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Ma Mary

There seems to be a good English school in prison. Paul Biya would be a deserving student.

Kumbaboy

Very annoying that Tchiroma has studied English. I wish him a heavy Francophone accent and perhaps Mr Biya can appoint him Ambassador to London.

Fact: Francophone extremist Paul Biya who craves for a French speaking zone in Africa, has never appointed an Angloiphone as Ambassador to the UK.

The proud Cameroonian community here continues to be served by heavily accented Francophone bosses who share little with the population and have no ability to read an English newspaper.

UnitedstatesofAfrica

Immigration in France is tight these days. I will see where those block-headed Francophones in Cameroon would take their french to. IDIOTS!!

massamoyo

Hahahaha Kumba boy.

It should sound like a reminder to the rest of Cameroonians that an Anglophone(put it this way a Southern Cameroonian) has/will never be an Ambassador to Australia, Nigeria, UK,US, Canada, Liberia, Sierre Leone, Ghana etc in short in any Common Wealth country.

Tekum Mbeng

The anglophobic nature of the Paul Biya regime is a mere expression of the handicap of his generation.

They would love Cameroon to be known as a Francophone country "Cameroun". This great country is nothing but Francophone.

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