TEARS, PAIN, HEARTBROKEN

ngumedna
Posted November 16, 2020 from Cameroon
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It's been an awful month in my community I'm left to recover from the shock and to think my very own was involve it left me heart broken. Students murdered in cold blood back in Cameroon and my community in particular and my cousin was one of the victims 

I joined my voice with other physically challenged ladies to advocate for peace in my community. Plard cards and morning a tire such as black was used . I pray , hope and believed God will intervene and help us recover 

This story was submitted in response to Peace for Cameroon.

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Nini Mappo
Nov 17
Nov 17

Dear Edna,
I am so sorry for your loss, and that of your cousin's direct family and other families affected by this atrocity. May God of peace and comfort visit Cameroon and bring hope to the country and all the grieving families.
Sending hugs and prayers.

ngumedna
Nov 17
Nov 17

Thanks Nini God in control

Katrina Maria
Nov 24
Nov 24

Hope and Pray things are better in Cameroon .We are together in Solidarity

ngumedna
Nov 24
Nov 24

Thanks for reading my story sis we hope things get better soonest

Tamarack Verrall
Nov 17
Nov 17

Edna, dear sister,
What a powerful and heartbreaking image, you sisters with messages, in mourning for all of the loss you are suffering, and surrounding with love this small child, whose childhood involves calling for an end to this horrid war. Shame on the government that allows this to continue. Shame on the governments of the world unable or unwilling to live up to the call by the Secretary general of the UN for a global ceasefire, with everything people are going through. Shame on the press in countries such as mine that there is not more international news coverage and public pressure. We stand with you dear sisters and will not stop trying to find ways to have this war ended.
In sisterhood,
Tam

ngumedna
Nov 17
Nov 17

Thanks sister Tamarack for your concern I. Sisterhood

Corine Milano
Nov 17
Nov 17

My heart aches for you, Ngumedna! I am so saddened by the violence that continues to break out in Cameroon, and to hear that you lost a cousin to this is absolutely devastating. I am heartened to see the response of women who are standing up and saying enough. This image is a powerful testament to the courage and resilience of women peacemakers. Thank you for sharing it.

With hope,
Corine

ngumedna
Nov 17
Nov 17

Thanks Corine
In hope and sisterhood

sylvia.feijen
Nov 17
Nov 17

I am so sorry for you and your family's loss. I am heartbroken by the violence that continues on and I only pray for the best for you and Cameroon.

ngumedna
Nov 18
Nov 18

Thanks Sylvia

ARREY- ECHI
Nov 18
Nov 18

Dear Edna,
I am so very sorry for your loss.
The shock of the cold blooded wanton destruction of life sent chills down my spine.

Reading this, I can only try to imagine just how real the chills and pains were for you and your family for the senseless loss of a young promising life.

May God comfort you and yours in these truly difficult moments.

Thank you for speaking out despite your grief. Your voice is appreciated.

Sending hugs and love.

ngumedna
Nov 18
Nov 18

Thanks dear more hugs from me

Hello, sister Edna,

That was one depressing moment indeed. We mourn and weep with you. Those innocent children don't deserve to die. All they wanted was to be in school to learn. Really heartbreaking. Sending your prayers and comfort. We stand with you. We pray for justice!

ngumedna
Nov 18
Nov 18

Amen

JoOak
Nov 18
Nov 18

Dear Sister Edna ,
I am so sorry for your loss .
I can only pray that God should console and strengthen you .

Sending my love and prayers

ngumedna
Nov 18
Nov 18

Thanks sister

Arah
Nov 19
Nov 19

Peace for Cameroon.

Thank you sister for fostering this campaign.

ngumedna
Nov 19
Nov 19

We need in our country sister
With hugs and love

MUKABA ZAWADI
Nov 20
Nov 20

sorry pour cette triste nouvelle de perdre un membre de la famille directe. Que Dieu tout puissant visite le Cameroun et apporte l'espoir au pays.

ngumedna
Nov 20
Nov 20

Merci. Ma soeur

emarxen
Nov 20
Nov 20

NGUMEDNA- I am so sorry for your loss and the suffering of your country. Prayers and well-wishes are being sent from California. Your story is heard!

ngumedna
Nov 20
Nov 20

Thanks sister

Steph L
Nov 23
Nov 23

Hi Edna,
I can't imagine how you feel, glad you told us.

Hugs.
Steph

SADRAG
Nov 25
Nov 25

In solidarity

love
mala

ngumedna
Nov 26
Nov 26

Thanks for reading
Hugs

Queen Sheba D Cisse
Nov 27
Nov 27

Dear Ngumedna,
On the behalf of myself and charity QSB org, we send our deep condolences to you and your family and the victims and their families for this horrific sick act. There are never any words that can truly describe what you or any human is going through.
Not only do we need peace in our communities, this word and so on, we NEED Justice and we NEED Laws of protection that works. The continent of Africa in this day and time deserves better and we are more than tired of the murdering of innocent children and people.
Please reach out to share and to heal and advocate for peace, justice and reading this here on World Pulse is a good start in the right direction.
Thank you my dear for sharing,
Mama Queen

Millynairi
Nov 28
Nov 28

Hello Edna,
What is happening in Cameroon is so sad, and I am sorry to learn that your cousin was one of the victims. I p.ray for peace for Cameroon.

ngumedna
Nov 28
Nov 28

Amen

jomarieb.earth
Nov 28
Nov 28

Dear Ngumedna,
No one can fathom the grief, pain and difficulty that you endure. Please know that sincere prayers, hopes, dreams and light are directed your way. I thank God for your life and your voice. You live to share. And your words are embraced and heartfelt. You and the ladies in the photo share a special light. No matter what, all of you shine a beautiful light. I see hope, courage, resilience, determination, strength, beauty, wisdom and unity to name a few. Thank you for sharing.
Hugz...JoMarie

Hawwah
Nov 30
Nov 30

Dear Ngumenda,
I hurt and pray along with you my darling sis.
May peace and healing return to Cameroon and every other community in crisis all over the world.
We stand together with everyone as one and share in the pains and the tears.
Sending you lots of love and positive energy. May peace and love return to our world.
In love and sisterhood,
Hawwah.