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Brian

More power to your elbows 'kido'.This is what embodies empowering women, rather than getting drunk on women's day!!
This is a good example of making technical education work in the Cameroonian context.How many girls your age are sitting at home compaining they have no jobs, or are on the streets prostituting themselves.
I think it is only in our beloved Cameroon that women sit back and laugh at their friends who are championing their cause.
I do commend The Post for publishing this article.Indeed I have been reading this paper online for over a year now,and while there have been interesting articles,this is the first wich has ellicited a contribution from me.
We need more of such experiences and stories to get Cameroonian youths out of the dependency syndrome they are confined to.
Kudos to the post.
Brian
Netherlands

Big Joe

Keep the spirit high and let nothing distract you.

andre fokam

This is great and inspiring.
real African woman as we like them. proud and hard working.

Andre Fokam

tayong

Hilarious
This is what the so called govt ought to encourage , harness and promote.This is what the newspapers should publish.This is what women organisation should focus on not "good sex for women" rubbish of Hon Rose Abunaw et co.

She's an example of the Cameroon we want.Both boys and girls should be encouraged to pursue careers in in lucrative careers like these.Vocational and technical education that has so far been relegated due to neo-colonial mentality be encoraged.

Hey,can this reporter help us get in touch with Immaculate? Her email please.

felix

This are the women we need to push the African continent forward.
Can I challenge all of you in this forum and especially those in the Diaspora to chip in some assistance be it financial or technical to assist this Lady established a Building firm of her own, so as to encourage others to follows.
We have been writing tons and tons in this forum, its time I belief we use this post medium and get in contact with this lady to assist her sees her Dreams Big times.

Fon

Immaculate, simply ignore those who are still ignorant.
In my city, about 45% of taxi and bus drivers are women. This will sound strange to women in Cameroon

Fritzane Kiki HK

Generally I don't see this very strange since only in African countries that girls are still lagging backwards with man-power jobs.In Cameroon there are no lady Taxi drivers,no lady truck drivers,no lady brick layer which has gone a long way to put more burden on the males.The old adage that what man can do woman can also do is really not important any longer since only lazy females will sleep and wait for her husband or boyfriends to buy X-mas dresses for her.

I hope when they(ladies)talk of equality then they should talk of every walks of life not only in competing with the husband at home by going out with many boyfriends as the man!!There should be a change of mentality amongst the females class.As for the peasants in the villages i give them credits but for those in bigger cites who turn to prostitution and illegal sex are bound to wait for tycoons to rent them houses and provide for them.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong

Bill

Imma, Good job. Do not be discouraged. You are the kind of woman that men like and you are a leader. Congrats and keep up.

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