Cameroon gets $51 Million Loan from Development Bank, Opec Fund

The Development Bank of Central African States and the Opec Fund for International Development will lend Cameroon 25 billion CFA francs ($51 million) for a hydroelectric project and a road, the government said.

Of the amount, 20 billion francs will be allocated to the Lom Pangar Hydroelectric Project in the east of the country and 5 billion francs will be used to build a section of road between Sangmelima and Djoum in the south, according to statements published on the presidential website of the central African country today.

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