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Monday, 30 May 2005

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Edwin

Hail the Mayor and KUDOS to the Minister. Though late, no solution is really late. The message went across and HAIL UB students. U have just proven that bullets, despite their speed and annihilating tendencies, can succumb to natural forces and finally drop down. I am proud of u guys. Go back to class and make UB the place to be again.

And to the Mayor,i know this may start some rumour mongering and backstabbing with u as the subject. One advice, damn it! U have played ur role (a brilliant move expected of u) and be proud about it. The Governor should take lessons from u. That is why i begin to wonder why Governors are not elected. T.E. Mbonda will surely get a negative vote in such an election. In fact, he shouldn't vote for himself.

UBSU, congrats! U have proven that , u can manage a crisis situation. This is the time for stock taking. Rethink your strategies to suite peace and remember, u were formed spontaneously and in a crisis situation. Unless u put "things" really straight, u would only strife in crisis. This is the time for the leaders to get back to the drawing board and come up with a union that can manage peace.

Once more, "Cheerio" to all those who stood their grounds for a just course. I am celebrating too though i wasn't there with u guys. Goodluck on your education and forward ever!

paolo  rossi

i didnt hear the police officcers who sut the students
to be tried and punished, instead someone was asking for
a review of officer training, what a slap inthe bush?

Samuel Batumbu

Congrats to mayor Mbella Moki. The first time i met you i saw in you a soft and brilliant political figure.Keep on with your good work. Only guys like you can give the people trust and hope. May God bless you.

jokwi Jude Lenjo

Hail The Post, Hail the Mayor and the Minister.
The The Post for its exhaustive and objective coverage.
The Mayor for his tact and understanding of students problems.
The Minister for refusing to condone dictatorial hangover from the Ahidjo/Biya junta embodied in Njeuma.
And for the smart photograper of the Post; Eta Orock, More grese to your elbows. You took wonderful snapshots that made the nation/ diaspora live the unfortunate events in Buea on a minute by minute basis.
Hail the UB students' leadership for dymystyfying Njeuma. You guys have set a good precedence. Never again will an individual be allowed to toil with the collective destiny of a whole generation.

SEE HEREUNDER AN EXCEPT OF AND EARLIER PUBLICATION OF OROCK'S ORDEAL IN HIS BRAVERY AS A PHOTO JOURNALIST.
This Guy deserves our encouragement.

The Post's photographer had been snapping the action scenes. But the sweet eye of the camera turned sour when irate students, frightened by the prospect of being victimised by the university administration or government agents, realised that The Post photographer had snapped them in action, barracking the Registrar, Buea University, Herbert Endeley.At first, calmly, Orock Eta trod the grass growing over the rocks that surround the Open Air Amphi, then increased his steps. Agitating students ran after him and surrounded him and cried for blood. It was only after a long bargain that the students released the camera to The Post's Azore Opio.

Orock was beaten and pulled around by the striking students. One of them, a lady hit him on his back with a stick. "I am fighting for you people," Orock pleaded in desperation. The students accused him of being a spy to the University administration.

But the students said they would kill him.They also insisted on destroying the film of the camera. In the process, Orock lost his mobile phone, National ID and keys. The students insisted on seeing his press card, which Orock unfortunately did not have on him.

In that heat and confussion,Orock discovered a press card in his chest pocket and though it was his.He pulled it out and presented to the crowd,it aggravated the situation for the card belonged to his female colleague(Effa). He was only released after his colleagues intervened with their press cards.

It was probably Orock that took the strike to the main gates of the University..
I HOPE OUR FELLOW FRIENDS WHO WERE MAKING OFFERS OF BEER OR WHATEVER CAN NOW BETTER APPRECIATE WHAT IT TOOK TO COME OUT WITH THE PICTURES THAT MOVED ALL CAMEROONIANS AT HOME AND THE DIASPORA. OROCK, KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. GOD IS ON YOUR SIDE.
JOKWI

Francis

Brilliant from all parties involved. The Govenor and the Vice Chancellor should learn from the Minister, Mayor, UBSU leaders and all the students. I wish you all the best. I know after events like this we as africans would start fighting for power. this is the time for us to sit down and build up a great UBSU. For a powerful students union would better master such a situation in the future and could prevent the loss of life.Most importantly a powerful and well organised student union could even influence the nomination or sacking of a Vice chancellor. Long live UB, long live Cameroon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.

massamoyo

Walters, Gilbert and Martin
That is a good job done there. In fact you have tried your best but one thing.....I mean the only thing that you will impress me here in Germany and my friends is to honour your lost colleagues as heros and to declare the day they were killed by this undisciplined policemen a UBSU holiday.
That means no classes every year on the day...I think its the 29th April every year and students should wear on black dresses whether a black shirt or trouser or skirt.
How do you see it mola?
Bravo to you all

Mona

Who says Dialogue not magic.
I ones said,the anglophone Cameroon is reputed for a culture of dialogue and Peace.
This is just what The Lord Mayor had demonstrated.
The Governor should learn this lesson.
Tyrany is never a mode to solve crisis.
Successive repressive Governors have failed woefully in both S.W and N.W Provinces
I can only compare T.E.Mbonda to Ben Look Grenade,who thought he was the Super man of the N.W.
Bravo,my Dear Brothers and Sisters.
Courage till the end.

ERNY  LEMU

Bravo to ma folks!The blood of their compatriots was not spilled for nothing.They fought to the end and have succeded.shame to those who discouraged ma breathrens.they have succeded and are now hero's.
All the student body will now benefit.Those students who hid or ran away from the strike should learn that united they will stand and divided fall.
People who were comparing them to Ernesto Che guevara should realised that each revolutionaries has got his own tact to use.
Now those Police who killed those students have to answer now.The government is not free too.Amnesty International is still carrying out its investigations.The bereaved families of the victims should be prepared to sue the Govonor and the government should be vicariously liable.
Bravo to the lord mayor of Buea who has been able again to use political differences to win the support of the masses.lastly i say hurrah to the POST for their ewxcellent job and coverage.

amot

what i said about people calming down and taking stock after the recent deplorable events have surely paid off. it is only by mutual respect and understanding that this problems have finally been put to rest, i hope. anyway, good luck to you guys and hail! the lord mayor for his rational judgement and quickfire thinking. we need more people like you in cameroon. your wisdow has prevailed and you have shown your intellect.
to the students, i hope you keep your side of the bargain and try and use more dialogue next time. you were not to blame for the violence because the situation you were in called for some direct action.
to the post, thank you very much for providing us a platform to share our thoughts and suggestions with our friends and fellow paysan. your coverage of the whole event was absolutely fabulous!!!! you deserve an award.

Godlove Akere

Folks, do you all realize that everything that was agreed to in Buea (save for the resit which is unique to Buea)is the same as the agreement that was signed between the Minister and the ADDEc student union at UNIYAO - an agreement that was appplicable to ALL state universities including BUEA?

In other words, the UB students have only an appearance of victory and that if they had been smarter or more focused, they would have realised that ALL their demands had already been accepted.

This would have saved lives lost unecessarily.

One day, when emotions have calmed down, we will take stock of this very sad situation caused by the intransigence of students, UB Admin and the SW administration

bertrand mbah

congratulation to the striking students,mayor of buea , the minister and most especially to the leaders of ubsu for their bravery and courage they manifested during the just ended strike which shaked the minister on his seat in yaounde.i would like to say, now that the student union has gotten its independence,the students should sit back and come out with a good plan on how to run thier association.they should be careful with those who will want to set confusion amongst them and they should be well organised so that the ub administration has to emulate from them.
as concern the governor and the vice chancellor of ub i think both of them already know thier fate.however, i would suggest that they keep arrogance aside, take themselves low, meet the student union and appologise or even write an appology letter to them,i think by so doing they can gain abit of their respect which has been ridiculed completely.

PREMUS KIKA

THAT IS GREAT UBSU.
KEEP WALKING.
There comes a time in life, when the cup of endurance runs over, and the pressure that is been built must follow the natural law to sustain equilibrium.
Now is that time.
ENJOY THE EQUILIBIUM.

MY PROPOSED SOLUTION TO RESIT.

LECTURERS MUST NOT WAIT FOR A PARTICULAR PERIOD TO OFFER ALL THEIR COURSES IN THE RESIT, ESPECIALLY 1ST SEMESTER COURSES.

In my University in Denmark, 1st semester re-exam courses are offered a month after the exam and it is not same for all others. Lecturers innitiate it at their convinience. If the students need the course, they will follow the schedule of the Lecturer.
UB can adopt this. This will solve part of the problem, for February exams can be re-written in March

UBSA KEEP THE FLAME BURNING.

jackie Ngu

Mr. Premus,

Different universities have different systems based on resources at hand. here in the US there are no resits in most universities. If you fail a class, you have to wait until it is offered again to "resit". If it is a class offered annually, then you're lucky. If it is an annual class, then you have to wait out for a year.

So in as much as we might want to crucify the UB system, let us at least be honest enough to concede that it is fundamentally fair even if it could be better.

Imagine students asking that they be eligible for 18 credit resits!! We are talking of 6 courses!! Who on earth fails 6 courses in one semester???!!!! Are we promoting mediocrity or what?

UB students seem to want a free ride, even if most of their demands are legit. I agree with those who have called for measured jubilation and a dispassionate analysis of the situation.

JB Samba

Godlove Akere, you are wrong in saying that and I quote "everything that was agreed to in Buea (save for the resit which is unique to Buea)is the same as the agreement that was signed between the Minister and the ADDEc student union at UNIYAO - an agreement that was appplicable to ALL state universities including BUEA?".

If there is one thing, the greatest success of the UB Students' strike action that is beneficial to UB in general and students in particular, is THE RECOGNITION OF UB STUDENTS' UNION, which was definitely not part of the agreement the Minister signed with ADDEC. You'll appreciate this only if you know the role of Student's Union in Anglosaxon University Administration.

Jackie Ngu:
There is something you have definitely not understood. Students request to be allowed to sit for 18 credits during resit exams doesn't mean that there are students who fail 6 courses in a semester. This is most important to final year students who might have fail for instance, a course per semester.

Hope you got my point.

n manyi nee agbor

HAIL HAIL ALL U who fought for your rights. i respect you all very much for standing your grounds and shunning the fetters that bound your pre-decessors. that was a good one.i say congratulations to the newly formed UBSU.WE HOPE TO JOIN YOU ONE DAY AND SHOUT HURRAH FOR THE VICTORY.
ONE thing though you guys should remember, no matter what'your leaders should never become traitors'.
i give a big tumbs up to the mayor of buea for the support.now we can rest assured that this generation[the14 batch onward] will guarantee the title of our university [UB THE PLACE TO BE].
More oil to your sheen UBSU.

Peace

BRAVO BRAVO BRAVO !!
BRAVO LORD MAYOR OF BUEA RURAL COUNCIL
BRAVO THE MINISTER OF HIGHER EDUCATION
BRAVO THE STUDENTS OF UB

SUCH MOVEMENT IS A SIGN OF A GREAT CHANGE IN THE COUNTRY.
LET THE WIND BLOW !!!

massamoyo

I applaud the Mayors actions vis-a-vis the UBSU strike.
Can someone at home inform me if Mayor Mbella is from the CPDM or SDF.
If he is from the CPDM(which Im still skeptical about) then he is just there to contribute his good will God sent him here to do on earth and maintain his personal reputation and thank you Mr Mayor. Keep on you are a CPDM in disguise and please never backslide.
If he an SDF, then it is natural to me and obvious because most of you in the opposition are trying to give your best as administrators but are being blocked by the blood seeker Mbiya regime.
BRAVO MR MAYOR, CONTINUE WITH YOUR GOOD KNOWLEDGE OF ADMINISTARATION AND I BET YOU ONE DAY ALL OF US PRAISING YOU WITHIN AND ABROAD SHALL REWARD YOU ONE WAY OR THE OTHER.
BUT REMEMBER DONT BACKSLIDE!!!!!

kupong

god bless charles and satan punish dorothy .she should remember the lives lost.go back to class boys and leave it to GOD.ONE DAY so soon they dead will react.go to school study and forget the politics of the strike.i know they will be no meaningful change but you student union.keep the faith.

Carpio de Carpio

It is extremely exciting to hear that there is great Joy at the moment in the University of Buea. Thanks to the minister's effort to dailoque with students, not living behind the mayor's great deal to accomplish the mission of peace, unity and prosperity between UB students, and the entire Buea community. Moreover, may we all pray for the souls of our friends who were killed during this incident so that the good Lord grant them eternal rest. Besides, students should take their book work serious as they resume classes.

God bless us all

boni

People, stop being superstitious. What is all this hysteria about a so-called shrine. I suggest that you go and urinate on it and destroy your fear. Some of you suffered and died from malaria? Yes, because there is now malaria in Buea. Buea did not used to be dirty. Now it is dirty, breeding mosquitoes that cause malaria. People, shake off superstitious beliefs and be true to your education!

Tabot

Mbella Moki Charles,we,the Governor of South West province and the VIce Chancellor of the University of Buea did not know there is a better way of dealing with striking students other than throwing tear gas and shooting them with live amunitions.Thanks for teaching us.
It is time we start putting square pecks in square holes.
Please,Mr Governor and Mrs VC
Can you help us all,save US and save Cameroon by humbly resigning for your incompetence?

Tabot
Frankfurt,Germany

Tabot

Can you help us all,save UB(University of Buea) and save Cameroon by humbly resigning for your incompetence?

Tatah

BRAVO TO UB STUDENTS WHO FOUGTH FOR THEIR RIGTHS AND THE RIGTHS OF OTHERS.

yengwia ivan

lORD MAYOR YOU DESERVE TO BE A PARLIAMENTARIAN.
I GIVE YOU ALL MY VOYES

Marco

Gains from the 3 week-long strike.

1. Food price to be reduced from 150 frs to 100 frs
2. All courses to be offerd in the vacation term.
3. Credit limit increased from 12 to 18.
4. Etc

Losses:
1. Three lives.
2. Property worth over 50.000.000 frs
3. Many wounded (injured).
4. Animosity between students, lecturers, administrative staff.
5. Lost academic time (three weeks + ).
6. Financial costs of UB/State paying Lecturers and other staff for no work done during to the strike.

Emmanuel Wembenyui

It is a pity that lots of people still express a lot of cowardice by anonymously posting messages on the interactive pages of The Post. If you have real substance to contribute, why not do it clearly?

ENOW

THE UB CRISIS MAY 2005 IS A SIGN OF A GOOD START.

THE GAIN IS OVERWHELMING ... AND SHOULD PROPAGATE THROUGH OUT THE COUNTRY.

THE MOST STRIKING PART OF THE GAIN IS THE REALISATION OF

THE POWER OF DIALOGUE !!!

Ngang Roland

Hurray UBSA , If not of the strike no serious Union would have been evolve. I am proud of you. When I was still a student in UB, I tried my best to come out with such Union but to no avail.I appreciate your effort. I pray you guys will continue in this spirit till infinity.

As for you Ejeke Mbonda allias "the Killer",Mbella Moki Charles as of today the 29th day of May 2005 hence forth be your teacher in Administration.Take this serious, always seek his advice before you proceed in carrying out any project else you will never succeed in your so call carrier."Beleive me"

As for the Minister of Higher Education, on the behalf of the UB students I appreciate your efforts toward the realisation of student's dream.Once more we are greatful

For you Mbamba, before God and man, your days are number in UB, If you are wise resign , let it not be a taboo.Infact you are nothing but a heartless traitor,Mark you, what ever you have been planting, you will harvest it on Judgement day.God almighty is seeing everybody

All in all, let just wait for two months and see what Cameroon Government will do as promise by the Minister of Higher Education.Fair ware fellow student. More grace to your elbow.
Ngang Roland

NL NDUGE

Happy this whole stuff has almost come to an end.I ask all to pray for those who lost their lives in the course of this skuable,for they have died as heros.
one would never know whether the government would react to the demands of the students.We all know what Cameroon is.What a country.

Nduge Nduge
Manchester,UK

Eric Makuna Tande

I am delighted that UB is back in session but saddened by the vilification that has been heaped on the VC. Most of the writers who have submitted comments on the strike seem to believe that UB is a first rate institution by accident and that the VC is dispensable. These writers have ignored the importance of leadership, passion and standards in building great institutions.

In an era where performance is a non-requirement for civil service managers, the VC has made performance the priority at UB. In a nation where leaders show up for work only for a few hours each day, the VC puts in 10 to 12 hour days for UB. At a time when it is expected that managers confiscate 95% of their budgets for personal gain, the VC has transparently managed and stretched her budgets. At a time when managers blame non-performance on lack of funds, the VC has refused to use lack of funds as an excuse. While it is expected that government managers will use public funds to buy four-wheel drive vehicles and build rental properties, the VC took a loan to build the house she owns. While government managers encourage bribery and corruption in their spheres of influence as a means to building wealth, the VC has created a bribe-free zone at UB. Instead of using UB funds to send her kids abroad, the VC has scoured the globe begging for scraps of money, which she has used to build a lot of the infrastructure at UB – and none of the cash has gone into her bank account because she reports all monies promptly.

Today there is a price for entrance seats into our most prestigious institutions of higher learning but the VC continues to insist that entrance standards are the only criteria for admission into Cameroon’s premier university. There is now the true and often told story of the VC’s niece who brilliantly passed her O’ and A’ levels but the VC refused to support her entry into UB because she failed her O’Level English examination. The VC expects professors to teach and administrators to perform. That is not the case at most of our government offices and institutions. The crafting of class syllabi is a most serious endevour at UB. The Ministry of Education requested syllabi from all universities a few years ago and only UB responded promptly. Some universities could not respond and it makes one wonder how teaching is managed at those universities. I worked with a group of friends to deliver over 30,000 books to UB several years ago because the VC personally appealed for help. Those who believe that UB’s excellence is an accident are biased or ill-informed dreamers.

For those who believe that Dr. Njeuma’s position is like a car wheel that can be changed at will, I have this to say. In our lifetime, a man will take over the reigns at UB. He will show up for work when he feels like it. He will use university funds to build rental properties for himself. He will not only have student girl friends but he will use university funds to send his girl friends and kids abroad. He will destroy admission standards at UB by personally requesting admission for friends and relatives who are unqualified. The maintenance budget will be gutted and infrastructure will crumble right in front of our eyes. Professors under his leadership will openly flaunt the university’s ethical code by exchanging grades for sex, or becoming ghost employees. He will not build any new infrastructure at the university unless the government specifically provides cash for it and, even then, most of the money for any such structures will be stolen and the original building specifications will not be met. And I could go on and on.

Why am I certain about this dire fate for the university? In Cameroon today incompetence, non-performance and mediocrity is the norm. No other institution or government department functions with the same fluidity, order and transparency that is taken for granted at UB. Bribery as the only means for building wealth is an expectation in Cameroon. Civil servants simply do not know that their mission is to serve the people and to build properly functioning institutions. In a recent visit to Cameroon, I asked about 15 UB students what they would do if they were appointed as ministers and I was shocked by their responses. Every student told me that he or she would immediately steal as fast as possible because they may be removed from office at anytime. Anyone who believes that there is a greater chance that the new VC will go against the grain of Cameroon expectations is a dreamer and has never taken a course on probability. Cameroon has a lot of folks who can be good managers but the attractiveness of non-performance (bribery and wealth creation) in our current culture is too strong.

A lot of people insist on judging the VC based on her political actions and affiliations, and not on her work ethic and passion for excellence at UB. Like any other human being, she does not have to be perfect. If more managers took their jobs half as seriously as she does, Cameroon will be a great nation today. I have given my prediction. Ultimate vindication will come in 25 years when 90% of those who are vilifying Dr. Njeuma refer to her tenure as the golden era of UB. I am willing to take bets from those who disagree. We should respect her work, while we stampede to crucify her. Indirect and direct criticisms of her politics may be valid, but such criticism should be reserved for the political pages of our newspapers.


Some knee-jerk observers have surmised that the VC should leave because she has been at UB for 12 years. They miss the point. All situations are not the same. A person may over stay their welcome in a post after only a few months if they under perform. Another person may spend 20 years in the same position and still not overstay their welcome because they are over performing. For the sake of our children and our future, I hope the VC’s tenure continues for many more years.

boni

Mr Tande:
Yours is the most eloquent piece in support of the VC. Maybe you should get the post to publish it as a main article. This VC might not be perfect, might be on the cold and rigid side, might have politics that grate many the wrong way, might have handled this crisis better, but could very well still be the best person for the excellence of the institution. It is her baby, afterall! She has also been subjected to personal attacks that have nothing to do with what is going on. I hope tempers cool down enough so that things are not done out of expediency.

You have pointed out a truth that as a man, I am ashamed to admit. Most men in Cameroon, including the PhD-bearing ones, are alcohol fueled dogs, jumping from bed to bed and sinking their teeth into anything that is not tied down. A lot of dialogue needs to occur, because there are many academically active professors who feel that recognition in the university is too tied to politics and obediece

Ambozio.

kudos to Agwere the Ubsu leader and his 5 other colleagues.i recommend you go in for the next president of Cameroon after you achieve your professional requirements. thank you once more for not failing in the confidence we entrusted in you.God bless all in the UB community.
Ambozio.

Pearl

I'm surprised at y'all's comments.
Yes the mayor did a good job at reasoning with with the students, and reaching some sort of compromise. But was the dishing out of the money called for. People, wake up!! Whose money is he spending?

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