President Biya of Cameroon
Cameroon has losed 9 places in Legatum Institute ranking of most prosperous countries in Africa.
According to London-based think tank Legatum Institute,Which base its ranking on more than 90 criteria grouped in eight categories: economy, business environment, governance, education, health, security, personal freedom and social capital,Cameroon is rancked 27th of the most prosperous country in Africa (out of 45 countries) and the 127th in the world ,in this years ranking published by the Legatum Institute Prosperity Index on 3 November 2016 .
Cameroon is outranked by small countries such as Djibouti (16th) or Togo, who grabbed the spot just ahead of Cameroon; Côte d’Ivoire (23rd) and Sierra Leone (25th)Gabon (21).
The country loses 9 spots in the African ranking compared to last year’s edition issued on 1 June, and in which Cameroon was 18th and ranked sixth Within the Central African Economic and Monetary Community (CEMAC), which is made up of six States.
According to this report, Mauritius is the most prosperous country in Africa, South Africa, droped to 2nd spot,followed by Botswana in this ranking.
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