Kumba Orphans Launch Second Music Album
Story, Prince Oben
Children at the Clephic Orphanage in Bonakama, Kumba, Meme division, South West region have launched a second music album. The launch which took place recently in the Kumba I Council hall left the audience thrilled.
The event was the launch of the children’s second music album on recent happenings in Kumba and the English-Speaking regions of Cameroon.
The three track album in pidgin and the Manyu dialect focuses on the need for peace and stability in the North West and South West regions of the country.
Coordinated by Mrs Agbor nee Caroline Njock, the Matron of the Orphanage, the Orphans exhibited a chronological display of the good, bad and ugly of the society they live in.
The first track in the album called for an immediate ceasefire on the ongoing socio-political crisis in the North West and South West regions.
The second track in Manyu dialect praised the creator of mankind for all that has been done. Speaking at the event, the Matron of the Clephic Orphanage thanked all those present and promised to deliver more musical pieces in the days ahead.
The Orphans were delighted to see the attendees showing massive support for their work.
Clephic Orphanage is a renowned Centre that caters for Orphans. It started in Ekondo Titi sub division, Ndian division before moving over to Kumba.
At one point in time, the Orphanage was dragged to court over accrued rents and were forced out of the area after a court judgement.
It was thanks to the benevolence of a Cameroonian-based in Italy that they got a new abode. The Orphans were offered a poultry at the time in Mile I Kumba for shelter when there was no hope.
Today , the Orphanage has acquired a permanent site in Kumba. There is a collective call for the government and the public to come to their rescue and save souls.