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Monday, 24 September 2007

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Tombele

Brilliant, excellent commentary. Cameroonians please read this, print it and paste permanently in your homes, schools, businesses, offices, market squares and educate the masses and youth on your inalienable rights. Thanks Eric!!!

Tita Mofaw

I do understand the frustration of PICAM and also the relevance of their rebuttal.They should not get too upset however because as you can see the minister made that statement from an off-licence and you know how rediculous some of our governemnt officials can be, especially after spending their office time drinking.

I am not sure if he even rtemembers what he said or if he fully understands that he is a senior government official now.

Ernest

When i read the minister statement, i was shocked and even asked myself if this man knew what he just said. These are the types of people Biya like including in his government. Foreigners have alots to play in the democracy of any country because they see and tell the truth. No country can grow without foreigners and so they constitute a vital part of the progress of a country.

Kumbaboy

The minister's jungle-remark is a symptom of underlying problems - poor formation and inexperience.

Cameroon as a geographic entity was itself named by foreigners and carved by foreigners in foreign lands. Foreigners, particularly Europeans and North Americans have a key role to play in the development of the country.

The Biya Minister cannot take oversea aid on the one hand and deny the givers the right of exercising their equity on basic matters.


KB

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