By Bakah Derick
The CEO of Bamenda based fashion designs Vuvu has made a rare outing on her Facebook account on her family. Vumonsi Ngwefonta who lastly made a post updating her profile picture on September 11, 2021 on the social media platform only returned in the early hours of Wednesday 7 September 2022 to announce what indicates a long time problem with the father of her children.
"Mr Vutumu Aloysius ,the finance director of SABC and Castel group Cameroon,I am coming for your career and reputation and whatever you think you have built if I don't have the desired access to my kids. They say silence breaths evil and injustice. I am tired of being silent." She wrote
Contacted, VUVU fashion designs CEO confirmed to www.hilltopvoices.com that every word in her statement is true and means everything she has said. Not going further, she maintains that the man she married and later divorced on his request has prevented her from seeing her children and other strange activities she promises to speak about soon.
Reactions from women and girls rights activists like her have started pouring in on the post.
"It’s totally Unbelievable the way some men treat women with whom they have kids. It’s shocking that someone of this calibre will think he can cage children like dogs and prevent the children from seeing their mother. This is shocking Aloysius Gemuh Vutumu!!! You have waged a war against womanhood!!" Christelle Bay C director of Hope for the Needy Association (HOFNA Cameroon) writes
"Vuvu is a very reserved woman generally. For her to make a public post on this means it has reached an unbearable level. I hope you get access to your kids ASAP. A right, no parent should be denied." Founder and Promoter of Sisterspeak237 Comfort Mussa reacts
"This cry is very urgent. Something needs to be done NOW! For Vuvu to speak up has taken a lot of courage. It is time for action!" Gladys Viban Gender and Youth Development Consultant.
"To think that this has been going on for 12 years beats my sanity. I know this woman as someone who doesn't talk -- hardly. I can imagine the amount of pain she has had to deal with for 12 long years. I can only hope her husband finds peace with himself and let this woman breath effortlessly. I pray they find a way to resolve this. This woman needs to see her children for crying out loud. It's ok to go separate ways, it's not ok for anyone [on his own] to deprive the other access to their children. Be strong, Sister (I know it's hard)! The truth is, I can't be strong myself!" CEO of Rescue Women, Nakinti Besumbu Nufuru.
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