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By a special correspondent for Fako News Centre

Many families in Cameroon use the last three months to the end of the year to celebrate marriages and other family events. One of the marriages celebrated early towards the end of this year’s festivities was that between Francis Kaisa and Mojoko Nganje.
The Police Inspector, Francis Kaisa, and his wife Julie performed their traditional marriage rights on Saturday October 8, 2016 at the Wonyamongo neighbourhood where the Mojoko’s parents reside. This took place in the presence of relatives and friends.
They proceeded to the civil status registry on Friday October 14, 2016 to legalise their union.

The young couple finally took their marriage vows on Sunday October 20, 2016, at Charity Baptist Church, Bova, where the marriage was blessed by Rev. Dr; Samuel Ndeley.
Mola Kaisa holds a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Public Administration from the University of Buea where he minored in Journalism and Mass Communication. He reported for Fako News Centre before joining the Police.