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Ashwell Molaba

Interesting story the Post has there. I wonder why they had to compliment the story with a fake photo of the rising Cameroonian film maker with Samuel L. Jackson. The Jackson in that picture looks more like a wax work from Madame Tussaud's in London than anything else.


you almost spoiled the encouraging piece I was reading before I got to your comment.
Is it really a wax?
I think Ebot's achievement is more commendable than a snap shot with Samuel L. Jackson. I am dying to get a copy of 'Before the Sunrise'. Ebot, let the sky be your stepping stone.

Fritzane Kiki HK

Cameroonians will always criticise their brothers even with such an achievement which needs an applause and encouragement mostly in this rank-and-file vote of the Hollywood classicification,Ebot needs our cheers.The Bayangians no doubt are supposed to be proud for they have had a once-in-a-life time jubilation in this capacity of the award of the youngest African filmmaker who hails from Manyu.Cheers... courage to you Ebot....keep it up!!

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong


With my seemingly little knowledge of ghost photo's acquired from reality TV, i think the picture is a hoax.

In as much i acknowledge Ebot's talents, i must also say i am suspicious of this picture. Nonetheless, it is not difficult to meet these guys in the developed world as may be the case with meeting say Petit pays by an average cameroonian.


Congratulations Ebot. this is fantastic and i know late beloved mother has all the dedications. Cameroonians should learn to decease from this artititude of criticism and persimism, otherwise we will remain at the same point as we have been since 23 years.People say the you shall grow and if Ebot has wash his hands clean, why cant he eat with Samuel L jackson? in any case we have to change. Once again Congrats Ebotand thanks for making some potive-minded Cameroonians proud. Keep up.

Albert N

This is not Samuel L. Jackson but a wax copy of him. Gilbert Agbor Ebot, congratulations!

Eric Ngonji Njungwe

My regards to you Mr. Ebot and to all the fellow brothers who worked hard to realize this film. Your intuition should take you to great heights and may your star shine forever. I don’t care about your photo with whomever. What matters to me is the work you do, your courage in undertaking such a project, and your determination to realize even more. I am very proud of you because you make me proud to call myself a Cameroonian. Best of luck in your future endeavours.


Yes this is a wax figure of Jackson. I am disappointed that the young film director will try to pull off such a stunt in this age of the Internet and Google!!! Check out the following URL for the wax effigy without oue film producer!

The Post should also learn to be vigilant so that it doesn't inadvertently become a vehicle for fraud.

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