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Monday, 13 November 2006


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I hate when someone raises my appetite or hopes about something and then makes it so bad to grasp. This article is more than captivating, addressing a most important issue. Is it so hard for it to be well edited before it is posted?
EDITOR, can you hear me SHOUTING for some HELP here?


what are u trying to say? Were u drunk or something?

Ma Mary

Lamy has some remorse about posting his previous article. Did you come under fire from fellow la Republicans for writing your mind? Its OK, man. Nothing personal.


Ma Mary,
As smart as you are,you will surely have a look at Poubom`s name ,and you may come away with the impression that he is Bamoun ,thus he is of French expression.So those who have been asking for his writeups to be edited ,should know that you can`t edit the best you have given of yourself. Secondly, the nostalgia French speaking Cameroonians have for anything francophone,francophile ,or even of France as a country is unquestionable.We have often seen how the Bello Booubas, Ndam Njoyas would go a long with the Fru Ndis for a time ,only to huddle themselves together and accept appointments from their Francophone brothers. This volte face of Poubom`s fits into this pattern.
Anyway,even in this half-hearted articles of his, we can pick out the salient points,
so we are going to continue brainstorming on this issue.Half a cake is better than non!


If this quality of writing could feature consecutively in The Post, then one needs to start questioning its editorial policy.
Nevertheless, I do applaud the hard work of the management team to satisfy the growing anglophone readership. But I think there is still much room for improvement. The level of professionalism of The Post, to me, pales to that of Le Messenger, and La Mutation etc. This doesn't bode well for the anglophone cause.
It is time for an operational defination of `the anglophone way´ of doing things.

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