8th March In Bamenda: Women Say They Are Tired Of Burying Children

By Raymond Dingana

Women in the Northwest have invited all sides in the war damaging the the Northwest and Southwest regions of Cameroon have been challenged to give peace a chance.

The women say they are tired of burying their loved ones and that there is no more tear in their eyes to cry.

Mrs Wirba Jeroline Speaking On Behalf Of Women On Women's Day At The Bamenda Commercial Avenue Grandstand

The call was made by Mrs Wirba Jeroline who spoke on behalf of women in the region during activities to celebrate the 37th edition of the International Day Of the Woman, March 8,2022.
We are tired of burying our children . We are sick and tired of the Bloodshed. We have cried until there is no more tear left to cry again. We can only achieve meaningful development when there is peace.
She regreted the number of women that have lost their lives as a result of the war in the two troubled regions of Cameroon and the convid-19 pandemic.

Mrs Wirba decried the fact that many women have abandoned their farms because of insecurity.

March Pass At The Ceremonial Ground

As indicated by Mdm Josephine A.,one thing she and other women are praying for is to see the warring parties in the ongoing armed conflict choose the path of dialogue and peace and not war.

Deputy Mayor, Bamenda II Council Leading The Women Of The Council

The 37th edition of the International Day of the Woman was celebrated with the theme: Equality Between Women and Men Today for a Sustainable Tomorrow.


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