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Thursday, 14 June 2007

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Wonders shall never end in this country of ours. God,save us.

DR TAN

MANY THINGS ARE TAKEN FOR GRANTED IN CAMEROON, ESPECIALLY TWO IMPORTANT RESOURCES,
1PEOPLE
2TIME
WHY ON EARTH SHOULD THIS HAPPEN ONLY NON THE DAY OF INSTALLATION.
EVERY PROJECT HAS FOUR PHASES
1 INITIATION
2 TRANSITION
3 WORKING
4 TERMINATION .
IT WILL BE THE MOST IRRESPONSIBLE MANAGERIAL DECISION TO CHANGE LEADERSHIP SO SOON AT INITIATION PHASE.
WHAT REASONS HAVE BEEN GIVEN FOR THE SACKING OF DR EKUE.
THE ARE THINGS WHICH SHOULD NOT BE POLITICISED FOR GOODNESS SAKE.
MR OGORK IS EXPERIENCED IN MANAGEMENT, BUT LET US ALLOW OTHERS A CHANCE. IS IT POLITICS THAT HAS BROUGHT ABOUT THE HUMILIATIONS OF THE APPOINTED OFFICER. THIS THING THAT EVERY TIME THE IS AN APPOINTMENT PEOPLE LEAVE VILLAGES TO GO AND CELEBRATE IS A PROBLEM. THE THIS BE THE END OF THIS INSTALATION, LET DR EKUE BE GIVEN A CHANCE, BY ALLOWING HIM ENOUGH TIME.
GOD BLESS THE THE REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON.

Alberttaa

What a scandal? When shall Cameroonians ever learn to act right?

From the report, it is not certain who appointed the new coordinator.
If it is this particular Minister, then he should equally send an explanation to the Population of the South West, explainig this scandalous act of his.

Did he proceed to annul the said appointment as well?

Next time he should think properly before acting.

May the Good Lord forgive him.

rexon

These criminals and self-styled demi-Gods will never stop animating Southern Cameroonians and the international community with their acting. Look at what they are doing? Liars and crooks will never be ashamed of themselves. They will come up with another rhetoric that they have designed in their occultic chambers in Yaounde. All the installations and all those drummers dancers, were nonsense people animating a nonsense event. Liars and criminals, what good can they ever think?

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