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This is one of my happiest moments as a Southern Cameroonian. To see Southern Cameroonian kids moving to high level positions in Europe makes me highly excited and leaves me with nothing but hope. Our people should not allow their talents to be destroyed as a result of the occupation of our land. We should take advantage of the few opportunity we have. If we had our freedom, we could have been able to produce many more players like Eyong. Even in Athletics, we could produced an Usain Bolt. We have alot of talent. University of Buea have in its few years of existance have produced a significant number of practitioners and academics that have gone to achieve great things in their respective professions. Go to imperial College, Newcastle University, etc you will meet struggling Cameroonian kids who have achieved great things after working their way up the very hard way. In Glasgow University, a UB graduate came out as the best in the MSc in Finance program scoring A's in all his courses and i was very happy. It is thesame in Sweden, Finland, Norway, Germany. Our people are moving up, greatly. Lets keep working, hard of course as we are still under occupation and cannot manage our affairs properly.


It is with great joy that I learnt of such a wonderful news of Mr. Eyong Enoh's "Veron" signing to Ajax of Amsterdam. As one of the brightest and upcoming ( though established) footballers of the Southwest province, we all, do hope and pray that the wish u echoed of playing with the national team finally comes to fruition. It is in our best interest that u act as a full ambassador to the entire english speaking population of this country and to some extend fulfil the aspiration of the entire nation by representing ur people ,thereby, satisfying arguably by merit the government watchword of 'regional balance'. U will find urself under undue pressure as we all look upon you, atleast, as the lone anglophone in the 2010 world cup squad. I must admit, that, the entire anglophone Cameroon is behind you from the response and feeling I get from the motor parks, bars , idle spots around Fako when this great news was aired over the BBC, CNN and local media , most specifically print media here in Anglophone Cameroon.

We all wish you well and do accept special greetings from ur fans back home here in cameroon and most spefically here in Fako.

"I am convinced that He (God) does not play dice." Albert Einstein


Rexon, you are still preaching a gospel that has fallen on deaf ears? I di sorry you

Didn't you boast of being a PH.D student at some obscure university somewhere in the suburbs of Great Britain? your write-up does not read like something written by a PH.D is marred with childishness and void of any depth whatsover. It sounds like something a child would is, in fact, enormously laughable. I am chuckling at this very instant.

I like your dedication though, I will give you that.


Hi my good fellows, I'm a cameroonian like you, my brothers but francophone, so i apologise myself for the "fautes". I'm watching a football match and what I see a cameroonian. Eyong Enoh. I'm so pride to se a brother that I go on the net to get more informations about him. And i saw a fellow cameroonian say that he is under occupation !!! Come on men you're a cameroonian, we don't care about where you are from, we don't care if geremi is bamileke, Song bassa and so on...
We are one country CAMEROON let show to the our greatness. And as long as i can remember Tataw etaw was our great capitain in the earlies 90 and no one came to say that he was a bad one because he was our capitain PERIOD.

So let stand up my friends and no more stuff like that.

Mustafa Ozhan

Eyong also played for a very good club in Northern Cyprus.Why does he not mention that.

Mustafa Ozhan

Eyong is one of the best footballers that have come to Northern Cyprus.He played for the best team in Cyprus.Thats Magusa Turk gucu.That year we became champions also there was Jordan aswell i think he also is from Cameroon.But we also have gat players which are better then the players on the greek sidwe or what ever they are.Anorthosis, Appoel or omonia or what ever teams they got on the greek side.they got no chance against Magusa Turk Gucu.The utracrows.

joseph mack fahnbulleh

Hello my dear brothers,
my name is Edimo, Eyong Enoh has been a star from his youth,i can remember want we were playing in Tiko, Eyong Enoh used to pray for the team,and by then he was one of the smallest in the team.he use to call me Edimo becuase that was the name giving to me in Cameroun,i wish him all the best.
may the almight God protact you.

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