Yaounde - The government of Cameroon has ordered the closure of its borders and the suspension of all flights to and from Nigeria, Vanguard reports.
The spokesman of Cameroon Foreign Affairs, Chiroumma Boukkari said the decision to shut the borders with Nigeria has become imperative, because of the fear of Ebola that is currently threatening the West African region.
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Cameroon has a border boundary of over 2 000 kilometres in Borno, Adamawa, Taraba and Cross Rivers states in the South-South sub-region of Nigeria.
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