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Fai Bawe Henry celebrates World Party day, vows to prove to all Cameroonians the place of parties in fostering peace and stability

Fai Bawe Henry, a 71 year retired civil servant who seemingly partied hard in his youthful days, yesterday 3 April joint the rest of the world in commemorating world party day; a day that party diehards believe that peace is not just the absence of war; that the opposite of war is party.
According to Fai, this day which plays a very vital role in fostering world peace and stability has never been observed in Cameroon, reasons why he has decided to be the first to commemorate.
"World party day is a day human beings are called to celebrate events they are happy about including the sole fact that they are alive" says Fai. When you celebrate, you feel good and that prevents conflicts and fosters love and Harmony among humans. I want to institute this day in Cameroon as my own contribution to peace building" he adds.

 
40 year old Isaac Nkelle economics teacher at St Michaels College Douala, says World Party day is out of place in Cameroon considering recent happenings.
"What are we really celebrating when the country is going through political tumor? World Party days should be observed in peaceful countries and not Cameroon. Instead of partying, Cameroonians have more important and serious things to do. says the grumbling teacher.
Many Cameroonians seem to share in the same view point as Mr Isaac given the country's situation; they seem to challenge the idea that world party day can bring to solve the Anglophone problem. Despite all this Mr. Fai remains determined. He says he will not stop until he succeeds in inculcating partying in the circle of decision makers in Cameroon.
 

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