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NjifenztB.D.(U.K)

I applied for a terrestial phone line a decade ago in our family residence in Buea, like thousands of names on a waiting list.Nothing is forth coming.
Where is the efficiency of your department regarding equal development?These people need to pay you money you desperately need, for your services.FAILURE!

fontum

That is one big ass phone. You never heard about miniaturization?

Epizi

Shameless people
All public corporatios in Cameroon are a mess,hard to qualify, but that is the simple truth.Such institutions in other countries are more or less a security to the govenment in times of recession and economic hardship in the country.It could take many decades to investigate the internal policy and even worst the objective of their creation.It has become another way to distribute the national cake of the country .It is pathetic when institutions that must show signs of produtivity and efficiency get CEOs from mere political motivated appointments.In most countries where this had been the case, it is becoming evident that the public participates actively in running the everyday affairs.This is actually one of the benefits we loose from the absence of an active Stock exchange in the region.One question to justify my view;How many Cameroonians have ever come accross an end of year report of a Cameroon base Institution? How much confidence do Cameroonian have when stating important figures from institutions?CAMTEL is just one of them.

Directors have no criteria of delivering services to the public,instead it seems like a favour to get what you pay for even more than is prescribe to pay for.

It is a pity,what a shame, a disgrace, to call this news making breaking event for CAMTEL,what does it take to consideration to grant connection to this setting.Inshort the whole country should be privatised.

Shameless Grandparents,Parents and Uncles

Guys can we redress this once more by shading light to our view.

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