Cameroon applies to host Africa’s highest memorial building
Cameroon has applied for the right to host the highest bronze memorial building ever built in Africa, the project’s initiators told a press conference at the Ministry of Communications in Yaounde. Known as theMother of Humanity Monument, the initiative is driven by Nijart International, the Mother of Humanity Monument Foundation Inc. and American celebrities from across the movie, television, music, business and political spectrums.
According to its initiators, the planned edifice is intended as a gift from the people of the United States to Africa, to thank the continent and her people for their immense and inestimable contribution to building the world, to ease tensions and promote global peace by inviting all to practice like-minded unconditional love and generosity.
In competition with four other candidates, if ever Cameroon, which is offering the Yaoundé sites (Centre), Limbe (Southwest) and Kribi (South) is chosen, it will host a 95-meter-tall building with 29 floors, covering 80 hectares.
According to the president of the Ark Jammers Foundation, Avline Ava, a partner of the project, which groups African-American citizens, the project also plans to build 54 community arts centers in each African country, in the image of this monument-building.