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Cameroon: PM urges cultural stakeholders to be peace ambassadors

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The Prime Minister Head of government Chief Dr Joseph Dion Ngute has exalted cultural stakeholders in the country to be more than ever before ambassadors of peace and living together.

He was speaking today at the official launch of the fourth edition of the National Artistic and Cultural Relaunch dubbed RECAN, underway at the National Museum in Yaounde.

Opening the 21-day long event on high instructions of the President of the Republic, Paul Biya, Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute acknowledged the role culture could play in the live and future of Cameroon and as such, called on men and women of culture to promote the essential values of peace, tolerance and togetherness through their artistic products.

The event is slated to run in all Administrative headquarters of the country, and apart from being an avenue for the display of the rich cultural diversity in Cameroon, reports say it will provide an opportunity celebrate achievements made by cultural stakeholders in the country.

Published on 28.04.2020

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