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Sloppy journalism at work again? partick Mboma and Joseph Desire job were born in France, played in the junior levels of the French national team but still became star players with the lions. No one ever talkes of their "controversial" nationality. Same with Lauren, the Equato-Guinean,who grew up in Spain but played for the Lions even though all he could speak at the time was Spannish. Today, Eto'o carries a Spannish passport while Geremi has a British passport (just to name a few) but no one talks of their "controversial" nationality. And long before them, the Tokotos, the Millas, Mbidas, etc., all had french passposrts...

Mr. Mbunwe should do well to do a thorough research and publish an investigative report on Dual nationality in Cameroonian football... but I bet investigative reporting is not The Post's forte...


The Constitution of Cameroon forbids dual nationality.
This is enforced very strictly at main ports of entry in Cameroon. People's passports have been taken from them at the Douala airport for missing one stamp of entry. The rationale of such a principle in this day and age of globalization is another story of its own...

Unless there are exception to that particular clause of the constitution that some of us do not know about, it would illegal to play for the National squat with a foreign passport.

At the national level it should be considered scandalous no matter the motive involved.

...of course we are in Cameroon where the law, like a cobweb catches flies but lets crickets and bigger bugs pass through.


He also forgets to mention that Eto'o carries a Spanish passport while Geremi carries a British passport. These countries don't just hand you passports unless you apply for them. They als go with citizenship.

andre fokam

So technically, this Apoula Edel played for PWD of Kumba when he was ....14 years old!

bonjinah ekotonjoh

It means that APOULA EDEL was atleast 14 years old when he played for PWD Kumba,poor journalism again with no investigation and common sense.Franco-Cameroonian is not English,formed by Kadji Sport is also a direct translation from french-please postnewsline edit your articles.


I know of many Cameroonian abroad who because of the dual nationality problems at port of entry in Duoala have not applied for foreign passports.
I think it is time our government realises the needs of its people and allow us acquire foreign passports.
A foreign passport does not change much in the way you think about your country.


whatz the difference foriegn passport or cameroonian passport as long as they are valid and the individual causes no threat to the country who gives a shit .the law should be changed if there is a law by the way that stops someone from carrying or is in position of a dual nationality or citizenship

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