HomeNewsParents called by the Arch Bishops of Buea and Bamenda to come and collect their children
In this period of crises in the two English speaking regions safety is something that just can’t be pushed to the side, the Catholic church is doing it’s best to assure the safety of its students
It is in this light that the Arch Bishops of Bamenda and Buea archdiocese have instructed parents and guidance of Children to come collect their children from their schools and only bring them after October 1, 2017, if they think it’s necessary.
Mogsineur Cornelius Fontem Esua and Mogsineur Immanuel Bushu made the different calls on Monday September 25, 2017, in Bamenda in the North West, and in Buea in the South West Regions of Cameroon. Report on the gathered says the reaction through a protests march Friday September 22, 2017, was one of the signs that provoked the decision from the school landlords.
They made it crystal clear that they parents can bring back the students after October 1, 2017, if they feel safe.