The first to come knocking was that from the European Union, led by MIKKO KEINANEN, Geographic Head of the Central African Department of the European External Action Service.
Accompanied by the EU Ambassador to Cameroon, Hans-Peter SCHADEK, the Diplomat came to have first-hand information on the work the NCPBM is doing, in its mission to consolidate peace and strengthen Living-Together, especially at this time when there is much talk about the organisation of a national inclusive dialogue.
Barely minutes after the departure of the EU Delegation, it was time for a UN Security Council Mandated Mission, led by AHMEDOU OULD-ABDALLAH, President of the Centre for Strategy and Security in Sahel Sahara, to be received in audience by President of the NCPBM, H.E. Peter MAFANY MUSONGE.
Discussions between the President of the NCPBM and his UN guests centred around the prevention of conflicts by preparing people to effectively Live-Together in a diversity of languages and cultures, and avoid unnecessary problems.
AHMEDOU OULD-ABDALLAH, emphasised during an interview with press that, their visit to the NCPBM was because, it is an institution that has a vital role to play in strengthening Living-Together thus preventing conflicts among Cameroonians.