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Monday, 12 September 2005


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Dr. Vande-Aka

Keeping two wives happy is more difficult than managing a University. So I am confident Prof. will be equal to the task.


"Keeping two wives happy is more difficult than managing a University..."

What a joke. Because they are smiling, you assume they are happy.
And who ever said Lambi was the one keeping them happy???


The appointment of Prof Lambi is the culmination of the expectations of quite a few Northwesterners.The strategy to get Njeuma out did work out after all: Start up some real trouble, without a premise, and she will be shown the door.It is unlikely Paul would appoint a francophone to replace her( SCNC,Anglophone assertiveness etc),so we will get it!It does not matter that the Prof. is qualified for the position,the truth is Mme was shown the door because of serious planning by some politically motivated and clannish few.
We will now observe a very disciplined student body.They can increase the fees now,cancel resits,increase cost of food but there will be no revolts.The Prof must be seen to be succeeding.The only good part of the story is that the Prof. himself was not involved in this scheming,and he is a true professional.
I duff my hat off to Mme for having been at the helm of the best University in the country for 12 years. I am confident that the very modest and hard working Prof Lambi will continue in her foot steps,and with the benefit of hindsight,perform even better. In the end,what really matters is quality education in UB.
As for the pawns of the game i.e. UBSU etc,they should remember that in a game of chess,the pawns are usually the easiest to let go. The master planners will not have to renumerate them any more,they are not needed in the big picture.


Marco,you got a dirty mind man! Of course he is the one keeping them happy!!! Ever heard the one about the 90 year old who had a 23 year old for a wife? When asked if she wasn't too young for him ,he retorted,'well,if she dies,she dies!'.


Keeping two wives happy is not only a joke but a serious mistake on the part of Dr. Vande-Aka.This have nothing to do with Management of an institution.This analogy is similar to Fons Keeping 10 wives or more and because they might be smilling in a photo implies they are good leaders.
To begin with Keeping 2 wives or more i think is an abuse of a woman and an outdated system of Tradition.
Beside we should allow Cornelius Mbifung Lambi, and his team to get to work and we should try to support his efforts rather than praise singing before he starts.Sounds like putting a beautiful Cart before horse.

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