Monday, 29 December 2014

Latest News: Cameroonian Soldiers goes after Nigerians in Cameroon...

The Cameroonian military has started going after Nigerians in the Bakassi peninsula suspected of evading taxes.
According to a fresh fish retailer, Na Eric, ever since Cameroon gained sovereignty over the peninsula, Nigerians in Bakassi have frequently been harassed by Cameroonian soldiers.

Cameroon gained total control of the peninsula in August 2013, though most inhabitants in the oil-rich area are Nigerians.

A provisions store owner in the area, Stanley Obi said they don’t understand Cameroon’s tax laws as he has seen an array of people seeking payments.

He added that a curfew was imposed on the peninsula last week following disputes between businessmen and groups of tax collectors.

Details on Leadership.

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