In fact, Stephan has strengthened his relationship with the current owner of the cyber café who is willing to sell the space for less than anticipated - 1.75 million CFA (roughly US $3,700). In other words, the owner has agreed to sell the business and building under an installment plan that is $2,500 less than initially thought.
The 1st 500 000 CFA (US $1,050) was paid on 18 Mar 2014 (last week) signifying the transfer of responsibility of the business. This is a great step forward!
The 2nd 750 000 CFA (US $1,600) will be paid by 18 June 2014 (3 months from now).
The 3rd 500 000 CFA (US $1,050) will be paid by 18 Sept 2014 (6 months from now) upon which will result the transfer of the property through deed of sale.
We are not sure how the next couple of months will proceed, but all funds raised from here out will go toward the June 18th payment for the cyber café. An offline campaign is also in progress to raise awareness for the need to fund Marc Stephan's dream to empower the community of Bamenda.
> My connection is so slow that the standard version & hangout is not
> Is only on the web of G+ that load without Hangout.