Friday, June 29, 2018

Cameroon: Moukoko Priso, A Cameroonian Politician And Mathematician Passes On


CIN| Moukoko Priso is gone. Three weeks after celebrating its 76 th anniversary, this internationally renowned mathematician, passed away from an illness this Thursday, June 28, 2018 in Paris, France.

It's a library that has been extinguished. After high studies in France, he returned to serve in his native country at the beginning of the 90s thanks to the change of regime.

The professor of mathematics will then share his passion and his rich experience in the Amphitheatres of the University of Douala, large private schools, Libermann College, Saker College, etc. He has also been the author of several books, the most famous of which is "Tribalism and National Problem in Black Africa"

Under his political cap, Moukoko Priso was a great figure in the fight against neo-colonialism after independence on the black continent.

During his activism, he used to be called Elanga Mbuyinga, a name assumed in 1971 and "he is full of stories," said Moukoko Priso during his lifetime.

A high-ranking member of the Union of People of Cameroon (UPC), a historical political party, Moukoko Priso was originally from Dibombari, Moungo Department, Littoral Region.