A country that has assets but does not use them enough
Cameroon is a country in Central and West Africa located in the Gulf of Guinea. It shares borders with Nigeria to the west, Chad to the north, the Central African Republic to the east, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea and Congo to the south. Former German colony, Cameroon was then placed under half United Kingdom (West), and France (East, North and South) and is now a member of the International Organization of La Francophonie, as well as the British Commonwealth. Packed with natural resources, including wood and oil, it remains a very poor country. Indeed, its resources are not used fully and especially the revenues do not benefit the entire population. The authorities are corrupt and the democracy of facade hides badly a dictatorship which prevents any contestation by the force.