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Monday, 06 September 2004

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Penwatts M

It is trite to talk about the suppression of free thought at the University of Buea. The ailing Vice Chancellor, Dr Dorothy Limunga Njeuma, is more preoccupied with maintaining the ruthless Biya regime in power.
The story of UB under Njeuma is that of repression, witch-hunting, voodooism, prebandalism and pure callous vindictiveness.
Staff and students who have tried to swim to the shores of academic freedom have been decapitated by Njeuma's guillotine.
Njeuma's story is symptomatic of a system that appoints politicians to head universities or force academics into politics once they are appointed to these supposed citadels of learning. I shedded tears when an otherwise fine academic like Prof Beban Chumbow, Rector of University of Yaounde I, started singing puerile and ridiculous songs for the Biya regime.
They believe the Biya regime is eternal. One of the most incredible things about history is that people hardly learn from history.
There is always a day of reckoning.

Anglobami

It is only in Cameroon that university faculty ranking or promotion is based on political activism rather than on academic achievement (publications). Dorothy Njeuma is a stooge of the system. She was dumped as vice minister of education because of incompetency, years ago, but now wants to improve her standing by suppressing those who will be rebuilding the country once the regime that shelters her is gone. Young and bright minds should not relent. To hell with dorothy njeuma.

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