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The National Day is celebrated on 20th May of every year in Cameroon. 20 of May is a date chosen by the Cameroonian Government as Cameroon's National Day to commemorate the abolishment of the federal system of government and creation of a unitary state in 1972. This day they celebrate strong police presence in Douala during today’s parades, “as if Cameroon is under a disguised state of emergency. The United Nations Trust Territory known as French Cameroun achieved independence from France on 1 January 1960, and British Southern Cameroons changed status from a Trusteeship under British administration to a federated state within Cameroon on 1 October 1961. Every year Cameroonians are all over the world come together to celebrate with pride. On the 20th of May meanwhile, the Embassy will be closed and every Cameroonian will in his or her way, be joining the Nation to commemorate this day. The government officials and other high profile quests in commemoration of the Cameroon celebrates National Day.
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