HRM Fon Kamanda Charles Of Talla Village and Head of the ‘Tang Clan” Arrives Home From The USA
HRH Fon Kamanda just arrived home on August 25, 2017 from the United states of America where he spent over a month meeting with his subjects and Wimbum People across the United States. For those who don’t know him, His Royal Highness, Fon Kamanda Charles, is the Fon of Talla Village and the Paramount Head of the Tang Clan. The Tang Clan is made of ten (10) villages which are
- Talla Village
- Ngarum Village
- Taku Village
- Ntumdip Village
- Tabenken Village
- Sinna Village
- Bih Village
- Bongom Village
- Binka Village
- Kup Village.
He was recently in the United States of America where he was the Guest Of Honor at the 2017 Wimbum Cultural and Development Association -USA National Convention in Dallas, Texas. The convention ran from July 21, 2017 through July 23rd, 2017 on the theme ” Water For Life”. While in the united
States, the Fon was able to travel and meet with his subjects in places like Washington DC, Maryland, Houston, and New England prior to his return to Cameroon on August 24th, 2017.
Upon His Roya Highness’ arrival back home, the population turned out in huge numbers to joyfully welcome him back from abroad. His Royal Highness the Fon of Mbipgo and His Royal Highness The Fon of Ndu were all present
to welcome him back. It was tal jubilation and celebration as the people were very happy and thankful to God almighty for granting their Fon journey mercies.
WICUDA‐USA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing the Mbumland area of the Donga Mantung Division of Northwest Cameroon and
improving the quality of life of its people through education, healthcare, community development initiatives and the promotion of Wimbum cultural values including honesty, integrity, respect for each other and unity. WICUDA‐USA’s vision is an Mbumland where the quality of life has improved through community initiatives, private enterprise, cultural development and increased access to educational opportunities and health care. WICUDA‐USA was formed in 2003 to promote the social, educational, developmental and cultural wellbeing of the Wimbum people. The Wimbum emerged from the Congo Basin and settled their present area of Cameroon during the 17th and 18th Centuries. Today the
Church Service to Thank God for Protecting the Fon
Wimbum include three clans in Northwest Cameroon whose people compose the overwhelming population of the Donga Mantung Division. WICUDA‐USA works to preserve and promote the history, culture, arts and achievement of Wimbum people in the United States and in Cameroon. Through online platforms, regional activities, national conferences and regular interaction with groups and leaders in Nkambe, Ndu and other parts of Mbumland, WICUDA‐USA advances global opportunities for Wimbum people and ensures the continuation of Wimbum heritage.