THE A.U. PROMISES TO ASSIST IN THE EMERGENCY HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE PLAN AND EVEN GO FURTHER TO SUPPORT A LONG TERM ANSWER TO THE CRISIS IN THE NORTH-WEST AND SOUTH-WEST OF CAMEROON.
The African Union delegation was led by Prof. TEHINDRAZANARIVELO DJACOBA Alain, Madagascar’s Ambassador and Permanent Representative at the A.U.
Meeting with them were the President of the NCPBM, Peter MAFANY MUSONGE, the Vice-President, OUMAROU DJIKA and the Secretary General, CHI ASAFOR Cornelius.
It was the third time H.E. Nathalie O’NEIL was visiting the NCPBM on Thursday, August 30, 2018. She was first guest at the Commission on the 27th of October 2017 and the 10th of April 2018, when she accompanied the Parliamentary Secretary of the Canadian minister of Foreign Affairs, MATT DeCOURCEY.
THE UNITED NATIONS IS READY TO ACCOMPANY THE CNPBM THROUGH THE REINFORCEMENT OF CAPACITIES, FOR THE COMMISSION TO BETTER CARRY OUT ITS MISSIONS.
H. E. François LOUNCENY FALL was speaking to the press Tuesday, August, 7, 2018, after an audience granted him by the President of the NCPBM, Peter MAFANY MUSONGE.
He said he came with the encouragement of the Secretary General of the United Nations, adding that the Commission was an asset for Cameroon.
THE DIRECTOR OF THE MULTI-SECTOR REGIONAL OFFICE OF UNESCO FOR CENTRAL AFRICA IN YAOUNDE, CAMEROON, MR. SALAH KHALED MADE THE PLEDGE AFTER AN AUDIENCE GRANTED HIM BY THE NCPBM PRESIDENT, PETER MAFANY MUSONGE.
The two personalities who met Tuesday, July 31ST 2018, at the NCPBM head office discussed a wide range of issues aimed at adding a gloss to the work of the Commission.
The 24th of July 2018 was an important day for the NCPBM, as the President of the Commission, Peter MAFANY MUSONGE received in audience the British High commissioner to Cameroon, H.E. ROWAN James LAXTON.
The High Commissioner was briefed on the missions of the NCPBM and what it had done so far.