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DO, State Security Chief Honoured Ahead Of International Peace Day 

By Isidore Abah

Molinge handing over certificate to Anagoh

Molinge handing over certificate to Anagoh

The Divisional Officer, DO, for Buea, Paul Wokam Kouam, and the Southwest Regional Chief of State Security, Senior Superintendents of Police, Richard Atangwa Anagoh, have been honoured with certificates for their outstanding role in promoting peace in Cameroon.

The two administrators were honoured in Buea recently by the World Peace Initiative, ahead of the 2016 International Day of Peace to be commemorated on September 21.

Handing over the certificates to the duo in their respective offices in Buea, the Central and West Africa Coordinator of World Peace Initiative, Prince Henry Molinge, said the certificates are intended to acknowledge the role the two officials have played in supporting peace initiatives in Cameroon in the last two years.

“World Peace Initiative is very delighted with the efforts you have made in the last two years to promote peace in Cameroon.

It is not very common in our country to see administrators like yourselves with very demanding schedules to set aside their administrative prerogatives to encourage peace initiatives,” Molinge stated.

The Central and West Africa Coordinator of World Peace Initiative was particular happy with Wokam and Anagoh for having acted as resource persons during the 2014 and 2015 editions of World Peace Day and for the Senior Superintended of Police for presenting a paper on Anti-terrorism during the 2016 Central and West African Peace Fellowship that was hosted by Cameroon.

Molinge, however regretted, that his organisation this year would not be bringing people together to celebrate World Pace Day.

“This is because I was invited to Mali to preside at the International Day for Peace in that country, but I would be granting interviews to some media organs,” he asserted.

In response, both officials thanked the Central and West Africa Coordinator of World Peace Initiative and his organisation for recognising them.

The pledged to continue to support peace initiatives in Cameroon, especially as the country battles against terrorism.

Meanwhile, Commissioner Anagoh said he will always avail himself to peace initiative, especially after recently completing a course on anti-terrorism in Egypt.

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