Travel to Bamenda: Passengers Stranded! Seeking options to reach home

Most travel agencies based in Bamenda on the 18th of September 2023 heed to the call of separatist fighters suspending some of them, this has made traveling a daunting task for many making attempts to reach Bamenda, Northwest region of Cameroon. 

While other passengers said they would wait for Bamenda based traveling agencies to resume activities, some engage in more cost. Taking several stops, traveling with private cars in order to make it to Bamenda. 

In Yaounde, travelers heading to Bamenda could be seen boarding vehicles to baffousam, some to Bamougoum junction and some to Mbouda. These locations had other vehicles for them to board so as to be able to arrive Bamenda. 

On arrival at Bamougoum precisely at popular site park, one could see an influx of passengers due to the increase in passengers. The transport fare rose from 2000frs to 3000frs and some passengers told civiclens that the price went back to 2500frs at 7 am.

A good number of schools will be opening their doors for the first time this academic year on the 19th of September 2023. The question of what happens to students traveling back to Bamenda for school resumption, remains a think thank for families; Parents and Guardians. 

Bamenjo Petronila examing the state of travel efforts made by people going to Bamenda 


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