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Tuesday, 13 November 2007


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Bravo Mr. Minister!

Be ware!The political route is longer than your instantaneous rise might make you think.It could also be full of obstacles. You will need stamina so don't get too gang ho lest you run out of steam.Why not give your consitituents the time to get to know you, to warm up to your personal characters before an all out display of material goodies. Don't give an early opportunity for your detractors to start doubting the sources of your wealth etc. etc.
It may also be necessary as you embark on what seems to be a promising career to learn to be more discrete in word and deed. So far one could say that you are a golden ring that unfortunately has been put on the CPDM pig's snout.Since it is almost impossible for that party to stay out of potopoto let's hope that you will be an exception,and continue to serve your people the way you've started. Good luck!


Dr Fuh says "the scholarship would basically go to excelling pupils/students whose parents are UNABLE to further their education".

This criterion is an opportunity for fraud by those managing Dr Fuh's scholarship programme as their immediate relatives will have an unfair access and influence on decision making. The Honorable minister must take steps to correct this loop hole.

To be fair, any scholarship scheme must adopt the Ndam Njoya principle. The winners, irrespective of parental wealth, should be established by scores in national exams (FSLC, GCE, etc.) and not local committee considerations.

Furthermore, discriminating between students on a basis other than academic excellence (e.g. parental wealth) is a blatant violation of constitiutional rights. Every citizen has an enshrined right to be treated fairly irrespective of wealth, sex, tribe, etc. This provision extends to all students in Misaje and Ako.

Nevertheless, divide and rule is a trademark of CPDM politics.


Good idea. One may also be interested to know the source of the money.


Kumbaboy: How can charity be a violation of constitutional rights? What if he had chosen to give only to his family?

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