As one moves from the cities of Douala or Yingui in the Littoral region of Cameroon, to Garoua in the Septentrional part of the country, one realises that it is a big blunder to look the country Cameroon as a homogeneous block and to think that Cameroonians in their entirely experience the same kinds of opportunities,threats and challenges. The reality is that as we cross the country, we find that expressions of national citizenship differ, cultures and political realities differ, policies being implemented are not done at the same pace, the same applied to the way people grapple with their realities. The crisis of co-existence between autonomous ethnic groups within a country is an acute problem and present many challenges. This is attested by the multiplicity of ethnic conflicts in the African continent. This book explains how Cameroon as a country is coping with these challenges.