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rexon

This criminals should not be lying to us. what laws can exist in la republique that the criminal junta cannot twist?

Read

www.camerooninjustice.com

and you will understand how rules in cameroon can be frustrated.

This people should not be lying to us. Rules are made in that corrupt republic only for the poor and helpless. If you have money in la republique, no matter your crime, you cannot go to prison. You can only go to prison when the system wants to pin you down. Like the case of politicians. You can bribe anyone, go away with any crime as long as you have the money to do so. Even those who find themselves in the disastrous Kondengui are those who cant afford to bribe corrupt officials of the system. Criminals who bribe corrupt policemen on the way pass through with their stolen loot, feymen bribe officers to go away with their crimes, etc. That is la republique and we cannot deny it. The earlier we try our best to clean the place, the better.

Eric Ngonji Njungwe

Hi Renox,

I see you are very disappointed with the Cameroon judicial system as a whole. Your allegations are in most respects accurate. However, you must never resign to faith. Only you have the power to institute changes, and we must never shun any golden opportunity that comes our way. The new criminal procedure code is one of such opportunities. It is a revolutionary legislation. Regardless of its flaws, I believe it is a very good law. The fact that Cameroon is corrupt does not mean nothing can be done to address the situation. In the past there has been a lack of will deal with corruption, but I believe we are beginning to see signs of changes, no matter how slow. Please, redirect your thought towards ways of confronting the ills of the society, rather than giving up hope. There are many civil society organizations already engaged in this process including Progressive Initiative for Cameroon (PICAM) www.picam.org. Your views about how to right the wrongs of Cameroon are welcomed.

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