Salomon Tandeng Muna

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Salomon Tandeng Muna (1912 – January 22, 2002[1]) was a Cameroonian politician of the UNC. He served as the first Prime Minister of the federated state of West Cameroon from January 11, 1968 to June 2, 1972.[2] He was President of the National Assembly of Cameroon from 1973 to 1988.[3]

Muna was very active in international Scouting, where he became the Vice-President of the World Scout Committee (the first African member), after serving as Chief Scout[disambiguation needed] of Cameroon, as well as Chairman of the African Scout Committee.

Muna was awarded the Bronze Wolf, the only distinction of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, awarded by the World Scout Committee for exceptional services to world Scouting, in 1981.[4]

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  1. ^ January 2002
  2. ^ African Success
  3. ^ Official website of the National Assembly of Cameroon
  4. ^ https://www.scout.org/BronzeWolfAward/list complete list

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