including border land outposts of Nigerian Immigration Services (NIS) in the Northeast sub-region of country, Cameroon has closed its borders with Nigeria and suspended all flights to and from Nigeria.
(BBC) monitored in Maiduguri, the spokesman of Cameroon Foreign Affairs, Chiroumma Boukkari said the decision to close the borders with Nigeria has become inevitable, because of the fears of the Ebola that spreads like wild fire in the West African sub-region.
Cameroonian citizens living within and outside from contracting ebola, as Nigeria, our main trading partner
in Africa had been facing since July 20, 2014 when Patrick Sawyer sneaked into the country aboard a flight with the deadly virus.”
Saturday by the foreign office here in Ngaudore,” said Boukkari.