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Gabonese goods stuck in Cameroon after border closure following foiled military coup in Libreville

Gabonese goods stuck in Cameroon after border closure following foiled military coup in Libreville
  • Comments   -   Wednesday, 09 January 2019 13:55

(Business in Cameroon) - Trucks carrying foodstuffs to Gabon have been stationed for almost two days in the Cameroonian town of Kyé-ossi, local sources reported.

This situation follows the decision by the Gabonese authorities to close border with Cameroon after the failed coup on January 7 in Libreville, in the absence of President Ali Bongo, who is in convalescence in Morocco.

Let’s note that Kyé-ossi, in Cameroon’s southern region, is the main trade hub between Gabon and Equatorial Guinea, through the Abang Minko border market.

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