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Abafum is a village in the Ako commune of the Donga-Mantung division in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. It is also the seat of a 2nd degree traditional chiefdom. North-West’s capital Bamenda (Bamenda) is approximately 117 km / 73 mi away from Abafum. The distance from Abafum to Cameroon’s capital Yaounde (Yaoundé) is approximately 356 km / 221 mi.

In 1970, 355 villagers lived in Abafum, mostly Mbembe. According to the 2005 census, the village had 1,746 inhabitants, including 856 men and 890 women. Abafum is one of 18 border villages where Mbembe Tigon is spoken, a Jukunoïd language.

Abafum is located about 20 kilometers from the border with Nigeria. It is a relatively remote village, with limited access to roads and other infrastructure. However, the village has a primary school, a health center, and a market.

The main economic activities in Abafum are agriculture and fishing. The villagers grow a variety of crops, including cassava, yams, plantains, and maize. They also raise livestock, such as cattle, goats, and sheep. Fishing is done in the nearby rivers and streams.

Abafum is a peaceful and welcoming village. The villagers are known for their hospitality and their strong sense of community. The village is also home to a number of cultural attractions, including traditional dances, songs, and stories.

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