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Friday, 22 April 2005


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Country People!

It was amazing that some MPs, who just got up from slumber are now realising they got to fight corruption.

Anyway it sounds good, for many of them are still in deep REM sleep, I wonder if those will ever get up. On the other hand it sounds stupid to me that MP's were waiting for a seminar highlighting corruption to hold for a squard to be formed. they are not strangers to corruption in Cameroon, they are part and parcel of the corruption itself, No apologies granted.

They just look for avenues to get together to harness strategies for smarter forms of embezzement, shame to them all. I wonder if there is any criteria for somebody to be an MP In Cameroon.I think is high time criteria a nd hence standards are been set. Popularity and Money shouldn't be the top most criteria, but been kwonledgeable enough.Whe you listen to some of them talk, you wonder if this people have a copy of the constitution let alone to have ever read a page of it.

For goodness sake, That is a house of legislators, the house from where decisions on how to rule/run the Country comes from. In a country where, 2/3 of the parlaimentarians are mediocres and the remaining third been mild to moderately mentally retarded, then one should expect just what we see in Cameroon.

All this reminds me of how the Last budget of the country was voted, A document that at the time of it been made to law, close to 50% of the law makers had not seen it and a Parliamentarians stands up to say, since the documents has been looked at by the president, nothing is wrong. My God!this was a statement that needed a nobel price, but these are the kinds of legislators we have.

Or how do you justify this, somebody is a mayor, a Paliamentariain, political Bereau Member and a business magnet, the same person is of no good intellectual standing. Then I wonder, how well all this works for good of Cameroon.

I am particularly sick of hearing Nonsense from Parliamentarians, same person has been the speaker for years still to end. I wonder where Cameroon is heading to.

Please the MP's should better stay quiet and eat the tax payer's hard earned money rather than making unnecessary noises.

God save us


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