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Cameroon installs Two Thousand CCTV cameras to secure Yaounde

By Guardian Exclusive
05 September 2019   |   2:36 pm
Cameroon has opened a command centre to monitor Huawei-powered surveillance cameras it installed in Yaounde for the purpose of securing the country. The African country has installed 2,000 surveillance cameras in the country with 7,000 more to be installed in the near future.

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