Ordination mass in st Joseph’s cathedral big mankon Bamenda

St. Joseph Catholic Church in Big Mankon, under the largest Anglophone Cameroon archdiocese in the opposition stronghold of Bamenda, has called for the unconditional promotion of justice and the rule of law in Cameroon, and hailed the peaceful protest of lawyers during a church sermon today.

Hundreds of Christians including top elites working for the regime were in attendance. Christians are reporting that the first mass focused on justice and the end of the war and end time.

Elsewhere in the North West region, the catholic church in Tatum also called for the regime to uphold the rule of law and justice for all citizens in Cameroon. The priest preached unity and equality as a necessity for national peace and prosperity.

In another development, during a sermon today the St. Joseph’s Catholic church in Buffalo, New York, USA, the priest called on all citizens to be pro-voice and not pro-choice. By being pro-voice, Fr. Jacob Ledwon explained, citizens join as one to push leaders to unite all citizens irrespective of their different political, social, economic and religious views.

He suggested that pro-voice should be replicated across countries as a positive model for citizens and their leaders. I was in attendance.

*** Yvette Mbu, Doreen Mbain and Tapang Ivo contributed to this report.

culled Facebook Tapang Ivo

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