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Cameroon is often called a ‘miniature Africa’, simply because, simply because of its geographical, climatic and cultural diversity. This country is home to more than 200 ethnic groups, with English and French as the main languages spoken here. In the 19th century, Cameroon became a German colony but was divided between France and England after the First World War. However in 1961 the country gained its independence from colonial forces, and in 1984, was named the Republic of Cameroon. The political and social stability enjoyed by people in this country, has allowed industries and other developments to take place.