Cameroon Baptist Convention, CBC, Rev Ncham Godwill, Nyanganji Job, CBC Education Secretary,


The Executive President of the Cameroon Baptist Convention CBC has inducted the new Education Secretary of the Convention with a call to be a courageous. The Rev Ncham Godwill Sunday December 10, 2017 conducted the induction of Nyanganji Job Indi at the Nkwen Baptist Church during a heavily attended Sunday service that also saw the induction of Ntam Ephraim Njang as Director of the Finance and Development department and Rev Njego Richard Talla as Director of the Men’s department.  


In his induction message titled “leadership a call to be courageous” with inspiration from the Biblical book of Joshua chapter one from verses 1-9 (1: 1-9), the Rev Ncham Godwill encouraged the new leaders of the various departments to understand their assignments clearly, be conscious of the unending presence of God and pay attention to the word of God. 

Using the story of Moses and Joshua as illustrated by the text of the day, the CBC Executive President urged the Education Secretary and the other directors to understand the dichotomy between giftedness and holiness. He concluded his message with three key lessons to the inducted and the entire congregation stating that, mentorship is a prerequisite for good leadership, assignments are given by God and require faithfulness and God’s assignment is unchanging but there can be change in the leadership.  

The 57years old inducted Education Secretary Nyanganji Job Indi from Rom Village in Nwa Sub Division of Dunga Mantung Division holds a combined Bachelor of Arts honour degree in Education and Geography from the Bayero University Kano Nigeria. Prior to his election and appointment as CBC Education Secretary, he was serving as Pedagogic Adviser for Secondary Education in the CBC with accumulated experience as Principal for 19years in four CBC schools. Talking to the Guardian post on his readiness for the challenge ahead Nyanganji Job said “the executive president has charged us the Directors who have been inducted to be strong and courageous and that will be our watchword; be strong and courageous especially in difficult times like what we are going through. You know very well that because of the socio-political crisis in the North West and South West regions schools are not functioning smoothly but we are believing and trusting God that by his grace all will go on well and with time our schools will go back to what they were before the strike started in 2016.” 

Derick BAKAH

Derick BAKAH

Bakah Derick is a Broadcast Presenter and Multimedia specialist with focus on sharing with the rest of the world the daily happenings in the Northwest Region of Cameroon. You can contact us on +237 675460750 or debakah2004@gmail.com.

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