Commission created to probe PCC Kumba town crisis
The hierarchy of the Presbyterian Church in Cameroon has created a commission to probe into the crisis plaguing the PCC Kumba town.
The commission, whose work starts this morning, Tuesday 19 July 2022, is headed by retired PCC pastor Rev Dr. Njie King.
The commission will commence its work by meeting with the two pastors at the center of the crisis; Rev. Mary Wose Nduma and Pastor Tambi.
The commission will end its finding tomorrow afternoon after meeting with the current chairperson, the finance and budget committee, the secretary of the congregation, and individuals with useful information.
Other commission members include Professor Joyce Mbongo Endeley, Ajong Emmanuel, Mukwelle Bertha, Abwa Takang the palace protocol Officer, and Pa Eseme Moses Chairman of the Kumba Bafaw Traditional Council.
The problem currently affecting the PCC Kumba town erupted on Sunday 26th June 2022 following attempts by the church hierarchy to conduct fresh elections to replace members elected by the local congregation.