Sunday, July 12, 2015

Hon. Njingum Musa Creates the Unexpected in Babessi Sub Division, Donates to Muslim Communities



The Member of Parliament for Ngoketunjia (Ndop Central/Babessi), Hon. Njingum Musa who doubles as Questor at the National Assembly has urged Muslims in Babessi sub Division to pray for peace during this fasting period. Hon. Njingum Musa who was flanked during the visit by the Mayor of Babessi council Choh Issa donated cartons of sugar, cartons of soap, containers of paint and open air loud speaker to the people. Today Saturday 11, 2015, Hon. Njingum Musa and the mayor of Babessi council started the distribution exercise at the Babungo mosque, and moved to Baba (Papiakum) and then Bangolang. The next step was the Babessi mosque and then (exceptionally the Mambin mosque in Babessi. Besides, the MP and mayor also donated a cow each to each community to feast with on feasting day. The MP and entourage also visited palaces to get a picturesque of their needs.
Before handing over the gifts to the leaders of the five Muslim communities, Hon. Njingum Musa called on the Muslims to pray for peace. “I urge you all to pray for the Head of State, H.E President Paul Biya, the Prime Minister, Senate President and the Speaker of the National Assembly. You also have to pray for the ministers, mayors, Directors and other leaders”, he continued. “It is only when there is peace that we can make this Sub Division a small heaven”, Hon. Njingum Said. According to Hon. Njingum Musa, the Muslim community must be united to chase away the devil that wants to divide Cameroon. “Islami Musa” as he is fondly known within the Muslim community also congratulated the people for giving him a man with whom he can work. “We are now twins and you can see for yourself that together we will make things happen in this municipality”.
On his part Choh Issa, the mayor of Babessi said there is nothing more precious than peace reasons why they all have to pray for peace during this period of fasting. He however lamented that the tussle for the post of Imam at Mambim has been problematic. He called on the various contenders who are now in camps to bury their hatchets to work together as a team.






















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