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NjifenztDB(U.K)

Change of persons should at least usher change in a hapharzard ,rough and corrupt structure like the Doula Ports Authority.
Certainly one of those corrupt hot spots that needs reformation.Pointless appointing people who are not given the full mandate to bring the necessary change.My tale and that of others at the Douala Ports Authority is still a 'living' nightmare regarding shipping and claiming of Goods.Hope new boss will change the place.

Camair

Do we lack fresh, capable intelectualls who can handle the country especially the Port? The same people as always. Nsahlai has been around for a long time. What does he has on his CV that others don't have? Sure one of his old friends in Etoudi organised the Job for him.

Che Sunday (Dr.)

Camair,
They have coruption on their CV's. Thats a pre-requisite to work in Cameroon. If you think the Sea and airports in Douala can ever be mamnaged effectively to generate any meaningful income to the government, think again. How many times have you flown into Douala and is asked to pay for bringing in any item which you willing accept to pay and was issued a receipt? There is a feeding frenzy in the system, and your interest is best served if you can pocket as much as possible before the end of each working day. You have no idea when the government will ever pay you, so why are you collecting more money for them?

Che Sunday (Dr.)

Camair,
They have coruption on their CV's. Thats a pre-requisite to work in Cameroon. If you think the Sea and airports in Douala can ever be mamnaged effectively to generate any meaningful income to the government, think again. How many times have you flown into Douala and is asked to pay for bringing in any item which you willingly accept to pay and was issued a receipt? There is a feeding frenzy in the system, and your interest is best served if you can pocket as much as possible before the end of each working day. You have no idea when the government will ever pay you, so why are you collecting more money for them?

ARTICLE 66 CONCERN GROUP

Camair
The answer to the question you asked can be traced to the flight of brains from home to the diaspora. Frustrated and sometimes humiliated, young, talented, intelligent Cameroonians have been denied the chance to serve and showcase their know-how. The ruling class led by Biya is indeed a fraternity. It is a brotherhood of evil bent on sucking dry whatever mother nature has endowed us. It is a fraternity that breeds blood and breaths on blood; it is fraught with homosexuals sworn to leeching the national patrimony. If you don't belong there, you cannot get appointed. That is why the seaport and airport and shipyards and... will always have these old guys.
Young and fresh brains in this present situation have therefore found solace in self-imposed exile.
But we shall not sleep. We have decided not to fold our hands and watch for eternity. We have started in a modest way. Ours is advocacy. We are clamouring for the prompt implementation of ARTICLE 66 of the JOSEPH OWONA led 1996 constitution. When this is done. We can then start thinking of rebuilding.

Glenn Wilson

February Hall of Shame newsletter.

The Trial of President Biya

NjifenztB.D.(U.K)

Article 66 is just as important as many other articles which the govt has ignored for ages.Its grossly unfair to implement this article without looking back into the collossal wealth and income of previous govt officials.This is the source of the problem.
However Article 66 as a debut, still requires judicious assessement of its impact.

NjifenztB.D.(U.K)

Article 66 is just as important as many other articles which the govt has ignored for ages.Its grossly unfair to implement this article without looking back into the collossal wealth and income of previous govt officials.This is the source of the problem.
However Article 66 as a debut, still requires judicious assessement of its impact.

NjifenztB.D.(U.K)

Article 66 is just as important as many other articles which the govt has ignored for ages.Its grossly unfair to implement this article without looking back into the collossal wealth and income of previous govt officials.This is the source of the problem.
However Article 66 as a debut, still requires judicious assessement of its impact.

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Don't know what is wrong what is rite but i know that every one has there own point of view and same goes to this one

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