I grew up in Bu, a small village in the Menchum Division of the Northwest Region of Cameroon where my grandfather had served as an elder of the Catholic Mission Church of the village.
He took me to Church every Sunday for Sunday school and some week days for Bible School, youth choir and youth council.
At the age of twelve, I lost my grandfather, he played and important rule, in building me up morally my dad was transferred to work in Bamenda in the Mezam division of the North West Region of Cameroon. Here some of my friends where Catholic Christians and they invited me to attend mass every Sunday where I got the opportunity to meet and talk with the priest on how I can become a Christian (A good child of God). I loved the preaching of the priest, the worship songs by the choir, the tunes of the xylophones and the word of God read from the Bible.
When I was thirteen years old the parish priest organized Baptism classes for those interested to be true Christians and servants of God to participate and get baptized. Since I was young and showed interest in the Lord he ask the elder of the church to include me in the classes where I attended and I got baptized. And now I am twenty nine living all this years in faith that we could really make a different together has been a blessing to me and my family. We have overcome so many obstacles just by our believe.an our faith accompany with our prayer to God all mighty, ever I pray for wisdom to do what would be an impact and help other to have confident in them, that there is hope for a better tomorrow, and the ability to love unconditionally. that way i call no your kind humanitrian support to help me in my march toward a peace by helping the youth