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njoya

Mr DO,HOW DID YOU FEEL WHEN TAKING AWAY JUDITH.SHE HAS MADE HER POINT.YOUR GOVERNMENT IS INCOMPETENT AND CORRUPT TO THE BONE.HOW ON EARTH CAN YOU AND YOUR STUPID ADMINISTRATORS NOT BE ABLE TO TELL A SINGLE TRUTH TO THIS POOR TEACHERS YOU HAVE REDUCED TO SLAVES.THESE ARE PEOPLE WHO ARE DEFYING POVERTY IN RESPONSE TO A CIVIC DUTY,SO PLEASE COVER SHAME AND TREAT THEM WITH SOME RESPECT AND DIGNITY.THEY HAVE THE RIGHT TO A PEACEFUL DEMO.IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO PAY THEM IN ADVANCE CONSIDERING THE STATE YOU HAVE REDUCED MY COUNTRY TO.I AM CONSIDERING SUICIDE RIGHT NOW; AND ,MAY BE YOU SHOULD AS WELL BECAUSE YOU AND YOUR GOVERNMENT WILL NOT HAVE IT EASY FROM MY GHOST.WHAT HAS THIS ANGLOPHONE TERETORY AND ITS INSTITUTIONS DONE TO YOU PEOPLE.YOU CAN EASILLY PROVIDE FOR BAC AND PROBATOIRE AND YET YOU CALL YOURSELVES DEMOCRATES.IM DEEPLY HURT.

Manu

C'est incroyable et même injuste de traiter les enseignants de la sorte.Il est anomral que que des personnes qui transmettent leur savoir aux jeunes Camerounais tout au long de l'année scolaire et qui en outre sacrifient une partie de leurs vacances pour corriger les copies des examens officiels ne soient pas payés rubis sur l'ongle.Déjà,ils travaillent dans des conditions extrêmement difficiles et s'il faut qu'ils soient humiliés avant de percevoir peut-être leur dû,c'est regrettable.

Njifenzt.B.D(U.K).

This salary fracas is just one in a million unsolved problems caused by the present gov't.
CPDM is failing always.

Njifenzt.B.D(U.K).

This salary fracas is just one in a million unsolved problems caused by the present gov't.
CPDM is failing always.

Ndiks

This is progress LRC style,according to Tita and ilk.So we already know that,when people take to the street to deman their rights,that hard earned monies from and alien regime who wishses to keep immiserating them without compunction,it is progress.Well done Tita and LRC masters.This is progress.Not so Tita?Progress when Colonial SNEC's principal aim is to see our people without pipe borne water even when it contruction is sponsord by the people without a message of gratitude from the Evil machine.Progress when colonial officials adress the helot with and alien language and impel them to speak that language.Progress.Tita.

Gideon

Poor teachers!
Year in year out the story seem not to be changing, while accepting the nobleness and the gentlness of the teaching profession, there is growing need to stop taking all asults. This is a second slap on the face, and if teachers only smile and stay hopeful the next may be too dangerous to bear.

What i am say is that teachers should stand up and lay rules even if it means sueing someone to court, new or old markers if the decision on the invitation is not clear about marking then teachers decision should follow, first to the school administrators wih a serious signal and warning for who ever attempts to bridge it, then to the new or old markers. The immediate consequence should be the lost of the position as a teacher even if it means sueing someone to court. This way you shall acheive control at the other end ncessary to balance the equillibrium.
\gideon sweden!

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