By Adebayo Adeolu
The usa is the one superpower that confirmed any curiosity in developing army bases in Africa, in particular within the Bakassi zone in Africa. The flow used to be now not welcome in Europe as the Bakassi was once a strategic area positioned in Nigeria thatwas a forbidden area for any superpower to occupy. in keeping with this encroachment by means of the us, the realm courtroom within the Hague, in a debatable choice, ceded the territory to Cameroon—thus finishing the Cameroon as opposed to Nigeria dispute over the Bakassi peninsula zone. This determination successfully and intentionally stored the USA out of the zone, however it additionally disadvantaged Nigeria of a zone that had belonged to it for centuries—from sooner than even the Europeans arrived in Africa.
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Fraud at the Hague-Bakassi: Why Nigeria’s Bakassi Territory Was Ceded to Cameroon by Adebayo Adeolu