Cameroon, the first of the 17 African countries to gain independence in 1960, will mark its 60th anniversary on 1 January.
It may be a muted Independence Day in the central African nation. The nation is currently facing Boko Haram attacks in the far north and a violent separatist conflict in the English-speaking southwest.
Anthropologist and writer, Professor Charly Gabriel Mbock gives his view on the perceived colonial master’s continued control over the central African nation.
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