President Muhammadu Buhari will visit Cameroon after Ramadan, Cameroon Concord intelligence officers in Yaounde have revealed. The Buhari visit shall take place immediately after that of French president, Francois Hollande. After his electoral victory, the former Nigerian dictator now in civilian clothing, began a tour to thank his country's allies in the fight for the eradication of the Nigerian Islamic sect, Boko Haram.
The menu of the visit by the Nigerian leader to Cameroon will include the fight against Boko Haram, the economic relations between the two countries, and the materialization of the Cameroon-Nigeria border, after Bakassi conflict, which ended with a victory for Cameroon at the international court. Cameroon and Nigeria share a 1,700 km of borders (land and sea), and have historical relations, sometimes stormy and tense. Approximately 5 million Nigerians are living in Cameroon.