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Thursday, 27 November 2008

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espoir

please guys,these guys are africans.why the hell would there be given prison terms.off course that woudnt be judge.giving the circumstances of their arrival in cameroon and the setting free of the other fellow-africans on the said boot.
we shouldnt be acting hostile against our own fellow africans.give the guys an asylum status to stay in the country or do something to help the guys.sending them to jail is unwise by our authorities.

ACHA FERDINAND

its rather a sad note to hear tht africans are been sent to prison in africa because of no papers, then wht would be said to the europeans, pls the authorities of cameroon should go to Ghana and see how many of theirs are there without papers, they sit in the capital and dont knw wht is happening outside.
thts explain the constant harassment of cameroonians in other countries, done sometimes for revenge.
pls let those guys go and give them refugees status.
Capt.Ferdi (kamer)

Grass_field

Having leaved in Ghana for over 2 years I know many I mean many Cameroonians who are living there without papers. The Cameroonian authorities might want to send someone to the Maritime Academy in Accra and see how many Cameroonians they will find there and many without papers!! Remember that most of our seamen are trained there. What will happen if Ghana decides to do same to our brothers in Ghana?

I have always ask myself why Cameroon will be having diplomatic links with countries as far as Asia and not with its African neighbours. There is n Cameroon diplomatic mission in Accra which will explain why there is no Ghanaian one in Yaounde. The 2 countries stand to benefit from creating these bodies.

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