The Executive President of the Cameroon Baptist Convention, CBC, Rev. Nditemeh Charlemagne has hailed the leadership of the CBC Health Services for their efforts in keeping the health services alive and sustainable despite the crisis in the North West and South regions of the country.
Rev. Nditemeh Charlemagne made the appraisal Thursday, July 29, 2021, in Mvan, Yaounde as he addressed Chiefs of centre and leaders of the organization.
“I applaud you for work done, services rendered and for giving visibility and international recognition to the CBC. Jealously maintain that position and continue to improve for posterity”, Rev Nditemeh Charlemagne said.
He prescribed Truth, Equity and Development as a major instrument for growth and sustainability.
On his part, the Director of the CBC Health Services, Professor Tih Pius Muffih requested the chiefs of centre and leaders of the organization to show love to patients, staff and communities.
The meeting that rallies all leaders of hospitals and health centres is to discuss ways for the sustainability of the health services amidst challenges, especially the socio-political crisis and the Covid-19 pandemic.
For some time now, there were reports on social media about the tense working relationship that existed between the CBC Executive President and the Director of the CBC Health Services.
This, therefore, comes to dispel rumours of a tense working relationship between the two officials.