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Monday, 06 September 2004

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Martin Douala

Crude oil has never sold for 2.25 dollars per barrel since the end of World War Two ! What kick-back did Eding receive and who were his collaborators at SONARA and at SNH, Yaounde ? Dr. Moundi should be released to air his part of the scam.

Governments in developed countries regulate the business environment but generally refrain from owning busnesses for a good reason. Private citizens are smarter and will bait state-owned businesses into legitimate snares. Eding's foolishness at SONARA is less likely to occur in the private sector.

No GM is able to broker a 2.0 billion FCFA deal alone. Eding was the front man for a cabal of robbers stretching from Victoria to Yaounde. These filthy worms at SNH, Yaounde should now stick their heads out and be counted.

Martin


Mac

In the light of the context of the aforementioned, it does not suprise me at all. Cameroon top the chat of the most corrupt nations on earth.
Let il-luck hammer those government criminals for knowingly cause missery to innocent Cameroon citizens.
How can our country grow when a substential part of their capital is being embezzled and enriched foreign countries with.
Educated idiotic government officials should emancipate themselves from such unethical ways of doing things.

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