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Howard Mbeli

Pmuc Is not a thing to talk about, What are they still doing in Cameroon, they have all crumble our people and are now pretending to help the same children they work so hard to sent to the streets.
Biya should be very care. PMUC is a french base organization aim to crumble the black man.

Howard Mbeli

Pmuc Is not a thing to talk about, What are they still doing in Cameroon, they have all crumble our people and are now pretending to help the same children they work so hard to sent to the streets.
Biya should be very carefull. PMUC is a french base organization aim to crumble the black man.

Navigae Dungta

The Psychology of the Lottery business is complex yet straight forward. The biggest consumers are the poor, destitute, disenchanted, jobless people. So PMUC will thrive in Cameroon. How many hard working people with jobs do you see on lottery lines, if they do buy, usually is for only for a small amount? If you have say $100 and your immediate problems or needs are $1000, you are not viable for a loan, friends can no longer support you, and you are really desperate; your brain instantly kicks into motion and tells you that …… you never know……. Try it! Then you use your remaining $100. What do you think will happen to such a person? Anything you guess here is correct.

In other words, PMUC encourages, theft, mental problems, suicide etc. All these 'social responsibility' taking care of street children is a facade or veneer if you wish. It is actually cheap publicity.

Shame to Cameroon.!! Casinos, lottery is not the first thing a good government brings to its needy people.


PMUC should pack out of Cameroon.The economy is not in shape to embrace gamblers!The gov't is losing its grip on priorities always.Unemployment is rising daily in the face of a bleak future for the youths and our children's chilren.Their presence in Cameroon is absolutely unecessary at the moment.

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