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RESPONDING PROMPTLY TO CALLS FOR RESCUE, MAFAC HAS DONATED A CASH AMOUNT OF 1.200.000FRS TO WIPE THE TEARS OF ANGLOPHONE DETAINEES IN SIX PRISON FACILITIES IN THE CAMEROONS.

This follows repeated calls for intervention to fight hunger, starvation and illnesses in some six detention centers where some ANGLOPHONES are being illegally detained following the ongoing crisis.

The cash donation by DR. DAVID MAKONGO on behalf of charity (MAFAC) is strictly for the purchase of food to be distributed in six prison facilities in the Cameroons as follows:

1. Buea Central Prison = 300.000frs
2. Kondengui Central Prison = 250.000frs
3. Baffousam Central Prison = 150.000frs
4. New Bell Prison Douala = 150.000frs
5. Bamenda Central Prison = 100.000frs 7. SED = 25.000frs
8. Total money transfer fees and transaction fees = 175.000frs

IT IS Dr. DAVID MAKONGO'S BELIEF THAT NO ONE SHOULD BE MADE TO SUFFER BECAUSE OF THEIR POLITICAL OPINION. IT IS ON THIS BASIS THAT I STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT NO SOUTHERN CAMEROONIAN CITIZEN SHOULD EAT THREE SQUARE MEALS A DAY WITHOUT FIRST ASKING WHETHER OR NOT our POWs, IDPs OR REFUGEES HAVE FOUND AT LEAST ONE MEAL TO EAT FOR THE DAY OR NOT AND RESPONDING APPROPRIATELY TO THEIR NEEDS.

SHARING IS CARING.

Thank you'll.

DR. DAVID MAKONGO


      


      


Upon landing yesterday, (thank you all for your prayers), I received a message on my phone that Florence was doing exceedingly well responding to treatment. And also that the Doctor recommended they buy her a wheelchair so that they can take her off the bed and move her around a little bit often. Immediately, I arranged for funds to get her this wheelchair you see on hereunder.

That said, I have received a lot of thank you messages and I appreciate each and every one of you who thanked me. But I want you to thank Veronica Forchu also for drawing our attention to this situation. And most importantly, thank God for using us to save Florence's life.

I remain grateful and indebted to my God for using me to give a meaning to human life.

THANK YOU'LL ONCE MORE. AND MAY HIM CONTINUE TO PROTECT AND BLESS YOU ALL.

DR. DAVID MAKONGO

      


      


PRAY, PRAY AND PRAY.

MAFAC continues with food distribution to some IDPs in Bamenda. Join me to thank all volunteers and MAFAC. My family very much appreciate the kind words of encouragement and thank you messages we continue to receive from beneficiaris. My family will never eat three square meals a day and forget that some of you need just one meal a day to survive the nest day. Patience, freedom and prosperity are coming. SHARING IS CARING

DR. DAVID MAKONGO

   



PRAY, PRAY AND PRAY.

Pray for him and pray for this family. Remember MAFAC does not accept any money or support from anyone whatsoever no matter your good intentions. If you also want however, kindly contact Miss Nguanye directly (the lady speaking in this video) and her number is +237 6 76 68 41 21

THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING AND GENEROSITY. WE WILL OVERCOME.

DR. DAVID MAKONGO

   


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