The Housing dilemma in Cameroon is one that has been around for quite a while.
The country has an annual population growth rate of 2.6 per cent, is today rated at just above 50 percent when it comes to urbanization.
Meanwhile the housing sector in the country is not regularized with individual real estate owners defining their own terms and making access to housing only a thing for the well-to-do.
Government has been trying to salvage the situation and has constructed low cost houses in some towns around the country.
However the issue of access is one that has remained controversial.
In a special magazine this Monday evening as from 6:05pm, Sam Bokuba, looks at the Housing dilemma in the country.