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Ngando

Hey Leocadia Bongben,

Some of us do not know what this BMP you write about actually stands for. I am thinking Bitmap format? Basic Metabolic Panel? Beep Media Player? Best Manangement Practice? Best manufacturing Practice? or perhaps Basic Multilingual Plane?

Kindly help us out here. Thank you.

red flag

IDIOTS, THERE ARE STILL TRYING TO RE-INVENT THE WHEEL. CANT YOU DUMB ASS, COPY
WHATS ALREADY WORKING WELL IN UK AND US?
OH I THOUGHT UB WAS AN ANGLOSAXON UNIV, BUT ITS A POLITICAL TOOL MENAT TO BLIND FOLD
SOUTHERN CAMEROONIANS INTO THINKING THEY TOO HAVE A UNIVERSITY, THE WORK OF BLACK-FRENCH CAMEROUNESE MAFIA CLICK COME GOVERNMENT

Kappa

Ngando,it is clear that you did not read the article coz the meaning of BMP,i.e. Bachelor,Masters,PhD, is clearly stated in many instances in the article.

Ngando

Kappa, I see that you make it quite clear here; thank you. Please read the article one more time you'd see that the meaning is not made apparent. I think we are missing some punctuation there;typo, but thank you all the same.

Ted

Our educational system should be reformed to address the numerous problems confronting us and not necessarily and blindly following the Anglo-saxon model which leads us to nowhere but to remain slaves to the west. Why do we keep copying everything from the west, depending upon their knowledge from textbooks to everything? Learning the west's system has led us to serve them rather than serving ourselves. Their system is supposed to compliment ours to perfect us. When shall we emancipate ourselves?

red flag

TED
YOU ARE WRONG,ITS THE ANGLOSAXON SYSTEM
THAT IS DMINANT AND PROVEN WORLD WIDE
THE PROBLEM IS FRENCH NEGROES CRIMINAL LIKE
PAUL BIYA WHO HATETHE BEST ANGLOSAXON SYSTEM ARE DOING ALL THEY CAN TO DESTROY IT
THROUGH THE ILLEGAL COLONIZTION OF SOUTHERN CAMEROONS, A COUNTRY WHERE A PLANE HAVENT LANDED IN 50 YEARS, BUT WHRE PLANES USE TO LAND BEFORE THE ILLEGAL OCCUPATON OF THESE BLACK FRENCH CRIMINALS , WHO ARE PROMOTING SLAVERY IN SOUTHERN CAMEOONS.
THERE WONT STOP AT NOTHING, LOOK ASTHEY ARE
CUTTING DOWN GRADE SCHOOL LEVEL TO SIX YEARS INSTEADOF SEVEN AS IS THE NORM IN THEANGLOSAXON SYSYTEM THEY MET,LOOK AT OUR COMMON LAW SYSTEMS, LOOK AT EVERY THING DEAR TO ANGLOSAXON SUTHERN CAMEROONS THESE CRIMINALS HVE DONE ALLTHEY COULD TO DESTROY. WHEN CONFREONTED, THEY WILL INVKE A PRIMITIVE LINE THATS TH WEST,
THE GERMANS, THE ENGLISH. A WHAT SOUTHERN CAMEROONS ASK IS THA YOUR CRIINALS LEAVE US ALONE ALONE. YOU MET US WITH OUR SYSTEM, YOU DONT HVE O DESTROY IT, IF YOU DONT HVE ANY THING GOOD TO OFFER, PLEASE LEAVE SOUTHERN CAMEROONS EDCAION TO SOUTHRN CAMEROONS. I MEAN THEFRENCH NEROES GOVENMENT AND PEOPLE OF CAMEROUN

Ted

Redflag,
The Anglo-saxon system of education is one of the best systems in the world but not probably the best for sub-saharan Africans but would be the best complimentary system for them. From the beginning of the existence of mankind, there had been a kind of education or the other for every people on earth. But we sub-saharan Africans went wrong from the moment we led go our own system to embrace whole heartedly a foreign system and so , we've come to remain learners of that system and never pioneers of any good thing. The system is only choking our faculty of thinking. We can't even successfully open up new areas of thought, research or development. All we have to do is to wait for the originators of the system to put out a thought, research and develop it for us to assimilate and this is the reason we are ideologically lagging behind. It's not that we are stupids per se but the point is that the system isn't a folk-based system for us. We can't identify our roots of thought with that system.

red flag

TED, THE BLACK FENCH MONSTER, YOU MUST UNDERSTAND THAT, YOU CANT HIDE ANY MORE,
THE RUBBIS YOU ARE WRITING IS READ BY PEOPLE WORLD WIDE, PEOPLE WHO CARE ABOUT
LIBERATING BRITISH SOUTHERN CAMEROONS FROM THE EVIL COLONIAL JAWS OF 11 MILLION BLACK FRENCH CAMEROUNESE LIKE YOU, BY MILITARY
MEANS. (WHEN I SAID TH ANGLOSAXON SYSTEM IS THE BEST IN TH WORLD, I WASNT AKING YOU, BUT I WAS TELLING YOU, THE WORLD INCLUDES AFRICA TOO.

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