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Monday, 17 December 2007

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Tanyi

Oh this is good! A truly big and progressive step from the sound of it. But then why doesn't the article follow up with what its title suggests it should describe? If the Moderator inaugurates a multi media centre, say more about the centre itself and maybe less about what Mr Baboni, and the principal think. How many computers and video projectors and neo-media equiment did they buy? What magnificence did they make out of CFA20 million? Because PSS has always had a handful of computer since sometime in 2001 and from time to time they charge students good sums for classes that go as far as learning the interface of Microsoft Word. Last year alone, most classes paid about CFA 15,000 each for classes that never occured. Care to ask me how I know all this?
Tell us what they have done different this time. At least, when I rush to read the latest edition of The Post, do not repay my spirited anxiety with false touting.

Aviche

Good investment!

However, as Tanyi insinuated, the road to such investments is always linked to students (parents indirectly) being robed of large sums of money. Multiplying 1408 by 15.000frs gives 2.1075.000frs and this is definitely not the first and last year this money will be collected. It is good if this money will be used to improve on this venture but my fear is that the structures will soon break down and would not be replaced by the time a "new principal comes". This will be a new part of fees for the next so-many years.

Even the mission is not free. God bless Cameroon.

Sonbela Fomuso

1408 fr CFA is what a USD dollar cost today so let us work our behind and learn how to economize and live longer. live is better on the part of this ocean like in america and and france and we still have to make sure you go back to our farms and land in africa we the people of africa and control our destiny hand in hands.my goals ios to sell my laptop since i leave at safe havens where i can not used it.it will be beneficial for me to move and get the freedom to move on my own.

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