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Cinema is vital for Cameroon’s socio-economic dev’t- Minister

Cinema is vital for Cameroon’s socio-economic dev’t- Minister

Professor Narcisse Mouelle Kombi, Cameroon’s Minister of Arts and Culture has said cinema is a vital tool for Cameroon’s socio-economic development. Prof Narcisee Mouelle was speaking at the Yaoundé conference centre on Saturday July 15, while opening the 2017 edition of the Ecrans Noirs film festival. Addressing cinema lovers in…

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