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Deracinated Africans who don't care about their roots. Do people in Manchester, Rome, Valencia etc know where Cameroon is, talk less of PWD B'da, Canon, Fovu, Tonnerre, Coton etc? We can never make progress if we keep believing the white man is a demi god.

Sorry though to the young man who lost his life and condolence to his family.

Agbor T

May his soul rest in peace. Well your pleasure at the risk of your ailing self took you away.

Reverend, how would people in Rome, Milan, Valencia or Machester know you are existing when the african champions league where people can initiate their support for african teams is not shown on Cameroon television. The European champions league games are shown for free on cameroon TV but even division 1 games in Cameroon are never made available for people to buy the images, how do you expect people to be fans of what they don't even know or even watch them play???
I think this guys are just deviating their attention to gain some pleasure and happiness from the hell of the country we call cameroon. Unfortunately this guy was a patient. I'm sure he enjoyed it though he finally lost his life in the course.


These are some of the nefarious consequences of unemployment.If these youths had jobs to preoccupy them, they will never go to such over zealous miles of risking their own lifes by exchanging blows over teams thousands of miles away who donot give a damn about their existence.



May his soul rest in perfect peace.

Some of the comments here just reek of stupidity. We have grown into a state of so much bitterness it's worrying.

What is wrong with taking some time off the stress of trying to get an education in UB to relax with mates and watch a thrilling game of football?

Is it the Cameroonian youth's fault that the PWDs and Canons can't serve up the same level of entertainment?

Would you rather have them engage in more 'dodgy' ways of destressing?

the gospel according to reverend is we should not watch european football beacause it glorifies the white man. that's absolute bollocks!

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