Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Ta Nformi Dr Christopher Fomunyoh Rounds Up Cameroon Wide Humanitarian Tour

In slightly above one year the President of The Fomunyoh Foundation (TFF), has gone to all of Cameroon’s ten regions. From the Far North Region in early 2015, he has been crisscrossing various localities in the other regions doing what it seems are his preferred passions; humanitarian actions and encouraging civil society initiatives.
And his presence in Ebolowa, in the South Region on June 6, 2016 completed the circle when Insitut Catholique Bonneau had more text books added to their library by TFF. Dr. Christopher Fomunyoh expressed regrets at the dilapidated state of this institution that was very renowned in the past years.
Earlier, the TFF president made courtesy stops at the governor of the South Region Felix Nguele Nguele and the Legion Commander of the National Gendarmerie, Colonel Anne BELLA NKOTTO, who happens to be the lone female in that position in the country. A brief stop at the Divisional Officer of Mbalmayo ended the South lap of the trip.
However, the TFF humanitarian scheme seems to be a real caravan. Without any break it was on the outskirts of the nation’s capital of Yaounde the next day. This time it was Lycee de Nkolodoum that benefited from the over 20,000 collections found in its library in Bamenda in the North West Region of Cameroon. It should be recalled that over ten institutions in the Centre Region had benefited from this generosity.








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