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Tuesday, 28 March 2006

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Buea Pikin

This does not come to me as a surprise. Infact,anyone who knows the buildings that host the Transport offices in the headquaters of that province we fondly love to call the South West will NOT will be wondering aloud why that office that receives an average of 8 million FCFA per day uptill now has no structure on its own.
For those who donot know, this office is still in the OLD DELAPIDATED ClERK`s QUATERS buildings,constructed by the British and abandoned by the Cameroon Gov`t.
Small wonder that the thieves found it easy to get inside.
Let the ministry of transport see to it that a new structure is put in Place, or is it because its in the South West Province?
Lets wait and see before another Burgling!!
Luckily the boss is of the CPDM and a high ranking official. He should use his office/party potfolio to see to it that they MOVE BLOCK and fast too!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Grandstevo

Maybe the boss himself has stolen that money. from the cpdm party they have all tactical means to steal moneys from la republic. don,t be surprise he organised everything

Agbor T

I think everything in Cameroon is bad. What is the use of the banks in country??? It surprising that each time an office is broken in cameroon, money must be there, what is suppose to be done is that daily revenue collected by whichever office, should be taken to the bank, the bankers are there waiting for money to be brought in but yet minsitries with bank accounts still keep huge amounts of money in their offices. Then what then is the role of the bank??
WEll, I'm sure this should serve as more lessons for the cameroon governement trying to fight corruption

Agbor, IRELAND

FONJONG

The delegate should be arrested while the Police do their silly investigation.

Cameroon has no banks?

NjifenztB.D.(U.K)

My concern and heart goes to the Delegate in the face of such an unexpected hapharzard.
The location of this office is absolutely perfect.The main thing is to learn from this IMMEDIATELY and carry out necessary security reinforments to avoid a repeat.
My humble suggestion will be to put in place, a cabled close circuit television net work with direct link to the police station in Buea, so that officers on night duty can monitor the buildings from the comfort of their cob-web offices.They can swiftly respond to any bugulary.It would cut cost and render an night watchman services obsolete.
This needs to be considered including all important gov't structures in Cameroon.
I feel terrible upset with news like this because such an occurence is very uncommon in offices of the same structure in and around Douala and Yaounde metropolis.A high suspicion of enemical prospect of a sabotage of the Delegate. Let the Delegate press for this suggestion to be implemented and be constantly alert.

NjifenztB.D.(U.K)

My concern and heart goes to the Delegate in the face of such an unexpected hapharzard.
The location of this office is absolutely perfect.The main thing is to learn from this IMMEDIATELY and carry out necessary security reinforments to avoid a repeat.
My humble suggestion will be to put in place, a cabled close circuit television net work with direct link to the police station in Buea, so that officers on night duty can monitor the buildings from the comfort of their cob-web offices.They can swiftly respond to any bugulary.It would cut cost and render a night watchman's services obsolete.
This needs to be considered including all important gov't structures in Cameroon.
I feel terrible upset with news like this because such an occurence is very uncommon in offices of the same structure in and around Douala and Yaounde metropolis.A high suspicion of enemical prospect of a sabotage of the Delegate. Let the Delegate press for this suggestion to be implemented and be constantly alert.

Ngum

This whole issue does not sound well in my ears considering the times we are in.

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