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Tuesday, 26 April 2005

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R. DeSouza

It does not take a prophet to know that the UYI strike was to be called off prematurely, or if you prefer on grounds of baseless promises from a chronically untrustworthy government. There is an overflowing abundance of unkept promises in Cameroon, we don't really need any more. If students have the wisdom to revolt against deplorable academic conditions, they should have the courage to persevere for solutions to be made and not vain promises. Without being a prophet of doom, I said in my comment to last week's story about the strike that if the strike leaders were meeting with government officials, then the strike was destined for an early grave. And there goes the hopes of thousands of students! How I wish we could have dedicated leaders who hunger for solutions and not promises. And, don't quote me on this, nobody knows what sinister compromises were arranged behind closed doors.

God save Cameroon.

JP Tanyong

The Post, please get your facts right. No strike has been called off. The Minister of Higher Education and the Rector tried to bribe and harass the leaders. When they refused they circulated that lie over CRTV that the strike has been called off.

Pahtem  emmmanuel

I here call on my suffering brothers in the UYI to continue with their strikes even right to the point of the bayonette. Ontill the government calls for the scraping off of those illegal charges which he has permitted rectors and professors to squize out of the students to fill the gap created by the small salary the are paid. Cameroon is Known abroad for one major thing "Bribery and Corruption" Let the leaders not recieve a dime to distort the course of the strike. And let them remember they are fighting a right fight.

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