Business › Other sectors

Cameroon: Construction of 14 automated toll gates to start soon

The construction of 14 automated toll gates along major highways in Cameroon is expected to kick off soon. This follows the laying of the foundation stone on Thursday, December 10 at the Mbankomo toll gate in Yaounde by the Minister of Public Works Emmanuel Nganou Djoumessi.

The 14 toll gates involved are ; Nsimalen (Yaoundé-Mbalmayo); Mbankomo (Yaoundé-Mbankomo); Tiko (Douala-Mutenguene); Edea (Douala-Edea); Boumnyebel (Edea-Boumnyebel); Nkometou (Yaoundé-Obala); Bayangam (Bangangte-Bafoussam); Bafia (Obala-Bafia); Mbanga (Douala-Mbanga); Manjo (Mbanga-Manjo); Banja (Bafang-Bafoussam); Matazem (Bafoussam-Bamenda); Foumbot (Bafoussam-Foumbot) and Dschang (Dschang-Bamougoum).

The project worth FCFA 34,752 billion and was finalised on May 18, 2020 between the government of Cameroon and the contruction companies Razel BEC and Egis Project SA.

mm Published on 01.08.2022

Mankon Museum

The Mankon Museum is an art and cultural museum located in Mankon Bamenda. The museum was inaugurated in 2006, and is situated at the entrance…


Subscribe to Journal du Cameroun newsletter and receive all news stories free of charge

Back top