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Meet the Great Orators for the Great Conference

What we think and what we want to be depends on how we plan by setting up solutions to present and future forcast problems. Light up your candle in darkness and shine.

GREAT MINDS – GREAT SOLUTIONS – GREAT ACTIONS

 

Cardinal TumiLead convener

Cardinal Tumi, lead convener of AGC and retired archbishop of the metropolitan archdiocese of Douala.

Born in Kikaikelaki a small village in the Nso klan, situated in the [Northwest Region, of Cameroon], Tumi studied at local seminaries in Cameroon and Nigeria. He trained as a teacher in Nigeria and London, then went on to earn a licentiate in theology in Lyon and a doctorate in philosophy at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland.

Ordained a priest on 17 April 1966, he served as a vicar in Soppo for a year before becoming a professor at Bishop Rogan College's seminary. After studying abroad from 1969 to 1973, he returned to his diocese and was named rector of the seminary in Bambui.

Cardinal TumiLead convener

Cardinal Tumi, lead convener of AGC and retired archbishop of the metropolitan archdiocese of Douala.

Born in Kikaikelaki a small village in the Nso klan, situated in the [Northwest Region, of Cameroon], Tumi studied at local seminaries in Cameroon and Nigeria. He trained as a teacher in Nigeria and London, then went on to earn a licentiate in theology in Lyon and a doctorate in philosophy at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland.

Ordained a priest on 17 April 1966, he served as a vicar in Soppo for a year before becoming a professor at Bishop Rogan College's seminary. After studying abroad from 1969 to 1973, he returned to his diocese and was named rector of the seminary in Bambui.

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Rev Fonki Samuel ForbaModerator of PCC

Rev Fonki Samuel Forba is the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon (PCC) since 2014, a lecturer at the Cameroon Christian University, and Proprietor of all the institutions of PCC.

He is the first son of Late Lucas Fonki Forba and Ma Miriam Anava, born into a Polygamous family of 14 children in his native village of Bombe in Akwaya Sub Division.

Rev Fonki Samuel ForbaModerator of PCC

Rev Fonki Samuel Forba is the Moderator of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon (PCC) since 2014, a lecturer at the Cameroon Christian University, and Proprietor of all the institutions of PCC.

He is the first son of Late Lucas Fonki Forba and Ma Miriam Anava, born into a Polygamous family of 14 children in his native village of Bombe in Akwaya Sub Division.

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Elie Battlefield SmithAGC Coordinator and spokesperson

Born in Penja, he joined the Vocational College of Art, Science and Technology in 1992 in Douala. After long trips, he joined: Institute of Mass Communications Technology in Jos, Nigeria. In 2005, he joined the Institute of Commerce and Management of Paris, France.

Elie Battlefield SmithAGC Coordinator and spokesperson

Born in Penja, he joined the Vocational College of Art, Science and Technology in 1992 in Douala. After long trips, he joined: Institute of Mass Communications Technology in Jos, Nigeria. In 2005, he joined the Institute of Commerce and Management of Paris, France.

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Lasha KingslyHead of communication Sub Committee AGC

Journalist, Head of communication Sub Committee AGC.

Lasha KingslyHead of communication Sub Committee AGC

Journalist, Head of communication Sub Committee AGC.

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Alhaji Mohammed AbubakarAlhaji Mohammed Abubakar Imam, Buea Central Mosque

Born in Dec.5th 1967 in Weh village did all my secular studies in Cameroon as for Islamic studies elementary in Cameroon and higher level in Sokoto and Zaria In Nigeria .Became Imam of Buea in Dec.1997.Regional president of the Council of Imams and Muslim Dignitaries of Cameroon,Secretary General South west Muslim community, Islamic Chaplain UB, proprietor Buea Islamic private Anglo Arabic nursery and primary school, married and a father of 4.

Alhaji Mohammed AbubakarAlhaji Mohammed Abubakar Imam, Buea Central Mosque

Born in Dec.5th 1967 in Weh village did all my secular studies in Cameroon as for Islamic studies elementary in Cameroon and higher level in Sokoto and Zaria In Nigeria .Became Imam of Buea in Dec.1997.Regional president of the Council of Imams and Muslim Dignitaries of Cameroon,Secretary General South west Muslim community, Islamic Chaplain UB, proprietor Buea Islamic private Anglo Arabic nursery and primary school, married and a father of 4.

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Imam of Bamenda central mosque
Tukur Mohammed AdamuTukur Mohammed Adamu, Imam, Bamenda Central Mosque

Tukur Mohammed Adamu, Imam, Bamenda Central Mosque

Imam of Bamenda central mosque
Tukur Mohammed AdamuTukur Mohammed Adamu, Imam, Bamenda Central Mosque

Tukur Mohammed Adamu, Imam, Bamenda Central Mosque

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Rev. Dr. Ncham Chiatoh GodwillExecutive president of CBC

Rev. Dr. Ncham Chiatoh Godwill, executive president of CBC

Rev. Dr. Ncham Chiatoh GodwillExecutive president of CBC

Rev. Dr. Ncham Chiatoh Godwill, executive president of CBC

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REV. ENONCHONG DANIEL MBIWAN

REV. ENONCHONG DANIEL MBIWAN, The GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT OF THE FULL GOSPEL MISSION CAMEROON.

REV. ENONCHONG DANIEL MBIWAN

REV. ENONCHONG DANIEL MBIWAN, The GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT OF THE FULL GOSPEL MISSION CAMEROON.

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What people say about the conference

Bertrand Ndakena
Bertrand Ndakenaobserver

I have attended many meetings of the Cardinal Tumi, God has given him a great mind. I believe this will be a final solution arena for this crises

Goddy
GoddyObserver

I believe this plateform will let us all be sincere with each other for us to look each other eyeball to eyeball an say the truth for a common goal

This will be one of its kind

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