The monument was erected between 1973 and 1976, represents two snakes whose heads merge, symbol of the reunification of French Cameroon and British Cameroon on October 1, 1961. Then the unification of the federated republics of Cameroon in the united republic of Cameroon in 1972 .

The sculpture is the work of French Salomon, Cameroonian sculptor Gédéon Mpando and Jesuit Father Engelbert Mveng. This work represents fifty-three tons of concrete and a height of about seven meters.

At the top of the tower, the meeting point of the East and West entrances, symbolizing the perfect unity of the two great English-speaking and French-speaking parts / Image source

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