After several years serving the chieftainship, the chief emancipates this servant. He gives him a land and a wife. The servant has a villager life but he always comes back to the chieftainship for work. The small tuft of hairs he has on his head indicates his membership. His children will belong to the chief. If they are boys, they will become tchindas (servants) on the age of 7 or 8, in the chieftainship. If they are girls, the chief will receive the dowry when they'll get married. From 1945 to 1959, Daniel Broussous was the head doctor of the protestant hospital of Bangwa, set up by the Société des missions évangéliques de Paris (Paris evangelical mission society) in the south of the region Bamileke in 1935. Broussous took many photographs documenting the art, the architecture, the traditions and the daily-life of Bamileke chieftainships. He also made several films.