Despite talks of mismanagement at the helm of Survive Cameroon Survival Initiative (SCSI), the group has continued its campaign to bar the way against the Coronavirus pandemic.
A team of SCSI led by Mbah Raoul Mbah has distributed over 2000 facemasks to people in Tubah subdivision in the North West region of Cameroon.
The exercise Wednesday, May 12, 2021, took the team to ENS street, Bambili Market, Bambili Health Center and other places in Tubah subdivision in the North West region distributing facemasks.
Mbah Raoul Mbah has described talks of financial mismanagement at the helm of Survive Cameroon Survival Initiative as “…mere distraction. Those spreading rumours of embezzlement or mis management are detractors that want to tarnish the image of professor Maurice Kamto, main initiator of the humanitarian Initiative. Clear results of the audit are on the website of SCSI for everyone to check.”
Note that Survive Cameroon Survival Initiative (SCSI), an apolitical humanitarian group was put in place by Professor Maurice Kamto (president of Cameroon Renaissance Movement party) in 2020 to raise funds and assist Cameroonians combat COVID-19 pandemic.
Beside offering COVID-19 preventive measures, SCSI has equally offered food stuffs and school materials to people international displaced as a result of crisis in the North West and South West regions.