The question as to why church money should be trusted to the keeping of an individual for four days abound high at the Nkwen Baptist Church following reports that a total sum of FCFA 5.5 million was consumed by fire. The incident of January 20, 2014 has been talk of the day among CBC church goers in Bamenda town and even beyond. The story goes that the sum of FCFA 5.5 million was handed to Pa Mike Kuiyo so that he keeps in the accounting unit of the CBC but four days after, the money was reported gulped by fire. Allegations abound that Mike Kuiyo mistakenly dropped the money into the waste basket. The content was later emptied and set on fire. It is aired that some pupils of CBC primary school noticed that money was being consumed by fire they took advantage to benefit some few banknotes. More so, it is also alleged that when alerted on the occurrence, some workers of the Education board of the CBC also benefitted to pick some few banknotes. Yet the General Secretary of the CBC as well as pastor Njini Edward have kept seal lips on the issue. According to a hint, the judicial police in Bamenda recently opened an investigation on the FCFA 5.5 million saga. Inside sources at the CBC hinted at weekend that a commission of Inquiry headed by Ngafeeson Emmanuel has been named and others members according to the hint include Prof. Tih Pius and Fai Yengo Francis. Tongues are waging at CBC Nkwen as some Christians have started pointing accusing fingers at their enemies and suspecting them of having a hidden hand in the incident.
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