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    JEAN MICHÉ KANKAN, 22 years already since he died.

    February 13, 1997-13 February 2019. It is exactly 22 years since AFANA EBOGO Dieudonné Alias ​​JEAN MICHÉ KANKAN bowed out.

    Born in 1956 in Akonolinga of Jean EBOGO and NGA Madeleine, The legend of Cameroonian comedy or sub-Saharan Africa originated from the village Nkom to Mengueme Sy, by Akonolinga 120 kilometers from Yaounde, in the department of Nyong and So .

    After obtaining his CEPE in 1970 in Bertoua where he spent his childhood, he continued his secondary education at Lissouck College in Yaoundé. French language teacher in secondary school, he abandons this function to work as an official at Radio Cameroon. The beginnings were not easy, however. The audience was not very receptive to the artist's style. <>, he said when he happened to tell his beginnings.

    He has marked his artistic career for decades with a style unique to his genre. During this brilliant journey, he produced ten cassettes entitled "the misadventures of Jean Miché Kankan" whose main character he embodies is a Cameroonian native of the Western region. He inspired several African comedians including the Ivorian Adama DAHICO. His comedy was mainly about satire.

    The depth of her texts challenged society on issues such as polygamy, the excessive consumption of alcohol, police harassment, the materialism of women desperate to get a good night out with all expenses paid, as many evils that continue to undermine our society and at an exponential speed. We propose to you to watch one his comedy advocacy below:

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