Cameroon ✨ By audrina Henry

Politics : The government type of Cameroon was described as a republic and divided into ten administrative divisions, which can indicative to the provinces of Cameroon. Basically the political situation of Cameroon has a long typing history within its 48 years of Independence from France and Britain. With this new independence Ahmadou Ahidjo, a Muslim from the North Province of Cameroon became the president of the Republic of Cameroon. One area of main importance of Cameroon politics is that they claim to have an advanced democracy boasting a majority of parties, whihc they claim make them far superior

City of Cameroon

Economics : Cameroon economy is some what flexible towards the security and humanitarian crises at the country's northern and eastern borders. In 2016 the Economic Score (54.2) at least up to 2.3 points. The public sector dominates in whole economic environment. Cameroon is at risk meddling the secretive sector that remains high in the country's uncertain economic environment. The president, Paul Biya, and his ruling party, will continue to dominate political life. 2017 and 2018 the GDP should go up at least by 1.3 or 2.3.


Religion : Cameroon culture consists multiple religions just like the United States such as Christianity (69%) and Islam (21%) and many different religions. Therefore, Cameroon has an extremely heterogeneous population, consisting over 250 ethnic groups.

Social Structure: Cameroon has distinct regional cultural, religious, and political traditions as well as ethnic variety. Most of these traditions have patrilineal or dual descent kinship systems, although some groups, such as the Kom, are matrilineal. Housing styles differ by class, in both urban and rural areas. Usually the wealthiest people have flower gardens and interior furnishings such as upholstered furniture and armories. The poorest people live in mud houses with thatched iron rods, and furnished with stools beds made of local materials.

Industry : The oil industry is small compared to many other countries. However, oil exports are crucial for the economy. Natural gas is also becoming important. As well as diamonds, the country has deposits of aluminium, cobalt, nickel, manganedem iron ore and rutile.


Arts/Entertainment : Music and dance are integral parts of the Cameroonian culture. There is a chorus baking up a soloist, accompanied by traditional instruments like bells, drums, flutes, horns, rattles, scrapers, and etc. Traditional arts and crafts are found to be prevalent all over the country for commercial decorative and religious purposes.


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