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Christ the King Parish FULI-KOM

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In many instances in the Archdiocese of Bamenda, the Parish gives birth to a college or other institutions in the Parish. In the case of Christ the King Parish Fuli-Kom, St Bede's College Ashing Kom was transfered in 1963 from Njinikom and there arose a need for a Parish. And 12 years after, Fuli-Kom Parish was created on 10 August 1975 in the heart of Baptist Belo Valley. Today the parish is administered by the Claretian Missionaries
Parish Priest                         Fr  Fisher Gwayanga Zona
Curate                                 Fr Yene Yene Anclet


There was great and violent opposition from the Baptist, and it took  the Prime Minister, His Exc. Augustine Ngom Njua, who came from the area, to establish this Catholic presence in Belo Valley which the Baptist considered their exclusive terrain.


The Parish is today administered by the Claretians of the Nigerian Province.
There is a community of the Tertiary Sisters of St Francis who run a Health Centre at Fuli and another at Elemeghong Mission Station. Some of the Sisters work in St Bede's College, Ashing. The Parish has 24 Mission Stations each served by a Catechist, 13 Catholic Primary Schools, 1 Catholic Nusery School.

Two priests serve in the St Bede's College:
Principal              Fr William Neba
Chaplain             Fr Cletus Tita

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