King Edwards inter-quarter finals: Chief Edward Molinge urges subjects to promote unity, peace, togetherness.

The population of Upper Muea Chiefdom in Buea, Fako Division of the South West Region, have been urged to espouse the values of peace, unity and togetherness in their community.

The call was made by the traditional ruler of Upper Muea, Chief Edward Nganje Molinge, to the hundreds of his subjects who turned up to savour the final of the 2023 edition of the King Edward Inter-quarter finals. It took place Saturday August 20, at the Catholic School Field, Muea.

“…continue in this spirit of unity, peace and togetherness. Like I always say, promoting peaceful coexistence is something that I really want, not only for Upper Muea, but for Buea Subdivision, South West Region and Cameroon as a whole,” Chief Molinge said.

He also appreciated the players, coaches, fans and match officials for demonstrating such values throughout the competition as it started and ended without any incident. 

“The tournament has been played in good faith with love, unity, peace, no fighting, the promotion of peace and unity among the teams, among the coaches, among the people who are the Organising Committee members, my friends, family; all of them have been wonderful,” he added.