A man clothed with care for mankind and the needy in particular in our society, a man worth of remembrances and appreciation is he who shares the little to the needy children in our society. This is not the first time Bar. Agbor Nkongho is having fun with penurious children in the Anglophone region of Cameroon. The pictures below give a clear detail of what I main by giving to the needy
The hand that giveth is more blessed than the hand that take. This is a quote from the Bible. Thus play your own part nor matter how small it is in your pocket. The internally displaced persons need your help, you may contribute in prayers, in kind or in cash. For our children need us at all cost
You may also like to contributes through an organization. There are many non governmental institutions doing this job, for example Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa (CHRDA). Kindly click https://chrda.org for more information. The Anglophone crisis in Cameroon is a historical crisis in Cameroon that both economic, social and political standard of this country is not in good condition. But what ever the case, our children are the must vulnerable in our society and we ought to protect and care for them like Bar. Agbor Nkongho and CHRDA. Thus the following video shows a clear example.
It is worthy to remember that Bar. Agbor Nkongho is a victim of this Anglophone crisis as they were arrested for no just reason in 2016. But he has continue his contribution to the society as the voice of the voiceless in Cameroon on his personal conviction and behalf of https://chrda.org as an organization
A child belongs to an individual when he/she is still in the mother’s wum but once the child is birthed, he/she deserved protection from every one of us. Hence let us protect our children while taking examples from Bar. Agbor Nkongho and https://chrda.org
It is not yet long that Agbor Nkongho revels his birthday with IDPs children in their camps. And on the 31/08/ 2018 he continue his goal of protecting human rights especially that of children in our society and in the Anglophone region of Cameroon in particular.
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