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Cameroon Demands More Areas In Borno And Adamawa States.

The Republic of Cameroon has again asked Nigeria to disengage from Bakassi Peninsula and all the border communities around Lake Chad region along the Gulf of Guinea in Nigeria.

Cameroon made more demand at a closed door meeting with some top Nigeria leaders, the Cameroon insisted that it was high time the Nigerian Government compiled with the 2006 “Green Tree Agreement” and handed over the Bakassi Peninsula and some coastal communities in the country that stretched through the Gulf of Guinea, such state include Borno and Adamawa states.

On a secret meeting and negotiations held in one of the five –star hotels in FCT Abuja about a month ago, the five delegation from Cameroon and some stakeholders met with some officials of Nigeria government led by the Head of the International Boundary Department of (NBC) Nigeria Boundary Commission, Mallam Mustapha Ribadu, and some members of internal affairs and foreign counterparts in the country.

(The above picture is the Presidents of the two countries Camerron and Nigeria)

Despites several assurances made by Nigerian Government to get back to this medium while the inquiries lasted for almost 2 weeks as of now, the AGF’s aide did not responded to both the calls and messages forwarded to him.

News Source: Blueprint Newspaper (12, April 2021, Page 6)

Lastly I will like to call the attention of our leaders to please know the final solution, because if we continue to be giving them some part of our land then one day, they can even insist we should give them some states in Nigeria

Do you support our Government to accept the demand from Cameroon requesting for another form of land to be giving to them after the first one we gave them?

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Adamawa Borno Cameroon Mallam Mustapha Ribadu Nigeria


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