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Sylvie Vernyuy Njobati is recognised by the Woman Of The Month (WOTM )Magazine for her unwavering commitment to restoring cultural heritage and undoing the wrongs of the colonial era. Her exceptional deeds serve as an inspiration to many, to stand up for what is right and just, and to work towards a more equitable and just world. Watch here.  
Sylvie Vernyuy Njobati wanted to reconnect with her Cameroonian roots. She set off on an unexpected journey and reclaimed a sacred statue taken by the Germans some 120 years earlier.
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The Fon of Nso in Cameroon and his entourage visit the Ngonnso, a statue that carries great spiritual and cultural symbolism to his people. In his 7 day visit, he not only visited the Ngonnso but performed traditional rituals to reconnect the goddess to her people, as she was taken by Germany over 120years ago. RBB24 reports on this historic visit.

“The quest that began with the need of bring back Ngonnso will now advance to a quest to take back all the heritage that belongs to the African continent,” said Sylvie Njobati, Cameroon-born activist. “My intention is to rally young people, historians, researchers in a bid to have what is rightfully ours brought back. This is our heritage. Let the artifacts be brought back to us.”

“Bring Back Ngonnso,” a civil society initiative, has been campaigning for the statue’s return for years, as the Nso people say they have suffered misfortunes since the statue was stolen.

“The Ngonnso’ has a central role for the Nso, as she is considered a mother deity,” the foundation said in a statement.

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