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The educational system and legal practices derive from those of England.
The French-speaking region consists of the remaining eight provinces, where French is the lingua franca, the French school system is used, and the legal system is based on the statutory law of continental Europe. Tension between the two regions increased after the introduction of a multiparty political system in the 1990s.
The English-speaking region is divided into two cultural regions.
The Grassfields peoples of the Northwest Province consist of nearly one hundred chiefdoms each ruled by a divine king (fon) .
Since the jihad led by an Islamic cleric in 1804, the northern region has been culturally dominated by the Fulani.
Urban Fulani are renowned as clerics in the Sunni branch of Islam. An important subgroup are the Bororo'en, noted for the size of their cattle herds.
They are patrilineal, grow root crops and peanuts for their own consumption, and grow cocoa as a cash crop. The current president is Bulu, and many prominent authors are Beti.
Peoples in the East include the Maka and Gbaya, both with relatively egalitarian forms of social organization in which reciprocity is a key value.
Reaching the Cameroon coast near the modern port city of Douala around 1472, those explorers named the river Rio dos Camaroes ("River of Prawns") after the variety of crayfish they found there.The peoples of the Southwest province had less hierarchical systems of governance and social organization.The British appointed warrant chiefs to aid their colonial rule, and in many instances the population rallied behind those chiefs in the postcolonial period.Sultan Njoya, a man of unusual intellect, developed an original alphabet and wrote a history of his people and dynasty.A sense of a common national culture has been created through shared history, schooling, national holidays and symbols, and enthusiasm for soccer.