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Monday, 28 May 2007


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Fellow Bakwerians and Cameroonians in general, it is sad to see that at this day and age we are on a downward spiral. Why do the leaders of Fako America keep playing this game of "Man know Man". We have hundreds of Bekweri Brothers and Sisters who have uplifted the Bakweri name in many ways but they do not get recognised or get an opportunity like this. Why in the world do we have to keep calling the same old faces over and over again. Pa Litumbe and Mbella Moki amongst others have been to several conventions and it's about time they instill in them the self will to sacrifice time and attend without being invited. What new ideas are they bringing that we havent heard from them before. What happened to our Queen of the mountain Sarah Etonge, or our first female pilot Njeuma? What happened to outstanding people from the Bakweri culture who are not involved in politics and are inspirational forces for the younger generation? What happened to our Prime Minister? What happened to our musical majictian Tata Kingue? Please think again before you bury Fako America!!!!!!!!!!

Fritzane Kiki HK

Mr White,
Most if not all the ethnic groups around the world, have these links to foster their cultural ties.This is just one of the many Bakweri unions around the world.If those in America donnot give credence to your list, maybe those in Europe and Asia can do.I think it's a matter of merit and per/annum award which calls for all the models of discipline to be invited.I don't think they are invitees only by default to this annual convention.Next year can be turn for those in your list.

Fritzane Kiki
Hong Kong


It is time we convert these fruitless conventions into tangible development activities back home.We have our principal town,Buea with just one road from Mile 17 to Police round about.Houses without address numbers,insufficient pipe-born water points,a city without a town hall,delapidating sports infrastructures,delapidating colonial buildings,native Fako students cannot have higher education because of poverty.When we visit home, what do we think about all these?
Mola Ebony

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