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Monday, 15 May 2006

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Kumbaboy

The World is very competitive. Dr Enow Tanjong is highlighting the curse of Africans who make poor choices and preach demagoguery.

In the exclusive case of Cameroon, Dr. Enow Tanjong, himself a former unelected Governor of more devastating Ahidjo times, and his comtemporaries are responsible for letting one fallible man (their own age mate) to impose on them for over 2 decades.

It is no fault of the younger generation and neither is it the fault of the North. One wonders whether the ex-Governor has obtained the permission of leaders emblazoned on the cover page in a country where it is suicidal to attempt taking a photo of the presidency.

DaDiceman

Kumbaboy, did you read the article at all before commenting on it. The last sentence of the article reads, and I quote:

"The University of Buea Associate Professor .........."

Nowhere in the article does it mention the author was a Governor.

Eric-Denzel

Kumbaboy is confused between Enoh Tanjong who was a former Governor and Enoh Tanjong who is a Lecture and former H.O.D for JMC university of Buea. The former Governor is not a Dr and has never lectured in a university. What can he lecture in a university, what does he know apart from corruption,violation of citizens rights, embezzlement, blackmail, lies. Which governor or former governor has time to think of writing of book, they spend all their time thinking on how to still and play "three cards" so that they can remain in power. Even if they have time to think, their heads are very empty"wata-wata". They cannot write a academic piece, all what governors can publish or have been publishing in cameroon are Banning orders,injunction orders,and other orders. administrators in cameroon are very similar whether Governors, S.D.O's,D.O, Rectors, Ministers etc. Even Njuema all what she published while she was a rector in U.B was Admission and graduation list and list of students owing fees.
kumbaboy how could you imagine or dream that a governorcould publish a nice, refined aND BEAUTIFUL piece like the above mention

Christopher Ngosong

Thanks prof Tanjong for that beautiful piece of work. More powers to your elbows so that we can be expecting more of such works of reality about mother Africa. If that book could be transformed to a reality in the brain of every African, then we can be sure that Africa would have been "born again" sooner. Once a again thank you for the eye opener and may God save Africa in Jesus' name, Amen !

JTS

There are so many "Kumbaboys" on this forum. People who react to stories even when they have not read them. I was expecting that as a gentleman, Kumbaboy would write a rejoinder apologising for his blunder. But no, there are no gentlemen on this forum.

lavoix

Prof. Tanjong's work is undoubtably a fine work of art. It would be an overstatement tosay that this text fits into every sphere of the scoiety, but more would it be an understatement if the work is not given the praise and gratitude it deserves, seeing its effect in the lives of communication & non-communication students. MORE POWER TO YOUR ELBOWS, ENOW!

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