TFF plays host to CMF
February 27, 2012

The Fomunyoh Foundation (TFF) on February 27 2012 played host to over 40 members of the Christian Men Fellowship, (CMF), of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon from Ngomgham and Santa Njong. Their visit to the structures of TFF falls in line with an exchange visit paid CMF of PC Ngomgham by CMF of PC Santa Njong. Gentle men from both groups visited the 25 000 volume capacity Foundation Library (FL) the ICT center supported by the Cat Dgital Network, Foundation Radio and the entire building which has ready space for future departments of TFF.

Addressing the Presbyterian Christians, the station boss of FR, Christopher Forgwe, heartily welcome them and made them understand that TFF is always open to every one of them at any time, for what ever problem. He equally thanked them for thinking about FR of all the radio stations in Bamenda to visit.

Mr Steven Njembong, Vice president of PC Ngomgham, expressed gratitude that TFF doors have always been opened to their groups when ever they have evangelistic trips. They did same to Santa Njong in the month of June with the objectives of sharing the word of God, and participate in common projects they have to assist each other. Their coming to TFF is to fulfill a partnership established three years ago and to let the public know, through the media arm of the foundation which is Foundation radio (FR) FM 100 MHz, that CMF exist in other parts of the region and the country.

Ngufor Emmanuel is the president of CMF Santa Njong and led his men to Bamenda, and in a chart with FR he explained how their daily meetings are run. According to him, they treat the study book, keep the church clean and in order, support in church projects, and do some financial contributions.

CMF has as motto truth and service to the Lord.