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Danny Boy

The caption should read, "Cameroonians eat paw-paw"!

rexon

"Chantal Biya's Research Centre, CIRCB,"

When was the centre created and what are the objectives of this centre? I hope Madame Chantal Biya has been generating private funds for this project and have not been stealing our money to promote it, hence her name.

Many thanks.

red flag

THIS FRENCH-AFRIECAB NEGROES ARE USELESS
THEY CANT SUPPORT OR PROMOTE ANY THING WHICH IS OF ANGLOSAXON TENNET.

I THOUGHT PROFESSOR VICTOR ANOMA NGU ALREADY INVENTED A VACINE AND DISCOVERED A CURE FOR HIV, YET HIS NAME IS NOT A HOUSE HOLD NAME IN THAT HATE-FILL MAFIA GOVERNMENT. WHAT A SHAME

Radicalbrother

Dany Boy,
You will never cease to amuse me. These people are really playing over our intelligence.
This is a clear strategy to attract more funding.IT WILL NOT WORK.Work close to Anoma Ngu who is next door to you if you are serious of what you are doing
Remember Chantal Biya squabble with Olaguena that ushered him out of the Ministry of Health.
Infact very soon they will say they have discovered a drug in fire wood and Timber so that they will be cutting down our trees
GOD WILL PUNISH ALL OF THEM

Brad

If this story is true, then let them go ahead with the investigations. If it is false, let God be the judge!

Prof Anomah Ngu has discovered his medication that i believe has helped thousands of Cameroonians who have decided to trust him. Like you all, i dnt understand why more funding isnt put into his clinic to develop the vaccine. or even to bring in foreign investors if they dnt want to do it locally! Why cant we encourage something already present instead of hoping to discover new things and spend so much money investigating them? Anomah Ngu will get his reward. God didnt impart that knowledge of the vaccine on him for nothing!

Danny Boy

Radicalbrother,
my brother, what I meant by that quip is simply this, " if the paw-paw fruit contains this chemical that can cure or retard this terrible scourge", then let the people be told to eat it. Though allergic to it, I have never heard of anyone dying from gorging on fruits!

I will be telling my people to include this in their diet. Other than fruits, there are many vegetables out there that are equally good, medicinally. The difference between herbal and modern medication is in dosage!The origin of most of our medicines is from plants.
It is said that an apple a day keeps the Doctor away; maybe we should now be saying" a slice of Paw-paw a day keeps the Medic away"
Stay healthy Brother.
Blessed be Cameroon.

A. P. GEOFREY

PAW PAW WHOA, THIS IS GREAT AND WHAT NEXT,WHY CAN'T CHANTAL AND HIS HUSBAND JUST KEEP MAKING US SUFFERING QUIETLY WITHOUT TELLING US SUCH THINGS ANY WAY I HOPE IT IS TRUE AND NOT A STRATAGY OR AN EXCUSE TO LOOT OUR MONEY AS USUAL.WHY CAN'T THESE FUNDS FOR FURTHER RESEARCH NOT BE PUT INTO PRO. NGU'S VANHIVAX TO IMPROVE IT OR MAKE SCIENTIFICALLY RECOGNISABLE AS THEY SAY IT DOES NOT WORK WHY CAMEROON WHY?

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