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Réligion of Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Source: cameroon-info.net

Mayor Adamou Ndam Njoya organizes Ecumenical prayer for peace

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The large courtyard of the Njimonkoup cultural centre of Njinka in the town of Foumban was invaded by thousands of the Catholic faithfuls, Protestants, Muslims and others Sunday, December 21, 2014 for a great Ecumenical prayer organized by Dr. Adamou Ndam Njoya, Mayor of the city of Foumban and also Chair of the WCRP (World Conference of Religions for peace/international) ACADIR (Cameroonian Association for Interreligious Dialogue) Executive President and National Chairman of Democratic Union of Cameroon (UDC), which was dedicated to peace in Cameroon, Africa and in the world.

In his opening address, the President Ndam Njoya reviewed actions under these various Ecumenical organisations worldwide in 2014 for the resolution of conflicts, the search and the preservation of peace in the world. He returned to the conferences in Austria, Germany, South Korea, and the specific missions in the Central African Republic.

All celebrants, representatives of the Roman Catholic Church, Protestant Church, Presbyterian and other not to mention Islam, who marched to the podium, said deep prayers for peace and security in Cameroon, in Africa and in the world.

They also commemorated, the sad event of December 21, 2006, where a detachment of the armed forces from Bafoussam, had landed at the residence of Dr. Adamou Ndam Njoya, beating residents and other visitors present that day, and killing one person, wounded many and had traumatized children who failed to forget this black day in the history of life and the institutions of the Republic.

Thus, all prayed for eternal rest of Nji Mfou Issah, shot and killed that day.They also intensely prayed, for valiant Cameroonian soldiers currently in the front against the sect Boko Haram so that God protects them and gives them more strength to come quickly to terms with this formidable enemy. The same prayer was for populations, refugees and other direct victims of the barbaric acts, for the improvement of the difficult conditions in which they are forced to live.

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