Seeing a picture of the flamboyant first lady of Cameroon Chantal Biya (here) on her way to a summit in Los Angeles, prompted me to look out some stuff I'd bookmarked recently on Camfranglais, a relatively new 'language' (it emerged in the mid-70s), which is a mixture of French, English and creole. Cameroon is a multilingual country, with over 200 languages spoken, and where French and English are both official languages.
Examples of Camfranglais include: Tu as go au school? Did you go to school?, Tout le monde hate me, wey I no know, Everybody hates me, I don't know why, and Il est come, He's come. Several Cameroonian musicians use Camfranglais, for instance Koppo, one of whose songs is Si tu vois ma go, If you see me go.
A good article on this is this BBC one. They call Camfranglais Frananglais here, although academic articles I have seen use the name Camfranglais, which is why I have called this post Camfranglais.