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rexon

The closure of southern cameroonian schools is a sign that we are not wanted in La republique du cameroun. We should be packing our backs to the southern cameroons.

forj

I will like to chip in, most especially to comment on rexon attitude towards serious issues raised . I wander why you always relate your aguements to the southern cameroon and the La republic divide. We all no there is a problem and there is no doubt about the fact that, the english speaking public has reseanable concerns that should be addressed . But this should not cloud your mind to be logical, and to the most part be imperical in your analysis. Let the southern cameroons problem not be the bases of your analysis, and cloud your thinking to come out with biased and unscientific judgements.

Fritzane Kiki HK


Whether or not the Francophones like it or not they are bound to learn English because of the challenges of the 21st century world. I see a Cameroon being silently bilingualised.Anglophones are no longer interested in the struggle for bilingualism in La Republique but the Francophones themselves have no choice nor alternative than to go for crazy English.Going down memory lane,francophones never even wanted to study or listen to any English word.But the reality has proven them wrong.English has been the language of business,politics and education so why should they ignore the Queens language?French has no place the world over.

Minister Bapes Bapes who is acting on the instruction from the La republique,can close all the legal and illegal English schools, but that will never have any effect on the percentage of Francophone parents who want their children to study entirely in English.I guess La Republique and its junta has not yet realised the importance of English to the education of their children alike.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

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