Cameroon: Anglophone Priest’s Passionate Plea

“[W]e live in a world where people are telling us that other things are more important than human life,” said Father Humphrey Tatah Mbuy, Director of Social Communications for the Catholic bishops of Cameroon. “For a few dollars or euros,” he said, “people are ready to do away with human life.”

“Human life in our world today has been reduced to nothing,” Mbuy said. “When we were growing up, if you saw blood, you followed up to make sure that it is not human blood. Today, the spilling of human blood is so much and so common that children jump over corpses and call it roasted meat.”

Source: ACIAfrica

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