Facts On Cameroon
Cameroon is a country in Africa, towards central west. The countries that border it
are Nigeria, Chad, Central African Republic, Equatorial Guinea, Republic of the Congo, and Gabon. The state
capital is Yaoundé and the largest city is Douala. The languages commonly used are French and English. Cameroon
is a Republic government, and the President is Paul Biya, and Prime Minister is Ephraïm Inoni. They are high classes
and are the two leaders of Cameroon. It became owned by many countries such as Germany in 1884, but then it got
separated into two between Britain and France. Cameroon became an independent state in the year 1960 from France
and the United Kingdom, and had it's first President, Ahmadou Ahidjo. Later on, the south part of the state combined
with the northern part which became the Federal Republic of Cameroon. Eleven years later (1972), Federal Republic of
Cameroon was renamed into United Republic of Cameroon. It is a Anglophone community, which means people with different
backgrounds and cultures live here. There are Cameroonians who can speak different languages and adapted to the state.
A common Anglophonic language is English. Education is taught in schools, but more boys attend it than girls because
of their cultural backgrounds, many duties, chores,
or early marriage and pregnancies. There are less than ten colleges
for students to participate in, so not very many graduate. The state of Cameroon contributed to the world today, because
of the history that has happened there.