Traditional Ruler of Batoke Village, Cameroon is 4th G.O.D. Awards' 2016 Royal Man of Central Africa
Princess Maria Amor, founder and president of We Care for Humanity (WCH) and creator of the Global Officials of Dignity (G.O.D.) Awards announced the recipient of the Royal Man of Central Africa none other than His Royal Highness Molive Molungu Otto, the Traditional Ruler of Batoke Village of South West Region, Republic of Cameroon.
"We admire the advocacy of His Royal Highness Molive to empower women in his village. According to him, his chiefdom is organized in such a way that women could be seen in all decision structures of his village which is an exceptional quality of a noble ruler. That is why without a doubt, HRH Molive is the Royal Man of Central Africa", stated Princess Maria.
Molive will be honored at the 4th Global Officials of Dignity Awards(G.O.D. Awards) and scheduled to speak at the 3rd WCH Humanitarian Summit on August 17-19, 2016 at the Delegates Dining Room, United Nations Headquarters, New York. Both flagship events are organized by We Care for Humanity and its philanthropic partners: SREI Foundation, J & B Medical Company, HWPL and China-US Business Association.
About HRH Molive Molungu Otto:
His Royal Highness Molive Molungu Otto is the Traditional Ruler of Batoke Village and the President of Limbe Chiefs Conference.He is also the Public Relation Officer of Pan African Council of Traditional Rulers and Native Authority with office in Cotonou-Benin Republic. Otto is also a Member Local Committee for the follow-up of Projects for the organization of African Female Nation Cup 2016/2019 in Limbe South West Region of Cameroon. He received various awards such as the Best Traditional Ruler of the Republic of Cameroon in 2014; L'Essentiel Awards; Most Outstanding Traditional Ruler for Humanitarian and Developmental Activities CAMASEJ award, 2016 and still counting,