In spite of the paucity of memoirs, autobiographies and biographies by and about prominent Cameroonians, a number of personalities (politicians, political activists, musicians, sportsmen, etc.) have written their memoirs and autobiographies. For example, Albert Mukong and Christian Tobie Kuo both wrote two volumes of their memoirs. Same with Jean Martin Tchaptchet (who shared that infamous last meal with nationalist leader Felix Moumie in Geneva in 1960), who has published two autobiographical volumes, and promises more. Footballer Roger Milla and musician Manu Dibango both have autobiographies.
There are also a number of Cameroonians who are distinguishing themselves in the field of biographies. The leader of the pack is unquestionably Prof. Daniel Abwa, Dean of the Faculty of history at the University of Yaounde I, who has so far published three biographies - those of Andre Marie Mbida, Sadou Daoudou and Woungly Massaga.
But these are merely drops in the ocean. More Cameroonians need to follow the example of these trailblazers.
I have compiled a non-exhaustive list of memoirs, biographies and autobiographies from Cameroon. If you know of any not listed here, just add the author and title to the comments section and the list will be updated.