Biya orders $82,000 released for Cameroonians in China

  The EastAfrican  | Cameroon’s President Paul Biya on Thursday ordered the state to urgently disburse FCFA 50 million ($82,306) for the upkeep of Cameroonians in China following the coronavirus outbreak. About 300 Cameroonians are in Hubei province, 200 of whom are in its capital Wuhan, the epicentre of the Covid-19 virus epidemic. This will enable the…

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How Cameroon Plans to Save Disappearing Languages

  YAOUNDE VOA  | Cameroon is commemorating International Mother Language Day, February 21, by launching what it calls an ambitious program to save its endangered national languages. The central African state has over 260 national languages, but only 40 are taught in schools. Cameroonians speak mostly French and English, which are foreign but official languages and part of…

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