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ATS

My brother,
I was basically shuttling between my dictionary and my computer screen to grasp something. There very essence of journalism would be defeated at this pace. I wonder what Bate Bessong would say when he reads this. The grammar sef too much, bros. na wahooo!!!

Ma Mary

Strictly speaking is an opinion piece, and not reportage.

Muki StoneHall

Quite an electric piece.But would have been far more electrifying if written in more simple English.An average educated cameroonian will gain completely nothing from the piece.

vito

Just contact Ndiks or Danny boy.Its close to Ndikese.Whatever you do dont call Bate Bessong in on this one 'cause with Batebessongese you'll be shuttling between God and your computer.

vito

Kudos Azore,you've said it all;but then out of curiosity;who was it that wanted to see his picture on the walls of UB?Thanks

vito

Kudos Azore,you've said it all;but then out of curiosity;who was it that wanted to see his picture on the walls of UB?Thanks

ATS

I wonder if opinion pieces are exempted from the ordinary rules of communication or to hide information from the common man.

rexon

Opio,

I thought you were intelligent enough like several rightminded africans and Cameroonians to understand that the soo called state of Cameroun has collapsed already. it is not about to collapse but it has already collapse and has been rightly described as a failed state. It economic, social structures, politics, etc has all collapsed. So that state, whatever you think it is has already collapsed. What is remaining there is just its ruins.

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