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Golden Arrow

WHO IS TO BLAME????

Dear Readers,

I just want to thank Nformi Sonde Kinsai for bringing to light some of the problems that we as Southern Cameroonians are facing in Cameroon.
From every calculation, it all boils down to one thing: The Government of La Republique is looking for every way and means to sabotage and destroy the hope, faith and future of Southern Cameroonians. Why is it that every now and then these kinds of complaints only come from the GCE board? Have we ever heard the Baccalaureate board complain of any financial short-comings? Fellow Southern Cameroonians, wake up from your slumber. You can bear with me that La Republique is on course to hijack our dreams and hopes as a definable distinct entity. They seem to enjoy the process of assimilating us into them. Mark you, the NPMB, Cameroon Bank, and other institutions of Southern Cameroon are of blessed memory. Thanks to la Republique efforts of assimilation; what they can not have from us they will either sell it or destroy. The consequence of which we will be left with nothing to either own or control - then will be nothing short of their slaves...
I will not also hesitate to question the credibility of the leaders of the GCE Board who have sought to follow the same track of their god fathers in Yaounde. If Cameroon is embedded in corruption, nepotism, lack of accountability, embezzlement and other vices, which I think may not be the direct contribution of the Southern Cameroonian leadership, then the leaders of our own institutions such as the GCE Board should show accountability in their responsibility. By virtue of this statement, we have not seen nor noticed any sense of accountability and transparency in the running of the GCE Board. How many Cameroonians do have hints of the budget of the GCE Board (Sources of revenue and expenditure)? How then do we know how this board is being run? Please, leaders of the GCE Board, we need to see some transparency and accountability in the way things are managed down over there.- Our own accountability is known only when we are not paid, but when there is money coming in, nobody will ever know of it…
From every perspective, the Southern Cameroonians are more to be blamed for their mishaps since they are not much different from their La Republique Brethrens.
It is just like the pot calling the kettle black, when all of them go through the fire side...
Well, we can not keep writing all day long, but I will end up with one thing; “If someone wants to learn to fly one day, he or she must first learn to stand and walk. One can not fly into fly".

SO MUCH FOR THE COMMENT!!!
SEE YOU AROUND THE CORNER.

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