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Ahead of elections, Cameroonian coffee seller says he wants change


Thirty-one-year old Souleman Nsangou sells coffee in the bustling streets of Cameroon’s economic capital, Douala.

Nsangou comes from Foumban, a city in the north west known as the epicenter of coffee production in the country.

Cameroon, one of central Africa’s largest economies, produces around 20,000 tonnes of coffee a year but only about 10 percent of the coffee is sold on the local market.

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