Chede establishes a presence in the Bakassi Peninsula of Cameroon

Once a conflict zone claimed in the past decade by both Cameroon and Nigeria, the Bakassi Pensinsula is now fully Cameroonian following the judgment of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) of 10 October 2002, which recognized full Cameroonian sovereignty over the disputed territory, and the Greentree Agreement of 12 October 2006 by which . . . → Read More: Chede establishes a presence in the Bakassi Peninsula of Cameroon