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"A driving success" Continued...

He parks the taxi from 2-3 PM each day, and also on Sunday, so he can be with his family and go to church. It was in Yaoundé that Go Kam became a Christian—in the Apostolic Church of Cameroon—and gave up drinking and cigarettes. His business and faith connect: “God worked in my life and then I was a different person—able to manage a business.”

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Rob Holmes
Rob Holmes

Rob is a translator and linguist in northern Africa. His five children love it when he reads to them and does “the voices,” especially in Hank the Cowdog. Rob is a graduate of the WORLD Journalism Institute's mid-career course. Follow Rob on Twitter @SouthernFlyer.

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