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Bakassi: FG, Cameroon dispatch N2.3bn to UN for limit outline

Federal Government and Republic of Cameroon have dispatched N2.3bn ($6 million) to the United Nations headquarters for the boundary of the worldwide limits between the two nations.

The cash was paid to the Trust Fund account on the Nigeria-Cameroon Limit Division in regard of the 2,000km stretch from the Lake Chad locale in the North to the Bakassi Landmass in the South and the sea limit in the Inlet of Guinea.

The acting Director-General of the National Boundary Commission, Adamu Adaji, who revealed this in an announcement in Abuja on Monday, likewise excused reports that the country wanted to surrender 24 nearby government zones to another country to be known as Ambazonia.

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There has been a report that Nigeria and Cameroon would give some portion of their regions to shape the new state recognized as Ambazonia or UNO State being made by the Unified Countries.

However, Adaji depicted the report as bogus, expressing that the country’s regional limits were holy and not agreeable “to any type of change, modification or alteration as it is intended to exist as one unbreakable country.”

Giving a report on the Cameroon-Nigeria worldwide limit debate which was settled by the Global Official courtroom on October 10, 2002, the NBC executive said that the different sub-commissions and advisory groups had finished their assignments aside from the sub-commission on outline.

The statement read, “The Sub-commission on demarcation has constructed a total of 1,344 international boundary pillars along the Nigeria-Cameroon boundary between 2009 to date. There are approximately 1,354 remaining pillars to be built.

“President Muhammadu Buhari and President Paul Biya of Cameroon have affirmed and dispatched $6m to the Trust Store Record on the Nigeria-Cameroon Limit Boundary domiciled with the UN Central command in New York to additionally bolster the continuation of the division”

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