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Paul Tanyi

Please I will like to use this opportunity to commend the effort Barrister Stanislaus Ajong, lawyers are expected to protect the rights of the civil society. I believe he is poineer of this Cameroon. Rarely do you see institution been sued for justice.
Bravo Barrister Stanislaus Ajong.

Livie

Barrister Stanilaus, thank you for standing up on this matter. You are the messiah the thousands of Anglophone students who are descrimated against every year by Dorothy Njeuma and Crew in favour of Francophones have been waiting for.Keep up. God almighty will guard you through.

smartcalo

University education only began in Southern Cameroon in 1994 after our brothers put up a big fight in the congested Uniyao where most of them had no choice but to study in French. Even at Buea the determination to cheat fraustrate and discriminate against southern Cameroonians knows no limit. Barister Stanislaus is our Hero. Keep up the Fight!!

Smartcalo

Ace

Well the earlier we realize that our French pals are a danger to our Anglo-Saxon community the better. We must start getting this germ out of our system immidiately.

Johan Bels

Barrister Stanilaus,
Thank you for the good work.We di pray say make Papa God bless and for the distinguish service wey yo di give to we people , Anglophones. We di support you fully.

Johan Bells

Enow Ebot

Bravo Barister Ajong, this is exceptional. You will go down in history for this majestic gesture. We need to straigten up Dorothy.

titie

How can a quisling like Njoma be allowed to run such a school as precious as UB the way she wants?!These very francophones she admits at the expense of english-speaking students are rendering the standards of UB questionable here in Europe.Listen people,Limunga may get paid to admit francophones and give them all the preferential treatment.But in Europe,many schools are already questioning that english proficiency document from UB.Francophones with degrees from UB ARE NOT HAVING IT EASY HERE.This is because they are expected to read and
write,and present papers in english,and many of them can't keep up with the pace.Can someone else not replace that weary lady for Christ's sake?

kinsman

I WILL ALWAYS PRAY FOR U Mr Barister,Keep on fighting for the Anglophones Go will Guide u and i belive that one day we shall win,the fight ,Njoma may do what ever she want but soon she will meet her ancestor ,she came in sweden to stop the swedish Gov.from Given admission to some cameroonians ,but she should not be surprise to see that we look another way out .She will not live long that i belive ,and by the way who even give her all those right? Njoma if ur family is rich some of us r from a poor family ok so please we know that the Gov. is paying u well some of us who can´t have good job there in cameroon live us to do our bambé this way bad woman ,God will ponish u for all the bad things them weh u di do for Anglophones .U for protect we but u di trough sansan for our garry ,u no go live long u go see.

Felix

Please can someone explain all this to me in simpler language!? Does it mean that state institutions have to be dragged to court to remind them to respect the constitution of the country? It is really shameful to think that Madam (Njeuma) doesn’t know that she cannot be allowed to make statutes for a state institution which do not respect the supreme authority (I mean the constitution, NOT Paul Biya!) of the state. All this should really be the other round i.e. the state should be reminding individuals to respect the laws of the land!

agassy_mono

thank you barrister Stanislaus,for taking the bull by
the horn.this is an issue which had been a cause for concern for any right thinking anglophone cameroonian.It
is absurd to understand that our francophone counterpart
will be given the pride of place in U.B. at expense of the anglophone.Whose mother tongue is english.we hail you ,barrister ,for this wonderful gesture.KEEP THE BALL
ROLLING.you are the spokes man of the masses.
AGASSY MONO.

morgan

Since when did the university of Buea become a property of Dorothy Limunga Njeuma?It is very sad to see the amount of destruction this vicious woman is inflicting not just to the image of that institution,but to the whole anglophone community.Yet we just let her carry on as if she was a goddess.She may have been dragged to court,but that is not enough.I think Anglophones deserve an apology from Madam Njeuma.

Ambe Johnson

When this story first broke, I argued in these pages that: "... if UB authorities believe that a 2-month crash course is enough for Francophones to cope with the language demands at the university, then the same should apply to Anglophones. So let's level the playing field and have all those who do not meet the standard (anglophone or francophone)to go through the crash course and take the required tests. If they fail, they go elsewhere. If they pass, then they can become part of UB because they have taken care of their defficiencies."

So I am all for this legal action and I hope it succeeds. That said, I will like to make one clarification here. It is University of Buea statutes and NOT Mrs. Njeuma which define admission policies. So the personal attacks on the VC are really out of place. It is one thing to legally challenge an existing LAW which we find abhorent. But it is a totally different issue to launch on ad hominem attacks that do not advance the debate in any way, shape or form. Mrs. Njeuma is in court not because she made the law or acted against existing statutes but because she is the head of the institution where that law is applied. The same case if the VC was Bate Besong or Bole Butake...

Let us not blur a real issue by needlessly personalizing the debate.
AJ

Eno Ayuk

I am happy for this aligation levied to the University
authority.it is too much lets call a spade a spade.Njeuma has turned that university into her personnal into her personal institution by doing what she likes.I am a student in Sweden and I know the damage that Njeuma has caused for Cameroon students by sending coment letters to stop admitting students where as the universit its self needs some of us with international background and scope of studies to contribute to the grwoth of education in the nation.I am ashamed of her attitude.If she feels anglophones who have studied english throughout their life cannot study in the university but decides to admit Francophones who have just been tought for two months then the she is a fool with capital F.

Che Eric

Hi All,
Dragging UB to court to force the authorities to begin admitting anglophone students into the UB special English course given to francophones is a good development.

Fighting the issue of fake certificates by the UB authorities is another thing. I believe that Njeuma simply wanted schools abroad to check with them before admitting anyone with a degree from UB. That to me is a laudable initiative. I know a lot of Cameroonians who are studying in Sweden with degrees from UB. If you were not admitted because your papers were doubted it means you simply printed that stuff around Molyko.U guys are tarnishing the image of UB abroad. Njeuma should go ahead and set up a website that has the credentials of all UB's graduate in order to stamp out the production of fake certificates.Man, go back to UB and face the Tasoh's in Management, Kwala in Mathematics and Ngoh in history before you brag with the paper at hand.

UB, remains the best managed univisity in Cameroon.
Che Eric,
Boston, USA

Alain Talla

Let's keep things straight here folks.
Cameroon is a free country and any Cameroonian should be allowed to study wherever they like to.
Sure, there's some lack of fairness with English-Speaking University of Buea(UB) applicants. The truth, however, is that if you are looking for those that speak English the least, chances are, they would not all be the so-called 'francophones'. For a testimony, just sit in an English(ENG) 101/102 class and sample some grades. I know of several 'anglophones' that have been going to their 'francophone' friends to edit/proofread their ENG 101/102 assignments for(without the 'francophones' being English majors, necessarily!!!). It's incredible you know. To me this is a clear signal of a serious underlying problem that needs to be addressed squarelly.
That's why I agree that everyone should be allowed to make-up their deficiencies in the English language (through ,say, the holidays crash-course), be they 'francophone' or 'anglophone'.
Nonetheless, please do not lead the debate astray by claiming that 'UB should be for anglophones'. That would jeopardize social peace. Neither Cameroon nor UB needs such a useless publicity.
The administration of the university has done s superb job so far and much more is yet to be done. Amongst others, it's rather shameful that no school in Cameroon is present on the web. A presence on the web, I strongly believe, would go a long way to give even more credit to the school system, in this era of information technology.
Together, please let's call for justice to prevail and for the whole country to get in line with the world wide development trend.

JB Samba

Mr. Talla,
I think you have gotten the arguement all wrong. The case is not thatUB should be for anglophones per se. Rather it is that a level ground should be created for Anglophone and francophone applicants.

You have told a blattant lie by saying and I quote "I know of several 'anglophones' that have been going to their 'francophone' friends to edit/proofread their ENG 101/102 assignments for(without the 'francophones' being English majors, necessarily!!!). "

I don't know of any such assignments in ENG101 or 102. You are right to say that the langauge power of some anglophones is questionable, but you should not try to justify your ascertion with lies. By the way which ENG101/ENG102 assignments are you talking about that anglophone students in UB go to francophone students to get proofread. If you have sympathy with francophones or identify with them, look for a better premise to back their case and not try to dirty anglophone students. As far as I am concerned (which is of course true), francophone students are a serious threat to the credibility of the anglo-saxon system of educaton at UB.

Alain Talla

Dear Samba:
What do you mean by 'a threat'? would you please be more specific? I very much appreciate your acknowledging the 'questionable' character of the English language of some 'anglophone' students. We do agree on that. We also agree on the fact that the same rule should be applied to all aplicants.
However, I don't think you want me to cite names for you to be convinced. Please note (on passing) that I'm not reporting things I was told but that I witnessed. I'm not so sure which grounds you are argueing on; I hope you know the UB we are talking about, that you have been there and hence are acquinted with the practices that go on there. For your information, there are basic English language classes offered for all students. In these classes, students are assigned homework consisting in writing papers or compositions on different topics.
At the end, I invite you to read your reply for it seems to me it's got some contradictions. You fail to provide evidence to support your points. I'm sorry but we can't just rely on your 'feelings'. Please provide facts and quit calling others liers. It's not because you think some people constitute a threat thatit's necesarily the case!

JB Samba

Mr. Talla,
In as much as I don't have much time to dwell on this matter, I want you to understand that I am commenting based on an eye witness account. I might be in New York now but I left Buea just five months ago. I maintain it that your ascertion that anglophone students go to francophone students to proofread their assignments is a blatant lie.

Morgan

It is a beautiful thing that most people would on an even ground for everyone at UB.Some francophones students have good command of the english language,but i don't think it is simply thanks to the two months course they undertake prior to studying at UB.
Ambe Johnson,stop confusing the whole thing!How can you claim to clarify something you know almost nothing about?If you knew how that school functions,then you would never utter such an empty remark,"needlessly personalizing the issue".
The law you talk about was made to serve the University,and Njeuma was a key factor when that law was established.Today,that same law is all about Njeuma since she wants to turn that place into a political machine to befit lugubrious administrators like herself.If Ambe Johnson thinks it is not Njeuma who admits students,can he tell the world if there's any reason why that lady has condoned the literally chasing away of a plethora of anglophone students and teachers from UB,whilst francophones are favored with an english course?Isn't this typical?Mrs Dorothy Limunga Njeuma should be held accountable,and she should be found guilty because she is guilty.

Rolfney Ekane

Whilst i back a quota system,i personally would suggest a fair chance for all at UB,and this must take effect without delay if ever that school is to survive.
Madame Njeuma is by far the most prominent administrator at UB,and thus she can either construct or destroy the school by her choices.I personally am profoundly concerned about the current happenings at that university.Though i never attended UB,i am saddened by Njeuma's keen ambition to spatter the bright surface of that baby school with mud.It is rumoured that Njeuma came to Sweden in a desperate attempt to soil the image of graduates from UB.At every major school you go today in this beautiful kingdom,you find flyers that says degrees have been frauded from UB!Even those who truly graduated from UB are looked upon with disdain in this country.This short-sighted move by Dorothy has had a very devastating effect on the image of that University.The Swedish academy describes UB as Fuskar universitetet(The university of fraud).How miserable!
It beats me how Che Eric can boastfully describe UB as the best managed university in the country!Is that satifactory enough to you Eric?I don't agree with you,and i am definitely not satisfied with that assessment of yours.I think UB can even be better if Njeuma and Herbert Endeley would explain how confidential university documents got into the hands of Ibo traders in Lagos,and sauveteurs in Douala.Can all this crime happen at UB without their knowledge?That's impossible.
Eric,you say you know guys from UB that are studying here.What you may not know is that today there are alot more traders and whores from Africa with degrees,transcripts,and english proficiency documentaion from UB out there.These documents have the seal of the university of Buea,aswell as the signature of Herbert Endeley.Who then is to be held accountable?Lucky enough some of us from home have not only done all of our higher learning here,but have excelled.And we have earned credibility from the Swedish academy.
As a statesman,i'd like to encourage the Swedish foreign affairs ministry to issue a kallelse(summon)to both Mrs. Njeuma,and Herbert Endeley(PHD).If they fail to show up willingly,we will work with the Social Democratic party in power to set press on the goverment to have both persons arrested and extradited to Sweden to face charges at the Swedish high court.If they must save the image of UB,then it will be at their best interest to travel to Sweden where they will have to give bountiful explanation about how these fraud degree issue came about.This is our take on the issue.

titie

The university of Buea was established as an institution that would lessen the plight of Anglophone students in Cameroon.So how come Njeuma would by-pass these scholars,and choose to encourage french-speaking students' entry into UB.Francophones have alot more universities in the country to choose from!
I don't think this is an arena for an ignorant fellow like Che Eric to claim that UB is the most well-managed university in Cameroon.How does he expect Western Universities to get in touch with UB when they don't even have a web-site?!Che Eric says he resides in Boston.How wonderful!I want to challenge him if at all he's got the means,to pick up his phone and try to contact UB and sees if he succeeds.
Universities abroad have alot of work to do,and if UB,hence Njeuma(administrative boss),cannot make the university of Buea reachable with ease,then i think UB is at a great loss.

Neba Funiba

When Cameroonians go to Russia or Germany to study they are subjected to the same language requirements be they Anglophones or Francophones. All students should be subjected to the same language requirements at Buea University. Now, which public university in Cameroon is properly run, are you kidding me? You can earn a PH.D and become a full professor in any of the public universities in Cameroon without any major publications as long as you can abandon classes and go out to campaign and rig elections in your village or in assigned areas in favor of CPDM candidates--is this a lie?. How do you think jokers like Awing boy, Peter Abety, and agence provocateur, Agbor Tabi became professors?. Which of those university rectors in Cameroon including njeuma limunga was selected based on publications and by a search committee of respected scholars? The public university system in Cameroon has been heavily politicized and discredited. (Read the interview granted by Prof. Francis Nyamnjoh on this website.) Think about this, President Obasanjo of Nigeria cannot appoint the chancellor of the University of Ibadan or Lagos or Ife, etc. (look at universities in the US, Europe, Australia, and Japan).

JB Sambah

Thank you Neba Funiba for that piece.

UB might have been the best University in the country and is still the best University in the Country. If someone can stand up to tell the world that it is thanks to Dr (Mrs) Dorothy Limunga N, then it is a big lie. In fact what Madam VC has been and is still doing is to bring UB down until it levels off with other State Universities. If I were to vote the best University Manager in Cameroon. My vote will go to Prof. Beban Sammy Chumbo (and any other person who is aware of the state of cameroon Universities will do same). Take a reflection of what UB was when Prof Chumbo was Deputy VC, and the trail this Professor to The Universities of Dschang, Ngoundere and now Yaounde I, you will see what I mean.
UB is dwindling in the number of teaching staff every day. No faculty member at UB wants to stay all because of Bad management on the part of Madam VC and her peers. You need to identify with her to get promoted, recruited etc.
While Biya is spending Cameroon money of planes, Madam is spending UB money on making useless and aimless trips to Sweden to discredit Ub that the degrees graduates are using in Sweden are fake without even giving a second thought of the effect on genuine UB graduates in general and UB in particular.
We need to call on God to rescue Ub from the hands of Madam VC.

Arnold

When someone is in power for too long,he or she usually gets obsessed with it.Power socialises people to negligence and corruptive tendencies,and every ambitious institution can easily be brought to a halt, unless something is done.
Why has Mrs.Njeuma been left as the administrative queen at the Buea university for so long,and yet that school is without a web-site?!That's scandalous and pitiful.
The reason why anglophone students have not had a fair chance at UB simply indicates that laisser-fair attitude on the part of anglophone students and parents alike.Thank God,there are afew people that are smart enough to challenge the devil out of scalliwags that are bent on bringing misery to anglophones for their own egocentric gains.Hats-off to you Barister Ajong!
Thanks alot statesman Rolfney for opening our eyes to this new,but burning issue.Please don't relent in your efforts.It is easy for people to say documents were printed in Molyko,but when you can't distinguish between transcripts that were signed at UB,and those that weren't,then you can hardly convince a white man.
Here in Canada,we've been hearing about those fraud papers from UB for the past three years!Does this mean Njeuma was unaware?Graduates of UB in Sweden,please keep up the good work.It is not Njeuma who will fix that battered image of your university,but YOU!
Let Dr.Mrs.Dorothy Limunga Njeuma swallow her pride,turn away from her arrogance,and resign.
People's eyes are open today,and UB shall never be the same again.

Michael Niba

It is quite amazing that we should blame Mrs. Njeuma for the use of fraudulent transcripts by people who falsely claim to have graduated from UB. Is it not the duty of that institution to ensure that these thugs who are destroying the name of UB be tracked down and dealt with accordingly? If you know your transcript is authentic and can stand the test of scrutiny of UB officials why worry whether Njeuma makes a trip to Sweden or not?

Just to make sure that we are all on the same page, here is a copy of the letter (found on the internet) that was sent to those institutions with a high rate of fraudulent UB transcripts. I would like to know if what is wrong with this proactive measure at a time when some academic misfits were destroying the name and reputation of UB:
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UNIVERSITY OF BUEA REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON
======= Peace – Work – Fatherland


PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

FORGED ATTESTATIONS AND TRANSCRIPTS

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Buea informs graduates and students of the University as well as education institutions and other organisations in Cameroon and elsewhere that there are forged attestations and transcripts of the University being used by some unscrupulous persons to seek for admission into institutions or employment.

To put a stop to this practice which tarnishes not only the image of this institution but also that of the nation, we would like to draw attention to the fact that only the Registrar of the University who is the custodian of students’ records is empowered to produce, sign, issue or authenticate attestations and transcripts (academic records) of students or graduates of the University.

The Vice-Chancellor further informs other institutions, organisations and establishments in Cameroon and elsewhere that Students’ Transcripts are never certified. They must be signed by the Registrar and must carry the dry seal of the University to be valid.

Consequently, graduates or students who need transcripts to apply to other institutions or to seek employment in other organisations in Cameroon and abroad are expected to apply to the University for the transcript, giving the full address of where this should be sent to. They will be responsible for the cost of production and transmission (stamped addressed envelopes or envelopes with prepaid postage coupons in cases of international courier services). All transcripts shall be transmitted directly by the University (that is from institution to institution).

Any graduate or student found guilty of falsifying academic documents will receive serious disciplinary sanctions from the University. This will not preclude legal action against him/her. Other persons perpetrating falsifications and forgeries of these documents will also be prosecuted.

The Vice-Chancellor calls on the general public and particularly educational institutions abroad to remain vigilant. They are free at all times to contact the Registrar of the University of Buea for verification purposes.

Buea, 01 July 2004.

Dorothy L. Njeuma
Vice-Chancellor

Anita Ako

Timely letter from the VC. She might be guilty of personalizing and probably de-professionalizing the administration at UB. However, with regards to this letter, she is irreprochable. Only those who are afraid of being caught with fake attestations would complain about this public announcement. If the cap fits...

Go Dorothy!!!

Che Eric

Hi all,
There is nothing wrong with the above release.
This is a step to fighting corruption in Cameroon. If you need a degree from UB, you just need to go there and be assess by guys like Kwala-Maths, Enow Mass-comm, Metuge in Management, Tasoh-Stats, Asongwe-Mgt, Jonny Fonyam-Law, Yenshu-Sociology, Ngoh-History and Jester Brown ENG 101 then can you boast that you had a paper from there.
Those complaining are the ones forging fake documents from left to right to tarnish the image of the institution.

Kelvin Kumbringu Kaba

Eric,
Stop the rubbish you write about reputable lecturers in Buea. You give the impression that they are out to make academics difficult for the students. Look,youngman, every right thinking lecturer (and i guess each of the sited names) is out to impact knowledge not to discourage students. It is the pride of these respectable gentlemen to see that, knowledge they impact is use by their students to foster not only their welbeing, but the world at large. Stop giving that impression about these respectable gentlemen. Rephrase your statements when mentioning the names respectable people in society. That said, fraud is not acceptable in any society but when it becomes excessive then measures have to be taken. I think the Statement by the V.C. is appropriate.
KKK

o.tebit

The Plaintiffs in the afore mentioned case have a very strong case.They are seeking redress from the Fako High Court for a statute as per university of Buea admission procedures which greatly puts anglophone applicants at a disadvantaged position in the application process.While an anglophone applicant has to study for a year to take and pass English Language at the GCE ordinary level,their francophone mates have to study and pass a two months course organised by the university.Its to this disparity that the plaintiffs are seeking redress.They are two ways to solve the issue in dispute.Either all francophone applicants are subjected to pass English Language at the GCE ordinary level or all anglophone applicants who donot have English Language at the GCE ordinary level are given a chance to study for the two months crash programme organised by the university.This will give all applicants a level field in the application process.If the plaintiffs win,they deserve laudable praise in thier pursuite for equity.If they lose,the university authourities still need to revise the statute in dispute.
As a graduate of this prestigious institution i will want us to keep our eyes on the ball and the issue in debate rather than levying all soughts of abuse on the vice chancellor Dorothy Njeuma.We should acknowledge and give her the credit she deserves as the pioneer vice chancellor of the lone anglo saxon university in cameroon.she has done a good job for 13 years making the university of Buea the most efficient and modern university in cameroon.she of course has her weaknesses,but comparing the university of Buea and the other five state universities,she has a pass mark.
On the issues of the letters sent to foreign universities,it is to combat fraud.The university authourities simply want foreign universities to confirm with them,transcripts issued by the university of Buea.Please donot get the VC wrong.If you genuinely graduated from UB,then you need not panick.

O.Tebit
York,England.

Jeff

As far as I am concerned (which is of course true), francophone students are a serious threat to the credibility of the anglo-saxon system of educaton at UB. They should always be ask English proficiency be4 gaining admission into this noble and well respected institution of ours. can you believe that i was ask to undertake the TSE(test of spoken English be4 i could be admitted in one university here in montana despite the fact that i graduated from this very noble institution? Njeuma has turned that university into her personnal into her personal institution by doing what she likes.I am a student in Sweden and I know the damage that Njeuma has caused for Cameroon students. She's really a moron with a capital M
Jeff
Montan - USA

Jeff

As far as I am concerned (which is of course true), francophone students are a serious threat to the credibility of the anglo-saxon system of educaton at UB. They should always be ask English proficiency be4 gaining admission into this noble and well respected institution of ours. can you believe that i was ask to undertake the TSE(test of spoken English be4 i could be admitted in one university here in montana despite the fact that i graduated from this very noble institution? Njeuma has turned that university into her personnal into her personal institution by doing what she likes.I am a student in Montana and I know the damage that Njeuma has caused for Cameroon students. She's really a moron with a capital M
Jeff
Montan - USA

JB Samba

Just to make a point of correction to a statement made by Mr. O. Tebit that "While an anglophone applicant has to study for a year to take and pass English Language at the GCE ordinary level,their francophone mates have to study and pass a two months course organised by the university".
I want to point out here that anglophones don't study for one year to take and pass the O'Level GCE. Rather the journey to taking and/or passing the GCE O'levels begins from the very first day and anlophone pupils steps into an anglophone Primary school. So we are talking about 12 YEARS of preparing for the exam and not 0NE YEAR. For UB to prefer a francophone of Equatoguinean with a two-month training to an Amglophone with 12-14 years training in the english langauge IS REDICULOUS.

Ajebe Michael; Santa Fe, California

Jeff,
If anyone is a moron... did the Montana authorities tell you that you were asked to take the TSE because of Njeuma? For your info, Cameroon is listed by the US Dept. of Education, and even the State department, as a French-speaking country. As a result, students from that country have to take the TSE. In fact, many universities (e.g. Northwestern University, IL) even require this test from students seeking graduate admission who are "non-native" English speakers (Nigeria, Ghana, etc).

Let's not digress from the issue at hand! And let us not misinform!

Marc Abena

http://www.ets.org/tse/

"The Test of Spoken English (TSE) measures the ability of nonnative speakers of English to communicate ORALLY in English. Performance on the TSE indicates their ability to communicate successfully in an academic or professional environment. TSE scores are used by many North American institutions of higher education to select international teaching assistants, sometimes called ITAs. The scores are also used for selecting and certifying health professionals, such as physicians, nurses, pharmacists, physical therapists, and veterinarians."
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COMMENT: The TSE is used mainly for non-native English speaking GRADUATE students who are likely to end up in a teaching position, to ensure that they can clearly understand SPOKEN American English and that their speech patterns can be understood by American students. It has little to do with profficiency in written english or comprehension. [See http://www.ets.org/tse/ for more details]

SO Mr. Jeff is the moron by implying that he was submitted to the TSE because of Njeuma. By trying so hard to destroy the VC we are instead ridiculing ourselves...

Martin Douala


Countrymen/women

This is an old debate, relevant and crucial for the future. French speakers should be encouraged and enabled to learn English but without disadvantaging English speaking students.

The University of Yaounde should broaden its scope and provide more teaching in English. The Ministry of Education should provide more English language teaching at secondary and primiary school levels in francophone provinces.

The future belongs to English. In the eighties, the French lowered the age at which English must be taught in primary schools in France.

Fraud in transcripts is a world problem. There are fora and inter-university media where those issues are addressed. UB does not need to issue public announcements.

It is crazy for any Third World country to spend money training historians and geographers. That is wasted resources. Focus on sciences, business development and management, law and creative arts. We should be working on those things that expand the economy - the source of well-paying jobs. Every students must study languages and do well.

Martin Douala

Martin Douala

Countrymen/women

This is an old debate, relevant and crucial for the future. French speakers should be encouraged and enabled to learn English but without disadvantaging English speaking students.

The University of Yaounde should broaden its scope and provide more teaching in English. The Ministry of Education should provide more English language teaching at secondary and primiary school levels in francophone provinces.

The future belongs to English. In the eighties, the French lowered the age at which English must be taught in primary schools in France.

Fraud in transcripts is a world problem. There are fora and inter-university media where those issues are addressed. UB does not need to issue public announcements.

It is crazy for any Third World country to spend money training historians and geographers. That is wasted resources. Focus on sciences, business development and management, law and creative arts. We should be working on those things that expand the economy - the source of well-paying jobs. Every students must study languages and do well.

Martin Douala

Franklin Mukete

UB administration should accept to undertake reforms and must be willing to dissociate itself from the political influence of the CPDM.Unless this is done,i am positive that Dr.Mrs.Dorothy Njeuma's legacy shall undoubtedly result in enormous technical problems for that institution.
Francophones must take the Ordinary Level english like everybody else,if they must study at UB,period.
Mrs.Njeuma's excursion to the kingdom was yet another robust blunder,an unwieldy manisfestation of pure academic satanism,with repercussions that might endanger the already battered credibility of UB even further.I demand to investigate the persons responsible for the decision to send Mrs.Njeuma to Sweden.Was it a calculated attempt to conceal the administration's short-comings?
Whilst i think it is a good thing to wipe out falsehood from the image of that memorable school,i wonder why it took this long for the administration to react.Moreover,the university of Buea must apologise to all those brilliant UB graduates in Scandinavia,and elsewhere whose credentials were brought to test thanks to the lack of vigilance by the very University of Buea.If some people think Mrs.Njeuma is irreproachable,let her explain why she(UB high command) never responded promptly to this issue that would have been cubbed for a long time.We know of people Professor Titangi sent to Sweden,and i am sure such people must have told the story a long time ago.Njeuma cannot therefore claim innocence in this issue!
The majority of Cameroonians that made their way to Sweden were never students,but thanks to UB's fraud link,they managed!And hordes of them just disappear on arrival.The real students are still there,fighting hard to erase that shattered image,and ofcourse educatiing themselves.They are the people that are threatening to prosecute Dr.Mrs.Njeuma.

Master.P

WHY should an Anglophone who have spent about 18
Years studying in English needs O/Levels English before getting Admission int UB?This is ILLEGAL.If an Anglophone has been studying for 18 Years in English,you need no English language requirements to get Admission into UB and vice versa to Francophones in French Universities.If we have our own languages other than English and French,this problem will have no chance to rock us.And this people have no such problems getting admission into their Universities.There are Universities in UK which only want you to show Proove that you have been studying through out in English ,not a pass mark at O/L.Bunkum!Why have we not our own Language?The point made by Ajebe that,in U.S,Cameroun is been listed by the Department of Education and the State Department as a FRENCH speaking Country is more
the reason Why Liberation is more wanted than all this Little solutions beign recommended.Something subtle is going on in UB.See the need for Liberation?WHY HAS THE U.S STATE DEPARTMENT LISTED CAMEROUN AS A FRENCH SPEAKING COUNTRY?Mr.AJEBE,CAN YOU HELP US WITH ANSWER?

johnny


Its unfortunate that this scandal tarnishes the reputation and image of those Ub graduates like myself who worked hard and genuinely earned their certificates there in Sweden.While the VC's attempt to stamp out fraud there in Sweden has had its negative effects I think its a bold step taken towards the the right direction.UB was created because of the plight faced by Anglophone students in Yaounde.The fact that students from French orientation in Cameroon are given preferential treatment is totally unacepted.

UB has for many years rejected Anglophone students because they lack OL english, and has admitted Francophone students after a two months intensive course.

The questions which bid my imagination are the following;How intensive and efficient is this Course?
Is OL English alone determinant of english proficiency?

I know of friends who had 22 at GCE AL but were turned down by UB because of this unreasonable policy. I think its high time this crap policy came to an end.There should be a fair chance for everybody.I think the mere fact that a man has studied in Cameroon from Nursery 1 to the advanced level in our englsih system there with proven certificates is ample proof that he can fit in at UB. Am sure he can absorb lectures and make his/her contributions in any lecture.

For those of u out there claiming that UB is for anglophones, I totally disagree with you guys. The UB is meant for all Cameroonians who are qualified to be admitted there.If Francophones come thee, its because they certainly admire UB and recognise it as the best in the country as yet.

What the Ub needs is a mangement which runs strictly preserving Anglo Cultural heritage.If Frogs come to our system they should be assimilated by it and not the contrary.The Ub needs to modernise,it needs a website for outsiders read what the UB offers.it needs a contact address e.g e-mail.For easy and fast communication. A man should be able to call the UB and get to Ub officials.it needs a library and above all science programmes. We are in an era where Science or technology changes like the weather does here in Europe.
It needs an effective mechanism which protects the issuing and detection of fake transcripts,attestations etc.This kind of fraud is possible because of bad elements working in this departments.

As concerns fraud,at UB I would say its just a reflection of all institutions of the country. Fraud abounds everywhere under the Goddamn Cameroon Peoples Destructive Movment. How could the UB be saved? How possible? Cameroon is sick, and as long as CPDM is there we shall suffer shame,impunity, from this Goddamn regime.

While UB has its shortcomings, there absolutely no doubt that it remains the best we have in Cameroon in the name of a university.
God bless u all

Linonge Thomas

The accusations against Dr.Mrs. Njeuma's privatizing the university of Buea have been very well substantiated,and are quite founded.If Ako Anita acknowledges this fact,how does she think that lady ought to be dealt with?
If Madam Njeuma was at a university here abroad,she would have been compelled to resign,and she knows that very well.She knows the hurt she's done to many families,just by unfairly denying their brilliant children on the grounds of english language.We are talking of thousands of Anglophone students who were never given a second chance at UB.My 'o-level english language for all'advocacy at UB must be enforced.
If it is investigated and proven that BOTH Mrs.Njeuma,and Herbert Nganjo Endeley condoned the fraud scandal that is affecting graduates world-wide,then let them be severely punished.Discipline must start from above,and nobody is above the law.

Bawak

Why do people blame innocent francophone students who are just enjoying the benefits of a pseudo and redundant UB administration that is jammed with greedy politicians?
O.Tebit,UB is not an efficient university,and it is far from being a mordern university!Stop being complacent by always comparing UB to the other fictitious schools in the country.If you truly love UB as u seem to imply,then you would hope for the school to be like one of those in the UK.That's the way a school grows,and not by people chanting unwarranted praises to the 13 years of lackadaisical style administration of retrogressive thinkers such as VC Njeuma.Someone said UB needed reforms,and i think that was very constructive.It is high time that garbage at UB STOP.
Master P,nothing at UB is seen as ILLEGAL,as long as the UB administration isn't brought under thorough scrutiny.

Nkorni Katte

I think it is high time we become more creative.It will be expedient for Cameroon to come up with an English proficiency exam which will be an alternative to GCE for entrance to English speaking Universities.We can call it Cameroon test of English(CTE) . This exam should be of similar or higher standard than the TOEFL or the IELTS and should be conducted by Universities or Colleges as frequent as possible.
Students can study for a couple of weeks and sit for the exam . Those who have failed the GCE English language exam and Francophones will have to sit for the exam to have an acceptable pass before getting into University.
Provisional admissions could be granted while waiting for CTE results this will solve lots of problems . CTE should be given the same status as TOEFL or IELTS to ease admission of Cameroonian students to foreign Universities.
To be frank there is a problem of the usage of good English in Cameroon.Most of us especially Anglophones have not hade a good mastery of the English Language.
This is the result of very poor teaching in Secondary school. Teachers of English should sit up and decide to do a good job.
I realised that Francophones because of the rigor of French grammar could write better papers with less mistakes than many anglophones.
Every educated Cameroonian should be ready to study in English or English . We should take the languages seriously, anglophones should not find Buea as a place to escape French. Thank God for FRE 101/102 a doctor do good for many in UB.
These languages are a part of our rich heritage and we should be zealous to be competent in them.
We are proud to say we are a Bilingual Country ,but countless of anglophones shy from French .This is a very irresponsible behaviour.
Most of us study now in Sweden. Sweden is not officially Bilingual but, they have adopted English as second language and use the English Language in Countless of University courses, why should Anglophones in Cameroon complain if they have to study in French.
Cameroonian children should be prepared during secondary school days to be proficient in both French and English.

Nkorni Katte

I think it is high time we become more creative.It will be expedient for Cameroon to come up with an English proficiency exam which will be an alternative to GCE for entrance to English speaking Universities.We can call it Cameroon test of English(CTE) . This exam should be of similar or higher standard than the TOEFL or the IELTS and should be conducted by Universities or Colleges as frequent as possible.
Students can study for a couple of weeks and sit for the exam . Those who have failed the GCE English language exam and Francophones will have to sit for the exam to have an acceptable pass before getting into University.
Provisional admissions could be granted while waiting for CTE results this will solve lots of problems . CTE should be given the same status as TOEFL or IELTS to ease admission of Cameroonian students to foreign Universities.
To be frank there is a problem of the usage of good English in Cameroon.Most of us especially Anglophones have not hade a good mastery of the English Language.
This is the result of very poor teaching in Secondary school. Teachers of English should sit up and decide to do a good job.
I realised that Francophones because of the rigor of French grammar could write better papers with less mistakes than many anglophones.
Every educated Cameroonian should be ready to study in English or English . We should take the languages seriously, anglophones should not find Buea as a place to escape French. Thank God for FRE 101/102 a doctor do good for many in UB.
These languages are a part of our rich heritage and we should be zealous to be competent in them.
We are proud to say we are a Bilingual Country ,but countless of anglophones shy from French .This is a very irresponsible behaviour.
Most of us study now in Sweden. Sweden is not officially Bilingual but, they have adopted English as second language and use the English Language in Countless of University courses, why should Anglophones in Cameroon complain if they have to study in French?
Cameroonian children should be prepared during secondary school days to be proficient in both French and English.

Paneng Edmond, Boston

Mr. "linonge Thomas" (what a convenient name!) writes:
"If it is investigated and proven that BOTH Mrs.Njeuma,and Herbert Nganjo Endeley condoned the fraud scandal that is affecting graduates world-wide,then let them be severely punished."

First of all, can anyone show me ONE legitimate UB graduate who was refused admission into any university out of Cameroon SOLELY because of the warning from the VC that some transcripts allegedly from UB were fake? NONE!!! Again, anyone with clean hands would not be concerned about this. There are UB students in some of the best universities in Europe and Africa, and in Ivy league institutions in the US, and none of these top-notch students were turned away. All that happened was that their transcripts were closely scrutinized, which is normal for foreign academic credentials. I should know because I am one of these students who gained admission into an Ivy League school AFTER the VC's public announcement.

And why is it that this scandal issue seems to concern mostly those in Sweden, and why did the VC have to make a trip to that country? Simple: Because that is where a massive fraud ring was uncovered; a rign mad eup of UB drop outs and rogues from Anglophone cameroon who can barely spell their own names. A a similar ring, concerning UNIYAO was unearthed in Russia a few years back.

We Cameroonians like to sweep bad news under the carpet and pretend all is fine. Well, no more!!! These academic misfits, not the VC, are the ones giving UB a bad name. They will be tracked down and smoked out wherever they are. Man no run!!!!!

Linonge T.

There is nothing wrong with Madam's move,my friend.If anything,i simply fear that she may have done the right thing in the wrong way.Ofcourse the administration needed to take such a pragmatic step,but you ought to be a retard not to question the reason why this issue was allowed,if not encouraged or even sponsored(by some academic misfits within the UB Administration)for over 3 years!And you pretend to sound so patriotic!
I would advice you to refrain from getting submerged by your emotions when you write on such an issue that deserves profound investigation.You say you read at one Ivy-league school,and yet your lack of right judgement makes one wonder what you are really teaching yourself out there!Sweden is a heavy-weight when it gets to higher learning,and sooner or later,it shall be a place where many diligent students from Cameroon will get their doctorate degrees.So if you are a good and true student from UB,THEN YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND YOUR NICHE IN SWEDEN.
Your lack of right judgement is clearly visible in the manner in which you share the same mind-set as Mrs.Njeuma.And that is where she did wrong!She ought to go to Sweden,try to get the students together and talk them into a concerted effort to fighting off this issue.If you think because the scandal was uncovered in Sweden,so every Cameroonian studying there is a 'UB drop-out,or a rogue from Anglophone Cameroon',then i think you got a brain of a 3 year old kid.Besides,many francophones made their way there aswell,still with papers from UB!
Tell me,if this same scandal occured at the Ivy-school where you read,what would be the first thing to do?You talk of transcripts being scrutinized,yea,that happens everywhere.Wouldn't the school authority be scrutinized as well if there was a fraud scandal at stake?
The fact that this thing happened at UB for so long simply indicates much laisser-faire which shouldn't be tolerated.Your judement is quite weak,Edmond.A distinction must be made between true UB graduates and adventurers.

Tossam Agim

We cannot always hold people responsible for rendering perfect accounts of everything they do,therefore what happens before we qualify an individual or groups of people to a level of greatness remains a matter of high objectivity on our part. This means that everything is based on an analysis of certain extent.
To begin with, aggreeing or disaggreeing to ceratin points made on this constructive site are very relative, for instance, if I revisit a point made by someone stating that UB remains the best managed University , then we have to examined that within context and that context is Cameroon. Therefore we need to give credits where the belong and take them from where wrongfully allocated.Its obvious that Madam Njeuma is running the university with an iron grib which offcourse has reduced the standards of the University from academic institution to a political one ,its prestige disappearing so fast from when it was created some 12 years ago, young and qualified lecturers leaving just to allowed masters degree holders to assume positions of Departmental Heads.Again these misfortunes of Madam Njeuma's adminsitration should not be associated with the uncruspolous behavious of some Cameroonians students in Sweden who have decided to trade in UB credentials.Once I tried to questioned the acts of such people because of the love and concern I have for the University of Buea but I got a threat on my ass,"don't always try to question how people make a leaving here in Europe" these so called "doki men" make millions in this business, Universities not only in Sweden though Sweden remains the base of these Pioneer business fellow are fed up with unqualified foreign Hair Dressers,hawkers,prostitutes,buyam sellams,etc all in the name of students from Cameroon holding First class Honours Degrees from UB. Are we gonna hold Njuema responsible for that?
May be we hold her responsible for the lack of qualified teaching staff, falling standards of the University, lack of an outspoken student union united in spirit to promote the development of students rights.
What I am most ashamed of when it concerns the University of Buea, well for those of us who have passed through UB or have an idea what it takes to constitute part of a University Hierarchy is the fact that,Njuema is a PhD holder boldly printed on the piece of paper issued to us after graduation in the name of Attestation,even in neigboring Nigeria, she may not even be qualified to head a Department let alone a position in the Central Administration, but she is Vice chancellor assisted by well appreciated Professors like Titanji, Emmanuel Chia and Chumbo Sammy (like before). It is already down grading for UB graduates sending certified copies of those papers to foreign Universities like in Europe or America applying for places to further their education. Promotions within University settings are based on merits and has always been so.UB is no exception.

Tossam A.G
University of Helsinki-Finland

Ramatou Bouba

http://www.brownalumnimagazine.com/storydetail.cfm?ID=2013
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Co-opted into Government: Dorothy Njeuma ’66
Bringing higher education to an African homeland.

By Zachary Block ’99 (Brown Alumni Magazine, 2003)

Dorothy Njeuma always planned to return to her native Cameroon after college. What she didn’t anticipate, she says, was the phone call she received from the country’s president one day in 1975 asking her to leave her job as a biology lecturer at the University of Yaoundé, Cameroon’s only college, to become the first female vice minister of education. Thus, she jokes, she was “co-opted” into government. “It wasn’t something that I had ever thought of doing,” she says. Njeuma went on to serve in the ministry for ten years, formulating policy for Cameron’s education system, from nursery school to university, and spearheading the adoption of a national educational-testing system.

In 1987, Njeuma was appointed to lead the Buea University Centre, a small training school for translators and interpreters with about sixty students. In 1993, despite an economic crisis in the country, Njeuma was asked to lead the school’s development into a full-fledged university. Today, the University of Buea’s enrollment tops 7,000 students, 51 percent of them women. The school, which now offers twenty-nine degree programs, is the country’s only public English-language university and is widely regarded as Cameroon’s most efficiently run institution of higher education. In 1999, Njeuma was named the country’s “best female public manager of the year.”

Njeuma grew up one of eleven children in Buea, a small town at the base of Mt. Cameroon in the southwestern part of the country. Njeuma’s father was a postmaster, while her mother—one of her father’s four wives—worked as a teacher. Because there were no secondary schools for girls in the country back then, Njeuma was sent to Nigeria to continue her education. In 1962 she won a scholarship to attend college in the United States. She was the only woman among the fifteen students from her country chosen for the honor. Njeuma says she was assigned to Pembroke, where she studied biology. By 1970, she had earned her Ph.D. in zoology from University College London.

A distinguished tennis player, Njeuma was the captain of the Pembroke tennis team during her senior year and competed as a member of the Cameroon national team at the African Tennis Championships in 1974. In 1986, the year after she left government service, she became her country’s national women’s tennis champion.

Over the years, Njeuma has been recognized internationally for her leadership in education. She serves as vice president of the Association of African Universities and is a member of the governing board of the United Nations University. She continues to serve as an adviser to Cameroon’s current president, Paul Biya, and chairs a committee made up of the heads of the country’s six state-owned universities.

A decade after launching the University of Buea, Njeuma, who is married to a well-known historian and has two grown daughters, says she looks forward to a time when she can concentrate her efforts on general education issues and community work. “Well, retirement is officially at sixty-five,” says the fifty-nine-year-old Njeuma. “But I would be glad to retire any time now.”

Manka Esther

So, according to Mr. Tossam in Sweden, UB degrees are not worth the paper they are printed on because they are signed by Dr. Njeuma, who, according to him, would not even get a regular administrative job in a Nigerian university for lack of credentials?! Haba!

A random check on the Internet brought up the following facts about the UB VC; facts that show that she can hold her own anywhere in the world and that she is quite qualified to be the VC in Buea. That her methods are contested is a different thing altogether:

Dorothy Njeuma in brief:
- Associate professor faculty of science, University of Yaounde since 1970;
- Rhode Scholar;
- Fulbright Scholar;
- Member of the NEPAD African Peer Review Mechanism Panel of Eminent Persons;
- Vice President, Association of African Universities;
- Member of the Forum for African Women Educationalists;
- Member the Third World Organisation of Women in Science;
- Member United Nations University Council;
- well published in the field of higher education, especially education policy in Cameroon.

Whatever her shortcomings (and she has many!) the stats show, without any doubt, that any African university will die to have an administrator with such an impressive calling card on its payroll.

So let's question the method, but please leave the credentials alone!!!

F.Elomba

The VC's curriculum vitae looks quite impressive!But for Manka Esther to say that any African university WILL die to hire Dr.Mrs.Njeuma's services is an over-statement.I think it is just thanks to out-right ignorance that some people back home ALWAYS think they are the best.
Whilst i disagree with Tossam's assertion that Mrs.Njeuma's(PHD)signature undermines the transcripts of graduates,i'd like to say Tossam is right about the fact that the VC may not qualify to head a department in other countries.This is because,out of Cameroon,competition is keen,and you are chosen for a post because of your capability,and not owing to your political party affiliation.Esther,if it were truly based on credentials,i just don't think Dr.Mrs.Njeuma would be at UB high command's top post.

Peter

Why would Dr.Mrs.Dorothy Limunga Njeuma be glad to retire anytime now?And she is only 59!Abroad,professors are quite happy to share knowledge even up to ages past 65!Anyway,it is perfectly normal for a person who has been struggling between politics and academics to become so exhausted and confused the way Mrs.Njeuma must be right now.Why doesn't she resign from academics,and save herself all the blunder and insult?She has always preferred politics,so it will be wise for her to choose that far more relaxed life of a politician,than to keep on blocking the aspirations of ambitious young men and women.

PAPA AJASCO

WHY PIPO NO DI MIND THEIR BIZNESS,FOR SAY DEY DI WAKA DI SET WITH DOCKY PIPO FOR NO GOOD REASON,I SAY EY NA PROPLEM FOR FINDAM HELEP YA SKIN DEY,MA PIPO WHY PIPO NO DI UNDERSTAND SAY WE DI TRY FOR SURVIVE ,HELEP WHO OWN BROTHA MAY DEY FALL BUSH,EVEN IF DOCKY CORRECT OR NOT BUT WE DI BEG WUNNA SAY,IF MAN FALL CHUKU FOR DOCKY MAY I KNOW SAY ERREUR FOR MBUTUKU NA DAMAY FOR NDOZ,SO IF YOU DI TREAT WITH WE,KNOW SAY NA RISK 50/50.PRAY FOR WE

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