Despite The Diversity One Thing All Cameroonians Can Agree On Will Be…….

MCMG: Putting Cameroonians on the Map

Matthew 14:35 And when the men of that place recognized Jesus, they sent word to all the surrounding region. People brought all the sick to Him; 36 and begged Him just to let them touch the fringe of His cloak. And all who touched Him were healed.

For the purpose of understanding as you read further, understand that  sick in our world is not just limited to the unhealthy state of the body, but also any condition in life that’s not suppose to be there, such as poverty, under-development, hunger,living below potentials , Cameroonians  not enjoying the Glory and Promise as sang in our national anthem is sickness etc.

Cameroon has distinct regional, cultural, religious, and political traditions as well as ethnic variety. The division of the country into British- and French-ruled League of Nations mandates after World War I created Anglophone and Francophone regions

The English-speaking region is divided into two cultural regions. The Grass-fields peoples of the Northwest Province consist of nearly one hundred chiefdoms each ruled by a divine king (fon).The peoples of the Southwest province include the Bakwerians, who live along the slopes of Mount Cameroon.

In the French-speaking area, the largely Muslim north is culturally distinct from the largely Christian and animist south. The northern area includes three provinces: Adamoua, North, and Extreme North. Most of the southern peoples are Christian or engage in traditional, animist religious practices

The Center, South, and East provinces are characterized by dense tropical rain forest. The Center and South are culturally dominated by the Beti peoples, which include the Ewondo, Eton, and Bulu, and are linguistically and culturally related to the Fang of Gabon.
The Ewondo were early converts to Catholicism. Our current president is Bulu, Peoples in the East include the Maka and Gbaya, both with relatively egalitarian forms of social organization in which reciprocity is a key value.

The East province is also home to the Baka, a tropical forest forager (pygmy) group of about thirty thousand to forty thousand living in small camps that exchange forest products with nearby farmers

The Littoral province with a major ethnic groups are the Duala and Bassa.

The southern part of the French-speaking area includes the high plateau region of the West province, which includes the Bamiléké and Bamoun peoples. Both are culturally similar to the Grassfielders. The Bamiléké constitute roughly 25 percent of the population.

Since the conversion of Sultan Njoya to Islam early in the twentieth century, the Bamoun have been a largely Muslim people.

Even though the  sense of a common national culture has been created through shared  enthusiasm for soccer. However, ethnic distinctiveness and diversity remains a strong natural integration barrier among Cameroonians.

But one thing that all Cameroonians have proven a pure oneness to it, is our Love for the word of God. Like I said in my previous post, We had been handed over to God by our fore-fathers through our national anthem.

Despite diverse denominations, we all agreed to the divine power, not to talk of the all agreeable healing power of the name JESUS CHRIST. An Apostle Suleman’s crusade held in Douala  last year, saw Cameroonians from all ethnic groups flocking into Douala.We all can’t wait for an AMEN response .

Our level of the love for Christ is so overwhelming  and sometimes even misleading that some of our young girls are ready to give their bodies to other unfortunate weeds among the wheat, in the name of pastors.

In as much as mushroom churches  have been planted in every 2 to 3 block in our communities, and  it’s not a great idea, which I will be talking soon on, never the less , it’s a display of a people who love the word of God.

If you have ever been inside a bus on one of our highways , and there seems to be a slide shake of it wheels, you will hear everyone crying-out the name JESUS, JESUS, JESUS.At that point, you see diverse people agreeing unto one single power.No one at that time remembers their “juju” in the village. Preachers are highly welcomed into the buses.Everyone bow heads down to a single prayer  of protection from JESUS CHRIST.

At the end of the day, we all really , seriously , unarguably agree on that. That God almighty is the ultimate, that He alone can heal all our sicknesses, That He alone is the solution to our political unhappiness, regional discrimination and marginalization in development, I mean what ever complaints Cameroonians have had or are having.

From the above verse, the people first of all recognized JESUS, and then brought their sick to me and He heal them all.We Cameroonians have all RECOGNIZED that JESUS CHRIST OF NAZARETH is the only solution to our sicknesses. That’s 90% now just 10% is for us to bring our sicknesses to him.

Thank you for reading. God bless you.

Please like and share us  for a sickness free Cameroon.

With Love for my beloved country  Cameroon.

Caroline Ello




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