Pierre Ngijol Ngijol

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Ngijol Ngijol Pierre (8 August 1934 – 29 June 2009) was an African scholar, social critic and tribal leader. He was born Musi Pierre in 8 August 1934 and was the only surviving son of Thomas Ngijol (c. 1905 - 1971), a Cameroonian nobleman from the Ndog Njeh Clan, one of the leading family of Bassa’a Ethnic of Cameroon. His mother, ngo Maloum Marie Therese (c. 1902–1968), was also issued was issued from tribal nobility. His parent had sixteen children of which only three survived into adulthood. He was one of them and the oldest son.

Prior to his death on 29 June 2009, he was appointed the director of a doctoral school by the Ministry of Higher Education. Ngijol Ngijol Pierre was married four times, twice divorced and is survived by seventeen children, more than twenty grandchildren and an older sister and a widow.[1]

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  1. ^ R.Ngijol, Biography, 2009