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by Linus Asong,Simon Ndeh Chi

Author: Linus Asong,Simon Ndeh Chi
Subcategory: Historical
Language: English
Publisher: Langaa RPCIG (May 14, 2011)
Pages: 442 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.3
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Ndeh Ntumazah died in St. Thomas’s Hospital in London, United Kingdom, on 21 January 2010. Asong, Linus; Chi, Simon Ndeh (ed. Ndeh Ntumazah: A Conversational Auto Biography.

Ndeh Ntumazah died in St. President Paul Biya decreed that his body should be brought back to Cameroon and would receive an official burial in . .Ntumazah, Ndeh (2011-05-15). African Books Collective. ISBN 978-9956-579-32-7. Retrieved 2012-08-03.

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A Conversational Auto Biography. Ntumazah was a political activist for nearly 60 years. He joined the UPC around 1950 and remained a militant of the party until his demise

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Linus Asong & Simon Ndeh Chi, Ndeh Ntumazah: A Conversational Auto Biography (2010). On Moumi, see Richard A. Joseph, Radical Nationalism in Cameroun: Social Origins of the . 336. Human rights quarterly. Vol. 34. represented African activists included Ralph Millner, British Barrister-at-Law.

Hear him, "I was born some 70 years ago or s. Going by the preface of the book penned by Alfred Che Tumasang, their beloved father who hailed from Mankon made things very difficult and different for them. He says Ntumazah entered politics some fifty years (as of 2001 when the book was published).

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Ndeh Ntumazah left Cameroon to seek political asylum abroad in 1962. He stayed in Ghana, Guinea, Algeria and finally in Britain where he spent most of his time sensitising the world about the plight of Cameroon using various avenues like writing, conferences and deputations. Ntumazah is dead, but he lives on because his life stands out as a point of focus. Langaa RPCID, African Books Collective.

This rich conversational auto-biography tells the story of the political life of Ndeh Ntumazah who was born in Mankon in 1926, spent the best part of his life suffering and sacrificing for the freedom of Cameroon, and died in London on January 21, 2010, at the age of 83, as President of the Union of the Populations of Cameroon (UPC). Ntumazah was a political activist for nearly 60 years. He joined the UPC around 1950 and remained a militant of the party until his demise. When the UPC was banned in French Cameroon in 1955, he was advised by his comrades to create another party in the Southern Cameroons, which would be the UPC in disguise. The party was called 'One Kamerun Movement - OK', with Ndeh Ntumazah as its President. Following its banning, the UPC started a war of liberation in French Cameoon, so Ntumazah from the safety of Southern Cameroons, liaised with his comrades in French Cameroon to carry out their underground operations. Ndeh Ntumazah left Cameroon to seek political asylum abroad in 1962. He stayed in Ghana, Guinea, Algeria and finally in Britain where he spent most of his time sensitising the world about the plight of Cameroon using various avenues like writing, conferences and deputations. Ntumazah is dead, but he lives on because his life stands out as a point of focus.