At the ceremony of installations of sections offices of the CPDM, the patriarch of Bandjoun, repeatedly recommended to all to “pray for Cameroon,” says the daily Le Messager of Thursday, November 3, 2016. His comments nonetheless provoked some thoughts among the guests of the ceremony of October 29, 2016.
This exhortation of the patriarch comes in the wake of the ecumenical prayer held at the start of the installation ceremony of CPDM militants in sections. “We must pray for our country, because we know neither the day nor the hour” insists Victor Fotso in his speech for the occasion.
In the same vein, the different present religious ministers stressed the fact that “the misfortunes that befell our country are the result of the actions we take,” said the newspaper. At the same time, these “men of God” invited guests to ask forgiveness from God for the victims of the train accident at Eséka on Friday 21 October.
“The time has come for us to read the signs of the time. Ask the foresight to God so that leaders can bring to the people the guarantees of freedom and peace, “prescribe the ministers of worship. Indeed, the rail disaster, accident, murder, pillage, moral depravity, are among other facts that make increasingly difficult life in society.