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Bamenda

 

city in western Cameroon (West Cameroon), on the Bamenda plateau. Administrative center of the Northwestern Province. Population, about 40,000. Trade center of the agricultural region (livestock-raising; millet, tea, and other crops). Tea factory, processing of hides (zebu and others).

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Bamenda, Cameroon, Jumada II 13, 1433, May 04, 2012, SPA -- Muslims at Babenki in the vicinity of Bamenda, capital of the English-speaking regions in Cameroon, today performed Friday (Jumaa) prayers at King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Islamic Mosque in Babenki which has been established at the expense of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.
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978 million), Garoua (519,000), Maroua (486,000), Bafoussam (348,000), Bamenda (486,000), Loum (221,000), and Ngaoundere (283,000).
Other elites interviewed are: Augustine Ndangam who is the Vice President of Southern Cameroon People's Organization (SCAPO), and Nicolas Ade Ngwa who is the Regional Secretary General for the Social Democratic Front (SDF) party in Bamenda.
Southern perspective on sport-in-development: A case study of football in Bamenda, Cameroon.
In Cameroon, where malaria remains the primary cause of illness and death, supporters held parades to draw attention to the cause in Yaounde, Garoua, Douala, and Bamenda.
Understanding the links between conservation and development in the Bamenda Highlands, Cameroon.
As with the youth, the role of the armed forces in consolidating the country's independence and reunification has also been acknowledged; in such a capacity, President Biya visited Bamenda in the Anglophone Northwest Region to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the founding of the Armed Forces and pay homage to their role in promoting the country's independence and reunification.
This cross sectional study was carried out among townships within the Ndu subdivision of the Northwest Province of Cameroon, an anglophone region lying 300km from the capital city, Yaounde, and 100 km north of Bamenda (see Figure 2).
I don't know, they are supposed to be in Bamenda but I hear they are publishing from America--Langaa Press.
Steve's new role will be as a fundraiser for a HIV and AIDS awareness organisation in Bamenda, Cameroon.
D'autre part, les langues vehiculaires, en l'occurrence lepidgin dans le Grand Ouest du Cameroun (Buea, Kumba, Mbanga, Nkongsamba, Bafoussam, Dschang, Bamenda.