Cameroon has banned the exportation of cereals, including millet and corn, to Nigeria as a meals safety measure after a manufacturing drop.
Cameroon blamed the continued menace from Boko Haram terrorists because the trigger of the lower in meals manufacturing on its northern border.
Damian Kinkoh of the meals management unit of Cameroon’s Trade Ministry says about 6,000 metric tons of corn, millet and rice have been intercepted whereas being transported to Nigeria. Kinkoh says the ministry will return the cereals when the house owners commit to solely promote the corn, rice and millet in Cameroon and not to Nigeria.
“We see these goods, we seize them and bring them here. It has been fruitful. We have about 2,000 bags of rice,” stated Kinkoh. “We are in Maroua and then in Ngaoundere. So, you go to our warehouses, our warehouses are full.” Read on through the link