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wow! only Africans will spend 200 million FCFA on a chapel when far more pressing issues are going on in their country and in the continent. Religious fanaticism is a plague which continues to ravish Africa. What a shame! I wish these Sakerettes the best. Hopefully when they pray in that 200million church, God would answer all of their prayers.


U kill me USA

Danny Boy

Invitation from the North West Cultural Association-UK.


Dear Brothers, Sisters and Friends,

You are all cordially invited to our fund raising night billed for the 19th of September,2009; at,

The Paradise Hall.
Unit 33-34, Penrarth Centre.
Penrarth Street; London SE 15 1TR.

Will be adding more info. in coming days on how you can obtain your tickets for this special occasion in support of the St. Joseph's Children and Adult Home,(SAJOCAH) in Bafut.

Please, please help us spread the word. We look forwards to your company on the night.

God Bless and thanks.

(on behalf of the NWCA-UK)


Church can be a first rate focus for community organizing. Organized communities solve problems. It is very easy for 200 million CFA to be dissipated without results. Build a nice church and make sure there are meeting spaces and conference rooms inside it.

MBAH KELLY [Kelly Hilson]

am a sakerrette too and i have a page on facebook known as the JK FAMILY BANNER.It is an association that I,MBAH AFUH KELLY has created.My aims are promoting the humanitarains and socialist of the world begining from my sisters and dear mums in my struggle.It is all about helping orphans ,street children,fighting againts child labour,child abuse ,etc.Together dear mums and sisters,let us build this organisation to assist these children that we give birth too.

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