MAFAC CHAIRMAN STORMS REFUGEE BASE
Dr. Makongo has paid a shocking surprise visit to Southern Cameroons refugee base in Ghana!
Yes, the moral of SC refugees in Ghana is high again after fleeing their homes and country following the savage war waged against Southern Cameroonians by the Yaounde regime.
Most of the refugees Mafac Chairman met told us the sad stories about how their family homes had been burned down and important family members killed by the military, leaving them with no option but to flee from ground zero to ground one and from ground one to ground two in Ghana.
As a matter of fact, one lady who was fleeing the war with a heavy pregnancy had just put to birth a very beautiful female child seen here in picture before the encounter and Dr. Makongo has pledged to assist her.
Mafac Chairman used this visit to give much needed courage and motivation to our people and as a fact finding mission to try and understand some of the pressing problems faced by our refugees in Ghana.
At the end of this extraordinary encounter between Ambazonian philanthropist Dr. Makongo and our struggling and fleeing population, a medical doctor was presented to look into the immediate health needs of the refugees in Ghana and someone security expert to ensure their safety and security while in Ghana.
Dr. Makongo also provided our refugees with a cash amount of 2500ghc to open a bank account and keep the money for use if any emergency situation arose. This gesture was greeted with a thunderous applause from the refugees.
Dr. Makongo did not fail to remind our refugees to be law abiding citizens in Ghana and to regularize their residency situation as soon as possible so they can start finding some jobs to do in order to help themselves and others back home.
Also, employment, security and the ultimate freedom and prosperity for all our people were detaily discussed as this remains a major preoccupation for each and everyone of us, it was unanimously agreed.
Dr. Makongo safely returned to USA after this very important and historic visit to our refugees in Ghana
Report by Alvert Ewane in Ghana.