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Cameroon: Business tycoon, Pascal Monkam goes home

Pascal Monkam goes home (c) copyright
The remains of Cameroonian real estate mogul, Pascal Monkam arrived the country from South Africa where he passed away last February 27 aged 91 Thursday April 8 and were received by Littoral Governor Samuel Dieudonne Ivaha Diboua at the Douala Airbase.

 

This was followed by military honors pertaining to official funeral decreed by the Head of State on behalf of the business man.

After the honors, the mass was said followed by stops at the Monkam enterprises in Douala.

At the end of this round, another mass was said at the St Peter and St Paul Cathedral in Bonadibong followed by a wake at his residence in Bonanjo.

Pascal Monkam will be buried tomorrow Saturday in his native Bakassa in the Upper Nkam, West region of Cameroon.

He is survived by five wives and 16 children.

The business mogul leaves behind a large real estate empire constituting luxurious hotels in Cameroon and South Africa. 

In Cameroon, his hotels include; La Falaise in Bonandjo, Akwa, Bonapriso, Bafang and Yaounde.

In South Africa, Pascal Monkam’s real estate property include; the Monkam Pascal Twin Towers, the Pretoria Hotel, the Tamboti Lodge, and the Park Lodge Hotel.

 

 


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