Head of State of Cameroon
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The Head of state of The republic of Cameroon are André-Marie Mbida Prime Minister of eastern Cameroon between 1957 and 1958 Ahmadou Ahidjo President of the federal Republic of Cameroon 1960-1972 and Paul Biya 1982-present President of the Republic of Cameroon. Western Cameroon has also pre-independence Prime Minister.
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