From the Bamon land came two brothers (twin) whose father was an heir to the throne. When their father ascended the throne of authority and leadership, he became worried to the extent that it affected his health. The thought of what will become of his twins kept him worried, and their constitution as of that […]

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The association, Future of the Muslim Woman is an organisation that aims to promote the professional integration of Muslim women; train them in professions such as sewing, cosmetology, dyeing, soap making, agriculture and agro-food processing to contribute to the fight against unemployment and poverty. The idea came from Mrs. Fadimatou DODO, a dynamic woman from […]

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The Kaba Ngondo use to be one of the most prestigious manner of dressing during a celebration or a festival of the Bulu people, explained Tanguep Tela Edwige a daughter of the soil who was not so bright in school. Tela Edwige passion for producing the much admired outfit was ignited from the profession of […]

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“For me art is both a kind of entity and a series of questions, it is the link between the visible and the invisible where the past, the present and the future mingle.”  This is how the young BOUBA HERMANN is defines arts. He is a painter, Cameroonian from the North Cameroon region. He was […]

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Baobab powder, fonio flour, rice flour, turmeric powder, red and white millet flour… The C2 shop in the artisanal village of Garoua is a real grandmother’s attic. It contains almost all the cereals available in the region as well as many other agri-food products. The owner, Mrs. Mvogo Élise Christelle welcomes us with a warm […]

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In the early 1932, the people of Oyenga use to perform some sacrifices to their forefathers in a situation where a crime is committed for attornment of sins. “These sacrifices ranges from yam tubers to bloodshed depending on the nature of offense.” Explained by NVONDO Pierre, one of the offspring of this ethnic group. Their […]

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This colorful toy made from fallen wood are made for children to use as didactic materials and decorative toys. The artist, Tongue Matthias who originates from the West region of Cameroon, owns a workshop known as “Le bois s’amuse” which means wood having fun, specializes in the creation of diverse puzzle toys that parents buy […]

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From our artisan (sculpture) in Ebolowa, South region of Cameroon. Out from the soil which keeps the uniqueness and identity of the Bassa clan originates the Bipoun’s family. BIPOUN Charles is my name, an offspring of Mr. Bipoun Samuel, former military officer who served Cameroon with dignity. The Story My father Bipoun Samuel born around […]

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Abdou sallam is a young craftsman in his thirties who, since 13 years ago, became interested in horn carving. Formerly considered as waste, today the horn of animals is the main one raw material in the activity of this young Cameroonian from the North region – Cameroon. Indeed, Abdou sallam has taken advantage of this […]

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Acrylics on canvas. The African family has always been a symbol of education and spiritual development. This family is always ready to look after the members of the family and to make sure that they support one another so that they can all grow together and this family usually starts with a couple who comes […]

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The driving force of Qui royal arts gallery is the desire to keep the flames of the cultural and traditional values of the Ndop people from the North West region of Cameroon, the cultures of Cameroon and Africa as a whole alive. Nowadays, many young people do not know their dialect, the history and stories […]

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