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Swed_Cameroonian

Congratulations mola,for speaking out loud the problems that many of the Bakweri indigins will be afraid to speak out because of the fear that they will be seen issolated by their own bothers who are or in support of SW politicians.I think its high time we keep aside excitments of been favour by the head of states and focus on the promblems that the people of Fako division face.By so doing,Buea which is the first capital of Cameroon will be given a new look that shoots its true meaning of been the first capital of the republic.
Moreso,the mile 4 Buea road is just a complet waste of money.I agree with u that contracts of these nature should be give to indigins of the areas.So that if poorly done,they will be hold responsible cos the live there and will use these facilities too.

Scofield

Thanks for coming out loud Mola. Politicians from this part of the country should bury their heads in shame for they have no legacy to pass on to their children. So called "elites" of Buea and environs have not been able to control their begging hands in front of the CPDM since 1982.
I accept with Swed for the people of Buea have not been given a fair treatment. The CPDM will deceive them with a Prime Minister who can not stand a director from Lekie. A vice chancellor to a university who looks after her family and a couple of rubber stamped positions. It may be late for your pleas Mola but write on.
Charity begins at home. South West traditional rulers should change first else your fight will end up in the corridors of failure.
Mbella Moki should stop stealing votes to stay in power as was evident in the last elections, Dorothy L.N. should accept retirement and give way for youths etc.
Great sympathy for the youths of this region as their way forward is bleak.
May the "Chariots of the gods come down from the MOUNTAIN top and kill all those who have the stumbling block to the dev't of this darling province, a seed of tourism to the nation and a center for academic excellence... to be continued.

Danny Boy

People,
for want of suitable climes, the whiteman built his stronghold in Buea! A vantange point for him to observe any intruders from the Atlantic. Note he had the technology.
He has been gone for years and we keep harping about Buea being our first capital and how it should have developed into a modern day city!
Fat chance! The terrain is not suitable and Buea will be one day covered by lava, like Pompeii before her!
I am intrigued by this statement from Scofield above,
"May the "Chariots of the gods come down from the MOUNTAIN top and kill all those who have the stumbling block to the dev't of this darling province,"
Scofield believes in this doom, yet fails to see why Buea is not suitable to be the capital of the South West Province now.

Danny Boy.

DR TAN OF CAMEROON

MR LUMA EKEMA , BEWARE OF [BUEA] JOURNALISTS.
YOU ARE SOON BECOMING PROF ASONGANYI.
LIMBE TOOK CARE OF CERTAIN ASPECT OF LIFE, THAT WOULD HAVE BENEFITTED BUEA.
BUEA WAS STRICKLY A PRESTIGIOUS BRITISH TYPE ADMINISTRATIVE TOWN FOR THE CIVIL SERVICE ELITE. RURAL AND URBAN ARE JUST WORDS [SEMANTICS ] WHICH PEOPLE WHO NEVER HAD BRAINS IN SCHOOL TO DO MEDICINE OR ENGINEERING OR SCIENCES ENDED UP GLORIFING IN COURSES LIKE LITERATURE OR JOURNALISM ECT.
ABUJA IS THE CAPITAL OF NIGERIA, IT WAS CREATED TO BE LIKE BUEA. IT,S NOT THE THE SO CALLED URBAN GHETOES LIKE KUMBA AND BAMENDA.
AUSTIN CAPITAL OF TEXAS IS NOT AS POPULATED AS HOUSTON, DALLAS, AND SANS ANTONIO.
SACRAMENTO[CAPITAL] IN CALIFORNIA IS NOT AS URBAN AS LOS ANGELES, SANS FRANCISCO, FRANCISCO, AND SAN DIEGO. SOME PROVINCES DO NOT AHVE BUEA AND LIMBE. IT YOU HAD KUMBA, LIMBA AND BUEA , AS SPECIAL URBAN CITIES , WHILE SOME HAD JUST ONE, IT WILL HAVE BEEN A DIFFERENT STORY.
I AM JEALOUS OF FAKO, SO DO OTHERS WHO HAVE FALLEN BUSH THERE. LET THE JEALOSY CONTINUE.
DR THOMPSON AKWO NTUBA MD Ph.D

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Well said oga Docta. But your doctorship becomes doubtful when you declare that those who read journalism were the less intelligent. Examples abound of people who deliberately chose journalism after thre four or five Adveance level science papers. When you come to the public to trade ideas, make sure the ideas reflect your level of intelligence too.

massamoyo

Dr. Tan Mola has brought up some petinent issues that concerns marginalisation. Instead of you calling places like Nkongsamba or Douala whose indigenes have ruin part of our land like Buea, you bring in sentimental statements by calling Kumba and Bamenda as ghettos. Dr you are a very bad person still trying to bring in divide and rule status. If SONARA was paying its taxes to Buea Rural council instead of Douala, Buea council would have been made Urban long time ago.

I can imagin if SONARA was paying its taxes but to either Kumba or Bamenda, you Dr Tan would have taken but a gun or machet to kill any Bamenda man or kumba man. Too bad for a Dr.

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