regime in power who is always of the country most of the time eating the peoples money ( Full Answer )
Yes there are. Air France, SNL Brussels, KLM, Air Maroc ... just to name a few. You make a stop over in Europe and or Africa.. I hope this is of some help!
We are known for our honesty, integrity and beautifal and welcoming cities. we pride in the beauty of our kindness towards one another and we take it to hearth the offense done to us and inovate on how to become a better and peaceful nation. One season of survivor took place in Gabon.
The principle waterways in Cameroon include the Niger, Benue, Sanaga, Nyong, MbÃ©rÃ© and Logone Rivers
There are many animals in Cameroon.It is almost like being at the zoo.There are lions,tigers,monkeys,elephants,armadillo and much more.
Cameroon people are christian as for course but then again it depends on the persons belief. so the answer is the persons religion could be anything depending on their belief.
According to the Britannica Concise Encyclopedia, the area of Cameroon in West Africa is 183,569 sq. miles (475,442 sq. km). For more information on Cameroon at Answers.com, see the Related Link.
Cameroon has four geographical regions. It is therefore veryaccurate to say that Cameroon has both a mountainous and flattopography.
To call Cameroon dial +237 as country code followed by an eight (8)digit call number of your party.
It's the name of a country (about the size of California) in Africa. It's kind of in the middle of the west coast, just south of Nigeria.
Cameroon, Africa has Bilateral relationships with: 1) People's Republic of China 2) Equatorial Guinea 3) France 4) Nigeria 5) Russia 6) United States, and 7) Canada Apart from the United Nations, Cameroon is very active in other multilateral organisations or global institutions such as the …Francophonie, the Commonwealth, the Organisation of Islamic Conference, The Group of 77 , the Non-Aligned Movement, the African Union and the Economic Community of Central African States. The only international disputes that Cameroon, Africa currently has are: 1) Delimitation of international boundaries in the vicinity of Lake Chad, the lack of which led to border incidents in the past, is complete and awaits ratification by Cameroon, Chad, Niger, and Nigeria; 2) Dispute with Nigeria over land and maritime boundaries around the Bakasi Peninsula and Lake Chad is currently before the ICJ, 3) As is a dispute with Equatorial Guinea over the exclusive maritime economic zone. 4) Cameroon also faces a complaint filed with the African Commission on Human Rights by the Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) and the Southern Cameroons Peoples Organisation (SCAPO) against the Government of the Republic of Cameroon, in which the complainants allege that the Republic of Cameroon is illegally occupying the territory of Southern Cameroons. The SCNC and SCAPO ultimately seek the independence of the territory of Southern Cameroons. As of 2008, both parties have submitted briefs and responded to the Human Rights Commissions' inquiries. A ruling by the African Commission on Human Rights is awaited ( Full Answer )
Is the Kresh Gbaya tribe in western bahr el Ghazal state South Sudan is the same gbaya in Cameroon CAR and Congo?
they are the same from the origin but with some change that happens to the gbaya of western bahr el ghazal which affect their language and as result of that it is difficult for gbaya of western Bahr El Ghazal to understand what said by Gbaya of Cameroon's.
Cameroon refers to the outer wraper leaf used in the making of some cigars. These leaves come from the Sumatron Black tobacco plant grown in Central Africa.
The climate varies according to the region. In the south, the dry season runs from November to February, the little rainy season from March to June and the big rains come between August and September. The average temperature is 79Â°F (26Â°C). The tropical coastal areas receive a lot of rain that… can reach in excess of 30ft (9m). In the north the rainy season is spread out from May to the end of September, but receives very little over the year and drought is a way of life in the far north. ( Full Answer )
the name comes from the Portuguese. but i believe, my country was founded bye the french,british and also the Germans onced all lived and owned cameroon.
A wide variety of natural features include beaches, deserts, a range of low mountains, rainforests, and savannas.
Cameroon is well known around the world for the fantastic football ability they put put to the world.Not forgetting, Cameroon is also known as the number one Peaceful Nation in Africa.Many thought the Bakasi Peninsula issue could had claimed many lives, but thanks to The Cameroon Head of State and T…he then Nigerian Head of State who took the case to ICJ to be looked upon..and was peacefully talked upon and today both countries enjoy peace with no major bloodshed recorded. ( Full Answer )
there are 2 seasons. the rainy and the dry season. the rainy season is wet and warm, while the dry season is dry, windy and cold. farming is usually done in the rainy season. it is a really awesome place.
YYYYYYYYYEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSS, Yes Yes Yes Cameroon is hot. I have been to Cameroon once so i know what i am talking about
Yes, Cameroon is one of the leading countries with so much richness still untapped. Cameroon is endowed with so much natural resources such as agricultural landscape, minerals and human capital.
There are so many different crops that are grown in Cameroon. Someof the popular crops include bananas, coffee, cotton, peanuts,rubber, kernels and so much more.
elephants, giraffes, monkeys, and antelope. Cameroon has three main rivers, the Benue, the Wouri, and the Sanaga.
I would say no, Cameroon isn't poor. However there are people whoaren't very well-off as is the case in many countries (developedand "third-world"). One of the main reasons for this "poverty"would be for the President or Dictator Paul Biya. This man has beenin office for almost 39 years. And when co…me election day hechanges the constitution so he can stay a little bit longer. He hassucceeded in becoming the richest man in Cameroon at the expense ofthe welfare of his people. ( Full Answer )
Some landmarks in Cameroon are Mt. Cameroon or Lake Nyos, if you want some geographic diversity.
since the name Cameroon,she have never had a king but actually president Paul biya had declared himself as the king of cameroon
this was because during the jihad wars in the nor then grassland,many natives who did not want to accept the Islam were forced to pay tributes to the Islamic leaders or to leave the land and settle else where E.G the Tikars who where forced to leave and settle in the mandara mountain where the jihad…s could not easily reach. ( Full Answer )
The FCFA is the money of Cameroon Africa. Beac is the central bank to these six central African states, with headquarter in Yaounde, Cameroon. The franc CFA takes parity to the Euro.
The name Cameroon is derived from the Portuguese word, CamarÃµes,meaning shrimp. When Portuguese sailor FernÃ£o do PÃ³ arrived in 1472at the Wouri river in Douala and discovered so many shrimp in theriver, he decided to call it "Rio Dos CamarÃµes" (River of shrimp). The Portuguese nasal vowe…l Ãµ sounds somewhat like "on" to Englishand German speakers, so it became Cameroon in English and Kamerun"in German. ( Full Answer )
Okay, lets see. I will give this one a try. Here are my main reasons for everyone to visit Cameroon: It a cheap vacation. As you will see, the most expensive part of the trip will be the flight ticket. Even with the US dollar this low the exchange rates are still very reasonable for a Cameroon vac…ation. If you know your way around a months vacation in Cameroon could be cheaper than your monthly USA bills. Great cultural and geographic diversity. Most vacation destinations are great and know for one feature, maybe the beaches or so. Cameroon is very diverse - in all sense of the word. Be it the traditional musics - makossa, bitkutsi, etc to the mixture of western and modern musics; landforms are plentiful; languages aside from the official French and English are over 200, deserts, rainforest, savannah; wildlife is abundant - only 50% of the surface area is inhabited. The list is endless (think of sports, foods, drinks, traditional dress) and all these in a surface area of less than 64 000 Sq. km. with over 250 unique tribes. Tourist attractions You just wouldn't have enough time to see it all. Great weather You can plan your vacation any time of the year. Yaounde, Buea, Limbe Kribi have very pleasant year weather conditions, almost constant at 70 - 75 F How did i do? Learn more Cameroon informations ( Full Answer )
Cameroon's main exports to Europe are mainly banana, rubber (part processed), cocoa, timber (part processed) and refined oil. Local farmers also produce large amounts of onion, tomatoes, carrots, beans and several other cash crops which are exported to neighbouring countries like Gabon, Congo and Ce…ntral Africa Republic. ( Full Answer )
Manu Dibango is a world renown Cameroon - born musician. His works was even plagiarized by Micheal Jackson, the King of pop. What of Albeit Roger Milla, the worlds best aged striker.
I Think the financial report for GUINNESS CAMEROON is to be reported by the financial Accountant .
Lake Nyos and Lake Monoun, Lake Oku, Lake Kuk, Lake Dissoni, Lake Barombi, Lake Njupi, Lake Soden, Lake Wum
The popularity of Cameroon can be measured by search queries in google.trends and the popularity in international media by marshallindex.com which is measuring how often the word is mentioned in media.
A chain of hills, plateaus and mountains, known as the Cameroon range extends from Mount Cameroon on the coast-Cameroon's highest point at (13,435 ft) almost to Lake Chad at Cameroon's northern border .
Christianity (40%) and ethnic religions (40%) are most common, but there is also Muslim (20%).
Samuel Eto'o. He's getting older though, and i dont know how long he'll be top scorer.
The current President of Cameroon is His Excellency President Paul Biya. He assumed power as head of State of Cameroon on 6th November 1982. It was a peaceful volunteer transition upon the resignation of the then President of Cameroon, His Excellency President Ahmadou Ahidjo. Learn more about the… President of Cameroon using the links below. ( Full Answer )
The Portugese passed in 1471, the Germans colonised in 1884. The English and French divided the country after the first word war
The country was first discovered by Portugese (from the European point of view) who didn't colonize it but traded with it. Germany claimed it and it remained German until after WWI, when France and Britain split it.
There are wars in almost every country near Cameroon, particularly in the north. It is natural that poor people look for shelter.