Cameroonians have and peacefully accommodate a variety of religious beliefs, and many individuals combine beliefs and practices of world religions with those of their own culture groups. Islam penetrated Cameroon through the northern Region (Adamoua, North, and Extreme North) especially around the Lake Chad long before the Holy wars. An approximation of about 53 percent of the Cameroonian population are members of Christian denominations, about 25 percent practice mainly "traditional" religions, and approximately 22 percent are Muslim (Mbaku, 2005; 65). In the French-speaking area, which is largely the Muslim north and a handful of pockets of Muslims in other Regions of Cameroon, Islam has through its growing integration into the Cameroonian society influence the existing quantity and quality of literary materials and her multifaceted cultural jamboree. This paper aims at conceptualising and depicting the impact Islam has in local literature and culture of Cameroon thereby appreciating how literary scholars present Islam and what they tell us about Islam in the country.