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Monday, 30 July 2007

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rexon

When i read that piece like some of the news items i have been reading here, i immidiately had the impression that La Republique have bought over this newspaper.

Danny Boy

It was a flawed piece of journalism, typical of this rag. The editor-a rolling stone? Come on Charly. Are you?

faarman

Thank you Bernard Sanusi for breaking this disturbing issue. Its been so tough for me as well to understand why it was breaking news.
Money speaks in Cameroon. I really wonder if this is the Charlie Ndi chai that has been molested by the same CPDM regime.

julien

I have carefully read through Mr. Sanusi's unfortunate criticism of your journalistic coverage of the 'Mbella Moki Victory'. The commentator pretended to give the impression that what constitutes 'news' or 'breaking news' are circumstances that are 'unusual'. This is a very restrictive understanding of 'news' that I beg to differ. Any developing event, either envisaged or not, either good or bad, is a likely news event. It all depends on the polity or forum. Mr. Sanusi's analysis gives the impression that your coverage of the victory of Mbella Moki over his rival would only have been worthy of being seen or referred to as 'news' had Endeley won rather than Mbella. Mr. Sanusi should refrain from using his tainted political prejudices which are unmistakenly reflected in his commentary to miseducate the public.

Danny Boy

The commentator pretended to give the impression that what constitutes 'news' or 'breaking news' are circumstances that are 'unusual'.

Julien, of course. The saying is "When a dog bites a man, that is no news, but when a man bites a dog!, that is news." Anon.

Just joking pal. I agree with your sentiments above. To add to the fun, once a sociologist wanted to know why inhabitants of this small village still went and bought the village daily. After all they knew all what was happening in the village, i.e, they made the stories.
The reply he got from those he questioned was, "we just want to make sure the Editor got his facts right!" LOL!
A happy sunday to all.

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