Félix-Roland Moumié

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Félix Moumié (drawing in possession of his brother Moluh Mekue Théodore).

Félix-Roland Moumié (1926 – 3 November 1960)[1] was an anti-colonialist Cameroonian leader, assassinated in Geneva on 3 November 1960 by a former agent of the SDECE (French secret service) probably at the request of Cameroonian authorities with thallium, following official independence from France earlier that year.[2] Félix-Roland Moumié succeeded Ruben Um Nyobé, who was killed in September 1958, as leader of the Union des Populations du Cameroun (UPC - or also Union du Peuple Camerounais — "Cameroon's People Union").

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