CAMASEJ NW opens secretariat, recognises professionalism

Rev Tata Mbuy blesses secretariat

The Cameroon Association of English Speaking Journalists, CAMASEJ, North West Chapter has officially open its Regional secretariat

The secretariat, the first in the country was open Wednesday 28th October 2020

In his exhortation, Rev Father Tata Mbuy, Communication Secretary of the National Episcopal conference called on Journalists to search for the truth in the discharge of thier duties

"The work of a Journalists is to form and inform. If the Journalists must succeed, they should stand only on the truth. No matter where it comes from, they will respect you" Father Tata said

The Guardian Post Newspaper recognised 

CAMASEJ North West used the official opening to present two recognitions. First to Equinoxe Television for their outstanding coverage of the anglophone crisis and its people oriented nature. 

Second the Guardian Post, the lone English daily newspaper in Cameroon, for its resilience since becoming a daily in 2015. The recognition to the paper falls on a day the paper was celebrating its 2000th Edition

CAMASEJ NW President, Ambe McMillian was not indifferent in condemning the killings of seven children at the Mother Francisca International Bilingual Academy in Fiango Kumba. 

"We vehemently condemn what happened in Kumba and we call on the powers that be to arrest the current situation in the North West and South West Regions without further delay" Ambe said

He cited palaces, schools, mosques, churches, Journalists, women and children and hospitals that are protected by the international humanitarian law

The secretariat which is situated at Ngeng Junction will serve as a meeting point for Journalists to share ideas and best practices


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