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Ebonylad

So we have gone right done to the extent that ecological toilets for schools can only be done for us by neo colonialists.
What is the role of our own environmentalists or school boards?

Ebonylad

So we have gone right down to the extent that ecological toilets for schools can only be done for us by neo colonialists.
What is the role of our own environmentalists or school boards?

Ndiks

Brain drain is at work.They are fleeing abroad to where they will use the talents and develop these countries.While,do gooders will come from Paris,do the toilets and wins a good image.Is it not so?

Motua Ngjongu

Providing these toilets for our schools means better hygiene and sanitation for our children and I, for one, appreciate immensely the gesture of the city of Nantes. Improving the health of our children is paramount to improving our city and nation.

Why shouldn't "do-gooders from Paris [Nantes]" get a good image by providing the toilets? If you did the same thing wouldn't it be printed in gold type across the top page of the newspaper here? I judge people on who they are and what they do, not what their grandparents were or what their grandparents did.

Kudos to Nantes and Mr. Lifanda for this "neo-colonialist" help.

Fritzane Kiki HK

Mutua,
Don't get mad over this minor project which the governement can do but because of negligence of duty and numerous finacial misappropriations, the government is left incapable and without enough funds for such projects.Who says building toilets is inhygienic or not important for the students?The fact is most schools lack these basic facilities but the principals and headmasters prefare these minor projects to be done by the PTA whereas the huge sums of money collected from Tuition fees and other academic purposes go unaccounted for.We have no option than accept our neo-colonial masters to help us directly and not to 'hand in' this sum of money in the hands of Cameroonian embezzlers.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

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