1. James R. Phillips
    James R. Phillips at |

    Fantastic, as greater things can be accomplished through working together in larger numbers, versus smaller groups. I am wondering what the government response will be to these groups joining together ? Will they raid them, try to shut them down or jail them ?

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  2. Brigitte Gaiffe
    Brigitte Gaiffe at |

    Great! I need urgently to contact somebody in Cameroon who can help us protect 2 young women’ life. Can somebody help?

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