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G T Tebeck

Many thanks Prof Kale, You captured it right. We need more people of your thinking for this country to move forward. To me corruption is a multi-voilation of human rights cos it indirectly violates more than just one of the foundamental human rights as you have just explained. Its time every one open their eyes and see that. God bless you.

wallyman

Proff Kale Ndiva you are a Proff indeed.may your dreams come true soon.ride on and may God give you more wisdom.

Ashu Loveline

Great job.
This is a true fighter and not the likes of Monono the new board registrar.
Great job.

dango tumma

GOOD TO HAVE A SON OF SOUTHERN CAMEROONS
DOING THE RIGHT THING, BUT PROF, MUST
TAKLE THE ROOT CAUSE OF CORRUPTON,
BY ITSELF. WHICH IS

A,, POWER HUNGRINESS( FROM THE TOP, FRENCH
STRANGE HOLD IN AFRICA)
B, GREED,
D. HATRED.
E.ILLETRACY OF WHAT IS ABSOLUTE GOOD FOR SOCIETY
D. THE THE COLONISATION OF SOUTHERN CAMEROON

Ewane

Loveline,
I think the comments you make in this forum are very irritating. You are not obliged to comment on most of the articles posted on this site. What’s wrong in making Monono the Registrar of GCE Board? I personally think that taking up a post like this is a kind of task and not enjoyment as you so think. Since you were born what have you done for which people can live to remember you? From the comments people are making one can conclude without any fear of contradiction that Monono is a force to recon with. You should always be constructive in writing and stop behaving as an over-due schoolgirl.

dango tumma

disagree with prof kale, on rewarding the thiefs of ONDO and siewe, to cashin
their foreign stashed billions in LOCAL
BEAC BANK, IN in order to creat industry, employment etc. why reward, them for any reason? why not transfer all foreign stashed moneys into a (TRUST FUND)
MANGED BY JP MORGAN OR SOME ATTORNEY IN
NEWYORK SOLELY FOR THE BUILDING OF SOUTHERN CAMEROONS AND LA REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN, SEPERATELLY, HOW COME PROFESSOR
KALE, DOESNT SEE THE NEED FOR THE PEOPLE
OF NDOP OR KUMBA TO BE ABLE TO BOARD A PLANE IN KUMBA AND GO STRAIGHT TO WASHINGTON WITHOUT HAVEN TO GO TO DOUALA AND YAOUNDE?. ALL THESE BILLIONS ALL, CAMES
FROM ANGLOPHONE CAMEROON TO START WITH.
I MEAN SONARA, PETROLEUM, CDC. TOLE TEA,
AGRIBUSINESS ETC, WHY NOT FOCUS ON FUNDING
AND EMPOWERING THE LOCAL PEOPLE TO MANAGE
AND IMPLEMENT THE BUILDING OF SUPER HIGHWAYS, SEA AND AIRPORT, MEGA CITIES,
RAIL WAYS, INDUSTRIE, ETC, AND FUNDED FROM
THESE BILLIONS STOLEN FROM THEM ,THAT ARE NOW IN THE HANDS OF PARIS CLUB ILLEGALLY?
THIS MY PLAN WILL WORK IF PROF KALE,
INVOLVES AMERICANS FOR HELP IN TRACKING
FROZENING AND TRANSFERING ALL THESE FUNDS INTO A TRUST FUND, FOR BOTH CAMEROUNS.

t

epizi

Hi Kale (Professor)
Accept my respect for your unique sense to creat amongst the many I know in the oposition.I want to believe it is all because of your long standing reputation in research and academics.Woking every day with development around the globe, deserves nothing lesser than what you express.I find alot of feebble minds in this forum,such cameroonians who think pointing a pistol or detaining embezzlers is the best decision.Sure you can easily distinguish those who have dare to read about other countries that might have been in the position we are now and the ways they employed to come out.I find it even more a dellima from the point of making this idea understood by the masses and then, the level of implementation.A real Patriot must be right to see the embezzled funds recovered than seeing the emblezzlers die without retriving this ill gotten wealth.Infact I feel so secured that you have a mastery of what you had proposed in your earlier article and if there is a need to decide the camp I belong to, then I am fully in support of your school of thought.I hope many can actually understand the flow of reasoning in your thoughts otherwise it will be more of a battle to make it accepted than to implement it.Actually retriving embezzled funds in not just an issue of telling the emblezzlers to bring even with pressure as hot as fire.One will not doubt the position of the instutions keeping it and how ready they are to give it freely.In fact we are condemn to be very diplomatic dealing with this issue if we need the funds back. Unfortunately where to reinvest the funds is another bone of contention, but freely as a Cameroonian the need for some basic investments is paramount than where it is located.

Therefore giving this thought the widest publicity is very necessary,as ussual you do not find many reacting here because it is a political free approach of helping our fatherland and I think to succeed we must adopt such stand.

I apply to be admitted therefore in your school of thought,I dearly will want to reason like you in the nearest future.

Ejike Mouluh

I strongly disagree with Prof. Kale's suggestion for Cameroon to launder stolen money. All ex-ministers, directors, ministers and president(s) are in our archive for a shock treatment. All their excess assets will be ceased, come one day.

No compromise with thieves, however long it takes.

Fritzo

It is rather unfortunate that i just came across this master piece just now after this long while,but not withstanding prof u are just great.I am very sure this is one of the very best of ways to deal with issues like this,taking into considerations the laws passed by the Swiss government in connection with stolen wealth or money banked in their country,with such laws in place it will be pretty hard to recover the wealth.So prof i buy and share your ideas.No doubt you are a great prof.

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It's an issue that affects the government. They have to be well aware of the confrontations.

ballack

indeed, prof i share your idea that stakeholder assaerts should be assess before they becoming members of government. but i wish to ask this question was the properties of the head of state checked if no then i think that should be done now. since he is sending all the high rank he should equally know that his own day is caming

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