The humanitarian works of the CBC Health Services in general and its leader, Prof. Tih Pius Muffih in particular have been in the spotlight of the media and the civil society in the recent past. The fact that the CBC Health Services has stood tall in bad weather of the ongoing armed conflict in the Northwest and Southwest regions compounded by the upsurge of the ravaging Coronavirus largely account for the scramble by media houses and civil society organizations in the country to take turns almost on a monthly basis to award either the organization and or its leader with awards of recognition.
Friday, August 27, 2021 was the turn of the Confederation of Cameroon Trade Unions (CCTU) represented by the National Vice President, Mr. Ndi Lawrence Ngong and flanked by two Exco members of the Mezam Chapter, Mrssrs Fonbi Michael and Toh.
Presenting the certificate of recognition, Mr. Ndi Lawrence said the CBC Health Services under the leadership of Prof. Tih, has put smiles on the faces of the sick and poor populations of the Northwest region. “Your life-changing and community impacting management strategy in driving the CBC Health Services to the limelight is well recognized,” the CCTU National Vice President remarked. The representative of Confederation of Cameroon Trade Unions congratulated the CBC Health Services for maintaining all her workers at a time when many organizations folded up from the war torn regions of Northwest and Southwest, leaving their workers to wallow in misery and abject poverty.
Responding to all that were said and done, the Director of CBC Health Services, Prof. Tih Pius Muffih thanked the CCTU for recognizing the CBC Health Services for praise at a time when survival on merit is rare to come-by within the current difficult context. Prof. Tih revealed to the amazement of the CCTU representatives that the CBC Health Services has over 5000 workers and none of them have been terminated nor gone without a salary on record time on account of the multiple crises.
The recognition ceremony was witnessed by Mr. Bonkung Handerson, staff representative at the CBC Health Central Administration and Mr. Warri Denis, Chief of Administration and Finance among others.