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ABC Awards: Bamenda's Ndefru Melanie wins Politics and Economy category

By Bakah Derick

The promoter of has emerged winner of the maiden edition of the Cameroon Bloggers association better known by it's French acronym ABC awards. 
Ndefru Melanie received the distinction during the award night in Yaoundé on Friday 15 October 2021. Speaking to Hilltopvoices from the Solomon Tadeng Muna foundation being the event site, Ndefru shared her thoughts before the big announcement. 

"I want to give special thanks to the ABC awards for the visibility they have given me. When they nominated me, I was very excited but it became tensed since I had to go through the blogs that were in my category and I felt that I had left out one or two things and I may not win the award. Luckily for me, the jury found me worthy." Ndefru Melanie said 

The visibly satisfied laureate has expressed gratitude to her family and award givers with the promise to continue working. 

It is not long I started and I have been crossing paths with sound minds, I have been open to all criticism that came my way, I am ready to learn any day any time, I want to gibe special thanks ABC awards and promise them that this award is coming to give a pat on my back to move on, to be able to create content to serve the readers and audience that are waiting to always read from me." She added 

Ndefru Melanie emerged winner from a group of four nominees in her category to grab one of seven awards for the night. 


SYLVIA said…
Congratulations Melanie. Looking forward to more work and wins.

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