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About me

Gender MALE
Industry Non-Profit
Occupation Professional author, Immigration expert, Public speaker. Human resource administrator, social work specialist in areas of cognitively deficiencies.
Location Portland, Maine, United States
Introduction Richard N. Afuma Biography My name is Richard Afuma, a naturalized American citizen from the lesser known West African nation of Cameroon. I was born posthumously in Cameroon's minority English speaking territory. Richard is not my birth name. My affectionate birth name is Ayeah Nsom, named after my mother's polygamous father. My 85 plus year old mother affectionately calls me Ayeah Nsom. I chose the name "Richard" for my Christian name when I was baptized under the illusion that I would one day become rich. I also wanted to share the same first name as Richard Nixon, American formal president. My friends teasingly called me Richard Nixon. I liked to be called Richard Nixon and encouraged them. I share the same birth day with Neil Armstrong, first person to walk on the moon and Patrick Erwing, retired basketball icon. Deeply private, personal, outgoing, Strong Christian upbringing and regular Church goer.
Interests Biking, walking, social gatherings, writing, public speaking, Assisting New immigrants
Favorite Movies Mrs. Doubt Fire, Pretty Woman, Lethal Weapon, Sister Act, Lord of the Ring Trilogy, The departed, Gangs in New York city, My left foot, Schindler’s List Jurassic Park, The Mission, Terminator.
Favorite Music Rock and Roll, R & B, Christian music, Hip Pop, Cameroon Makossa, Favorite Artists: The Eagles, Jimmy Cliff, Michael Jackson, Luther Vandros, The Beatles Zapplen, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Madonna.
Favorite Books The Python Trail: An Immigrant's Path from Cameroon to America, Angela's Ashes, Poisonwood Bible, The color of Water, The Holly Bible, The Harbinger, Pride and Prejudice, A Village of Waiting, Things Fall Apart, Disciples of Fortune.