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Henri Dieudonné Bayemi Pougue

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Born11 Avril 1960
Matomb, Cameroon
🏳️ NationalityCameroonian
🏫 EducationUniversity of Reading (England), University of Pretoria (South Africa)
💼 Occupation
👔 EmployerIRAD
MovementThe Incarnation movement
👩 Spouse(s)Judith Bayemi
👶 Children05 children (02 daughters and 03 sons)
🌐 Website
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Henri Dieudonné Bayemi Pougue commonly known as Henri Bayemi was born 11 April 1960 at Matomb in Cameroon. He worked as a research director at the Agricultural Research Institute for Development (IRAD) and is also famous for founding a catholic group called The incarnation movement (aka The word of God group).[1]

Early life[edit]

Henri is the son of Bayemi Charles and Ngo Pougue Marthe (mama Martha). He is the second of 5 children. He is the brother to the bishop of Obala, his Lordship Sosthene Bayemi[1]

Education and career[edit]

After his bachelor in Zoology from the University of Yaounde, he started his career in 1984 at the Agricultural Research Institute for Development (IRAD). He also holds a Master of Science in zootechnics from the University of Reading in England. He then pursued a PhD at the University of Pretoria in South Africa. Shortly after his PhD, he was promoted to the rank of research director at IRAD where he officiated as the Director of Development and Innovation until his retirement.[1]

Personal life[edit]

Henri married Judith Poufon Ekoue in 1988. They have five (5) children, including musician and singer Longè Bayemi.

Devoted Catholic Christian, he founded in 1996 the Incarnation movement (the word of God Groups), an ecclesial movement present in four (4) continents, distributed among over 20 countries. He then became the first general leader of the group. The spirituality of this movement focuses on living the word of God.[1]


Henri Bayemi is author to more than fifty (50) publications and international scientific journals. Along with his wife, He also wrote various spiritual meditations, published many booklets about love and marriage. L'effort Camerounais, a catholic magazine, has regularly published abstracts on his marriage related articles.[2][3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13]


  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 "Le Fondateur".
  2. Bayemi, Henri (October 25, 2021). L'Art D'aimer. Publicationes Claretianae. ISBN 9781733322881 – via Google Books. Search this book on
  8. Dieudonné, Bayemi Pougue Henri (2009). "Improving the Management of Dairy Production Systems in Cameroon".

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