Cameroon is a small country in Central and Western Africa. The majority of the citizens live in poverty-stricken rural areas. Due to neglect of the roads, the citizens have little hope of improving their economic plight. The government has not made wise decisions.
What I see here is a catch 22. There are few roads. There is little money invested in roads and less money for upkeep. The state of the roads causes damage to vehicles. The economy cannot sustain itself without commerce. Commerce is impossible without transportation, which is impossible without vehicles that run, roads that are drivable, hence a catch 22.
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