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Business in Bamenda, Mezam, Cameroon

Foreign Trade in Bamenda (Mezam): Cameroon (North-West) Tikar and Nguemba

Bamenda (or Abakwa or Mankon Town) is the capital of the North-West region of Cameroon (Central Africa)

  1. Population of Bamenda: 2 million inhabitants (the third largest Cameroonian city)
  2. The leading industries in Bamenda are agricultural product transformation (coffee, basic foods), handicrafts, education, tourism, construction work and transport.
  3. Main ethnic group of Bamenda are Tikar and Nguemba
  4. Bamenda is an Anglophone city
    1. Cameroonian Pidgin English is the most spoken language by the population
  5. Bamenda Airport
  6. The seven villages of Bamenda are Bandzah, Chomba, Mankon, Mendakwe, Nkwen, Mbatu and Nsongwa
  7. Movement for the Independence of Bamenda in Cameroon (National Council of South Cameroon)

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  1. Cameroonian Region: North-West (capital)
  2. Cameroonian Department: Mezam
  3. Elevation of Bamenda: 1.614 metres
  4. XIX century: colonisation by Germans of Bamenda
  5. 1918: Nigerian administration (British Protectorate until 1961)
  6. Places of interest: Palace Mankon Fon and Palace of Bali Fon

North-West region of Cameroon

  1. Bamenda is the capital of the North-West region of Cameroon
  2. Population of the North-West region of Cameroon: 1.8 million inhabitants
    1. 1987: 1.2 million
  3. Population density of the North-West region: 99.12 inhabitants per square kilometre
  4. Area of the North-West region of Cameroon: 17,812 kilometres
  5. The main ethnicities of the North-West of Cameroon are the groups of origin Tikar: Tikari, Widikum, Fulani (Fula) and Moghamo
  6. The North-West region of Cameroon is Anglophone
  7. The local languages are Mungaka and Limbum

Contiguous Cameroonian regions: South-West, North-West and Adamawa.

Border of the North-West region with Nigeria (Taraba).

Departments of the North-West region of Cameroon (capital):

  1. Boyo (Fundong)
  2. Bui (Kumbo)
  3. Donga-Mantung (Nkambé)
  4. Menchum (Wum)
  5. Mezam (Bamenda)
  6. Momo (Mbengwi)
  7. Ngo-Ketunjia (Ndop)

Mezam department (Cameroon)

  1. Mezam Department is in the North-West region of Cameroon.
  2. The capital of the Mezam department is Bamenda
  3. Population of the Mezam department: 465,000 inhabitants

Transport and Logistics in Bamenda (Cameroon)

Bamenda Airport

Bamenda has links by Road to Yaoundé and Douala

Port of Douala (Cameroon). Access to the Central African Republic and Chad

Distances from Bamenda to:

  1. Douala: 383 kilometres
  2. Yaoundé: 366 kilometres
  3. Garoua: 913 kilometres
  4. Marua: 1,118 kilometres (20 hours)
  5. Bafoussam: 77 kilometres (2.30 hours)
  6. Ngaoundéré: 645 kilometres (12 hours)

Higher Education in Bamenda (Cameroon)

  1. Bamenda University
  2. Bamenda University of Science and Technology (BUST)

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