Cameroon Republic Day is celebrated on May 20 every year.
The holiday is also known as Cameroon National Day or Cameron Unity Day. On this date in 1972, President Ahmadou Ahidjo established a unitary state by abolishing the federal system of government. The day is a public holiday in Cameroon but is nevertheless widely celebrated. The attractions of the day, however, are the military and civilian parades, as well as a Presidential speech. On this day, schools and businesses remain closed so that everyone can take part in the festivities. READ MORE about the history of Cameroon.
Happy Cameroon Republic Day to the citizens of Cameroon!