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Sunday, 11 September 2005


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Che Sunday

I love this country. The more you bungle up, the better your chances for moving ahead. Its all I have to say.


The most unpromising appointments! How necessary was it to revive administrative corpses or compensate administrative vampires? Brace yourself!
* A TCHOYI, what a compensation for the petrol bonds he burnt on the UB road.Remember, he was gov`ts delay tactics instrument in the UB crisis. What about the findings of his commission? (3.5/10)
* AGBORTABI / KONTCHOU, are on internship for their future appointments.A ministerial post is easy to figure this time around,it depends on how well you handle the test. Men fight it, get there, eat the money, it`s Cameroon. What do you expect? (4.5/10)
* MAMI DODO, what an uplift before retirement. Atleast you will not be jeered at, when you retire. However, do you sometimes think about the students you and Ejake Mbonda sent to their graves.(1/10)
* LAMBI MBIFUNG, transitional. The dust will noy settle now.(4.8/10)
* CHARLES ATANGANA, francophonization of anglophones. Cameroon OYE!(0.9/10)
* HERBERT ENDELEY, the tortoise pace is a good one for you. Whenever you become VC, don`t fumble like `Mami DODO`(4.9/10)
Work out the average success rate of the appointment by yourself.I struggle alot with maths.

Red Clouds

I think these changes are welcome. She had been in the thrown for too long to have a feel of what UB needs. She can now carry her bag of experience to Yaounde. But the fundamental difference is that Yaounde does not make any allowances for heavy handedness. Congrats to Endeley and Ngoh. I hope that Lambi will be up to the task.


Prof Lambi, Congrats.
However i have pity for you because Your deputies and registrar will frustrate you with their bad administrative style inducted in their system by Dorothy(Dr).
Try your best, you may succeed if you cooperate with the staff and students union.


Those who have had the oppoutunity to study out of Cameroon should know that the Rector of a University or Chair of a department is a purely administrative/ managerial position. Rectors need not be actively involved in research while holding that demanding managerial position. Ma Njeuma merits her 'promotion' for those who prefer to call recent appointment so. She has distinquished her self as a fine manager during her stay at the head of UB. Despite our political differences, lets for ones give her the credits she deserves. Bravo Ma!!

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