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What is the catch? There is always a catch. Funiba where are u?

dango  tumma

they catch is he who finance the forest owns the forest.
pure and simple, for their childrens,children,
the frenchman is doing just that, next 30 yrs, they will claim ownership. since they pay for the forest, through their corupt,power hungry freinds, they would then
be harvesting the woods at will , i mean their children, without any resistance from any camerounese,
goodnens is we ambazonians are not part of this their devilish plans.
we are an independent country.

dango  tumma

cameroun is runing day after like this not
because the people of anbazonia are happy, nor they arent ready to fight and drive these foreigners who are contuing in their long expolittion and underdevelopment, but these perpetrators are supported by armed military, police and gerdames,
the tide can only turn when 6 million people are given arms too.

Glenn Wilson

Oh my God! When does the treachery end?

In the same way that Paul Biya fights corruption, now the French are going to protect Cameroon's natural forest resources? Probably the results will be the same, Biya has driven the country into poverty, as the French will exploit the forest till desert remains. The WWF need to go and stand beside the Douala-Yaounde road and count the logging trucks that pass in 24 hours. If the French are interested in conservation they should change their laws that allow illegaly logged timber to pass their borders. They should investigate the huge 42,000 square km area of Cameroon rainforest (25% of Cmn's total rainforest) that Paul Biya gave the logging concession to his son and the former French President - Gistard D'stang. The ships are probably already queueing up in Douala for this latest bonanza. What fool would put the snake in the chicken coup to protect the eggs?

Le Cameroun c'est le Cameroun!


Europeans are never interested in the welbeing of black Africans.They will rather invest in protecting animals than us.What's the relationship between a white man and animals?

Tita Mofaw

It is surprising that the highest exporter of timber and related products in Europe is not Sweden but France.Is there a forest in France? No!
The forest is in Cameroon and now they are striving to gain full control.
I couldn't put it in any better way than Glen.France is trying to conserve the forest in the same way as Popo has been fighting corruption in Cameroon for decades.

Why should we even fool ourselve that Cameroon ows any debt to France or that France is crazy enough to cancel any debt that owed to it by an African country.

Vivre la France!!

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