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Cameroon braces for four days without tap water

People living in Cameroon’s capital city could be without tap water for up to four days, the state-owned water company Camwater has warned.

Camwater says the potential interruption to Yaoundé’s supply from Friday to Monday is a result of essential maintenance works, local media report.

It is not yet clear which neighbourhoods stand to be affected.

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Some reports say water treatment malfunctions at Akomnyada, the main plant supplying the city, are to blame for shortages that began months ago.

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