Nestlé Cameroun, on October 1, celebrated the International Day of the Elderly, by communing with them in an event hosted at the Littoral Governor’s Office, where the senior citizens were drilled on how to eat healthily in order to strengthen their immune systems.
The men of God regretted that the issue, “led to unimaginable acts of wanton disobedience of ecclesiastical authority that even resulted in civil lawsuits in which Christians, Priests and Religious were involved.
“My vision for what I wanted to use my voice for became clearer, and at that time, the only motivation was my unique self because as a little girl, I already knew how special I was to my parents and those around me.”
To the statesman, regionalism and special status will give Anglophones just what they have been clamouring for, and through regional elections, stakeholders to steer the development and cultural aspirations of the two regions will emerge.
The buses were acquired to replace the over 2000 commercial motorcycles that have over the years, served as one of the main means of transportation in Bamenda town, and other neighbouring areas of the urban peripheries.
Despite Government heavy military artillery deployed to the various Regions to foil the planned protest march initiated by the Cameroonian Renaissance Movement, CRM, the party’s militants still took to the streets to vent out their frustrations for the Biya Government.
“I was young, hopeful and eager to learn. I had a narrow vision of where I could end up in my career, but Nestlé prepared me for much more than I expected,” said Abega-Oyouomi.
Cameroonian singer, songwriter, performer and actress, Daphne Njie and Cameroonian renowned actor, producer, executive producer, Kang Quintus have donated mattresses, food items, books, and didactic school materials to Grace of God Philanthropic Foundation Orphanage.
The 2019/2020 Cameroon Champions, PWD of Bamenda have resumed training in preparation for the next season. The boys of Coach David Pagou answered present at the Catholic School Field Big Mankon Bamenda on Tuesday, September 8, for their very first training session.
Nestlé has unveiled new actions and progress in shaping a waste-free future. The Company is engaged in a giant project, aimed at revolutionising the packaging of its projects, by making it 100 percent recyclable or reusable by the year 2025.