Since the out break of COVID19, there has been a lot of modifications on the surface of the earth so as to protect humanity from the virus. Statistics show that the second  wave of the pandemic is more severe than the first and more than ever, everyone is reminded on the sanitary measures to  follow in order to prevent the virus. The world has registered over 114M infected cases, 2.53M deaths and 64.4M recovered cases globally and in Cameroon confirmed cases 35.714, number of recovered cases are 32.594 and 551 deaths.Recently in Cameroon, some kids were infected and hospitalized  in Yaounde, the capital city. Amaan Africa volunteers carry out sensitization about COVID19 by pasting flyers that carry COVID19 DO’s and DONT’s both in French and English in schools, online and at strategic areas.

The big question is how do we really explain to our mothers and grand parents in our local communities the severity of the pandemic and the measures put in place by WHO  and UN? Amaan Africa has come up with the COVID19 DO’s and DONT’s in Bambui language and many other mother tongues to enable the message reach the uneducated in the rural areas.

Bambui is an emerging township in northwestern Cameroon. With a population of about 17,000 people, it is located at an elevation of about 1350 metres above sea level. Administratively, Bambui is the headquarters of Tubah Sub-Division in the North West Region of Cameroon. Popularly known to its inhabitants as “abeh-mbeuh,” Bambui is one of the Bamenda communities of Cameroon, and is known for its mix of modern and indigenous African life.

With its lush, rolling, and fertile plains, a mild tropical climate, and an extremely industrious farming community, Bambui is the bread basket of the North West Region.Culturally and administratively, Bambui has been a fondom in its own right for nearly 400 years. Ruled by a Paramount Chief and made up of the sub-chiefdoms of Manju, Mallam, Matulaah, Fingeh, and Alaakubeh, the people of Bambui trace their ancestry to the Tikar tribe, which originated from the Adamawa, North and Far North Regions of present-day Cameroon.Mbili (Bambili) and Mbui (Bambui) are dialects of a Grassfields Bantu language spoken in Cameroon.

When next you  are in Bambui, let Amaan Africa COVID19 sensitization in Bambui language guide you to create awareness, you might just be lucky and eat a delicious plate of Achu soup and fufu with a lot of beef, canda and vegetables as reward for your efforts. Donate today to enable African Africa carry out her humanitarian works in Cameroon and Africa as a whole. Join us on social media and promote our works. Like, subscribe and share our social media pages. Do you like volunteering? send us a mail at, its always our pleasure to serve .

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