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Sunday, 18 December 2005

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Ma Mary

Like her or not, Dr Dorothy Njeuma is an excellent administrator and her presence in Yde is a shameful waste of good Southern Cameroonian talent.

NjifenztBD(U.K)

It will be a resounding success if Dr.Dorothy Njeuma effects the sweeping change that i think is already on course.It would be a huge benefit for Higher education in our country.Get on with the job, even if it means sacking people who fail to abide to you changing rules for the better.
Good Luck!

Dr A A Agbormbai

This is a better fight for Mrs Njeuma than fighting the students. It is one for which she should never give up until she succeeds. She should be more gentle though when dealing with the students. Her success in dealing with her corrupt subordinates may even improve her image in the eyes of the students who would then be more willing to pay their registration fees.

Akini Fred

I must salute Dr Njeuma on this.
I personally think that Njeuma did nothing wrong by setting a deadline for students to pay their registration fees. That to my mind is good administration. Njeuma is not the one who established the registration fees of 50.000frs. If you graduate from Cameroon and travel abroad for further studies, you'll come to appreciate the fact that we pay just 50.000frs * 3 to get a degree. We must give Biya a positive mark here. Out in Nigeria and the West, na helele.People pay millions to get a degree.
Of course, the students are right to request to know how their registration fees are being mananged.

Njeuma did not tolorate corruption at UB, except on one occassion when she awarded the contruction of a fence to her relative. There was conflict of interest in that particular circumstance. Overall, she was a good administrator as Ma Mary says.
Keep up with the good work Njeuma.

NjifenztB.D.(U.K)

It is Njifenzt who urges Dr.Njeuma to get on with the good work, not Ma Mary who is contrary.
NjifenztBD.(U.K)

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