Bangangté

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Bangangté
Bangangté is located in Cameroon
Bangangté
Bangangté
Location in Cameroon
Coordinates: 5°15′N 10°50′E / 5.250°N 10.833°E / 5.250; 10.833
Country Flag of Cameroon.svg Cameroon
Region West Region
Division Ndé
Elevation 1,350 m (4,430 ft)
Population (2012)
 • Total 29,584

Bangangté is a town and commune in Cameroon. It is the capital of the Ndé division of West Region. The town is primarily inhabited by the people of the Bamileke (Bamiléké) tribe.

It is home to the Université des Montagnes,a small private university focusing on health and technology programs, and the birthplace of retired Army Captain Timothe Yabit, Business Man Claude le Parisien, Insurance Broker Joseph Feumba, Bank Leumi executive Dr. John Chato and Health Care Provider Bertine Yabit Same Etame of Los Angeles, RN Jeanette Chimi and CPA Eugenie Antonelli of Orange County, California.

Transportation[edit]

Bus agencies to and from Bafoussam, Douala and Yaoundé have busses that leave several times per day.

Market[edit]

Marché A in Bangangté, Cameroon

There are two main markets in Bangangté: Marché A and B. Marché A is located in the center of the town and is open seven days a week and sells a variety of fresh produce, clothing, basic hardware supplies and electronics.

Marché B is located in a neighborhood south of the town center and is open Wednesdays and Saturdays. It generally has the same types of goods as Marché A, but many more vendors so prices may be lower.

Coordinates: 5°15′N 10°50′E / 5.250°N 10.833°E / 5.250; 10.833