I am calling on the Angels in each and every one of our hearts to stand up and support these kids. The saying goes, “it never rains but it pours”. When this young boy (Tifu) shown in the video went to the farm to clear and cultivate his crops, little did he imagine his life was going to change this bad.
He was confronted by Cameroun soldiers right there in the farm and accused of being a rebel, beaten mercilessly with a machete, tried at the spot and sentenced to three bullet shots on his knees which were carried without any waste of time.
You know God has a way of delivering His in a miraculous way that many people do not understand. In the case of this young boy, when the soldiers discovered he had a Bible in his bag, they decided not to kill him. They carried and dumped him close to a hospital where he crawled into the hospital to seek for treatment.
The village hospital could not handle his case so he was transferred to a bigger hospital in Bamenda. Again, we often hear that “it is not over until it is over”. While in the hospital in Bamenda, another set of soldiers came and arrested him once more and almost killed him but for the intervention of their boss who asked for more investigation to be done. He was investigated once more and found to be innocent.
Your guess of what happened next is as wrong as mine was. You and I will think he will be treated and his medical bills paid. How far is this from what happened. He was asked to pay a bribe of 200,000 CFA Frs ($400) which is a ton of money from that part of the world.
The young man’s uncle went running from end to the other to borrow money for the bribe. He was himself arrested after paying the bribe and accused for supporting rebels. After cooking up this charge, he has since been transferred to Yaoundé and only God knows what will happen to him.
Brethren if this touches your heart, please contribute to this fundraising which we will use to take care not only for this poor boy but the others who are with him in the hospital. As you can see in the video they do not have a place to go or sleep that is why they are staying in the corridor of that hospital.
I am working with the relation in Switzerland who blew the alarm. Thanks for helping those who can never personally pay you back.