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Fai Yengo, Entourage Donate FCFA 3.7M For Church Project 

By Joe Dinga Pefok

Littoral Governor, Francis Fai Yengo, and his entourage comprising the Wouri Senior Divisional Officer, Bernard Okalia Bilai and his (Fai Yengo) friend, His Royal Majesty, Nfor Tabetando, recently donated FCFA 3.7million to the Presbyterian Church Bonaberi. The donation was during a fundraising for the completion of a church house project.

Out of that amount, the Governor donated FCFA 1 million while Chief Tabe Ntando contributed FCFA 500.000. All in all, a total of some FCFA 10 million was raised at the occasion, which was anchored by Ntumfor Barrister Nico Halle. Other contributions came from different church groups like the Christian Men Fellowship, CMF, Christian Women Fellowship, CWF, Pastor’s group etc.

It was disclosed that some FCFA 220 million has so far been raised for the church house project which is estimated to cost some FCFA 300 million. While defending the decision by PC Bonaberi to have gone in for such an expensive project, Ntumfor Halle lauded the congregation of PC Bonaberi for their efforts to push forward the church house project, which he said is moving towards its completion.

Working Together

On his part, Governor Fai Yengo expressed admiration for the church house project, which he said is a glaring indication that members of the PC Bonaberi congregation have been doing great things. The Governor thanked PC Bonaberi for the invitation to attend the occasion. "It is always a great thing to work together, especially to do God’s work", Fai Yengo said.

Meanwhile, the Parish Pastor of PC Bonaberi, Rev Daniel Mokake Kulu, and the Chairperson of the congregation, Mrs Helen Fon-Achu, both expressed appreciation to Governor Fai Yengo for having accepted the invitation of the congregation. They said it was a big privilege for the congregation of PC Bonaberi to have the Governor in their midst.

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