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Abong-Mbang is a town and commune in the East Region of Cameroon. The town is headed by a mayor. They encountered Pygmy hunter-gatherers and requested their aid as guides through the region. Some of the migrants settled in the vicinity, which they called Bung-Ngwang "bathing area in the Nyong River".
When Europeans arrived in the 19th century, this name was changed to Abong-Mbang. Some migrants continued westward in search of salt; they became the Kwassio and Bakola of Cameroon's coast. They used the Nyong River as a means to reach the wild rubber growing farther inland. The fort is today a prefectural prison, and the other buildings serve similar administrative functions. Abong-Mbang is the main settlement of the Maka people , a group who speak a Bantu language of the same name.
Shifting cultivation with no fertiliser is the primary method of agriculture. Since colonial times, the government has attempted to better integrate this group into Cameroonian society. The church estimates that Since Francophone Cameroun's independence in , Abong-Mbang has become an important centre of commerce for the East Province. On 17 September , violent protests against the cuts ended with two protesters dead and 10 others seriously injured. Abong-Mbang lies on the South Cameroon Plateau , approximately metres above sea level.
In some areas, the forests are further degraded and home to other forms of vegetation. The Abong-Mbang Forest Reserve is north of the town. Local wildlife includes populations of western lowland gorilla   and forest elephants. An estimated elephants lived in the Abong-Mbang Forest Reserve in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.