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“I come to you as a shepherd, not a politician,” Cameroonian Archbishop at Installation

At the Eucharistic celebration organized for the canonical possession of the Metropolitan See of Bamenda in Cameroon’s troubled North West region, the new Archbishop of Bamenda, Andrew Nkea Fuanya used the occasion to remind guests present of his mission of serving the people of God entrusted to him and not a politician interested in particular persons or groups.

Bishops of the National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon at their 43rd Plenary Assembly in Obala. /

Bishops in Cameroon Note Poor Voter Turnout, Laud Peaceful Election Process

As Cameroonians await the official proclamation of results of Municipal and Legislative elections that took place Sunday, February 9, the Catholic Bishops of the National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (NECC) have, in a preliminary statement, observed that the country’s elections took place in a calm atmosphere despite a low voter turnout.

Bishops in Cameroon at the end of their 43rd Annual Seminar in Obala, Saturday, January, 11, 2020. / National Episcopal Conference of Cameroon (NECC)

Church in Cameroon to hold National Days of Prayer for Respect of Human Life

As the crisis affecting English-Speaking regions of Cameroon continues to deepen amid reports of violence, human rights violation and other forms of untold suffering in these parts of the Central African nation, Bishops in the country have, at the end of their annual seminar in Obala, called for National Days of prayer for the respect of human life in all dioceses across the country.