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Monday, 22 November 2004

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neba funiba

What is happening to ENS Yaounde is just the tip of the iceberg of what is happening to Cameroon at-large; for example, the collapse of mungo bridge, the kumba-mamfe road to hell, ceaseless power outages leading to the use of "bushlamps" in hospitals (whoa!), the disappearance of people's lifetime savings from the postal savings accounts with no one held accountable, the arrogance of the murderer "fon saddam doh hussein gah" of balikumbat, biya's health and the condition of his not-so-new boeing 767, and so on, and so on. In the name of the much publicized peace-and-stability, the students of ENS Yaounde should stay put as does the docile citizenry. If the students of ENS Yaounde are protesting because of decaying infrastructure what should the students of ENS Bambili do? Anyway, ask those who keep sending motions of support and they will tell you that the man has achieved a lot in 22 years--a classic example of false consciousness and mindset of a frenchified people.

A. Che Mofor

Shameful to our educational authorities!

If they are not able to train future teachers correctly, how would they expect such teachers to teach their future pupils appropriately? It is a disgrace that the Director of ENS and the Minister of Higher Education do not even know about the available accomodation, yet they admit as many as they want, qualified, unqualified relatives and many Toms and Jicks. This is pure evidence of poor management, bad leadership and a falling system. It is just the beginning!

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