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Monday, 28 April 2008


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Please stop this bull shit. You guys have stolen all cameroonian money and have put everyonoe on the suffering path, yet you are still finding ways to get more money. As usual in Cameroon work permit will be given through the back door. You guys have extorted billions from foreigners especially the Nigerians in the name of resident permit and nothing has been done with the money. Think of how to take out the dictator including you so that we can fix cameroon. First of all how many foreigners work in Cameroon. Are you saying that millions of cameroonians lack jobs and foreigners have jobs?. May be anglophones will have to get a work permit to work. Why are our own so called DRs so stupid. You guys drive the country crazy. Shit


Delors bro you said it all. I don,t know how many people in Cameroon have jobs


If you lack what to do with your time, then resign better than spending state money on useless tours and saying rubbish. Its really a pity for Cameroonians that after much talk you and your ministry are still planning to extort money from foreigners.PLEASE DONT SCARE FOREIGNERS AWAY.


Dear brothers and sisters,
I wonder whether this guy has not stolen enough money too to shave his chin. May be when he extorts money from these foreigners, he will do so.
This country is really an empire of shame.


Dear brothers and sisters,
I wonder whether this guy has not stolen enough money too to shave his chin.May be when he extorts money from these foreigners, he will do so.
This country is really an empire of shame


I think we Cameroonians need to go along way than just carrying empty stories and using the Cameroonians tax payers money around for nothing.
Dear Minister, I assure you that there is nothing wrong on the Foreighners working in Cameroon, What you and your Oga Biya need to do is to give Cameroon and Cameroonians what truely belongst to them.Note that Cameroonians in other countries are forrighners too, and are working on more favouralbe conditions even better than home.

Ambu Bag

I do not think they are any jobs in Cameroon.It is like asking dead people their names.All we need in Cameroon is some revolution to destroy the Biya empire.It will need more than just prayers to take Cameroon back.Oliver


In most cases a work permit naturally comes with a regularised stay without the requirement for any extra input. All the minister needs to do to prove his love for his country is to ensure that any fees paid in relation to these stays go into the government's coffers and not into his private pocket.

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