It has been a long and interesting journey with the viewers who gave VOV a chance on March 8th 2012 at the Banquet hall of the Littoral Governor’s office. We have impacted so many lives and communities such that feedback reaching us pushed us out of nothing to share with those in need. Our first stop at the Emmanuel Memorial Home of Hope and the Save the Children Alliance Orphanage of Limbe on July 16, 2014, Second to the Members of MUPAC to assist them with bags of cement for the building of the Mabanda old age centre on July 18th, made us to realise the importance of sharing.
























We intend to continue with widows on August 02, 2014 after-which a national voiceless walk followed by a ‘go for blue’ breakfast (anti diabetes global campaign ahead of November 14) will close events, thus ushering VOV 100’s veil to be opened.

About amybanda01

I am a purpose driven African woman of Cameroon origin. I enjoy exchanging New and Brilliant Ideas for growth, watching News and Movies, Practicing Journalism to inspire as a pace setter and going on Adventure. I run 3 flagship programs 'Monuments', 'Views, Voices $ Visions' and 'Cameroon's Crow' every 1st and 3rd Wednesday at 9.30pm, Saturday at 10am and Tuesday/Thursday at 6.30am respectively on Ltm TV. On my page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Amy-Banda/454524697979291?fref=ts details of certain topics on my show are discussed. Brain behind 'Voice of the Voiceless' and the relaunch of 'Good Morning Cameroon' show on Stv, I empower the youth towards innovation, self belief, talent discovery and personal development, nurturing a hardworking spirit and branding on most of my shows. I Love making new friends and I enjoy informing in tit bits.
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21 Responses to VOV GIVING BACK

  1. Marie Abanga says:

    Dear Amy,

    I am so glad to have met you and so proud of your work. Keep it up. You are one of those daring African Women I model and l wish you more grease to your elbow.

  2. Dear Friend,
    It’s so wonderful to know that you are really this good to the needy out there. May the lord continue to bless you to even dp far more than these. Remain blessed as we join to support you inthis noble and cheerful action.

    Fabrice Yonga
    Ambassador for ORIGIN UNITE


  4. I am heavily impressed with your work Amy. Do not loose focus nor relent your efforts

  5. martha pono says:

    Thanks, Amy for this wonderful venture. We wish VOV long life and prosperity even though the devil will not want it to grow. Anyhow with God on our side who is the devil to try to dissuade us from what we are doing. God bless.

  6. Youmbi Tinche says:

    Life is too ironical to be fully understood. It takes sadness to know happiness, noise to appreciate silence, Absence to value presence and loneliness to recognise friendship. Amy, you are a true reflection of the African Woman and a model to the young girls in society willing to materialise the African Renaissance. May GOD Almighty continue to guide and bless you.

  7. Aurelien BADEBOGA says:

    Congratulations Ma Pono for the ‘Woman of the Year’ recognition you endorsed thanks to the VOV 100 Anniversary at SOMATEL Hotel. Amy You ROCK!

  8. Babo Yvan says:

    Merci Amy. J’ai des dons pour les orphelins. Comment pourrai-je vous rencontrez?
    Un bon reportage pour promouvoir l’utilisation des technologies de l’information et le communication. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HYRBwl8alI&feature=youtu.be

  9. Claude la go says:

    I enjoyed the summary of the workshop timeshifted https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HYRBwl8alI&feature=youtu.be.

  10. Celine NJUAFAC says:

    A few examples from the everyday life of Madiba that are enough to convince any attentive observer or skeptic that he strove tirelessly to tie his philosophy of life to his everyday deeds and actions.

  11. bill mangue says:

    Amy you have succeeded to take your last steps to freedom in conditions of relative peace. Thanks for committing yourself to the construction of a complete, just and lasting peace.

    • Saraphine Eloh says:

      We trust that you will continue to stand by the needy in outreach programs as they tackle challenges of building peace, prosperity, non-sexism, non-racialism and democracy.

  12. Kangai Godlove says:

    That spiritual and physical oneness you are wholeheartedly sharing with these kids, the widows and the old explains the depth of the pain you carry in your heart as you saw our Country tear itself apart in a terrible conflict, and as we saw it spurned, outlawed and isolated by the peoples of the World, precisely because because it has the universal base of the pernicious ideology and practice of racism and racial oppression.

  13. linda ageboh says:

    hello mother u r so wonderful thkz very much 4 ur wonderful ventures and thxz u r impactx on de life of cameroonians rem dat de bst x stil to cme neva gve up 4 u r dox a wonderful job eventhough de devil can only delay but he cannot deny rem dat quand la volonte de Dieu veut se realiser meme les obstacles deviennent les advantage ce qui ne te tue pas te rend forte maman i wish u more grease to ur elbow remain blessed u r a model to be recount wit

    • amybanda01 says:

      Many Thanks. We sw your message on today’s program and we are glad to know that our contact with you on TV creates a positive impact. Keep the FAITH.

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