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Tuesday, 14 February 2006

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Martin Fru

I write to praise the Azong-Wara and the Yembe Team for a job well done. The board and the University of Buea are the only 2 institutions left in our part of the country.
I remember how we faught hard in those days to get the board. I remember that day in Longla college mankon,when this same Dr Abeti brought a final-true copy of the text that created the board. He was almost lynched by our parents/teachers for the fake one that was created a week before. Thanks to pa Achidi-Achu, Arrey-Mbi, Azong-Wara and my former teacher pa Foche John, the baord was created.
It is time for our brothers of the SWP to take over the leadership at the Board.
God bless you all.

Martin Fru,
Baltimore, MD

dango tumma

democracy means representation,
the registrar of gce, is suppose to be
voted in office by the board memebers.
not by only one man ( BIYA) The governor, is suppose to be voted by the
citizens of their land, not chosen by only
one head (biya) T he directors of hospital. same, the president of university,
same. the county cleks, same . the police chief same. the magistrate same,
all society same. now that biya and his government are just the opposite.

how many people still think in 10yrs
their future is guarantee?

Nduka Isaac

Akoko Mathew well done and more grease to your elbow

Lopsco

Mr. Akoko,
Please do not mind the appointments. Keep doing your job as you have always done.

We like you enough as deputy registrar.

Congrats!

Emah

What borders me, is this issue of resistance to change.

Is it right for someone to stay in a public office for 25years?? A Public office is not a private business where you can stay a boss for life, Mr Akoko.

You are competent, no doubt about that, but doesn't mean you or who ever, competent or not should stay there for enternity. Then how and when will you ever have a successor?

The fact that you were in the committe that drafted the Document for the creation of the GCE board, doesn't give u or any other person right of eternity in any position of responsibility in the GCE board. I will not succumb to the idea of rotation, but if that is what the text says ,so be it. But i think performance based appointment or elections to post of responsibility should be the goalif we MUST move with development.

If somebody of competence is appointed,in life or death of Dr yembe, what is good that he has started and still to complete, be it the MCQ stuff, will be carried to completion and even more why not. People come and go and indeed must go, but their good works live on.This should be the spirit Mr deputy registrar.

This issue of clinging to position for "everlasting" My registrar is NOT GOOD.

Hope you are teaching and nuturing people who will take over from you soon, Not when all your energy is gone, your bones unable to carry your weight ,and your celebra cortex unable to distinguish between day and night.

Please let's run away from thIS DEADLY "cancer" of forever "PRESIDENT", "CHAIRMAN" "REGISTRAR"
"VICE CHANCELLOR"etc.

My 5 frs

dango tumma

APPOINTMENT OR ELECTION
WHICH ONE DO YOU BELIEVE IN (EMAH)
BECAUSE THERE ARE TWO DIFFERENT OPPOSITE
MEANINGS.

DANGO TUMMA

Itoe Francis Ebongue

World Consumer Rights Day, A day to remenber. Program already certain while inviting media to step in for media Advocacy.

Itoe Francis Ebongue
President
Consumert Protection
P.O. Box 112 Buea
Tel. 727 75 97

pride

hello
mr name is billa pride
I need the number of somebody working in the GCE BOARD
Urgently
this is my number:655105284

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