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You see? Can you people see what a Francophone country can do? Instead of building hospitals and supplying them with drugs, building schools, constructing roads to proof to the Bakassi brothers that the government can do much better than the Nigerian counterpart, here you go with Tassa and the foolish government instead sending golden frames to the Bakassi people.
Do we eat frames?
Can gold cure simple malaria?

This shows that if a referendum was conducted in Bakassi for the inhabitants to choose whether to join Cameroon or Nigeria, they won't have made the very mistakes our fore parents did

Do we eat frames?
Can gold cure simple malaria?

This shows that if a referendom was conducted in Bakassi for the inhabitants to choose whether to join Cameroon or Nigeria, they won't have made the very mistakes our fore parents did

 Dr. Peter Wuteh Vakunta

"He further stated that the initiative would go a long way to bring a major and lasting contribution to the struggle against corruption, through the revision of the values of patriotism, public spirit and responsible citizenship towards the national anthem."

It smacks of simple-mindedness to think that we can eradicate the endemic corruption that has become Cameroon's national emblem by handing an emblem to the people of Bakassi.

It is also extremely naive to believe that we can unite the terribly balkanized State of Cameroon by simply having people sing the nation anthem. Afterall, haven't we been singing that cacophonous song for 50 years and more? What has changed in our rotten manners? NOTHING!

The people of Bakassi are not going to be any different.They will quickly learn the ropes of corrupt practices and may even surpass everyone else. Remember, novelty is enticing.

Dr. Peter Vakunta
Professor, US Department of Defense Language Institute, California, USA

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