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Thursday, 09 October 2008

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Akume

Oh Cameroon. This poor lad lost his life because of Biya and his policies, which has rendered 95% of Cameroonians hopeless and perpetually poor, not even capable of affording for basic treatment.
In well organised societies, the government will take 100% care of such victims, but not in cameroon where those born poor under Biya, die poor, not withstanding the circumstances.
May Biyas wife and daugthers start menstrating now non-stop till they die.May Biya never sleep until he dies. The word of man is the word of God.

UnitedstatesofAfrica

This is sad! that is why Cameroon needs a low-base insurance policy so in emergencies like this, patients should receive top-notch treatment before any money is demanded.

When shall justice be served? when? Biya's children are busy getting obese from eating all that imported fast-food from France yet the people of his country are dying because of greedy doctors with patched-up degrees from Nigeria and other questionable African states with equally questionable education systems...when shall justice be served? for how long Africa? for how long?

Legima Doh

Every now and then we get disheartened by fatal victimization of one or some of ours in La Republique issues.Look how maliciously Assama was treated.The doctors knew he was fro m the southern cameroons and so demonstrated a most celebrated level of xenophobia.How would a sane doctor deny a terminally injured person who still have the potential of surviving the treatment on grounds of money?How could the so called director of the hospital, or the governor or whoever in authority not have given the immediate go ahead of treatment to this innocent youth of ours?How sad?In so doing, the officials are in connivance with the regime's plan to deprive the Southern Cameroonians of every components of life including health care.Assama may your soul rest in peace and may the lord give comfort to your family members and all aggrieved by your demise.La Republique is guilty of bloodshed of our citizens and should be ready when they shall be haunted.
Peace.
Legima Doh,
ScNc,New York

Ma Mary

Doing the same thing over and over and expecting the different results = madness so said Albert Einstein.

Same has been happening since the 1960s and 70s and somehow we expect la REpublique to change. Back then, people were shocked at the inhumanity on display in the hospitals of LRC. Then, what did we do? We got occupied and imported the same attitude to our hospitals and public institutions.

This poor boy is just one of thousands who have suffered a similar fate. He will soon be forgotten and we would still magically expect things to change.

mk the southerner

this meant that no official ever visited the victims. What a shame.

May his sole see rest in the lord.

Fon

This is just one case out of a milion that has been brought to our notice. If this special case was treated as reported, how more of those who fall sick naturally and do not have the means to treat themselves? That is how Cameroonians die on a daily basis.

It is obvious that the Assistant SDO was conneceted with this victim in one way or the other else nobody would care.
Who says the absence of war in Cameroon means the presence of peace?
This is a case that the state was supposed take total responsibility.
May Assama´s soul rest peace.

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